Educational Journal

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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