The Republic By Staff Reports - 1/23/20 11:26 AMLuz Elena Michel received the Indiana Civil Rights Commission “Trailblazer Award” at the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Indiana Holiday Celebration in Indianapolis. Michel received the award honoring her support of minority groups in Bartholomew County, including the group Latinx, which works with disabled, single mothers, homeless children [...]
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EWIN Grant awarded This fall, the Information Technology (IT) EcO Network was awarded a $9000 EWIN planning grant from the University of Indianapolis’ Center of Excellence in Learning of Leadership (CELL), Education Workforce Innovative Network (EWIN) office. The project launched on October 31st, with the following objective: Make it easy for employers and local high [...]
Partners gather to discuss Future of Work The energy in the room was high on Monday, November 4th when close to a hundred EcO Network partners met at the Indigo Hotel in Columbus for a discussion forum on the future of work. We had representatives from all EcO Network industry sectors including manufacturing, healthcare and [...]
The Republic By Andy East - 10/7/19 7:06 PM A Columbus Education Coalition Latino Education Group encouraged young Latino students at a recent conference to follow their dreams and to believe that anything “es posible,” including attending college. The conference, called “Es Posible,” which translates to “it is possible” in English, was held at the Columbus Learning [...]
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IHEP- INSTITUTE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION POLICY AUTHORS: LEANNE DAVIS, KIMBERLY WATTS, AND JULIE AJINKYA OCTOBER 2019 Four Regional Approaches to Support Rural Students Rural America has been largely abandoned by higher education for too long. Nearly 41 million American adults live 25 miles or more from the nearest university or college, or in areas where [...]
Rural students face a growing gap in college-level learning Posted: September 20, 2019 Authors: Susan Headden Organizations: Lumina Foundation Here’s a surprising fact: Students from America’s rural communities graduate from high school at rates higher than the national average. Fully 80 percent of them finish 12th grade, just a shade below the 81 percent who graduate from more [...]