Arizona State University has named virtual-learning visionary, Julie Young, Deputy Vice President and CEO of ASU Prep Digital High School.
ASU is continuing to expand its innovations in education to its Pre-K-12 charter schools. Young will lead and launch the newest ASU Prep school, ASU Prep Digital.
ASU Prep Digital aims to present the greatest opportunity to provide a premium, customized, educational experience in a technology-enabled learning environment that prepares youth for the changing global workforce landscape. With opportunities to enroll as a full-time student or take supplemental college-going courses, ASU Prep Digital will deploy an entrepreneurial approach to provide an integrated, international educational experience from high school into university courses. ASU Prep Digital High School is enrolling students now, with classes beginning August 1.
Young is the founding President and CEO of Florida Virtual School (FLVS ®), established in 1997 as the world’s first virtual statewide school district. Under Young’s leadership, FLVS grew from 77 students in Florida to more than two million students in 50 states and 67 countries, and has emerged among the nation’s largest and most influential K-12 online education providers.
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