The excellence journey; PIIT Crew assists System in continuous improvement; FCCLA Convention a success; alternative fuels assessments set with OMES; Skills Centers continue to advance digital instruction and student service; veteran returns to nursing school – CareerTech AND higher ed make a difference; Prior Learning Assessment Conference; education and training for tomorrow’s jobs; and my schedule for the week.
America Works a success; what is the role of leadership?; prohibition of agricultural education and the FFA in tech centers; Commerce determines the top 100 occupations driving Oklahoma prosperity; OBAN a major support for small Oklahoma businesses; college credit for CareerTech students; agency staff gaining Baldrige knowledge; and my schedule for the week.
Moore Norman Technology Center’s Digital Video Production and Graphic Design classes will host the 6th annual Red Carpet Film Festival at 7 p.m. April 12 at the Sooner Theatre in Norman. Tickets are $7 and must be purchased in advance due to limited seating. Tickets may be purchased by cash or check at MNTC’s Franklin Road Campus inside the IT Building, or by calling 364-5763, ext. 4120 for more information.
Rebuilding Canadian Valley Tech Center in El Reno, which was mostly destroyed in the 2013 deadly storms, will be a win-win for the campus and community.
Interested in making a living? Try CareerTech; the importance of grit in teachers; Arizona considering performance-based funding; STEM Day at the Capitol; FIRST Robotics Game - Aerial Assist; STEM students compete in TSA state conference; opponents to Common Core also have concerns about workforce development; Baldrige conference will be key to our transition efforts; moving Oklahoma from Programs of Study to rigorous Programs of Study; and my schedule for the week.
Common Core is an academic foundation to improve student achievement -- preparing students for college and a global workforce.
Four-time felon Katherine Burch find success outside prison walls.
World’s Best Bricklayer Leif Reints.
Former inmate gives training – and hope – to female offenders.
Graphic artist James Harber finds a passion that fuels a booming business.