Computer Certification

Yes, she knows it sounds odd coming from someone with an undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and a masters
Abandoning these immigrants would fail a moral test
Politically influential charter school operators in the State of New York are on the verge of pushing through an administrative
It’s not unusual for firefighters and police officers to start their careers as apprentices. Some state agencies are also
By Shaun M. Dougherty, University of Connecticut The Trump administration has some ambitious goals that include trillions
Compared to last year business students are showing more interest in joining the banking industry Job security is a high
This past week we celebrated graduation at Columbia University. Throughout the week, schools gathered under tents on campus
Officials in Indiana and Kentucky say college scholarships for occupational training programs will help fill open jobs. By
By Linda Williams, Ph.D. / Invisible Disability Project “Equity” is broadly circulated in diversity hiring discourse, and
Cybercriminals are unrelenting in their attacks on state and local government computers, and the states are looking to Congress
States are trying to address a shortage of career and technical education teachers by changing licensing laws. By Sophie
There’s a running joke among women at technology events: it’s the only place where there is a line for the men’s room and
“We’re already beginning to see AI infiltrate many of the technologies we rely on both inside and outside of work, but with