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Lynn Walker Huntley Social Justice Fellowship for Children’s Rights

When Harry Chiu, the son of Hong Kong immigrants, was a child in Vancouver, Canada, he had little awareness of anti-Asian prejudice. The city has a large Asian population, and Canada has a long history of acceptance. Affirmative action is enshrined in the country’s constitution, and Canada has recognized same-sex marriages since 2005, a full […]

Duke Energy Foundation invests $300,000 in STEM in Indiana

The science education nonprofit Duke Energy Foundation has awarded more than $300,000 in grants to 24 K-12 programs across Indiana in an effort to strengthen science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education programs and to address learning loss during COVID-19, the organization announced this month. According to a press release, the funding will go towards […]

Manassas Awards Shop partners with local high school for educational program

Manassas, Virginia — A custom-designed award provider, Award Crafters, recently partnered with Prince William County High School’s Vocational and Technical Education Program to bring technology students from the program to their workshop to gain a practical work experience. “Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) offers a wide variety of rigorous and engaging Career and Technical […]

DOLE, SBMA take over educational assistance to Freeport stakeholders

The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA), in partnership with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), has resumed offering assistance to students who wish to continue their studies while working part-time in this first Freeport . SBMA President and Trustee Rolen Paulino expressed his appreciation for the program, believing it will help less privileged but […]

Sudbury group ‘softens the language’ around human trafficking for school education program

A Greater Sudbury charity wants to start educating local students on how to avoid becoming a victim of human trafficking. According to 2019 data from Statistics Canada, two in three victims of human trafficking were girls and young women, while one in five victims were girls aged 17 or younger. Human trafficking consists of recruiting, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Bond Steering Committee reports findings to Klein ISD Board of Directors

A 100-member Bond Steering Committee reported its findings to the Klein ISD Board of Directors to chart the course for the district for the next seven years. Recommendations from these findings address issues such as security, technology needs, facility acquisition and capacity challenges, as well as consideration of new facilities, a Klein ISD press release […]

Reinventing education – The Shillong Times

The increase in the number of Covid cases in recent times is sounding the alarm bells for officials of educational institutions, teachers, students and their parents. Everyone is worried, but the reasons are different. Parents know very well that the two years 2020-2021 are lost since their children have never really studied in the true […]

These Vancouver high school students noticed a gap in teaching coding. So they filled it

When moving from public to private school, Austin Ma noticed a striking difference: His new school offered a lot more computer classes, an education gap he found “unsettling.” . “I was able to enjoy all these really fun new coding lessons, but knowing that they weren’t available to other kids who had similar interests to […]

Peace River School Division: flexibility and accessibility in alternative education

Breadcrumb Links News Local news Author of the article: Post-media staff Alternative Education Peace River School Division offers a variety of programs and sites to approximately 600 students. District Director Saxon Butte said feedback on the new perspective has been “very, very positive.” Photo by FOURNI Content of the article Ensuring the success of all […]

These startups make education accessible using phone calls, SMS and WhatsApp – The European Sting – Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Charlotte Edmond, Senior Editor, Educational Content Learnable uses machine learning, artificial intelligence, and augmented reality to create content that can be shared through a dedicated app or WhatsApp. Ekatra uses text messages to […]

Bismarck Career Academy Hopes for $ 10 Million State Grant | North Dakota News

By SAM NELSON, Bismarck Tribune BISMARCK, ND (AP) – On a recent afternoon at the Bismarck Public School Career Academy, students were grouped around electrical circuits and various motor vehicles as part of the vocational education program and technical district. Others finished their class work on their computers, while others donned welding helmets and watched […]

Again: CRT is not taught here

In a recent appearance in Coeur d’Alene, Public Education Superintendent Sherri Ybarra spoke about critical race theory, civics education, and a few other issues of concern to her. His comments garnered a lot of attention locally and around Idaho, prompting us to make it clear, once again, that Critical Race Theory is not taught in […]

Delaware partners with Discovery Education, DuPont for STEM

The Delaware Department of Education has partnered with educational software company Discovery Education and chemical company DuPont to provide K-12 teachers with a range of digital learning resources designed for classroom settings. science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). According to a recent press release, the initiative aims to use Discovery Education’s K-12 learning platform to […]

DAPCEP receives $ 125,000 in funding from General Motors to support STEM programs for area students

Copyright 2021 PR Newswire. All rights reserved2021-12-06 DETROIT, December 6, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering Program (DAPCEP), a non-profit educational organization maximizing the success potential of under-represented youth in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), is the recipient of a $ 125,000 grant from General Motors. This funding will enhance DAPCEP’s […]

Ball Brothers Foundation awards over $ 6.5 million in grants

MUNCIE, Ind. – The Ball Brothers Foundation has awarded $ 6.5 million in grants for its second round of funding for 2021, for projects such as strengthening local health organizations and supporting schools in the aftermath of the pandemic. In support of healthcare, the Ball Brothers Foundation awarded six grants of $ 40,000 each to […]

