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First Programs Certified

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Over 120 LERN member programs in public schools, universities and community colleges have become certified by LERN already, kicking off our new Program Certification service for the field.

LERN Year Highlights

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LERN ended its fiscal year this summer on several high notes, including larger membership, healthy financial condition, and San Diego conference registrations well ahead of previous years.

How to Cut Cancellations

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New LERN analysis has discovered how you can cut the number and percentage of courses cancelled for your program. The key is to determine your cancellation rates by Division.

Hot New Summer Camps

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Your summer camps are just over, and now is the best time to plan your new summer camp programs to offer in 2020.

Fall Means Big ROI

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Think fall. Think ROI. Think ROI from your professional development, the best and really only way to increase productivity and profitability for your program.

Now Out! Exciting Agenda

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More interactive and engaging than ever, the upcoming LERN Conference in San Diego features lots of new formats, topics and people that will give you a huge ROI for several years to come.

New Data Era Begins!

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You need it. You want it. It’s data on the field. It’s coming fast and quick now.

New Digital Marketing Benchmarks

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With digital marketing exploding in 2019, best practices are now being discovered for the field. This year’s annual LERN Conference in San Diego Nov. 19-22, 2019, will feature all-new benchmarks from the most successful programs.

5 Facebook Factors

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Here are the five factors for success with Facebook, the social media used by 100% of lifelong learning programs recently surveyed by LERN.

Wow! Your Keynoter

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He’s kinda famous. Ken E. Nwadike Jr is a peace activist, inspirational speaker, video journalist, and founder of the Free Hugs Project.

Leaders’ New Plans

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Slamming home the fact that LERN is leading the field of lifelong learning, your Senior LERN Leaders met in Chicago recently to plot 8 new exciting expansion plans for you and LERN.

Up Next: Gen Z

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Gen Z spans roughly the years from 2000 to 2015. Using these dates as guidelines, the oldest members of Gen Z are just now entering higher education and the workforce.