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Science Education Administrator (Program Director) job with USAJobs

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The National Science Foundation is seeking qualified candidates for Science Education Administrator (Program Director) positions in the Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings (DRL) within the Directorate for Education and Human Resources (EHR), Alexandria, VA.

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The Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings (DRL) within the Education and Human Resources Directorate (EHR) announces a nationwide search for one or more full time permanent Program Directors at the National

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Education, economic benefits possible from expansion of North Carolina school-choice program: Study

Giving parents the ability to choose what school their children attend could save North Carolina taxpayers money, among other benefits, according to a new study.

Released this week by Raleigh-based conservative think tank Civitas Institute and libertarian think tank Reason Foundation, the study said establishing a statewide education savings account program in North Carolina could improve educational and socioeconomic outcomes.

“Statewide education savings accounts would put the power in the hands of families by funding students instead of school systems, just like we already do with many other taxpayer-funded initiatives,” wrote Corey DeAngelis, director of school choice for the

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This School Just Enrolled 61% Women In Its MBA Program

Only 35% of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math students in higher education globally are women, according to recent data from the UNESCO Institute for Science, and that has a direct impact on the workforce. Even though women constitute about 50% of the total labor market, as of 2018 there were only 28% of women in STEM fields.

STEM has long been a man’s world, but many business schools are trying to change that. The latest to make headway is a public school in the southern United States, Georgia State University Robinson College of Business, which reports that women are flocking

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Phoenixville Leader To USDA: Extend Food Program Flexibility

PHOENIXVILLE, PA — A community leader and state agriculture and education officials have the same goal this week: extend the pandemic-related food program waivers for schools, so that meal distribution isn’t disrupted for hungry kids.

Phoenixville Area School District President Blake Emmanuel has asked the USDA to extend food program waivers that made it easier to distribute meals when the pandemic began. Two Wolf administration officials today petitioned the head of USDA to keep the present program waivers in place, as the pandemic drags on.

The temporary waivers expire Aug. 31 or the day schools reopen. They have allowed schools

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Check Point Teams Up With Coursera For Cybersecurity Education Program

Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (CHKP) has entered into a partnership with online learning platform Coursera to offer free cybersecurity courses as the company builds on the need for more remote work solution systems.

The provider of cybersecurity solutions said that through the partnership a growing series of Check Point cybersecurity courses and content will be made available to security and network professionals. The financial terms of the collaboration weren’t disclosed.

The courses seek to upskill security and IT administrators on cyber threats and security management across mid-size and larger enterprise networks. The series is soon expected to

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