Teachers Leave Schools to Form Alternative Education Option

Wave of Experienced Educators are Joining the Homeschool Movement

GRAY, TN, UNITED STATES, January 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — John Hofland, teacher with SchoolhouseTeachers.com and owner of ArtAchieve, began his career teaching junior high art, science, and language arts. Now he joins former nurses, authors, radio show hosts, a Corning Glass Works engineer, and former Travel Channel musician to teach online.

Parents with Master degrees, Bachelor degrees, and specialized certifications, have chosen to step away from their careers to home educate their children and provide instructional material for like-minded parents at SchoolhouseTeachers.com.

According to the Wall Street Journal, U.S. Labor Department data reveals that public school educators are quitting their jobs at record-breaking rates. Among those leaving, are teachers with children of their own. They are looking to provide a strong education for their children, at home. Qualified homeschooling parents are formulating quality curriculum options surpassing that of the public school system that allows parents the freedom to teach on their own terms.

Conservative parents do not need to fear drag queens reading to their children or sex education being taught without their permission. Gena Suarez, publisher of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine responds, “we believe parents are responsible for their child's education, not the state or local school boards. That is why we provide families with all of the tools necessary to teach PreK-12. We equip parents to teach every subject, every grade, and every student.”

Though regulations vary by state, homeschooling is legal in all fifty. Parents seeking to pull their children out of the public school system during the new semester can legally do so. Access to instructional material that will meet their needs can be found at SchoolhouseTeachers.com.

About The Old Schoolhouse®
The Old Schoolhouse® (www.theoldschoolhouse.com) is a privately held corporation that publishes the industry-leading homeschool education print magazine, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, as well as hundreds of books and planning support tools for homeschooling families. SchoolhouseTeachers.com, a division of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine , supports over 7,500 member families with more than 400 courses for preschool through high school, as well as educational videos, World Book Online, transcripts, report cards, planning tools, and recordkeeping. Established in 2001, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine is focused on providing high-quality, encouraging, affordable solutions for homeschooling families.

About John Hofland
John Hofland’s award-winning designs for theater and film have appeared throughout the US, Canada, and Eastern Europe. Mr. Hofland’s art curriculum, ArtAchieve, makes it easy for anyone to teach sophisticated art lessons to children and to link art lessons with literature, art, and science.

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National Center for Performance Health CEO Selected to Host Panel Discussion at 2020 NCAA Annual Convention

NCPH CEO/Chief Physician Executive, Dr. Rahul Mehra, selected to host panel discussion at 2020 NCAA Convention on "Building Trust Between Coaches and Athletes".

Student athletes are under a great deal of pressure to perform. Making mental health services readily available should be one of the highest priorities for colleges and universities.”

— Rahul Mehra M.D., CEO and Chief Physician Executive of NCPH

TAMPA, FL, USA, January 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — National Center for Performance Health announced today that its CEO and Chief Physician Executive, Dr. Rahul Mehra, has been selected to host a panel discussion at the 2020 NCAA Annual Convention on “Building Trust Between Coaches and Athletes.” The convention will be held between January 22, 2020 and January 25, 2020 in Anaheim, CA. The NCAA Convention is held annually in January and brings more than 3,000 attendees to the four-day event to learn about issues that impact college sports, chart the course for the NCAA’s three divisions and celebrate the successes of student-athletes.

The NCAA is hosting this panel as result of Legislation approved in August of 2019 requiring institutions to make mental health services/resources available to student athletes. Dr. Mehra was invited to host the panel because of his innovative work at Limestone College in Gaffney, SC.

Dr. Mehra is a recognized expert on the topic of mental health for youth, collegiate, and professional athletes, the effects of concussion on mental well-being, and the need to destigmatize the topic of mental health across athletics. Dr. Mehra and the National Center for Performance Health has worked with a number of teams and individuals within the NFL, NFL Players Association, Major League Baseball, XFL, United Soccer League, and the NCAA.

