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SUGAR LAND, Texas, Sept. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Online continuing education is quickly becoming an attractive solution for educators to fulfill their continuing education, certification, and salary advancement requirements. Education professionals often face significant time and budget constraints yet require an increasing level of development and training to serve their students and address the diverse needs of 21st-century education. Embracing this challenge, SNHU has led the way in providing online continuing education opportunities to teachers, administrators, and paraprofessionals. Now, through a partnership with Model Teaching, a K-12 online professional development leader, SNHU will offer an expanded selection of high-quality courses that meet most educators' content area and accreditation needs.

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AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- CoachTube, the largest platform to teach and learn sports from the most notable names in coaching, today announced that it will now offer courses from top student athletes in a variety of sports. In turn, rising athletes finally have a lucrative way to earn money from their Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) thanks to recent NCAA rule changes. College stars from powerhouse sports programs at Clemson, Oklahoma, Texas, Georgia, and Miami are already taking advantage of this NCAA shift.

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AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Acadeum, the creator of an online course-sharing platform used by more than 380 colleges and universities to support student progress and completion, today announced a new dual enrollment offering that will expand access to college education for high school students nationwide.

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DALLAS, Aug. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- There's a lot of talk about division about what is taught in school today, but the latest research by the National Financial Educators Council suggests that most of us can agree on one issue: we believe youth should learn about money management while in high school. According to the results of an NFEC survey conducted in August, more than 84% of Americans responded "Definitely Yes" or "Yes" to the question, "Do you think high school students should take personal finance courses in high school?"