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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.

AWS will work with the university on streamlining the student transfer process, building out its data center engineering curriculum, creating collaborative opportunities for research and other initiatives.
The Johnson STEM Activity Center in Atlanta last month hosted NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young, who's partnering with Meta in hopes of making virtual reality and artificial intelligence accessible to young teens.
High school students involved with the Georgia 4-H Tech Changemakers program this year worked with local governments and organizations to deliver digital literacy training to a record 5,488 adults.
The University of Northern Iowa will use nearly $1 million from the National Science Foundation to launch an 18-month online program to help train computer science teachers for grades five through 12.
Millions in New York state grants will go toward research facilities, programs and infrastructure at institutions such as Long Island University, Farmingdale State College and Stony Brook University.
The university and professional services company have teamed up to launch a new smart manufacturing collaborative space and scholarship program to generate more career-ready graduates in the field.
A state grant will help the public research university develop more courses in smart manufacturing, improve the new Industrial Automation Laboratory and provide workforce training in industrial automation.
A nonprofit trade association has partnered with the software company ConnectWise on a career training program to impart entry-level skills, as well as durable skills, needed for IT desk support jobs and apprenticeships.
Extensive renovations of a two-story building at Ivy Tech Community College's Terre Haute campus would accommodate new science labs and the expansion of programs such as information technology and cybersecurity.
Engineering professor Evgueni Filipov and his collaborators have developed a more efficient way to manufacture silicon robots that might be used for anything from plumbing to inspections to high-tech surveillance.