Educational Journal

Monmouth County Historical Association enters the classroom

August 08, 2022 Monmouth County Historical Association enters the classroom By Lori Draz This school year, students in New Jersey will benefit from a history lesson, courtesy of the Monmouth County Historical Association (MCHA). Dr. Wendy Morales, Deputy Superintendent of the Monmouth-Ocean Educational Services Commission, explained, “In accordance with the …

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ACM Reviews Shine in Latest Impact Factor Re

image: Association for computer machines see After Credit: Association for Computing Machines Reviews from ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery, have demonstrated strong performance in recent Journal Citation Report from Clarivate Analytics, published June 28, 2022. Of the 36 ACM journals indexed in the JCR, 32 saw their impact factor …

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SNHU restricts hearing for Leavitt appearance, insists on right to reject ‘controversial’ speakers

Republican congressional candidate Karoline Leavitt had a limited audience when she spoke at Southern New Hampshire University after school administrators ordered the event to be restricted to students only. Ky Urban, president of the SNHU College Republican Club, said he was first made aware of the policy to limit or …

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LA County avoids new mask requirements as cases drop –

Photo by Karolina Grabowska from Pexels LOS Angeles County has dropped plans to reissue the universal mask mandate as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations have declined over the past week, LA County Public Health said Thursday, July 28. “As I noted last week, any indication that the county will soon move …

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Friday Harbor student receives Congress and Bundestag youth exchange scholarship

Presented by ASSE. ASSE International is pleased to announce that Sheya Welty, a high school student from Friday Harbor, is one of 250 American high school girls from across the United States to be awarded the prestigious Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Scholarship for the 2022 academic year – 2023. Scholarship students …

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July 28 – Georgia Tech Supply Chain And Logistics Institute Expands LEAP PROGRAM With Georgia Department Of Juvenile Justice | Education and Career Development

July 28, 2022 – Georgia Tech Institute of Supply Chain and Logistics (GT-SCL) residing and supported by the Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE)in coordination with Georgia Tech Professional Education (WGPE), is exwhile his Logistics Training and Pathway Program (LEAP) with Georgian Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) Reintegration …

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Basis Education Foundation for Life launches sustainable capacity building initiatives in partnership with local partners to address poverty and social disability

Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – July 26, 2022) – Canadian non-profit organization Basis Education Foundation (Basis) has unveiled its collaborative capacity building initiatives. Its mission is to aid anti-poverty efforts by providing basic digital literacy and life skills training in disadvantaged communities. Basis partners with grassroots NGOs and organizations in the …

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Your Guide to the 172nd Butler County Fair

July 24—The 172nd Butler County Fair opened on Sunday and Doug Turner, chairman of the Butler County Fair Board, said it was the same fair visitors know and love, with some updates. “This year we will have three demolition derbies taking place on Monday, Wednesday and Friday with a tractor …

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Fear of wolves rooted in myth – The Journal

The wolves are coming to Colorado, and so far I haven’t seen anyone preparing for their arrival. Letters appear in local newspapers suggesting ranchers will be the victims once the wolves return. Hunters won’t find elk. Outfitters will go bankrupt. The myth of wolves is at the root of this …

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WVa AG calls for the suspension of the decision that blocked the school voucher law

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The West Virginia attorney general on Tuesday asked a court to stay a ruling overturning a state-sponsored education voucher program. Attorney General Patrick Morrisey filed his petition with the state’s Intermediate Court of Appeals. He is seeking a stay, pending appeal, of a Kanawha County judge’s …

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SWJ Book Review – The Vory: The Russian Super Mafia

SWJ Book Review – The Vory: The Russian Super Mafia Kevin Hammill Marc Galeotti, The Vory: The Russian Super Mafia. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2018 [ISBN: 978-0300186826, Hardcover, 344 pages] Dr. Mark Galeotti is a leading academic, security consultant and adviser to the UK government. His most recent works …

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All institutions will be part of NIRF, schools will soon be accredited: Dharmendra Pradhan

Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Friday that by next year institutional accreditation will be harmonized and every higher education institution will be part of the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF). . He went on to say that soon there would be a system in place that required all …

