It is an honor for the EAST Initiative to be the feature of the most recent policy brief by the University of Arkansas’ Office of Education Policy (OEP). For our model of education to be highlighted by the largest institute of higher education in Arkansas is quite a testament to the successes that EAST schools and students have demonstrated using that model. On the heels of our best showcase of the power of EAST, Conference 2014, we are proud to see others want to showcase their work as well.
I’m personally excited to be a speaker at the Annual OEP Conference May 15, 2014 at the Clinton Center in Little Rock. I hope to see you there.
Our policy brief describes the EAST model in more detail, including the newest addition to the EAST family, EAST Core, which is a part of Governor Beebe’s STEM Works Initiative and integrates the EAST model into core high school classes such as biology, geometry and chemistry. Furthermore, our policy brief highlights EAST programs…
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