educationdive | May 14, 2020
Tuition benefit programs aren't new, but several high-profile examples have made headlines in the last few years as indicators that companies are changing how they use education support. Beyond attracting workers, these programs are designed to retain them and help employers expand and diversify their talent pipelines.This is particularly true in the retail and food service sectors, where competition for frontline workers was fierce in a strong economy and job-hopping was common. Such programs typically require employees to work at the company for several months before starting and then maintain a certain hourly threshold as they complete the program. In exchange, workers can earn a credential for free or at little cost.
Studies Weekly | April 27, 2021
Studies Weekly as of late refreshed 9,000 related media inquiries on its advanced learning stage, Studies Weekly Online. Another 27,000 inquiries will be accessible by July 31.
John Nabors, Studies Weekly item director, and his group assessed the related media inquiries for precision and adjusted them to current training principles, systems, and social subtleties. The organization embraced this undertaking to guarantee the related media questions reflected exclusive requirements, and to give clients the most ideal substance.
The group additionally made the content-based inquiries available to all understudies. Nabors and his group asked associates from different foundations to survey the related media inquiries before distributing them on Studies Weekly Online.
"To compose these sorts of relatable inquiries requires cognizant exertion to use outsider specialists who can bring outside viewpoints," Nabors said. "It's significant for each understudy to have the option to see themselves in the content."
His group likewise refreshed Studies Weekly Online so the media substance and questions support the material shrouded in the computerized article.
"We need the understudies to be effective and show they comprehend the content," Nabors said.
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Studies Weekly, an educational plan organization situated in Utah, has been instructing rudimentary understudies since 1984. Studies Weekly's educational plan is extraordinarily introduced in a printed periodical configuration that sets with an intuitive web-based learning stage. The organization offers grant-winning K-6 social examinations, science, and prosperity educational programs, embraced by state sheets of instruction the country over.
PR Newswire | July 02, 2020
As schools prepare for reopening in the fall, the Collaborative for Student Success and the Center on Reinventing Public Education (CRPE) are announcing a joint effort to provide expert analysis of school reopening plans across the country.Together, we are releasing a tool to highlight innovative practices in meeting the challenges presented by COVID-19 and launching a national call for experts, in and out of education circles, to review district efforts to help highlight best practices.Over the last three months, CRPE has monitored how schools are responding to the pandemic. With this research as a starting point, the new partnership aims to help educators find effective solutions."By taking a holistic look at district response and recovery activities, we can seize an opportunity to highlight valuable solutions brought forth by local leaders against overwhelming odds," said Jim Cowen, Executive Director for the Collaborative for Student Success.