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FORT HOOD — Her first day on the job as a full-fledged teacher, Dailene Brown sat with her 3-year-old students on a rug for “carpet time.”
(BPT) - It’s no secret that technology has changed how we live. From tablets and streaming video, to big data analytics and network security, we live in a digital world that impacts us every minute of every day. However, technology not only improves the way we live and work in the present, but also offers great opportunity for the future.
Applying elements of sport to learning, Liberty Hill Middle School hosted its ninth annual Science Olympics on Friday.
(NAPSI)—Many high school seniors are currently thinking about one of the most important decisions of their lives: deciding which college to attend.
It was a night of impressive scientific work when Copperas Cove Independent School District hosted its fourth annual districtwide science fair Monday at the Mayborn Science Theater at Central Texas College.
COPPERAS COVE — A nonprofit education organization donated thousands of dollars in grant money to the Copperas Cove Independent School District on Tuesday night.
(NAPSI)—Good news for people concerned about employment in America today: Well-paying jobs in the manufacturing sector—actually, more than 600,000 of them—are waiting for workers who have been properly trained.
Parents signed up hundreds of children to participate in a new pre-kindergarten program open to 3-year-olds at Fort Hood schools.
More than 3,000 Killeen Independent School District fifth-graders cycled through the Killeen High School auditorium Friday to hear a full orchestra.
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(NAPSI)—A one-of-a-kind, first-in-the-nation student funding model is growing in Arizona’s public education system, where eligible families get debit cards to shop for the schools and services that work best for them. Participating parents couldn’t be happier with the program.
(BPT) - America’s restaurant and foodservice industry provides jobs and careers for 13 million people – 10 percent of our nation’s workforce. While restaurants serve as a stepping stone for many – one in three Americans got their first job experience in a restaurant – it’s also an industry of tremendous opportunity, where individuals of all backgrounds are given the opportunity to move up the ladder and succeed. In fact, 80 percent of restaurant owners began their careers as hourly workers in the industry.
Austin and San Antonio top the list of the 10 cities in the country with the highest nursing shortage, according to Monster.com.
The Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department wrapped up its third annual coat drive Thursday.
The Killeen Independent School District will offer an all-day prekindergarten program for 3-year-old children living at Fort Hood.
A new Killeen High School curriculum piloted at the school this year asks students to think about their future goals and careers.
Killeen High School students will be asked to think about their future goals and careers thanks to a new curriculum being piloted at the school this year.
LAMPASAS — Lampasas Independent School district board members Tuesday approved the use of the new TEKS Resource system in place of the controversial CSCOPE curriculum in classrooms throughout the district.
COPPERAS COVE — The Copperas Cove Independent School District will seek about 27 fewer classroom size waivers this year compared to last.
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COPPERAS COVE — The Copperas Cove Independent School District added a new administrator to its ranks Tuesday morning.
Combining classical and Christian education may seem odd to some, but parents who home-school their children are benefiting from the combination.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Moving can be a challenge for families, but when one child has special needs, the process can be amplified.
Central Texas College recently announced its online alternative high school, Open Academy, will now be known as the CTC Open Academy.
(NAPSI)—Many believe that one of the benefits of using the Internet is the opportunity for what’s known as social learning—a chance to discover videos, books, blogs and other media assembled by category experts. A few sites present valuable information, whether you’re going back to school or simply want to keep your mind active.
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.