NTT Training Announces New Partnership with International Association of Electrical Inspectors

CENTENNIAL, Colo., Oct. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — NTT Training is proud to announce a new partnership with the International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI) which designates NTT as an approved nationwide training provider to deliver IAEI’s industry-leading content via Live Online Training. “IAEI trusts NTT with their content because they value our expert instructors and learn-by-doing philosophy,” says NTT Product Manager Cormack McCarthy. These new joint course offerings include:

  • Analysis of Changes-2020 NEC
  • Analysis of Changes-2017 NEC
  • Analysis of Changes-2014 NEC
  • Soares Grounding and Bonding Requirements
  • Hazardous (Classified) Locations
  • One- and Two-Family Dwelling Electrical Systems
  • Motors and Transformer Installations
  • Article 680-Swimming Pools and Similar Installations
  • Common Code Calculations
  • Electrical Service Requirements
  • NFPA 70E-Electrical Safety in the Workplace
  • Electrical Requirements for Health Care Facilities
  • NEC Essentials (Overview of the NEC)
  • Photovoltaic (PV) System Requirements
  • Commercial Installations and Inspection Requirements

In addition, NTT Training plans to offer these classes at

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GCPS announces 2020-21 local teachers of the year |

Gwinnett County Public Schools announced its local teachers of the year Friday, the first step toward naming the 2020-21 Teacher of the Year.

In all, 139 teachers were named tops at their respective schools as voted on by their peers. Later this month, that group will be narrowed down to 25 semifinalists. From that group, six finalists will be chosen in early November.

On Dec. 10, the district will host a virtual celebration honoring the finalists and naming the Teacher of the Year.

“In light of the unique challenges our teachers faced this year, we wanted more than ever to show our love, support, and appreciation to our teachers,” Dr. Clay Hunter, assistant superintendent for Curriculum and Instructional Support, said. “These educators are the best of the best and they shine every day in the classroom, online, and in our community. Although the state suspended its Teacher of the Year

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Gestalt Announces Availability of Comprehensive Education Module for Digital Pathology

SPOKANE, Wash., Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Now Available! Gestalt Diagnostics announces availability of their Education Module. This robust module is a continuation of the modules and applications built upon their Digital Pathology Platform, PathFlow®.  PathFlow historically focused on the specific needs of the clinical pathology lab and workflow for digital pathology. The addition of the Education Module increases the scope, interoperability and breadth of functionality for laboratories, hospitals, integrated health networks and academic facilities.

This module supports multiple teaching needs – from corporate to classroom.  It provides organizations with the ability to create classes, curriculum, select images and case information, share images, screens, annotations, etc. simultaneously.  Gestalt’s education module also supports individual testing, instructor/participant collaboration, test results, class history and certificates.  It enables refreshers for participants deemed to need retraining on any given area to improve accuracy and efficiency and for training on specific clinical trials and algorithm

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State announces 2021 Teacher of the Year nominees

Two suburban educators are among 10 finalists for the 2021 Illinois Teacher of the Year Award to be announced next month.

Kathleen Duffy, who teaches social studies at Barrington High School, and Aimee Park, a science teacher at Lisle Junior High School, qualified as finalists for the state’s highest honor for exemplary educators by making the 10 Regional Teachers of the Year list released Tuesday.



“There are so many extraordinary educators, in Barrington 220 and the state of Illinois, and it is surreal to be a finalist for this award,” said Duffy, a Barrington native and graduate of Barrington High where she played volleyball and softball.

She now teaches global studies honors and AP world history, coaches the freshman softball and volleyball teams, and sponsors the Unsilence Club.

A committee of administrators, teachers, educational service and student support personnel, and past Illinois Teachers of the Year selected the 10 outstanding

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Boris Johnson announces ‘radical shakeup’ of adult education as Covid-19 forces career changes

Boris Johnson has promised Britons the right to four years of loans for higher education, declaring that “huge numbers” will need to change their jobs because of Covid-19.

In a speech at a further education college in Exeter, Mr Johnson announced the Government would end the “bogus distinction” between further and higher education in expanding the ability to get student loans.

Minister intend to make higher education loans more flexible, allowing adults and young people to space out their study across their lifetimes, while a new “lifetime skills guarantee” offers a fully-funded college course to people over 18 in England without an A-level or equivalent.

