Oncology Biosimilar Market Size to be Worth 13,993.64 Million by 2024 – Zion Market Research

Oncology Biosimilar Market

Oncology Biosimilar Market

Oncology Biosimilar Market expected to generate revenue of around USD 13,993.64 million by end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 26.8% between 2018 and 2024

Oncology Biosimilar Market To Report Impressive Growth, Revenue To Surge To US$ 13,993.64 Million By 2024”

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, February 26, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Zion Market Research has published a new report titled “Oncology Biosimilar Market by Cancer Type (Breast Cancer, Colorectal Cancer, Blood Cancer, Neutropenia Cancer, Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer, and Others), By Drug Type (mAb, Immunomodulators, Hematopoietic Agents, G-CSF, and Others), By Distribution Channel (Retail Pharmacies, Hospital Pharmacy, and Online Pharmacy): Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis and Forecast, 2017 – 2024”. According to the report, global oncology biosimilar market was valued approximately USD 2655.19 million in 2017 and is expected to generate revenue of around USD 13,993.64 million by end of 2024, growing at a CAGR of around 26.8% between 2018 and 2024.

Biosimilar is the identical copy of oncology biologics used for the treatment of cancer and officially approved for the treatment of cancer. These molecules are cost-effective, efficient, and have the same ability as biologics. These molecules are easy to manufacture as compared to biologics and can only be manufactured after patent expiry. Earlier there were various patented biologics available in the market but nowadays most of the patents have expired and few are on the verge of patent expiry. In the past few years, various biosimilars have been approved by FDA for the treatment of various types of cancer such as blood cancer, colorectal cancer, breast cancer, and others. In the near future, it is expected that a few more biosimilars will be introduced in the market thus supporting the growth of the market.

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Oncology biosimilar market is primarily driven by the increased prevalence of cancer, which has led to the increased demand for affordable therapies for the treatment of cancer. There are various pharmaceutical companies available in the market which are involved in the manufacturing of biosimilar. Patent expiry is also one of the major driving factors for the oncology biosimilar market. Patent expiry will provide an opportunity to the pharmaceutical companies to manufacture more biosimilars which will fuel the market growth in the near future. Increased demand for the healthcare facilities and rapid approval of biosimilars will support the growth of oncology biosimilar market in the near future.

Oncology biosimilar market is segmented on the basis of different types of cancer such as breast cancer, colorectal cancer, blood cancer, neutropenia cancer, non-small cell lung cancer, and others. On the basis of drug type, the market is segmented into mAb, immunomodulators, hematopoietic agents, G-CSF, and others. G-CSF is expected to grow at the fastest rate in the global market over the forecast period. On the basis of the distribution channel, the market is segmented into retail pharmacies, hospital pharmacy, and online pharmacy. Hospital pharmacy is expected to grow at the fastest rate over the forecast period.

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North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa are key regional segments of global oncology biosimilar market. North America is anticipated to remain the leading region over the forecast period. Demand for oncology biologics was highest in North America especially in the U.S. Asia Pacific is expected to be the fastest growing region in the oncology biosimilar market during the forecast period. Moreover, the Middle East and Africa and Latin America are also expected to show considerable growth for this market in the years to come.

Some of the key players in oncology biosimilar market include Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., Biocon, STADA Arzneimittel AG, Sandoz International GmbH, Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Celltrion Inc., Pfizer Inc., Apotex Inc., Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd., and BIOCAD, among others.

This report segments the global oncology biosimilar market as follows:

Global Oncology Biosimilar Market: Test Type Segment Analysis:

Breast Cancer
Colorectal Cancer
Blood Cancer
Neutropenia Cancer
Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Global Oncology Biosimilar Market: Drug Type Segment Analysis:

Hematopoietic Agents

Global Oncology Biosimilar Market: Distribution Channel Analysis:

Retail Pharmacies
Hospital Pharmacy
Online Pharmacy

Global Oncology Biosimilar Market: Regional Analysis:

North America
The U.S.
Asia Pacific
Latin America
The Middle East and Africa

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Huge tax reduction for motels and lodgings in Siem Reap – Nitin Atmaram Sisode

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MUMBAI, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, February 26, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Huge tax reduction for motels and lodgings in Siem Reap.

