education

Washington State News: Governor Inslee details plan to create a statewide free college program for Washington students

OLYMPIA, WA – Jan. 13, 2019 – Following a roundtable with a small group of college students, Governor Jay Inslee detailed his plan Friday to transform the State Need Grant into Washington’s College Promise grant, a guaranteed source of financial aid for more than 93,000 eligible students. The State Need Grant is currently the foundation … Continue reading Washington State News: Governor Inslee details plan to create a statewide free college program for Washington students

Construction Costs Increase as Markets Remain Active

  NEW YORK/ JANUARY 11, 2019 (STL.News) Turner Construction Company announced that the Fourth Quarter 2018 Turner Building Cost Index—which measures costs in the non-residential building construction market in the United States—has increased to a value of 1120. This represents a 1.36% quarterly increase and 5.86% yearly increase from the Third Quarter 2018 and Fourth … Continue reading Construction Costs Increase as Markets Remain Active

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis News: Tiny, implantable device uses light to treat bladder problems

Implantable device that works in rats has potential to replace electronic stimulators, drugs for pain, incontinence ST LOUIS, MO – Jan. 3, 2018 – A team of neuroscientists and engineers has developed a tiny, implantable device that has potential to help people with bladder problems bypass the need for medication or electronic stimulators. The team … Continue reading Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis News: Tiny, implantable device uses light to treat bladder problems

Bell Brown Medical Institute Offers Free Tuition for Displaced Vatterott Students

Many students are devastated by the abrupt closing of many large for-profit schools in Saint Louis and the surrounding area. Most recently, Vatterott Colleges around the city closed its doors on students with no warning. Bell Brown Medical Institute, located in Florissant, Missouri, is offering free tuition for any medical assistant students that were displaced … Continue reading Bell Brown Medical Institute Offers Free Tuition for Displaced Vatterott Students

A World-Class Tuition Program

As a parent, witnessing your child struggle academically can be quite painful to endure.  Although some parents can guide and coach their children on their own, most parents struggle to do so.  To their relief, tuition programs are here to help your child.  A lot of parents enroll their children to tuition programs to fulfill … Continue reading A World-Class Tuition Program

Missouri News: Missouri Lottery Generates $26.3 Million in Monthly Profits for Education

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Profits from Missouri Lottery ticket sales in November were sent to the Lottery Proceeds Fund for public education today.  This month’s transfer of $26,307,926 brings the total for FY19 to more than $167.6 million. Since Missouri Lottery sales started in 1986, the Lottery has generated more than $6 billion for the … Continue reading Missouri News: Missouri Lottery Generates $26.3 Million in Monthly Profits for Education

Sports News: Missouri S&T wins Mineral Water Bowl

EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, MO – It was a long time between bowl games — 68 years, to be exact — but the Missouri S&T Miners proved they were worthy of the post-season on Saturday (Dec. 1, 2018) with a convincing win over the Minnesota State University Moorhead Dragons in the 2018 Mineral Water Bowl. Missouri S&T … Continue reading Sports News: Missouri S&T wins Mineral Water Bowl

WASHINGTON | DeVos play not meant as ‘cartoon or lampoon,’ producer says

WASHINGTON  — Guns in schools to protect students from grizzly bears? Betsy DeVos endured yet another rocky confirmation hearing in the Senate to become education secretary — this time on a theater stage. In a play performed on Monday at Washington’s Arena Stage theater, about a dozen student actors from local high schools posed as … Continue reading WASHINGTON | DeVos play not meant as ‘cartoon or lampoon,’ producer says