Bumpers College, U of A Community College in Morrilton Create Food Science 2-plus-2 Programs

Bumpers College, U of A Community College in Morrilton Create Food Science 2-plus-2 Programs

The U of Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences and the U of A Community College in Morrilton have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for students majoring in Food Science. Bumpers College, its Department of Food Science, and UACCM have created a 2+2 transfer degree program with two concentration options. UACCM students … Read more

Confidence is key in the expansion of BYUH, says Apostle Neil L. Andersen at Science Building dedication

Confidence is key in the expansion of BYUH, says Apostle Neil L. Andersen at Science Building dedication

Elder Neil L. Andersen, of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, offered a dedicatory prayer for the newly built Science Building, the first three-story building on campus on Jan. 15. He said he hopes the new building can inspire people to progress forward in confidence in fulfilling President David O. McKay’s vision for BYU–Hawaii. Elder … Read more

Miami school district names Jose Dotres as superintendent

Miami school district names Jose Dotres as superintendent

Jose Dotres participates in a public interview at the school board headquarters in downtown Miami, Florida on Monday, January 24, 2022. Dotres, the deputy superintendent of Collier County Public Schools, has been selected by the board, in a 6-3 vote, to be the next superintendent of Miami Schools public dade. Matthias J. Okner mocner@miamiherald.com Jose … Read more

Webinar – How to Develop Intelligence in Middle School Students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) | state

Webinar – How to Develop Intelligence in Middle School Students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) |  state

Grand Rapids, Michigan.And January 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Fusion Education Group (FEG) hosts an ADHD expert and child psychologist, Catherine Coy, for a national webinar where it will expose parents to misconceptions about the brain disorder and help them gain a better understanding of the complexities that make their diagnosed children uniquely intelligent. “Children are … Read more

The Whole Child initiative is working on new projects for teachers, parents and students | education

The Whole Child initiative is working on new projects for teachers, parents and students |  education

Sometimes the latest educational ideas emerge outside of regular classrooms and school corridors, and this is where Rapid City Area Schools’ Whole Child Initiative works to excel. Jane Burkhard McKenna, RCAS Whole Child coordinator at RCAS, explained that there are a few new aspects of the initiative that are under implementation or in the planning … Read more

Adam Oakes family ‘optimistic’ as anti-discrimination bills advance in General Assembly

Adam Oakes family ‘optimistic’ as anti-discrimination bills advance in General Assembly

Richmond, Virginia (WRIC) – A bill passed as “Adam’s Law” has been pushed forward in the General Assembly. It’s one of two anti-discrimination bills in honor of Virginia Commonwealth University freshman Adam Oakes, who died at a fraternal event last year. The Adam Oaks family has been working on bills alongside state legislators for several … Read more

US bailout bill approved for broadband investment in Western Australian schools

US bailout bill approved for broadband investment in Western Australian schools

On January 21, U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-Washington Democrat) announced more than $88 million in broadband investments for the U.S. bailout of Washington state schools and libraries. The funding comes through the Federal Communications Commission’s Emergency Communication Fund, which commits federal funds to support schools and libraries in providing digital tools and services to communities … Read more