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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.

Innovation Center student designers, teachers and Northrop Grumman volunteers taught a week of STEM camps for middle and high school students, covering topics like cybersecurity, AI and computer science.
In response to workforce shortages and unaffordable college tuition, K-12 districts are hiring specialists to help students find alternate paths to careers in cybersecurity, manufacturing and other in-demand fields.
An effort to address budget woes and declining enrollment, EWU's rebranding will entail a renewed focus on hands-on learning over theoretical discussions. Critics say the move will drive away arts and humanities students.
With support from a $7.5 million grant through the Rebuild Illinois capital improvement plan, SWIC recently opened a new 33,000-square-foot facility and added three advanced certificates in manufacturing subjects.
With the donation of a scanning tunnel microscope by an Air Force Research Laboratory, a public research university in Ohio will be able to map surfaces atom by atom using ultra-high resolution.
Emory faculty are working with the nonprofit Rowen Foundation and the Georgia Chamber of Commerce to host free AI training sessions for the general public in 19 locations across Georgia.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham's new Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence in Medicine program will involve practical applications of new technology combining data science, machine learning and medicine.
As ever-increasing tuition fees have made higher education inaccessible to many at a time when tech companies are desperate for skilled employees, young Americans are exploring other means to acquire tech qualifications.
A pair of five-day CyberPatriot Camps for high school students in the Decatur, Ala., area aim to prepare them for cybersecurity and computer science jobs, as well as teach them how to safely use the Internet.
The University of Arizona is hosting a one-week camp to get high school students interested in semiconductors, and it received 96 applications for 40 slots within the first 36 hours.