This article is written by Nitin Atmaram Sisode for Nitin Sisode Coaching.

Leader Hun Sen reported yesterday that every single enlisted lodging and guesthouses in Siem Reap will be absolved of all expenses from February until May this year.

The estimation is to encourage organizations that are losing guests due to the Novel Coronavirus, otherwise called Covid-19, which has genuinely damageded the travel industry part in Siem Reap.

During an uncommon message with respect to the most recent circumstance at the Peace Palace in Phnom Penh yesterday, Mr Hun Sen said that Covid-19 is another test among the current issues confronting the world, including the exchange war and worldwide monetary log jam.

He said that the effect of Covid-19 has come quicker than anticipated and has caused a genuine impact on the economy in Asia, driving a few nations into emergency.

"Like different nations, Covid-19 has likewise influenced some significant segments of Cambodia. Two areas that have been truly influenced is first the travel industry part since visitors fear voyaging and furthermore face some flight abrogations. Second is the article of clothing division which is presently deficient with regards to crude materials for preparing," the executive said.

He included that Covid-19 has caused a genuine impact on the travel industry area in Cambodia with remote vacationers coming to Cambodia this month falling around 60 percent and Chinese voyagers specifically declining by 90 percent.
"At present, we will concentrate on helping the travel industry business in Siem Reap. The measure is set to support lodgings and guesthouses proceed with their activities and keep up occupations and intensity," he said.
"The legislature will absolve a wide range of duties on inns and guesthouses that have enlisted with the expense office in Siem Reap. In any case, from February to May, inns and guesthouse organizations will in any case need to submit charge presentations and utilize the online framework for month to month esteem included duty for evaluation during the exclusion time frame," Mr Hun Sen said.

The chief said the administration will bear all duty installments during this exception period, explaining that it will just cover Siem Reap region and not the whole Kingdom.

Mr Hun Sen said that the administration will likewise ask workshops, classes, short instructional classes and different occasions composed by government bodies, the private division and nongovernmental associations to have their occasions in Siem Reap and Sihanoukville.

"The administration desires outbound travelers to consider visiting neighborhood the travel industry destinations and asked cordiality and specialist co-ops to lessen inn and guesthouse expenses," Mr Hun Sen included.

Thourn Sinan, administrator of the Pacific Asia Travel Association Cambodia Chapter, respected the move, saying, the private segment has bolstered the administration's new measure.

"In any case, we additionally approach the administration to absolve the charges on visit operators and travel organizations in light of the fact that the visit organizations are likewise confronting issues both inbound and outbound," Thourn said.

He included that these inns and guesthouses have just gotten charge exceptions for a brief period. Anyway this won't be a long haul exception, so all lodgings and guesthouses must contribute more to elevate goals to voyagers.

"A great deal of lodgings and guesthouses are sitting and holding back to get results and afterward submit a question when they would like to invest a lot of energy into advancing the travel industry goals they are in," he included.

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The Internet: Are Children In Charge?

Proactive Online Child Protection

Digital Supervision – Proactive Online Child Protection

Author, Charlene Doak-Gebauer

Many people are worried about child safety online, and should be. The statistics speak for themselves. Read about parental proactive Digital Supervision.

The Internet hosts more predation than any host in the history of the world.”

— Charlene Doak-Gebauer

LONDON, ONTARIO, CANADA, February 26, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Author, Charlene Doak-Gebauer
DATE: February 26, 2020

The Internet: Are Children In Charge?

LONDON, ON Canada – “I wonder who is looking at my picture today? I just want to kill myself”, sobs a 13-year old teen who sent a nude of herself to her boyfriend, who circulated the picture throughout their school. Who knows how far it went outside the school?

“I wonder if I will get in trouble for talking so much to that guy on my game? I told him where I live. I know he is a lot older and he sent me nude”, thinks an eight-year old after gaming online with an adult.

“Am I going to be in trouble? I was watching my cartoon online and saw naked adults doing weird things”, wondered a scared six-year old after being exposed to xxx pornography online.

Are children in charge of the Internet? In most cases, yes, they are in charge in their homes. Are you aware of what your child is viewing online? Do you know who is chatting with your child online? Do they know? Are you aware there are young children addicted to pornography? These types of situations, self-exploitation or predation, are becoming an epidemic worldwide.

