Education

Leveraging data for sustainable higher education

Higher education institutions are facing unprecedented challenges. Nationwide undergraduate enrollment has plummeted by more than one million students as a result of the pandemic. Student expectations are changing. Declining birth rates in recent years will lead to a post-Gen Z “enrollment cliff” by the end of the 2020s. Addressing each …

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Reviews | To address post-pandemic learning loss, we need an educational moonshot

(Washington Post staff illustration; iStock) November 16, 2022 at 1:06 p.m. EST Comment this story Comment Dan Goldhaber is the director of the Center for Longitudinal Data Analysis in Educational Research. Thomas J. Kane is director of the Center for Educational Policy Research. Andrew McEachin is the director of NWEA’s …

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The Fight for the Inclusion of Marginalized Voices in Our Education System – The Maine Campus

CMJ’s Fall 2022 Symposium Series featured a collaborative presentation on the topic of how educators can make their classrooms safer and more LGBTQ-friendly. The presentation was led by a social science librarian, Jen Bonnet; an assistant professor of communication and journalism (CMJ), Dr. Liliana Herakova and second-year master’s student Tausif …

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Provide ongoing training and professional development

The Center for Business Acceleration provides veteran-centered care to the community through the VA Accelerator program. As a non-profit institution of higher learning, providing continuing education and professional development to those who have served. LA VEGAS, November 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Over the past decade, the VA Accelerator program has …

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WCU School of Education Breaks Graduation Record

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WDAM)-104 school districts in the state are facing a severe shortage of teachers according to the Mississippi Department of Educationand a local university is helping to combat this problem. William Carey University broke the School of Education’s graduation record in 2022 with 632 education students receiving degrees – …

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Joy Hofmeister answers questions about Oklahoma’s education and economy

What would you do to improve Oklahoma’s low education ranking? Education is an investment, not an expense. To create a world-class experience for Oklahoma’s 700,000 school children, I am focused on five priorities: solving our teacher shortage, building partnerships with parents, supporting student mental health and well-being, expanding care and …

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Revere Schools hears special education plans, issues

By Jon | on October 27, 2022 By Chris Partis BATH — The Revere Local Schools Board heard from staff and parents Oct. 18 about special needs and special education programs.Five staff members provided an update on the district’s vision for efforts to improve programming in …

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5 trends in STEM education you need to know about

Author: Emily NEWTON Summary: STEM education has seen many developments since it arrived in schools. Here are five new trends you might see at a school or home near you. STEM education has always been vital, but perhaps now is the time when it matters more than ever. Society is …

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New Hartford School Board plans to close junior high pool

NEW HARTFORD — As the New Hartford Central School District explores how best to use its existing space to meet the growing needs of students and staff, the school board has wondered what to do with Perry Junior High School’s swimming pool. Improvements to the pool, which were mostly related …

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The Greek Education Department visits various metropolises through GOARCH – From the Archdiocese

The Greek Education Department visits various metropolises through GOARCH Under the guidance of His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America, Director of the Department of Greek Education Anastasios Koularmanis and Associate Director Rev. Protopresbyter Gregory Stamkopoulos began visiting various metropolises across the country to listen and learn metropolitans, clergy, parish presidents, …

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Oregon State University announces $200 million education and research center for tech industries

Oregon State University on Friday announced the creation of a new $200 million research and education center focused on supporting the semiconductor and general technology industries in the region. The center will be launched with $100 million in donations. The university announced the new center at a fundraising launch event …

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Freedom of education wins big in Arizona

Arizona moved closer to the important goal of separating education and the state with the defeat of an election challenge to a recently passed school choice law. In June, the state legislature voted allow education funding to be used for any learning pathway best suited to individual children, not just …

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Partnership will expand access to education for Hispanic populations

By Amanda Hildebrandt, Senior Colorado Community Liaison for Western Governors University As a member of the Hispanic community and someone whose life has been transformed by a college degree, I am thrilled to announce a collaboration between Western Governors University (WGU) and the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC). …

