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COSTA MESA, Calif., Oct. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Insight Financial Services (IFS), a division of Insight Investments, LLC, today announced that it has been awarded a three-year contract from The Organization for Education and Technology Curriculum (OETC) as an approved IT equipment leasing services vendor. OETC is a nonprofit consortium of schools, universities and …

LONDON, Oct. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Sophia Technologies, co-founded by former independent school head teacher Melissa McBride, has exceeded its £300,000 investment target by nearly double. A start-up that has just turned 2 years old and is worth over £2.5 million, Sophia is a UK based EdTech disruptor bringing full time, online education and on-demand private …

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — It’s a small start. Just five Chromebooks delivered to help children whose families fight homelessness or who are in foster care. Our first stop was to meet Carla Alvarez, a mother of four who lost her job during the COVID-19 pandemic and was on the verge of eviction. “Helpless,” said Alvarez …

UNCG won’t have its traditional week-long spring break “to limit mass movement of people to and from campus, which has been proven to fuel the spread of the virus here and among our home communities,” the university said its Oct. 13 message. “We know that this is disappointing, but the evidence from the fall clearly …

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Midwestern State University canceled its spring break for the 2020-2021 academic year on Wednesday. University administration believes it will minimize travel for students and faculty and hopefully prevent further spread of COVID-19. This came as a bit of a surprise as faculty members were aware this could happen, but were not …

COLUMBIA, S.C. — An unprecedented global pandemic continued to swirl around them, one of their classmates was just found dead in a quarry, midterm exams pressed down on them, and they had news to gather day after day. And classes to attend. And jobs to work. And sleep — no, very little sleep. The staff …

By Staff | on October 20, 2020 Audible stories made possible by the Prescott Hearing Center. Get your FREE hearing test today! Yavapai County School Superintendent Tim Carter is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Edward Mezulis to the Valley Academy of Career and Technology Education (VACTE) District …

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — According to industry reports, women make up only about 25% of the tech workforce and around 98% of the tech workforce is white. On Oct. 20, The Geek Foundation is hosting a panel called Breaking Barriers: Diversifying Tech Through Accessible Education to break down the need for diversity in the tech industry. …

Summarizing this, Potter-McIntyre said what her team’s research showed was that the Mississippi River was flowing long before it was commonly believed to have been. Initially, it was believed the Mississippi River began flowing about 20 million years ago. However, because of Potter-McIntyre’s and Breeden’s work, it is now believed to have started flowing 70 …

Currently, pre-K and kindergarten students may attend half-day in person if their families choose. All other grades are doing remote learning, with some grades poised to begin in-person classes as soon as Oct. 20.  During Tuesday night’s board meeting, Contreras brought in Guilford County Health Department Director Iulia Vann to help answer questions. A few board …