Educational Journal

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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Why students choose to study abroad

students Millions of students study abroad around the world these days. In addition, according to the latest research, around 70% of learners have a strong desire to acquire new knowledge in another country. The opportunity to study abroad seems very attractive to students, and they are always looking for every …

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Reflective Kurelja ready to lead CSIU |

MILTON – While sitting in the Susquehanna Central Intermediate Unit (CSIU) office on his first day as the organization’s executive director, Dr John Kurelja had a bit of haze in his eyes so that he was looking at an old photo of himself. with Kenny Garabadian. Kurelja joined CSIU five …

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Clinton-Massie sues school health center

TOWNSHIP OF ADAMS – Clinton-Massie continues to work on the prospect of having a health center on campus and, more importantly, continues to progress. Clinton-Massie Superintendent Matt Baker reported to the school board this week that the school district has seven parties interested in partnering with Clinton-Massie on what is …

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Camp Panther puts fun into summer learning

by Mary (Galer) Herschelman “It’s so much fun,” said Penny Niemann, kindergarten teacher at Litchfield, inaugural program director at Camp Panther Summer School. Funded by federal dollars earmarked for the fight against COVID, the program was offered to students in Kindergarten to Grade 4 Monday through Thursday from June 1 …

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Sleeping Giant Capital gets $ 21 million

An independent investment firm founded by two professors at Western Michigan University is making great strides in its first year of operation. Doug Lepisto and Derrick McIver – associate professors of management and co-directors of the Center for Principled Leadership and Business Strategy at Haworth College of Business at WMU …

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NM Needs A Better, Stable Way To Fund Public Education ”Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. My entire professional career has been spent teaching linguistically and culturally different students and supporting other educators to provide New Mexico students with the best and fairest education possible. …

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AnniPuf designed to empower children

Equip Color Families with Self-Love Tools AnniPuf is family owned by 9-year-old Annika Mayon, who is a driving force behind the business she owns with her 39-year-old mother, Kitty. Annika is the founder of the company and has put forward her name which ends with Pretty Unicorn Food. There is …

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Teachers fear legislation limiting racial discussions will have a ‘crippling’ effect in the classroom | Local education

The legislation would require teachers to post their curricula online and districts to provide copies of the curriculum under the state’s Open Records Act, and establish a complaints process for parents, staff or groups who oppose the material taught. If the state determines that a district has violated the prohibition …

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State Public Defense Agency Settles Gender Pay Gap Lawsuit ”Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. SANTA FE, NM – Several female attorneys and investigators at the State Public Defender’s law firms are getting raises to resolve a lawsuit that alleged unfair compensation over higher-paid …

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State Fund’s $ 35 Million PED Request Approved »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. Secretary of Education Ryan Stewart Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal The state’s Department of Public Education on Tuesday obtained approval to transfer $ 35 million from a state reserve …

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Indiana Rushes to Spend Virus Relief Aid to New Jobs Program »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. INDIANAPOLIS – Lawmakers in Indiana rushed into the final days of their session to make decisions on spending the state’s $ 3 billion share of the $ 350 billion …

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LVR presents annual awards | Las Vegas Review

Las Vegas Realtors presented its annual awards this month to some of its prominent and long-time members. LVR (formerly known as the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors) presented its awards during an in-person event at the Four Seasons on the Las Vegas Strip on June 3, marking its first …

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Oklahoma Prison Inmates To Begin Receiving Computer Tablets »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. OKLAHOMA CITY – Inmates at an Oklahoma prison began receiving special tablet computers this week, as part of a Department of Corrections plan to provide secure tablets to all …

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Districts in New Mexico have the right to enroll in in-person classes now for Fall 21 ”Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. After more than a year of uncertainty, it’s good that more schools in New Mexico are committing to full-time in-person education this fall. The pandemic has forced students, parents …

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The Tenor High School 3 + 1 model

MILWAUKEE (June 7, 2021) – While most high school students equate four years with traditional high school time, at Tenor High School, students finished in three. But there’s more to the story – students spend their fourth year taking classes at Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC), getting a head start …

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2020-21 Chron15: Leaders – The Chronicle

Duke leaders are the ones who stand up for the college community in good times and bad, inspiring others with a focus on values ​​and progress. The leaders on this year’s Chron15 list are educators, administrators and coaches who used their power for good as they held the community together …

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Mansfield Power Squadron, Service Award and University Honors

Mansfield Power Squadron hosts annual picnic MANSFIELD – The Mansfield Power Squadron recently hosted their annual training and awards picnic. This non-profit organization, which is aligned with the United States Power Squadron, promotes boating safety and education. Jay Wells of Ashland received the Milliken-Brewer Award for Excellence in Teaching Boating …

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What has changed and what is new

The hope is that this summer will be a bridge between a year and a half of pandemic education to a fall for all and a “normal” school year 2021-22. The abrupt shift to distance learning in March 2020, followed by a fall and winter of ‘hybrid’ teaching and debates …

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diversity — unless you’re Asian | City newspaper

The Supreme Court will soon consider whether to take up the long-awaited question Students for fair admissions v. Harvard case, which pits Harvard’s race-conscious admissions process against a group of Asian-American applicants who do not fit Harvard’s idea of ​​”favored minorities.” The central idea behind the case is whether Harvard’s …

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Federal government warns GOP budget for Wisconsin puts $ 1.5 billion in federal education dollars at risk | Local government

“The department will continue to closely examine and monitor whether Wisconsin meets all federal tax requirements,” Rosenblum said. Republicans have said the K-12 spending plan, which was passed 11-4 along party lines, is an effort to account for billions in federal stimulus funds provided to the state during the pandemic. …

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Online Introductory Education Market by Technological Advancement and Demand 2021-2026

The business intelligence report on Online Initiation Education market facilitates businesses and other stakeholders to embark on revenue generation sprees by efficiently tackling the current and upcoming challenges in this vertical. It covers all other significant aspects such as predominant trends, primary growth stimulants, and opportunities that govern the industry …

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Former ERB director sues Lujan Grisham for his salary »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. Jan Goodwin, Former ERB Executive Director SANTA FE – The former executive director of the New Mexico Educators’ Retirement System filed a federal lawsuit Thursday accusing Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and others …

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Floyd’s Death Revealed Racism’s ‘Minnesota Paradox’ Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. MINNEAPOLIS – The death of George Floyd below the knee of a white Minneapolis cop has seriously tarnished Minnesota’s reputation as a progressive race state. Many black residents say it was never …

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13 Brainerd teachers obtain tenure

“It’s always extremely exciting for me,” Superintendent Laine Larson said at the school board meeting on Monday, May 24, before board members approved the term. “Getting a job is truly a great achievement in a teacher’s professional career, and I want to congratulate all of them,” Larson added. “And we …

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Commission meeting 1776 | national

WASHINGTON, May 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – On Monday, May 24, the 1776 Commission met on the Hillsdale College campus in Washington, DC to discuss civic education programs, civic education reform efforts in states, pending federal legislation and executive actions, and future Commission activities. At the end of the …

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Native American Communities Support Biden Jobs Plan »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. As readers of this newspaper know, the pueblos, tribes and nations of New Mexico faced disparities in infrastructure, education and health before the start of the COVID pandemic. The pandemic has shed …

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Many children may need ‘social or psychological support’ after a pandemic – THE Journal

COVID-19 Policy Fallout Many children may need ‘social or psychological support’ after a pandemic COVID restrictions have negatively impacted not only students’ learning progress but also their emotional well-being, according to a report released this month by MUSE Academy, a private New York-based institution that will serve students. preschool students. …

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