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YSU Achieves Record Fundraising of $24.1 Million – Business Journal Daily

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Youngstown State University and the YSU Foundation today announced it received a record $24.1 million in donations in fiscal year 2021-22, the largest one-year total of 114 years of university history. “Our donors are among the most generous and supportive in the country,” said YSU President Jim …

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Teen Scene – Le Journal Magazines

Jul 12, 2022 Teen scene By Lori Draz and Robby Manse Each month, our young authors write, in their own voice, stories that will educate and inform their peers and parents. If you are a teenager who would like to write your story, contact Le Journal. We’ll help you polish …

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Community Academy Leadership Class Forming Now for 2022 — Muncie Journal

By the Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce— MUNCIE, IN—For 46 years, the Academy for Community Leadership has attracted bright and emerging leaders to Muncie and Delaware counties. ACL has provided orientation to the Muncie County and Delaware community and broad insight into civic leadership since 1979. The program helps develop …

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Diocese Announces Communications and Personnel Appointments – Business Journal Daily

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Bishop David J. Bonnar, Bishop of Youngstown, has established a new communications department for the Diocese of Youngstown, effective July 1. The new department integrates all communications and publishing operations, including internal and external communications as well as the operations and staff of The Catholic exponent and …

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WIS ED helps increase the cybersecurity workforce by providing high quality cybersecurity courses

BALTIMORE, Md., July 7, 2022, (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — WIS ED LLC (WIS ED) has partnered with Tech Quest Apprenticeship, a national initiative led by Clark University’s School of Professional Studies, to provide technologies (IT) and Cyber ​​- pre-apprenticeships and apprenticeships related to unemployed, underemployed and tenured workers until 2023. Image …

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NSU appoints Dr. Susan Campbell as faculty athletic representative

By: Jason Pugh, Deputy AD for Media Relations History links NATCHITOCHES — The Northwest State Athletic Department announced Dr. Susan Campbell as the Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) on Tuesday. Campbell, an assistant professor of social work, is in her fourth year on the NSU faculty after …

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Universities caught in political tussle over Center State over VC nomination

New Delhi: In many parts of the country, universities and their administrations are caught in the middle of what is essentially a political tussle between the NDA-led government and non-NDA-led state governments. In the conflict between these state governments and centrally appointed governors, the selection of university vice-chancellors became a …

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How to follow your rules safely now that Roe v. Wade is canceled

That of the Supreme Court The decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, a nearly 50-year-old case law protecting the right to abortion, was announced on Friday. Although a draft notice leaked in May made this decision expected, it was less expected when everyone started talking about period-tracking phone apps. According …

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Challenge to hiring felt by all educational bodies; Local Head Start is going through tough times due to staffing shortages | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG – Head Start has been in existence for 30 years in Berkeley, Morgan and Jefferson counties, serving the youngest learners and their families. As teacher shortages and challenges in filling positions in many education-related jobs continue, barriers are visible at all levels and in all areas, including the local …

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Teachers and teacher trainers facing the digital gender divide

References – Chikunda, C. (2014) Identifying tensions around gender-sensitive curriculum practices in science teacher education in Zimbabwe: an activity theory analysis. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology of Education, 18(3), pp. 264-275. – Grande-de-Prado, M., Cañón, R., García-Martín, S., & Cantón, I. (2020). Digital competence and gender: …

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Clark County Commission approves short-term rental guidelines

A Nevada mandate to legalize short-term rentals in unincorporated Clark County reached a major milestone after commissioners laid the groundwork for implementing licensing, restrictions and enforcement. That decision did not leave many people satisfied, including county lawmakers, who unanimously passed the ordinance on Tuesday. “None of us here wanted to …

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The University of Lief opens its doors

Valencia-based supplement manufacturer Lief Laboratories launched its University of Lief Mechanical Foundations training program with Santa Clarita’s College of the Canyons, marking an effort by the company to train local talent for positions at Lief and eventually other local businesses. The move comes as a solution at a time when …

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Access to education is a fundamental right

Prayagraj: The Allahabad High Court observed that receiving adequate education is a fundamental right enshrined in Article 21-A of the Constitution of India. The bench consisting of Justices Rajesh Singh Chauhan and Subhash Vidyarthi further observed that education authorities must ensure that the grievance relating to admission to an institution …

