Bethel-Tate School District Receives Grant To Help Students Succeed
I just heard about some great news for students in Bethel. Their Bethel-Tate School District received a $526,000 grant from the Ohio Department of Education recently to give teachers tools that will help them help young people succeed.
One of the goals for the grant is to allow high school students to earn college credits by enrolling in college-level classes in their school.
According to the Cincinnati Enquirer report, Bethel-Tate wants to use the money for:
- Giving teachers advanced college degrees so they can teach high-school students college-level classes.
- Teachers to be trained to better teach technology.
- A learning lab at the high school where teachers can use the Internet to teach students, who can sign on wherever they are.