Demand for Skill-Based Learning Outpacing Current Interest Levels

A recent study conducted by the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) sheds light on the gap between the growing interest in skills- and competency-based learning and the actual implementation of these models in higher education institutions. The findings, released on Wednesday, reveal that while 86 percent of faculty […]

Dartmouth Student Government Senate Recaps Discussion with Secretary of Education, Explores Green Ice Skate Rentals

In its inaugural session for the winter term on January 14, the Dartmouth Student Government Senate convened to discuss various matters, including recent interactions with College officials, emerging dining and technology initiatives, and the possibility of offering ice skate rentals on the Green. President Jessica Chiriboga ’24 initiated the discussions […]

Scientists Uncover Disturbing Findings in Lake Tahoe Investigation, Prompting Calls for Environmental Education

Lake Tahoe, a renowned tourist destination on the California-Nevada border, is facing a significant environmental threat, according to the first study examining large plastic waste in the area. Published in Applied Spectroscopy in September, the study revealed disturbing findings, indicating an average of 133 pieces of plastic per mile in […]

Empowering Students Through Elevated Education

Iowa is committed to ensuring that every student, regardless of their socioeconomic background, geographical location, or abilities, receives an education that adequately equips them for a successful life. The focus is on establishing a robust education system with high-quality options and teachers, empowering students to realize their full potential and […]

Search Underway: Kentucky Board of Education Endorses Job Posting for Education Commissioner Position

During a special meeting, the Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) greenlit the criteria and job description for the forthcoming education commissioner search. This decision followed an agreement with McPherson and Jacobson LLC, the firm tasked with spearheading the commissioner hunt, which was ratified during the KBE’s regular meeting on Dec. […]

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Students Make Strides in Academic Progress, Yet Fall Short of Statewide Averages, Recent Data Reveals

North Carolina’s Department of Public Instruction has released state testing and graduation data, offering a reason for celebration within the local school district. The recent results have brought forth encouraging progress for many schools, reflecting the hard work of both students and educators. Anita Hooker, the first-year principal at Ashley […]