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Aug
5
2021

STEDY Receives Cognia Accreditation

This Spring, STEDY came to the end of a two year journey in the process of accreditation. The accreditation was sought by Cognia (formerly known as AdvanceEd). Cognia works with schools and systems of all types and sizes across the globe to clearly assess the quality of your institution and to help them meet the needs of every student. Cognia provided STEDY with an explicit set of research-based standards and evidence-based criteria for accreditation and certification.

Cognia examined our entire district - its policies, programs, practices, learning conditions, and cultural context to determine how well the parts work together to carry out our vision and meet the needs of every learner. Their team interviewed staff, teachers, students, parents, community members and the governing board.

Based on the set of standards and criteria set before us, it was determined that STEDY met and exceeded the standards, thus resulting in the valuable recognition of excellence and accreditation. STEDY is gaining recognition and this accreditation validates our passion of preparing our student's for tomorrow's workforce.

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Jul
27
2021

ACED in ACTION ABEC

The Yuma ACED Project began in the spring of 2019 through a collaborative partnership with the Yuma County School Superintendent’s Office, the Southwest Technical Education District of Yuma (STEDY), ABEC, and a number of community and business partners. The Yuma ACED Project is a county wide initiative with eight middle schools participating from the Crane and Yuma Elementary School Districts.
 
The ACED offers 44 career exploration sections impacting approximately 1,500 students. Utilizing a website that integrates CommunityShare provides a method for business partners to support the modules and teachers in the classroom. The ACED also provides collaborative opportunities for local and statewide partnerships that include access to career exploration platforms, curriculum, and professional development.
 
Explore www.YumaABEC.com to learn more about this exciting work. For more information about ACED contact Deb Raeder, ABEC Vice President, by email at Debra@azbec.org or by phone at 623-512-2124.‚Äč

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Apr
8
2021

Community Health Worker Program Information Session

Join via Zoom on,

Thursday, April 22 or Friday, May 7 from 5:30-6:30 PM

https://azwestern.zoom.us/j/7822027776

 

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