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Technology Centers That Work (TCTW) Implementation Grants Available

A competitive Invitation for Grant Applications (IGA) is currently open seeking to secure new grant recipients for the implementation of Technology Centers That Work (TCTW).  Eligible applicants are public shared-time area career centers wishing to implement TCTW as a stand-alone school improvement model, or in partnership with a "feeder" public comprehensive high school which would begin implementation of High Schools That Work and/or public middle school which would implement Making Middle Grades Work

 

TCTW Invitation for Grant Awards  

The deadline for receipt of proposals to this IGA is 1:00 pm, Friday, May 16, 2014.

 

Full execution of any and all grant awards made as a result of the IGA process is contingent upon continued availability of funding.

 

HSTW/MMGW/TCTW Online Newsletters of Best Practices

High Schools That Work is pleased to announce a series of newsletters highlighting best practices. These newsletters contain information about successful actions schools across the nation are taking to join hands-on and heads-on learning in ways that increase student motivation and achievement.

Topics include lessons learned from students and teachers at multiple-pathways schools; strategies for reorganizing schools into small learning communities and career academies; how schools are combining academic and career/technical studies through real-world projects; designing a freshman academy; and establishing career academies for middle grades students.

Visit the SREB Web site to download the Best Practices Newsletter at www.sreb.org.

If you would like to add anyone to our announcement list about the newsletters, please send names, titles, schools, locations and e-mail addresses to Leonard Wandu at leonard.wandu@sreb.org. If you do not want to receive further announcements, please notify Leonard.


 

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