Do we know how to digitally supervise a child in our care? Son? Daughter? Charlene Doak-Gebauer says this generation is the most independent generation in the history of the world because of the Internet and digital devices. What can be done to assist children as they mature in this digital age?

As a Computer Specialist and Network Administrator in education, Doak-Gebauer has created her user-friendly Theory of Digital Supervision for online child protection. Why is it necessary?

The online vulnerabilities of our children have increased by 10,000% (Thorn) in the past few years because of the Internet and actions of unknowns, knowns, and our children. In addition to unknowns, our children have become victimizers because of their exposure to so much inappropriate content online.

According to Heidi Olson, Kansas City, child-on-child sexual assault has become staggering in numbers in their pediatric trauma unit at Mercy Hospital. There has been a direct correlation established between a child viewing pornography and becoming a child-on-child sexual assault perpetrator. In fact, according to Finkelhor (et al 2014), a large research study showed that anywhere from one third to half of all perpetrators are juveniles.

In her recently published book, “The Internet: Are Children In Charge?”, Charlene Doak-Gebauer impresses upon everyone globally – “catching up to the digital age is a necessity for the sake of our children, in every country of the world”. The addition of Digital Supervision to our already excellent traditional parenting skills, will enhance our child protection abilities.

Through research, Doak-Gebauer has found that exposure to our children of pornography and other inappropriate content online, is becoming a very real threat to the health of children – some addicted to pornography; some unknowingly producing and distributing child pornography; some performing sexual assaults on other children; some having erectile dysfunction as male teens caused by porn addiction; some planning suicides online; some bullying and threatening peers online; some planning gang attacks online; some planning violent acts to public safety online, and more.

Digital Supervision is written as a proactive approach to online child safety. Doak-Gebauer explains, “We cannot depend on ISP’s, police, governments, social media managers and others to protect our children online. We must supervise our children while they are on digital devices in our homes and schools”.

Too often, people have said “these kids have to make better choices online!!”. Groups go into schools trying to teach children to make better decisions while on digital devices. Doak-Gebauer says children are being given too much ownership for their decisions, particularly online. An eight-year old has little choice as to what to have for dinner, and yet they are supposed to make the right choices while communicating online. They lack the life skills and maturity to do so effectively.

Laws can change in countries, but without method, parents are at a loss. There are age-appropriate design codes in place in Britain. Unfortunately, there can be gaps in the codes. Doak-Gebauer warns that children can find the gaps and still view inappropriate material. Digital Supervision provides a technology/humanity bond for child protection. Too often, Doak-Gebauer cautions that hardware filters, design codes, and software blocking provide a false sense of security for parents. Expansion of supervision including digital methods are necessary. Read her user-friendly book to learn how to protect children, digitally. Doak-Gebauer asks that we work together for the sake of this generation.

In addition to being an award-winning speaker and author, Doak-Gebauer is the Founder and Chair of a dynamic, philanthropic speaking team, dedicated to speaking about her Theory of Digital Supervision for online child protection. It is called “The Anti Internet Child Exploitation Team – AICET”, with Americans and Canadians on the team. She maintains we should work in solidarity for the protection of all children globally, without borders. The AICET Council works for expenses only and can provide a half-day or full-day conference. If full day, attendees are eligible for a Certificate of Completion for Digital Supervision training. To learn more, go to the AICET Council brochure at Internet Sense First, the charity for which Doak-Gebauer is Founder and Chair.

Charlene’s book “The Internet: Are Children In Charge?” is available on Amazon, Chapters, Indigo, Coles, 40,000 distribution channels worldwide.

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National Essay Day to Be Celebrated on February, 28: A Great Change in Spring 2020 Academic Calendar

One Freelance Limited initiated the creation of National Essay Day, which – starting from 2020 – will be celebrated annually on February, 28.

CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, February 26, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The campaign to establish National Essay Day started as a petition on Change.org and received multiple support from students in different American universities and colleges. The petition was also supported by adults who believe that writing, particularly essay writing is important to student’s growth.

As a result of the campaign, National Essay Day was registered on NationalDayArchives and will now be celebrated annually on February, 28.

The Idea Behind National Essay Day

National Essay Day celebrates the power of essay writing. It encourages students to give essay writing a try and write a piece on the topic they really care about. It also stimulates the need to express ideas and beliefs without fear of judgement or the necessity to follow all the academic requirements of essay writing.