How Texas Advancement School Helps Reduce Unemployment

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / December 2, 2021 / Education will never be the same after the world has been forced to go virtual in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. These unprecedented circumstances have opened up a world of possibilities to reshape and rationalize traditional modes of education. An educational institution, the Texas […]

New Palestine to Add 8 Work-Ready Classes – The Daily Reporter

On the picture : Teacher Dave Post consults with students in an engineering / construction class at New Palestine High School. The school plans to add to its workforce offerings with eight new classes next year. Photo file NEW PALESTINE – From building classes to new culinary education, eight new classes have been approved at […]

College is covered at Santa Barbara City College

College is covered at Santa Barbara City College SBCC Foundation ensures area students return to school after pandemic Paola Melchor is a recent graduate of the SBCC Promise program. | Credit: Courtesy Santa Barbara City College’s revolutionary SBCC promise bounces after a 35% drop in enrollment since the early days of the pandemic. With the […]

Mendota reporter | District 280 approves new parent class and discusses state required courses

MENDOTA – A new course proposal was presented by Principal Denise Aughenbaugh and approved by the Mendota High School Board on November 15th. Moved by Melissa Sallee, family and consumer science teacher and recommended by the high school curriculum committee, the new parents class will be offered next year as enrollment over the same period […]

3,287 students receive education aid from Siquijor government – Manila Newsletter

New / Visayas / 3,287 students benefit from educational support from the government of Siquijor 3,287 students benefit from educational support from the government of Siquijor The Siquijor provincial government headed by Vice Governor Mei Ling Quezon and Siquijor Isolated District representative Jake Vincent Villa has launched its education assistance program for 3,287 students affected […]

CodeWizardsHQ announces recipient of its first scholarship

Desiree Jenkins of Thomasville, North Carolina, was chosen for her excellent GPA and commitment to pursuing a career in marine biology. Growing up near the ocean, she saw the impact of pollution on the local environment, which led her to seek careers where she could make a difference. She has already started learning to dive […]

Bridge renews its unwavering support for the government’s education program

– Celebrates five years of its LEAP program The Liberia Education Advancement Program (LEAP), of which Bridge Liberia is the largest partner, celebrated its five-year partnership with the Ministry of Education. The LEAP program was signed in 2016, and it is an innovative public-private partnership school program designed to transform the public primary education system. […]

African American Heritage Society Presents 6th Annual Tom Murdic ‘Prom Night’ ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ Scholarship Event

Marvin Brown Franklin, TN (TN Tribune) – The African Heritage Society of Williamson County will be hosting their 6th Annual TE Murdic Scholarship Ball on Saturday, July 17, 2021 at Embassy Suites, 820 Crescent Center Dr. Franklin, TN. at 6:00 p.m. The Scholarship Ball is the primary fundraiser for the Tom E. Murdic Scholarship, which […]

Educational Assistance Programs for Military Spouses and Families

There are several education benefits available for dependents of active duty members and veterans as well as for the surviving family members of deceased veterans. Ranging from scholarships to school completely free, these benefits are often overlooked. Department of Defense Transferability of the GI Bill after September 11 There is a special program provision that […]

UMN Crookston Announces New Alcohol Education Program and Policy – ​​Page 1

The University of Minnesota Crookston has unveiled a transformational new campus alcohol policy. The policy is intended to be a comprehensive educational strategy informed by theory and research to help educate UMN Crookston students on how to make healthy alcohol-related decisions. “This is a key component of a comprehensive alcohol education program for students,” said […]

Environmental Group Launches Air Quality Education Program for Adolescents

The Pittsburgh GASP, or Smog and Pollution Group, is launching a new program to pair high school students in Allegheny County with peers in Birmingham, Ala., To carry out projects related to the quality of the ‘air. The program, Fresh Voices for Clean Air, begins in March and ends in December. Students will develop an […]

New education program in Southington provides support for distance learners

SOUTHINGTON – With a focus on helping local youth, Yes! Academy (Youth Educational Success) will provide students with educational support, tutoring, mentoring and youth development programs. The program, which will launch on Monday, is the result of the Make It Different Foundation, which was founded by Deborah Garner in honor of her late son Taahir […]

COVID-19: TVRI to broadcast educational program to help students learn from home – National

Nina Loasana (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Sat 11 April 2020 2020-04-11 08:51 596 fc6853813033f564188675f8bd11b9ac 1 national COVID-19, Ministry-of-Education-and-Culture, TVRI, Nadiem-Makarim, Education, COVID-19-in-Indonesia, coronavirus, virus-corona, virus-korona-indonesia To free Public broadcaster TVRI will broadcast a one-day educational program called Belajar dari Rumah (Study at Home) for three months to help students who need to study at […]

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