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Welcome to WAY
To change lives by creating engaging and encouraging educational opportunities for all young people.
To make every young person a hero.
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Michigan teachers and support staff may now apply for COVID-19 Grant programs. Learn more inside.
Ron Stefanski, Director of Sales and Marketing at Centric Learning, was invited to talk to J W. Marshall on the Voices of E-Learning podcast, which is presented by MarketScale. They talked about about project-based learning and its future in a blended educational system.
As we let our imagination play itself out regarding the upcoming school year, we need to ask ourselves: Are we going to see children getting a great education, or are they going to fall behind?
Centric Learning, founded by Glen Taylor and Beth Baker and developer of HERO Learning System, has been elected Top Distance and Remote Learning Solution Provider by Education Technology Insights.
WAY now has an online store with more than a hundred different products for you!
Our store, settled on Zazzle.com, has products for the WAY Program, WAY Academies and WAY Michigan. There, you can find t-shirts, hoodies, notebooks, hats, headphones, tote bags pens and pencils, and much more.
Visit zazzle.com/store/wayschools and get to know what we have to offer!
Education Views recently caught up with Beth Baker, Co-founder and Executive Director along with her co-partner Glen Taylor, both from Michigan who have been engaged with cutting edge educational models for over a decade creating WAY Online, WAY Academy, and WAY American Schools. WAY partners with local schools, parents and teachers and offer a robust, internationally accredited, project-based curriculum on their innovative cloud-based platform.
"This week the Michigan Department of Education issued guidance on how to successfully transition to online learning. Fortunately for the WAY Program, this transition has already been made", says Rich Klemm. "All the considerations outlined in the guidance are a part of our model. We pride ourselves at the WAY Program in being able to provide a quality educational experience to our students regardless of what may be going on in the world. Our primary goal is to be an adaptable option to our partnering districts while maintaining fidelity to our mission."
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