May 2010:
ENDAPT's services are made available to 2010 - 2013 W&M alums who are math and science teachers. The funding is part of two grants: the National Science Foundation's Noyce Scholars Program and the U.S. Department of Education's Teachers for a Competitive Tomorrow Teaching Fellows Program, which together provide almost $2 million to prepare math and science teachers who will work in high-needs schools.

July 2007:
ENDAPT's one-to-one mentoring services are made available to approximately 25 2007 William & Mary graduates and current students.

Late November 2006:
ENDAPT's open source code is released under the GNU General Public License for use by nonprofit teacher education programs. It can be downloaded via the link at the bottom of the screen.

Late September 2006:
ENDAPT's funding is extended through May 2007.

Late March 2006:
ENDAPT's first mentor selections are made by new teachers. One-to-one mentoring begins.

Late February 2006:
ENDAPT's one-to-one online mentoring service launches. Mentors are invited to provide information for the mentor database.

January 2006:
ENDAPT's Web site goes online.

September 2005:
ENDAPT's group mentoring service launches as a moderated virtual room on the third floor of the (virtual) Community Center in Tapped In.

Late August 2005:
The Virginia Department of Education funds the Launch Phase of ENDAPT through November 15, 2006.

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