This year, the 65th Annual Los Angeles County Science & Engineering Fair was a success, thanks to the generous support of Dr. Gary K. Michelson & the fair’s corporate sponsors Spacex, Edison International, and the Northrop Grumman Corporation to name a few. Together, they provided generous contributions and support for
Dr. Gary Michelson, founder of The Michelson Twenty Million Minds Foundation, envisions a higher education climate that supports diverse learners in their path to career success. However, students in two-year institutions are currently missing out on an important opportunity, to the detriment of their future: most community college students are
May 15, 2015 Yesterday, Governor Jerry Brown released a revised budget proposal reflecting a $6.7 billion increase in revenues since the January proposal. Although these changes in funding are encouraging, there is still a lot of work to be done to expand access to the tens of thousands of students
This year marks the 30th anniversary of School Library Month. In the past three decades, libraries have experienced vast changes, from card-based catalog systems, electronic databases, and PC networks, to the world-wide web and today’s instant resource delivery options. “Libraries, like all other sectors, are working hard to keep pace
By: Phil Hill The traditional textbook market is going away, and even publishers understand this change. “Textbooks are dead,” the former president of McGraw-Hill Higher Education, Brian Kibby, said at EDUCAUSE 2014. He said that personalization and adaptive learning techniques are where innovation is happening in the educational publishing industry.