Educational Journal

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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