Did you know that in the last thirty years, U.S. jobs that required a postsecondary degree increased from 28% to 59%? And the trend is continuing. It is estimated that over the next decade, more than two-thirds of all jobs in this country will require higher education.
With winners having been recently named for Race to the Top: Phase II, the Race to the Top: Assessment Program, Investing in Innovation (i3), and Teacher Incentive Fund (TIF) grant programs, many states will be seeing a significant influx of funding for education reform projects in the near future.
Monster is hosting a free webinar on the iSucceed program on September 15 at 2 pm ET.
Join ICW for our monthly webinar on early childhood education.
Join the Coalition for a College and Career Ready America for their monthly webinar on maximizing student achievement by expanding learning.
On Wednesday, August 11, ICW discussed how corporations and local chambers of commerce are promoting and creating STEM opportunities.
The Coalition for a College and Career Ready America hosted a webinar on the realities of state budget cuts to education, possible teacher layoffs, and cost-saving measures that could affect classroom learning.
Join ICW on Wednesday, July 14th as we discuss the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in increasing postsecondary education completion rates as employer demand for high skills continues to grow.
This July 1, 2010 webinar provided insight about the Department of Education's Investing In Innovation Fund (I3) and more on how innovation is emerging as a top priority in the education policy space.
Learn more about the recently released Common Core State Standards during our monthly webinar!
The Central Florida Education Summit will be hosted by the Central Florida Partnership and sponsored by the Orlando Regional REALTOR Association, in partnership with the National Chamber Foundation, the Institute for a Competitive Workforce, and the Central Florida Public School Board Coalition.
U.S. News STEM Solutions 2013 will bring together business, education and government leaders who have long recognized the need to connect the dots between STEM education and careers. Adding to last year’s successful conference format, the second edition will give more dedicated time for these leaders to interact and collaborate.