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Blended Learning Initiative Seeks Applicants

February 26, 2015

Logo of Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative SettingsThe Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings (CEEAS) is accepting applications from state juvenile justice agencies to participate in Unjammed 2.0, a blended learning initiative that supports schools inside juvenile secure care facilities. Unjammed 2.0 helps agencies tackle policies that prevent Internet use for educational purposes and train and equip teachers with technology-enhanced learning tools to transform school culture and improve student outcomes. Submit an expression of interest form to CEEAS by March 4, 2015.

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