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1 Beacon Street
Boston, MA, 02108
United States

617-725-0000

ANet is a nonprofit dedicated to the premise that every child in America deserves an excellent education and the opportunities it provides. We pursue our vision of educational equality in America by helping schools boost student learning with great teaching that is grounded in standards, informed by data, and built on the successful practices of educators around the country.

New Jersey

Achievement Network works with 12 schools in New Jersey and Philadelphia, including the Camden City School District. For more information about the New Jersey network, please contact Executive Director Gwen Stephens or call 917-202-6362.


Our partner schools

  • Camden City School District
  • College Achieve Central Charter School
  • College Achieve Greater Asbury Park Charter School
  • College Achieve Paterson Charter School
  • Great Oaks Legacy Downtown Charter School
  • Great Oaks Legacy Charter School
  • Great Oaks Legacy Charter High School
  • Marion P. Thomas High School of Culinary & Performing Arts
  • Paul Robeson Charter School
  • People for People Charter School
  • Robert Treat Academy Charter School
  • Roseville Community Charter School
  • Queen City Academy Charter School

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In her more than 25 years in education in New York and New Jersey, Gwen has been a classroom teacher, charter school principal, leadership coach, and most recently a managing director at ROADS Charter High Schools. She has worked at the Newark Charter School Fund, the Urban Teaching Corps, New Leaders for New Schools, and the New York City Department of Education. She also received a Cahn Fellowship for Distinguished Principals from  Teachers College, Columbia University. Gwen attended Long Island University and earned Master's degrees from Bank Street College and Baruch College.