“I am very excited to host the panel at the NCAA convention,” said Rahul Mehra M.D., CEO and Chief Physician Executive of the National Center for Performance Health. “Student athletes are under a great deal of pressure to perform on the field, in the classroom, and in the community. Making mental health services readily available should be one of the highest priorities for colleges and universities.”

About National Center for Performance Health:
The National Center for Performance Health is a unique organization designed with one goal in mind – to help you become your best. Our dedicated team is headquartered in Tampa, FL and led by Rahul Mehra, M.D. Our services are never out of reach with our professional network of over 10,000 providers, physicians, and psychologists throughout the world. All our coaches are highly qualified and hold advanced degrees in the behavioral health field with at least two years of relevant clinical experience. We use advanced medical research and technology to achieve proven results. If you’ve ever thought about taking your game to the next level – we can help.

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Electric Motors Market 2019 Global Industry Analysis, Opportunities, Size, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2023

WiseGuyReports.com adds “Electric Motors Global Market Report 2023” reports to its database.

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, January 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Electric Motors Market:

Executive Summary

The electric motor manufacturing market consists of sales of electric motors. A motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy and supplies power to devices. The motor manufacturing market is segmented into AC motor and DC motor. It works on the principles of electromagnetism with properties such as durability, high efficiency, low energy consumption, and low maintenance. These include components such as rotor, bearings, stator, air gap, windings, and commutator. Devices that use electric motors consist of fans, blowers, household appliances, disk drives, batteries and power tools, machine tools, domestic appliances, HVAC applications, electric cars, and automated robots.

The global electric motor manufacturing market was worth $106.9 billion in 2019. It is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.57% and reach $143.2 billion by 2023

In 2019, North America was the largest region in the motor manufacturing market. The motor manufacturing market in Asia Pacific is forecasted to register the highest CAGR during 2019-2023.

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The motor manufacturing market covered in this report is segmented by type into alternate current (ac) motor, direct current (ac) motor, hermetic motor. The motor manufacturing market in this report is segmented by output power into integral horsepower (ihp), fractional horsepower (fhp). The motor manufacturing market in this report is segmented by voltage range into 9v & below, 10-20 v, 21-60 v, 60 v and above. The motor manufacturing market in this report is segmented by application into industrial machinery, motor vehicle, hvac equipment, aerospace & transportation, household appliances, other commercial applications. The motor manufacturing market in this report is segmented by speed into low-speed (less than 1,000 rpm), medium-speed (1,001 to 25,000 rpm), high-speed (25,001 to 75,000 rpm), ultra-high speed (greater than 75,001 rpm).

Increasing use of household appliances is expected to contribute to the growth of the motor manufacturing market in the forecast period. Increasing electrification, rising disposable income, and rapid urbanization along with several other factors are boosting the demand for household appliances, which in turn will drive the market for motors. For instance, the global household appliances manufacturing market is expected to grow from $283.8 billion in 2018 to $396.2 billion in 2022 at a CAGR of 8.7%. This will drive the market for electric motors in the forecast period.

Increased tariffs on raw materials such as steel and aluminum restrained the market for motor manufacturing in the historic period. Steel and aluminum are predominantly used in manufacture of components for motors. Increasing import tariffs on raw materials such as steel hindered the market for household fans. For instance, in 2018, USA imposed a 25% and 10% tariffs on import of steel and aluminum respectively.

Motor manufacturing companies are increasingly manufacturing IoT enabled smart motors. These motors are equipped with sensors that monitor and track the motor’s health and performance. Sensors are connected to a control database that continuously collects data, and uses artificial intelligence (AI) to learn normal behavior and sends an alert upon detecting any deviation from normal behavior. Smart motors offer several benefits such as increased lifespan of equipment, and improved safety.

In March 2019, Maxon Motor AG, a Switzerland-based company that manufactures and supplies high precision drives and systems such as gears, sensors, controls, compact drives acquired Parvalux Electric Motor for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition is expected to help Maxon Motor AG in becoming a complete solutions provider company by broadening its portfolio in medical technology and industrial automation. Parvalux Electric Motor is a UK based company that specializes in manufacturing geared motors such as DC brushless, DC brushed, gearbox, and generators.

