Education/Youth

Frances S. Tucker Elementary, Miami Springs Elementary, and Earlington Heights Elementary are the recipients of an Electronic Keyboard Lab awarded by the New York-based not-for-profit 42nd Street Development Corporation through the Music and The Brain (MATB) grant. Students in grades 2-5 will learn to read and play music, understand rhythm, and will be exposed to a variety of genres of music and famous composers through this innovative music class. Read more here. 
Miami, April 5, 2017 – Beginning in the 2017 fall semester, Miami Dade College’s (MDC) School of Engineering and Technology will offer three new College Credit Certificates, in addition to the existing associate degree in Industrial Engineering Technology and bachelor’s degrees in Data Analytics and Information Systems Technology. MDC’s School of Education, renowned for its associate and bachelor’s degree programs in Education, will now offer a certificate in Instructional Design and Technology. The Fall Semester starts Aug. 28.
Miami, April 5, 2017 – Beginning in the 2017 fall semester, Miami Dade College’s (MDC) School of Engineering and Technology will offer three new College Credit Certificates, in addition to the existing associate degree in Industrial Engineering Technology and bachelor’s degrees in Data Analytics and Information Systems Technology. MDC’s School of Education, renowned for its associate and bachelor’s degree programs in Education, will now offer a certificate in Instructional Design and Technology. The Fall Semester starts Aug. 28.
MIAMI (March 29, 2017) – Joined by police chiefs, mental health counsellors, medical school deans, and student leaders, the Board of Governors and presidents from all 12 of Florida’s public universities came together on Wednesday to rally support for additional mental health counsellors and law enforcement officers, raising the State University System’s research profile, and rewarding university performance.
Miami—The Greater Miami Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, a not-for-profit community service organization, will partner with Colgate Palmolive to provide free dental care for local underserved students on Thursday, March 30 and Friday, March 31. Colgate’s Bright Smiles, Bright Futures® program will provide more than 200 students in kindergarten, first and second grades with dental screenings at no cost in its fully staffed and equipped dental van.
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