School Staff, Students Dedicate New Lincoln Education Center – Brainerd Dispatch | Team Cansler

BRAINERD – “A safe environment for students and teachers is a prerequisite for learning.” It is part of the Lincoln Education Center’s stated mission. Thanks to community support and a sizeable donation from Sourcewell, Wade Haapajoki and his fellow teachers have this environment for their students at Lincoln Education Center. The new Lincoln Education Center … Read more

Marlington Receives Ohio Department of Education Literacy Scholarship – Canton Repository | Team Cansler

LEXINGTONTWP. − Mary Beth DelCalzo, an elementary school teacher in Lexington, soothed the wobbly preschoolers sitting on the floor in front of her so they could hear the words she was about to say. “What word rhymes with cat?” She began. “Listen to your choices: mat or mop.” The children chorused, “Mat!” The class sailed … Read more

OPINION: Can we improve public education by subsidizing private education? – Coeur d’Alene Press | Team Cansler

The President and CEO of the Mountain States Policy Center, which bills itself as an “independent free market think tank,” recently published a thought article on how Idaho’s public school system could be improved. First, MSPC claims that we can restore trust in public schools by using taxpayers’ money to fund private education. Second, he … Read more

Celebrating 25 Years of Catholic Education Foundation – The Leaven.com | Team Cansler

Vicky Simms, a senior at Hayden High School in Topeka, explains how a Catholic Education Foundation scholarship has enabled her to have a bright future. PHOTO BY JILL RAGAR ESFELD by Jill Ragar Esfeldjill.esfeld@theleaven.org OVERLAND PARK – When presenter Christa Dubill asked at the end of the Gaudeamus gala on October 29: ‘Do we have … Read more

Shaheen demands federal money after Executive Council rejects sex education – Valley News | Team Cansler

Editor’s Note: This story was first published on New Hampshire Bulletin. CONCORD — After the Executive Council voted on Tuesday to reject a sex education program aimed at reducing teenage pregnancies, a spokeswoman for Senator Jeanne Shaheen said she was working to replace funding. And Democratic Councilwoman Cinde Warmington said she is speaking to the … Read more

Importance of Using Technology in Education for Students – Intelligent Life | Team Cansler

The 21st century is the century of information and telecommunications technologies. The importance of technology in education is obvious. It is difficult, if not impossible, to imagine a student not using computers, electronic devices or the Internet. Students receive and send e-mails to their professors and use resources from network libraries. You receive distance learning. … Read more

USF’s new St. Pete Chancellor asks a question: “What are we going to become?” – Tampa Bay Times | Team Cansler

Four and a half months after Christian Hardigree became regional chancellor for the University of South Florida campus in St. Petersburg, her adjustment is based on her previous experience in the hospitality industry. “Hospitality is about how you feel,” said Hardigree, 52, who once was a trial attorney defending hotels, restaurants and nightclubs in Las … Read more

Esports can benefit the education sector by improving student skills and engagement, says Info-Tech Research Group – Yahoo Finance | Team Cansler

The value of esports is particularly relevant at the post-secondary level for student development, recruitment and retention. TORONTO, November 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Esports, an activity in which video games are played competitively by professionals, is a growing trend in the education sector. Esports is popular with a variety of students, including those who may … Read more

Esports can benefit the education sector by improving student skills and engagement, says Info-Tech Research Group – PR Newswire | Team Cansler

The value of esports is particularly relevant at the post-secondary level for student development, recruitment and retention. TORONTO, November 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Esports, an activity in which video games are played competitively by professionals, is a growing trend in the education sector. Esports is popular with a variety of students, including those who may … Read more

Some SC universities see increased enrollment in undergraduate programs – Charleston Post Courier | Team Cansler

South Carolina’s teaching vacancies are at record highs, but undergraduate programs for at least two of South Carolina’s largest universities continue to attract more students. While other college education programs have seen fewer students in recent years, the College of Charleston had about 34 percent more students enrolled in its undergraduate degree this fall than … Read more