Major players in the market are ABB Ltd., ARC Systems, Inc., Asmo Co., Ltd., Brook Crompton UK Ltd., Emerson Electric Co., Regal Beloit Corporation, Rockwell Automation Inc., Siemens AG, Ametek, Inc. , Baldor Electric Company, Inc.


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BookNook Releases First Annual Workforce Survey for Reading Instruction Showing Need for More School Staffing

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The WSRI showed low levels of satisfaction in reading achievement, with only 35.6% of school and district leaders stating they have enough headcount.

…with lower budgets for staffing and higher demands on teachers, we are often unable to adequately address the unique needs of our students, especially our DLLs.”

— Sara Shenkan-Rich

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, USA, January 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Reading technology innovator BookNook today released its first annual Workforce Survey for Reading Instruction (WSRI), an in depth look at districts, schools, and Education Service Centers’ ability to provide adequate staffing and professional development for reading instruction.

This survey follows the recent release of the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress, showing that reading achievement among American 4th graders has dropped to a level last seen in 2009. Unsurprisingly, the WSRI showed low levels of satisfaction in reading achievement, with only 35.6% of school and district leaders stating they have enough headcount and 43.5% indicating that all or most of their teachers are prepared to provide excellent reading instruction. Respondents consistently indicated interest in hiring more staff and providing additional training, but cited budget as a major constraint.

“It’s not an exaggeration to say that early reading achievement is in a state of crisis, with only 1 in 3 fourth graders reading proficiently and no movement of that needle over the past decade,” said Michael Lombardo, Founder & CEO of BookNook. “This research paints a deeply concerning picture of the readiness of the workforce schools and families rely on to teach children what is arguably the most important academic skill in childhood development.”

"This report is reflective of the increasingly difficult position both Teachers and School Administrators, such as myself, are in – with lower budgets for staffing and higher demands on teachers, we are often unable to adequately address the unique needs of our students, especially our DLLs." said Sara Shenkan-Rich, Principal at Woodrow Wilson Elementary School in Daly City, CA.

The WRSI also included questions specifically about dual language learners (DLLs), students whose primary home language is not English. School and district leaders identified especially significant gaps for these students, with 44% of elementary schools and 47% of middle and high schools reporting that few or none of their workforce have enough preparation to support their needs.

“After hearing what seemed to be echoing anecdotal themes from the schools, school districts, and nonprofits we partner with, we decided to provide a more rigorous accounting of what school leaders believe is working and what is not when it comes to providing excellent reading instruction in American schools.” says P. David Pearson, Faculty Emeritus at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education and BookNook Advisor, in his opening letter of the report.

BookNook will host webinars starting in February regarding some of the content of this report.

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Denae Tait of Guided Touch Therapies to be Featured on Close Up Radio

NORTH BRANCH, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES, January 21, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Through our lifetime we experience so many different and reoccurring situations that mold us into who we are, or who we think we are. We follow patterns of our parents and other family members that become part of our programming. For example how we handle stress, how short our tempers are, and how we react to certain situations is made up of many emotional and sometimes traumatic experiences that we have had over our lifetime. Many times we are able to process these emotions and situations and leave them behind with no consequence, but sometimes these emotions, toxins, and situations create an “energy” that becomes “stuck” in our bodies. When we understand that everything is energy, the table in your room, the pen in your hand, the anger you felt over a situation, are all “energy”, and that these emotional energies can become trapped, we understand that these energies interfere with everything from our health and well- being to reasons for not attracting our soul mate, or even our dream job.

Denae Tait practices Craniosacral Therapy, is a Licensed Massage Therapist, Naturopathic Wellness Coach and Certified Body and Emotion Code Practitioner. She is the owner of Guided Touch Therapies.

“I discovered while working on clients during massage or Craniosacral that many times their pain was unexplained,” says Denae. “I would notice at times when positioning an arm or working on their neck, clients would become emotional, for no reason so I knew there must be some kind of emotional connection to their pain, but could not figure out how to release it for them. I took some emotional release classes, but found people didn’t want to “talk it out” or “re-live” those stressful times, so I was stuck again, not knowing how to help them.”

