The ASE Education Foundation has launched a new Adopt-A-School program, designed to serve as a valuable resource to help students transition into the workforce. By implementing work-based learning programs, companies can help strengthen classroom instruction and increase students’ practical skills, making graduates more productive early in their careers, says theRead More →

TROY, NY (NEWS10) — The Lansingburgh Central School District announced Friday that it will receive a grant for a 21st Century after-school program at Knickerbacker Middle School and Lansingburgh High School. Middle and high schools serve Lansingburgh’s sixth through twelfth graders. It will be funded by the New York StateRead More →

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Las Vegas – ProAm Sports Medicine, a leading Las Vegas-based medical provider for athletes of all skill levels, announces the launch of an after-school program, A Fighting Chance, in partnership with Project 150 to benefit the homeless and displaced from the Las Vegas area and underprivileged high school students. InRead More →

Some Rock Hill parents told Channel 9 their children were locked outside Northside Elementary School on Monday for around 30 minutes. “The children were left alone outside without adult supervision,” said mother Kendra Funderburk. [ALSO READ: Rock Hill Schools over-reimbursed nearly $1 million after error in counting meals] The motherRead More →

A professor of international affairs launch a mentorship and financial aid workshop this summer for underrepresented political science students transitioning to graduate programs. Laila Sorurbakhsh, assistant professor of international affairs and principal researcher of the workshop, said the Breaking Barriers to Entry project will provide financial, academic and psychological supportRead More →

More Alabama Black Belt students will have the opportunity to learn about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers through a unique curriculum that uses brain responses. Chris Crawford, Assistant Professor at University of Alabama‘s Department of Computer Science, will expand the Black Belt STEM Project to schools in SumterRead More →

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – Educators at Erwin Middle School have noticed the need for a curriculum to address the challenges young girls face. Last October, they created the Aerie Girl program and they are already seeing positive changes. Timberly Hill founders Junikka Howard, Latessa Dillard and Michelle Griffin coined theRead More →

Middle school students in the Avondale Elementary School District continue to experience success through its accelerated high school program. As part of the accelerated program, students participate in high school algebra, band, choir and Spanish lessons in the supply school district, Agua Fria Union High School District. Participating institutions areRead More →

Nearly 150 schools and 15 districts in Orange County have been announced as winners of a new state award celebrating innovative practices in the 2020-21 school year, when many California schools returned to in-person learning . The 2022 California Hub Practice Rewards Programor CAPP, was unveiled this year in placeRead More →

Called ‘200 Automotive Technology – Advanced Tuning’, the new 14-week program teaches high-level tuning through a balanced program of hands-on lab learning and instructor-led lecture sessions. Covering everything from advanced engine dynamics and OEM system strategies to data analysis and aftermarket engine tuning, the new course builds on Hennessey’s “100Read More →

Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg will donate millions of dollars to charter schools across the city to create a summer school program to help students overcome educational challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Bloomberg’s philanthropic organization will fund the bulk of a $50 million initiative that aims to pay state-funded butRead More →

Samsung introduced its new flagship global citizenship program Samsung Smart School in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) schools across the country. Part of Samsung’s vision of “Together for tomorrow!” Enabling People’, aims to nurture the young leaders of tomorrow by enabling disadvantaged Indian students to access the benefits of digital education.Read More →

AUSTIN, TX, April 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The National Alliance of Insurance Education & Research welcomes Noelle Codispoti as IRB’s High School Program Director. The Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) High School Program enables students to earn a nationally recognized industrial designation before graduating, providing them with vital pre-career exposureRead More →

Within weeks, students at Queneesh Elementary went from thinking “I’m not reading” to seeing themselves as readers and becoming smarter. The reason for this is a school intervention to improve the literacy skills of elementary school children, as the teachers themselves were learning new ways of teaching reading. “It’s notRead More →

© Shutterstock The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) recently awarded nearly 180 schools across the state $8.2 million in planning, programming, and infrastructure grants that support the Safe Routes to School program. Safe Routes to School is an international program that improves safety and reduces traffic congestion around schools byRead More →

U.S. Senator Brian Schatz’s office said on Friday (March 25) the Democratic congressman secured $100,000 in congressional-directed spending, also known as earmarking, in this year’s YWCA appropriations bill. island of Hawaii. The money will be used to help fund technology upgrades, supplies and teacher training for the nonprofit Developmental PreschoolRead More →

Acceleration Academy allows students to earn both a high school diploma and a bachelor’s degree in five years. (Photo courtesy of Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program) The University of Alaska’s Alaska Native Science and Engineering program has received $5 million to expand its high school component to Dillingham, KotzebueRead More →

Kimberly Martin Inasmuch as Oʻahu high school student with a lifelong passion for science, Kimberly Martin was perfect for the Earth-Planets-ʻIke-Kuleana (EPʻIK) Summer program at the University of Hawaii in Manoa. EPʻIK provides opportunities for secondary school students in Hawaii to become familiar with the sciences of the Earth andRead More →

An after-school program specifically designed to address racial and economic disparities affecting black youth and empower them to be a positive change in their community has long-lasting effects on the behviour. The analysis looked at five years of data and compared the outcomes of students participating in regular after-school programsRead More →

February 18, 2022 Contact: Kawana McGough, Office of Communications, Public Relations and Marketing Mills A Tuskegee University student is one of 277 students named a University Innovation Fellow (UIF) by Stanford University. The recipient, Ezekiel Mills, is majoring in materials science and engineering. The UIF program is a global programRead More →

MADISON- Madison Elks Lodge 1465 recently donated some $2,500 to the Educational Program for Disabled Children (EPOCH). Madison-based EPOCH is an after-school enrichment program for children and teens with special needs in the Madison area. Since 1972, the non-profit organization has provided unique opportunities for children who cannot participate inRead More →