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CES Newsroom

You'll find an array of articles here about education industry news that spans local, state, and national coverage of interest. The articles are being fed from our CES Newsroom Blog, located at http://blog.collaborative.org. Only the most recent 10 articles are being shown below, to view additional articles, please visit our CES Newsroom Blog.

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CES Stories

January 25 2018
Bill Diehl

Thank you for the article Jan. 17 announcing an innovative and exciting program to provide paid internship opportunities for high school students in Hampshire and Franklin counties (“Grant to boost internships in STEM”).

The internships will be in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and involve local employers. The Franklin-Hampshire Regional Employment Board received a two-year grant... Read More

December 14 2017
Turners Falls High School

Turners Fall, MA — Work is beginning on Powertown in the 21st Century, a project that will provide all Turners Falls High School students with a 21st century education that is rooted in the local community and will prepare them for a bright future in spite of unpredictable economic and social conditions in the region and the world. A generous eighteen month planning grant from the Boston... Read More

December 04 2017
North Adams Armory Building

NORTH ADAMS — Berkshire County is just weeks from having a special education public day school.

The North Berkshire Academy will launch its special education collaborative program in January, inside the North Adams Armory building.

It will be the only special education public day school in Berkshire County, serving students from seventh to 10th grades... Read More

October 13 2017
Jodi Drury of North Berkshire Academy

North Adams, MA — Deciding on a perfect site for the new special education public day school at the Armory Building in North Adams was only the beginning. North Berkshire Academy Director Jodi Drury is now immersed in permits and applications, furniture and supplies, materials, technology and curriculum decisions. “You never know what may come up in this process,” Drury... Read More

September 21 2017
news

In an age where “information” is available at dizzying speeds and in seemingly endless quantities, it is essential to teach consumers the skills they need to discern what is fair, accurate and reliable.

Thankfully, local educators are joining their colleagues across the country in providing students of all ages the tools they need to help discern between fact and opinion, rumor and substantiated details.

... Read More

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