Covid-19 Emphasizes Need For Technical Training To Develop STEM Skills Among African Youth

The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated digitization in the workplace, accentuating the need for technical and vocational training aligned with Africa’s development needs and the young population focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). This was the main takeaway from a webinar hosted by the Association for the Development of Education in Africa on July 8, 2021. The event, titled ...

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Algonquin College Carpentry and Renovation Graduate Apprenticeship with Laurentian Valley Homebuilder

Breadcrumb Links New Local News Author of the article: Tina Peplinskie Madison Broad, a graduate of the Carpentry Renovation Techniques program at Algonquin College’s Pembroke Campus and former Weston Family Foundation, is apprenticing in carpentry at Dugan Hawkins Construction in an effort to earn her Red Seal. Content of the article Madison Broad loved working with her hands and often ...

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GRHS student gets 3rd place at National SkillsUSA

GREEN RIVER – Cole Murray, a student at Green River High School, still can’t figure out that he was a third place finalist in the National SkillsUSA Cabinetmaking Competition. “It was exciting,” Murray said. “I still don’t think I got the whole ‘national’ part of third place, but seeing my photo appear on the podium was pretty impressive. Murray was ...

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City of Mississauga to enter Stage 3 on July 16 – City of Mississauga

City of Mississauga to enter Stage 3 July 16 – City of Mississauga COVID-19: Latest news and information To close Press release COVID-19[female[feminine | July 14, 2021 As of Friday, July 16 at 12:01 a.m., the City of Mississauga will enter the province’s Step Thee Roadmap for the reopening. The third stage allows for indoor eating and fitness, as well ...

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In the fall, every child should have a personalized learning plan

CHICAGO, IL – JULY 2: Teacher Arlene Lebowitz helps a student in her third grade class during … [+] summer school in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Tim Boyle / Getty Images) Getty Images As schools turn the page this school year and plan for fall, personalization for each child will be key. Estimates of unfinished student learning vary, but most ...

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US Steps Up Warnings Over Trade Risks In China’s Xinjiang Region | Voice of America

WASHINGTON – The U.S. government on Tuesday stepped up its warnings to businesses about growing supply chain risks and investment links in China’s Xinjiang region, citing forced labor and human rights abuses there. “Given the severity and extent of these abuses, companies and individuals who do not leave Xinjiang-related supply chains, businesses and / or investments could be at high ...

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At community vigil, Peoria ravaged by gun violence and trauma urged not to give up hope for recovery

PEORIA – Michael Anthony Charles Johnson II was Peoria’s 16th homicide victim in 2021. Johnson, 21, was one of four people shot dead in a house on Haungs Avenue on July 4. A young person was also seriously injured in this shooting. And days later, another youngster suffered a life-threatening gunshot wound on East Bluff, just miles from a vigil ...

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Increasing access to education in Afghanistan – Afghanistan

Every child deserves an education, but decades of conflict have made this nearly impossible in parts of Afghanistan. Education is the cornerstone of Afghanistan’s development and economic growth plan. But accessing education is an uphill battle in many parts of the country. In the most remote parts of the country, educational opportunities may be limited and difficult to access – ...

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Frisco ISD: Frisco ISD is home to several national BPA champions

Jul 12, 2021 Top Frisco ISD students represented Texas at the Business Professionals of America (BPA) Virtual National Leadership Conference after a memorable performance in the state competition. Almost 175 Frisco ISD BPA members have qualified for the National Championships and over 30 students representing five campuses have been recognized as National Champions. Through BPA, students have the opportunity to ...

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The Gendarmerie Coast Guard Academy recruits 912 master candidates

Student non-commissioned officers will be admitted to the gendarmerie The application process for the recruitment of 912 male non-commissioned officer candidates to the Gendarmerie Coast Guard Academy will take place between July 12 and August 8. In the announcement made by JGSA for the relevant recruitment, applicants who apply must be at least high school graduates or able to graduate ...

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