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Future Ready Schools® Announces Free Professional Development Events

FRS Institutes are free two-day professional development events designed to support the growing network of FRS professionals who are implementing personalized digital learning.
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Future Ready Schools® (FRS) Institutes are free two-day professional development events designed to support the growing network of FRS professionals who are implementing personalized digital learning.

FRS Institutes helps school leaders to build a regional network with their peers to work together in real time, get feedback, and find support to take the next steps.

FRS Institutes are for all educators regardless of the level of FRS engagement. Space is limited to one district leadership team (up to four people, including the required superintendent and technology director) and up to two individual strand participants per district. For dates and nationwide locations, visit futureready.org/frs-institutes.

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