The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce has two promising programs that seek to enrich Missouri’s workforce.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation publishes content on K-12 education and related issues. Find and access current and archived items in our database.
It’s 2009. We are well into the electronic age, and job opportunities in computer networking capabilities are growing by the hour.
The Construction Academy is a partnership between the Hawai`i Department of Education and the state’s community college system. It is a pre-apprenticeship program that targets high school juniors and seniors in specific courses.
The Academy of Teaching is part of the Anne Arundel Academies, Inc., a 501(c)3 organization. Participating high school students are generally in the tenth or eleventh grade.
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.
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.