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USA Rugby and The Rugby Site Renew Partnership to Deliver More Educational Content to USA Rugby Members | Latest rugby news

After a 4-year hiatus, USA Rugby has relaunched its partnership with The Rugby Site to provide USA Rugby registered coaches and players with online rugby education from some of the world’s most respected coaches and players. “I share an idea and I receive an idea in return. Every time I …

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Carolyn SF Silva | Primary education | College of Education and Human Development

Summary Carolyn SF Silva, Ph.D. is an assistant professor at the University of Nevada, Reno, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the elementary education program. Silva’s critical and justice-oriented research addresses the underpinnings of race, ethnicity, and diversity in educational contexts. Specifically, her research examines 1) the educational …

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MCAS results show pandemic learning loss, MA education officials say

Colin A. Young | State House Press Service The learning loss that resulted from the pandemic and its shift to distance learning for more than two years is still showing up in standardized test scores, state education officials said Thursday in a release. the latest batch of MCAS scores. The …

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Tougaloo College will help achieve health equity through education

Following the graphic and widely seen murder of George Floyd in 2020, Tougaloo College launched the Reuben V. Anderson Institute for Social Justice to engage with students on issues of social justice through theory, practice and initiatives. Students in the program research issues that affect them personally, such as TANF …

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Ellucian and DVE partnership helps higher education institutions implement digital transformation in Australia

SYDNEY, September 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Ellucianthe leading provider of technology solutions for higher education, today announced a new partnership with specialist higher education consultancy, DVE Solutions, to resell Ellucian Quercus, a cloud-based student information system (SIS). The strategic partnership combines cutting-edge technology with exceptional implementation expertise, enabling Australian higher …

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The subject of sex education in Azerbaijan, JAMnews

The subject of sex education in Azerbaijan “Master, we were wrong. “Let your mother explain it to you at home.” Ashamed! Ali Rahimli (pseudonym – editor’s note), first-grade student, has this unfortunate dialogue with his teacher. He says that the subject of sex education in Azerbaijan is not taught in …

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City and County Public Health District Offers Diabetes Education Classes

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The Corpus Christi – Nueces County Public Health District and the Texas A&M Coastal Bend Health Education Center (CBHEC) are offering FREE diabetes self-management classes twice a month. Classes are held at the Health District, 1702 Horne Road, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Attendees must pre-register …

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8B Education Investments launches $111,600,000 initiative

New York, NY, Sept. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — 8B Education Investments partners with Nelnet Bank in first-ever U.S. bank loan program to African students enrolled in U.S. universities; $30 million over three years as part of a broader $111.6 million commitment to the Clinton Global Initiative to accelerate access …

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An activist talks about the importance of climate change education

The world’s largest climate event, Climate Week NYC, kicks off Monday, highlighting the importance of climate equity. Sophia Kianni, Founder and Executive Director of Climatic Cardinalsjoined NY1’s Dean Meminger to discuss the need for global change and why the topic should be discussed in all languages. “I learned that climate …

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Transforming Education Summit (Solutions Day) – All sessions in Conference Room 7

10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.: Starving children = a failing education systemWhy school feeding is so important for transforming educationCourse of action 1Organized by Plan International Canada, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, United Arab Emirates (TBC) and WFP 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.:Rewiring and transforming education through intersectoral actionAction track 2Organized …

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NewGlobe methods are transforming African and Indian education

LAGOS, Nigeria, Sept. 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Innovative teaching methodology offering “one of the largest learning gains ever measured” is being adopted by more African and Indian governments – ahead of the summit on Education to tackle what is being called the biggest learning crisis in 100 years. The …

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Education advocate Jitu Brown learned about the fight for equity in Chicago

Chicago has always been a city of advocacy. The struggle for civil rights can be seen through the work of such prominent names as Fred Hampton and the Black Panthers and Martin Luther King Jr. Today, South Side native Jitu Brown is one of many continuing the call for fairness. …

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Education Freedom Account program needs more honesty

