Successful acquisition of language skills requires an educational philosophy that embraces positive reinforcement and clear guidance. With this in mind, I have designed the educational blueprint of William Language School to enable students not only to succeed in their public school English classes, but also to be successful abroad, whether in further study or traveling.

Does "with this in mind" in the above refer to "therefore" or something else? Thanks.
It's like 'considering this', 'thinking about this'.

'I was thinking about this while I designed . . . '

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Hi. To some extent, yes. I'd say he implied he kept this in his mind, he took it into consideration and developed blueprint..
Yes, "with this in mind" can be replaced by "therefore". The educational blueprint of William Language School was designed so that it follows the philosophy of positive reinforcement and clear guidance in education.