The Academy

at

Dwight Mission

ADDRESS

100995 South 4590 Road Vian, OK 74962

CONTACT

Phone: 

(866) 298-1739

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Email:
rob@dwightmission.org

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TEL Library

TEL Library is a non-profit organization committed to facilitating equitable access to high-quality, affordable learning in the U.S.

 

Tel Library achieves this mission by delivering college-level courses and curriculum services in partnership with accredited institutions and training organizations.

The following courses are available to participants of The Academy at Dwight Mission:
 

  • United States History I - to 1877 

  • American Government

  • Language and Composition

  • Introduction to Communication

  • Biology

  • Quantitative Analysis 1

 

Tel Library's vision, along with the diverse needs of the institutional partners and individual learners we serve, has led us to design a differentiated set of content and services that focus on:
 

  • An integrated curriculum model

  • Processes, products, and services engineered specifically for sustainable affordability

  • A single learning design model that facilitates a wide range of delivery/instruction options, including self-paced online, instructor-led online, blended classrooms, and traditional classrooms

  • Product formats that support ubiquitous access
     

TEL content is designed intentionally as part of a common, integrated curriculum that takes advantage of our Stackable LessonsTM content model. This flexible curriculum model allows us to address a wide assortment of educational needs both efficiently and cost-effectively.

 

This includes the needs of:
 

  • Public and private high schools looking to implement early college high school through concurrent, and dual-enrollment courses

  • Higher education institutions wanting to provide cost-effective, affordable general education solutions for college and high school students

  • Institutions struggling with instructional resource issues, enrollment declines, and/or other economic challenges

  • Homeschool parents wanting to provide their high school students with high-quality, all-inclusive courses that allow them to earn college credit

  • Individual learners who are underserved, economically disadvantaged, and/or in resource-deficient areas

  • Anyone needing an easy and affordable way to begin their post-secondary educational journey
     

TEL Library is a division of the TEL Foundation, a public charity headquartered in Oklahoma.