To support the expansion of the Work4College Program that allows students the opportunity to attend college at NTCC without acquiring debt, and provides a hands on learning experience in a meaningful work area allowing students to earn while they learn.
To support a public-private partnership that includes Howard College, Shannon Health, TRANSFR, with other support from Region 15 Education Service Center, Concho Valley Workforce Development Board, and Local Education Agencies (LEA)s to provide healthcare education and training in the San Angelo region by equipping students with innovative virtual reality (VR) technology. The activities seek to …
To support the UTSA/Urban Education Institute team’s expertise in qualitative research and in improvement science, as well as their access to school, district, and education-focused community organization leaders in the San Antonio area to assist with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s AI college advising communication tool, “ADVi.”
To support the GTF Scholars Program which aims to increase the number of Texas early college high school (ECHS) graduates who successfully transition to a four-year institution of higher education and complete a baccalaureate degree.
The UTeach STEM Educators Virtual Conference 2021 will bring together a community of over 600 faculty, alumni, students, and education and industry stakeholders for two days of professional learning focused on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in STEM Education.
To support the development of a UTeach secondary STEM teacher preparation program at Prairie View A&M University which will address both the need to produce more, highly qualified secondary STEM teachers for Texas students and to diversify the STEM teacher workforce by establishing a UTeach secondary STEM teacher preparation program at PVAMU.
UNT High School Career Connect: Creating Access to Postsecondary and Career Support through Innovation for Rural Students and Communities
To support UNT High School Career Connect which through partnerships with Denton County schools, provides career assessments, guidance, and resources to students, counselors, administrators, and parents via mentoring from UNT student peer mentors and full-time staff.
To support research that will outline the apprenticeship program landscape in Texas, including analyzing the demographic, sectoral, and gender profile of Texas programs, highlight potential barriers to work-based learning or apprenticeship program participation in Texas, and identify promising strategies to expand and brand apprenticeships to women and student parents.
To support the UHCLTeach program which will prepare STEM teachers to implement engaging, inquiry-based learning through research-driven, culturally relevant methods.
To support TSTC to accelerate the conversion of its technical programs to performance-based education.