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How to Create a Successful Virtual Internship Program

Due to the pandemic, Intel replaced its traditional internship program with a virtual one for 5,700 participants in 32 countries. It was highly successful. This article outlines the steps that Intel ... read more

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Tensions boil at UT-Austin over 'The Eyes of Texas', where students are refusing to work and a man with a gun crashed a virtual event

A student group was hosting an event about the song when a man entered the Zoom call with his face covered, holding what appeared to be a large gun. read more

Column: Lessons from a year out of the classroom

Creating innovative ways to serve students who have ... s safety while deepening and enriching student learning. In urban areas, schools developed virtual learning experiences that closely ... read more

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Here's why students don't revise what they write - and why they should

When high school students get into the habit of revising their writing, it has a positive impact on the quality of their work. Despite the proven benefits of revision, students often resist making ... read more

Tension grows over ‘Eyes of Texas’ after UT student guides refuse to work, man with a gun crashes virtual event

Dozens of students at the University of Texas at Austin who give campus tours to prospective Longhorns are refusing to work this week over a dispute about a plaque with “The Eyes of Texas” lyrics ... read more

Barristers' Association of Philadelphia marks 70th anniversary

The Barristers’ Association of Philadelphia Inc. celebrated 70 years of existence during its annual awards and scholarship gala. read more

We Can’t Stop: How Union County College Students, Faculty, And Staff Have Refused To Let The COVID-19 Pandemic Defer Their Goals.

Community college enrollment fell again by double digits (11.3%) during the Spring 2021 semester. This decrease in enrollment is alarming for many who find most public and private four-year college ... read more

Tennessee schools can't offer both in-person and virtual instruction starting this fall

Update: This story has been updated with new information from Knox County Schools. Tennessee schools will not be able to teach students both in-person and remotely next school year under a new ... read more

The Innovators: Zone 3

A partnership between Harvard University and local developer Graffito SP is using Harvard's resources to promote economic activity along a sleepy corridor. read more

Keeping kids fed: School system has provided 1.3 million meals during pandemic

Over 1.3 million meals have been served to Richmond County students during the pandemic. Virtual learning forced school nutrition and transportation employees to adapt immediately to a changing ... read more

Tensions boil at UT over ‘The Eyes of Texas,’ where students are refusing to work and a man with a gun crashes virtual event

A student group was hosting an event with a UT-Austin professor about the song when a man entered the online Zoom call with his face covered, holding what appeared to be a large gun. read more

Tensions boil at UT-Austin over 'The Eyes of Texas,' as man with gun crashes virtual event

Dozens of students at the University of Texas at Austin who give campus tours to prospective Longhorns are refusing to work this week over a dispute about a plaque with “The Eyes of Texas” lyrics ... read more



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