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November 17, 2017

Education: K-12

DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Community Conversation

Washington, DC, October 30, 2017 –(PR.com)– Wrapping up National Arts and Humanities Month, the DC Arts and Humanities Education celebrates its 20th anniversary, today, October 30th, working with its members and community stakeholders to advance equitable access to the arts and humanities for DC public and public charter school students and their educators. As the

New PlayMore® Digital Color Art Library Gift Item Encourages Creative Art Activity in Children Using Microsoft Paint 3D

Wexford, PA, October 26, 2017 –(PR.com)– AZ Direct, LLC on Wednesday formally announced the release of the HD Digital Color Art Library under the brand name PlayMore®. The Playmore® HD Color Art Library is a digital collection of over 1,200 high-resolution coloring-book-like line art files that are stored on a 2 GB USB Flash Drive

High School Juniors and Seniors Think They Are Failing Emotionally

Atlanta, GA, October 20, 2017 –(PR.com)– #StrongGirls Initiative Empowers Young Women to Become Emotionally Intelligent High school juniors and seniors rate themselves a “69” emotionally in “confidence to succeed,” “feeling overwhelmed,” “dealing with stress,” and “staying motivated,” according a new findings conducted by The Keitt Institute’s #StrongGirls program. Low ratings in these areas make it

More Field-Trips for More DC Students; DC Collaborative to Receive Largest Whole Foods Market 5% Community Giving Day Donation

Washington, DC, October 10, 2017 –(PR.com)– Equitable Access to Arts and Humanities Institutions for More DC Students Whole Foods Market DC Stores Donate a Record $28,000 During Its Recent 5 Percent Community Giving Day Kicking off National Arts and Humanities Month, the DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative will receive a $28,000 donation from DC

Safety Center’s Teen Safe Driving Campaign Receives Funding from The Allstate Foundation Good Starts Young Program

Sacramento, CA, October 10, 2017 –(PR.com)– Safety Center received funding for the sixth consecutive year from The Allstate Foundation Good Starts Young Program to raise awareness around teen safe driving issues for the California Teen-to-Teen Safe Driving Campaigns. Distracted driving issues are believed too be under-reported and this dangerous behavior will continue to increase with

K12 Insight Welcomes Gregg Levin as President and COO

Herndon, VA, September 19, 2017 –(PR.com)– K12 Insight today announced the appointment of longtime education technology industry leader Gregg Levin as president and chief operating officer. As president and COO, Levin will be primarily responsible for scaling K12 Insight’s growing customer service and community engagement platform for schools. “For more than twenty years, Gregg has

Announcing eLuma’s All-Inclusive Telehealth Curriculum Platform – Content, Lesson Planning, Apps, Assessment

Lehi, UT, September 19, 2017 –(PR.com)– eLuma’s Virtual BackpackTM eLuma has released the industry’s first ever telehealth curriculum platform designed specifically for online speech therapy, online occupational therapy, online counseling, and other related telehealth services. Successful and sustainable teletherapy solutions are blended, and eLuma creates the tools to enable a school’s onsite and eLuma’s online

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