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Launch of a new regional leadership development program | New

A new regional leadership development program is being launched under the name Leadership West Kentucky. The goal is to have approximately 30 people in the class with participation from every county represented in the West Kentucky Regional Chamber Alliance (WKRCA). Applications are available online at wkrca.org and are being accepted through December 15 from individuals […]

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What You Don’t Learn in Law School, with Charlotte Christian, the Founder of Charlotte Christian Law

Developing an entrepreneurial spirit, essential as it is in all industries, is not a primary goal in the curriculum of most higher education institutions. College and graduate students receive in-depth training on how to become competent professionals in their respective industries. Nevertheless, students in most fields receive little guidance on how to turn their profession […]

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School System Inducts 6 Eighth Graders As REACH Fellows | Local News

MOULTRIE, Ga. — The Colquitt County School District has inducted six eighth graders into its 2022-2023 class of REACH Scholars. The REACH – Realizing Educational Achievement Can Happen – Georgia Mentorship Program is a need-based scholarship that allows eighth graders to pursue post-secondary education after graduating from high school. “The REACH Georgia Foundation’s mission is […]

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Douglas County Superintendent Honored at Colorado Parent Advocacy Network Launch Event

Douglas County School District superintendent honored at launch event for new organization, Colorado Parent Advocacy Network, which opposes diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in schools . The group promotes parental rights and school choice. At the Nov. 13 event at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, the group presented awards to a number of people for […]

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Key Lessons from the Texas Midterm Elections | Texas

AUSTIN — A lot has happened in recent days as votes were counted in hundreds of races across Texas. Here are some takeaways. The statewide races were quickly announced Tuesday night, but Texas is still awaiting the final tally of the state’s two legislative seats as election week draws to a close. As of 4 […]

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Local voters exercised their right to the polls on Tuesday | New

ENID, Okla. – During his lunch break on Tuesday afternoon, Charles Francisco took the time to vote in the general election. Francisco was one of more than 750 voters for Central Christian Church and said the vote was important for the future of Oklahoma and the United States. Education was one of the topics that […]

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ACL Welcomes Dutton’s Pledge to ‘Combat Radical Gender Theory’ | OUTInPerth

Australia’s Christian lobby has welcomed Liber leader Peter Dutton’s promise to reform Australia’s education system and remove ‘radical gender theory’ from schools. The Leader of the Opposition made the comment during his budget response speech late last month. Speaking about Australia’s education system, the Leader of the Opposition said there was too much ideological content. […]

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Cedarville Physician Assistant Program Gains Provisional Accreditation

Explore‘It was fate.’ Opening of a new carpentry business in Urbana The ARC-PA grants interim accreditation status to qualified programs that meet its professional standards for teaching PA but have not yet enrolled students, according to the university. Status does not ensure any subsequent accreditation status and is limited to a maximum of five years […]

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Key takeaways from this week’s SGA Senate | New

The Student Government Association (SGA) Senate Passed JMU Anime Club’s Provident Fund Request, Denied InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s Provident Fund Request, and Passed American Sign Language Bill (ASL) to be included in the JMU program at Tuesday’s meeting. The Senate votes provident fund The Senate voted to deny InterVarsity Christian Fellowship — an on-campus Christian organization […]

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Lake Travis School District Gets High Marks for Fiscal Responsibility

The Lake Travis School District received a financial score of 98 out of 100 for the state’s second straight year. A Texas School Financial Integrity Rating System, or FIRST, is a financial responsibility rating developed by the Texas Education Agency to hold schools accountable for the quality of their financial management and help them improve. […]

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Examining Family Life Education Lessons Through a Catholic Lens

Every year, John Murray, a parishioner at St. Mary of Sorrows Church in Fairfax, reads every Family Life Education (FLE) lesson taught to Fairfax County Public School students. Then he rates each lesson on a red, yellow, or green scale depending on whether the information is useful and accurate, or promotes a view of sexuality […]

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Irula student sets an example for his community of 40 families by being the first graduate among them

He earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in social work at Madras Christian College. He earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in social work at Madras Christian College. When P. Ponnusamy qualifies for the Union Public Service Commissions (UPSC) exams next […]

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Ky. Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Tax Credit Scholarship Case – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

The Kentucky Supreme Court heard arguments Wednesday in a case that will decide whether a tax credit program supporting private schools is constitutional. The initiative, called the Education Opportunity Accounts program, allows donors to contribute to a scholarship fund instead of paying state taxes. The initiative’s tight passage through the state legislature last year was […]

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new UNF program to help Florida teacher shortage

The University of North Florida (UNF) is launching a new “Veteran to Teacher” program. He was inspired by Governor Ron DeSantis’ initiative to hire more veterans to fill the teacher shortage. “They have a life experience that really can’t be matched,” said John Miller. He teaches PA history at Nease High School in St. Johns […]

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Lawmakers say fear of rejection fueled Hillsdale pullout – Tennessee Lookout

State lawmakers believe American Classical Education, affiliated with Hillsdale College, was inevitably dismissed when it abruptly withdrew appeals from charter schools last week. Public opinion turned against Michigan’s private Christian college in midsummer when its president was secretly recorded at an event in Franklin saying teachers are being educated in “the dumbest parts of colleges.” […]

