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ass Educational Group, LLC, a leader in designing instruction, creating assessments, and building localized content for K-12 and higher educational markets, is pleased to announce the confirmation of Lynsey Peterson as the CEO of A Pass Educational Group, LLC (A Pass). Previously, Peterson served as the Co-CEO and Integrator with Andrew Pass as the other Co-CEO and Visionary. Andrew Pass will continue to be involved with A Pass as the Founder and Visionary, moving to a thought-leadership role, motivated by the many intersections of education and technology.
You’re invited to register for our upcoming live panel discussion about the exploration of hybrid learning on August 24th at 1:00 p.m. ET. This live panel discussion will be led by A Pass’, Brandi Robinson.
This webinar will highlight the processes of development and implementation of translated and illustrated glossaries for use in assessments and instruction. These resources are designed to meet diverse students’ language-related access needs and preferences and provide fair and equitable assessment content.