Local high school students come together at the Performing Arts Center at Brookdale Community College for a Shakespeare Competition, hosted by the Monmouth County Branch of the English Speaking Union. From 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., students will present performances of Shakespearean monologues and sonnets, with the winner going on to compete in the 30th annual edition of the ESU’s National Shakespeare Competition in NYC. Newman Springs Road / Route 520.
She replaces embattled ex-chairman
Nearly 30% of Americans with associate’s degrees now make more than those with bachelor’s degrees, according to Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce
Brookdale Community College will sponsor the Community Job Fair 2013 on Friday, March 15, 2013 9:30am to 2:00pm. The event will be held at the Bucky James Community Center at 231 Wilbur Ray Avenue in Long Branch, New Jersey.
Take Louisiana charm. Add some straight-talking death row stories. Sprinkle a pinch of shocking statistics. And you have Sr. Helen Prejean, the Dead Man Walking nun who dedicates her life to promoting human life and dignity.
Lou & Liz will have your chance to win a pair of tickets to see the Harlem Globetrotters at the Collins Arena in Lincroft at Brookdale Community College March 13th and March 14th and qualify for your child’s chance to win a spot at the ball boy/girl during the game! Purchase tickets now HERE!
The Warner Student Life Center at Brookdale Community College was closed before lunchtime Friday after fumes from a fuel spill caused an hour-long evacuation.
The college degree is becoming the new high-school diploma: the new minimum requirement, albeit an expensive one, for getting even the lowest-level job.
As with many community colleges across the country, the need to remain innovative and current with both course offerings and pedagogy is critical in the retention of students and ultimately in the student’s ability to complete a degree or certificate program. One way to improve retention and set students on the path to completion is to encourage student engagement.
The nation is training twice as many K-5 elementary school teachers as needed each year while shortages remain in math, science and special education, according to a recent report by the National Council on Teacher Quality.