These States Are About To Pass Personal Finance Laws This Year

Lee Jimenez, a teacher at Indian Hill Elementary School in Cincinnati, Ohio, discusses credit cards and payment methods with his third-grade class using the online finance curriculum SmartPath. SMARTPATH There is momentum for personal finance education becoming law in many states across the country. Nearly half of states already require such instruction, and more states … Read more

SCAD announces 4 new schools

Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) has announced the creation of four new schools: the School of Creative Technology, School of Animation and Motion, School of Film and Acting, and School of Visual Communication. In addition to the recently announced De Sole School of Business Innovation, SCAD stated its renewed commitment to preparing students … Read more

Ottawa should offer Indigenous language training and exemptions to officials, memo says

A woman looks up to Governor General Mary Simon after taking a photo together after a community gathering on May 10, 2022 in Kangiqsualujjuaq, Que.Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press Senior officials were investigating offering Indigenous language training to federal employees and possible exemptions to those who already speak fluent English and French, recently released documents show. … Read more

Representatives from around the world attend victim support training at Knox | Local news

The Army Casualty Program was the subject of discussion when the United States Army Human Resources Command held an annual training event at the Palma Hall in Fort Knox. The training event was designed for United States military civilians tasked with conducting casualty and morgue operations around the world. The event, led by HRC’s Casualty … Read more

NU’s Levesque Center Hosts Early Childhood Mental Health Summit | Web Tools

The Covid pandemic has brought national attention to the mental health of young children. To help early childhood professionals better support the mental health and well-being of children and their families, Niagara University’s Levesque Institute for Civic Engagement will present a summit on early childhood mental health from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on 22 … Read more

Community Voices: My Long Distance Affair with LA | Community Votes

I may not live in Los Angeles, but I’ve been in love with LA ever since my mom first took me across the Grapevine South on old Highway 99 to shop for a prom dress in downtown Bullock’s. Lunch was always a toss up. Which? Clifton’s Cafeteria Redwood or Clifton’s Pacific Seas with waterfalls and … Read more

150 satchels distributed through Albany’s school giveaway

ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) — Dougherty County Schools are back in session on Monday and the community continues to give back. “The smiles we were able to bring to faces of families, faces of children and just everywhere in the community. It was so enriching and so nurturing,” said Keimon Jefferson, organizer of the book bag … Read more

Future Personal Finance Course Required for S. Carolina High School Graduation

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS/Gray News) – In the future, students in South Carolina will need to learn skills such as managing credit cards and filing taxes to earn their degrees. “I think it’s so important to try and teach some of these fundamental skills to these kids as quickly as possible so they’re just on the … Read more

ACOM announces organizational changes | Local news

PERSONNEL REPORT The Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM) in Dothan recently announced organizational changes in its Department of Clinical Sciences, as well as an addition to the Dean’s Office. The ACOM Division of Clinical Sciences has made organizational changes to better streamline functionality and organized its faculty into three departments, Primary Care and Specialist … Read more