By GARRY RAYNO, InDepthNH.org It’s time for some honesty about the state’s new Education Freedom Account program and who benefits from the use of state taxpayer dollars. The program was sold as a way to provide the best model of education for individual students outside of the public school system. …

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Lack of investment in education | News, Sports, Jobs

For the editor: Do you want to increase the competence and vitality of our nation? Rather than saturating students with unprecedented loan debt due to lack of investment in education, we need to get back to valuing education. A good education helps people get jobs that generate taxes …

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Emerging from the desert of higher education philanthropy

As students across the country return to campus this fall, the Fund for Academic Renewal (FAR), a project of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA), is offering a new publication for higher education donors. Titled “Oases of Excellence,” the guide “identifies more than 80 programs at American colleges …

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County Office of Education Honors 6 County Teachers

By Santa Barbara County Office of Education The Santa Barbara County Office of Education (SBCEO) announced the selection of three Distinguished Mentors and three Distinguished New Educators who will be honored at the ninth annual Tribute to Teachers Gala in November hosted by SBCEO and founding co-sponsor, Cox Communications, with …

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Biden should declare an education emergency

Joe Biden must declare a state of emergency over the alarming state of education in America. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the math and reading scores of 9-year-olds in the United States in 2022 fell 5 points in reading and 7 points in math compared to 2020. …

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Remembering the benefactor of local education – The Progress

By VERNON ROBISON Progress Dr. Ann Rice Public education in the Virgin and Moapa Valleys lost one of its most staunch allies and supporters earlier this month. Dr. Ann Rice, longtime resident of Mesquite, died August 13, 2022 at the age of 94. Dr. Rice, with the administrative assistance of …

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Our New Blue Jays: Having the Opportunity to Choose Education

VirginiaLiz Cartagena to Study in Manor Early Childhood Education program starting this fall semester. VirginiaLiz Cartagena moved into Manor College early and started running. When she was five years old, VirginiaLiz Cartagena moved with her family from the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia to Lancaster. The mother from Cartagena moved the …

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DeSantis fires Broward school board officials after Parkland report

Comment this story Comment Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) suspended four elected school board members on Friday, after a grand jury found they acted negligently and incompetently in implementing safety measures in schools. Broward County schools and recommended their removal. The grand jury investigation was sparked by a 2018 shooting …

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Care Forward Colorado offers free training to future healthcare workers

Henry Hargrave/ [email protected] Gov. Jared Polis announced the Care Forward Colorado program, an initiative that makes academic and technical programs free for aspiring healthcare professionals across the state on August 24. During the press conference, Polis was joined by Lt. Governor Dianne Primavera, administrators from the Colorado Community College System, …

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Marin organizations step up monkeypox education as cases rise

Efforts to bolster monkeypox prevention, vaccination and treatment in Marin are underway, with the county’s count of infected residents rising to 13 on Monday. While the virus infection, which has been given a national emergency declaration, hasn’t shown a huge impact so far in Marin, leaders from local nonprofits, schools …

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Education Under Fire These Days, But Nothing Can Persuade These Teachers They’re In The Wrong Profession – Chicago Tribune

The teaching profession has received rather poor reports lately. Earlier this month, CBS News reported that the number of vacancies in Illinois schools has risen to 28%, with Illinois Education Association President Kathi Griffin saying, “I think what deters people from entering the profession is that you have so much …

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Illinois increases early childhood education funding by $54 million

QUINCY (WGEM) – Governor Pritzker and the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) on Thursday announced the allocation of a $54 million increase in Early Childhood Block Grant funding. childhood, as authorized by the governor in the state budget for fiscal year 2023. According to the governor’s office, the funds, …

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Lubbock ISD rated by Texas Education Agency

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) — Lubbock ISD measures its success less than 24 hours before the new school year. The Texas Education Agency released its responsibility ratings with dozens of campuses within LISD showing improvement. “I’m excited. I’m excited about this,” said Lubbock ISD Board Vice Chairman Bill Stubblefield. He is …