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Ruth B. Ciesielski | News, Sports, Jobs

Ruth B. Ciesielski Ruth B. Ciesielski, 80, of Jamestown, NY, formerly of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, died at 9:17 a.m. Friday, June 10, 2022 at UPMC Chautauqua. She was born on November 14, 1941 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the daughter of the late Samuel and Ella Loeb Klein. Ruth …

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Around 7,000 new classrooms are being built this year: CM Bommai

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said he was dedicated to the development of North Karnataka while addressing a campaign meeting for Legislative Council election for graduate and teacher seats du Nord-Ouest at the KLE Society in Belagavi on Saturday. He also highlighted the role of KLE in the development of …

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The program seeks to buy local products

EAST WILTON — Local farmers with produce to sell are being sought for a program that will provide food boxes to family daycares. The Child and Adult Food Program, CACFP, is reimbursing home daycares for following healthy meal and snack guidelines, program coordinator Meghan Parker-Crockett said Wednesday, June 8. Child …

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DIY is hosting a two-month online global summer camp

“DIY.org is hosting a two-month online global summer camp” DIY is a skill-based platform that engages kids through social learning DIY – The social learning app, the largest online community based on children’s interests, kicks off another year of its online summer camp: Camp DIY. Children from all over the …

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Ripley Superintendent Honored by County Group | News, Sports, Jobs

Ripley Central School Superintendent William Caldwell was completely surprised when he was named Administrator of the Year by the Chautauqua County Board of Education Professionals Association. “I didn’t know I was going to be chosen” said Caldwell of the prize, which was awarded to CCAEOP “bosses’ night” May …

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Calendar of events around Jacksonville, Illinois this week

Farmers Market: 7 a.m. to noon, Pathway Plaza, 1905 W. Morton Ave. Prices vary. | Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday until October 31. Link cards accepted. Lincoln Days Civil War Reenactment: 9 a.m. Pittsfield Lake. | Living history weekend including a battle re-enactment. Also, ladies’ tea and fashion show, children’s …

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Marion College students receive end-of-year honors | Hillsboro Star-Journal

Marion Middle School released this list of its 2021-22 student awards last week: ROLL OF HONOR High Grade 8 – Harrison Beery, Cooper Brewer, Samuel Calvert, Maria Carlson, Shaliah Ensley, Daisy Giles, Vlad Harris, Hailey Harshman, Madisyn Hulett, Elijah Klenda, Keenan Lange, Kadon Mercer, Jaxon Salsbury, Eldon Smith and Gabrielle …

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LBank Exchange to list SHINJIRO (SHOX) on June 1, 2022

Internet City, Dubai– (Newsfile Corp. – May 30, 2022) – LBank Exchange, a global digital asset trading platform, will list SHINJIRO (SHOX) on June 1, 2022. For all LBank Exchange users, the trading platform SHOX/USDT will be officially available for trading at 21:00 (UTC+8) on June 1, 2022. LBank x …

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Tips for getting a loan for coaching courses

KYC documentation, such as ID and proof of address, is required. / Representative image | Education is essential to live a better life. Attending playgroups and reputable schools is the first step in the educational process, followed by enrolling in a college or university. Students, on the other hand, recognize …

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Ride for the Ranch | Oklahoma State University

Thursday, May 26, 2022 Media contact: Jami Mattox | Agricultural Communications Services | 405-744-8061 | [email protected] In a state with 326,000 horses, Oklahoma State University and Ferguson College of Agriculture are well known for their collegiate equestrian and rodeo teams. Now a new riding team is getting ready to start …

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Flimp Communications 2021-2022 Open Enrollment Case Study and Trends Report Shows Digital Postcards Drive Extraordinary Employee Engagement Rates, Averaging 72%

BOSTON, MA, May 25, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Flimp Communications, the leading full-service provider of digital communications and employee engagement solutions, today announced the results of its enrollment case study open 2021-22 and its report on trends. The report includes open enrollment data collected during the 2021-22 open enrollment season* from …

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STARS project to boost the education system of deputies

