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Technical Education

Stories about the teaching and implementation of technical subjects in K-12 or higher education, such as computer science, career and technical education (CTE) programs, and technological innovations or related research at universities.

The private Catholic college in New York will put the two-year grant toward its Jump Start Plus program, which provides short-term training in entry-level tech support jobs, as well as employment support services.
During a webinar Wednesday at the annual ASU+GSV Summit, education leaders discussed the need to promote career exploration programs at these levels. Ages 10-15, a speaker said, are critical times.
A private Catholic university in Connecticut has partnered with a 28,000-square-foot workshop and skills development center with the intention of giving students a leg up in manufacturing and engineering.
Starting this fall, Niagara County Community College will offer an electronics technology program that will cover circuits, equipment, data analysis and applied electrical theory.
The Colorado State Board of Education approved an innovation zone to accommodate the Colorado Springs School of Technology, with planned courses in cybersecurity, AI, apps and games, robotics and computers.
The EvolveMe platform from American Student Assistance now includes activities for resume writing, job interviews, writing code professionally, and finding internships, careers and ways to pay for college.
An experiment in teaching computer science at Winchester Public Schools, featured at the National School Boards Association conference on Sunday, showed the value of consistent, focused professional development.
A public community college in Washington is building a 49,000-square-foot facility for programs in advanced manufacturing and renewable energy, expected to open in fall 2025 and serve 1,200 students.
A partnership between Georgia's university system, its technical college system and Rowen, a life-sciences campus in Gwinnett County, will generate projects and programs focused on emerging technologies and industries.
Houston Independent School District will roll out programs in career and technical education over four years, starting with entrepreneurship, networking systems, distribution and logistics, and health informatics.