Illuminate Education Partners With ASCD on Professional Development

Leading education company teams up with professional learning organization to enrich teacher training opportunities

To ensure educators have access to high-quality training and resources, Illuminate Education, a leading K-12 student performance solution, is partnering with ASCD to enrich its professional development library. Through this partnership, Illuminate will expand its CaseNEX professional development course offerings with resources from ASCD, such as the ASCD Activate Professional Learning Library.

“Illuminate Education is proud to partner with ASCD, a renowned educational leadership association, to enrich our professional development library and provide additional value to our district partners,” said Christine Willig, CEO at Illuminate Education. “We are eager to collaborate with ASCD to find new and innovative ways to support educators everywhere.”

CaseNEX offers professional development opportunities for educators to enhance their skills, maintain certifications and earn university credits. Courses are delivered online and asynchronously to allow maximum flexibility. Educators can access CaseNEX-ASCD courses starting in 2021.

“ASCD is excited to support Illuminate Education’s mission by extending relevant professional learning opportunities to its partners,” said Ranjit Sidhu, CEO and Executive Director at ASCD. “We look forward to working alongside Illuminate to empower teachers to serve the whole child.”

ASCD helps educators around the globe navigate changing environments by increasing their knowledge, enhancing their skills, and helping them stay motivated and connected to other educators.

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