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--Any Veteran can now take IT and Business Courses from Anywhere via CyberLearning Courseware WASHINGTON, Oct.
MCLEAN, Va., May 23, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- National Education Foundation (NEF), the national non-profit leader in bridging the STEM education divides, and its academy partner State University
Enables disadvantaged school districts to get up to $50 million Federal funds WASHINGTON, Feb.
NEF offers a limited CyberMonday offering of buy one get one that includes 60 certifications.
As Thanksgiving approaches, this NEF’s one action that displays its philanthropic mission and will make some K-12 school Boards very happy.
NEF has launched an innovative Public-Private partnership program in its Adopt- A-School Initiative.
With the current emphasis on cost-savings and energy conservation school administrators and boards have begun to consider the Qualified Zone Academy Bond as a viable option.
NEF Cyberlearning's STEM grants addresses the financial concerns of school districts for STEM education.
By investing in the integration of technology into the classroom setting, NEF’s CyberLearning platform provides an innovative method for the integration of STEM + (Science, Technology, Engineering
NEF/CyberLearning, announced today a global initiative to provide 100% tuition scholarships to 5,000 underemployed and unemployed Canadians seeking to advance their 21st century job skills.
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