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Universities have a unique opportunity to partner with school districts to deliver pre-college online learning programs to students. By working together, universities and school districts can provide students with access to high-quality educational resources and opportunities that they may not otherwise have. Here are a few ways that universities can engage with school districts to deliver pre-college online learning programs:
Universities can work with school districts to develop joint programs that are tailored to the needs of the students in the district. These programs can include online courses, workshops, and other resources that are designed to help students prepare for college and beyond. Take Washington University and two St. Louis schools districts for example – they’re partnering to improve the academic performance and overall learning environment for students in the Transformational Leadership Initiative .
Universities can also provide professional development opportunities for teachers and administrators in the school district. This can include online workshops, webinars, and other resources that are designed to help educators stay up-to-date on the latest teaching methods and technologies. One example is the Harvard Graduate School of Education – that developed and redesigned their online learning programs to meet the critical needs of educators at present .
Universities can offer college readiness resources to students in the school district, such as information about the college application process, financial aid, and other important topics. This can help students better understand the steps they need to take to prepare for college and make informed decisions about their education.
Universities can also partner with school districts on research and development projects. This can include studying the effectiveness of different teaching methods and technologies, as well as developing new resources and programs that can be used in the classroom.
Universities can also provide mentorship and internship opportunities for students in the school district. This can help students gain real-world experience and gain a better understanding of what it's like to work in a particular field.
By working together, universities and school districts can provide students with access to high-quality educational resources and opportunities that they may not otherwise have. This can help students better prepare for college and beyond, and ultimately lead to better outcomes for everyone involved.
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