Month: February 2022

Staffbase launches a free educational program for the internal communications community

The world of work, especially when it comes to communicating with employees, is so different than it was just two years ago. Tweet that “The components of this program, which include 13 video modules, strategic planning support templates and an email course, are designed to show internal communicators how to unleash the full power of […]

As journalism professions evolve, so must the curriculum

For more than a century, education has prepared young people for their full-time journalism jobs employed by major news outlets. But the advertising-based business model that sustained journalism is crumbling because of new technologies, and jobs of the old kind are becoming scarce. The educational model, too, must change to adapt to new realities. Traditional […]

This eight-course package teaches finance and accounting for under $30

The Hill may be compensated and/or receive an affiliate commission if you purchase through our links. There are many professionals and services that offer to handle accounting and financial needs, but their availability is not guaranteed, especially during tax season — and the costs of such work can add up quickly, leaving customers wondering if […]

Sidney Powell watched ‘vote-rigging demonstration’ for CLE: documents

Sidney Powell appears in an August 2021 interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Attorney Sidney Powell, who failed in a vociferous, multi-jurisdictional bid to argue the 2020 U.S. presidential election, filed a series of documents on Friday evening to attest that she had complied with a court order to take additional training courses. Continuing Legal […]

UW Selects Allen as Director of New Computer Science School | News

February 25, 2022 Gabrielle Allen An accomplished administrator and specialist in computing and its applications in modern life has been named the first director of the new School of Computing at the University of Wyoming. Gabrielle Allen, professor of mathematics and statistics and adjunct professor of physics and astronomy, who is also a special assistant […]

KT&G actively supports young people in Indonesia, online class fully opens in February

– Indonesia Sangsang Univ ‧ Korean Language School, Regular Online Class Opens This Year… Youth Skills Development Support – From language courses to career development programs… Exceptional use of online channels in the era of Covid-19 Seoul, South Korea, February 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — KT&G, a global Korean company, is helping young Indonesians develop their […]

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Extends Accreditation with AACSB International

Newswise – Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has extended its accreditation by AACSB International (AACSB) for another five years. AACSB is the largest business education alliance in the world. Accreditation by the AACSB is considered a mark of excellence and associated with achieving the highest standards in business education. Carey Business School earned its first […]

Biome Makers welcomes a community of experts in a new educational program on soil biology

Biome Makers invites agronomists and consultants to apply to the BeCrop Advisor program, a strong community of soil health and BeCrop technology experts. The program is designed for experienced industry advisors looking to provide informed farming recommendations by decoding soil biology. BeCrop Advisors (BCAs) have become leading experts in soil health, as they now have […]

Hyderabad Institute of Excellence offers free 12th residential course for deserving students

The Hyderabad Institute of Excellence (HIE) has announced its Scholarship Eligibility Test (HIESET) for two-year Residential Intermediate MPC, BiPC or MEC. Interested candidates or their parents can log on to to register for the eligibility test by giving the required information. Aiming to impart quality education to students from marginalized sections of society, the […]

BJC HealthCare Collaborates with ThriveAP for Innovative APP Educational Program | News

NASHVILLE, Tenn., February 22, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — ThriveAP is proud to announce a new relationship with BJC Healthcare to help nurse practitioners and physician assistants accelerate their clinical practice goals. ThriveAP is a Nashvillepostgraduate training resource based on hospitals, clinics and other institutions employing Advanced Practice Providers (APPs). ThriveAP’s program will allow BJC providers to […]

Mid-State Educators: Curriculum Display Proposals Add Burden to Existing Transparency | Education

Through various means, local school district administrators say they are already providing parents with access to information about the courses their children are taking in school. The concern is that national pressure to force educators to publicly post all course materials online could have a chilling effect on teachers’ ability to deliver instruction. “It would […]

Eradicate poverty through vocational education

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Education is a critical factor in helping to reduce poverty around the world. However, there are different types of education and the approach of using vocational education to reduce poverty is essential. Vocational training allows people to acquire specific skills for different types of jobs, mainly for technical or commercial trades, such […]

Experts say free tuition from your job is a bargain. May be.

