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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.

In support of science, technology, engineering and mathematics education, the tractor company is donating FIRST robotics class packs to the district. It is also supporting elementary and middle school mentors for students.
The $2 million donation to the university's Center for National Security Initiatives will go toward funding its aerospace and national defense research. The money was donated by The Anschutz Foundation.
Helena College made some major upgrades to its campus. The changes range from run-of-the-mill design updates to equipping classrooms with smart technology and adding a new esports gaming center.
Tech company SAP is promoting the use of virtual reality to help students gain the skills they need for the job market. The company offers a VR program designed to assist students from underserved communities.
Undergraduate programs are springing up across the U.S. to meet the burgeoning demand for workers trained in big data. Yet many of the programs lack training in the ethical use of data science.
As automakers increase production of electric vehicles, schools training future technicians will have to incorporate high-voltage wires, manufacturer specifics and autonomous driving systems into their curricula.
The state is launching a new training program for fiber-optic technicians at the Tri-County Career Center in Nelsonville, aiming to create a workforce capable of installing new broadband and 5G infrastructure.
The Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce and JLG Architects are seeking a $10 million grant, a portion of the $70 million dedicated by the North Dakota Legislature to career and technical education centers across the state.
Editorial staff of The Virginian-Pilot argue that the state’s plan, approved in 2018, is paying dividends by creating innovations, filling much-needed jobs, and drawing students and businesses in the cybersecurity space.
A new robotics engineering technology program at the Ohio university’s Middletown campus offers hands-on training and industry-recognized credentials for robotics systems in health care and manufacturing.