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LEXINGTON, KY. (January 19, 2022) — The University of Kentucky College of Education has received a $1,250,000 grant from the US Department of Education to provide tuition for students pursuing interdisciplinary education in the Applied Behavior Analysis and Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education (IECE) master’s programs. “Students from both programs will work side-by-side learning to work […]

January 8, 2022

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Tags: blood, College, Kylash, Review, Sadvika, tales, Terrifying, young

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Categories: Parenting

Young Blood would be my very first horror book, and man, I loved it. I’ve always been someone who quickly closes the back door after entering, without having to look back. And choosing Young Blood was difficult for me. Young blood. Terrifying college stories. Review by Sadvika Kylash. I love the book cover, it feels […]

December 31, 2021

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Tags: 11YearOld, College, kids, Plan, Starting, Year

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Categories: autism

What was it that preoccupied you most at the age of 11? For most of us, this age is a time of transition and growth – making new friends, discovering hobbies, or being successful in sports, for example. This is also an important age for Monty Hernandez, an 11-year-old from Phoenix, Arizona, but for different […]

December 29, 2021

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Tags: Accepted, Autism, College, Hes, learning, Roker, shares, Son, video

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Categories: autism

Going to college is an exciting time for a teen and probably just as exciting for their parents. This is especially true if there was a bumpy road to get there. Popular TV personality Al Roker and his family are no different, as revealed in a recent Instagram video of his son – who suffers […]

December 1, 2021

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Tags: accreditation, College, earns, education

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Categories: Special needs education

For the past four years, an average of 239 University of North Georgia (UNG) students per year completed the College of Education (COE) Educator Preparation Program to become kindergarten through 12th grade teachers. For the past two years, teachers in a K-12 classroom have been accompanied by a professional educator. This intense clinical experience combined […]

On my second day at Carroll, I had the opportunity to introduce the district commissioners to the positive effects of the college’s human resource development program, Advantage C advisory services, and Miller Small Business Resources for Entrepreneurs. We also discussed the workforce of the future and ways the county, college, and other stakeholders across Carroll […]

November 23, 2021

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Tags: Career, choose, College, Daily, degree, education, Journal, Ukiah

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Categories: Special needs education

When we talk about apprenticeships, most of us think of teaching. The truth is that education takes a whole host of people in all kinds of jobs in order to provide students with the support they need to be successful. We transport children to and from school – with bus drivers. We feed students – […]

The students supported the campers with activities such as horse riding, ziplining, canoeing, climbing and handicrafts. As camp counselors, they were put one-on-one with campers with a variety of special needs, including autism, cerebral palsy, and spina bifida. From employee reports SALISBURY – Students on the Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) program were […]

September 2, 2021

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Tags: ADHD, College, Students, Tips

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Categories: adhd

The college tests time management, stress management, and organizational skills of young adults – three times as much for students with ADHD and leadership challenges. Assignments, interim, and thesis assignments seem so far away at the start of each semester, but they often surprise students as they juggle the college’s academic, social, and extracurricular commitments. […]

August 29, 2021

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Tags: College, education, Scholarship, special, student, Westfield, wins

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Categories: Special needs education

WESTFIELD, NJ – Rory Scialabba, a Westfield resident and a graduate of the Calais School in Whippany, is one of two recipients of the Joe Gorga Scholarship, awarded by the Alliance of Private Special Education Schools of New Jersey. The Alliance is a nonprofit group of 40 federally accredited private special schools in northern and […]

August 25, 2021

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Tags: College, education, engages, federal, HIV, issues, Officials, Professor

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Categories: Special needs education

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania – Liza Conyers, Professor of Education (Rehabilitation and Human Services), was invited by Harold Phillips, Director of the White House’s Office for National AIDS Policy, to give a brief presentation to senior federal officials on Monday to celebrate her Participation in national strategic planning to end the HIV epidemic. Conyers presented with […]

August 18, 2021

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Tags: Bridging, College, Community, education, Employment, gap, MIT, News

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Categories: Special needs education

The pandemic has highlighted an urgent need: the best-trained workforce flourishes, but too many others are left behind. To meet this challenge, community colleges can be a rich resource in training the higher-skilled workforce that the industry is now demanding. However, schools need to do more, in partnership with employers and policy makers, to bridge […]