Our Mission

To equip high school students with reasoning skills that cross academic disciplines by providing methods and opportunities for deliberate practice.

Our Vision

That every high school graduate is an equipped and effective thinker who
. . . articulates his or her own views and arguments clearly.
. . . thoughtfully engages the views of others.
. . . applies well-honed reasoning skills to problem solving.

About Us

We are a group of secondary educators and scholars united by a desire to enrich the educational experience of high school students by exposing them to new ways of thinking. We founded ThinkerAnalytix in 2014 with a vision of providing opportunities for high school students to engage in thoughtful debate about ethical and political issues. However, we quickly discovered that most students lack effective tools for evaluating other people’s arguments and defending their own views. Our team began to address this gap through our programs and partnerships. The popularity of our offerings and our students’ retention and application of our course materials convinced us that we needed to make our reasoning tools available to a broader range of students. So began our reasoning revolution.

Our Mission

To equip high school students with reasoning skills that cross academic disciplines by providing methods and opportunities for deliberate practice.

Our Vision

That every high school graduate is an equipped and effective thinker who
. . . articulates his or her own views and arguments clearly.
. . . thoughtfully engages the views of others.
. . . applies well-honed reasoning skills to problem solving.

About Us

We are a group of secondary educators and scholars united by a desire to enrich the educational experience of high school students by exposing them to new ways of thinking. We founded ThinkerAnalytix in 2014 with a vision of providing opportunities for high school students to engage in thoughtful debate about ethical and political issues. However, we quickly discovered that most students lack effective tools for evaluating other people’s arguments and defending their own views. Our team began to address this gap through our programs and partnerships. The popularity of our offerings and our students’ retention and application of our course materials convinced us that we needed to make our reasoning tools available to a broader range of students. So began our reasoning revolution.