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WNC only: “chair nerds” pass on tradition and craftsmanship with a unique education center

By Meghan Danahey Click here for updates on this story ASHEVILLE, North Carolina (WLOS) – Silver River Center for Chair Caning in the River Arts District is home to the nation’s only full-time chair weaving school and museum. Co-owners Brandy Clements and Dave Klingler call themselves “chair nerds”, having collected …

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Union bargains for 55,000 striking Ontario education support staff as it prepares to sell its fight

Ontario education workers are working to establish a grassroots committee to advance the fight to defend public education against Ford government attacks and union complicity. E-mail [email protected] to be involved. *** Negotiations are underway between Ontario’s far-right Progressive Conservative government and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) over a …

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Meet the candidates in this Q&A

Gadsden Times | Gadsden’s time Incumbent Z. Andre Huff will take on WMGJ Radio’s Fred Zackery in the election for District 3 representative to the Gadsden City School Board on August 23. The Times asked each candidate for their short-term goals and long-term goals if elected; responses are published as …

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How reflexive partisanship undermined math education (Opinion)

Barry Garelick, a veteran educator and author, is one of the most discerning observers of math education in the country. Earlier this year I wrote on his latest book, Good behavior, and regular readers have encountered his occasional guest posts. Well, prompted by Liz Cheney’s courageous role on the January …

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SCV Education Foundation to Host First Annual Touch-A-Truck Event

The SCV Education Foundation plans to hold its first annual Touch-A-Truck event in Central Park later this year. SCV Education Foundation views the rally as a family-friendly event where kids of all ages can get up close and personal with the wide variety of unique big trucks first responders use …

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Pennsylvania moms react to Department of Education suggesting kids can use ‘ne, ve, ze/zie and xe’ pronouns

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Pennsylvanians blasted their state’s Department of Education’s new gender identity page, which suggested teachers not to make assumptions about students’ pronouns, and quoted ‘ne, ve, ze/zie and xe” as examples. Fox News Digital spoke to people in Pennsylvania, including mothers, about the …

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Global education stylus market to reach $99.03 billion by 2027

DUBLIN , August 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Education Stylus Market (2022-2027) by Type, Platform, Screen, Application, Geography, Competitive Analysis and Impact of Covid-19 with Ansoff Analysis” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global education stylus market is estimated at $65.56 billion in 2022 and should …

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State Department Grant to Boost Nebraska Wesleyan Study Abroad Programs | Education

Nebraska Wesleyan University will receive a grant from the US Department of State to provide more opportunities for its students to study abroad. Northeastern Lincoln Liberal Arts University was one of 44 colleges and universities in the United States and the only one in Nebraska to be part of the …

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As Regent of Alumni, Art Torres advocated for access and diversity in higher education

Art Torres (Stevenson, 1968, government) worked to help the University of California advance the diversity of its student body while serving a two-year term as an alumni representative on the University’s Board of Trustees. ‘UC. The University of California is governed by the 26-member Board of Regents, which has authority …

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Caesars Employees Quickly Utilize All-In On Education Program

When she’s not spending the night watching the table games at Caesars Palace, Kelly Paiz is focused on enrolling her four children in college. So far she has two downs and two to go. And now she has some much-appreciated help from Caesars Entertainment. The company recently launched its All-In …

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Alaska Attorney General’s Office Clarifies Use of Public Funds for Private Education

Using public correspondence school funding stipends to pay for most or all of a student’s tuition at a private school is “almost certainly unconstitutional,” according to a notice released Monday by the Attorney General’s Office. Alaska. Deputy Attorney General Cori Mills’ opinion considers likely constitutional the use of stipends for …

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Somalia Drought Crisis: Education Snapshot, July 2022 – Somalia

Attachments OVERVIEW The humanitarian crisis in Somalia continues to worsen. The current extreme, widespread and persistent multi-season drought is unprecedented. Four consecutive rainy seasons have failed, a climatic event not seen for at least 40 years. The rainy season from March to May 2022 appears to be the driest on …

