Arizona State University launches virtual teacher institute

As the fall semester approaches, a new professional development program aims to help Arizona's K-12 instructors get up to speed on virtual instruction.

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A new website showcases STEM resources like career-development events, virtual summer camps and learning centers at local universities or community colleges.

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A new program launched by the civic tech company CityInnovate, called STIR Labs, seeks to match state and local government agencies with nearby universities that can help solve upcoming challenges, such as economic recovery.

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For extra help finding and coaching stopout students through graduation, Texas State University has announced a new partnership with ReUp Education.

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The University Of Arizona has acquired the fully online Ashford University and its technical infrastructure to expand its online platform.

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Cybersecurity degree programs and workforce initiatives are sprouting up around academia, but organizers of a new Georgia State University mentorship program say its focus on evidence-based research is unique.

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The DOD wants its teleworking platform to handle classified information as it looks to keep remote work a reality for the long-term.

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The program offers on-demand training content conducted by IT and acquisition experts in the agency's Information Technology Category.

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The nonprofit Education Design Lab will partner with five community colleges to implement new pathways to postsecondary education for students in rural communities.

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The data management company BrightHive developed two guides to help governments improve the digital components of their COVID-19 responses.

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After widespread job loss during the pandemic, the Reskilling and Recovery Network aims to provide workers with programs and resources to reenter the workforce.

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