Indore (Madhya Pradesh) Starting with Indore and Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh is poised to strengthen its education system under the World Bank’s STARS project. MP is one of six states selected for the program. The Ministry of Education’s Strengthening Teaching, Learning and Outcomes for States (STARS) project was signed between the …

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Fengshui Republic launches courses to teach entrepreneurs the power of the environment

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia – (Newsfile Corp. – May 21, 2022) – The Fengshui Republic has launched new courses for entrepreneurs of all sizes to enhance good energy and more wealth and health. Fengshui Republic is the first and only Chinese feng shui metaphysics company to be ISO9001 certified. Additionally, the …

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tours give students insight into different careers | News, Sports, Jobs

CLYMER – Clymer Central School last week hosted representatives across a variety of careers for students. A total of 36 representatives from different fields visited the school. Visitors ranged from medical work to branches of the military and law enforcement, including a K-9 unit. Local businesses including Windmill …

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New York-based Cozy Corner Press offers high-quality ghostwriting services

Cozy Corner Press is a small Manhattan-based writing and publishing company specializing in educational children’s books, novels for young adults and adults, and ghostwriting services for budding authors interested in bring their stories to life. The company helps people who struggle with putting pen to paper or those under time …

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Illegal taxpayer-funded election campaign alleged in run-up to North Carolina primary

The North Carolina primary elections will be held on May 17. Getty More and more state lawmakers are seeking to solve the conundrum of taxpayer-funded lobbying, which often involves advocating for a heavier tax burden and higher levels of government spending. Taxpayers in Pennsylvania, for example, spent at least $42 …

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Demographics, not biases, best predict traffic

image: Calvin Lai, Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis to see After 1 credit When it comes to predicting how often black drivers will be stopped by traffic police versus how often white drivers will be stopped, it’s better to look …

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Global Educational Simulation Software Market Size, Share, Growth, Sales Analysis and Development Status, Analytical Assessment, Future Growth Potential, Company Profiles, Developments to 2028

The report provides detailed coverage of the global Educational Simulation Software market and key market trends affected by the coronavirus. The market research includes historical and forecast market data, demand, application details, price trends, and company share of major global educational simulation software markets by region. The report splits market …

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Dorothea Thompson receives 2022 CPHS Research Award – archyde

Dr. Dorothea Thompson received the 2022 College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (CPHS) Research Award. Her appointment letter stated, “She has exceptional attention to detail, a broad understanding of many scientific fields, and impressive professional research achievements.” Thompson joined the Campbell family in 2015 as an associate professor of microbiology …

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After a leak, the religious division on legal abortion appears

In this photo provided by Felicity Figueroa, Rabbi Stephen Einstein, left, founding rabbi of Congregation B’nai Tzedek in Fountain Valley, California, stands with Reverend Sarah Halverson-Cano, senior pastor of Irvine United Congregational Church in Irvine, California. ., at a rally in support of abortion access, in Santa Ana, Calif., on …

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Edito: It’s official: the APS must resize, do better by the students

The report card has arrived and the grades are not good for the largest school district in the state. Last week, the New Mexico Legislative Finance Committee released one of its periodic reviews of our public schools – the first for Albuquerque public schools since 2007. The report was highly …

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Indiana Academy and Burris Laboratory School recognized by US News & World Report — Muncie Journal

By Ball State Marketing and Communications— MUNCIE, Indiana — The Indiana Academy of Science, Mathematics, and Humanities and Burris Laboratory School are once again receiving national recognition. US News and World Report recently ranked Indiana Academy (#2) and Burris (#7) among Indiana’s top high schools in its “2022 Best US …

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Unemployment rate drops in Stanislaus

The unemployment rate in Stanislaus County fell in March with modest gains in several sectors driving up the labor force. Stanislaus County had an unemployment rate of 5.7% in March, compared to a revised rate of 6.5% in February, according to the latest report from the Department of Employment Development. …

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Rifleman’s Report: The World’s Oldest and Largest Authority on Firearms

English poet William Cowper is credited with the phrase “Variety is the spice of life, which gives it all its flavor”. This is certainly the case with gun enthusiasts, who buy new guns for a wide range of reasons, including hunting, competition, plinking, self-defense, and collecting. American Rifleman strives to …