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Texas A&M Announces 2022-23 Fulbright Awards

Six faculty members at Texas A&M University have received Fulbright US Scholar Program awards for the 2022-223 academic year from the US Department of State and the Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. Christian Brannstrom, Daniel Conway, Eduardo Espina, Martin Regan, Mikko Tuhkanen and Karl Woodmansey are among more than 800 U.S. citizens who will conduct research […]

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Rotary trio in Mississippi witness poverty in Kenya

COLUMBUS, Miss. (AP) – In a small village about an hour’s drive from Nairobi, Kenya, a mother pretends to start dinner preparations and prays for her children to fall asleep early before noticing that they haven’t nothing to eat. This is the scene Lucy Walker recently set for the Columbus Rotary Club in Lion Hills […]

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Attacks on Jews Could Come to Your House of Worship

The war on religion has reached my front door. My Hasidic Jewish community in Brooklyn is facing an unprecedented level of hostility. Hate crimes abound. Hasidic Jews have been shot, punched, kicked, violently shoved or nearly crushed. During Covid, politicians banned our community from gathering to pray, celebrate and mourn – even masked and distanced […]

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Wyoming Rescue Mission Files Complaint | Regional News

CASPER — The Wyoming Rescue Mission is suing federal and state equal employment agencies after being threatened with penalties for refusing to hire a non-Christian employee. The Rescue Mission operates a homeless shelter, meal service, recovery program and two thrift stores in the Casper area. In a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday, the organization alleges that […]

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The Dangers of Christian Nationalism

Image: Pexel “Can you imagine what a difference it would make if Christians ran for all positions at all levels of our country – city council, school board, mayor? We need to get involved and take a stand for biblical values ​​and morals before it’s too late. If you agree, share this. –Franklin Graham This […]

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Jack Cottrell and God’s Plan A+

By Michael C. Mack Friday night, after a long battle with cancer, jack cotrell, 84, rose from earth to heaven. Dr. Cottrell was Professor of Theology at Cincinnati Christian University for 48 years, from September 1967 to December 2015. He earned a BA and ThB from Cincinnati Christian University, a BA in Philosophy from the […]

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Arlington prepares to celebrate on Saturday

UPDATE September 16: Town Day’s return – the 44th – includes fireworks on the evening of Saturday, September 17, the city reports. See the calendar of events >> See the Town Day brochure >> See a list of more stalls on Mass. Ave. between Jason and Pleasant as well as Whittemore Park >> The event […]

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Obituary of Alexandra Gayle Roberts – The Providence Journal

55, of Hillsborough, North Carolina, passed away peacefully on the morning of August 18, 2022, with her husband by her side. She was born in Würzburg, Germany to Dr. Norman and Helen Rudolph on April 30, 1967; at that time, his father was a military doctor stationed at the US Army Hospital. In 1969 the […]

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Report Ranks Georgia 14th Nationally for Academic Freedom | Georgia

(The Center Square) – Georgia is ranked 14th in the nation for educational freedom, according to a new index of the Heritage Foundation. The Peach State ranked in the middle of its neighboring states. Georgia outperformed Alabama (No. 16), North Carolina (15) and South Carolina (23), but trailed Florida (1) and Tennessee (10). “The Heritage […]

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Beijing harasses Chinese church seeking safety overseas

BANGKOK—Days after flying to Thailand to seek asylum, members of a Chinese church crowded into a restaurant to share their stories with reporters. But when they looked over their shoulders, they spotted strangers filming them with cellphones. Within seconds, they dispersed, fearing that Chinese state security might once again come looking for them. “Political pressure […]

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If the Marriage Bill passes, who is really in danger? | Opinion

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content offer viewpoints on issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. In the September 8 Open Mic Letter “Marriage Bill Undermines Religious Liberty,” the author states that the passage of the Respect for Marriage Act (RFMA) “will almost inevitably lead […]

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Woodlands Christian Seniors gather at Warrior Stadium to watch the sunrise

THE WOODLANDS, TX – Woodlands Christian Academy hosted a special opportunity for the Class of 2023 to fellowship with one another and usher in their senior year of high school during Senior Sunrise. Held on the morning of August 19, 2022, Senior Sunrise is a popular tradition that culminates with the group admiring the beauty […]

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Thompson: Reach out to board members to make sure you have a choice | Letters

Proponents of the Wyoming Classical Academy insist that their proposed charter schools are necessary due to poor history/civics education. They promise to create citizens who have learned to think by memorizing facts about great Americans. Yet, rather than engage in public processes to improve programs or open charters, they maneuvered to pass a law making […]

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VUU’s offensive line is ready to roll | Richmond Free Press

The most essential football players might just be the ones fans rarely talk about and barely notice. Also, their names are almost never announced on the PA system. Yet no team moves near the end zone without them. Assessing Virginia Union University’s upcoming season, the offensive line — aka “The Movin’ Van” — may hold […]

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Catholics in Saint-Charles stronger than before Hurricane Ida – L’Observateur

