LCC Continuing Education Courses – The Daily News | Team Cansler

Registration for the fall quarter continuing education courses at Lower Columbia College is open. For more information about the courses or to register, visit If you have any questions, email Continuing Education accepts course suggestions for new courses and instructors. Anyone interested in teaching their knowledge of an interesting or fun topic is … Read more

Ag College Enrollment Powered by Labor Market – AgUpdate | Team Cansler

At the University of Missouri’s College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, students can study a variety of agricultural fields. Photo courtesy of the University of Missouri A strong agricultural labor market supports enrollment in university schools. According to university officials, students see many opportunities in the career field as well as a constant need … Read more

Big Sean talks about influencing the next generation of black college students – The Root | Team Cansler

photo: ally finance Big Sean is a man of the people. No matter where he has been in his career, the Detroit rapper has always expressed his commitment to helping those in need. It started in Detroit, now he has taken on that mission thanks to his worldwide Sean Anderson Foundation. Between September 15th and … Read more

Young mom exposes ‘lies’ of US education in new film aimed at parents – The Epoch Times | Team Cansler

April Few once lived a life that made her appear like a “poster child” for liberal attitudes, she says. Despite growing up in South Carolina in a solid two-parent household with one sibling, Few became promiscuous as a teenager and young adult. She dealt with homosexuality. She shaved her head and wore masculine clothes because … Read more

Is your child getting a good reading lesson? – US News & World Report | Team Cansler

Parents taking their young children to school for the first time may be amazed by the books lining the classroom walls — but these collections of books aren’t necessarily a guarantee that their children will learn to read them. According to cognitive scientist and reading expert Pamela Snow, parents might be surprised to learn that … Read more

What a college minor is and why it matters – US News & World Report | Team Cansler

A college major carries significant weight in higher education, shaping career paths and lives when students work in a particular discipline. Undergraduate students should also carefully consider their choice of college minor, experts say. A college major refers to structured coursework that students complete in a chosen primary area of ​​study. The exact number of … Read more

No-Loan Financial Aid Colleges: What You Should Know – US News & World Report | Team Cansler

The cost of attending college continues to rise for American students. To ease the financial burden on families and students, a small subset of schools have adopted “no-loan” policies, removing federal loans from financial aid packages and replacing those funds with scholarships, grants, and work studies. (Getty Images) The idea is for students to graduate … Read more

Barsanti Named Teacher of Excellence in Martin County – Daily Reflector | Team Cansler

Jamesville Elementary School teacher Amy Barsanti is the district’s Teacher of Excellence for 2022, the announcement was made at the Martin County Schools board meeting Monday. She was voted into the position by her peers and then elected by a committee composed of county leaders. Her award puts her in the running for Regional Teacher … Read more

Pennsylvania Democratic gubernatorial nominee backs school election proposal – The Christian Post | Team Cansler

Pennsylvania Attorney General and Democratic nominee for governor Josh Shapiro speaks at a rally alongside union members outside Smithfield United Church of Christ in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Monday, September 19, 2022. | Jeff Swensen/Getty Images Pennsylvania’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate and current state attorney general, Josh Shapiro, has expressed support for at least some private school … Read more

UN appeal to world leaders to protect Afghan girls’ education – Al Jazeera English | Team Cansler

After Somaya Faruqi, the former captain of the Afghan girls’ robotic team, pleaded with world leaders at the United Nations to protect education and women’s rights in Afghanistan a year after the Taliban takeover, she broke backstage in tears. “Last year I was in the classroom, but this year the girls are not in the … Read more