AETN Educator's Blog

Guest Blog – The AETN Foundation New Member Challenge

I’m Dr. Lynne Rich, AETN Foundation Board chair, and I’m very pleased make an exciting announcement. The Windgate Foundation has committed $100,000 to the AETN Foundation as a challenge to public television viewers: if 7,500 new donors join the AETN family by June 30, 2018, $100,000 will go to support the programs we all love. Read more to find out why I support AETN and how you can get involved.

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Get Ready for Trades, College and Careers at Transition Expo

For many students, the time after high school is a mystery. How do you make decisions about what you’ll do after life changes and school routines dissolve? On November 14, 2017, AETN is proud to take part in the Transition Expo at the Fort Smith Convention Center, which encourages students and adults to plan for life – not just college. Learn more about this outstanding event that brings together high school students, adult learners, employers and training providers to equip participants with educational resources that help them to accomplish their career goals. 

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Bridging the Generational Gap: From Veterans to Youth

How do you connect with people from other generations? I’m Sara Gardner, a senior at Fayetteville High School, and I truly believe that we must promote and nurture patriotic engagement in our country. From firsthand experience, I believe that addressing the interaction between generations is up to young people, and that we can do so by choosing to connect with veterans through volunteering.

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Reading “The Wall” With MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History

In an effort to help young students understand the impact of war and related issues, MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History hosts a children's reading program called The Reading Brigade. Learn more about their recent session centered on "The Wall" by Eve Bunting.

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