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NEW YORK, NY, September 08, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Rethink Ed has recently been approved by the New York State Education Department as a provider of Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE). Public school educators must complete 100 hours of state approved CTLE credits; Rethink is proud to support the educators of New York in their professional learning towards delivering high quality, evidence-based instruction to every learner.
Rethink Ed offers tailored professional development support that provides educators with the guidance they need to support and meet the learning needs of students with developmental disabilities. Rethink Ed partners with school districts by assessing their needs and customizing an implementation strategy to ensure meaningful outcomes for educators and students. Through an array of on-site support, virtual and on demand courses, Rethink Ed makes quality professional
development scalable and cost effective.
CTLE certification acknowledges Rethink Ed as high quality professional development resource for New York educators, a resource that subscribers to the Rethink Ed platform have been benefitting from for years. Highly qualified educators are integral to positive and effective educational outcomes, it is imperative that the highest level of support is at their fingertips; as a newly approved sponsor, Rethink Ed looks forward to serving a growing number of educators and continuing to contribute to the success of students in New York State.
For additional information, visit http://www.rethinked.com or contact Maggie Senor at email@example.com to learn how Rethink Ed can support your district.
About Rethink Ed:
Rethink Ed combines the power of technology and research to deliver innovative, scalable and evidence-based instructional materials and supports for learners with disabilities. The comprehensive suite of tools ensures that every student develops the academic, behavioral and social/emotional skills needed to succeed in school, at work, and in life. Rethink positions educators, students, and families for success.
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