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MEMBER DISTRICTS

DeSoto

Dr. Karyn Gary,
Superintendent
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Glades

Scott Bass,
Superintendent
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Hardee

David Durastanti,
Superintendent
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Hendry

Paul Puletti,
Superintendent
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Highlands

Wally Cox,
Superintendent
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Okeechobee

Ken Kenworthy,
Superintendent
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Heartland Educational Consortium is a regional, non-profit, educational service agency founded in 1996 to provide cooperative services to member districts in central rural Florida. The organization is dedicated to assisting member districts in achieving their goals and objectives through sharing ideas and resources to enhance the delivery of programs and services.

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  • Advancement Via Individual Determination
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NOTICES

Math/Science Partnership Grant

FCR-STEMLearn/HEC STEM Initiative 2015-16

Heartland Educational Consortium is partnering with FCR-STEM at FSU to offer six different Integrated STEM Summer Institutes around the state. Two are offered here at the consortium: Geometry and Diversity & Ecology, while others are offered in Orlando, Pembroke Pines, or Jacksonville.

Registration is now open to Instructional Coaches in addition to Secondary Math & Science Teachers!

More information - Updated 2/10/16

Apply at http://sw.fcr-stemlearn.org/
Assignment is on a first-come, first-served basis

Math Professional Development Opportunity

CPALMS Model Eliciting Activity Workshop

Heartland Educational Consortium is partnering with CPALMS to offer a one-day workshop for Grades 6-12 Math and Science teachers on developing Model Eliciting Activities.

More information

Apply here if interested
Assignment is on a first-come, first-served basis


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