If you’ve had an iPad (or several) in your classroom for any extended period of time, you’re probably familiar with the many practical ways this technology can be used as a central hub for learning. You know all about storing materials in iCloud, and collaborating via Google Drive. You know about the main apps you’ll need to run a classroom, as well as the best apps for World History,English and Math.
Blood donations help millions of patients in need. To make the journey from “arm to arm,” every unit goes through a series of steps and tests to ensure that it is as safe as can be.
It’s an unusual industry because the product is completely dependent on donors, who aren’t paid for their donation. Yet selling the blood — which technically is a pharmaceutical product—makes millions of dollars for nonprofit entities such as Oklahoma Blood Institute.
Most of what the Red Cross does is take donated blood and sell it to health care providers. Of the more than $3 billion that the Red Cross spent last year, two-thirds was spent not on disaster relief but rather on the group's blood business.
Southeastern Idaho Technical Charter School [SEITec] is a professional technical charter school formed by the cooperative efforts of three rural school districts which recognize the need for quality high-end professional technical programs. SEITec (pronounced "SEE-tec") began operations in the fall of 2013.
SEITec is made up of professional technical students and teachers from Preston, West Side and Malad High Schools and is overseen by a Board of Trustees and administrator whose primary focus is the success of SEITec programs and students.
Curriculum for SEITec programs is guided by advisory boards comprised of local business professionals.