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Bedford (45-Day, ABCD, Career Pathways, North Crossing, and Partners), Newton (Deaf & Hard of Hearing), and Charlestown (EDCO Youth Alternative)
school programs will be closed for a period of time. Please check the COVID-19 page for more details or contact your Program's main office for more information.
EDCO Collaborative’s Online Learning program has virtual summer opportunities for students in Grades K through 12 focusing on Credit Recovery, Summer Enrichment, and Preventing Summer Learning Loss. Teachers are on hand to help students along the way. Classes start July 6th.Course Catalog
Our IDEAS Program offers a variety of services, including graduate-level courses and focused seminars, that help your community develop anti-racist practices that collectively work to dismantle systems of oppression.IDEAS Program Website
Staff are finding creative ways to teach our students thru the computer using Zoom software. Career Pathways Director, Sean Callanan is challenged to use sketching skills with students to communicate how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with no words.Visit Career Pathways on Facebook
Seats still available. Rolling admission.Learn More
We are excited to annouce the opening of our new interim program for students suspended for substance abuse to receive wrap-around services and transition back to their school.Learn More
Professional Learning Opportunity are available year-round at EDCO. Click to view our up-to-the-minute list of course offerings.View Current Offerings
Students at EDCO’s Program for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing participate in Program Majors at Newton North High School.Learn more!
Going out into the field for Science education at EDCOProfessional Learning
Supporting migrant children and youth in their efforts to meet high academic standards through supplemental services.Migrant Education Initiatives
through interdistrict and interagency collaboration
and related services to students-at-risk
intercultural understanding and equal opportunity in education