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By Hello Productions
Prom will include students from nine regional school districts
5 RI High School Women & IT Educator Receive National Award for Computing Achievements & Aspirations
By Tech Collective
Tech Collective, Roger Williams University, and the National Center for Women & Information Technology presented the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing.
By Education Modified
With an increasingly wide range of abilities in one classroom, teachers face the challenge of designing personalized learning plans for many diverse needs.
By Dr. Alexander & Co
“Student Rising Star Award” recipients to be honored at the 2014 President’s Installation & Awards Ceremony on June 14 at the Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa in Las Vegas
By The IXL Company
Those taking a new English A-level may be asked to study a UK comedian, Russell Brand, and his evidence to a group of MP’s about drug addiction and treatment, one of the ideas being put forward for A-levels. The Ixl Company investigates
Following the research by the National Union of Students (NUS), which highlighted that three quarters of students are living in poor accommodation, a study has been undertaken to discover exactly What Students Seek from their accommodation to identify...
By Michigan State University
Douglas W. Estry, Ph.D., associate provost for Undergraduate Education and dean of Undergraduate Studies at Michigan State University, is the recipient of the Michael C.
Unique, one of a kind baccalaureate service in the world, was held at University of Nevada-Reno (UNR) in USA on April 27 evening.
By Communities In Schools of Atlanta
10th annual Choose Success Awards Dinner Gala recognizes accomplishments of students
The popular FEKO Student Competition is once again open to all under-graduates and post-graduates who work on a supervised project in electromagnetic engineering and make use of FEKO.
By Multicultural Centre of Southwest Florida
New Committee Gears Up for the Biggest-Ever Big Backpack Event
By Atlanta's John Marshall Law School
Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School (AJMLS), is pleased to announce the upcoming arrival of our Seventh Annual Youth and the Law Summit - this Saturday.
By Discover What's Stopping You
Keeping Students Focused on Studies, Homework, and Projects As Summer Draws Near Can Be Challenging
Extremely Useful Online Tool Let’s You Clip and Organize Everything You Care About
By Family Exchange
Cultural Awareness Program Seeks World-Minded Family Host Ambassadors and Volunteers
By Minding Our Business
Trenton’s P.J. Hill Elementary School was bustling with activity and entrepreneurial spirit on April 5, as Trenton students donned their entrepreneurial caps and participated in the 18th annual Minding Our Business (MOB) Market Fair Day.
By Fashions Finest
We will be showcasing some emerging designers and have the pleasure of being entertained by some of the UK's newest talent hitting the music scene.
By Kent State - College of Business Administration
Representatives from Progressive, the insurance corporation, will be on the Kent State University campus on April 7 to share career advice and fun with students.
Adapting to college life can be difficult since it’s usually a student’s first time away from home and the beginning of taking full responsibility of their own lives.
By Antonelli College
Antonelli College's West Chester Campus demonstrated career paths to Junior Achievement kids
By Pilgrim Lutheran School
Pilgrim Lutheran School’s program offers fresh, homemade lunches catered to students needs
By Florida Initiative for Electoral Reform
Student organizations in Florida have called on the Legislature to establish an explicit right to vote, a task force on voting to expand and improve voting access, and repeal 2011's House Bill 1355.
By Jack and Jill Montgomery County
Montgomery County Jack and Jill to present best and brightest at the 2014 Golden Legacy Cotillion - Beautillion.
By Tomsk State University
Evgeny Sidnev, Artem Pomiluyko and Stanislav Rychagov (Sapunity company), second-year students of Physics and Technology Department, are developing a web application called RIW: Internet without Restrictions.
By whiteboard store
Students are buying Whiteboards to take them to university to help with their studies.
By Vital Link of Orange County
Hands-on opportunity for students to explore careers in science, technology, engineering, math and the arts to be held April 11-13 at the OC Fair & Event Center, in partnership with OC Fair Imaginology
By Rashid Brown
President Obama affrimed "nobody who works full-time should ever have to raise a family in poverty."
