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Research Milestones

Early Years of Research, 1987-90

Neogenesis, Inc. Research & Development Laboratory established * Principals had collaborated on projects for nearly two years * Focus on economic development/training research * Theory of Blackhole Economics developed * Colorado Center for Creativity concepts * Performance concepts * Telecommunications concepts and research * Learning style concepts, brain dominance research * Learning system lab testing * Marva Collins Project * Expert systems developed in concepts * First product prototypes * Sponsored International Conference on Urban Design and Rural Economic Development to bring world experts to mountain communities * Electronic art and graphic design concepts * Learning systems patents filed * IBM consulting: Project A+ * Special education consulting * Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Solutions for a $100 Million Education Deficit * Computer simulator of state special education finance process built * PABC’s Report published * Santa Fe research institute concepts and explorations * State Education Policy/Budget Simulator Built * First public and private education (K-12) demonstrations in Colorado laboratory * First administrative conference of headmasters, superintendents, principals, directors of technology * First military demonstrations * First corporate demonstration * Learning system field testing * Evaluation of electronic platforms by teachers * The National Learning Laboratory established as a private nonprofit research and development facility and endowed with public school rights to Neogenesis learning technologies and methods

Start-up Testing and Development, 1991

The National Learning Laboratory established * First funding from Neogenesis, Inc. and The Charitable and Educational Foundation of Texas * First school to do long-term retention results * Before: all students go from F to A+ on difficult task in less than 30 minutes including training time. After (5 weeks later): A — 60% of students, B — 10% of students, C — 30% of students * Expected from education literature: bell curve of students, 99% of students below 50% performance * Telephone Simulator concepts developed * Explorations of computer hardware and software industry * Learning system presented to San Marcos Telephone Company * Continuing focus on who can learn, what can be learned, what is worth learning, expectations of teachers and schools * Learning through baseball concepts developed
Development Exploration, 1992

First private school installation * Enrollment doubles in private school from time of testing to installation * First contract installed with learning machines under student management and control * First school to provide hand-held learning technology to every student in school * First public school (district-wide) demonstrations * First university athlete demonstration * First school district requests financial assistance to acquire units for every student and teacher in district * First state education agency demonstrations * First class to eliminate bell curve performance * First class to score 100% on each daily quiz * First teaching of a child who could not read * First dyslexic student * First significant improvement in test scores of middle school athletes * First literacy demonstrations and experiments * First university installation * University reports athletes improve 1.8 to 3.0 GPA in foreign language, most difficult subject * Telephony research * Second private school installation * Learning units used in fund-raising and recruitment * School of 25-35 for ten years caps enrollment grows to 150 with waiting list of 200 * First parents to finance learning technology and Neogenesis Method * Successful Adopt-a-Student program * First At-Risk Student projects in Public Schools * First transformations in student self-esteem * First juvenile detention/incarceration projects * First inner city neighborhood projects

Development/Implementation, 1993

First school to incorporate learning system into regular classroom use * First corporate sponsorship of school program * First challenge grant * First Native American cultural preservation and bilingual literacy demonstration projects * First nation to ask for grant support for entire tribe to have learning units * First school to achieve two semesters of work in two weeks * First cost/benefit analysis: Neogenesis Method takes 5% of time at 6% of cost of normal education * Twice as many students achieve scores of 85 or above on final examination relative to normal education * All students (including dyslexic, learning disabled, attention deficit disorder students) score 85% or above on English vocabulary development * First corporate training prototypes * Second public school (district-wide) demonstrations * School Board votes 7 to 0 to provide learning units for 100% of teachers and students in district * First remedial/illiteracy projects * First mental retardation training project conducted (by elementary school researcher) * First stroke rehabilitation project conducted (by elementary school researcher) * First mentally retarded group tested with excellent results and excellent retention * First public school installation * First high school vocational school installation * First children’s museum reading project * First three and four year olds learn to read at 30 new words/hour (any word they can say) * First Job Corps and job training projects * First short-term projects * First criminal justice projects * First curriculum development guidelines published * First school program breakdowns and solutions * Development of program implementation differences and individualized plans asa function of funding and implementation authority

