Oklahoma City University Esports hires new head coach-coordinator | community ( News Oklahoma )

OKLAHOMA CITY – City University Business hired these Connor Knudsenas a “leader in defense and community marketing” as its new esports head coach and coordinator. OCU Esports is OCU’s fastest growing competitive gambling program. “We are excited to have Coach Knudsen leading our teams, providing vital production to our event, and successfully providing for our … Read more

MISTAKE OF THINKING: Rural Iowa should be responsible for schools Columns ( News Iowa )

It won’t be long before the empty spaces near the Iowa Capitol will be as hard to find as compromise between Democrats and Republicans. The Legislature returns to Des Moines on January 9, more firmly in Republican control than it was on May 4, when this year’s session ended. With a strong showing in the … Read more

First Class Children’s Foundation makes the largest donation to date Place ( News Oklahoma )

DUBOIS – The First Grade Children’s Foundation had a busy day Friday, donating boxes of Imagination to both Wasson and Oklahoma Elementary Schools and the Imagination Station at Juniata Elementary. With the donation of Imagination Boxes to Wasson and Oklahoma Elementary Schools, the First Class Children’s Foundation (FCCF) has now delivered boxes to every elementary … Read more

White House decorations, prospective Native teachers and more

The halls are decorated; Jenks Public Schools announced Wednesday that ornaments designed by 18 Jenks Middle School students will decorate the Christmas tree on the White House campus. Earlier this year, the National Park Service selected Jenks Middle School as the only school in the state to create an Oklahoma tree plan, one of 58 … Read more

League of US trend, Iowa ups college community address

Vanessa Miller Gazette IOWA CITY — After shedding students annually for more than a decade — a post-Great Recession trend exacerbated by the pandemic — Iowa’s 15 community colleges this fall recorded their first collective enrollment uptick since 2010: a half-percentage-point bump, pushing the student tally to 82,251. Individually, the new Iowa college community address … Read more

Regents to track enrollment drops Oelwein Daily Register

Iowa’s public universities are projected to see enrollment growth after six years of decline, members of the Iowa Board of Regents heard this week. Jason Bridges, associate academic officer for the board, announced projected tuition rates for the next decade Thursday at a meeting of regents in Council Bluffs. He said the enrollment numbers are … Read more

Nursing program to launch at University of Northern Iowa in 2024

CEDAR FALLET – The University of Northern Iowa has responded to a call to action that can help address the state’s nursing shortage. UNI’s Board of Regents approved a proposal for a bachelor of science degree in nursing last week, which will join BSN programs already established at two other state universities. The necessary system … Read more

Regents researching the drops of the levy, the plan increases the future Iowa News

Iowa’s public universities are projected to see enrollment growth after six years of decline, members of the Iowa Board of Regents heard this week. Jason Bridges, associate academic officer for the board, announced projected tuition rates for the next decade Thursday at a meeting of regents in Council Bluffs. He said the enrollment numbers are … Read more

Regents researching the drops of the levy, the plan increases the future News

Iowa’s public universities are projected to see enrollment growth after six years of decline, members of the Iowa Board of Regents heard this week. Jason Bridges, associate academic officer for the board, announced projected tuition rates for the next decade Thursday at a meeting of regents in Council Bluffs. He said the enrollment numbers are … Read more

2023 Oklahoma Teacher of the Year Finalists Announced | community

OKLAHOMA CITY – The 12 finalists for Oklahoma’s next Teacher of the Year were announced by Joy Hofmeister, Superintendent of Public Instruction. “These finalists represent some of the highest teaching talent in Oklahoma,” Hofmeister said. “They are outstanding people who have a tremendous heart for their students and an unwavering dedication to the teaching profession.” … Read more