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Memory Masters | News, Sports, Jobs

Selah Haehnel, 11, left, and Charlotte Nelson, 10, both of Marquette, have achieved Memory Master status. The designation indicates that they memorized hundreds of facts and completed four speaking tests with complete accuracy. (Photo courtesy of Wendy Haehnel) MARQUETTE — Two local girls, ages 10 and …

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Learn & Play Montessori announces new videos focused on online preschool activities

Learn and Play Montessori aims to be one of the best Montessori schools in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. FREMONT, Calif. – April 18, 2022 – (Newswire.com) Learn and Play Montessori, a leading preschool and kindergarten program in Fremont, Danville and Dublin, is proud to announce new videos on …

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Reuse and Refresh for Earth Day

According to the EPA, Americans generate about 12 million tons of furniture waste a year, and about 80% of it ends up in landfill. With Earth Day approaching, it’s a great time to look for ways to reuse, upcycle, and upcycle furniture and decor. Interior designers and other experts share …

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Characteristics of non-cancerous chest CT scan to predict

image: (A) Axial CT image shows coronary artery calcium (red square). (B) Axial CT image shows the pulmonary artery and the diameter of the ascending aorta at the level of the main pulmonary artery (red arrows). Coronal CT images (C) without and (D) with segmentation label map for lung densitometry …

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MCS Open Enrollment for 2022-23 Begins Today – Muncie Journal

By Andy Klotz— The Kindergarten and Pre-Kindergarten Registration Fair will take place on April 14 MUNCIE, Ind. – Enrollment for all new and returning students for the 2022-23 school year begins today, April 11, at Muncie Community Schools (MCS). Parents and guardians are encouraged to visit any MCS building for …

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Local 7th grader progresses in national art competition

Mya Jackson participates in the National PTA Reflections art competition. (Courtesy of Christy Herrera) With only one full month left in the school year, now is the critical time. New Mexico students continue to make strides as Mya Jackson, a seventh-grade student at Sandoval Academy of Bilingual Education, qualified for …

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Girls in the Making Day is Saturday | News, Sports, Jobs

This Saturday, SUNY Jamestown Community College, in conjunction with Dream It Do It WNY, will host Girls in Manufacturing Day from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Manufacturing Technology Institute campus. Dream It Do It WNY Girls in Manufacturing Day invites girls ages 9-14 to learn about …

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Richard Yeakley appointed as Longview’s new public information officer | Local News

The Town of Longview has a new spokesperson. City Manager Rolin McPhee has named former multimedia specialist Richard Yeakley the city’s new public information officer, according to a statement on Monday. Yeakley succeeds Shawn Hara who recently became the city’s director of community destinations after serving as spokesperson since 2008. …

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Virgo: A partnership that brings out the best in you sounds promising. Networking, seeking educational opportunities

Eugenie Last CELEBRITIES BORN TODAY: Samantha Win, 31; Katy Mixon, 41; Celine Dion, 54; Eric Clapton, 77 years old.Happy Birthday: Stay focused on results and don’t deviate this year. An impulsive move will be to your detriment and will take much longer to reverse than expected. Target your energy where …

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I have the music in me | March is school music month

It’s hard for me to imagine who I would be without the presence of music in my life. While she was in my mother’s womb, my mother put on rock n’ roll records. From the minute I could speak, I sang. I spread out my parents’ vinyl albums and spent …

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CAG raps Maharashtra government for its dismal performance in implementing RUSA

The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) in his report for the year ended March 2021 slammed the government of Maharashtra for its dismal performance in implementing Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA). Its objective was to provide strategic funding to eligible public higher education institutions to reform the higher education system …

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RHAM appoints South Windsor official as new superintendent | News

HEBRON – The Region 8 School Board has announced Colin McNamara, assistant superintendent at South Windsor, as the new superintendent of RHAM schools. McNamara will assume the position formerly held by Acting Superintendent Scott Leslie on July 1, officials said in a press release. Region 8 serves the cities of …

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State Supreme Court wants reassessment of $1.7 billion education spending order – Carolina Journal