Development Expansion, 1994

Over 5,000 successful demonstrations complete in ten states * Over 1,000 students and faculty involved in long-term projects * First research projects complete * First financial analysis complete * $500,000 in research projects in place at $35/month/student * 19 to 50 cents per hour of student usage with significant results in first hour * First acceleration study: one week to pass CLEP exam * Fire Training and EMS Applications Explored and Tested * Medical Applications Explored and Tested * Prison Applications Explored and Tested * Job Corps and Vocational Training Applications Explored and Tested * Social Skills Applications Explored and Tested * Neurotechnology Research * Private School Applications Explored and Tested * Just Say Know (TM) Education Inoculation Solutions Developed for Epidemiologic Solutions to Inner City Violence * First Research Report Developed with Program Recommendations * Hardware and Software Development Explorations * Development of Securities Applications * First Wall Street Basics Curriculum Tested * Internal Technology Corporation incorporated in Delaware as commercialization company for The Neogenesis Method * Major review of operations by accountants, attorneys, educators * Major study of telephone and literacy applications * Global literacy / education / training applications for third world development * Invitation to relocate to Research Triangle Park * Public health focus for inner city neighborhoods developed * All associated organizations relocate in electronic space * Study of The Bell Curve undertaken * First distribution organization repeats and confirms Job Corps results * Students can learn who have previously been unable to learn * Training in Texas/Colorado * Private briefing on research for former Houston Superintendent * National Learning Laboratory Newsletter covers developed and tested * Site specific service problems solved * The National Learning Laboratory Research Report developed * The Neogenesis Report developed * Initial planning for Internet Release on Web Sites completed

Internet Exploration, 1995

Job Corps implementation plan complete * Native American grant proposal developed * First Internet online releases of information tested with Starnet and education newsgroups: racism solution, recruitment solution, acceleration solution, special education solution, creativity solution * First three year school project complete * Three year project complete with university athletes * Insurance study complete on life, loss and care of prototypes * United States Patent Office awards U. S. Patent on The Neogenesis Method * Second patent pending * Statistical studies complete on three year research projects * Installations at California Business Colleges * First Demonstrations in Japan * Demonstrations in Switzerland and Canada * First successful extensive testing with ESL (English as a Second Language) students * First successful extensive testing with Asian students (Chinese, Korean, Samoan, Japanese, others) * English speaking test preparation rights in Japan under development * First charter school effort in planning with full-time certified teacher * Mid-term reports at three business colleges show students with Neogenesis methods are a grade level ahead of their peers studying same courses at same schools, sometimes with same teachers * The higher the skill level, the greater the difference Neogenesis methods make * Service problems solved * Curriculum development problems solved * New electronic platform development * First publicity on the Internet * First information systems under development for release of research data * First administrative and program management breakdowns and solution design * Support Project to substantiate research, findings, patents, service and discovery issues * Research on emotional reactions to discovery issues and paradigm shifts

Beyond The Bell Curve, 1996

Full release of research on the Internet * Full development of www.nll.com * Development of Just Say Know(TM) distribution concepts * Development of internet distribution concepts * First publications available * First availability of research prototypes to education research organizations * New scientific collaborations * Continuation of sponsored research projects * Development and testing of new platforms and products * Implementation of solutions for inner city neighborhoods * First English language acquisition solutions in Japan * First immigration product concepts * First homeschooling programs designed * First stand-alone licensed products for specific applications * Release for testing of Second Generation Products * Concepts of movement intelligence developed * Development of solutions for incarcerated teenagers with short detention stays * Extensive vocational training studies * Research on brain studies, attention, neurology * Patent and legal briefings * Australian explorations for the education of aboriginal populations * Explorations of second and third generation training and research results * Explorations of age — head start and elderly populations * Explorations of race concluded * Research on attention deficit disorder * Research on inner city populations * First medical school briefings * Documentation of implications for cities, corporations, military and international development * Research on satellite delivery and Iridium project for third world development * Research on learning problems related to environmental toxicity

