Teaching can be a complex and sometimes stressful profession. With the need to keep up on the changing educational landscape, teachers sometimes need assistance.
Selecting a college can be a tough decision. Then after finding a college, students must choose a program of study. Most colleges offer counseling and career exploration services to assist with the process.
From a young age, children are guided through their education by parents and teachers. The interaction between educator and child is an important one.
Zoe Karoline Kurtz graduated from the University of Cincinnati Honors College on Dec. 14 with a bachelor’s degrees in psychology and criminal justice, and a minor in Chinese. She was a member of Chi Omega Sorority, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Beta Kappa and earned the distinction of summa cum laude.
Notre Dame College in South Euclid was awarded a $2.1 million Title III Strengthening Institutions grant from the U.S. Department of Education to develop a Center for Intelligence and Security Studies. The five-year grant was effective Oct. 1.
School and early childhood programs aren’t just for academic and developmental learning. They are also a place where children are exposed to a level of independence, something they may not be used to because they’re conditioned to be constantly supported by their parents.
Top students from each of Ohio’s 88 counties will be selected to receive Miami University’s new Governor’s Scholarship, an award that will cover recipients’ full tuition and fees beginning with the 2020 academic year at the Oxford school, according to a news release.
Hawken School was named No. 1 of 141 private high schools and No. 1 of 69 private kindergarten through garde 12 schools in Ohio, according to Niche. Hawken was also named No. 2 of 267 best high schools for STEM in Ohio.
While secular early childhood programs help create learning foundations for children, Jewish preschools do the same, but with addition of religion.
Much learning takes place during the first years of life. Children are like sponges, absorbing everything they can get their hands and minds on.
Cleveland State University has received a $590,000 grant from the Ohio Department of Education to credential high school teachers for College Credit Plus, an educational initiative which allows Ohio students to take college courses while still in high school, according to a news release.