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Gov. Lujan Grisham holds higher education roundtable in Española | Office of the Governor – Michelle Lujan Grisham – Office of the Governor

ESPAÑOLA – Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Wednesday hosted a roundtable discussion in Española on the subject of higher education in New Mexico, meeting with students and state scholarship recipients, local higher education leaders, local elected officials and more to discuss the state’s ongoing efforts to improve access to high-quality higher education and the governor’s …

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Music festival to bring fire education to Grand Lake – Sky Hi News

Grand Lake plans to celebrate the community’s resiliency at the first ever Troublesome Fest this Saturday. Saturday’s music festival is a fundraiser for the new nonprofit, Fire on the Mountain, which aims to produce community events to raise money for wildfire mitigation, education, prevention and recovery. Co-founders Krystal Steward and Stephanie Conners explained that the …

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Advancing education | Sept. 8-14, 2021 – Real Change News

Since January 2021, 95 preschools in King County have permanently shut their doors. In-home and institutional child care providers struggle to receive equitable support from the state but remain determined to prioritize and educate children. Long before the global pandemic, the United States had woefully underinvested in the child care industry. The U.S. government has …

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Ohio University Lancaster student receives recognition from Ohio Education Association – Ohio University

Leah Phillips, a senior at OHIO Lancaster studying middle childhood education, was recognized for distinguished service by the Ohio Education Association Board of Directors. The Ohio Education Association (OEA) represents more than 121,000 teachers, faculty members and support professionals who work in Ohio’s schools, colleges, and universities to help improve public education and the lives …

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A generation of American men give up on higher education, slowly widening the education gap – MarketWatch

Men are abandoning higher education in such numbers that they now trail female college students by record levels. At the close of the 2020-21 academic year, women made up 59.5% of college students, an all-time high, and men 40.5%, according to enrollment data from the National Student Clearinghouse, a nonprofit research group. U.S. colleges and …

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Democrats Want $761 Billion for Education and Workforce Programs – Bloomberg

House Democrats plan to spend $761 billion to expand access to education, child care and workforce retraining, laying down another plank of their plan for the largest expansion of the U.S. social safety net since the 1960s. The Education and Labor Committee legislation released Wednesday is part of a slated $3.5 trillion budget bill that …

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State education commissioner visits Leavenworth – Leavenworth Times

The Kansas commissioner of education said the state has increased high school graduate rates in recent years. But educators still need to figure out how this success can be achieved for all students. “And that’s what we’re trying to do,” Randy Watson said. The education commissioner and Deputy Commissioner Brad Neuenswander visited Leavenworth on Tuesday …

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DiNapoli: Pandemic Disrupts Special Education; Many Students Missing Mandated Services – osc.state.ny.us

New York students with disabilities lost partial or full special education services because of school shutdowns and the shift to remote learning during the pandemic that likely exacerbated pre-existing achievement gaps, according to a report released today by New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. “Remote learning disrupted the entire educational system, but the students …

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LISTEN: Tatiana Height on the importance of cultural perspectives in environmental education – Environmental Health News

Tatiana (Tots) Height, joins the Agents of Change in Environmental Justice podcast to discuss intersection of urban planning and environmental health, and how’s she pushing for equity in environmental access and education. Height, an EdD candidate in the Agricultural and Extension Education program at NC State University, talks about her meticulous approach to figuring out …

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