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Feb 26, 2015
Weatherford ISD CommEd Department recognized
Pictured (from left) are Jody Lafferty, Becky Nelson, Carla Stone, Anita Marcle, Donnie McGowen and Dr. Chip Evans.
Weatherford ISD board members recognized the district Community Education Department’s 45th anniversary at a recent meeting.
The Community Education Department, also known as ComEd, is the oldest continuing education department in the state. It was originally formed by then-superintendent Raymond Curtis, board president Shirley Hall and the department’s first director, Bill Pounds.
WISD board recognizes Community Education
The Community Education Department, also known as ComEd, is the oldest continuing education department in the state. It was originally formed by ...
Portal to support career growth, lifelong learning
SINGAPORE – From self-help articles to psychometric assessment tools to job-matching functions — these are among the features that can be found ...
Tyler Morning Telegraph
One mistake young people make is believing learning is a season, a time in your life when you go to school, get an education and move on. The truth ...
Feb 22, 2015
Bulgaria govt approves action plan on implementation of National Strategy for Lifelong Learning
Sofia. Bulgaria government has approved the national action plan on implementation of the National Strategy for Lifelong Learning, the press service ...
Feb 12, 2015
Isaac Asimov on the thrill of lifelong learning, science vs. religion, and the role of science fiction in society
Lifelong learning is a bit like exercising. Sometimes it feels like work, but having done it pays dividends in multiple ways.
Feb 4, 2015
A look at 'the oldest-old'
The Daily Titan
Volunteers of Osher Lifelong Learning Institute hosted “Lessons from the Oldest Old: The 90+ Study,” to encourage lifelong learning and to show that ...
Jan 22, 2015
Power of lifelong learning – cautionary tale from a former colleague
Group provides adults with opportunities for lifelong learning
Texas Tech offers Lifelong Learning classes in HC
Jan 10, 2015
Wi-Fi-Enabled Bus Connects Students in Poor Calif. Community
Education Week News
So far, two buses in the Coachella Valley Unified School District have Wi-Fi technology. The district is still working on how to best use the technology ...
Commentary: Reflections On Donuts, Lifelong Learning And NWACC
Jan 2, 2015
Reflections: Memories of Dad involve 'unique sweets' and lifelong learning
He ignited in me the flame of lifelong learning. He asked, “What's your current learning project? No failure, only learning.” My dad, too, taught me about ...
Guest Editorial: Lifelong learning: seeing things with new eyes
This year why not include a couple of goals that focus on your learning health and initiate your lifelong learning prowess by taking a community and ...
Another local attraction: Learning
Citing those statistics, the American Council on Education noted that there are three motivators for older adults to engage in lifelong learning: to learn, ...
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Community Education is...
...the process by which the citizens in a school district, using the resources and facilities of the district, organize to support each other and to solve their mutual education problems and meet their mutual lifelong needs
TCEA becomes part of Foundation
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TAP Grants still active!
Apply any time for assistance and up to $1000
to start a program!
Posts from Club Ed blog...
The secret life of snowbirds (as posted on New York Times blog)
All I ever need to know I learned from community education
My Community Education Day - and other blog articles on community education
Put a class in every town
"The whole philosophy that people should be learning throughout their life has kind of been thrown out." Cathie McCammon, co-president of Santa Barbara's Association of Continuing Education Students