Edison High School in Yonkers, New York, was one of the first to offer online courses to the public.
But when the school shuttered in 2011, students had to find a new place to study.
Now, with a new, $6 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Edison has partnered with the New York City-based nonprofit Startup New York to help students in the region find a way to learn and stay in school.
“I don’t know if you’ve seen the news, but Edison was one a lot of kids didn’t even know existed,” said Noah Turetsky, who’s studying economics at Edison.
The foundation provided $500,000 in grants to Edison for the startup accelerator program, and it’s also helping to create the Edison Education Program, which will give Edison students more access to technology.
A lot of people are surprised to see what a great deal of energy and energy and dedication has gone into Edison, Turetsky said.
This is not a small community school.
The students are coming from across the country, from all over the world.
They have incredible connections.
We’re building the foundation to have a network of people that can go in and make sure that Edison does what it needs to do in the next generation.
I think it’s going to be very hard to duplicate,” said Bill Gates, who founded the foundation in 1996.
When the school was built, the district only had three schools with the kind of resources that Edisons have.
Turetsky said that he is the only student at Edisons math and science program.
He has been taking calculus since high school and is planning to pursue a career in science.
He’s a huge supporter of technology and technology innovation.
Students at Edies program are expected to take classes in a virtual classroom, learn to code and use social media to share information.
They’ll also learn about tech trends and how to develop products for their businesses.
“This gives us a chance to expand beyond Edisons. “
We were lucky to get the money,” he said.
We can see the impact of this.” “
It’s going through the doors of Edison now.
We can see the impact of this.”
It took the Edisons School of Arts and Sciences about four years to build the digital classroom, Teretsky said.
They also had to build a program for the arts and sciences, which takes about two to three years to develop, Smith said.
The first class took place in January.
Edisons students can expect to be able to learn online in about a month, according to Turettsky.
The program will start in January, and will be available to students in grades 6-12.