The truth is essay writing has been reduced to just another academic activity. First-year students, on average, write 92 pages during the academic year, while seniors write 146 pages. National Essay Day aims to finally change the unfavorable perception of academic writing.

Why February, 28

National Essay Day has a powerful historical background. February, 28 is the birthdate of Michel de Montaigne, the author of the first writings named "essays".

Michel de Montaigne was one of the most significant philosophers of the French Renaissance, known for popularizing essays as a literary genre. In his writings, he was never afraid to say what he really thought, no matter how unorthodox his ideas were.

On National Essay Day, students and all interested are invited to follow Michel de Montaigne’s paradigm of essay writing.

How to Celebrate

The celebration doesn’t have a strict set of rules. Students are advised to practice essay writing on their own and in groups. Schools and colleges are welcome to arrange on-campus activities connected with essay writing: workshops, readings., etc.

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Grammar Checker Software Market 2020 Global Analysis, Share, Trend, Key Players, Opportunities & Forecast To 2026

This report covers market characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional breakdowns, competitive landscape, market shares, trends and strategies

PUNE, INDIA, February 26, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The report issued on WiseGuyReports, concerning the Grammar Checker Software market states every actionable force disrupting the Grammar Checker Software market growth. A top-down and bottom-up approaches were employed in the preparation of the report on Grammar Checker Software market. The Grammar Checker Software market has been analyzed from the year 2020 as the base year to 2026 as the end year. The entire report has been sectioned into an overview of the Grammar Checker Software market, segmental outline, regional outlook, competitive dashboard, and the market updates. The Grammar Checker Software market overview has been segmented into market statistics and the market highlights. Proficient analysts applied modern research methodologies for extensive primary and secondary research on the Grammar Checker Software market.

This report focuses on the global Grammar Checker Software status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Grammar Checker Software development in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, India and Central & South America.

The key players covered in this study
Ginger Software
Sentence Checker

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into
Cloud Based
Market segment by Application, split into
Large Enterprise

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers
North America
Southeast Asia
Central & South America

Table of Contents

1 Report Overview
1.1 Study Scope
1.2 Key Market Segments
1.3 Players Covered: Ranking by Grammar Checker Software Revenue
1.4 Market Analysis by Type
1.4.1 Global Grammar Checker Software Market Size Growth Rate by Type: 2020 VS 2026
1.4.2 Cloud Based
1.4.3 On-Premise
1.5 Market by Application
1.5.1 Global Grammar Checker Software Market Share by Application: 2020 VS 2026
1.5.2 Large Enterprise
1.5.3 SMEs
1.6 Study Objectives
1.7 Years Considered

2 Global Growth Trends by Regions
2.1 Grammar Checker Software Market Perspective (2015-2026)
2.2 Grammar Checker Software Growth Trends by Regions
2.2.1 Grammar Checker Software Market Size by Regions: 2015 VS 2020 VS 2026
2.2.2 Grammar Checker Software Historic Market Share by Regions (2015-2020)
2.2.3 Grammar Checker Software Forecasted Market Size by Regions (2021-2026)
2.3 Industry Trends and Growth Strategy
2.3.1 Market Top Trends
2.3.2 Market Drivers
2.3.3 Market Challenges
2.3.4 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
2.3.5 Grammar Checker Software Market Growth Strategy
2.3.6 Primary Interviews with Key Grammar Checker Software Players (Opinion Leaders)


