Centric Learning, founder of HERO Learning System, was recognized by CIOReview Magazine as one of the 10 Most Promising K-12 Technology Consulting/Service Companies of 2019.
The Superintendent of the WAY Academies, Madeline Black, made a speech yesterday during a press conference organized to express the unhappiness about Governor Gretchen Whitmer veto of the $240 increase in per-pupil funding for charter schools. "That fact is 50% of these students reside in the cities of Flint and Detroit, and these communities struggle with high levels of poverty", she said.
Beth Baker, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of the WAY Program and Centric Learning Systems, was elected Crain's 2019 Notable Woman in Education Leadership. The nominees were selected by a team of Crain’s Detroit Business editors based on their career accomplishments, track record of success in the field, contributions to their community and mentorship of others.
AI/Artificial Intelligence is coming to your school and campus soon, if not already. Are you ready for this technological change? We may not know the specifics today of how AI will change our future. But we DO know it will be significant. There is still time to prepare our schools, colleges, and universities for the inevitable changes that AI will bring.
W-A-Y has published the new book "Education That Works" to tell the story of a transformational approach to secondary education. Available now at Amazon.
Congratulations to the graduates at the WAY Watervliet program!
AdvancEd renewed WAY's accreditation for another five years!
WAY partners with a non-profit organization educating students in automotive technology, welding, machining, and other programs.