Educational Journal

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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