UD a host institution for the Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education; registration free for UD emails : University of Dayton, Ohio

By Mark Gokavi

The Hanley Sustainability Institute and the University of Dayton have joined a select group of schools as host institutions for the Oct. 20-22 Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education (GCSHE).

Organized by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), the event’s theme is “Mobilizing for a Just Transition.” The virtual conference seeks to deliver inspiring content, engaging networking opportunities and thought-provoking keynote speakers and presenters.

UD stands alongside Arizona State, Carnegie Mellon, Stanford, Colorado, Minnesota, Pittsburgh, Texas, Wisconsin and others as hosts for a conference with a global audience of innovative professionals and students committed to a more sustainable future.

“We’re delighted to serve as a host,” said Ben McCall, HSI’s executive director. “The conference’s theme is resonant with so much activity currently going on at UD, including campus sustainability improvements, curricular innovations, faculty scholarship, community engagement, and our anti-racism action plan.”

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Government teachers’ licence registration on hold

The Teachers Affairs Department at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education has decided to suspend the registration of professional licences for teachers at government schools, and no new applications will be received during the current school year 2020/2021, local Arabic daily Arrayah has reported. 

A circular issued by the department directed to the government schools, said the department will only address the unprocessed applications from the past year. The priority for application to the professional licensing programme will be given to the co-ordinators of subjects, experienced teachers. Co-ordinators who have not got such license can apply for the second level of the programme, while those who already got the license and have spent five years according to the previous system can apply to receive the third level in case they comply with the set regulations and required standards.
Accordingly, schools prepare timetables for the relevant classroom demonstrations of teachers,

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Do student registration process online, govt urges all higher education institutions

PETALING JAYA: All higher education institutions should carry out their registration processes for the new semester online.

The Higher Education Ministry (MoHE) said this should also include all teaching and learning activities, in light of the recent spike in Covid-19 cases nationwide.

“Therefore, MoHE recommends all higher education institutions to postpone their physical registration of new and old students at the campus,” it said in a statement on Friday (Oct 2).

This follows an earlier announcement by Higher Education Minister Datuk Dr Noraini Ahmad that only students from red zones would not be allowed to register face-to-face at their institutions.

“For students who have been on campus and have begun their academic activities, they can remain on their respective campuses,” it said.

MoHE added that the institutions should postpone all activities involving mass gatherings and to help students who are already on campus.

The ministry also said it has been

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Use NCCE to educate Ghanaians on voters registration exercise

General News of Thursday, 1 October 2020

Source: Happy 98.9FM

2020-10-01

Member of Parliament for Madina Constituency, Alhaji Abubakar BonifaceMember of Parliament for Madina Constituency, Alhaji Abubakar Boniface

The Member of Parliament for the Madina Constituency, Alhaji Abubakar Boniface has disclosed that successive governments perceive the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) to be in the pocket of all past governments.

The politician attributed this as the inhibitor to the growth of the Commission and why they can’t execute their mandate.

Explaining why the once vibrant NCCE has become dormant and under-resourced by past administrations, he said, “the Commission in the past has been seen as government machinery with allegiance and subsequent governments have ever since questioned their loyalty”.

He made this known in an interview with Happy 98.9 FM’s Samuel Eshun, host of the Happy Morning Show.

The MP, however, believes the Commission is an essential tool for the development of Ghana and should be resourced to

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Registration now open for YWCA adult-education classes | News

POTTSTOWN — Enrollment is open for the next 12-week session of adult basic education/adult secondary education (high school diploma) classes at YWCA Tri-County Area.

The classes are free to Pennsylvania residents 17 and older without a high school diploma who are not enrolled in any public or private post-secondary school.

Classes are Mondays through Thursdays in two locations: 724 N. Adams St., Pottstown, and 1430 DeKalb St., Norristown.

The next class session begins Oct. 5 and runs through Dec. 23.

YW’s adult education instructors are experienced and supportive, helping adults achieve their goals one step at a time, every step of the way. Students are tested upon enrollment so that instructors can best help them achieve their goals. Instructors and case managers work as a team to support students, helping them develop educational and career goals, and helping them overcome any barriers that may arise.

