A neighborhood school, William McKinley Elementary School provides academic and emotional support and educational opportunities for students and their families. Located at 2101 N. Orkney St., the school’s vision is for its 313 students to think critically, challenge systems, and advocate for the rights of all people, including those withRead More →

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LONDON, February 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — TIGA, the network of game developers and digital publishers and the trade association representing the video game industry, has highlighted the importance of developing “soft” skills as well as technical skills in video game industry, including teamwork and communication skills. TIGA made the commentsRead More →

Sarah Oliver A fun and engaging classroom at the Caroline Springs Library is available to parents by reservation and introduces children to the world of books and imagination. The sessions include stories, songs, rhymes and an introduction to Auslan and are aimed at three year olds to be given toRead More →

A new program at Washougal High School is helping students earn school credit while connecting things they learned in their vocational and technical courses with real job skills. Fedrico Pineada, Jackson Lynch and Emma Beaudoin are three of 20 Washougal High students participating in the school’s new work-based learning programRead More →

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Instead of spending his school day reading, Grant Martin and his fourth-grade class took the reading to the dogs. “They’re just the sweetest,” Grant says. This group of Wealthy Elementary students spent their Wednesday reading to animals in the West Michigan Humane Society. It started outRead More →

In this 2019 file photo, Tanisha Robinson, right, an instructor for Adult Education Services at the Cuyahoga County Public Library, helps student Marvin Brown study for his GED test at the Hough Multipurpose Center. Below-average adult literacy and numeracy (the ability to work with numbers) in Cuyahoga County is holdingRead More →

Students will now have the opportunity to test their learning on a construction bulldozer thanks to a donation from Anderson Equipment Co. The donation will support the Heavy Construction Equipment Technology program at the Pennsylvania College of Technology. The five-month assignment, which runs through April 2022, gives students of HeavyRead More →

BIXBY, Okla. – Oklahoma teachers hope lawmakers will vote against taking funds away from districts to help with social and emotional learning. Senate Bill 1442 introduced this session aims to do just that. Bixby West Intermediate has a social, emotional, and relationship-building curriculum that shows the importance of these skills.Read More →

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – The Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities (DoBS) and the Lehigh Valley Health Network Pocono Region Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) announced a virtual series that will help first-time moms build strong personal financial skills as part of of a voluntary support program. NFP provides free support, counseling andRead More →

Pioneer high school graduates from Quezon City Science High School cheer and throw off their graduation caps in April last year after commencement rites. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PHOTO THE Department of Education (DepEd) has launched the Technology Assisted Professional Immersion Benefit or Oplan Tawid to provide secondary school (SHS) studentsRead More →

Today (7 February 2022), the government is calling on industry leaders and the general public to help find and nurture the next generation of transport leaders. A 12-week consultation will help to better understand the future skills needed to boost diversity, close the skills gap and promote careers in theRead More →

A spokesman for Jobs, Workforce and Skills Minister Stuart Robert said the government had provided more than $7 billion in funding to boost apprenticeships and work placements. “We start 2022 with nearly half a million job-ready Australians up-skilling or up-skilling with well over 270,000 JobTrainer sign-ups and the highest levelRead More →

I commend the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for identifying literacy as a crucial aspect of education and its commitment to distribute $18 million in grants to improve literacy in the State of Missouri. . Literacy plays an important role in reducing inequalities between genders, races and religionsRead More →

Feb. 02 (THEWILL) – The House of Representatives on Wednesday expressed the urgent need to introduce skills acquisition as a compulsory subject in the basic education curriculum as part of ongoing efforts to combat rising unemployment rate in the country. Lawmakers specifically expressed serious concerns about statistics from the NationalRead More →

The skills challenge in Africa remains an obstacle to growth. In South Africa, the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) was established in 2010 as a way to connect people to skills development and try to ‘tackling bottlenecks‘. This question was also addressed by the Labor Market Intelligence Research Programthe BusinessRead More →

Mentor-led bootcamps cover tracks in cybersecurity, data analytics, data science, and software engineering, with an emphasis on working adults and non-traditional students. “This partnership builds on our strength in providing in-depth and flexible learning opportunities for students at any stage of their career path, and Springboard’s expertise in project-based onlineRead More →

77 years ago, on January 27, 1945, the Soviet army entered the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp and freed more than 7,000 prisoners, according to the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Auschwitz is well known for being the largest concentration camp operated by Nazi Germany during World War II. Coinciding with Auschwitz LiberationRead More →

With all the changes happening in student life amid the pandemic, such as virtual learning, developing and practicing soft skills has become more difficult. A fourth-year biomedical science student at the University of Guelph wanted to help students take their soft skills and learning to new heights. So he wroteRead More →

The best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews at Apple podcast Where Podcast One. Calling the military software factory a software factory is actually a misnomer. The service does not build software. It’s about building the skills of soldiers and civiliansRead More →