13Key Players Profiles
13.1 Grammarly
13.1.1 Grammarly Company Details
13.1.2 Grammarly Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.1.3 Grammarly Grammar Checker Software Introduction
13.1.4 Grammarly Revenue in Grammar Checker Software Business (2015-2020))
13.1.5 Grammarly Recent Development
13.2 Reverso
13.2.1 Reverso Company Details
13.2.2 Reverso Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.2.3 Reverso Grammar Checker Software Introduction
13.2.4 Reverso Revenue in Grammar Checker Software Business (2015-2020)
13.2.5 Reverso Recent Development
13.3 Ginger Software
13.3.1 Ginger Software Company Details
13.3.2 Ginger Software Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.3.3 Ginger Software Grammar Checker Software Introduction
13.3.4 Ginger Software Revenue in Grammar Checker Software Business (2015-2020)
13.3.5 Ginger Software Recent Development
13.4 WhiteSmoke
13.4.1 WhiteSmoke Company Details
13.4.2 WhiteSmoke Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.4.3 WhiteSmoke Grammar Checker Software Introduction
13.4.4 WhiteSmoke Revenue in Grammar Checker Software Business (2015-2020)
13.4.5 WhiteSmoke Recent Development
13.5 LanguageTool
13.5.1 LanguageTool Company Details
13.5.2 LanguageTool Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.5.3 LanguageTool Grammar Checker Software Introduction
13.5.4 LanguageTool Revenue in Grammar Checker Software Business (2015-2020)
13.5.5 LanguageTool Recent Development
13.6 PaperRater
13.6.1 PaperRater Company Details
13.6.2 PaperRater Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.6.3 PaperRater Grammar Checker Software Introduction
13.6.4 PaperRater Revenue in Grammar Checker Software Business (2015-2020)
13.6.5 PaperRater Recent Development
13.7 ProWritingAid
13.7.1 ProWritingAid Company Details
13.7.2 ProWritingAid Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.7.3 ProWritingAid Grammar Checker Software Introduction
13.7.4 ProWritingAid Revenue in Grammar Checker Software Business (2015-2020)
13.7.5 ProWritingAid Recent Development
13.8 AutoCrit
13.8.1 AutoCrit Company Details
13.8.2 AutoCrit Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.8.3 AutoCrit Grammar Checker Software Introduction
13.8.4 AutoCrit Revenue in Grammar Checker Software Business (2015-2020)
13.8.5 AutoCrit Recent Development
13.9 Scribens
13.9.1 Scribens Company Details
13.9.2 Scribens Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.9.3 Scribens Grammar Checker Software Introduction
13.9.4 Scribens Revenue in Grammar Checker Software Business (2015-2020)
13.9.5 Scribens Recent Development
13.10 Sentence Checker
13.10.1 Sentence Checker Company Details
13.10.2 Sentence Checker Business Overview and Its Total Revenue
13.10.3 Sentence Checker Grammar Checker Software Introduction
13.10.4 Sentence Checker Revenue in Grammar Checker Software Business (2015-2020)
13.10.5 Sentence Checker Recent Development


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Dr. Amanda Thomer, Acclaimed Veterinarian, Wins Best of Los Angeles Award-“Best Specialty Animal Hospital Doctor – 2020"

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“We're honored to include Dr. Amanda Thomer of Access Specialty Animal Hospitals into our BoLAA family.” ~Aurora DeRose

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dr. Amanda Thomer, acclaimed veterinarian, wins Best of Los Angeles Award- “Best Specialty Animal Hospital Doctor – 2020”, according to Aurora DeRose, award coordinator for the Best of Los Angeles Award community.

The “Best of Los Angeles Award” community was formed five years ago and consists of over 6,100 professional members living and working in Southern California. It celebrates the best people, places and things in Los Angeles with a slogan “No Ads. No B.S. Only the Best.”

“The mission of the community is to celebrate the best of Los Angeles, and allow its community members to connect with other members who share the highest standards of quality and integrity,” expresses DeRose. "We're honored to include Amanda Thomer of Access Specialty Animal Hospitals into our BoLAA family.”

Dr. Amanda Thomer grew up in the Philadelphia area and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from New York University. She attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a veterinarian. After graduation Amanda completed a rotating internship at the New York City Animal Medical Center.

Amanda enjoyed watching reality medical emergency television shows with her father during her childhood, so it was no surprise that she decided to focus her veterinary career on her love of emergency medicine and critical care. She returned to the University of Pennsylvania for a three-year Emergency and Critical Care residency. She can be found exploring the food and drink scene as well as spending time with her dog, Wonto, when Amanda is not in the hospital.


