article D.D.C.’s public schools will be launching an educational resource center in the spring to help students plan their college or career.
The Center for Educational Excellence, a nonprofit educational advocacy group, is launching a platform called D.L.E.O. (for Learning Education) which is a digital platform for learning in public schools, according to a statement.
The website will provide educators with information on how to choose a public school, the best educational experience for students, the types of classes and extracurriculars available, the curriculum and resources available, and where to find scholarships and scholarships applications, the statement said.DHS Education Programs said that the center will also provide educators access to resources that include curriculum guides, tutoring services, and resources for learning.
Students will also be able to use the D.S.E.’s online learning tool to access materials that are relevant to their interests, including a guide to the best courses to take, a list of resources available for students to study, and a list for parents to share information with their children, the agency said.
This article originally appeared on Mashable.