Michigan lawmakers approved a landmark education spending bill on Wednesday, but not before the Senate added an additional $ 300 million. Senate additions include scholarships for elementary reading support and incentives for districts that have year-round calendars with shorter, more frequent breaks. The $ 17.1 billion spending plan was passedRead More →

Charles Broughton has been appointed the new Director of Student Services for Daviess County Public Schools. “I look forward to taking on this new challenge and having the opportunity to work more with other leaders in central office to better serve our students, staff and schools,” said Broughton. Broughton replacesRead More →

A female teacher wearing a face mask visits her classroom while learners are at home taking online classes or completing modules to continue their education amid the Covid-19 pandemic. In the Philippines’ first year of participating in the International Student Assessment Program, results showed that 15-year-old Filipino students ranked lastRead More →

Audubon Elementary School Principal Caleb York has been named the next Daviess County Public School District Student Services Coordinator, effective July 1. York’s primary responsibilities will be to coordinate support services to schools, focusing on meeting the needs of the whole child (academic, emotional and social). York will work closelyRead More →

Samantha mccabe Samantha McCabe, Acting Assistant Dean and Director of International Student Services (ISS), has been selected as Permanent Director of the ISS. His new appointment has been effective since May 1. McCabe has served as Interim Leader since October 2019, leading a team of 15 staff responsible for supportingRead More →

The National Education Policy (NEP) has laid a solid foundation for transformational changes in the education sector. The sector has faced some of the major challenges including access to education, fee structure and e-learning issues. Technically, assessment also measures teachers’ effectiveness in explaining concepts, math, science, vowels in English, etc.Read More →

April 23, 2021 The university has partnered with Walmart to offer free COVID-19 vaccines. Posted in: Announcements, Featured News, Red Hawk News, Wellness The University has made arrangements with Walmart Pharmacy to offer a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Tuesday, April 27. Appointments will be offered from 8 a.m. toRead More →

While international students may pay the most to attend the University of Wisconsin, they are often relegated to the fringes when it comes to addressing their most pressing concerns, especially in the midst of the pandemic. As such, in the search for a new Director to lead International Student Services,Read More →

Former Troy University student and administrator Sohail Agboatwala has been appointed the University’s Acting Senior Vice Chancellor for Student Services and Administration effective May 1, according to Dr Jack Hawkins, Jr. ., chancellor. Agboatwala, Vice Chancellor for International Programs, will follow Dr John Schmidt, who is retiring on April 30Read More →

According to the release, three STAAR tests were affected by the connectivity issues, including writing in fourth grade, writing in seventh grade, and English I. (Courtesy of Adobe Stock) As a result of connectivity issues with the State of Texas Assessments Online Test Platform for Teacher Readiness that disrupted testingRead More →

OKLAHOMA CITY – A controversial bill that attempts to exorcise “ghost students” from the state’s school funding formula advanced in the state Senate on Wednesday despite bipartisan opposition. Governor Kevin Stitt promulgated it a few hours later. State Senator Zack Taylor, R-Seminole, said the current law bases the district’s initialRead More →

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – As local coronavirus cases decline and vaccines become more widely available, Lake Tahoe Community College is bringing back limited in-person student services and face-to-face classes to campus in days and weeks. coming weeks. “Our students have let us know for many months how much theyRead More →

WWe have heard the assertion time and time again: Charters are a form of specialized education that may not be able to meet the needs of large segments of the population, some people say. These critics claim that while public charter schools might be able to achieve good results byRead More →

March 20, 2021 Surveys: fiber consumption among college students. | COVID-19 and children’s screen time. | Perceptions COVID. | Impact of breakfast on mood. Posted in: Announcements, Featured News, Red Hawk News Montclair State University administration shares this information with you on behalf of University researchers. Researchers conduct these studiesRead More →

Miami, March 15, 2021- Miami Dade College (MDC) Eduardo J. Padrón Campus will hold an inauguration ceremony for its recently renovated student services area and scientific laboratory on Tuesday March 30 at 11:30 a.m. MDC President Madeline Pumariega, Provost Marshal Dr Malou Harrison and Padrón Campus President Dr Alanka BrownRead More →

Home> Press Releases> Enrollment Services Provides Georgia Southern Students with a Central Hub for Student Services March 10, 2021 Enrollment Services, a central hub dedicated to helping students make the connection when it comes to the enrollment process, now has two walk-in service centers at Georgia Southern University. Located inRead More →

The Office of Multicultural Student Services (OMSS) at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The OMSS is a department of the Division of Diversity and Inclusion and oversees many initiatives and programs with the aim of supporting and encouraging academic excellence, leadership, and theRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The federal government is now providing guidance to state educators on standardized testing, and Indiana is making changes due to the pandemic. The Indiana Department of Education said the assessment tests will take place this spring in an extended period. The state makes it clear that itsRead More →

Wayne State University’s Campus Health Center (CHC) has welcomed a social worker to its team of health professionals and will expand its services to provide students with access to mental health screenings and services. The changes come as CHC reinforces its commitment to be a convenient one-stop-shop for students’ physicalRead More →

News Ryan hamilton-davis Wednesday, February 17, 2021 Photo file SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS speaking at a meeting of a joint select committee on the effects of blended learning called for more student counselors, saying the Student Support Services Division (SSSD) was straining while addressing student issues during covid19. Sanatan Sharma MahaRead More →

