Educational Journal

Idaho State University’s Department of Geosciences Celebrates Professor Paul Link’s Career | Community

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Why do students from other countries outperform ours?

Why do students from other countries outperform ours? Calendar An icon of a desk calendar. to cancel An icon depicting a circle with a diagonal line across. Caret A block arrow icon pointing right. E-mail An icon of a paper envelope. Facebook A Facebook “f” brand icon. Google A Google …

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Free Articles Limit Reached – The Waterways Journal

Thank you for visiting the Waterways Journal website. We hope you enjoyed your three free articles this week. As you may already know, we now charge for unlimited access to our content. You can come back next week and access three more free articles or choose unlimited access with a …

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William Oxford obituary (1951 – 2021) – Purlear, North Carolina

Oxford, William Cliff April 29, 1951 – November 17, 2021 Mr. William Cliff Oxford, 70, of Purlear, NC, passed away on Wednesday, November 17, 2021 at Davie Medical Center. On April 29, 1951, Cliff was born in Fayetteville, North Carolina, to William Banks and Tosca Harris Oxford. His parents died …

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Calendar of events, rewards and opportunities

Each week we update this list with new meetings, awards, scholarships and events to help you advance your career. If you would like us to present something that you have to offer to the bioscience community, send us an email with the subject line “For Calendar”. Offers from ASBMB members …

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Michigan Eastern Star Holds Annual Convention | News, Sports, Jobs

MUSKEGON – The Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star of Michigan recently held its annual convention in Muskegon after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Worthy Grand Matron, Dawn M. Talbot and Worthy Grand Boss, John P. Groves chaired the meetings and 404 members attended the annual …

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Roper Mountain Science Center continues to inspire new generations of scientists

Although many people in the upstate may only be familiar with the Roper Mountain Science Center (RMSC) Due to the annual holiday light show that attracted tens of thousands of families each year in December, the centre’s main mission has been to provide hands-on science education to students in the …

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James Sunser | Rochester Business Journal

James sunser President, Genesee Community College Years in current role: ten What do you like most about your role? The ability to work with a dedicated board of directors and a talented group of faculty and staff to promote an environment focused on student success. GCC truly puts students and …

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Montezuma-Cortez Superintendent Suggests Getting State Contribution Before Cutting Elementary Curriculum – The Journal

Members of the Montezuma-Cortez Education Council discuss the spirit and wisdom curriculum at the elementary school level. Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1 YouTube Mind and Wisdom Curriculum under review in RE-1 A vote to dissolve the current primary education mind and wisdom curriculum was tabled at the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School District …

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WC VP Answers Questions About Clinton County Success

Wilmington College’s recent update of its scholarships and awards program to make WC attendance even more affordable for local students has raised questions about the successful Clinton County Succeeds (CCS) program. The College offers Clinton County high school graduates a grant of up to $ 10,000 upon WC graduation. This …

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NMSU runs on clean energy

Patrick Chavez, director of utilities and plant operations, shows the ice storage tanks at the NMSU’s ice water plant, where ice is made at night and then melted during the day to cool campus buildings . (Courtesy of NMSU) Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal BY KEVIN ROBINSON-AVILANewspaper editor LAS CRUCES …

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Chicago Film Festival returns to GSU | Culture & Leisure

Tickets for the fourth Chicago Southland International Film Festival (CSIFF) presented by Governors State University are now available. This year’s festival provides expanded access to Chicagoland, remote / rural and international viewers through a hybrid on-site and virtual delivery model. Virtual streaming will be offered via the Eventive platform from …

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APS bond / factory levy plan totals $ 630 million

In-person postal voting for the Nov. 2 local election is underway at the Bernalillo County Clerk’s Schedule, as voters cast their ballot on Tuesday. The annex, 1500 Lomas NW, will continue to offer in-person postal voting from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday until October 15. Generalized advance …

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Four Faculty Members Named MAC Academic Leadership Development Program Fellows | UMM News

Contact: Erin FlynnOctober 5, 2021 KALAMAZOO, Michigan — Four outstanding faculty members have been selected to represent Western Michigan University in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) Academic Leadership Program (ALDP). Drs. Eric archer, Carla Adkison Johnson, Jennifer harrison and Matthew Mingus are the University’s 2021-22 ALDP scholars. “I’m really excited to …

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Annual Education Celebration | Literacy and Learning Center

Written by: Luc Osteen | Problem: 2021/10 – October The Literacy & Learning Center’s annual celebration of free educational programs, scheduled for October 17 at the Wildcat Cliffs Country Club, will feature international bestselling author Patti Callahan Henry. 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 Patti Callahan Henry The centerpiece of the Literacy & Learning Center’s …

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Silencer Central announces new website

Silencer Central launched a new website and a new logo. The redesigned site further streamlines the shopping experience and provides more versatile tools for suppressor training and improved customer service. “As Silencer Central continues to grow, its tools must also grow and evolve,” said Brandon Maddox, CEO of Silencer Central. …

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Community calendar | News, Sports, Jobs

TUE / 9-28 Calcutta Lions Club, 6:30 p.m., Peter Metrovich Community Center; information at 330-385-5560 Canton Multi-County Juvenile Attention System Board of Directors, 12:45 pm Administrative Library; Joint Council of County Commissioners immediately after or at 1:30 p.m. Executive Committee, 11:30 am, board room; Program review committee, 12:30 p.m., small …

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Governor Ricketts Hosts School Choice Advocate Corey DeAngelis on “The Nebraska Way” Podcast

