JFYNetWorks will recognize a group of educational innovators who have helped keep Massachusetts in the forefront of American education during the past year.
At 10:00 AM on May 30 guest speaker, Nicholas C. Donahue, President & CEO of the Nellie Mae Education Foundation will help us acknowledge this special group of innovators and guests at the Massachusetts State House. These JFYNet partners represent the vanguard of innovation in education.
Nowhere is innovation more vital than in education.In our hypercompetitive global economy, America’s success depends on the skills of its workforce; and that workforce is trained by our education system
This year's recipients
• North Shore Technical High School
• Malden High School
• Revere High School
• Knox Trail Junior High School
• Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School
• Essex Agricultural Technical High School
• Shawsheen Valley Technical High School
• MIT Office of Educational Innovation and Technology, Software Tools for Academics and Researchers
• Solution Grove
• The College Board
• Pearson Education
Each year, JFYNet Works presents awards to a select group of individuals and schools that have made significant contributions to the cause of improving student achievement.
This year, the awards are focused on innovative uses of technology in the classroom—the heart of the JFYNet program.
JFYNet has been helping schools use technology to improve student achievement since 2000. This year, the program is providing technology-enriched instruction to more than 6000 students in 28 middle schools, high schools, community colleges and community agencies in two states. JFYNet has compiled a twelve-year record of success in raising student achievement on the MCAS. In the past year, the new Accuplacer Readiness program has helped students qualify for college-level courses and avoid non-credit “developmental”
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