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Gov. Ducey Begins Federal CARES Act Funds Distribution To Schools

The Governor’s Office announced on Thursday that the process has begun to distribute $370 million in federal CARES Act funds to public and charter schools in the state.The Enrollment Stabilization Grant (ESG) Program, a form of COVID relief funding, has allocated a total of $716 million toward Arizona K-12 schools.The program was first announced as […]

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CCC to Teach Cloud-Based Computing

Leaders in the technology industry say that cloud-based computing is not only the future, but it is already here. Coconino Community College has joined other colleges across Arizona in a statewide effort to increase access to cloud computing education in schools. The Arizona Commerce Authority recently announced the initiative, with the support of Amazon Web […]

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CCC joins statewide effort to train cloud-based computing

Leaders in the technology industry say that cloud-based computing is not only the future, but it is already here.  Coconino Community College has joined other colleges across Arizona in a statewide effort to increase access to cloud computing education in schools. On Thursday, the Arizona Commerce Authority announced the initiative, with the support of Amazon […]

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Coral Evans

Prioritizing Education in Arizona

Hello, Northern Arizona! I hope everyone is enjoying their fall! This month, I want to talk about how we talk about education. The Red for Ed movement last year made teacher pay a priority in Arizona, though it still remains one of the lowest in the country. In my meetings with those who work in […]

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Coral Evans

Urging More for Education 

Hello, Flagstaff!  I am the daughter of a former Elementary School Teacher and I taught Adult Basic Education, GED Preparation and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) for the Flagstaff Unified School District for five years.    As I write this, the state legislature is at work on the state budget. As in years past, […]

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Developing Soft Skills at CCC

I have a rhetorical question for you to contemplate: Why do we use the term “soft skills” to describe skills that are so difficult for many people to demonstrate in the work world? I constantly hear from our partners in business and industry that they need workforce training in soft skills above anything else. According to […]

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Painting a Successful Picture for Fine Arts Education

For the last 15 years, the Palette to Palate fundraiser has been dedicated to raising funds for the Coconino Community College Fine Arts Department. In that time, the event has helped fund the purchase of a pugmill, which makes clay smooth and consistent and has helped buy a badly needed new kiln to fire pottery. […]

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Investing in Education and Success

At the start of a new year, good intentions and goals are plentiful. Resolutions form a path for optimism and the promise of success is in the air. At NAU, we are optimistic – but our confidence is not limited to specific dates on the calendar. We enter each new day with excitement for what […]

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Education as a Pathway to Pursuing Possibilities

In Flagstaff, we are thoroughly enjoying the peak of summer. More than any other time of year, this is the month that our minds turn to the celebration of freedom and the legacy of our nation’s dedication to a dream. We benefit from the early Americans’ vision – a vision that shapes the liberty we […]

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CCC President Honored at NAU Graduation

Northern Arizona University President John Haeger and Coconino Community College President Leah Bornstein have spent four years building a multifaceted partnership that leads to student success. At NAU’s spring commencement ceremony on May 12, Haeger will present Bornstein with an honorary degree in recognition of her dedication to higher education and her contributions to NAU. Since assuming […]

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