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Trust in US institutions hits new low…and lack of civic education is partly to blame

On the heels of July 4 – a holiday that some Americans have publicly said they are not celebrating this year – Gallup released a survey stating that “Americans’ confidence in key institutions has hit a new low this year.” Distrust extends far beyond our political institutions to include the …

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Meteor Tutors provides online training for exam preparation with the highest online security standards

LONDON, July 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Meteor Guardians is the market leader in online education in the area of ​​online safety for children and young adults. The UK-based independent education platform hosts tutors who have gone through a thorough vetting process. They inspire students who seek international excellence and entry …

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New statewide education campaign launched to support the Florida Wildlife Corridor

“Live Wildly” TV, radio and outdoor ads focus on the critical role the Corridor plays in the state’s ecology and economy TAMPA, Florida., July 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Coinciding with the first anniversary of the Florida Wildlife Corridor Act, a new statewide campaign, Live Wildly, is launching to illustrate how …

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Study links higher education to positive life impact

On Thursday, the University of Colorado board of trustees took a first look at a new study that shows a college degree can have a positive impact on someone’s life during their annual summer retreat. at the Gateway Canons Resort & Spa at Gateway. “There is a very strong association …

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County Office of Education Receives $500,000 Grant to Strengthen Workforce | Education

The Santa Barbara County Office of Education received a $500,000 state grant to help strengthen the county’s early childhood education workforce through professional support. The grant, known as the California Apprenticeship Initiative, will be used by the county’s Office of Education to help people working – or who want to …

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Dolly Parton receives 2022 Friend of Education Award

Knoxville, Tenn. (WVLT) – Dolly Parton has added another accolade to her name after being honored with the National Education Association highest award for his dedication to early childhood literacy. The “singer, songwriter and rallyer” received the NEA’s 2022 Friend of Education Award, which was announced at the organization’s annual …

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Indian Education Summit at the Bismarck Capitol

BISMARCK, ND (KFYR) – The first day of classes for students of the 2022 school year in North Dakota is August 25. On Thursday, more than 250 teachers from across the state took notes. Diversity and culture are the focus of this week’s North Dakota Indian Education Summit. This cultural …

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Two teachers hired at airport school board meeting

CARLETON – The Airport Community Schools School Board met on June 23rd. Kimberly Rocholl has been hired as a special education teacher at Wagar Middle School. Madison Mannix was hired as a kindergarten teacher at Niedermeier Elementary School. The board reached an agreement with Monroe County to approve an additional …

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How Sex Ed Is (And Isn’t) Taught In Every State | Health and fitness

About 100,000 people seeking an abortion will not be able to access a provider in the first year of a Roe reversal. As a result, 75,000 of them are likely to give birth, according to forecast published on May 6, 2022by Caitlin Myers, professor of economics at Middlebury College and …

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Marin school board member leaves after 35 years

Novato resident Patricia Warren left the Marin County School Board after serving 35 years. “I think it’s time,” Warren said in a June 21 resignation letter to the board. “I look forward to the next opportunities that come my way.” The resignation took effect Thursday. Warren was appointed to the …

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The Guilford Fund for Education awards its largest grant ever

By By Ben Rayner • 06/28/2022 2:20 PM EST The Guilford Fund for Education (GFFE) has just awarded its largest grant in GFFE history: the Makerspace Grant. Totaling $80,000, the grant was proposed by Calvin Leete School Library Media Specialist Cheryl Monaco on behalf of Guilford’s four elementary schools. The …

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Focus on equity in education; chemistry teacher wins prize

Here are some of the latest news from Middle Tennessee State University. Center for Equity, Justice and Equity The Tennessee State Collaborative on Reforming Education and the MTSU Education Trust recently joined to create the Center for Fairness, Justice and Equity. The center opened in the spring with Michelle Stevens …

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Resource stewardship, environmental education at the center of 196 Michigan schools recognized through the Green Schools program

