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Pandemic April Update

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What’s next for the field in addressing the pandemic for lifelong learning programs. LERN initiates an all-pandemic series of no-cost services and activities for the field.  Here’s the top 5 news and updates.

Ramp Up Online

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Online, even after the pandemic, will keep growing.  Online now needs to be a part of your offerings moving forward. 

ROARING TWENTIES AGAIN

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You are in the middle of the two most exciting weeks of the year in lifelong learning.  Your Spring 2020 LERN Magazine, free to members, is now in the mail.  It has the news and practical how-to info coming out of the last big LERN annual conference.

Boys at Home

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Boys often have a much harder time than girls, even in normal times, with school.  Boys learn as much as girls overall, but they are given worse grades than girls in every school district and college in the U.S. and Canada.

FREE Webinars

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Free webinars for you, teachers in your institution and even your customers in your community are now being held almost daily by LERN.

Do Your Online Courses Suck?

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If your students start to fall off in participation.  If your teachers ask how to improve their courses. If you are planning to keep doing online courses past the next two months.

You Told Us So

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Thanks to you members who have asked for new LERN services and information during the pandemic.

Your Next Print Brochure

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It’s one of the top questions programmers are asking LERN right now. And we have the answers.

Top Q

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It’s the most important question we received this month.  And possibly the most important question ever on marketing and promotion for your program.

Thanks for Aid

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Thanks to LERN members who contributed to the earthquake relief efforts in Puerto Rico. Over $1,000 was raised for the effort to buy food and medical supplies to help the victims of on the ongoing earthquakes.

Survey Coming

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Some 130 LERN member programs have responded so far. If you have not yet responded to our Program Survey, you shortly will be getting another request to complete it.