Governor's STEM Summit a success; STEM accounts for 20 percent of workforce; Agricultural Education critical to the modern ag industry; United Way Campaign underway!; Project Lead the Way, part of CareerTech STEM strategy; Law enforcement curriculum developed; agricultural curriculum cross walked to national standards; and my schedule for the week.
From finding the Titanic to educating young people, Dr. Robert Ballard takes STEM education to new depths.
Major process meetings held; common school engagement; major processes as a new approach; Carver Governance introduced to the state board; performance data being analyzed; bandwidth a challenge for many schools; United Way Campaign gearing up; CareerTech professionals help Moore schools; Biotech success story; National Security Agency conducted site visits in Oklahoma; OK, I’m finally over the golf outing loss. Here are the winners; and my schedule for the week.
Tri County Tech programs introduced Nicole Biddinger to love of science, math and medicine, leading to a $3,000 award and plans to study health and disease research.
Organizational assessment team update; the CareerTech renaissance gains momentum among school boards; both-and thinking; creative way to share Sommers’ system overview; org structure team proposals off to the judges; congrats and welcome to Oklahoma, Dawn!; competency-based education emerging in higher education; a $4 million a year teacher; conference twitter questions with answers; and my schedule for the week.
Great annual conference; prison based programs result in return on investment; CareerTech helps local companies with FEMA grants; CareerTech helps assure new teacher success; Foundation golf outing draws crowd, raises funds to support CareerTech; OSU IT president warns of higher-ed tipping point; assessment services adds clients; assessment training completed – great results accrued; CareerTech success stories worthy of note; FY2013 a solid year for curriculum and assessment teams; finding alternatives to college; and my schedule for the week.
Great video on the importance of CareerTech; 14 teams submit agency organizational design ideas; director’s views; CareerTech Foundation fundraiser – July 31, 2013; digital CareerTech effort moves forward; CareerTech and AP coursework – a combination for success; Vietnamese delegation coming to Oklahoma; CareerTech improves college attendance; national curriculum work centered in Oklahoma; and my schedule for the week.
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Hokett Construction seizes opportunity to expand its market.
Cookshack smokes with Pioneer Tech support.
Tilley Pressure Test finds cost savings and employee advancement at “home.”
When Clinton-Sherman Air Force Base closed, a window of opportunity opened.
Training hub sharpens regional police force skills.