By ARS Air Conditioning and Heating
Temecula Valley Students are Invited to “Think Green” for a Chance to Win up to $500
By Gilbert Sister Cities
Gilbert Sister Cities announces this year’s winners of its annual high school youth exchange to Leshan, China and Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland.
Puerto Vallarta, one of Mexico’s most popular destinations because of its world-class infrastructure and authentic Mexican feeling, is preparing for the arrival of this year’s Spring Break.
By Fresh Start Rental
January 20, 2013: ‘Fresh Start Rental,’ – a company gaining popularity at a blistering pace in the country, got featured as the ‘Business of the Week’ on the No. 1 Hit Music Radio Station in the Western Cape in South Africa - 94.5 Kfm.
To celebrate the most memorable phase of student life - college days, IndiaCollegeSearch kick started the new year by launching a photo contest on its official Facebook page.
By pine manor 401
Chicago Arts Orchestra Resurrects Treasure Trove of Spanish Colonial Music for 2014 Season. The Kapelle of Concordia University Chicago join the CAO in two performances of Rediscovered Treasures IV Music of 18th-Century Spain and Mexico.
By NRMA Insurance
Research reveals 78 per cent of Australian high school students are carrying up to $1000 worth of items with them daily in school bags jam-packed with technology.
By Media Partners, Inc.
National Number Knockout Invites Students to Compete for $10,000 Prize
Bethpage, NY, February 12, 2014 – In recognition of Black History Month, Optimum, in conjunction with the Smithsonian Channel™, is sponsoring the “Make Your Mark” video contest for high school students.
By Alive With Ideas
Alan Oram, Creative Designer and Director of Alive With Ideas visits Basingstoke College of Technology to support the students, offering some constructive advice and direction, inspiring creativity and igniting an enterprising spirit amongst the young...
By Jonathon J Smith
Johnathon J. Smith shares his formula for success based in his own story
By LINK Unlimited
Organization to celebrate 48 years of mentoring economically disadvantaged African American youth while saluting long-time mentor and benefactor Patrice DeCorrevont, J.P. Morgan
By UltraVision CLPL
As part of their studies in A Level Science, students from Vandyke Upper School and Community College enjoyed a second visit to contact lens manufacturer UltraVision. Double the amount of students attended this year, making it the busiest tour yet.
By Elizabeth Forward School District
The Dream Factory is an Art, Computer Science and Technology Education program
By Spin Communique
The third annual launch of an art competition, the most widespread youth talent contest, inviting schools and students all over India
By Campus Recruitment
Campus Recruitment and Freshman Assessment Battery (FAB) by psychometrica
By Palm Beach International Film Festival
Student Showcase of Films’ deadline is quickly approaching
By School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.
School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. (SBPLI) has announced that the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Tech Challenge (FTC) Qualifying Tournament will be held on Sunday, January 19 at Hewlett High School from 9.
By Capita Conferences
Capita’s Meeting the New Standards for English Conference will enable you to explore how schools have delivered outstanding teaching and learning in English, and excelled in areas emphasised in the new curriculum.
By Max Grades Min Effort
Honours civil engineering graduate Jacky Truong's new study system, "Max Grades Min Effort," will teach students how to achieve balance while navigating both the social and academic worlds in university and college.
By Max Grades Min Effort
"Max Grades Min Effort," a study system created by honours civil engineering graduate Jacky Truong, will enable students to overcome learning difficulties in order to achieve academic success.
By School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.
School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. (SBPLI) recently announced that its 2014 season for the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition (FRC) will kick off on January 4, 2014, starting at 9:30 a.m.
By The Urban League of Philadelphia
(PHILADELPHIA—December 16, 2013) The Urban League of Philadelphia (ULP) announced today that the organization is accepting applications for the 2014 Community Scholars college scholarship program.
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