The Government will pay for the policy under an £2.5bn boost to England’s National Skills Fund, which has already been announced and will come into effect next April.

“We’ve got to end the pointless, nonsensical gulf that’s been fixed for generations, more than 100 years,

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Announces New Family-Friendly Online Environment to Support Caregivers in At-Home Learning | News

BOSTON, Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Learning Company Houghton Mifflin Harcourt today introduced Family Room™, a brand new, family-friendly online space that supports diverse teaching environments and makes at-home learning more manageable for families and caregivers using HMH solutions. Family Room provides an intuitive, ever-growing library of on-demand resources created with parents in mind, to provide families with engaging, practical recommendations with no teaching background required so that all caregivers can help their children thrive.

As schools and families across the country are navigating remote, in-person and hybrid learning environments this fall, much of the instructional burden has been placed on parents. Over half of K-12 caregivers say they are actively teaching skills to their children, as HMH found in a survey conducted earlier this year. Within this new framework of primarily digital instruction, HMH seeks to streamline communication and strengthen relationships between educators and families to create a

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Louisville Zoo announces two new virtual education programs

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – The Louisville Zoo launched two more digital education programs in September.

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The Louisville Zoo Announces Two New Virtual Education Programs

To safeguard the health of guests during COVID-19, the Zoo cancelled its summer and fall camps and has moved its education programming online. In addition, the Zoo’s education portion of the website has been reorganized to highlight digital resources for teachers and parents.

Virtual Animal Adventures start Sept. 28 (cost: $150)

Each Virtual Animal Adventure includes two 30-minute live sessions, a downloadable “Zoo Detectives” mystery packet and a pre-recorded virtual walk through of the Zoo’s Wetlands. Details about each live session are below:

Live Session 1: “Ask Us Anything!”

Students provide the questions in advance and Zoo education staff will answer them live.

Live Session 2: Creature Feature

Students get to virtually meet two of the Zoo’s small ambassador animals,

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Educate Maine announces three education leaders join its board of directors

Incoming members bring unique skills and experience as Educate Maine thanks two retiring board members for their service

PORTLAND – Educate Maine has announced that three education leaders have joined its board of directors. They are Hancock County Technical Center Director Amy Boles, Bowdoin College Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer Michael Cato and Ellen Halliday, superintendent of RSU 29 (Hammond, Houlton, Littleton and Monticello). The new board members’ backgrounds and experience in education align with current education and workforce preparedness priorities in Maine and Educate Maine’s mission to ensure all Maine people are college and career ready. The announcement coincides with the departure of two long-serving board members, business consultant Ron Bancroft and business and public affairs executive Chris Hall.

“As we celebrate the leadership of Ron Bancroft and Chris Hall and thank them for their last nine years of guidance as board members, we are excited to

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North Olmsted City Schools announces transition to hybrid learning

NORTH OLMSTED, Ohio (WOIO) – Students and teachers in North Olmsted schools will start to head back to classrooms next week as the district starts hybrid learning.

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North Olmsted City Schools announces transition to hybrid learning

Hybrid learning for special education students will begin Oct. 5.


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The district will begin phasing in all other students based on their grade and last name Oct. 12.

All classes had been taking place online since the start of the school year in August.

In a letter to North Olmsted families, Superintendent Michael E. Zalar said the decision was based on Cuyahoga County’s status as a level two orange county on the Ohio Public Health Advisory System and the low number of coronavirus cases in the community.

The school district’s Restart Plan calls for hybrid learning when the county is at risk level 2.

Students in grades

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KnowFully Healthcare Education Announces Scholarship for Pharmacy Students and NAPLEX Candidates

RADNOR, Pa., Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Company will offer the monetary scholarship to college students working towards a Pharmacy degree and currently attending an accredited college or university within the U.S. This scholarship will run each semester, offering a first place prize of $750 and a second place prize of a full NAPLEX review course. Applications are currently open until December 10th, 2020.

To be considered for this scholarship, the application will consist of a video submission answering questions relevant to the pharmacy world and how the candidate envisions it changing. These applications are then reviewed by a judging committee comprised of KnowFully Healthcare experts and advisers, using a competitive judging criteria.

“In a world where healthcare is more important than ever, we at KnowFully are committed to not only empowering individuals to pass this important exam in order to become a pharmacist, but also growing

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