Students and their families are responsible for transportation the student to the course at the Network Provider’s location.This course places equity (fairness) at the core of its investigation of schooling.Within the context of the cultures of students, schools, and communities, the course is designed to reflect knowledge growth in teaching as well as the critical/social theoretical frameworks in education that examine equity and inequity, justice and injustice.The cost of books and course materials are covered by state funding via per student tuition payments to Network Providers.No funding will be re-purposed from the funding formula to support the Network.Districts and schools have the option of joining the Network as Members, in which they allow their students to enroll in coursework offered by the ACN.Coursework are offered by Rhode Island LEAs, Community-Based Organizations, Institutions of Higher Education and approved Department of Labor and Training course providers.Contact your student’s high school or middle school to ask if they are part of the Advanced Coursework Network.Your student’s school counselor will help you and your student understand the opportunities for taking advanced coursework and how your student can meet graduation requirements by taking these courses while still in high school.Through carefully crafted coursework and a robust professional learning community headed by an award-winning faculty, teaching interns actively participate in immersive and self-reflective teaching and learning experiences. Learn more about our Noyce Border Scholars (https://az-borderlands-teaching.org/noyce.html) program. The Collaborative Noyce Border Scholars Program along the Arizona-Mexico border is a collaboration among the University of Arizona South, University of Arizona Biosphere 2, and Cochise College.Throughout the program, teaching interns receive support and guidance from assigned UA South coaches and mentors as well as a school-based mentor in the schools in which they teach. If you would like more information, contact Ali Van Gorp (mailto:[email protected]). program in Secondary Education at University of Arizona South is committed to preparing teachers with the dispositions and skills to work middle and high school students in Arizona and Arizona border schools. This work is accomplished by knitting together clinical experience in partner schools with carefully crafted coursework.