“I think a lot of people just don’t understand welding jobs are not just getting out there and welding in a muddy hole or using heavy equipment," says Bibber. "You could work on factory lines, programming robots, you could go get a job with Chevy and work on the new Corvettes." … [Read more...] about Demand grows for welding jobs in US as students turn away from trade schools
Fafsa approved trade schools
Since Cole’s arrival, the middle and high schools have shifted how they test students internally. Before he arrived, the schools were using tests provided by the parish school system that are given every four to six weeks. Cole shifted to weekly testing, but the tests are typically shorter and the teachers write them, and, most importantly, make immediate use of them, which he said was too often not happening before. … [Read more...] about CSAL, Madison Prep: Small, offbeat charter school grows into local educational, athletic powerhouse
Rutte had looked to have a comfortable majority when the deal was negotiated, but since then Dutch elections have realigned the makeup of his coalition. The Labour Party that helped negotiate the deal while in the ruling coalition is now in opposition and has withdrawn its support. … [Read more...] about In tight vote, Dutch lawmakers approve EU-Canada trade deal
The new announcement would also allow for the import of live birds, said Li Jinghui of the China Poultry Association, benefiting companies including Aviagen [EWESJA.UL] and Cobb-Vantress Inc, both based in the United States and among the world’s biggest poultry breeding companies. … [Read more...] about China approves imports of live poultry from U.S.
Banking deals languished after the financial crisis due to strict capital and liquidity rules imposed on lenders with more than $50 billion in assets, making it unattractive for mid-size lenders to acquire more assets. Regulators also aggressively enforced rules that allow them to bar firms with compliance issues from expanding. … [Read more...] about Morgan Stanley’s E*Trade deal to test Washington’s regulatory mood in election year