Corporate travel rebound signals first signs of recovery in decimated sector

[ad_1] Corporate travel is beginning to rebound as coronavirus restrictions ease in many parts of the world, signalling the first signs of recovery for an industry decimated by the pandemic. Hotels, airlines and travel companies all report a rise in corporate bookings over recent weeks as executives return to the road following months of virtual … Read more

Rep. Vargas to Serve on National Groups Studying Childhood Education, Economic Recovery

[ad_1] State Rep. Andy X. Vargas was recently appointed to participate in both the Council of State Governments’ Healthy States National Task Force and the National Conference of State Legislatures’ Early Childhood Fellows Program. In a statement, Vargas called the two organizations “prestigious” and said both are “timely programs focused on early childhood education and … Read more

Report Proposes Higher Education COVID-19 Recovery Policies

[ad_1] In a year defined by a deadly pandemic, economic crisis and racial injustice, colleges and universities were forced to reevaluate their practices, structures and delivery models. As the United States transitions to a recovery phase, New America and the State Higher Education Executive Officers (SHEEO) sought to further understand the overall impact of these … Read more

BC School Support Workers Welcome Education Recovery Plan

[ad_1] BURNABY, British Columbia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–British Columbia school support workers are welcoming the $43.6 million in funding announced yesterday to support the safe reopening of BC schools for the 2021/2022 school year. CUPE’s K-12 Presidents Council, representing over 30,000 support workers in B.C.’s education system, says the announcement by Minister of Education Jennifer Whiteside represents a … Read more

BC School Support Workers Welcome Education Recovery Plan

[ad_1] BURNABY, British Columbia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–British Columbia school support workers are welcoming the $43.6 million in funding announced yesterday to support the safe reopening of BC schools for the 2021/2022 school year. CUPE’s K-12 Presidents Council, representing over 30,000 support workers in B.C.’s education system, says the announcement by Minister of Education Jennifer Whiteside represents a … Read more

How is the ongoing semi-conductor crisis delaying the recovery in the auto industry?

[ad_1] 18 JUNE 2021 09:26 IST | ENGLISH | MONEY & FINANCES | GENERAL AUDIENCE Uttkarsh Chaturvedi If there is one thing which can play a spoilsport when it comes to to the recovery in the auto industry is the ongoing semiconductor crisis. Top sources in Motown tell us that cos have a visibility of … Read more

How is the ongoing semi-conductor crisis delaying the recovery in the auto industry?

[ad_1] 18 JUNE 2021 09:26 IST | ENGLISH | MONEY & FINANCES | GENERAL AUDIENCE Uttkarsh Chaturvedi If there is one thing which can play a spoilsport when it comes to to the recovery in the auto industry is the ongoing semiconductor crisis. Top sources in Motown tell us that cos have a visibility of … Read more

Health of key high streets in Stratford district – including Wellesbourne and Southam – are being assessed to aid Covid recovery

[ad_1] Left to right: Cllr Daren Pemberton with Mike King, Director of People & Places Insight. Photo supplied The health and vitality of the Stratford district’s key high streets is set to be assessed during the summer and autumn as they emerge from the pandemic to see what can be done to help them recover … Read more