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Virtually every industry has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic over the past year and a half. Companies and organizations in finance, healthcare, IT, education and many more have scrambled to adapt to the new normal that is work from home (WFH). In turn, many employees have come to the realization that they are happier and just as productive in their jobs when working from home. As some companies and organizations have begun

Are you looking for a way to engage your students with career and technical education (CTE) curriculum in this challenging educational environment?  The Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) Fund, passed as part of the CARES Act, can be used by districts for “purchasing educational technology (including hardware, software, and connectivity),” “planning and implementing activities related to summer learning and enrichment and supplemental after-school programs,” "any activity authorized by the Carl D. Perkins

Students in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) participated in a bootcamp in late June hosted by GEAR UP 4 LA and California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA). The bootcamp was facilitated by CTeLearning and endorsed by the Web Professionals Organization (WebProfessionalsGlobal.org). This bootcamp was developed to inspire students to start thinking about their future careers and goals. The week-long experience was created to first get the students to conceptualize an entrepreneurial startup

Students at the Boys and Girls High School in Brooklyn, NY recently completed the Web Design for Business and Marketing course and Remote Working Professional course and certifications through a brand-new program offered by CTeLearning and the Web Professionals Organization (webprofessionalsglobal.org). The students are the first in NYC to complete the courses, earning integrated industry-recognized certifications and association membership. The students were led by their teacher, Tanya Wardally, who sought out the curriculum

Six students at Lakeview Leadership Academy High School in Victorville, CA recently completed their certifications in Animation, giving themselves career boosts in an exciting and rapidly growing STEM field. The curriculum that Animation Instructor Nikki Jarvis used to prepare students for the career-building certifications is a media-rich and engaging course that gets learners excited about the world of animation and opens their eyes to potential career paths. It features tutorials and project-based learning that