National Scholarship Providers Association Introduces the NSPA Exchange During National Scholarship Month

National Scholarship Month, sponsored by the National Scholarship Providers Association (NSPA), is a national campaign designed to raise awareness of the vital role scholarships play in reducing student loan debt and expanding access to higher education. Continue reading National Scholarship Providers Association Introduces the NSPA Exchange During National Scholarship Month

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What 7-12th Grade STEM Teachers Need to Know About the Presidential Awards

 

Nation’s Top K–12 STEM Teaching Honor

Do you teach 7–12th grade? The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST), the nation’s top honors for K–12 STEM teachers, are currently seeking exceptional 7–12th grade teachers for the 2022–2023 application cycle. Continue reading What 7-12th Grade STEM Teachers Need to Know About the Presidential Awards

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The Most Common Types of Learning Disabilities Found in Kids and Adults, According to Experts

By Madeleine Burry, Explore Health

If you have a learning disability, your brain operates a bit differently. Learning disabilities occur “when someone has an impairment in learning or processing new information or skills,” Ami Baxi, MD, psychiatrist at Lenox Hill Hospital, tells Health. Continue reading The Most Common Types of Learning Disabilities Found in Kids and Adults, According to Experts

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The short supply of special education teachers

By the School of Education

Special education teachers ensure an equitable education to millions of students across the nation. With 14 percent of students needing some type of special education service, these teachers play a key role in making sure all students have a chance to thrive academically. General education teachers and students alike rely on special education teachers’ specialized knowledge in skills assessment and the development of learning activities with special needs and disabilities in mind. Continue reading The short supply of special education teachers

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How To Get Your Student Loan Forgiven if You Have a Disability

By Vance Cariaga, Go Banking Rates

The Biden administration recently announced that it has cancelled $7 billion in federal student loan debt for about 350,000 borrowers with disabilities through a data-sharing initiative between the Social Security Administration and the U.S. Department of Education. If you plan to apply for forgiveness under the plan, you’ll need to follow certain steps to see if you qualify. Continue reading How To Get Your Student Loan Forgiven if You Have a Disability

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  1. City Career Fairs Schedule for 2023
    January 26, 2023 - November 1, 2023
  2. From Day One: Houston 2023
    February 8, 2023
  3. National Association of African American Studies & Affiliates (NAAAS) Conference
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    February 23, 2023 - December 13, 2023
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