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TECHCharge NOLA 2021: New Orleans-based non-profit org hopes to inspire youth and adults in career transition

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- LifeSkills Foundation, a local non-profit dedicated to youth entrepreneurship and workforce training advocacy, is hosting TECHCharge NOLA 2021, a virtual tech career expo and speakers forum on Saturday, March 13 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. via live stream on Facebook, LinkedIn, and BoothCentral.

BioBuilder Partners with Niswonger Foundation on $8.8M Federal Grant for STEM Education

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The BioBuilder Educational Foundation announced that they are to partner with the Niswonger Foundation on their award of an "Education Innovation and Research" (EIR) Grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will focus on educational opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

BioBuilder Founder Dr. Natalie Kuldell Featured as 2020 MWM Trailblazer Award Winner

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Dr. Natalie Kuldell, Founder and Executive Director of BioBuilder, is being featured by Million Women Mentors, an initiative of STEMconnector, the nation's largest professional services organization dedicated to developing a diverse, STEM-ready workforce.

PILLARZ Online K-6 Education Introduces ‘Friends and Family’ 2020 Discount Program

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- PILLARZ LLC, a leading K-6 online educator, announced today its "Friends & Family" program., providing parents the opportunity to enroll their child in any PILLARZ educational program for a month and receive a 50% discount for a sibling or friend.

PILLARZ LLC launches Safe K-6 Education Distance Learning

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- PILLARZ LLC, (www.pillarzllc.com) announced today remote K-6 education accelerator focused on empowering children focused on Math, Language Arts, Science and Social Studies.

University of Florida Lastinger Center for Learning Creates Free, Online Resource Hub

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Today, the University of Florida Lastinger Center for Learning, in an effort to keep all students learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, launched a new resource hub of free resources for students, parents and teachers. As students navigate distance learning, these research-based tip sheets and videos will lighten the burden.

To Help with Stay-At-Home Boredom, Author Donald Jacobsen Makes Children’s Books Free to Save Parents’ Sanity

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Author Donald Jacobsen announced today that two of his children's books, "Mighty Mommies and Their Amazing Jobs" and "My Daddy the Amazing Nurse," will be given away for free in light of the pivot to homeschooling due to the COVID-19 pandemic canceling schools for the rest of the year across the United States.

STEM education network: Galileo Learning among more than 40 new partners

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- 100Kin10, a national organization dedicated to solving the STEM teacher shortage by 2021, announced this month that Galileo joins 40 other new programmatic partners in its ranks this year. In addition to Galileo, new partners include Chicago Public Schools, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, Council of Chief State School Officers, among others.

Coding School for Kids, CS Recitations, Finds Success in Massachusetts, Opens New Location in Natick

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- CS Recitations, a start-up coding school for kids and teens, announces the opening of a new location on Michigan Drive in Natick. What started in 2017 as a modest one-room school aimed at providing computer science classes to local students has doubled enrollment every year, leading to the opening of a new, larger facility this September.

White Pine Charter School (WPCS) is pleased to announce their ranking as the highest-performing charter school in East Idaho

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- White Pine Charter School (WPCS) is pleased to announce their ranking as the highest-performing charter school in East Idaho by the Idaho State Department of Education (SDE). The SDE also rated White Pine as the fifth-highest East Idaho school overall, and among the highest 10% of schools statewide.

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