Automotive tech students from 17 Toronto-area high schools tested their knowledge and mechanical aptitude in a high-octane skills competition organized by Centennial College recently. The two-member student teams had 120 minutes to diagnose and repair 10 new Volkswagen Jettas rigged with identical operating problems by Centennial\'s School of Transportation instructors.
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The Art Institutes and Americans for the Arts, the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education, announced today that entries for the 2013 Poster Design Competition will be accepted through January 31, 2013. The Competition winners will earn tuition scholarships to study at one of the more than 50 Art Institutes schools, including a full tuition scholarship for the national first place winner in the high school senior category.
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While many students spent the weeks and months leading up to spring break preparing for midterm exams, an ambitious group of students geared up for another important test. They are the 70 teams from 18 high schools and 31 universities across North America — including Canada, Mexico and the United States — participating in Shell Eco-marathon® Americas 2011. The test? To push the boundaries of fuel efficiency and see which team can go the farthest using the least amount of energy at Shell Eco-marathon Americas, taking place April 14-17, 2011 on the streets of downtown Houston.
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Throughout September, Dollar General will celebrate schools and honor teachers during its year-long “Every Day Heroes” campaign.
In celebration of schools everywhere, Dollar General will offer customers the opportunity to win money for their school through the Dollar General “Write to Win” promotion. Customers ages 21 and over may visit dollargeneral.com to submit a brief essay about why their school deserves to win. Three essays will be selected and the winning schools mentioned in those essays will win $10,000 each.
In partnership with Procter & Gamble® (P&G), Dollar General is honoring schools across the country and is proud to be featuring AAMA-Sanchez Charter School in Houston. One of the school’s teachers, Melanie Flores, will represent the school on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network in September as part of the “Every Day Heroes” campaign.
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ChildObesity180 today announced the two National school program winners of its nationwide innovation contest. The competition was designed to identify and reward the most creative, impactful, and scalable school-based programs and technologies to promote children’s physical activity.
Among the many schools nationwide employing running and walking programs, the 100 Mile Club in Corona-Norco, CA is a true pioneer. Inspired by the 1992 Summer Olympics, special education teacher Kara Lubin had a dream that kids would be motivated to stay fit by the simple goal of “winning the gold medal.” These medals, based on dedication and effort, not speed and fitness, could reward students of all abilities, including Lubin’s special education students. Lubin took action and founded the 100 Mile Club in 1993. Elementary school students are presented with a straightforward challenge, run 100 miles over the course of the school year. Students log miles before school, after school, during recess, and at sanctioned community events. Milestones are rewarded with simple tokens – wristbands, pencils, and medals. A year-end assembly celebrates and recognizes students who have achieved 100 miles, and those still with miles to go. Nearly 20 years later, the 100 Mile Club has stood the test of time, and been adopted by schools in California and across the nation. The program is highly scalable and with Lubin’s help, is now in place in more than 115 schools across eight U.S. states, reaching more than 30,000 students.
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http://www.akshayapatra.org/- Akshaya Patra Foundation an NGO in India currently feeds 1.3 million school children everyday in 9 states and 20 locations in India. This foundation aims to feed hungry child across India. It has an ambitious aim to feed 5 million children by 2020.
So, feed hungry child by donating online just Rs 750 for an entire year to Akshaya Patra Foundation.
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Currently Akshaya Patra in Bangalore feeds 184,530 children in 1055 schools
Akshaya Patra in Hubli feeds 126, 693 in 789 schools
Akshaya Patra in Mangalore feeds 19,043 in 145 schools
Akshaya Patra in Mysore feeds 13,835 in 63 schools
Akshaya Patra in Bellary feeds 115,945 in 575 schools
Akshaya Patra in Vrindavan feeds 139,262 in 1874 schools
Akshaya Patra in Jaipur feeds 92,763 in 1081 schools
Akshaya Patra in Baran feeds 11,456 in 166 schools
Akshaya Patra in Nathdwara feeds 25,274 in 435 schools
Akshaya Patra in Puri feeds 55,835 in 648 schools
Akshaya Patra in Nayagarh feeds 24,580 in 352 schools
Akshaya Patra in Gandhinagar feeds 121,508 in 666 schools
Akshaya Patra in vadodara feeds 113, 593 in 616 schools
Akshaya Patra in Surat feeds 165,057 in 371 schools
Akshaya Patra in Bhilai feeds 23,674 in 160 schools
Akshaya Patra in Hyderabad feeds 54,849 in 454 schools
Akshaya Patra in Vizag feeds 5, 249 in 7 schools
Akshaya Patra in Guwahati feeds 53,649 in 592 schools
Akshaya Patra in Chennai feeds 718 in 1 school.
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ATLANTA (January 29, 2019) – Leading early education and care provider Primrose Schools and its nearly 400 independently owned schools across the country joined forces for the most successful fundraising and volunteering year in the company's 36-year history. Through its Primrose PromiseSM CSR program, more than 63,000 Primrose children and their families engaged in giving efforts that generated more than $914,000 for local and national charities in 2018. These efforts represent a 16.8 percent increase over the company's 2017 impact.
Primrose Promise gives Primrose team members, children and their families meaningful opportunities to make a difference in their communities. Primrose Promise efforts focus on three key impact areas – people, the planet and philanthropy – and help Primrose fulfill its mission to forge a path that leads to a brighter future for all children.
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Germany is witnessing a constant rise in the number of private schools – there are roughly 3000 at present. The reason: Many parents have lost faith in state-run education, not least after the damning verdict and the abysmal ratings of the so-called 2006 PISA report. They prefer to send their children to privately funded schools. The percentage of private students has reached eight percent nationwide and has doubled since the mid-1990s, regardless of monthly tuition fees of an average 150 Euros per child. Private schools may follow a variety of different educational approaches. Nevertheless they are united in their ultimate objective of providing a better and individually-tailored education to their pupils. Hamburg’s Bugenhagen College is one of the schools that are going down this route. It is particularly worth mentioning that the college does not differentiate between non-handicapped and disabled youngsters.