The North Carolina Supreme Court has agreed to return to the longstanding legal dispute over state school funding. The court wants a trial judge to assess the impact of the new state budget on a $1.7 billion order for additional state education spending. A Supreme Court order issued late Monday …

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Children’s Books by Black Authors: A Reading List

“A Child’s Invitation”, by Joshua McCarter Simpson (1854) This song was included in Simpson’s collection “The Emancipation Car,” which he described as “an original composition of anti-slavery ballads; composed exclusively for the underground railway. Several songs in the collection feature children. This is described as a “school song” and begins …

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New business leadership expert book, HOPE for Leaders in the 2020s, launches today

Dr. Hope Zoeller and Dr. Joe DeSensi co-author the second volume of their HOPE for Leaders series LOUISVILLE, Kentucky – March 16, 2022 – (Newswire.com) Finding hope in times of uncertainty is never easy, but Dr. Hope Zoeller and Dr. Joe DeSensi believe it is possible. The two leadership experts …

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Redefining Excellence in Online Learning

In today’s rapidly changing workplace, an increasing number of roles and responsibilities intersect with legal issues more than ever. In response to these changes, higher education has also evolved, with USC’s Gould School of Law being at the forefront of meeting these needs.In 2016, USC Gould—ranked among the top law …

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Mary RNC Obituary (1947 – 2022) – Sausalito, CA

Mary Madelyn (Logrando) Rubin, Ph.D. RNC September 20, 1947 (Windber, PA) – February 28, 2022 (Sausalito, CA) Mary Madelyn (Logrando) Rubin, 74, died peacefully at her Sausalito home on February 28 . Mary was born in Windber, Pennsylvania to James Peter “Dick” Logrando and Mary Assunta (Gonnella) Logrando, the second …

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Urban renewal or gentrification? – The newspaper

Sign meaning a historical place. | Photo credit: National Park Service Historic preservation seems simple at first glance. Take old places of historical significance, record their past, fund their preservation, and keep these buildings and sites available for future generations. America saw a massive increase in support for the preservation …

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What Could It Look Like and Why It’s Needed in Today’s Classrooms – THE Journal

Expert point of view The re-emergence of skills-based education: what it might look like and why it is needed in today’s classrooms As the pandemic transformed every bedroom, living room, and community center into a classroom, a fundamental shift occurred in what constitutes evidence of learning. No longer able to …

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Online university fined $22 million for misleading students – The Journal

A California judge has ordered a for-profit online university and its former parent company to pay $22 million in fines, saying they misled students SAN DIEGO (AP) — A California judge has ordered a for-profit online university and its former parent company to pay $22 million in fines, saying they …

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Let’s get ready for kindergarten! – Caldwell’s Diary

Post views: 193 LENOIR, North Carolina (March 4, 2022) – Caldwell County schools are now enrolling kindergarten students who will be five years old by August 31, 2022. Parents are encouraged to go online at www.caldwellschols.com and complete a registration form. “Children will be introduced to an exciting …

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Oddities & Curiosities Exhibition Comes to Albuquerque

More than 150 vendors participate in “The Oddities & Curiosities Expo”. (Courtesy of Michelle Cozzaglio) It’s been nearly a decade since Michelle Cozzaglio and her husband Tony wanted to bring offbeat events to the masses. The duo is behind “The Oddities & Curiosities Expo,” which returns to Albuquerque on Saturday, …

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Sean Hagen will present at the 2022 HFES International Symposium

DUNEDIN, FL/ACCESSWIRE/March 2, 2022 / Sean Hängen, Director and Founder of BlackHängen Design, an interdisciplinary user research and product design company, will co-present a focused workshop focusing on contextual inquiry methods when developing medical devices and health systems during of the international HFES symposium. The event, highlighting human factors and …

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NE BOCES Executive Director Testifies on Senate Bill at State Capitol – Sterling Journal-Advocate

Northeast BOCES Executive Director Tamara Durbin testified Feb. 16 at the state Capitol on SB22-127 — a bill centered on special education funding. Following testimony from Durbin and others, the bill was passed unanimously by the Senate Education Committee and is now in appropriations. The proposed bill, which was recommended …

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A photographer tells the story of the fight for equality in SC | Way of life

