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HE Challenges: Fast changing digital teaching methods

Neo LMS

The future looks like this: Access to college-level education will be free for everyone; the residential college campus will become largely obsolete; tens of thousands of professors will lose their jobs; the bachelor’s degree will become increasingly irrelevant; and ten years from now Harvard will enroll ten million students.”. .”

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VHS Learning Elects Dr. Yolanda D. Johnson to its Board of Directors

eSchool News

Johnson currently serves as the Executive Officer for Student Services at Springfield Public Schools, where she oversees school counseling and social work services, dropout prevention and graduation improvement strategies, and college access and success initiatives. Courses are approved for initial eligibility by NCAA.

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OPINION: Often overlooked vocational-tech schools provide great solutions to student debt, labor shortages

The Hechinger Report

Meanwhile, the overall dropout rate at regional voc-techs is 0.5 percent statewide dropout rate, according to 2020-21 Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education data, and special needs students fare particularly well at voc-tech schools. percent , even lower than the overall 1.5

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OPINION: Why school shutdowns are a disaster for science classes

The Hechinger Report

While pre-Ks, elementary schools and some schools for children with complex disabilities reopened in December, there is still no plan to reopen middle and high schools. Unsurprisingly, such foundational STEM disparities extend far beyond secondary school education. Related: We must boost elementary science education.

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How one city closed the digital divide for nearly all its students

The Hechinger Report

You don’t have a computer, you don’t have internet, you can’t even access distance learning,” Silver said. RELATED: Racial segregation is one reason some families have internet access and others don’t, new research finds. In May 2021, Think College Now elementary students sit in class after returning to in-person learning.

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Buffalo shows turnaround of urban schools is possible, but it takes a lot more than just money

The Hechinger Report

I would have been a dropout.”. 1 request wasn’t about academics but access to mental health services. And 52 of the district’s 59 buildings provide in-school access to mental health services. I don’t even talk to my [real] sister about them or cry in front of her. And I do that with [Stubbe]. Dedecker said the No.

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4 things innovative districts do to improve graduation rates

eSchool News

We rounded up some best practices League members use to ensure students stay in school, get their degrees, and are prepared for success in their post-secondary endeavors. Yet every student in Piedmont is given a laptop in school and to take home and, through partnerships developed by the district, can access free or low-cost broadband 24/7.