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Education K-12

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Mon
13
Aug

New Rutgers Off Campus Programs Facility to Open at Atlantic Cape Community College

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Rutgers University’s 22,000-square-foot Mays Landing facility, a reflection of the success of the Off Campus degree program at Atlantic Cape Community College, is slated to open this Fall. The new building positions Rutgers to accommodate increasing regional demand for programs that enable working adults to continue their education close to home.

Designed to enhance the Rutgers student experience, the $7.5 million, two-story structure will house 11 classrooms, a 20-seat computer lab, student lounges, meeting space, and offices. The new educational facility is located on Atlantic Cape’s picturesque, 537-acre campus, nestled in the New Jersey Pinelands on Black Horse Pike (U.S. Route 322).

The ceremonial ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held in late September.

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Thu
21
Jun

Master Teacher Institute in Holocaust Education at Rutgers offers free professional development courses for New Jersey teachers

New Jersey middle and high school teachers are invited to apply to the Master Teacher Institute (MTI) in Holocaust Education, which is based on Rutgers’ New Brunswick campus. New courses begin in September 2012.

An advanced training program, the MTI is designed to develop expert teachers in Holocaust studies who will serve as resource providers in their schools, districts, and communities. The MTI is sponsored by the Herbert and Leonard Littman Families Holocaust Resource Center of Rutgers’ Allen and Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life.

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Wed
29
Feb

Educators: Study Collaboration and Dynamic Mathematics this Fall

Would you like to learn dynamic mathematics software? Promote student collaboration and problem solving? Take an online course?

If you answered “yes” to the above questions, then the Rutgers-Newark Department of Urban Education’s Collaboration and Dynamic Mathematics in Middle and High Schools course is right for you. This three-credit, online graduate class is being offered for the Fall 2012 semester.

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