Quite by accident she discovered The Emotion Code and The Body Code programs by Dr. Brad Nelson, and knew this was a way to assist her clients in many different ways.

“I was really excited to put this program into my services and once I got my certification in Emotion Code I quickly moved on to be a Certified Body Code Practitioner, which not only cover emotions, but a multitude of contributing factors such as toxins, misalignments, and even inherited issues,” says Denae. “This work is fascinating as each person is so different and each situation unique.”

Denae also offers in her practice Naturopathic Wellness Coaching and Gene SNP DNA Analysis testing.

“The Gene SNP offers not only a look into your DNA and how your genes are functioning it also provides a game plan on what you can do to assist your genes in how they are behaving,” says Denae. “This is not just a “vanilla” test, and it doesn’t cover if you are Swedish or German decent. This is a revolutionary way of finding out reasons behind issues you may be having. You cannot change your genes, but there are certain things you can do and supplements you can take to turn UP the “good genes” and turn DOWN the “bad” ones.”

Close Up Radio will feature Denae Tait in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on Thursday January 23rd at 1 p.m. EST

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NJDOL Assistant Commissioner Visits ACI Medical & Dental School

Hugh Bailey of the New Jersey Department of Labor visited ACI Medical & Dental School to discuss their student outcomes and employment opportunities.

EATONTOWN, NJ, UNITED STATES , January 20, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — On Monday, January 13th, Advantage Career Institute Medical & Dental School received a visit from Hugh Bailey, Assistant Commissioner for Workforce Development in the New Jersey Department of Labor (NJDOL) and Kerri Gatling, Chief of the New Jersey Industry Partnerships for the NJDOL.

As Assistant Commissioner for Workforce Development, Hugh Bailey manages initiatives designed to connect businesses with highly skilled workers while creating a career pathway for all New Jerseyans. Some of the many programs Mr. Bailey oversees at the NJDOL include apprenticeship, customized training and literacy, adult and youth employment grants, and work-based learning that engages employers.

Mr. Bailey was interested in visiting ACI Medical & Dental School because of their impressive student outcomes in their medical assistant, dental assistant, and medical and dental administrative assistant programs as well as student employment opportunities.

In 2017, the State of New Jersey launched the 65 by ‘25 initiative, with the goal of making sure 65% of New Jersey’s workers have some level of education or training beyond high school by 2025. This initiative is led by the New Jersey Department of Labor, Department of Education, and Office of the Secretary of Higher Education to help meet the demand for a skilled labor workforce equipped with high-quality, industry-valued, post-secondary credentials.

ACI Medical & Dental School is proud to be contributing to this initiative with a 92% graduation rate and 84% employment rate.

During his visit, Assistant Commissioner Bailey addressed the students and shared his focus to assist the citizens of New Jersey with identifying in demand career paths while working with employers and their staffing needs. In addition to “how” he does his job, he also shared his personal experiences as to “why” he has the passion to do this. He shared that he grew up in a family that believes that everyone should go to work, and he wants to continue to work towards solutions so that all New Jersey citizens have the opportunity to work and make a living.

The Assistant Commissioner asked the students to share some of their personal experiences as to why they decided to go back to school. As a follow up question, Kerri Gatling asked the students what made ACI Medical & Dental School stand out from other schools.

Here are some of the students’ responses:

“I chose ACI Medical & Dental School because I’m an older student with experience in the field, but I lacked the credentials that are necessary as a Medical Administrative professional.”

“I’m a college graduate, and I chose ACI Medical & Dental School because they really care about our success in the medical field, especially with their career services component which I didn’t receive in college.”

“This school has changed my life. I was really down in the dumps and knew I had to do something to get myself in the medical field, which is something I always dreamed about doing. This school makes me want to further my education and go on to nursing school. By attending ACI Medical & Dental School, it gave me the confidence to know I can be successful.”

“I love this school and its staff, and I am so thankful to the NJDOL for this program. I have gained meaningful employment again. I love my job and the people I am working with. Forever grateful for this opportunity.”

