March 26, 2021
The Cincinnati-based Partnership for Innovation in Education (PIE) recently received a RemotEDx subgrant from the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) for its case-based STEM programs that enable student learning in Cincinnati public schools and throughout the classroom in the Classrooms and in the distance should be improved in the Greater Cincinnati Region.
PIE is one of 17 nonprofit and nonprofit organizations working under the ODE’s RemotEDx initiative, bringing together remote, hybrid, and blended learning partners from across the state granted by the ODE from funds under the Ohio CARES Act US $ 150,000 will be given to schools and districts to help them improve, expand, and more effectively scale high-quality models for distance, hybrid, and mixed education delivery. The subgrants were awarded in support of organizations that work with schools to improve the remote care, teaching, and learning opportunities of Ohio’s most underserved students.
“We are honored to have received a subgrant of the ODE as part of the RemotEDx initiative. During the pandemic, we continued to develop our programs for the benefit of local students so they can acquire real professional skills and build confidence, even at a time when Many schools have had to use remote, hybrid or blended learning, we will continue to adapt and expand our programs to offer high quality STEM learning programs, regardless of where or how students study, “said Mary Welsh Schlueter, CEO of PIE and its CaseLAB and DronePreneur programs.
“We see a tremendous impact when schools and community partners work together to support students,” said state superintendent for public education, Paolo DeMaria, in an Ohio Department of Education press release about the RemotEDx subgrants. “RemotEDx is designed not only to create the conditions for these types of partnerships, but also to provide the resources necessary to make them successful.”
Visit the RemotEDx Funding Opportunities website to view the full list of winners and to learn more about the ODE’s RemotEDx initiative.