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08/11/2020
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ASU launches virtual teacher institute

Educators in Arizona will have access to new professional development training through a new program from Arizona State University. The new program, called the Arizona Virtual Teacher Institute, is designed to support educators as they adjust to the challenges of starting a school year during a pandemic. “At present, it is unlikely that any Arizona school community will be in a position to begin the new school year in the traditional, in-person, on-campus setting,” said Kathy Hoffman, Arizona State’s superintendent of public instruction. Betsy Foresman has the details.


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Improving STEM access in Illinois

The Illinois Department of Innovation and Technology launched a new website last week serving as a central portal for all things STEM. The new website provides information on events, news and resources for students of all ages — K-12 through higher education — including career exploration opportunities for students and professional development for educators. Organizers said the new portal is an effort to build a statewide community of organizations involved in science and technology education programs. Get the full story.


An alternative for entering freshmen

For college freshman seeking an alternative to enrolling at a traditional university during the pandemic, the higher education company Verto Education last week announced the launch of a new program that will blend online and in-person learning. Called the Global Impact Year, the program was created as a low-cost response to changing demands from college students enrolling in online classes at traditional universities. According to a recent survey, more than 90% of students do not want to pay full tuition for an online semester. Betsy has more.


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