NORTHWICH, UK – JULY 03: The Starbucks logo hangs outside one of the company’s cafes in … [+] Northwich on July 3, 2008 in Northwich, England. Starbucks Corp in the United States recently announced plans to close 600 company-operated stores in the country, representing approximately 7% of Starbucks’ global workforce. Many UK consumers are starting […]

Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP Announces Investor Securities Fraud Class Action Lawsuit Against New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc. | News

RADNOR, Pa., February 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The law firm Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP ( advises investors that a class action securities lawsuit has been filed against New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc. ( “New Oriental”) (NYSE: EDU). The suit accuses New Oriental of violations of federal securities laws, including omissions and […]

Startup Mantra: Bringing education to the local level

Initially launched as a B2B software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform for on-campus internship preparation, ed-tech company Pariksha (KnocTowl Technologies) had to pivot in just three years to a B2C model offering achievement-based education in regional languages ​​for students aspiring to state government job competitions and exams. The company, founded in 2015 by graduates of Symbiosis University and […]

ECPI University Moves to Larger Campus in North Charleston > Charleston Business Journal

ECPI University has opened the doors to a new, larger location at 3800 Paramount Drive in North Charleston, moving from the university’s former location on Northside Drive. James Weaver, campus president of ECPI University Charleston, said the university is designed to support adult learners with an “immersive and hands-on” educational experience. “Our goal is for […]

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society offers educational assistance for the 2022-2023 academic year

ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA, USA, February 16, 2022 / — Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society is accepting applications for our Educational Assistance Program for the 2022-2023 academic year, through June 3, 2022. Grants and interest-free loans range from $500 to $3,000 for eligible students pursuing an undergraduate or master’s degree at an accredited 2- or 4-year post-secondary, technical, […]

One Year After Promulgation: Isakson-Roe Veterans Health Care and Benefits Enhancement Act

The Johnny Isakson and David P. Roe Veterans Health Care and Benefits Enhancement Act of 2020 (Isakson-Roe Act) was signed into law in January 2021. This week, we continue our examination of the many ways in which the law improves the benefits and care veterans receive from VA by reviewing burial needs, educational opportunities and […]

vadimUS featured in Viewpoint educational program with Dennis Quaid

Viewpoint Project is dedicated to the mission of developing and distributing social and educational programs about our neighbors, our community and the world. MIAMI (PRWEB) February 16, 2022 vadimUS, a leader in the clean energy industry and creator of the innovative solution called vadiMAPtm, is proud to announce that it has been chosen to […]

vadimUS featured on educational show Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid | News

MIAMI, February 16, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — vadimUS, a leader in the clean energy industry and creator of the innovative solution called vadiMAPtm, is proud to announce that it has been chosen to feature in the award-winning educational series “Viewpoint with Dennis Quaid“. The program highlights innovations and the best new ideas in a variety of […]

A solid educational program takes shape for Vinexpo America and Drinks America, March 9 and 10

Advertising PORTLAND, Maine – February 15, 2022 – With less than a month to go before Vinexpo America and Drinks America bring the global wine and spirits trade together at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City on March 9-10, organizers of the joint trade shows are putting the finishing touches to […]

Rethinking remedial programs to promote the success of college students

Many incoming students are deemed underprepared for the rigors of college-level study and are referred to remedial courses (or developmental education). Up to 65% of community college students complete at least one remedial course within six years of initial enrollment. Black students, Hispanic students, and students from low-income backgrounds are disproportionately placed in these courses. […]

Woodlands Bank sponsors financial education programs for students | Education

Soon, all students in grades 3 through 12 in Lycoming and Clinton counties will have full, free access to a “personal finance lab.” The program is sponsored by the Pennsylvania Council on Financial Literacy, Brighter Financial Futures, and Woodlands Bank. The “Personal Finance Lab” is a world-class online stock market simulation platform and the program […]