“The absolute best school! You gain knowledge, professionalism, and endless support. Forever grateful to ACI.”

Frank Preston
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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – The Astrology of Greatness

Magi Helena, Acclaimed Astrologer.

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Acclaimed Astrologer Magi Helena reveals Dr. King’s very special birth chart.

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, January 20, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today we honor the life of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. An advocate of civil rights through nonviolence and civil disobedience, King was assassinated in April 1968. King won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964, and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal after his death.

According to Magi Helena, “We can instantly see Dr. King’s intelligence and speaking skills in his natal astrology chart. We can also see how he had to learn to express his anger and frustration with racial inequality with his words – this didn’t come easily to Dr. King.”

She continues, “Dr. King’s empathy and caring are shown, as well as his profound oratorical skills and logistical mind. As we dig deeper, Dr. King’s agenda for change is revealed. Dr. King also has powerful symmetrical planetary geometry which greatly adds to his charisma and indicates his spiritual foundation as well. Through his astrological birth chart, we can also understand his desire for a new approach to dissent, by using words and ideas instead of physical violence to create the changes he sought in society.” Helena continues.

Magi Helena concludes that, “Dr. King’s intelligence, charismatic speaking skills, and ability to harness his frustrations in a non-violent and spiritual way made him one of the great leaders of modern times. We owe him so much for the way he sacrificed himself to improve our world.”

Learn more and get the astrology details here: https://magihelena.com/dr-martin-luther-king-jr-astrology-of-greatness/


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Celebrity astrologer Magi Helena has clients across the US and in 40 countries worldwide. She is 1 of 2 practicing Certified Magi Astrologers and the only woman with the highest certification in Magi Astrology, and is one of the authors and instructors of the Magi Astrology Certification Program. Helena’s “Your Daily Astrology” column is syndicated to hundreds of newspapers throughout the United States and internationally, with a daily readership in the millions.

Helena is also the inventor of Star-Timer® Calendars and Love-Stars® Compatibility Reports, and is the author of two books: Build Your Dream Life, and How To Sing the Uni·Verse. Helena is the winner of the 2019 Best of Los Angeles award for best astrologer. She is also a member of Mensa, the High IQ Society.

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Joffrey Long, Private Money Expert Witness, Leads Forms and Documents Discussion

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Joffrey Long Leads California Mortgage Association Hard Money Loan Documents Discussion

Getting the correct forms, loan documents and checklists from the experts in private money / hard money lending is critical.”

— Joffrey Long

NEWPORT BEACH, CA, UNITED STATES, January 20, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The California Mortgage Association will present the "Forms and Documents Focus Group," an exclusive round-table discussion for CMA Members. (www.CaliforniaMortgageAssociation.com) Joffrey Long, a member of the board of directors and education committee of CMA will moderate the session.

Mr. Long explained that "getting the correct forms, loan documents and checklists from the experts in private money / hard money lending is critical."

Prominent attorneys, experts, and practitioners in private money lending, loan servicing, and trust deed investments will lead the discussions, designed to facilitate interaction regarding origination of and improvement of forms, documents, checklists, disclosures, notices and other documents used in hard money lending and loan servicing.

The session will begin at 10:15am on Thursday, January 23 at the Fashion Island Hotel in Newport Beach, CA. The seminar begins with an opening reception on Wednesday evening and continues through Friday afternoon.

The California Mortgage Association includes, among its members, practitioners in private money lending, attorneys, trustees, loan servicers, real estate brokers, investors in trust deeds, and hard money lending experts.

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New Indie Documentary Serves The Real Scoop On Texas Mexican Food.

Film crew taping visual artist, Celeste De Luna, with author Adán Medrano in a scene from new indie documentary, "Texas Mexican Food Stories."

Film crew taping visual artist, Celeste De Luna, in Harlingen, Texas, with author Adán Medrano in a scene from new indie documentary, “Texas Mexican Food Stories.”

Rosalia Vargas demonstrates using a metate, ancient mortar. She is a member of the Tap Pilam, Native American community.