Latest news on New Zealand declining position in international education evaluation rankings has been treated as if it were a new phenomenon requiring drastic changes in the school system. But some suggested solutions, like the Appeal from the Federation of School Principals for greater involvement of the Ministry of EducationRead More →

By Chelsea Collins AMERICUS — Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) is set to open its newly renovated, $3.4 million Student Services Building later this month. Hurricane students will now be able to access essential student registration services under one roof at the one-stop-shop, with the new official name of CanesRead More →

From Argentina to Vietnam, international students from over 30 countries have enrolled at MICA, representing over 26% of our overall student population – a number that has more than doubled in recent years. The Office of International Education advises on matters ranging from immigration regulations to the resources available toRead More →

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – The Energy and Environmental Sustainability Laboratories (EESL) have announced their 2020-21 funding opportunity for Penn State students. The program, called EESL Green, is now accepting funding proposals that will support laboratory research on energy and the environment, materials and fermentation. The call is open to undergraduateRead More →

Student veterans enjoy cookies and fellowship at the Veterans and Military Student Services Center. Pictured are former students Alex Yu ’20, left, and Caesar Vega ’18, right. Rye Bennett ’18 had a unique introduction to Ohio University after his service in the United States Army. Between her kids, her mortgage,Read More →

networking to share, receive and store important data and information. However, school administrative employees should take the necessary precautions to prevent cyberattacks, such as the hacking of personal information and financial records, on their networks. A blockchain is one way universities can streamline student services. This article will explain exactlyRead More →

ADRIAN – Principals can breathe a sigh of relief, as student funding will not take the blow that was once expected. Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a Budget of $ 62.7 billion On Wednesday, that includes $ 8,111 per student and an additional one-time investment for schools, equivalent to about $Read More →

JONESBORO, Ark. – The U.S. Department of Education awarded Arkansas State University a $1.5 million grant over five years to continue funding student retention and completion initiatives . According to a press release sent Thursday by Arkansas State University, the grant funds the Student Support Services (SSS) program, which promotesRead More →

WILLMAR — Ridgewater College has received a five-year, $1.37 million extension of a federal grant for TRIO Student Support Services. The U.S. Department of Education grant will be used by TRIO to work with low-income students, first-generation students, and students with disabilities. The grant is 3.5% higher than the program’sRead More →

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Seton Hall University’s Division of Student Services a grant that will benefit 140 low-income, first-generation, or disabled students pursuing an undergraduate degree. The proposal, titled Student Support Services Program at Seton Hall, has been approved for a commitment of $1,300,584 over the nextRead More →

Two elevator permits have expired since June 2019 in the Mesa Humanities and Multicultural Sciences Building (G Building) and Student Services Center (I-400), respectively, as confirmed by the Industrial Relations Department of the State of California. Both permits indicate that the last inspection date was June 8, 2018 and expireRead More →

California educators are looking to postpone student assessment tests statewide this year. The State Board of Education plans to seek a waiver from the US Department of Education and other federal agencies to suspend testing requirements in school districts closed due to coronavirus concerns, a spokesperson for the Coronavirus saidRead More →

Two public colleges and 46 private, nonprofit colleges spent more than $10,000 per full-time equivalent student on student services in 2017-18. A portion of student services expenditure funds activities designed to support the emotional and physical well-being of students and to encourage their intellectual, cultural, and social development outside ofRead More →

Conducting “equity-conscious evaluation” is the focus of a new report by the National Institute for the Assessment of Learning Outcomes (NILOA) which examines existing practices and recommends changes to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. The month of January 2020 report“A New Decade for Assessment: Embedding EquityRead More →

Texas A&M University’s new 95,000 square foot Student Services Building will officially open on January 22. Sam Craft/Texas A&M Marketing and Communications Texas A&M University’s new 95,000 square foot Student Services Building will officially open on January 22. Sam Craft/Texas A&M Marketing and Communications Texas A&M University’s new 95,000 squareRead More →

David Lee / Daily Senior Employee President of Morton Schapiro University. Schapiro discussed the $94 million budget shortfall, CAPS funding and non-tenured faculty during a question-and-answer session on Wednesday. University President Morton Schapiro discussed the budget deficit and controversial guest evolutionary psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa during a question-and-answer session on Wednesday.Read More →

The Center for Academic Success & Tutoring (CAST) offers learning support programs to ensure high quality services for students at Montclair State University. Quality learning focuses on the student as an individual. Therefore, CAST continues to build a body of work focused on the academic needs of a rapidly growingRead More →

After the University of Wisconsin system made efforts last year to turn the state’s two-year UW Colleges and Extension programs into satellite institutions of the system’s four-year universities, officials now say that many New investments are needed for student support services during this transition period. According to The Associated Press,Read More →

The La Cañada Unified School District has outdone itself once again, continuing to improve its academic performance and overtaking other high-performing local school districts to top the state’s rankings in English and finish second in math, according to test results released this week by the California Department. education.California Assessment ofRead More →

Prospective international students probably know that they can turn to the International Student Services offices of American universities for help with immigration and orientation. But the services provided by the ISS offices do not stop there and can include activities throughout the year. Here are some ways international students canRead More →

The painful art of cutting a college or university’s budget—often in an effort to protect core academic programs while choosing which support services to cut—may have become a little more difficult. A forthcoming working paper by Cornell University graduate student Douglas Webber and Ronald Ehrenberg, director of the Cornell HigherRead More →