When did the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation Start?

When did the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation Start?

Nine years ago, the Friday Institute launched an initiative focused on meeting the growing needs of schools and equipping educators with research-based professional development. Since then, online professional learning at the Friday Institute has served more than 76,000 educators in 50 states and more than 160 countries.

Who is the director of the Friday Institute?

The Friday Institute recently added a member to its advisory board —Juntos Senior Director, Co-Developer and Extension Specialist Diana Urieta. Nine years ago, the Friday Institute launched an initiative focused on meeting the growing needs of schools and equipping educators with research-based professional development.

What was the gift to the Friday Institute?

The MSEN program at the Friday Institute has been awarded a $20,000 gift from technology company Lenovo as part of their Black Leaders Achieving Success in Technology (BLAST) program.

How many people have attended the Friday Institute?

Since then, online professional learning at the Friday Institute has served more than 76,000 educators in 50 states and more than 160 countries. With the onset of COVID-19, the project saw a tenfold increase in participants in the spring—serving more than 25,000 participants and making 2020 the project’s most successful year of courses.

Nine years ago, the Friday Institute launched an initiative focused on meeting the growing needs of schools and equipping educators with research-based professional development. Since then, online professional learning at the Friday Institute has served more than 76,000 educators in 50 states and more than 160 countries.

The Friday Institute recently added a member to its advisory board —Juntos Senior Director, Co-Developer and Extension Specialist Diana Urieta. Nine years ago, the Friday Institute launched an initiative focused on meeting the growing needs of schools and equipping educators with research-based professional development.

The MSEN program at the Friday Institute has been awarded a $20,000 gift from technology company Lenovo as part of their Black Leaders Achieving Success in Technology (BLAST) program.

Since then, online professional learning at the Friday Institute has served more than 76,000 educators in 50 states and more than 160 countries. With the onset of COVID-19, the project saw a tenfold increase in participants in the spring—serving more than 25,000 participants and making 2020 the project’s most successful year of courses.