Paradigm Shifts, 1997

Conversion of www.nll.com to www.know.org * Extensive research studies with inner city middle schools with 160 low-performing lower socioeconomic students * Studies included issues of inner cities as related to race, poverty, immigration, environmental hazards, medical and psychiatric treatment * Exploration of connection between perceived negative student attitudes and rate of information stimulation required for learning * Revision of www.know.org for publication of scientific abstracts, articles * Sociological study of all NLL projects undertaken to recommend program implementation * Study of flourescent lighting perceptions as screening test for learning disability * Demonstration project at papermill site with substantial environmental hazards to specific neighborhood schools * Pilot project at site in close proximity to oil refineries * Exploration of legal issues related to implemenation of new solutions for learning * Documentation of public health issues related to education, including social attitudes and violence * Explorations with Research Department of Medical School for collaborative projects * Teacher Training Project * Research on cognitive deficits from coal combustion, mining, metal (lead, mercury) toxicity, air and water pollution * Design of positive solutions for lifetime learning in toxic environments * Pilot projects on welfare-to-work programs * Development of self-employment solutions for welfare to work participants * Welfare-to-poverty analysis, development of concepts and solutions for welfare to poverty and indigent health care * Research on kudzu as an economic development solution * Explorations in private K-6 programs * Exploration of relationship between learning speed required for students and corporal punishment administered by schools * Further development of concepts and solutions for students with movement intelligence * Study of a pair of twins separated by teachers, one in sixth grade, one in eight grade in inner city school * Publication of Farewell Welfare, a report on The Neogenesis Method and Welfare-to-Work programs * Publication on the internet of a film from welfare-to-work project showing self-esteem transformation * Research on Israeli distribution and development * Testing of youngest incarcerated murderer in Texas Department of Corrections

Beyond The Nation At Risk, 1998

Research on the effective teaching of low IQ students * Sociological study of paradigm shift issues related to a decade of discoveries complete and published on internet * Design of publications on Decade of Discovery, Attention — without deficits and disorder * Top research findings with new and unusual results or belief change converted into a deck of cards for briefings and teacher training * Further research on attention deficit disorder and non-drug methods for learning success * Design of solutions for hospitalized children with short stays * Design of Limecreek Attention Center (www.limecreek.org) * Development of education solutions for lead poisoned children and adults * Lead toxicity pilot project with students with high blood lead levels * Research with head injured adults * Design of concepts for head injury rehabilitation 10-15 years post injury * Comparison of two students sixty IQ points apart, achieving at same levels * Development of new code and products for web delivery * Design of JNLL, The Journal of The National Learning Laboratory, scientific abstracts * Design of corporate training products * Development of movement intelligence solutions * Invited participation in The World Bank Think Tank on Paradigm for a Learning Society * Development of concepts for satellite and telephone delivery * Relocation of the laboratory * Electronic publication and distribution concepts developed * Exploration of oil community drop-outs * Exploration of The Neogenesis Method delivered by videotape * Definition by technical specifications of a learning beeper for telephone and satellite use * Study by failing students using multiple learning prototypes simultaneously to achieve pleasureable accelerated learning rates * Closing of physical laboratory * Opening of virtual laboratory * Research on Brain Injury Rehabilitation over ten years after the date of injury

Mission Achieved, Wrap-Up, 1999

Publication of A Learning Society * Publication of Brain Injury Rehabilitation Projects * First public announcements of research findings * First testing of literacy products * Development of JNLL, The Journal of The National Learning Laboratory, scientific abstracts and research studies available online * Development and testing of corporate training products * Development of OneHour(TM) learning products * Development and Testing of OneDay(TM) Bilingual products * Report on culturally appropriate curricula * Transfer of research findings to corporate, military and international environments * Research briefings for institutional researchers * Testing and certification of licensed third party products using The Neogenesis Method * Publications and CDs include web site, learning products, curriculum * Development of electronic information systems * Documentation of research process * Development of clear statements of what NLL believes, what it knows and what it can prove