Do you remember your first trip in an airplane? It was probably exciting, confusing, exhilarating, and a little terrifying – but it was probably also a fascinating experience. Humans have always been intrigued by flight.
In Flagstaff, “Skills for Success” means strengthening the business community’s greatest resource: the students who will fill tomorrow’s jobs.
ICW and the National Career Pathways Network (NCPN) have released a joint publication to highlight the growing importance of business engagement in education.
Read below for a testimony from Sandy Wood Dunham, founder of the ABBIT Society, about her innovative business-education partnership that gives incentives to children to excel in school.
Various types of assessments are used to measure the progress students make in meeting academic standards.
In a community that serves 82,000 students on 113 campuses and has seen the percentage of qualified economically disadvantaged (ED) students increase from 48% to 62%, what can be done about improving academic achievement?
Shell Oil Company recognizes the importance of having captivating teachers in the K-12 science classroom.
Release Date: 2009
Are you a chamber of commerce with a promising practice that helps to improve education and workforce training in your state? Do you represent a business (small or large) that helps demonstrate the importance of quality education as it relates to training successful workers?