TEAM IMO WINS, TOPS OTHER STATES – The Sun Nigeria

Imo State has once again become a center of attraction at the just-concluded National Exhibition of Science, Technology and Innovation, held in Eagle Square, Abuja. The EXPO, “Supporting National Growth through Science, Technology and Innovation,” is an annual event organized by the Federal Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation for inventors and innovators from 36 … Read more

Back Market launches electronics buyback program in United States

The Brussels-based company Eurofer, which represents companies producing both carbon and stainless steel in Europe, has called on the London Metal Exchange (LME) and the Financial Control Authority (FCA) to “take the necessary steps to eliminate mass artificial fluctuations”. in nickel prices and introduce the necessary measures to ensure that this does not happen again. … Read more

United States Continuing Medical Education Market Outlook & Forecast Report 2022-2027 – Increased Adoption of CME Among Non-physicians Healthcare Professionals

DUBLIN, March 11, 2022— (BUSINESS WIRE) – The report “US Continuing Medical Education Market – Industry Outlook and Forecast for 2022-2027” has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The U.S. continuing medical education market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.92% over the forecast period. Healthcare is one of the industries where online and … Read more

What South Korea’s Election Means for Its Technology Alliance With the United States – The Diplomat

Trans-Pacific view | Diplomacy | East Asia The Yun election provides opportunities to strengthen South Korean-US relations beyond traditional security concerns. Advertising After months of fierce fighting, South Koreans narrowly elected Yun Suk Ye on Wednesday, a candidate from the Conservative People’s Power Party, as the country’s next president. Faced with uncertain economic prospects and … Read more

ED Invites Applications from States to Support Innovation in Assessment Systems — THE Journal

Federal grants ED invites states to apply to support innovation in assessment systems $ 17.7 million to be awarded; The deadline for applications is April 18 Crystal Kuikendal 03/09/22 The U.S. Department of Education has opened an application period for its competitive grants program for public assessments, designed to improve assessment systems to … Read more

Alabama House passes state’s largest education budget, teacher raises

The Alabama House of Representatives on Tuesday passed the state’s largest-ever education budget, a plan that increases teacher pay and a plan that, according to the budget chairman, aims to improve learning in low-performing schools. The budget envisages spending $ 8.17 billion from the Education Trust Fund during the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1. That’s … Read more

A look into Ohio State’s anti-sexual violence programming

Credit: Marcy Paredes | Editor-in-Chief of Design When incoming freshmen fill out “U Got This!” The module – a training course on sexual violence in Ohio for first-year students – before coming to campus, it may seem like it’s just another thing on the to-do list. However, this course is one piece of the puzzle … Read more

Gallatin County judge denies state’s motion to dismiss on higher education lawsuit | 406 Politics

BOZEMAN – A Galatian district judge has rejected a motion by the state of Montana to dismiss a lawsuit challenging four laws related to higher education passed in the 2021 legislature. A lawsuit filed in June 2021 in the district court by a coalition of students, staff and leaders of higher education claimed that four … Read more

Illinois lawmakers’ assignment: Fix the state’s teacher shortage | Education

SPRINGFIELD, Illinois. In Illinois, thousands of teaching positions are reported to remain vacant, with lawmakers focusing on the issue with a variety of proposals. Over the past month, the House of Representatives and the Senate have passed several bills aimed at eliminating the shortage of teachers in the state, which has sparked debate in parties. … Read more

Framingham State’s Cevallos to join Harvard Graduate School of Education

FRAMINGHAM – The outgoing president of Framingham State University has already prepared the next concert. F. Javier Sevalas, who will retire in August after eight years in Framingham, will serve as president at Harvard Graduate School of Education in the 2022-23 academic year. He said his passion for public higher education will remain strong, despite … Read more