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  • French River Education Center and Lesley University Announce a PhD Cohort Program

We are excited to announce a partnership between French River Education Center and Lesley University to offer a special FREC Cohort for their doctoral degree in Educational Leadership.
Whether you are interested in school /district leadership or increasing your capacity as a teacher-leader, this program will put you on the cutting edge of educational work in the 21st Century.
Contact Ricci Hall - rhall@frec.org or 508-987-0219 Ext 101 for more information.

  • Spring 2021 Graduate Courses and Professional Development - posting soon...

  • Winter/Spring 2021 SEI Endorsement Course Schedule has been posted..
Click the SEI Endorsement Courses link above for a complete schedule and registration forms or click here for a 1 page PDF schedule and links to the registration forms.

  • Fall 2021 SEI Pre-Registration Interest Survey

  • Are you interested in getting more information about French River? Perhaps you want to know about:
    • How to host a graduate course in your school or district
    • How to host an SEI course in your school or district
    • The benefits of French River membership
    • New Teacher Training, Induction, and Mentorship offered by the Center

         

Please click here to request more information about the wonderful opportunities offered by French River Education Center

  • Student Support Portal is Now Actived:

Find your PDP Certifcate, Course Receipts, (unoffical) Transcripts by logging into your account at: https://frec.gosignmeup.com


  • Call for Instructors

French River is now in the process of scheduling Graduate Courses for the Spring 2021 and Summer 2021 semesters. If you are interested in teaching a 36-hour graduate course, please contact Ricci Hall at 508-987-0219, Ext. 101 or email rhall@frec.org.  We are especially in need of instructors to teach courses in high school English, Math, Science, Foreign Language and Social Studies.



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