The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) awarded 41 grants totaling $ 10,379,293 to several public community colleges, public technical institutes, state public colleges, and independent school districts under the Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) grant program. , including Lamar State College Orange. Lamar State College Orange received $ 208,741 toRead More →

After nearly a year of advocacy efforts and watchful waiting on the part of educational associations and other stakeholders, Congress has now confirmed through legislation that institutions can address incentive payment requirements for programs. education administered by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in the same manner asRead More →

This has been a busy year as the Department of the Navy’s (DoN) Naval STEM Coordination Office, located at the Naval Research Office (ONR), has expanded its offerings for high school and college students. These activities included a flight academy; a virtual question-and-answer event with astronauts working at the InternationalRead More →

UT-Austin Campus (Photo by John Anderson) UT-Austin Student Government collapses. At the start of the fall semester 2021, there were seven board members. There are only three left, and each of them faces possible impeachment at the start of the next semester. From allegations of sexual assault to lack ofRead More →

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A judge ruled against the San Diego Unified School District on Monday in a lawsuit challenging its vaccine mandate for students. Sharon McKeeman, founder of Let Them Choose, joined KUSI’s Teresa Sardina on “Good Evening San Diego” to discuss the decision. San Diego Superior Court JudgeRead More →

Evan Cunningham, a marketing and communications student at Marietta College, just released a song he wrote with Jake Binegar, “December Ain’t So Cold”. (Photo provided) Evan Cunningham performs “Burning Gas” in June at High Schools That Rock in Marietta. (File photo) Evan Cunningham, a marketing and communications student at MariettaRead More →

Parents who borrow for their children’s college education say that finances control their lives. kali9 / E + via Getty Images Thomas Korankye, University of Arizona When people take out student loans for themselves, there are certain risks involved. Debt can negatively affect a person’s mental, emotional, and even physicalRead More →

Pursuing higher education has been a vital step in realizing the American Dream since James Truslow Adams coined the expression in 1931. He defined the American dream as the hope for “a better, richer and happier life for all of our citizens of all ranks.” Collectively, however, Americans have rackedRead More →

New system will help eliminate learner double counting or learner inflation The Ministry of Education and Sports on Tuesday launched the new Education Management Information System (EMIS) to help track all learner information in educational institutions across the country. The new system was launched at the sector review meeting, chairedRead More →

The Karnataka High Court recently allowed an alleged rape victim to medically terminate her pregnancy which has exceeded the stipulated 24-week period, stating that its continuation will affect her physical and mental health. Judge NS Sanjay Gowda, sitting at Dharwad Bench observed, “Considering the fact that the Applicant (survivor) isRead More →

Then, in cross-country training: “In college, I ran cross-country. We had a bunch of students staying in a corner and they were always shouting, ‘Why are you guys running? Are you illegals? “ Acevedo said teachers were quick to correct racism when he spoke out. “They have a conversation withRead More →

For two years, Laura Oglesby, 48, of Missouri, posed as her estranged 22-year-old daughter, secured nearly $ 20,000 in federal loans and scholarships, attended Southwest Baptist University under her daughter’s name – Lauren Ashleigh Hays – and dated guys from college. who would have thought she was in her twenties.Read More →

“Round and round, we are pursuing an elusive formula to improve K-12 educational outcomes in our state. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham planted a flag on the issue of teacher pay, calling on the legislature to increase teacher salaries in New Mexico by 7%. Lawmakers should seriously consider this move, especiallyRead More →

Lucero Gonzalez, a student at TSTC HVAC Technology, aims an acetylene oxygen torch to repair a refrigerant copper line leak on a training ice maker during a lab session. (Photo TSTC.) – Advertising – Texas border affairs HARLINGEN, Texas – Lucero Gonzalez recalled the memory of an HVAC technician troubleshootingRead More →

LEXINGTON, Ky. (December 8, 2021) – Starting Monday, December 13, University of Kentucky Transportation Services will offer students parking permits for the spring semester 2022 for sale online and onsite. The following permits will be available: periphery (K) and off-peak (O). To learn more about parking permits in general, visitRead More →

A group of women who have lived in the Yorktown and Jefferson Manor neighborhoods for decades have long battled the encroachment of student housing in their small townhouse communities near Temple University. And they’ve long protested against developers and landlords who gutted what were once single-family homes and turned themRead More →