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PURSUE HIGHER EDUCATION: ETA used as example for local university

March 21, 2014

Eberly

COLUMBIA CITY — Eagle Tech Academy’s (ETA) approach to student-education, which includes project-based learning (PBL) and other technology, is beginning to draw the notice of higher education institutions.

ETA math teacher Brett Eberly recently spoke with faculty at St. Francis University (SFU) about project-based learning.

SFU desires to become a hub for students at New Tech Schools. ETA Principal Brady Mullet said there are seven tech schools in Northeast Indiana, and he said SFU is attempting to draw students from these schools to pursue higher education at its campus.

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