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Several colleges have increased enrollment and reaped financial gains from using Rize Education’s courses in high-demand fields, largely overcoming faculty concerns about loss of control.

University buys assets of publicly traded Zovio to bring management of its roughly 28,000 online students in-house, citing online program management’s “inherent conflict.” Glad you finally noticed, critics say.

Two experts discuss the digital divide (including for adjuncts), the importance of training and how to ensure online education is a force for equity, not a deterrent to it.

Instructors’ awareness and use of open educational resources and their recognition of the efficacy of digital texts rose sharply this year, an annual survey finds.

As other public institutions seek to expand their offerings for place-bound adult learners, the formal end of the homegrown eVersity offers some lessons.

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Killexams : Hermiston Education Foundation offers scholarships

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Killexams : Maurice Lucas Foundation: Teaching Life Lessons through Education and Sport No result found, try new keyword!PORTLAND, Ore. — About the Foundation: Maurice cared immensely for the Portland community. He sought to empower youth by creating opportunity, especially where little existed. He was devoted to ... Fri, 27 Jan 2023 04:38:00 -0600 en text/html https://katu.com/features/maurice-lucas-foundation-teaching-life-lessons-through-education-and-sport Killexams : Foundation Seeks Increased Recognition of Teaching Profession

To mark 2022 World Teachers’ Day, a foremost education intervention Non-Governmental Organization in Nigeria, Inoyo Toro Foundation, has called for increased recognition of teachers and the teaching profession, as a first step to getting things right in the country’s education sector.

It said the call was in line with the theme assigned by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) for the 2022 World Teachers’ Day – ‘The Transformation of Education Begins with Teachers’.

In a statement issued in Uyo and signed by the Foundation’s Board Secretary, Dr. George Akpan, the Foundation urged all stakeholders to recognize teachers’ centrality in arresting the rapid decline in Nigeria’s education sector.

It noted that everyone had a role to play in encouraging teachers so they can do more to Improve the standard of education, adding that any society that desires a better tomorrow for its people must substantially invest in the education of the people.

The statement recounted the contributions of the Foundation in the last 15 years towards inspiring teachers and teaching excellence particularly across public secondary schools in Akwa Ibom State.

It expressed satisfaction that such contributions had benefitted many teachers in the state, one of whom had gone on to achieve global acclaim. 

The Foundation’s latest teacher ambassador, Ephraim Jacob Inyangudo, had recently emerged as first South-Southern Nigerian to win the prestigious Fullbright Teaching Excellence and Advancement Fellowship Award in United States of America.

Reflecting on the lyrics of a music piece “Teye ke ateacher akukpep” by a celebrated maestro, Dr. Uko Akpan, the statement reminded everyone who could read and write to remember they were helped by teachers and urged them to demonstrate gratitude by saying “Thank You” to a teacher on Teachers’ Day.

Inoyo Toro Foundation is one of Nigeria’s first education-focused NGOs which has so far spent over half a billion naira to reward over 256 teachers, train over 3500 teachers and four principals, mentor over 5280 students and positively impact over 90 schools in Akwa Ibom State. 

The Foundation’s 15th anniversary and teachers’ excellence award ceremony is slated to hold on Friday, November 4, at Ibom E-Library, Uyo.

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Killexams : Pitt Foundation gives $1 million to Center for Creative Education

Pauline Pitt stands behind Jackie Breckenridge, second left, Kate Gubelmann, second right, and children, Pelham, from left, Esmeralda, Namiko and Kahlani.

During his life, Pauline Pitt's husband Bill was a philanthropist with a particular interest in education. As president and CEO of the William Pitt Foundation, Pauline Pitt is responsible for carrying out his philanthropic wishes.

The Center for Creative Education was wishing to expand its reach to underserved children with its new Foundations School.

The CCE needed money. The foundation needed to provide money away.

It was a perfect storm of philanthropy.

To that end, the William H. Pitt Foundation has gifted $1 million to the CCE to support capital construction, programming expansion and scholarship at its Foundations School.

Foundations offers classes from kindergarten to fifth grade and aims transform both teaching and learning through creativity and the arts.

"FCCE’s hands-on approach provides support to the most vulnerable students across the county,” Pitt said. “Our board saw an opportunity to help change our county’s studying statistics by supporting CCE’s unique approach — an arts-based curriculum to combat the education crisis. We love what they are doing, and their results are undeniable.”

In gratitude for the gift, the 1,300-square-foot entry solarium at The Foundations School will be named after The William H. Pitt Foundation.

“We started the Foundations School in January 2021, intending to combat the literacy crisis plaguing our communities and using an arts-based curriculum to teach academic subjects,” said Robert L. Hamon, president and CEO of CCE. “This generous gift from the William H. Pitt Foundation enables us to change lives right here in our community.”

Tuition and fees at the school are assessed on a sliding scale; families are asked to pay only what they can afford. Because 99% of students qualify for need-based scholarships, tuition accounts for a very small percentage of the school’s operating revenue.

The shortfall is made up by individuals, state and local government, corporations, and foundations.

In August 2021, only 33% of third graders entering The Foundations School were studying at or above grade level. By the end of the school year, 67% of those students were studying at or above grade level.

CCE is now moving into Phase 2 of its $20 million capital campaign to build out the new campus. They are about to break ground on the Susan and Dom Telesco Arts and Science Center, a 22,000-square-foot building that will house a theater, an art gallery, STEM labs, art studios, and more. This new space also will serve as a cultural resource for the community.

For more information about CCE and to support The Foundations School and Phase 2 of CCE’s capital campaign, visit cceflorida.org.

This article originally appeared on Palm Beach Daily News: Pitt Foundation donates $1 Million to Center for Creative Education

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Killexams : Education Foundation of Sarasota County provides scholarship database, Jump Start support

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SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - The Education Foundation of Sarasota County hosts a scholarship database on its website, which students can use to find numerous opportunities as students around the area apply and are accepted into different programs.

The Education Foundation is also accepting applications for Jump Start Scholarships, which help low-income students pay for their first year of college or technical training.

To help students more easily find ways to pay for education after high school, the Education Foundation hosts a scholarship database on its website. Students can use this database to find many local scholarships as well as some statewide and even national funding opportunities. The database is a one-stop shop for scholarships.

The Education Foundation’s scholarship database can be accessed here. 

In addition to hosting its scholarship database, the Education Foundation is accepting applications for its Jump Start Scholarships. These scholarships, for low-income students, cover 30 credit hours at the Florida state college tuition rate, providing as much as $3,400 in support. Students can apply here.

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Killexams : American Water Charitable Foundation Awards $375,000 through STEM Education Grant Program No result found, try new keyword!In recognition of National Engineers Week beginning next week, the American Water Charitable Foundation is proud to announce the 2022 STEM Education grant recipients are: “The Clay Center for ... Thu, 16 Feb 2023 04:03:00 -0600 https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20230216005746/en/American-Water-Charitable-Foundation-Awards-375000-through-STEM-Education-Grant-Program
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