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American Direct Offers a Complete Integrated Safety and Security Solution at the Door Opening

access control platform

Complete Control at Every Door.

access control software

Innovation at every turn 

access control platform

Seamless systems integrations

Enhancements to AccessNsite unveiled at upcoming trade shows

In our ever-changing world of intelligent locksets and panels, we are always trying to provide the best solutions as the manufacturer releases new capabilities”

— Brian Ashley, American Direct Vice President of Enterprise Systems

LENEXA, KS, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Making buildings safer at the door opening – it’s what American Direct has done for more than 25 years. They understand every turn of a key or swipe of a badge tells a story of where, when and who entered and exited a building. As the first to integrate Division 8 and 28 products, American Direct’s AccessNsite combines all related security functions and data into one user-interface providing meaningful insights and ultimately making buildings more secure.

“In our ever-changing world of intelligent locksets and panels, we are always trying to provide the best solutions as the manufacturer releases new capabilities,” said Brian Ashley, American Direct Vice President of Enterprise Systems.“The goal of this update is to make sure we’re providing the most up to date command sets and integrations for those products.”

“As they evolve, so do we. JSON improves the user experience by simplifying data connections to our platform for quicker access allowing us to more efficiently share data from our server with our partners and users,” said Jerry Glynn, Chief Information Officer.

Enhancements of AccessNsite, Version 7.9.21 include:

➢ Mercury MR62e: Added support for the new Mercury MR62e. The MR62e is an IP-enabled interface module that controls up to two openings. The integration supports two OSDP readers, six general-purpose inputs, four relay outputs, and tamper. The board can be powered from PoE/PoE+ or an external 12Vdc power source.
➢ Pelco VideoXpert 3.x: Updated the existing Pelco VX implementation to work with the new 3.x API.
➢ Allegion WiFi Auto-discover: Added the capability in the Allegion WiFi integration to auto-discover locksets.
➢ JSON Web Services API Additions: This version extends the functionality of the JSON API.

Today’s door is more than a frame, slab, and hardware, it is a dynamic digital ecosystem responsible for biometrics, card readers, video surveillance, and much more. Keeping up with innovations in the ever-changing tides of the door supplier industry has never been more relevant and important to providing customers with safe, efficient, and profitable spaces.

Jerry Glenn, American Direct Chief Information Officer, will be available for interviews during CONEXPO and ISC West in Las Vegas. If you would like to have a one-on-one demonstration of AccessNsite and gain additional insight into the door opening industry, please contact Jerry Glynn at 913.563.5803 or email jerryg@americandirectco.com.

Please stop by our booth at the CONEXPO-CON/AGG (booth #S61839) and ISC West (booth #4109) shows.

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Superintendents Direct More Than $180,000 To Support Local Causes

David Vroonland Superintendent of Mesquite Independent School District, Texas

Dr. Michelle Rodriguez, Superintendent of Pajaro Valley Unified School District, California

Dr. Heidi Kattula, Superintendent of East Grand Rapids Public School District, Michigan

In service of improving public ed, district leaders share their time and expertise at ERDI, and their efforts will have a lasting impact in their communities.

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Superintendents and other public school leaders from across the United States directed more than $180,000 in donations to provide scholarships to students, reward innovation in the classroom, and help educators brighten the futures of students in their home districts in Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin.

The donations came after the leaders participated in an event organized by the Education Research and Development Institute (ERDI). The 35-year-old organization convenes think tank-style gatherings to engage public school leaders in sharing innovative ideas with one another and with solution providers who are designing products and services to support districts, schools and classrooms from pre-kindergarten through high school.

At the start of 2020, ERDI launched its Commitment to Social Impact project. To recognize superintendents for their valuable expertise, ERDI makes a donation in honor of each participant to the charity, non-profit, or educational foundation of their choice.

Dr. David Vroonland, superintendent of the 40,000-student Mesquite Independent School District in Texas, directed funds to launch a scholarship fund for students who — like him — spent at least part of their childhoods in foster care.

The Hubert and Georgia Rossin Memorial Scholarship will provide two $2,500 scholarships to students who write essays about the impact of their experiences in foster care. The grant program is named for a Waterloo, Iowa, couple who provided Vroonland with a home from the time he was two or three until he was adopted at age 10.

“Like many children today, I was born into unfortunate circumstances, circumstances of neglect and poverty, and I ended up in the foster care system,” Vroonland said. “I came under the care of this family who provided love, stability, educational support and a foundation of faith for me that was going to be so important to my ultimate success in life.”

