Larson Communications works exclusively with education leaders and organizations in cities and states across the country, representing reform-minded school systems, charter school organizations, education technology organizations, advocacy and research groups as well as institutions of higher education. The stories we help shape have been regularly featured in The Wall Street Journal, Good Morning America, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Atlantic, People Magazine and USA Today, among many others.
With offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles and Nashville, we are a team of inspired individuals with one common goal – to tell the most compelling stories that inspire and inform change as we guide organizations toward reaching their objectives. Our team brings over 10 decades of experience in education reform communications, storytelling, public relations, crisis communications and public advocacy to our work. Our expert strategists also serve as our tacticians, ensuring that the quality organizations with whom we work always achieve lasting results.
Larson Communications was founded by Gary Larson in 2007 after he built a career shaping the positive narrative that charter schools are part of the solution towards improving public education. With the goal of serving the best organizations offering real and impactful solutions for students, parents and teachers, Gary founded the only communications organization in the nation to specialize in education reform, Larson Communications.