Media contacts: Taylor Gage, 402-471-1970 Justin Pinkerman, 402-471-1967 Press release : Governor Ricketts Hosts School Choice Advocate Corey DeAngelis on “The Nebraska Way” Podcast Listen to episode twenty-seven of “The Nebraska Way” podcast by clicking here. LINCOLN – Today Governor Ricketts released the 27e episode of “The Nebraska Way” with …

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And now? | News, Sports, Jobs

For the publisher: At least fifty-five people took the time out of their evening to attend the school board meeting on September 23, and several were planning to address the board. The room chosen for the meeting had a capacity of 49 if used as a classroom, although there were …

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DepEd Launches Online Journal | Manila weather

The Ministry of Education launched the online journal ‘K-to-12 Issues and Trends Explored’ (KITE) to enable teachers and other education stakeholders to share and learn new ideas and curriculum development and policy practices. The KITE features peer-reviewed academic papers, technical reports and nationally conducted research projects related to curriculum and …

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Yurok Tribe Gets $ 30 Million Education Grant

The Yurok Tribe received a $ 30 million grant from Promise Neighborhoods of the United States Department of Education to create a five-year regional effort for a “School-Career Path Project” that will establish curricula and support services for students in Del Norte County. “Yurok’s Department of Education is excited about …

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National Loon Center Gets Floating Class Grant

The giveaway was celebrated at an open house at The Nest in Crosslake Town Square on August 20. An additional grant of $ 4,000 from the Land & Waters Preservation Trust enables the National Loon Center to purchase water testing equipment, sample kits, and safety and mooring equipment for the …

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Changes: New Holland Brewing receives Masters Medal

New Holland Brewing, one of the top 50 craft breweries, recently received a Masters Medal from The Spirits Business in the American Whiskey Masters Competition for its Beer Barrel Bourbon, which is aged in new American oak barrels before finishing in the brewery’s Dragon’s Milk barrels. Dragon’s Milk casks offer …

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Monticello Hall of Fame Recipients Announced |

MONTICELLO – The 2020 and 2021 Monticello Hall of Fame recipients have been announced. The 2020 recipients are Marian Perkins Fox and Robert “Bob” Montgomery. The recipients for 2021 are Mike Koon and Eric Stiverson. Here’s a little more about each Hall of Fame inductee. Marian Perkins Fox Marian Perkins …

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Superior yesterday | News, Sports, Jobs

EDITOR’S NOTE: Superiorland Yesterdays is prepared by the reference staff at the Peter White Public Library in Marquette. 30 years ago ISHPEMING – The Ishpeming High School cheerleaders placed first at a regional cheerleading camp held on August 2 at Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. And the junior varsity team …

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Frank DeMaio Obituary (2021) – Vineland, NJ

Dr Frank DeMaio Jr. Vineland – Being a volunteer is not enough. We have to do. – Leonardo da Vinci Frank J. DeMaio, Jr. passed away on Wednesday August 25 at Inspira Hospital, Vineland, NJ after receiving the best modern multidisciplinary and compassionate medical care. He was 90 years old. …

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Governor Pritzker signs dozens of bills | Illinois

Editor’s Note: This is part of the Daily Journal’s ongoing series after the 102nd General Assembly. This year’s session resulted in more than 660 bills being sent to Governor JB Pritzker for signature or veto, either directly or through inaction. Governor JB Pritzker recently signed the following Bills of the …

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Leadership Lackawanna Celebrates 2021 Core Class Graduates

Leadership Lackawanna, a local non-profit organization dedicated to community leadership and professional development, recently celebrated the 29 people who graduated from the Foundation program at its Celebration of Leadership event held on Wednesday June 16 at the Country Club in Scranton. The event honored Leadership Lackawanna’s 38-year history of visionary …

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Chippewa Middle School Welcomes New Principal

Through Karie Angell Luc | at July 21, 2021 New Director Juliana Vissering has been Deputy Director at Chippewa for four years. Juliana Vissering has been appointed principal of Chippewa Middle School in Des Plaines on Monday (July 19) Dist. 62 Meeting of the Education Council. Vissering replaces Kermit Blakely …

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What to know for the next JCPS board meeting

JCPS Superintendent Dr. Marty Pollio on Critical Teaching of Racial Theory Pollio is concerned that this bill will hamper JCPS ‘efforts to better serve students who identify with Breonna Taylor. Louisville Mail Journal LOUISVILLE, Ky. – As debates over masks and “critical race theory” multiply and frequently merge, Kentucky’s next …

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New Waverly Superintendent Has 100 Day Action Plan

The Waverly School District is under new management after former Superintendent Dustin Day resigned to a new position. Andrea Guerrero enters the role after spending the last two years as a social studies professor at Washington Middle School in Springfield, although she has over a decade of experience in administrative …

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Main CSR projects for tribal well-being

Main CSR projects for tribal well-being – the CSR Journal India has the largest population of adivasis in the world, but corporate and government involvement in tribal welfare is rare With a population of over 10.2 crore, India has the largest tribal population in the world, but has relatively few …

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FBI abuse columnist Athan Theoharis dies at 84

Professor Theoharis became a consultant to the committee, which in 1975 and 1976 investigated the legality of intelligence operations by the FBI, CIA, and National Security Agency. He searched the archives of several presidential libraries, including those of Truman, Eisenhower and Lyndon B. Johnson, on classified documents that the FBI …

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The progressive dilemma

“Why do we hurt the people we love? “ This is an old question one could ask of today’s progressive movement. Progressives are committed to helping women and children, racial minorities, the poor and those at risk. Yet in many cases the policies that many progressives fight for are fundamentally …

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