“They had served over 100 foster children during their time; it was a mission of theirs,” Vroonland said of the couple, who also raised six children of their own. Hubert Roisin died in 2013, and his wife last August. “I want the power of the Rossins’ story to live on.”

The grants may be used by students to pursue studies not only at the college and university level, but also in trade or professional certification programs, Vroonland said. Hubert Rossin was a member of the Molders and Allied Workers Union who spent his adult life working at Viking Pump Co. and Rock Island Millwork in Iowa.

“We didn’t want to limit it to a student who was going to university,” Vroonland said of scholarships, which are also being supported by the couple’s family and will go to students in Texas and Iowa. “That wouldn’t have been Hubert Rossin’s desire.”

Vroonland and other school district leaders gathered at the ERDI event in Austin at the start of February to tackle some of the biggest problems facing education, such as equity and access, effective instruction, social and emotional learning, school safety and security, parent and community engagement, and leadership development.

Dr. Michelle Rodriguez, superintendent of the Pajaro Valley Unified School District in California, said she will direct the $2,000 donation to the Pajaro Valley Education Foundation to provide “Innovator of the Year” awards to students, teachers and staff members who devise new ways to improve public education.

“The idea was to honor people who think differently and better,” Rodriguez said of the $350 awards, which will be available not only to educators but also to the district’s bus drivers, food service and maintenance workers. “We want the whole organization to be thinking about innovation.”

Many of the school leaders directed ERDI to make donations to their districts’ nonprofit educational foundations, which supplement tax dollars in supporting public schools.

Dr. Heidi Kattula, superintendent in East Grand Rapids, Michigan, said her district does not receive adequate public funding to send administrators to sustainable and systematic training in trauma-informed education, restorative practices and other approaches to improving their students’ social emotional learning. She will direct the $2,000 ERDI donation to the East Grand Rapids Schools Foundation to start a professional development fund “to support lead learners in our district.”

“Our ERDI education leaders are truly best in class. They represent our nation’s most complex districts, and they bring a level of expertise that is second to none,” said ERDI President Jennifer Ferrari. “Driven by a strong mission to support children and their learning, our education leaders generously share their time and energy to contribute to the continuous improvement of public education. It’s tough work, and we are pleased to honor them for their time, expertise, and efforts by fully contributing to altruistic causes on their behalf.”

“We thank the many education leaders who have, and continue to contribute to such worthwhile and inspirational causes and organizations,” said Joseph Wise, CEO of the organization. “Their generosity and collective efforts to support education will have a powerful and lasting impact on so many.”

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Nina West – Drag Alphabet

L is fot Let ‘Em Have It

Drag isn’t just a niche product anymore – Drag is for Everyone!!”

— Nina West

COLUMBUS, OH, UNITED STATES, February 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nina West, RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11 Miss Congeniality and Fan Favorite, is taking us back to school to learn “The Drag Alphabet”. Nina firmly believes that children are our future and the fundamental task of learning the ABC’s doesn’t have to be a chore. From A is for “Absolutely” to Z is for “Zsa Zsa” children of all ages (yes, even the big kids too!) can have fun singing and dancing along all while learning some common phrases and words associated with Drag. The colorful video from Director Brad Hammer, features Nina alongside a group of children who dance and teach us the new words they have learned. The video also celebrates and highlights 2 very special young women – Daniela Maucere a deaf teen from Burbank, CA and Ivy Alona, an openly Transgender, deaf 9-year-old, who sign the alphabet and associated words to include the deaf and hard of hearing while also teaching all children how to sign.

“Drag isn’t just a niche product anymore – Drag is for Everyone!” said Nina West. “I wanted to use my platform to teach the children of the world a new way to learn their ABC’s in a fun way while also teaching them some fundamental words and phrases from Drag culture. I want everyone to be able to be included and to learn alongside each other, so I was so thrilled when Dani and Ivy agreed to come and help teach me, as well as the audience how to sign The Drag Alphabet. Both of these amazingly talented young women represent the future and are forging their own paths, while bringing intersectional activism to two very overlooked and underrepresented communities. They inspire me to learn and keep teaching people that underrepresented communities like ours need voices, but they also need to do it in fun and educational ways."

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Revere’s Garfield Elementary School Prioritizes Students’ Emotional Regulation with New SEL Curriculum

KidConnect Ready2Learn Curriculum from The Connections Model

The KidConnect Ready2Learn Curriculum has 26 interactive lessons to teach the skills needed to improve emotional regulation.

