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MSU welcomes high school students from rural districts for advanced physics, computer science program

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Students and teachers taking part in the Advanced STEM Summer Preparatory Program at Mississippi State University are pictured with Stedman Graham, an educator, businessman and bestselling author, who spoke to students virtually this week to share advice and answer questions about how to develop skills needed for success. Students are holding copies of Graham’s book “Teens Can Make it Happen: Nine Steps for Success.” (Photo submitted)

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Nearly 100 promising Mississippi high school students from 13 rural districts are finishing their second week of the Advanced STEM Summer Preparatory Program at Mississippi State University to prepare for

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Poor internet connectivity widens digital divide between urban & rural students during lockdown

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15 Jun 2021 | 12:05 AM

Bhopal, June 14 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan expressed satisfaction on Monday over the fact that the state has the ‘millennium scourge’ almost under complete control with active cooperation of the masses.
“Now we have to pool efforts for ensuring that a third wave does not buffet us,” the senior politician averred during a Cabinet meeting in Sehore District’s Ichhawar.

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14 Jun 2021 | 11:28 PM

Jamui, MP, June 14 (UNI) Even as mankind continues its epic war against the ‘millennium scourge’, here is an inspiring story

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Kerala CM assures internet connectivity and digital devices for all students

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday said internet connectivity and digital devices would be provided for all students in the state irrespective of their financial and geographical barriers to pursue online classes without any hassles during the COVID-19 era.

Urgent steps would be taken to ensure internet free of cost or at a subsidised rate to needy children, he told the Assembly while detailing the measures to be taken by the government to avoid the ‘digital divide’ among students in the state.

Stating that internet connectivity is still an issue in some parts of the state, he said it

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Putting a Computer Lab in Students’ Hands

Like schools throughout the U.S., the Logansport Community School Corporation quickly transitioned to remote learning in the spring of 2020 when social distancing requirements for COVID-19 meant students could no longer gather in the classroom full time. Logansport also introduced a new virtual learning opportunity for students in its Century Career Center, with computer lab as a service (CLaaS).

“We introduced CLaaS to allow students working remotely to do their projects for class on their student devices,” says Cyle Dibble, director of technology at the Logansport Community School Corporation. “Without this solution, students would not be able to do their

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CofC Internship Award Program Opens Doors for Students

Janae Dorsey (pictured above) already knows her plans for the summer. The rising junior will spend 10 weeks in an AT&T internship program working with a computer software team.

Dorsey is one of 10 students embarking upon summer internships thanks to support through the College of Charleston Career Center Internship Award (CCIA) program. Under this unique program, students not only receive a stipend to help defray the cost of their internships, but they also receive an educational framework to help them make the most of their internship experience. The internship award program is designed to provide students with an

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Spotlight on Seniors: Rockingham Early College High School students discuss their dreams | News

I plan to major in biology and minor in computer science at UNC. I’ve always had a fascination for the inner mechanics of the human body, as well as the inner workings of electronics, so my major and minor are both two things I really look forward to learning more about at Carolina.

So far I have received an academic scholarship for UNC worth $3,000 for up to four years, a financial aid grant worth $11,137 for my first upcoming year, and I’ve been saving up money by working part-time at Food Lion for over half a year now.


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