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ASU Preparatory Academy Joins the 2021-2022 League of Innovative Schools Cohort

As a school committed to innovation, ASU Preparatory Academy is proud to announce it was one of 37 districts across the U.S. selected to join the ranks of the 2021-2022 League of Innovative Schools cohort.  The League of Innovative Schools cohort is a nationwide network of educators launched in 2011 by the U.S. Department of Education. It exists to connect and support the most forward-thinking leaders, groundbreakers, and early adopters in education. Each year, districts from across the country apply to be a part of this exclusive cohort, which focuses...
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Building a Virtual Program? Use These Strategies to Keep Funding in Your District.

If you’re in charge of building or planning for a virtual program in your district, you know the state policy decisions, funding idiosyncrasies, and sheer number of options are enough to make anyone’s head spin. “Every state is so unique in the way that they provide funding,” says Teresa King,...
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What our ASU Prep Principals Learned About Leadership During the Pandemic.

National School Principals Month Passionate. Supportive. Inspirational. These are just a few of the words we heard from students, faculty, and staff about our hardworking team of principals. Each October, National School Principals Month is a chance for us to recognize their commitment, excellence, and leadership. It’s also an opportunity...
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Quarantine Disruptions? How to Evaluate Your School’s Learning Continuity Strategy.

The 2021-2022 school year is off to a challenging start. Tens of thousands of students across the country are facing quarantine after exposure to the highly contagious delta variant of coronavirus. Many thought this school year would bring a return to normalcy. Instead, it has left many schools and districts...
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Learning Under Quarantine

This podcast is from Getting Smart. Key Points Students need access to high quality online options, no matter where they are or the state of the world.  Universities should be asking themselves what assets they can bring to their learners at whatever stage they are at in their learning journey. ...
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Utah School Partnerships Provide Model for Expanding Educational Opportunities

Blended Model and Concurrent College Credit Courses Offer Advanced Options for Utah Students Article originally published on eschoolnews.com UTAH and ARIZONA – Education changes lives. Yet for a multitude of reasons, not all students have equal access to quality learning. It is a challenge that former Utah State Senator Howard...
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What is Blended Learning?

Education is not one size fits all. This is why educators are constantly looking for ways to better engage and serve their students. While the idea of personalized learning isn’t a new concept, it has become more popular as educators determine how to implement it. And one of the best...
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