DEMAREST, N.J. – Seven Bergen County schools are among the 63 in New Jersey recently recognized for implementing effective digital learning policies and practices.
The schools earned certification from Future Ready Schools – New Jersey (FRS-NJ), a program that promotes digital learning in public schools throughout the state.
"It is our mission to ensure that each and every student across the state of New Jersey is ready for his or her future—a future that requires technological knowledge and skills," said Education Commissioner Kimberley Harrington. "We launched the Future Ready Schools - New Jersey program as a road map for schools to help students meet the demands of today's technology-based economy, and I am excited that so many schools achieved certification in the first year of the program."
FRS-NJ is a partnership of the New Jersey Department of Education, New Jersey Institute of Technology and the New Jersey School Boards Association.
The Bergen County schools to earn the designation are:
- Demarest Middle School (Demarest)
- Luther Lee Emerson School (Demarest)
- Northern Valley Regional High School at Demarest
- Northern Valley Regional High School at Old Tappan
- Charles DeWolf Middle School (Old Tappan)
- Pascack Hills High School (Montvale)
- Pascack Valley High School (Hillsdale)
For more on the program, and to see the full list, CLICK HERE .
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