Wednesday, 17 April 2024

Education

Making the Most of Parent-Teacher Conferences

When the COVID pandemic hit in 2020, with schools closing and switching to remote learning, there were families who became more engaged in their children’s learning, as it was right in their living rooms and kitchens. Much good emerged from the new interactions; however, questions arose as to how to help children’s achievement, and families had to learn about new technology and how to navigate a new system.

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A Debt-Free Double-Major Leads WCSU Transfer Student Sheila Medina to Her Dream Job at Deloitte

Sheila Medina immigrated to the United States from Peru with her family at age 15, arriving in an unfamiliar place in which she did not speak the language. While challenging, it did not prevent her from graduating from West Hill High School in Stamford or enrolling at Norwalk Community College, where she completed an associate’s degree in accounting. Medina then turned her focus to the next hurdle she would surmount: where could she obtain a bachelor’s degree most cost-effectively?

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