Officials silent on potential action against GWTeach professor – The GW Hatchet

Administrators have repeatedly refused to say whether they will take disciplinary action against a professor who uttered the N-word during an anti-racism class last month, as students called for his firing. Officials said GWTeach teacher Alicia Bitler quit teaching the course after calling her use of the N-word an “oops moment” and later apologized to […]

The effects of underinvestment in schools are clear across Pennsylvania

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide insights into issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. We are school board members from across the greater Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Our school districts range from small to large, rural to urban, well-resourced to under-resourced. Despite our varied […]

The Black History Matters program unveils the program for week 3

PETERBORO — The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum Black History Matters 2022 program series continues for its third week beginning Tuesday, February 15. , the program organizer, on February 1st. Basulto described the purpose of Black History Matters 2022 and explained how people can attend the free presentations virtually. Videos are available after […]

How Gastromotiva eliminates food insecurity in Brazil

HOPKINTON, New Hampshire – As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage the world, malnutrition and hunger rates have jumped to 9.9% from the 8.4% rate in 2014-2019, leaving “between 720 and 811 million people” starving in 2020. Hunger became a reality everywhere, including in countries that were moving towards generalized food security, such as Brazil. […]

A new telerehabilitation with an educational program for caregivers using teleconferencing is feasible for the prevention of falls in the elderly: a case series

This article was originally published here Medicine (Baltimore). 2022 Feb 11;101(6):e27451. doi: 10.1097/MD.0000000000027451. ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: The importance of rehabilitations for the prevention of falls is well recognized. Recently, telerehabilitation has been developed, however, there have been no reports of telerehabilitation with direct support from specialists for the prevention of falls in the elderly. We have […]

Get WILD: Registration for three Project WILD spring courses is now open

Idaho Fish & Game’s Project WILD program is offering three training courses this spring. These workshops are designed primarily for classroom teachers, but are also ideal for Scout leaders, child care providers, and other adults interested in learning and sharing more about our natural world with others. Workshop participants can earn professional development credits through […]

Yale-NUS successor shares plans for new program

Asha Prihar, collaborating photographer The National University of Singapore College, the successor to Yale-NUS, plans to revamp the Yale-affiliated college’s common liberal arts curriculum but retains many of its core elements, the college’s designated dean said on Wednesday. Announced last August, NUS College is the result of the merger between Yale-NUS and the NUS University […]

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Participation in the AP course, drop in performance at the ETHS in the midst of a pandemic

ETHS faculty and administrators provide an update on Advanced Placement participation at the February 7 board meeting. (Screenshot) At Monday night’s school board meeting in Evanston Township School District 202, administrators offered updates on student reading and advanced-level course attendance. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented challenges for student learning, standardized test performance, and academic progress. […]

Editorial: Children need a week in the woods to learn outdoors

By the editorial board of the Herald Ask former Everett School District students about Camp Silverton, and you’ll likely hear stories from former fifth-grade campers and high school counselors about days spent identifying trees and plants, visiting historic mines and the Big Four ice caves, testing river water for pH levels, sleeping in open-air A-frame […]

Cegeka Romania launches the third edition of its educational program – The Diplomat Bucharest

Cegeka, an IT&C solutions provider based in Belgium, announces the third edition of Cegeka Academy, an educational program designed for final year or master’s students at technical faculties in Bucharest. The program is limited to 50 students and will last 12 weeks, from March 1 to May 31, 2022, with a focus on three technologies: […]

“Metaversity joins virtual reality, identity, assets for a holistic education”

A fundamental change in the way education is thought about is needed and it should not be limited to uploading videos of educational and professional courses online, believes MANISH MAHESHWARI, former head of Twitter India and co-founder of Metaversity. In an exclusive interview with AASHISH ARYAN, he says higher education should not be limited to […]

