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WAY American School partners with international private schools to provide students an American High School Diploma program. Currently, WAY American School operates in China and Brazil.

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WAY China student gets accepted into Boston University

One of WAY American School students from China has just been accepted to study at Boston University, one of the top 100 universities in the world. Yizhou Chen (Joe) is a high school student at Jurong Country Garden School, in the province of Jiangsu, and is very excited about going to the United States. Katelyn Gibilterra, our English Language Arts teacher in China, interviewed Joe to understand a little more about the application process and what are his expectations about going to America. You can watch it here.

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Glen Taylor, co-founder of WAY, receives Upton Sinclair Award

Glen Taylor, co-founder of WAY Program, WAY American School and Centric Learning, received the Upton Sinclair Award.

The award acknowledges individuals who have made great contributions to education. "This year we are proud to recognize and acknowledge a number of scholars, writers, theoreticians and other researchers who have contributed to the field of education", wrote Michael F Shaughnessy, Senior Columnist of EducationViews. "Every year, we pause at this time to reflect on certain individuals who, like Upton Sinclair, have made an impact on either education or their chosen field of endeavor."

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Superintendent of the WAY Academies talks about veto of per-pupil funding increase

The Superintendent of the WAY Academies, Madeline Black, made a speech yesterday during a press conference organized to express the unhappiness about Governor Gretchen Whitmer veto of the $240 increase in per-pupil funding for charter schools. "That fact is 50% of these students reside in the cities of Flint and Detroit, and these communities struggle with high levels of poverty", she said.

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Tom Watkins talks about WAY American School and the importance of education for the world

Tom Watkins, Business Partner of WAY American School in China, was recently interviewed by website EdNews, when he gave his take on the state education today.

During the interview, he also talked about WAY American School and how its presence in China gives new and exiting opportunities to Chinese students who want an American high school diploma and dream about studying and working abroad.

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Beth Baker is elected Crain's 2019 Notable Woman in Education Leadership

Beth Baker, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of the WAY Program and Centric Learning Systems, was elected Crain's 2019 Notable Woman in Education Leadership. The nominees were selected by a team of Crain’s Detroit Business editors based on their career accomplishments, track record of success in the field, contributions to their community and mentorship of others.

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