Denny Sanford is donating $100 million to bring a social emotional learning program to every child in the United States.
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From higher education to lifelong learning, here’s how the Sioux Falls area is getting educated.
Mike Rowe, former star of TV’s “Dirty Jobs” and founder of the MikeRoweWorksFoundation, is coming to South Dakota to promote technical education and its role in addressing the state’s skilled labor shortage.
When a high school freshman wanted to weld, he became the youngest person to attend Southeast Technical Institute. His dad went with him, and they became part of a tight-knit nontraditional class.
Augusta University’s Mark Larson exemplifies the kind of biotech talent that is finding success in South Dakota. And he said students there have some of the best research opportunities anywhere.
As genetics and health care become more intertwined, there’s a growing need for genetics professionals. So Augustana University and Sanford Health have started working together to educate students for these in-demand jobs.