Environmental stewardship and education were front and center at nearly 200 Michigan schools recently recognized as Michigan Green Schools. This is the first year that the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) has been responsible for managing the MI Green Schools program. Previously, it was run by …

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Palatial Schools for the Progressive Era

From factories to palaces, a biography of school architect CBJ Snyder, opens a view into a lost and glorious world of public education in New York City. Early 20th century progressives believed that mass public education could reconcile democracy and excellence. Their hopes shaped the 408 new schools and additions …

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Opal Lee, 95, works to make the most of Juneteenth education

This is the second year that Juneteenth has been a federal holiday, but there’s still a lot of work to do. And Opal Lee, 95, is here for it. The “Juneteenth grandmother” should know. She spent years working to have the day recognized as a national holiday commemorating June 19, …

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River Valley Health Foundation Raises Funds for Health Education | News, Sports, Jobs

WHEELING – The River Valley Health Foundation continues its work raising funds for the health and educational well-being of Ohio Valley residents. Executive Director Cynthia Morrison calls the organization “relatively new”. It is a private non-profit fundraising group created by Alecto following its purchase of the former Ohio …

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Clyburn wins; Maness and Weaver in SC Education Race Runoff | South Carolina News

By JEFFREY COLLINS, Associated Press COLUMBIA, SC (AP) — Palmetto State Teachers Association executive director Kathy Maness and conservative think tank CEO Ellen Weaver lined up Tuesday for the seat of South Carolina’s open public education superintendent. . The Democratic candidate was still up for grabs in one of the …

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CIIT steps up efforts to provide quality education with new course offerings

CIIT offers quality education and new courses for AY 2022-2023 CIIT is set to welcome AY 2022-2023 with new business-focused courses that cater to students across the Philippines with their online courses. QUEZON CITY, METRO MANILA, PHILIPPINES, June 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Department of Education (DepEd) is committed to …

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What progress has New Mexico made in education reform?

ALBUQUERQUE, NM — Nearly four years after a landmark court ruling ruled New Mexico was failing to help all students learn, the people who filed the Martinez/Yazzie lawsuit are still concerned about the response of State. The lawsuit focused on Native Americans, English language learners, students with disabilities, and economically …

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Biden names chief education officer to HBCU advisory board

Kresge Foundation Education Program Executive Director Bill Moses has long championed and supported Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) because of their vital role in education. students. Now, thanks to a recent appointment to President Joe Biden’s advisory board on HBCUs, Moses will play a …

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Christian School Celebrates 45th Year of Education and Ministry | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted to Times Observer Rebecca Downey, recognized as ‘most seasoned’ alumna at Warren County Christian School’s 45th anniversary event, holds a copy of the 1985 yearbook – The Sword – with alumni staff members Eugene Coleman and Scott Hendrickson. Warren County Christian School recently celebrated …

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Sister slammed for insisting ‘cheating the pig’ brother pays for her upbringing

The internet has called out a man’s sister after calling him a ‘cheating pig’ but still wants him to help pay for his education in a new viral post. Submit to On Reddit’s infamous r/AmITheA**hole forum, a man with the username u/notpayforcollege shared his story with the community to see …

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Altra Federal Credit Union Hosts One-Day Financial Education Camps

Altra Federal Credit Union will be offering three one-day financial education camps as part of its Cash Camp Series at William O. Beach Civic Hall. All camps are led by Altra employees and will incorporate hands-on learning experiences with age-appropriate activities, games and discussions. Snacks, refreshments and lunch are included. …

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Evidence of education, hunt for new physics – the week in infographics

What works in education This graphic represents some of the evidence of effective techniques in education. The Education Endowment Foundation, a not-for-profit group in London, has synthesized evidence from studies of 30 teaching approaches and converted the findings into a toolkit for use by school leaders and other educators. Some …

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At Stanford, business and education go hand in hand

Stanford Graduate School of Business Historically, business schools have focused on profitability. At Stanford, a unique program challenged that notion. The Joint MA/MBA in Education and Business Administration is a collaboration between Stanford’s Graduate School of Education (GSE) and the Graduate School of Business (GSB) – and it’s an “unlikely” …

