Tag Archives: Education

Posted by Catherine Feeney

There should be only one question, namely whether all individuals – not an exclusive, but inclusive approach – graduating from school or leaving school are prepared for productive employment. In my perspective, the whole dialectic about college-bound and non-college bound and work bound is entirely wrong. The only way to really close the gap between…[ Read More → ]

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Posted by Catherine Feeney

I was speaking with my father the other day about his career in the insurance industry. He was a perfect model of the Baby Boomer Generation walking out of high school and landing a job with a pension, benefits, and long term employment for 25+ years. According to the most recent available data from the…[ Read More → ]

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Posted by Catherine Feeney

The most common conversation that I have with MSSC Instructors is how to keep your class engaged with the e-learning modules. A conversation that I had recently with Butler Tech in Hamilton, OH opened my eyes to the possibilities of incorporating the e-learning in the classroom along with engaging local industry. Here is their story:…[ Read More → ]

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