“Texas Mexican Food Stories” shoot in San Antonio, Texas. Rosalia Vargas demonstrates how to use the metate, a traditional mortar. She is a member of the Tap Pilam, Native American community.

Texas Mexican food is not from across the border. New Latinx-produced documentary showcases indigenous Mexican American women cooking Native food.

What you eat tells who you are”

— Adán Medrano

HOUSTON, TEXAS , USA, January 20, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — "Texas Mexican Food Stories" is a 75-minute documentary feature film that was shot totally in Texas and is in the final editing stage. "It's not a cooking show," says Adán Medrano, executive producer and author of two books about the history and the recipes of indigenous Texas Mexican cooking. "It's a road movie of discovery," Medrano continues, saying that the major voices in the film are of Mexican American women home cooks and restaurateurs. He says that they've been the leaders in developing and sustaining culinary traditions.

The producer of the documentary feature is Virginia Díaz, a Houston-based filmmaker who is originally from San Antonio and who grew up with this food. With location manager credits in feature films like "Selena" and "Rushmore," Díaz brings a strong vision to the production. She explains that the role of women has been erased from textbooks, newspapers, magazines and media in general. However, history tells us that "comida casera," home cooking of Mexican American women, holds the culinary tradition that begins 15,000 years ago when indigenous people first stepped on Texas soil, she says.

Although the film is under wraps during this final editing phase, Medrano will screen a five-minute sneak preview at the Texas Historical Commission's annual conference in Austin on January 29. Medrano is the opening night keynote speaker at the conference. "Our story is a universal story," says Medrano, explaining that it's all about the idea that "what you eat tells who you are."

The director of the film is Anibal Capoano from Uruguay whose most recent documentary, "Caballitos De Lata/Tin Horses," premiered in Houston four years ago. The production team is a Texas-Latin America collaboration. Capoano says that the Texas Mexican food story is one that resonates with indigenous communities across the Latin American continent. The director of photography is award-winning cinematographer, Gabriel Bendahan, also from Uruguay.

The production team shot 22 hours of footage in Texas cities including Houston, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Harlingen, McAllen and aboard a small boat on the waters of the Rio Grande.

Díaz says that the film engages cooks, scholars, artists and activists as each tells how food shapes who they are. Foregrounding the leadership of Mexican American women, the scenes of cooking, baking, singing, feasting and barbecuing, all show that food is key in the formation of identity and the strengthening of community.

The film has received production funds from The Idea Fund, a program of The Andy Warhol Foundation for Visual Arts, and from the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC).

A film "Go Fund Me" campaign has been created to bring in wide grassroots support for the final edit and for distribution directly to universities, colleges and community centers.


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Creative Soul School of Music Offers College Scholarship Opportunity

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Creative Soul is offering a $500 college scholarship for 2020. High school seniors through college graduates are eligible to apply now.

I have a heart for those with a love of music, so it is important we pay it forward and support those who want to change the world one note at a time.”

— Casey Thomas, Founder of Creative Soul School of Music

FORT WORTH, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, January 20, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Creative Soul School of Music, based in Fort Worth, TX, released its first $500 college scholarship offering this year to contribute to music education for music majors.

"I have a heart for those with a love of music, so it is important we pay it forward and support those who want to change the world one note at a time," said Casey Thomas, Founder of Creative Soul.

The scholarship application was placed on Creative Soul's website at https://www.creativesoulmusic.com/music-scholarship and must be completed by April 14, 2020.

Applicants who complete the application will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win the scholarship.

Eligible applicants must meet the following requirements:

– High school seniors through graduate students
– Music majors
– GPA of 3.0 or higher
– United States residents

The winner will be announced May 1, 2020.

For more information, visit their website or email scholarships@creativesoulmusic.com.

Creative Soul School of Music was founded in 2006 and has three locations local to DFW – Fort Worth, Southlake and Keller Watauga. It has taught 7,100+ students since its founding and strives to build a music community where student musicians can have fun learning, while instilling confidence, discipline and recognition.

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