Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Virginia Living cites Germanna, UMW for excellence in 2014 State of Education survey

Virginia Living magazine’s State of Education issue, out this week, features the Old Dominion’s top high schools and colleges for 2014.
Germanna Community College was the only two-year school cited for excellence in arts and humanities. Virginia Living praised Germanna’s Center for Workforce and Community Education for its SkillUpVA workshop program that will be launched as a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) this fall. Four-year colleges and universities cited in the magazine’s 2014 arts and humanities category include the College of William and Mary, Hampden-Sydney College and Virginia Commonwealth University.
The University of Mary Washington was cited for science, math and technology for its master’s degree program in geospatial analysis.
Fredericksburg Academy, for its use of digital media in the classroom, and Orange County Public Schools, for its computer science and information technology program, were cited for excellence in science, math and technology.

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