The “joint council” will take shape in 2022

Another innovative approach to supporting student academic and career success begins this year through partnerships with The Bridge of Southern New Mexico and a $70,000 grant from the Thornburg Foundation. Ensuring that students in our county get the most out of our rich educational ecosystem depends on the best guidance for navigating their unique career […]

The National Abolition Hall of Fame sheds light on the series’ upcoming episodes

PETERBORO — The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum Black History Matters 2022 program series continues for its second week beginning Tuesday, February 8. February’s brief daily “crash courses” in American History began with a welcome and sneak peek from Victoria Basulto, the February 1 programming organizer. Basulto described the purpose of Black History […]

TAL ALERT: Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP Files Class Action Lawsuit Against TAL Education Group, Announces Opportunity for Investors Suffering Substantial Losses to Lead Case

SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP announces that it has filed a class action lawsuit seeking to represent purchasers of American Depository Shares (“ADS”) of TAL Education Group (NYSE: TAL) between April 26, 2018 and July 22, 2021, both dates inclusive (the “Class Period”) and accusing TAL Education and certain of its senior […]

Mississippi House Bill to Provide Educational Assistance to Homestay Students Renamed in Honor of State Rep. Bill Kinkade | Mississippi Politics and Current Affairs

Kinkade grew up in the state foster care system. On Thursday, the Mississippi House of Representatives unanimously passed the Fostering Access and Inspiring True Hope (FAITH) Scholarship Program Act, House Bill 1313as well as an amendment on the floor to name the legislation after one of their own, State Rep. Bill Kinkade (R), who grew […]

Utah bill would mandate course for divorcees who want to change parenting plan

Rep. Carol Spackman Moss, D-Holladay, speaks in the House Chamber at the Salt Lake City Capitol on January 21. Moss introduces a bill that would require divorced couples with children to take an educational course when they need to change their parenting plans. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY […]

Boehringer Ingelheim Launches Virtual Heart Failure Education Program to Empower Healthcare Professionals

Boehringer Ingelheim, a pharmaceutical company, has launched a virtual science program called MEDEX (META Heart Failure Discussion for Experts). The program brings together multidisciplinary healthcare professionals from the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META) region as well as international speakers to discuss updates on the treatment and management of heart failure . MEDEX sessions, each […]

How IIITD focuses on training students to develop human-centered solutions

The research will be in the area of ​​health, education, privacy and security, and technologies related to smart cities and will also help support efforts towards the Sustainable Development Goals. The Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIITD) has recently established the Center of Excellence (CoE) in Human Centered Computing (HCC), with the aim of […]

What to expect if you have applied for programs in Australia with the escalating Covid curve?

The outbreak of the Covid pandemic in 2019 led countries around the world to close their borders to cope with rising infections and deaths. The ripple effect has hit industries that depend on international travel very hard. The overseas education market has been one of many bearing the brunt of border closures as a result […]

Pembroke students named to Dean’s Lists

The Pembroke Mariner & Express welcomes your birth, engagement, wedding, anniversary, graduation and Dean’s List announcements, as well as news of achievements and other articles and photos of personal interest. Mail to Pembroke Mariner & Express, 10 Cordage Park Circle, Suite 240, Plymouth MA 02360, or (preferably) email Curry College Dean’s List MILTON – […]

McCracken County Community Career Endowment Accepting Applications for Educational Assistance and Second Chance Scholarships | News

PADUCAH — For the 16th consecutive year, the McCracken County Community Career Endowment is accepting applications for Educational Assistance Bursaries for full-time and part-time post-secondary students, high school seniors and others who plan to go to school. enroll in post-secondary education. Scholarship applicants must be United States citizens of African American descent who live in […]

‘We want to help. We want to teach’

A Lincoln couple with experience teaching in another state wants to help with Nebraska’s school staff shortage. But Desiree Feria Smith and her husband Nicholas said they were sidelined due to state regulations. the last three years. “I’m certified in Bilingual Spanish and Early Childhood through Sixth Grade,” Desiree said. We want to be here. […]

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