Month: September 2020

New advanced educational program focused on digital leadership

HAYS, Kan- COVID-19 fundamentally changed education in America. Digital literacy, the ability to take advantage of powerful learning technologies, is now an essential skill for teachers, administrators and learning technologists. Beginning in spring 2021, Fort Hays State University’s Advanced Educational Programs Department will welcome its first class of growing educators and educational administrators to the […]

State Funding Will Allow Yakima to Expand its Gang Education Program | Local

New state funding will allow Yakima School District to hire a fourth education advocate aimed at preventing gangs. Yakima City Council on Tuesday accepted $ 50,000 from Governor Jay Inslee and the State Department of Children, Youth and Families, who will pay an additional lawyer for the education of sixth-graders through until June 30, 2021. […]

Horse Farm Workers Education Assistance Fund awards 23 scholarships

Twenty-three children of full-time equestrian workers are pursuing higher education this year with the help of the Equestrian Workers Education Relief Fund. To date, 707 annual scholarships totaling $1,554,150 have been awarded since the Fund was created. Scholarships are awarded for education or vocational training after high school and are based on financial need, merit, […]

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