Here & Now: We’ve come a long way in education

By Dr. Zora Denson and Verta Looper In the organizational wheel of the Lancaster County School District are many outstanding, talented and dedicated “spokes.” The district’s educators, directors and principals are the core of what makes our schools and programs great. We honor all of you all and the Lancaster County school board. Marjorie McMurray’s … Read more

Eddie Ganaway Diversity Education and Resource Center Updated for Employees

Studies show that people are drawn to likeminded individuals. As social creatures, we crave a sense of belonging. Meeting others who share identities, purposes and interests, strengthens our sense of confidence, trust and security. That’s why the College of Charleston Staff Advisory Committee to the President (SAC) is inviting faculty and staff to connect with … Read more

MLS to emphasize awareness, education & celebration during Black History Month

Major League Soccer announced today a series of programs and initiatives throughout Black History Month in February that will emphasize and amplify awareness, education and celebration of Black culture. As part of the league’s continued efforts to bring awareness to the significant contributions of Black Americans, foster more inclusive and equitable communities, drive positive social … Read more

NAMI Delaware taps corporate expert to expand outreach and education | News

For 35 years, Sue Mulhern worked in American companies, managing projects for financial institutions and hospitals. After mental health diagnoses in her family and in her own life, she began to think differently about mental health and is now working to raise awareness of how workplaces, religious communities, educators and others can support its employees, … Read more

School board weighs adding HR staffer focused on minority recruitment | Education

The Frederick County Board of Education is considering funding a new HR position focused on recruiting and retaining candidates from underrepresented backgrounds. The idea has been pitched in the past few years, board chairman Brad Young said in a working session on Jan.26, but has never been able to complete the budgeting process. Board member … Read more

Governor Ducey Focuses on Quality Education, School Choice, Skills-Based Training

Governor Doug Ducey celebrated School Choice Week by focusing on educational options and resources and building on the commitments made in his recent State of the State address to Arizona lawmakers. “If you want to see a governor’s values, take a look at a governor’s budget,” Governor Ducey said Wednesday in an interview with Telemundo … Read more

ACSA honors the 2022 Architectural Education Award winners | News

still Deborah Berke, 2022 Topaz Medal. Photo: Kirk Wuest, image courtesy of ACSA. The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture has announced the winners of the 2022 Architectural Education Awards. More than 50 architecture instructors from around the world have received accolades for their inspiring research and teaching methods. Yale Dean Deborah Berke led the … Read more

‘First round’ gives Hawkeyes chance to learn | College

STEVE BATTERSON IOWA CITY – Cael Sanderson exited the Carver-Hawkeye Arena late Friday evening appreciating a win, but the Penn State wrestling coach was far from satisfied. Down the hall and around the corner, Iowa coach Tom Brands expressed similar feelings. The Nittany Lions smashed the Hawkeyes’ 29-streak double-win streak, ending the country’s longest double-win … Read more