Michael G. Sheppard

Activist, Game Changer

Category: Veteran Affairs

How Veterans Are Doing Their Part To Ease America's Teacher Shortage Michael G. Sheppard

How Veterans Are Doing Their Part To Ease America’s Teacher Shortage

After veterans have served their country on the field of combat, many return home to serve in other ways: in the classroom, for example. Training the future minds of America to be thinkers and leaders can’t be understated. The experiences and skills that military veterans have acquired because of their service to the United States […]

Progress on the New Career-Education Law Michael G. Sheppard

Progress on the New Career-Education Law

Senate lawmakers are currently working on improvements in the Perkins Career and Technical Education Law, a law that provides for federal spending for technical education in the United States. This re-authorization of the Perkins Law will now give states and local educational facilities more flexibility in determining where their funding should be directed to reach career […]

Low-income, Underserved, & Veterans Gain Educational Opportunities in Seattle

Low-income, Underserved, & Veterans Gain Educational Opportunities in Seattle

Low-income individuals, the underserved, and veterans in Seattle now have access to many more enriching opportunities. Seattle, Washington’s South Seattle College recently opened the Education Opportunity Center (EOC). The development of the program is an example of efforts being made across the board to better the circumstances of those who served, as well those requiring assistance […]

On The Front Lines: Educators and Veterans Share Symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

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