This five-minute film looks at a student team from Rock Valley College working on a real-world project for a contract manufacturer, Clinkenbeard. For prospec...
After 75 Years, Explorers Discover Missing WWII Submarine U.S.S. Grayback 1,400 Feet Under the Sea
The families of the 80 U.S. sailors who were on board will now have closure
7 Helpful Manufactured and Modular Home Financing Tips
Manufactured and Modular Home News - The purchase of a new home is an exciting time for everyone. At times, it might even be a challenge just to stop daydreaming about how wonderful your new h
Medical Students Say Their Opioid Experiences Will Shape How They Prescribe
One medical student was addicted to opioids. Another relied on them to control disabling pain. Both think their experiences will help them be better doctors when it comes to prescribing opioids.
Western Governors University: How Innovation Delivers Better Experiences & Outcomes for Students
Join Gallup and Western Governors University (WGU) at this event to hear about their latest research on WGU's unique, contemporary education model and the im...
Students to Get Paid to Learn Through New Manufacturing Program
Skill UP Indiana!, a unique manufacturing program allowing students to learn while they earn money, will begin classes Monday morning.
How field trips boost students’ lifelong learning
My second-grader recently went on a school field trip to the zoo to learn about bats His teacher prepped his class leading up to the visit, asking the students to read books and magazine articles about bats. My son peppered me with bat facts. When the day of the field trip arrived, my son was super excited. He reported back that while at the zoo, they watched a video about bats, studied the tiny bones of a bat’s skeleton and compared the wings…
Field Trip! 10 Books That Will Send Kids Exploring
Children's librarian Mara Alpert recommends 10 titles that will send youngsters off on brand-new adventures. In these books, kids will learn what baby animals do on their first day of life, what baseball games are like in Japan, and what happens when you read a poem from bottom to top.
Vet 101: N.J. school, animal hospital give teens hands-on experience
Kingsway Regional High School and Swedesboro Animal Hospital have entered into a partnership that will allow students hands-on veterinary experience.
Schools Must Not Wash Their Hands Of Expelled Students
While schools will retain the right to exclude students, there are too many instances of exclusion being used unfairly, according to a new report.
Glacier Bay National Park trip: A guide for explorers
Students learning how math and art go hand in hand
Local students are learning how art and science go hand in hand this week.
WHAT'S OUT THERE... A Planetarium Experience
Using the Starlab Portable Planetarium System we bring the universe to you. A field trip without leaving the site. The students are able to view the nighttime sky on the particular day of the...
Nursing students learn how to control bleeding in the field until help arrives
Stop the Bleed campaign was launched in Orlando in 2017 by Orlando Health and several local agencies. The aim of the national campaign is to train bystanders to stop the bleeding when someone nearby has trauamtic injury.
A professor explores why his students self-segregate (essay)
Should we intervene, a faculty member asks, when students automatically choose to join groups of their own race in the classroom?
Toyota Mississippi donates 10 cars to ICC's automotive tech program
BLUE SPRINGS • Brad Crowder, who heads the automotive technology program at Itawamba Community College, was all smiles Wednesday.
Anniston High’s top students honored at banquet
More than 100 people attended the catered event, held at Victory Headquarters Christian Center on Blue Mountain Road. Among the audience members were members of the Anniston City Council and
What to teach journalism students when their field is under attack?
The same things you always do, of course — how to interview, how to understand, how to get stuff right. But they're going to need something more, too.
Hopkins Middle school students learn forensics through hands-on investigation
SHARE: FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestGoogle+tumblrEmailHopkins Middle School was the scene of a mystery and students had to solve it. The school’s Gateway To Technology program hosted a mock crime scene investigation to build interest in careers in forensics. Students in the pre-engineering class set up a mock crime scene. (photo provided by 2026 Multimedia Studios/Victor Newton) Students and parents worked together to review...
Why does second-hand experience of neighborhood violence affect some youth, but not others?
Neighborhood violence has been associated with adverse health effects on youth, including sleep loss, asthma and metabolic syndrome. Yet some youth living in high-crime neighborhoods manage to avoid these effects. A new study aims to answer a resilience puzzle: Why does a second-hand or indirect experience of neighborhood violence affect some youth, but not others?