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All-New Science Techbook for Middle School and STEM Connect Lead the Resources Supporting Discovery Education's Initiative to Keep You Connected to Curiosity

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SILVER SPRING, Md., October 13, 2020 /3BL Media/  – Discovery Education today launched Keeping You Connected to Curiosity, a new initiative keeping the continuity of curiosity alive for teachers and students everywhere. Discovery Education is the global leader in standards-aligned digital curriculum resources, engaging content, and professional learning for K-12 classrooms.

Securing Your Child's Devices at Home During COVID-19

It’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month and being Cyber Safe has never been more important

By Kevin Roundy, Technical Director at NortonLifeLock Research Group

2020 has been a landmark year in so many ways. Among other challenges, people were forced to find innovative ways to work, learn, and socialize—many of these requiring a new level of digital connection. As a large number of adults and children in communities around the world transitioned to working and learning from home, new vulnerabilities were created.

Connecting Students to the Real World Through Project-Based Learning

By Eric Moore, Senior Director of Programs at TGR Foundation

A project-based learning approach to teaching means connecting students to the real-world through thought-provoking activities designed to challenge and inspire by doing. It’s an effective way to introduce students to multiple subjects while helping them build critical thinking skills.  

College Students Explore the Communities Behind Responsible Apparel Manufacturing in Episode 5 of “Crop to Campus” Minidocumentary

The seven-part documentary follows three North Carolina State University students through HanesBrands’ supply chain – giving them full access to its facilities, people and processes
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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., October 12, 2020 /3BL Media/ - In the fifth episode of filmmaker Rod Murphy’s “Crop to Campus” minidocumentary on apparel sustainability, college students explore the benefits of ethical manufacturing on the communities where plants are located. 

Comedy Central, VH1 and MTV Help Previously Incarcerated People Vote


As we move closer to the U.S. presidential election, we have seen more brands join in creating unique voting initiatives.

Introducing Cisco's Educator Resource Center

Meet Cisco’s hub for free curriculum, virtual field trips, and resources for in-person, virtual, and hybrid learning.

Autumn is considered back-to-school time in the United States and other parts of the world. But this year, the return to the classroom looks dramatically different than ever before. 

$1.2 Million Edison Scholars Program 2021 Application Period Begins

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ROSEMEAD, Calif., /3BL Media/ — High school seniors whose dreams are to power the future and make a difference through the study of science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) are invited to apply for Edison International’s $1.2 million Edison Scholars Program.

General Mills Celebrates International Day of the Girl

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This International Day of the Girl, General Mills is proud to join with CARE in celebrating the resilience and strength of women and girls everywhere. Through our partnership with CARE in cocoa-growing communities in Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire, we are empowering farmers to improve the well-being of their families and communities, including helping their daughters pursue an education and fulfill their dreams.

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Microsoft's President US, Kate Johnson - Keynote PowerChat with Ideagen's CEO George Sifakis

Microsoft's President US, Kate Johson Keynote PowerChat
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Ideagen TV's Most Powerful Interview of 2020 - Watch Kate Johnson, President Microsoft US Keynote PowerChat with Ideagen's CEO, George Sifakis.... #Empathy

Watch the interview here and learn more about Kate's incredible leadership at:

Eric's Journey to IBM

By Eric Cholula-Martinez

My parents immigrated to the U.S. from Mexico and moved to California, where I was born. They eventually settled in Brooklyn, New York, where they worked endless hours doing labor jobs to support me and my two younger sisters as we attended school. My parents may not have been fortunate enough to have a full education but they modeled the value of hard work and dedication to their family, as they wanted us to have all we needed for a successful future. Seeing how hard my parents worked I decided at young age that their efforts will not go to waste.


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