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Geary County, KSJunction City Daily Union

CCCC holds first Tech Day to highlight technical programs

Cloud County Community College held its first-ever Tech Day July 21. The Geary County campus was temporarily taken over by booths advertising the community college’s programs — including the new nursing program — and services from organizations such as the Junction City Workforce Center. Director of the Geary County campus...
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Collegesholmescc.edu

Career-Technical Education adds three new...

This fall the Career-Technical Education Department will offer Forest Technology, Conservation Law Enforcement Technology and Business & Office Technology courses on the Goodman Campus. James Floyd is the advisor for the Forest Technology and Conservation Law enforcement programs while Ginny Ables will be the instructor for the Business & Office...
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Educationpmldaily.com

Rwanda to upgrade technical education to increase enrolment

KIGALI — Rwanda plans to upgrade its technical and vocational training to increase enrolment and bolster students’ prospects in the job market. Rwandan Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente on Thursday said the country’s Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system would issue degrees instead of an advanced diploma. Vocational education is a way to fight unemployment and poverty, said Ngirente, who plans on drastically increasing the number of students at the country’s technical schools.
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Newport, RInewportthisweek.com

Delay In Plans for New Rogers

The submission of a final schematic design for the new Rogers High to the Rhode Island Department of Education has been pushed back to late September. The ad hoc School Building Committee learned of the six-week delay at its July 19 meeting. Kyle Lentini of Downes Construction, the city’s consultant...
Parkersburg, WVWTAP

West Virginia University-Parkersburg awarded $100 thousand through Metallica Scholars Initiative

PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (WTAP) - The commuter college is receiving $100 thousand through the “Metallica Scholars Initiative.”. Funded by Metallica’s All Within My Hands (AWMH) and led by the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), the Metallica Scholars Initiative was designed to directly support students while elevating the importance of career and technical education. Metallica continues to use its global platform to speak out on the dignity of professional trades and community colleges that prepare students.
Rosemont, ILpowderbulksolids.com

2021 Powder Show Conference Less Than Five Weeks Away

The program for the International Powder & Bulk Solids Conference, August 24-25 at the Donald P. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL, is the largest concentration of dry processing and bulk solids engineering expertise in the Western Hemisphere. The speaking faculty is composed of the leading experts working in the field today.
Jobstheedadvocate.org

How to Become a Substitute Teacher

If you have ever been a substitute teacher, you know that this job presents a unique set of challenges. But, really, a substitute is essential to the success of a school, and learning strategies to bring order and learning to a class whose teacher is out is invaluable. You must choose the tone that you bring to the class, the focus of instruction, and the excellence of learning that you require from the students.
Escambia County, ALatmorenews.com

BOE approves personnel recommendations

The Escambia County Board of Education approved the following personnel recommendations by Superintendent John Knott at a special board meeting Tuesday, July 13. 1. Shirley Prescod, special education instructional aide, Escambia County Middle School, effective June 9, 2021. 2. James Weber, choir teacher, Escambia County Middle School, effective July 12,...
Worlddailytrust.com

FG reaffirms commitment to developing technical education

The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, has revealed that the federal government will not relent in its continuous effort of according priority to technical education. The minister who was represented by the Director, Colleges of Education, Onyeka Nwabuogo, who stated this during the sixth Combined Convocation of the Federal College of Education (Technical), Kano, noted that as vital as technical education was to the nation’s development, there was a need for the federal government to continue giving priority to it for a sustainable development.
San Benito County, CAnationalcybersecuritynews.today

COLUMN: Maximizing your investment in the San Benito High School experience | #education | #technology | #training

Shawn Tennenbaum and John Corrigan write about the campus infrastructure upgrades. This column was written by San Benito High School District Superintendent Shawn Tennenbaum and Trustee President John Corrigan. The opinions expressed do not necessarily represent BenitoLink or other affiliated contributors. By working together, our community has made it possible...
Educationsambadenglish.com

Engineering colleges to reopen in Odisha from July 26!

Bhubaneswar: Few days after a group of BPUT students met Skill Development Minister Premananda Nayak demanding reopening of its affiliated institutions, a letter of Skill Development and Technical Education Department regarding commencement of physical classes in all engineering and technical institutions from July 26 is doing the rounds on social media.
Educationbuzinessbytes.com

Kannada-speaking students to be trained online for govt jobs

Bengaluru, July 23 (IANS) Karnataka would offer online training to enhance the competitive ability of Kannada-speaking students for government jobs, Deputy Chief Minister C.N. Ashwath Narayan said on Thursday. “The Department of Collegiate and Technical Education (DCTE) has signed an agreement with online learning platform Unacademy to train Kannadiga students...
Albuquerque, NMKRQE News 13

State’s Teacher Loan Repayment Program accepting applications

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Teachers could get up to $6,000 a year to help pay off outstanding student debt. The Teacher Loan Repayment Program from the New Mexico Higher Education Department is now accepting applications. To be eligible, teachers need to be U.S. citizens, a New Mexico resident for a year or more, hold a state teaching license and have taught for a least three years.
Houston, TXHouston Chronicle

Considering a Career in IT? Choose a Program That Sets You Up for Success

Information Technology (IT) has always been a field driven by rapid advancements. It is the foundation of a successful enterprise, as businesses across all industries rely on IT services for their operations. With the pandemic forcing rapid changes to work environments and accelerating the adoption of remote work – a trend which is expected to continue into the future – there has never been a greater need for skilled IT professionals.
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