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East-West School in New York City Adopts Online Professional Development

New York City’s East-West School of International Studies, located in New York City, has partnered with Teq for its online professional development for teachers.
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New York City’s East-West School of International Studies, located in New York City, has partnered with Teq for its online professional development for teachers. A public school serving grades 6-12 in Flushing, New York, the East-West School of International studies comprises 50 teachers serving some 670 students. 

Teq worked with Abi Korman and East-West School to create a flexible, online PD program, which included courses in how to maximize learning using its new 6065 SMART Boards. All information and resources are available to teachers online anytime. 

“With online professional development provided by Teq, our teachers don’t have to miss classroom time to take PD classes off site, an these online classes help them stay up to date on the latest technologies,” said Abi Corbin, East-West School’s business manager. 

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