From: Vermont Information Technology Association for the Advancement of
Learning [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Claudine Keenan
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2001 9:51 PM
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Subject: Online Professional Development for Teachers
Please feel free to pass this along to any of your colleagues who might
be interested. Vermont-based students in this program would also have
access to our state-of-the-art technology center facility, detailed on
The Graduate Center of Marlboro College is pleased to announce a brand
new, wholly-online professional development program for educators who
would like to earn 12 graduate credits while learning more about using
technology in the classroom.
Graduate students interested the program are now eligible for federal
financial aid, under a special waiver granted to Marlboro College from
the Department of Education's Distance Education Demonstration Program.
(see http://www.ed.gov/PressReleases/06-2001/06252001.html for more
A few spaces are still available for the yearlong program that starts on
October 15, 2001, and applications for the program that will start on
January 15, 2002 will be accepted until December 31, 2001.
The Graduate Center of Marlboro College was founded in Brattleboro in
1997 to prepare leaders for a world online and has received continued
national media coverage (see
http://www.gradcenter.marlboro.edu/about/about_press.html) The Graduate
Center is fully accredited by NEASC and is approved by the Department of
Education and the Veteran's Administration.
For more information and an online application, please visit our website
If you have any questions about this or any of our graduate programs,
please contact our Admissions Office at 888-258-5665 ext 206 or email
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