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By Jill Bernstein Communications
New Book by Peter W. Cookson, Jr. Examines the Powerful Effects of Social Class on Education
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By Bartow Ford Company
Bartow Ford hosted its 19th Annual Drive for Excellence event, honoring 20 Polk County Junior and Senior finalists who achieved educational excellence during the 2011- 2012 school year.
By EXPO CENTRE SHARJAH
The International Education Show 2012 set to reflect changing higher education landscape
More than 800 teenagers from Long Island and metropolitan New York-area schools converged for a local kickoff of the FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC®) where they learned details of a new robotics game called “Rebound RumbleSM”
By Scott Kelly
Best selling author Sharon Lechter’s financial literacy organization, Pay Your Family First, has joined forces with the non-profit group, Choices Educational Empowerment to launch the first ThriveTime Scholarship Challenge at Estrella High School
By Sam Johnson
This season Coach Corley teamed up with My Goal Mine to help players implement one of the most important things a person can learn: how to live a goal oriented life.
By Ventura County's Community for a Clean Watershed
Ventura County’s Community for a Clean Watershed is launching a new youth outreach campaign with Q104.7 FM to help reduce trash in the county's watershed.
By Dan Van der Vieren, CJSF
$500,000 awarded to Carson J Spencer Foundation to develop youth social entrepreneurship program aimed at preventing suicide in Colorado high schools. This year there will be 10 schools in the program, with a goal of 80 total classrooms by 2015.
Proceeds Go To Fred Breithut Scholarship Fund.
Mr. Zobel looks to continue partnerships between schools and businesses and retain Long Island's future workforce.
More than 40 Long Island teams will receive their instructions via NASA satellite transmission from FIRST headquarters in New Hampshire, then pick up their kits of parts to begin the 42-day period of designing and building their robots.
MEDIA ADVISORY For October 16: SBPLI-LI FIRST, Deer Park HS Present 6th Annual Deer Pk. Invitational
Sixteen high schools participate in tournament designed to showcase the benefits of robotics programs on students, schools and their communities.
By World Affairs Forum
Questions on Genocide, Oman and the World Cup will be among those asked of the 80 students competing in Academic WorldQuest on March 6, 2010, at UCONN/Stamford. This competition of high school teams is organized by the World Affairs Forum.
By John McDonald
MPR Associates inc., Thursday, December 3, will release Measuring Success, Making Progress, a new, comprehensive Web-based summary of educational outcomes in California.
By enCircle Media
K-12 Directory of Schools brings the best schools, (elementary schools, secondary schools, and high schools included), to the fingertips of inquiring parents. Search by zip code, address, or city/state.
By Jo Keim
Now in its seventh year, the Bethpage Federal Credit Union (Bethpage) Foundation Scholarship Program each year awards 10 Long Island high school graduates with scholarships totaling $1,000.
By Royal Flush/Hiphopgivesback.org/Tunnel Vision Mgmt
Royal Flush and HipHopGivesBack.org go into schools, with the aim to R.Y.M.E
All-in-one classroom package offers increased learning flexibility for high schools, community colleges and universities.