Fri 10/09/2021 – 16:58 pm | By: David Tisdale She believed she could so she did. That’s the motto of Wilicia Kelly McClendon, a transfer student who begins her first semester at the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) this fall, bringing with her to the Hattiesburg campus a determination that has served her well as …

Marcie Mack Oklahoma CareerTech touches and improves the lives of Oklahoma residents in many ways. With more than 426,000 registrations, the CareerTech system provides education and training to individuals and businesses in a myriad of specialized and personalized opportunities. One of the strengths of our CareerTech system is its accessibility and flexibility. Students in Grades …

The government on Friday ordered the reopening of colleges subject to 100 percent vaccination of students and staff.“See Government Ordinance No .: 66-JK (DMRRR) of 2021 dated: 05-09-2021 Higher education institutions have been allowed to start with limited in-person instruction, subject to vaccination at 100 % of staff and students, “reads an order issued by …

ELLSWORTH and BLUE HILL – Northern Light Blue Hill and Maine Coast hospitals will change the COVID-19 testing process starting Friday, September 10. Maine Coast Hospital reopens its test building in the parking lot in front of the hospital at 50 Union Street, Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and Blue Hill Hospital …

A group of parents in Boston held a virtual rally on Tuesday to protest the school district’s lack of distance learning options for the school year that begins September 9. Most of the parents present at the gathering had children with complex and fragile health problems. “I’m really freaked out,” said Courtney Karp, whose daughter …

Northern Nigeria, the region with the highest rotation of political and military leaders, is bleeding profusely and in desperate need of a savior. The region is educationally bleeding, economically flaking, and demographically growing in geometric proportions. There is a looming dangerous situation in the region akin to sitting on a barrel of gunpowder. With the …

Over the past 18 months, the discussion of “education” has focused on distance learning, face masks and critical race theory. But the elephant is still in the room: the academic performance in the United States is a national disgrace. The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), aka Nation’s Report Card, measures the skills of American …

As COVID-19-related hospitalizations among the state’s unvaccinated population continue to rise in Maine, the state’s largest healthcare system is postponing some elective surgeries to maintain room for them. pandemic patients and prioritize those most in need of hospital stay. “We don’t call it a shutdown, but it’s a recall,” said Dr. Joan Boomsma, chief medical …