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DOE Cultural Education Introduces Student Workshops on Traditional Music, Lyrics

The Virgin Islands Department of Education’s Division of Virgin Islands Cultural Education has embarked on an exciting journey to bring back the traditional music of the V.I. and the Caribbean.

Instructional Technology Rolls Out New Office 3656 Student E-mail Service

The Virgin Islands Department of Education (DOE), Office of Instructional Technology, recently overhauled its online operating system, which now offers all public school students in 1st-12th grades a new user account and e-mail address on Office 365, one of the top online operating systems on the market today.

New Higher Education Collaboration to Advance STEM Leadership

Four diverse and prominent institutions of higher education have joined forces to conduct research on proven leadership approaches to broadening participation in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

President Hall to Speak at Prestigious Landon Lecture Series

University of the Virgin Islands President David Hall has been selected to speak on the Higher Education Panel at the Landon Lecture Series on Sept. 26. Kansas State University (KSU) is home to the Landon Lecture Series, one of the nation's most prestigious and well-known lectures.

viNGN Offers Parents and Kids Tips on Digital Privacy, Internet Safety

With the theme “Invest to Protect,” the Virgin Islands Next Generation Network (viNGN) shared digital privacy and Internet safety tips with parents, faculty and students at a recent PTSG meeting. Parents who feel overwhelmed by technology and online threats can rest assured that they can keep themselves and their children safer on the Internet.

Conference Shows Culture Bearers How to Impact Student Learning

The Virgin Islands Department of Education’s Division of Virgin Islands Cultural Education is poised to influence the way students learn and what they learn with the first “A New Vision: Traditionalist and Preservationist Culture Bearers Impacting Students Learning” Conference that was recently held in the territory.

Conference Shows Culture Bearers How to Impact Student Learning

The Virgin Islands Department of Education’s (VIDOE) Division of Virgin Islands Cultural Education is poised to influence the way students learn and what they learn with the first “A New Vision: Traditionalist and Preservationist Culture Bearers Impacting Students Learning” Conference that was recently held in the territory.

V.I. Students Invited to Enter Essay Contest on Hispanic Heritage

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month 2016, Sept. 15 through Oct. 15, the Virgin Islands Department of Education’s Division of Virgin Islands Cultural Education has announced the launch of an essay contest opened to students in grades 6-12.

Federal Aid Applications Available to Students October 1

Students seeking assistance with financing their higher education will be able to apply for student aid rather than wait until the new calendar year. This year, students and their family members will be able to file a 2017-18 FAFSA as early as Oct. 1, 2016, rather than beginning on Jan. 1, 2017.

Miss UVI to Vie for National HBCU College Queen Crown

Miss UVI 2016-2017 Che-Raina Warner will compete in the 2016 National Black College Alumni (NBCA) Hall of Fame Queens pageant from Sept. 21-25, in Atlanta, Ga., at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.

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