Teachers at Garfield Elementary are piloting the KidConnect Ready2Learn Curriculum to address the key skills for students to manage emotions and behavior

Our goal is to work alongside the educators at Garfield Elementary…to support instruction that helps all students build the key social-emotional skills needed for success.”

— Lori Jackson

REVERE, MASSACHUSSETTS, USA, February 25, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Garfield Elementary School kicked off a new partnership this semester with Sudbury-based education technology company The Connections Model, whose KidConnect solutions help students develop emotional regulation, the necessary foundation for all learning. Starting this semester, five first-grade classrooms with nearly 125 total students have begun to pilot the KidConnect Ready2Learn Curriculum, a proactive social-emotional learning (SEL) program that helps educators provide direct instruction to teach the foundational skills needed for emotional regulation.

“At Garfield Elementary, we recognize that emotional regulation supports academic success in school and beyond, so we’re excited to explore incorporating explicit social-emotional learning in the classroom by piloting the KidConnect Ready2Learn Curriculum” said Corbett Coutts, Principal of Garfield Elementary School. “Our teachers worked directly with The Connections Model co-founders during a kick-off orientation in January and are excited to bring the hands-on activities and lessons into their first grade classes.”

Garfield Elementary School prides itself on being a community-focused institution that serves both the students and families who make up its population. The school’s diverse student body includes a large immigrant population and 80 percent of learners who are English as a Second Language (ESL) students, as well as 42 percent who are English Language Learners (ELL). The new curriculum further supports the school’s focus on addressing common struggles around assimilation and cultural barriers by prioritizing students’ emotional wellbeing alongside academic success. In fact, every classroom at Garfield has a 30-minute community meeting built into its schedule each week, where teachers use a variety of strategies and activities to meet students’ social-emotional needs.

"Our goal is to work alongside the educators at Garfield Elementary by offering our explicit SEL curriculum, as well as classroom tools and professional development, to support instruction that helps all students build the key social-emotional skills needed for success,” said Lori Jackson, applied educational psychologist and co-founder of The Connections Model. “We’re honored to be able to partner with a school that is already prioritizing social-emotional learning, and remain committed to developing meaningful relationships with the teachers and school leaders by keeping open lines of communication to collect feedback, provide assistance, and develop best practices for incorporating our tools into teaching and learning throughout the pilot.”

Designed to integrate into educators’ everyday classroom routines, the KidConnect Ready2Learn Curriculum divides the process of healthy emotional regulation into four navigable units that include 26 interactive lessons to teach the skills needed to improve emotional regulation. Each of the four units is comprised of a variety of interactive, easy-to-use lesson plans and activities that provide the scope and sequence of emotional regulation to showcase the fluid relationship between each unit. To help facilitate this learning process, the curriculum also includes instructions and guiding questions for students to create a Reflection Journal, where they can begin to record connections between their daily schedule and activities, along with the associated emotions and behaviors that occurred.

Throughout the semester, teachers and school leaders will have the opportunity to evaluate the effectiveness of the curriculum, which aims to add the element of regular and explicit SEL instruction, with an emphasis on emotional skill-building, to improve each student’s ability to manage emotions and behaviors. To do so, teachers have weekly check-ins with The Connections Model team to provide feedback and monitor the success of the program in real-time. Both organizations are committed to the end goal of building the foundational skills for students to achieve both self-awareness and social awareness, build healthy relationships, make good decisions, and become truly ready to learn.

About Garfield Elementary School
Led by Principal Corbett Coutts, Garfield Elementary School serves 732 students, including 80 percent English as a Second Language (ESL) students and 42 percent who are English Language Learners (ELL) according to 2020 statistics. It is part of Revere Public Schools, located in Revere, Massachusetts, which serves more than 7,500 students district-wide.

About The Connections Model
The Connections Model is an education technology company whose KidConnect app and curriculum help students develop emotional regulation, the necessary foundation for all learning. Founded by a school psychologist and special education teacher, the company’s real world-proven classroom approach teaches students to identify, understand, and manage their emotions and behaviors so they become Ready2Learn. Learn more at https://www.teachemotionalregulation.com/

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