DENVER, March 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the Child Safety Network™ (“CSN”), America’s leading child and youth safety organization for more than 30 years, publicly announced the winners of the 2022 Colorado Student Protection Award. The awards were presented last Thursday at the Colorado Association of School Boards Winter LegislativeRead More →

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A Florida high school’s policy that banned a transgender student from using a boys’ bathroom violated federal law because he was a boy “socially, physically, medically, and on legal documents,” the Department of Justice will argue. Justice Tuesday. The St. John’s County School Board’s policy restricting restroom use by ‘biologicalRead More →

SAN RAMON, Calif., February 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Riiid, a leading AI education solutions company, has announced that its new paper demonstrating a multitasking (MTL) learning framework that combines knowledge tracking (KT) models and Option Tracking (OT) for more accurate student assessment has been accepted by the Association for theRead More →

SAN RAMON, Calif., February 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Riiid, a leading AI education solutions company, has announced that its new paper demonstrating a multitasking (MTL) learning framework that combines knowledge tracking (KT) models and Option Tracking (OT) for more accurate student assessment has been accepted by the Association for theRead More →

Harmony School of Innovation -Sugar Land Senior, Anjali Agrawal has been nominated as a candidate for the 2022 US Presidential Fellowship Program. [CREDIT: Harmony Public Schools] A Harmony School of Innovation – Sugar Land senior, Anjali Agrawal has been named one of more than 4,000 applicants for the 2022 USRead More →

Within its five floors, the building brings together several compute-intensive academic and research disciplines that are hallmarks of what has become the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It brings together several student services, previously spread across campus, creating the Student Academic Services Center: a “one-stop-shop” link for students looking for everything fromRead More →

In recent years, journalists have courageously reported on the mistreatment of ethnic Muslim Uyghurs in the Xinjiang region of northwest China: detention camps, forced labor, systematic sterilization of women, intrusive digital surveillance and other atrocities. orchestrated by the government. While the international community is taking more courage to speak outRead More →

A freshman from Noblesville High School recently filed a lawsuit against Noblesville High School and Noblesville Schools, alleging a violation of free speech rights and bullying. According to a press release from Students for Life of America, the lawsuit was filed by Charitable Allies, Inc. on behalf of the student,Read More →

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 →

A group of Ohio University alumni gather in the desert, ahead of COVID, during their duty time. Disclaimer: The intention of Ohio University is not to imply endorsement by any branch of service of the United States Armed Forces. The Ohio University Military and Veteran Student Services Center and Fiserv,Read 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 →

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 →

The fee was introduced by the Australian government to help universities fund student support services such as sports and recreation, child care, accommodation and legal services. You can find out the details of SSAF allocation. Most current and research students at the University are subject to SSAF (including University ofRead More →

As a committee of the Student Government Association, or SGA, responsible for Improving the lives of all students, Student Services has often been the driving force behind projects ranging from housing, food, Husky Cards, and on-campus medical and mental health services. Now, members of the Student Services Committee have alsoRead More →

October 15, 2021 Spring registration for the cooperative has started! Posted in: Announcements, Career, Events, Featured News, Red Hawk News In this competitive job market, internships are essential. Co-operatives and internships offer you the opportunity to experience the world of professional work and explore your career options. In addition toRead More →

WWe have heard the assertion time and time again: Charters are a form of specialized education that may not be able to meet the needs of large segments of the population, some people say. These critics claim that while public charter schools might be able to achieve good results byRead More →

The Office of Multicultural Student Services (OMSS) at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The OMSS is a department of the Division of Diversity and Inclusion and oversees many initiatives and programs with the aim of supporting and encouraging academic excellence, leadership, and theRead More →

From Argentina to Vietnam, international students from over 30 countries have enrolled at MICA, representing over 26% of our overall student population – a number that has more than doubled in recent years. The Office of International Education advises on matters ranging from immigration regulations to the resources available toRead More →

Student veterans enjoy cookies and fellowship at the Veterans and Military Student Services Center. Pictured are former students Alex Yu ’20, left, and Caesar Vega ’18, right. Rye Bennett ’18 had a unique introduction to Ohio University after his service in the United States Army. Between her kids, her mortgage,Read More →

Prospective international students probably know that they can turn to the International Student Services offices of American universities for help with immigration and orientation. But the services provided by the ISS offices do not stop there and can include activities throughout the year. Here are some ways international students canRead More →