ORANGEBURG, SC – Orangeburg photographer Cecil Williams has captured thousands of images of African Americans’ struggle for equal rights over the decades and is now set to unveil a series of wall art that depicts their history in the state. It’s a story he hopes will reach middle and high …

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Rogers Foundation lawsuit seeks to keep children trapped in failing schools | EDITORIAL

In too many Nevada schools, children are unsafe, not learning, and may not even have a full-time teacher. Now a group is suing – to stop them from finding a better alternative. On Tuesday, the Rogers Foundation announced legal challenges against two school choice initiatives. This is a common tactic …

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Orange Tree Christian Preschools is hosting a Parenting Fundamentals Workshop for Kids on March 5, 2022, helping parents get expert advice on nutrition, love, discipline, life skills, and more.

Orange Tree Christian Preschools always strives to create a positive environment for children. They held a parenting workshop to help parents gain expert advice. The upcoming Kids Fundamentals Parenting workshop will feature a panel of experts, including educators, spiritual leaders, physicians, and nutrition therapy practitioners. The panel will hold discussions …

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Prepare for college and plan ahead with College Prep Masterclass

Discover the important key points for a successful university career. The transition from high school to college is a big change, it’s a completely exciting yet scary journey at the same time. While there are college registration guides, campus maps, and a list of extracurricular activities all over the internet, …

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Finalists Named for Montezuma-Cortez Acting Superintendent – ​​The Journal

The Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1 has narrowed its search for an interim superintendent to two finalists. (Photo from newspaper file) Risha VanderWey’s replacement is scheduled for March 1 Harry Tom Burris and Ember Conley were named the two finalists for acting superintendent by the RE-1 School Board of the Montezuma-Cortez …

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Local students earn academic honors

Emmanuel announces the list of the dean In recognition of their outstanding academic achievements, Emmanuel College has named over 800 students to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2021 semester. To earn a spot on the Dean’s List, Emmanuel College students must achieve a GPA of 3.5 or more for …

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Business notes – February 2022

New Flights Sustain Traffic at Tri-Cities Airport The Tri-Cities Airport is reporting a respectable increase in air traffic in 2021 thanks in part to the arrival of new carriers. With 346,503 people boarding flights, boardings are up 83% from 2020, when the Covid-19 pandemic hurt travel and left planes nearly …

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NM child tax credit proposal mixed as session winds down

Students paint with watercolors at the United Way Early Learning Center in Santa Fe in this 2017 file photo. New Mexico residents would be eligible for a child tax credit of up to $350 per child under proposed legislation at the Roundhouse. (Eddie Moore/Diary) SANTA FE — New Mexicans with …

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CSR initiative will provide students in government schools in Gujarat with free online access to local language lessons

Everest Kanto Cylinders (EKC), India’s largest manufacturer of high-pressure gas cylinders, today announced the company’s CSR initiative to provide free online access to curriculum-related educational content for students in public schools in Gujarat. The CSR program, designed and delivered by ConnectEd Technologies, an EdTech social enterprise, aims to provide quality …

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Decorah Community School District Board of Education has named the next superintendent

Wednesday, February 9, 2022 12:17 PM The Decorah Community School District School Board has named Dr. Tim Cronin as the district’s next superintendent. The board conducted a first round of interviews the week of January 24 and held interviews with the three finalists on February 7. Dr. …

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Pacira’s lawsuit against anesthesiology dismi

The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) is pleased that the lawsuit against ASA, the editor of Anesthesiology – the official peer-reviewed journal of the ASA – and 11 contributing authors from Pacira Biosciences Inc., was dismissed by the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey. U.S. District …

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Governor Akeredolu calls for partnership in education development

Governor Rotimi Akeredolu Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State has stressed the need for the private sector and well-meaning people to partner with the government to develop the education system in the country. Akeredolu said this during a speech at the 60th anniversary of Akoko Anglican Grammar School (AKOGRAMS), Arigidi …

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STUDENT NEWS: Week of February 2, 2022 | News

Lieb named to Dean of Carthage’s list Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin has announced its slate of deans for the fall 2021 semester. Dean’s List honors are awarded to Carthage students who achieve a minimum GPA of 3.5 while completing at least 14 credit hours in a semester. Among the …

