ADGS Advisory, Inc. Announces New Share Structure in Acquisition of Quality Online Education Group Inc.

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / October 7, 2020 / ADGS Advisory, Inc (OTC PINK:ADGS) is pleased to announce the amendment of its Articles of Incorporation in relation to its recent Merger Agreement with Quality Online Education Group Inc. (QOEG), a leading e-Learning company that specializes in providing real-time online English lessons to students in China and Southeast Asia.

ADGS has increased the number of authorized common shares to 5.02 billion, up to 3 billion of which will be reserved in order to enact the Merger Agreement, after passing the necessary resolutions of the Board of Directors and a two-thirds approval of its shareholders. The remainder of the increase will be reserved to fund potential new product line development, market expansion, and any further mergers and acquisitions as such opportunities arise. At the same time, an exchangeable shares structure will be used to finalize the current acquisition of QOEG.

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Beacon Capital Management Named One of CNBC’s Top-Rated Financial Advisory Firms of 2020

DAYTON, Ohio, Oct. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Beacon Capital Management (, a registered investment advisory firm that seeks to offer long-term investors innovative portfolio management solutions, has been named to the second annual CNBC FA 100 list that ranks the top-rated financial advisory firms of 2020. The RIA is ranked no. 24 on the list. The ranking celebrates advisory firms that top the list when it comes to offering comprehensive planning and financial service that help clients navigate through their complex financial lives.

“It is a tremendous honor to be included on the CNBC 100 FA list amongst so many esteemed financial firms, especially during a year where there has been so much economic uncertainty,” said Chris Cook, founder and CEO of Beacon Capital Management. “At Beacon, we pride ourselves on providing innovative portfolio management solutions that work to capture gains while striving to limit losses from today’s

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6 Tucson-area students named to advisory panels to improve K-12 education in Arizona | Local news

6 Tucson-area students named to advisory panels on education

State schools chief Kathy Hoffman selected six Tucson-area students to be members of the 2020-2021 Student Advisory Council and others intended to help improve Arizona’s K-12 education.

Tucson eighth-graders Isabella Alvarez and Jade Leon, ninth-grader Jenine Annett and 12th-grader Elena Durazo were appointed to the student advisory council.

Marana 11th-grader Carlisa Parra was appointed to the Equitable and Inclusive Practices Advisory Council, which includes students, teachers, education stakeholders, business leaders and community members.

Tucson ninth-grader Lexana Echegaray was appointed to the Indian Education Advisory Council, also comprised of students, teachers and the various education stakeholders.

Hoffman created the advisory council as a way to center students’ voices and improve K-12 education in the state, a news release said. Students go through an application process before being selected to represent their schools and students across the state.


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Governor’s Coronavirus Financial Advisory Committee directs another $6 million to higher education

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BOISE, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) – The Governor’s Coronavirus Financial Advisory Committee (CFAC) voted Friday to direct another $6 million in federal relief funds to higher education in Idaho.

This brings the total financial support from federal COVID funds for the public institutions this year to $54.4 million.

“Idaho’s institutions of higher education play a huge role in our state’s economic prosperity, and it is critical that we support students as much as possible during these unprecedented times,” Governor Little said. “It was a priority of mine that higher education institutions were fully funded to cover the increased operating costs associated with COVID.”

The breakdown of federal COVID funding for higher education so far includes:

  • $36,175,557 from the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund: This was a direct distribution from the federal government to institutions. At least half is to be used for emergency grants to students to cover student financial
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