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Governor Gordon’s Education Initiative Releases Findings of Statewide Survey

More than 7,000 Wyoming residents participated in the online survey and highlighted both perceived strengths of the state’s education system, as well as areas of opportunity. The survey was administered by the Governor’s Advisory Group on Reinventing and Innovating Education Delivery (RIDE). Areas where respondents said the state was doing …

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The Crucial Business Stake in Improving Public Education

After two years of pandemic chaos, there is no rest for the business world. Skyrocketing inflation, historically tight labor markets and supply chain issues make a return to normal seem like a distant dream. But as local chambers of commerce and their members work to address these challenges, it’s important …

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UK universities union abandons national approach to grading dispute | Higher Education

The long-running industrial dispute over pension cuts and working conditions at Britain’s universities appears to be waning, after union branches dropped a nationwide strikeout due to start this week that could delay the award of the student diploma. Last month, 41 branches of the University and College Union (UCU) backed …

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Utah companies look to higher education for hiring advantage in tight job market

Utah is amazing 1.9% unemployment rate is a new low that politicians often boast as a sign of the state’s booming economy. It’s also fueling a protracted post-pandemic labor shortage as businesses struggle to find workers. Increasingly, employers are turning to education for help. Utah’s higher education system has held …

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Department of Education addresses forgiveness of income-driven student loan payments, but more work remains

The Ministry of Education in April announced a series of promising policies intended to address significant issues with income-contingent repayment (IDR) plans for federal student loans, but the Department and Congress need to take additional steps to more fully fix issues with the repayment system and increase the likelihood of …

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Local organizations respond to Buffalo mass shooting with education and support

An incredible display of grief in the wake of a tragedy. “The black experience is full of trauma, it’s just one of many,” said Greater Southwest Urban League Interim President and CEO Christie Bryant Kuhns. The grief felt during the mass shooting in Buffalo is kind, some community members say, …

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40 local educators honored in first-ever Eastern Wisconsin Education Excellence Awards program

Watch the full ceremony in the video above (WFRV) – It was a memorable evening for 40 Eastern Wisconsin educators and staff as part of the Eastern Wisconsin Educational Excellence Awards program. This program recognizes school employees and teachers from 27 school districts, who have been elected by parents and …

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“A robot-proof journey” into the future of higher education – News @ Northeastern

As the world accelerates towards a digital future that will see robots become the mainstay of many industries, what role do colleges and universities play in preparing students for these impending transformations? “It is clear that many jobs and professions are being disrupted,” the North East president said. Joseph E. …

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Guilford Superintendent Responds to Many Anonymous Special Education Complaints

GUILFORD — Superintendent Paul Freeman said Monday the district plans to add two new positions to the district’s special education department and include questions in the district’s annual climate survey directly related to special education services. . The changes were in response to ten anonymous letters of complaint against the …

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Investing in educational innovation: the Verona Area Education Foundation celebrates 30 years of helping students in Verona | Community

The famous maxim says “it takes a village to raise a child”, but for a long-standing organization in Verona, it might be more appropriate to say that it took a city to raise children. This year, the Verona Area Education Foundation (VAEF) celebrates 30 years of serving students in the …

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New program will pay for higher education for Indigenous and Indigenous students

Through a combination of federal, state, and institutional grants, Metropolitan State University of Denver fully cover tuition and fees for indigenous and indigenous students starting in the fall semester. Eligible students must be Colorado residents registered in one of 574 federally recognized countries and must be enrolling for at least …

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It’s time to invest in a great education for the future

Ellis County students who are and will be attending USD 489 for many years to come need your help. A good education is one of the most important things a child will need to compete in the future. As technology advances, the need to be competitive increases. Are we providing …

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Rolanda Mitchell uses diversity, equity and inclusion to help build strong education systems in K-12 schools and higher education

