educationdive | May 01, 2020
The U.S. Department of Education will give an additional $1 billion in coronavirus relief to minority-serving institutions, including historically black and tribal colleges, as well as to select other schools that serve high shares of low-income students.The funds are part of the $14 billion in aid directed to colleges in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which President Donald Trump signed into law in March. As these schools tend to be under-resourced and serve needy students, the funds aim to provide more support for covering their own costs and supporting students.
yahoo | January 13, 2021
With the difficulties in schooling today, guardians are reimagining their youngster's learning alternatives. They are searching for a balanced and strong educational program, devoted instructor to-understudy uphold and incessant correspondence. Verse International Academy as of late dispatched its philanthropic attendant style online schooling that is pulling in guardians from everywhere the world with its set-up of administrations and customized learning educational program at a reasonable expense.
"We offer a school that is tailor-made to each individual student and nurtured by a support team that includes an academic coach, teachers and tutors to help develop self-disciplined students that are well-prepared to succeed in college," said Dr. Christine Kasitz, Head of School. "Many parents are dissatisfied with distance learning and learning loss, especially for the long-term. We addressed those concerns with a comprehensive and positive experience for student and parents."
The foundation's STEAM-centered educational program for grades 6-12 is intended for understudies who have a wide scope of capacities, interests and learning styles. Refrain, a philanthropic online tuition based school, is worked around a powerful, imaginative learning climate intended to draw in understudies to learn, lead and accomplish in school and life.
Refrain is a dominance based program, so understudies get credits for showing that they comprehend the necessary material, as opposed to time spent sitting in a study hall. They may try out of units they have just dominated or delayed down to invest more energy on new or troublesome subjects. Quickened classes are accessible to understudies who can deal with topic over their evaluation level or for double enlistment school credit.
According to Dr. Kasitz, Stanza students have several hours of intense teacher support per week, daily check-ins and virtual tutoring on demand. "We have found that what students need most to be successful is not dedicated time in classroom seats, but dedicated teacher support. Our intense personalized learning and one-on-one instruction is what differentiates us and why students are finding success with Stanza."
Understudies can select whenever consistently, either on a full-time or low maintenance premise to quicken their examinations or get up to speed with credits. All educators are guaranteed topic specialists and extra instructors are gotten for any courses that understudies demand.
About Stanza International Academy
Stanza International Academy takes online learning to the next level with a proprietary model of personalized, one-on-one learning for grades 6-12. As pioneers of this education model, we provide an exceptional experience for students who have a wide range of abilities, interests and learning styles. Our academic coaches and teachers guide students through flexible, yet structured learning with constant communication and a STEAM-focused curriculum that enhances each student’s strengths.
prnewswire | August 25, 2020
Khiron Life Sciences Corp. a vertically integrated cannabis leader with core operations in Latin America and Europe, announced that it has signed an agreement with Medical Cannabis Clinicians Society ("MCCS"), an independent, clinician-led organization in the UK. Under this agreement, Khiron will provide medical cannabis knowledge and training through its cloud-based learning platform to participating doctors across the United Kingdom. The agreement is effective immediately, with first education modules underway in Q3, 2020. "Doctor education continues to be a core mission for Khiron. Through this partnership with MCCS our e-learning program and highly trained medical team will now bring our successful medical cannabis knowledge to UK doctors so that they in turn can better meet patient needs.