Students enrolling in high school

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Run The Jewels Announce Performance for Voter Registration

In honor of National Voter Registration Day taking place tomorrow, Adult Swim and Ben & Jerry’s are joining forces to announce their first-ever broadcast livestream event ‘Holy Calamavote.’ Run The Jewels’ performance will air on Oct. 10 exclusively on the channel, in order to encourage voter turnout in the November election.

Run The Jewels will perform their latest album RTJ4 in its entirety, with no commercial breaks, making it a ground-breaking event for both the duo and the channel.

“We’re proud to be a part of this initiative to encourage and enable voting and can’t wait to finally perform our album RTJ4,” Killer Mike and El-P of Run The Jewels said. “This will be fun.”

Along with the aired television performance at midnight EST, viewers will also have the option to watch the stream on Adult Swim’s website here. It will also be available on their YouTube channel afterwards,

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Voter registration drives help educate on vote-by-mail rules | Latest Headlines

“Are you registered to vote?” volunteers asked patrons as they walked into and out of the Pleasantville Post Office on Tuesday. “Do you have a voting plan?”

Most said yes, they were registered. Anyone who wants to vote in the Nov. 3 general election must be registered by Oct. 13.

Some stopped to talk about the best way to get their filled-out ballots to the Board of Elections. Voters can either send them through the mail (they are postage-paid), drop them off in person to their county’s Board of Elections, or drop them off on Election Day at their polling place. They can also drop them in a secure drop box that is under camera surveillance at all times.

The volunteers at the post office, who were from the League of Women Voters, had a list of the 13 drop boxes available in Atlantic County. People can safely leave filled-out

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Registration now open for Fall Classes with Shoreline Adult Ed

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(BRANFORD, CT) – Join a community of lifelong learners by enrolling in Fall 2020 classes with Shoreline Adult Education. Formerly known as ERACE, Shoreline Adult Education offers free academic programs for individuals seeking to earn their High School Diploma / GED® , practice their English language skills, or prepare for their US Citizenship test.

These classes are available to adults, aged 17 years or older, who live in Branford, North Branford, Guilford or Clinton. Individuals outside of our four town region may register for a small non-refundable fee of $50.00 per semester/$75.00 per year if space in the classroom is available. A small number of spots are available for residents of any town in our NEDP (National External Diploma Program) at no charge.
Shoreline Adult Education also offers a variety of affordable enrichment classes,

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Adult Swim Celebrates National Voter Registration Day With Music Performance By Run The Jewels

Adult Swim and Ben & Jerry’s have teamed up for Adult Swim’s first broadcast musical performance, all in celebration of National Voter Registration Day.

Grammy-nominated hip-hop group Run The Jewels will be the attraction. The event will air Saturday, October 10 at Midnight ET/PT on Adult Swim, all with the goal of encouraging fans to vote in the upcoming election.

“Holy Calamavote” will see Run The Jewels perform the entirety of RTJ4, their new album. The show will be presented commercial-free.

“We’re proud to be a part of this initiative to encourage and enable voting and can’t wait to finally perform our album RTJ4. This will be fun,” said a statement from Killer Mike and El-P of Run The Jewels.

“Adult Swim is honored to be a part of this cultural moment and to partner with Run The Jewels and Ben & Jerry’s to present the first performance of the

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Qatar- Registration opens for adult education students

(MENAFN – Gulf Times) The School Affairs Department at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education announced yesterday the opening of registration for adult education students (homeschooling) for the academic year 2020/2021, through the public service portal till October 8.
Schools have been directed to review the documents of the students who registered through the public services portal. The data and documents are verified on a daily and continuous basis. The schools have been also directed to contact the homeschooling students in the adult education system registered with them in the previous academic year 2019/2020, and to register those wishing to complete their education and attendance. 
The ministry also directed the schools to contact the students registered in the electronic registration stage for the academic year 2020/2021 to bring all the necessary documents, and to approve their registration on the system after confirming the documents for registration.
The School Affairs

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