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The Windward School Board of Trustees Announces a Plan to Restructure the Windward Teacher Training Institute

Over the last decade, the Windward Teacher Training Institute (WTTI), which offers teacher professional development and resources for parents, has experienced unprecedented growth. Given the significant impact of its increased responsibilities, the Board of Trustees has decided to separate it into two entities during the 2019-2020 school year.

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