Month: October 2021

Nominate students for first-generation college and CTE industry certification scholarships

Student nominations are now open for the Kentucky School Boards Association’s (KSBA) 2022 First Degree Scholarship program.

This year, KSBA has expanded scholarship opportunities for Kentucky high school students, providing awards to both students who plan to pursue college degrees after high school and students who are currently pursuing career and technical education (CTE) industry certifications.

College Scholarship
The association will provide four college-bound high school seniors – two male and two female – each with $2,500 scholarships for the pursuit of postsecondary degrees at any accredited two- or four-year college or university. Scholarship nominees are to be the first

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Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara Will Begin Accepting Applications on Oct. 15 | School Zone

Posted on October 16, 2021
| 8:18 a.m.

The Scholarship Foundation of Santa Barbara will begin accepting scholarship applications for the 2022-2023 academic year on Friday, Oct. 15.

Eligibility requirements and application instructions are available online at

The Scholarship Foundation reviewed 2,779 applications during its recently concluded scholarship awards cycle. In May, the organization awarded just over $8 million in scholarships to 2,247 Santa Barbara County students.

Scholarship awards for undergraduates at 4-year schools averaged $3,456; graduate student awards (excluding those for medical school) averaged $4,550.

The Scholarship Foundation also supports students pursuing vocational training. Eligible students may

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Wall Street Journal.Economy Week Ahead: China GDP, U.S. Industry and Housing.The latest snapshot of China's economic growth, U.S. industrial production and the housing market highlight this week's economic data..8 hours ago

Wall Street Journal.Economy Week Ahead: China GDP, U.S. Industry and Housing.The latest snapshot of China’s economic growth, U.S. industrial production
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E-transmission of results’ll stop rigging, money politics, political blackmail – Sheikh Gumi

Sheikh Ahmad Gumi, Kaduna-based Islamic cleric has said the E-transmission of election results would stop some electoral irregularities in Nigeria.

Gumi said the E-transmission of election results would stop money politics, mediocrity, and political blackmailing.

The controversial Islamic cleric disclosed this via a post on his Facebook page.

He stressed that E-transmission of election results would reduce rigging and manipulations of votes.

According to Gumi: “Since 1999 when the khaki returned to the barracks, we’ve not heard the better good news for Nigerians as this singular act of making it legal to transmit elections results electronically.

“Nonetheless, this will in

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The next shock in the pipeline for China’s economy: energy crunch | Business and Economy News

China may be diving head first into a power supply shock that could hit Asia’s largest economy hard just as the Evergrande crisis sends shockwaves through its financial system.

The crackdown on power consumption is being driven by rising demand for electricity and surging coal and gas prices as well as strict targets from Beijing to cut emissions. It’s coming first to the country’s mammoth manufacturing industries: from aluminum smelters to textiles producers and soybean processing plants, factories are being ordered to curb activity or — in some instances — shut altogether.

Almost half of China’s regions missed energy consumption

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“Squid Game” is only the latest Netflix hit to break the language barrier

“SQUID GAME”, a South Korean dystopian drama on Netflix, was originally conceived as a film more than a decade ago. But when Hwang Dong-hyuk, its creator, first pitched the idea about heavily indebted contestants competing for money in deadly versions of children’s games, studios balked. “It was too bizarre and people thought it wouldn’t be a money-making film,” Mr Hwang told IndieWire, a website. Today the series is a global sensation. On October 12th Netflix said that the series had racked up 111m viewers in its first 28 days, making it the streaming service’s most

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2023: Rights of political parties, Nigerians must be respected – Northern elders reply PANDEF

The Northern Elders’ Forum (NEF) has expressed concern over the comment of the Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) on the 2023 Presidency.

The forum was reacting to PANDEF’s statement that the North should wait for 2031 before producing another president.

DAILY POST recalls that the National Publicity Secretary of PANDEF, Ken Robinson, in a statement issued in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital, on Thursday, noted that it would be unwise for the north to think of clutching onto the presidential seat in 2023 after the two tenures of President Muhammadu Buhari.

The Northern Elders Forum’s Director of Publicity and

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