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Blended Learning Initiative Seeks Applicants

January 24, 2014

CCEASThe Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings (CEEAS) is accepting applications from state juvenile justice agencies to participate in its Blended Learning Initiative, designed exclusively for schools operating inside long-term secure facilities. The Annie E. Casey Foundation will provide startup funds. This initiative integrates technology-enhanced learning tools in youth facilities to increase student engagement and improve student achievement in math and language arts. CEEAS will choose as many as four state agencies for the 12-month project, which will kick off with a technology camp this summer and will include ongoing support and technical assistance.

Resources:

E-mail to participate in a CEEAS Webinar/call-in on January 29, 2014, at 11 a.m. ET, to learn how to apply or go online for information and submit an application by February 7, 2014.