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Utah State Board of Education Approves MIDAS Education

The Utah State Board of Education (USBE), at its June 2, 2017 meeting, approved a five-year contract for MIDAS Education to implement a statewide Professional Development Management System.
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The Utah State Board of Education (USBE), at its June 2, 2017 meeting, approved a five-year contract for MIDAS Education to implement a statewide Professional Development Management System. MIDAS houses all data in a single, secure data model; USBE will utilize a robust permissions structure to manage educator and administrator access. PD opportunities may be delivered by the state, universities, or districts.

USBE will hold informational meetings and webinars throughout the state in August in preparation to launch the system at the start of this school year. 

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