Rolanda Mitchell believes that Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) efforts are necessary because all students deserve to see someone like themselves in educational spaces and feel that higher education is an option for them. “As a black woman raised in a rural, low-income community in North Carolina, I recognize that …

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Florida Education Board approves Diaz as next commissioner

On Friday, the Florida Board of Education voted unanimously to appoint Republican Senator Manny Diaz as the state’s first Hispanic education commissioner. The vote came just over a week after Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis announced him as his choice to replace outgoing commissioner Richard Corcoran. Never miss a thing: Sign …

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Elon University / Today at Elon / 23 teacher candidates inducted into Kappa Delta Pi for teaching excellence by the School of Education

The Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education has inducted 23 teacher candidates into Kappa Delta Pi, a national education honor society that recognizes and promotes excellence in education. Twenty-three teacher candidates from the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education have been inducted into Kappa Delta Pi, the international …

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Day Trips: Bay Education Center, Rockport: Science Center Offers Vacation Education – Columns

Photos by Gerald E. McLeod the Bay Education Center in Rockport gives a view of the coast that earthlings rarely see. The Texas coast is so much more than sandy beaches, and the center shines a light on the biodiversity of the Mission-Aransas Estuarine National Research Reserve. Designated in 2006, …

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El Paso Schools Expand Access to Pre-K to Improve Academic Achievement

Sitting around a small table a few feet off the ground, 4-year-olds are busy filling in the lined pages of their color sketchbooks, occasionally reaching for a red plastic basket to grab a fresh marker. A boy draws a yellow sun, explaining to the teacher’s aide that he is drawing …

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Penn State Berks chancellor named to LVB ‘Power 30 for Higher Education’ list

Penn State Berks Chancellor George Grant, Jr. was recently named to the Lehigh Valley Company Power 30 for higher educationa list of people who hold positions that allow them to shape our communities and influence our quality of life through education. Grant assumed the chancellorship of Penn State Berks in …

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20 Clark County educators receive $5,000 at Heart of Education Awards

Ella Nava arrived late at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Friday when she found out she was one of 20 educators to win a Heart of Education Award. Nava, who was a teacher in the Clark County School District for five years as a J-1 visa exchange …

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Students appeal to Hilliard Board of Education for inclusion of Muslim holidays

Hilliard City School District Muslim Students Demand District Add Muslim Holidays of Eid Al Fitr and Eid Al Adha to their student vacation calendar. Students are collecting signatures on a petition to present to the Hilliard School Board at their next regular meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. May 9 at …

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Biden’s Department of Education Starts New War on Charter Schools

Every parent wants their child to have access to a good education. But it’s no secret that your zip code makes all the difference. Children in poor urban communities, who are predominantly students of color, do not have the same opportunities as students in the suburbs. Their public schools often …

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Groups gather near Disney World to protest company’s stance on Florida education law

Several people came Saturday to rally against Disney near one of the park entrances. Protesters said they were unhappy with the company’s so-called political agenda. READ: Central Florida officials react to DeSantis signing parental rights in education bill This comes after a recent Parental Rights in Education Act that Governor …

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Illinois education officials, superintendent salary 2022 state officials

Among Illinois state education officials, officers of the Illinois State Teachers’ Retirement System have earned the most so far this year, the chief investment officer Robert Rupnik having so far earned $140,000. Rupnik is on track for $420,000, while director Gregory Turk has earned $107,600 (on track for $322,800). Evan …

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Columbia Board of Education files grant for gender-affirming placard

COLUMBIA, MO (KMIZ) The Columbia Board of Education withdrew a grant application for a gender-affirming closet on Monday night, so students could revise the proposal. When the proposal is reviewed, the board will consider a grant application to pay for a gender-affirming placard at Rock Bridge High School. The board …

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Prairie Grove Manager Talks Vocational Technical Training Courses

PRAIRIE GROVE – Prairie Grove High School has placed more emphasis on vocational technical education (CTE) courses, and student participation in these courses has increased by 20% over the past five years. Principal Jed Davis admits that one of the reasons for the surge in enrollment is that ninth graders …

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