Jill Biden is pushing free access to community college and training programs, saying the schools will be an important part of Biden administration efforts to rebuild the economy.
By Tamar Lapin
Originally posted on the New York Post.
Amanda Gorman, a 22-year-old Harvard graduate from California, made US history on Wednesday as the youngest person ever chosen to write a poem for a presidential inauguration.
by Doug Bonderud
The “IT guy” stereotype is entrenched in popular culture: Socially awkward and technically adept, these experts excel at connecting devices and fixing network problems—but they’re rarely consulted about strategic business decisions.
By Erin Schilling of the Business Journals (Atlanta)
Marcus Blackwell Jr. always struggled with math in school. Instead of algebra equations, he preferred practicing gospel and classical jazz music on the piano. But during his sophomore year at Morehouse College, he realized just how intertwined the two subjects are. Continue reading Atlanta-based edtech startup uses pop songs to tackle students’ fear of math
Cities want to attract highly educated workers to fuel their economic growth and tax revenues. Higher levels of education tend to lead to higher salaries.
It’s no wonder that Keena Duncan of Southhaven, Mississippi fell in love with the Little Medical School franchise concept. Continue reading Couple Shares Passion for Careers in Medical Field Through Educating, Entertaining Young People
At Southfield Primary School in Coventry, England, a group of nine young students attend their school’s after school coding club where they learn basic coding, CSS, and HTML. Continue reading Meet Southfield Primary’s Newest Teacher: A Ten-Year-Old
By Aidan Currie
Hello and Happy Pride 2020! This will certainly be one of the most unusual Pride months on the books, and it’s important that we continue to find the silver linings in life and work during these tumultuous times. Continue reading Get to Know Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA)
The University of Texas at Arlington, otherwise known as UT Arlington, will be giving its students $10.6 million in grants through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Continue reading UT Arlington to Give $10.6m in Student Grants