Tag: Arizona State University

ASU Nina Scholars Accepting Fall 2018 Applications

| January 10, 2018
ASU Nina Scholars Accepting Fall 2018 Applications

The Nina Scholars program at Arizona State University is now accepting applications for students admitted for the fall 2018 semester.
For ASU students who either:

• Experienced foster care
• Have a physical disability
• Have dependents in family unit

Applications are due March 1, 2018

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Arizona PBS to receive prestigious Governors’ Award for initiatives in early childhood education

| July 26, 2017
Arizona PBS to receive prestigious Governors’ Award for initiatives in early childhood education

Arizona PBS will receive the highest honor given by the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for providing innovative initiatives in early childhood education across the state.

The NATAS Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter will present Arizona PBS with the Governors’ Award in recognition of the efforts of Arizona PBS Educational Outreach, which specializes in supporting educators and students in the classroom and families at home with PBS educational content focused on national, common core and state standards.

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Participate in a Survey on Human Service Provider Training

| January 25, 2016
Participate in a Survey on Human Service Provider Training

Arizona State University, in collaboration with the Arizona Department of Child Safety, is conducting a statewide scan to identify existing training for human service delivery organizations. Read more…

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***Location Change: Join CAA for an Interactive Discussion on Juvenile Justice and Fiscal Policy***

| January 24, 2016
***Location Change: Join CAA for an Interactive Discussion on Juvenile Justice and Fiscal Policy***

Join Children’s Action Alliance for the release of a new report titled Juvenile Justice in Arizona: The Fiscal Foundations of Effective Policy, as well as an interactive discussion on how Arizona can improve public safety outcomes involving youth. Read more…

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Join In on an Interactive Discussion on Juvenile Justice and Fiscal Policy

| January 18, 2016
Join In on an Interactive Discussion on Juvenile Justice and Fiscal Policy

Join Children’s Action Alliance and Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute for Public Policy for the release of a new report titled Juvenile Justice in Arizona: The Fiscal Foundations of Effective Policy, as well as an interactive discussion on how Arizona can improve public safety outcomes involving youth.

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RESCHEDULED! Focus Group – Incentives Available – Share your community’s food needs!

| December 17, 2015
RESCHEDULED! Focus Group – Incentives Available – Share your community’s food needs!

St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance and ASU are looking for parents with children who qualify for free or reduced school lunch to discuss food needs and resources in your community.

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St. Mary’s wants to hear from you about your community’s food needs and resources!

| December 10, 2015
St. Mary’s wants to hear from you about your community’s food needs and resources!

St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance and ASU are looking for parents with children who qualify for free or reduced school lunch to discuss food needs and resources in your community.

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ASU alleviates physics teacher shortage, strengthens STEM pathway

| November 4, 2015
ASU alleviates physics teacher shortage, strengthens STEM pathway

Seventy high school physics and chemistry teachers enhanced their teaching skills at Arizona State University over the summer. Most teach in Arizona public schools, but several came from other states and four were sent by the Ministry of Education in Singapore. …

Nearly 1,000 Arizona teachers have taken the workshops, benefiting 100,000 Arizona students annually in school districts across the state. Beyond helping teachers engage students, the program addresses the systemic shortage of physics teachers in Arizona.

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Arizona Continues to Slip Relative to the Nation on Educational Attainment

| July 13, 2015
Arizona Continues to Slip Relative to the Nation on Educational Attainment

INSIGHT INDICATOR: ECONOMICS AN EXPERT’S INSIGHT ON THE ISSUE IN ARIZONA TOM REX is associate director of the Center for Competitiveness and Prosperity Research in the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Rex specializes in applied economic and demographic research with an emphasis on Arizona and the Metropolitan Phoenix area. Workforce […]

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Grants for Quality Teachers

| May 1, 2015
Grants for Quality Teachers

AZEDNEWS: GRANT HELPS ASU PLACE MORE QUALITY TEACHERS IN RURAL COMMUNITIES A new initiative will give community-college students in rural areas access to ASU’s high-quality teacher-preparation programs without leaving their home communities. Read more

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