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New Mexico confirms K-12 education tests, secretary

DEVELOPMENT… The story will be updated as new information can be verified. Updated 3 times SANTA FE, NM — New Mexico’s top educator said Wednesday that the state will be testing K-12 students this spring after receiving waivers from federal testing requirements over the past last two years. “We have …

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Clause that reserves places for the children of former pupils who are little used, the committee must be informed

TWO EDUCATIONAL GROUPS due to appear before the Oireachtas Education Committee today are against the scrapping of a clause which allows 25% of school places to be reserved for the children and grandchildren of former pupils. A Labor Party bill on the matter is under discussion today, with five education …

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Wallingford’s rise in school spending explained

WALLINGFORD — The Board of Education digs deeper into the nearly $110 million school spending proposal for the next fiscal year at its first budget workshop this week. On Wednesday evening, members of the board’s operations committee received an overview of the $109,840,683 budget that school superintendent Danielle Bellizzi presented …

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Robert Edward Martinka | News, Sports, Jobs

Robert E. Martinka, 89, of Chanhassen entered eternal life on January 23, 2022. He died at home with his family by his side and wrapped in prayer. “Bob” was born on December 1, 1932 in Lucan, Minnesota to Herbert and Agnes (Steffl) Martinka. He grew up in New Ulm with …

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CRYPTO U grows in response to consumer demand

Program enhancements include a robust library of hands-on training videos, a crypto coin wallet, and live concierge services to personally guide consumers. This press release was originally distributed by ReleaseWire Missoula, MT – (ReleaseWire) – 01/25/2022 – SWYCH U, LLC announced the implementation of an extensive series of enhancements to …

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Klaisner says education system problems could last another two years – The Southland Journal

Advertising Klaisner says education system problems could last another two years (Southland Chicago, IL) – Mark A. Klaisner and other experts saw this coming before the COVID-19 pandemic hit education skies. However, one potential problem has escalated significantly due to the pandemic and had effects that could resonate beyond 2024. …

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County ESC welcomes new board members | News, Sports, Jobs

Morning Journal/Liz Lehman New SEC board members Aaron Hinchliffe and Marilyn Parks attended their first meeting Tuesday evening. LISBON — The Columbiana County Educational Services Center met for the first time in 2022 and they welcomed their two newest members, Aaron Hinchliffe and Marilyn Parks. In December, council began accepting …

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Infrastructure bill could finally bring needed funds to Brent Spence Bridge | Northern Kentucky News | Cincinnati

Click to enlarge Photo: Facebook.com/BrentSpenceInfo Brent Spence Bridge The recently passed infrastructure bill is expected to fund millions of dollars in bridge projects across the state, which could include some of the state’s largest thoroughfares. U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown said the $100 million bridge formula funding coming to Ohio through …

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Many don’t get an ADHD diagnosis that could lead to help

High school students who struggle to pay attention in class are more likely to admit they cheat, according to a new study. The researchers found that inattention led to hyperactivity in students and that the two together contributed to higher levels of cheating. The question is important because many students …

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Ball State’s Unity Week 2022 offers free social, cultural and educational events for all — Muncie Journal

By Ball State Marketing & Communications— MUNCIE, Ind.—The Ball State University Multicultural Center has announced the schedule of events for Unity Week 2022, which begins Jan. 17, the official holiday celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Week is a popular on-campus celebration dedicated to uniting the Ball State …

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Weekend recap: Officials and health system respond as COVID-19 cases rise in Wisconsin

This week, the ongoing pandemic seemed to take another grim turn, as hospitals in Wisconsin had more patients with COVID-19 than at any other time during the pandemic. Given the unprecedented demand for health services, public authorities have taken additional measures this week. Gov. Tony Evers has called in the …

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Gene Editing Among Winter Classes for Freshmen and Sophomores at Salem Academy | Education

Salem Academy administrator Lossie Freeman led the effort to bring a team of female gene institute scientists to the Academy during a Salem calendar period known as “Jan Term “. It’s a two-week period in January that gives Salem students the opportunity to take short-term courses, serve in the community, …

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