St. Charles Catholics stronger than before Hurricane Ida Posted at 04:49 on Wednesday August 31st 2022 LAPLACE – This past year has been life changing for many members of the Comet family, with many students and faculty members experiencing significant damage to their homes. The community was called upon to take care of each other […]

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The Emmaus retreat helps future communicants understand the Real Presence

by Moira [email protected] WILLIAMSBURG – It only happens once. First Communion is a special time for young Catholics — and the Prairie Star Ranch in Williamsburg doesn’t want the excitement surrounding the sacrament to fade easily. Last April, the ranch launched its first Emmaus Eucharistic Wonder Retreat to help young Catholics understand the presence of […]

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St. Edmond welcomes students back | News, Sports, Jobs

– Messenger photo by Kelby Wingert Chaplain Reverend Ross Caniglia greets elementary students at St. Edmond Catholic School on Tuesday morning for the start of the school year. St. Edmond’s Catholic School welcomed its students to a new school year Tuesday morning with a pair of flag-raising ceremonies led by Air National Guardsmen with the […]

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Plattsburgh UMC to Offer Adult Education Classes in the Fall | News, Sports, Jobs

PLATTSBURGH — The United Methodist Church of Plattsburgh will offer adult education this fall focusing on progressive Christianity and progressive theology. “I really feel there is a reformation going on in Christianity, and we are at the beginning of it,” said Reverend Phil Richards, senior pastor of Plattsburgh United Methodist Church, Saranac United […]

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The Seven Deadly Sins and Right-Wing Politics

When I started studying Catholic theology many years ago, the seven deadly sins were of particular interest to me. Saint Jerome, Tertullian, Saint Basil the Great, Saint Cyprian of Carthage and even Martin Luther all say that some sins are worse than others. 1 John c. 5:16-17, John 19:11-12, Hebrews 10:26-29, 2 Peter 2:20-22 do […]

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A Texas school district removes and revises dozens of disputed books, including the Bible and an adaptation of Anne Frank

By Andy Rose and Elizabeth Wolfe, CNN Officials at a school district near Fort Worth, Texas, have ordered school staff and librarians to temporarily remove books that have been challenged through the district’s official complaint process over the past school year, including the Bible and an illustrated adaptation of Anne Frank’s diary. The Keller Independent […]

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Let Me Run Appoints Charlotte Area Director | Sudclthebdomadary

CHARLOTTE — Let Me Run, a nonprofit running and character-building program for boys, welcomes Jesse Smith as the new regional director for Greater Charlotte. Smith will lead the program’s largest and oldest region, with more than 60 active sites and hundreds of annual participants and volunteer coaches. “We expect Jesse’s experience and leadership in the […]

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Homeschoolers are not at home | Local News

WILLISTON — As students return to school this week, not all will be in a classroom. According to the Florida Department of Education, there were 152,109 homeschooled students in the state for the 2021-22 school year and a 69% increase over the past five years. The numbers are rising every year across the country, especially […]

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5 companies coming soon to Round Rock

From a popular pizzeria to new school campuses, several businesses will be coming to Round Rock starting in August. COMING SOON Central day school, a new Mother’s Day program affiliated with Central Baptist Church, located at 301 Lake Creek Drive, Round Rock, is registering now. The fall program begins September 6 and will offer a […]

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Watch Roger Waters’ heated TV argument over ‘communication’

Roger Waters engaged in a heated discussion on television, challenging a reporter’s stance on global politics and the war – but adding that it had been a “pleasure” debating with him. CNN’s Michael Smerconish appears to have set out to push Waters into controversial territory, although the musician is well known for happily going there […]

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Primary elections next Tuesday |

Wisconsin voters will head to their local polling places next Tuesday, August 9 to cast their ballots in the primary elections in a wide range of state and countywide races. In Wisconsin’s primary system, voters will have to remain within the same party when voting on their ballot; in other words, either only for Republican […]

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Florida Non-Civic Illiteracy Program

DeSantis bill signing a photo shoot with children and teachers at a Florida charter school. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis calls his Civic Literacy Excellence Initiative a model for the whole nation. This is the right-wing agenda that will be passed on to American children and their teachers if DeSantis or someone like him ever becomes […]

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PC3: An accelerated course at the CMSRU for students motivated to practice primary care | rowan today

Christian Bruni and Matthew Nelson have two things in common. Both have a keen interest in providing quality, humanistic, patient-centered primary care, and both are proud alumni of Cooper Medical School, Rowan University (CMSRU). In 2019, Drs. Bruni and Nelson earned their medical degrees (MD) as members of the inaugural cohort of CMSRU’s accelerated three-year […]

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Christian Nationalism – LA Progressive

In August 2002, almost exactly twenty years ago, I came across an AOL forum where people were discussing Roy Moore rock. Are you old enough to remember? The large marble Ten Commandments monument that disgraced Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has refused to remove it from the rotunda of the Alabama Court Building […]

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Walton named director of Acton Elementary | New

A former student of Acton Elementary School will now lead this school as principal. Maggie Walton will replace Karla Willmeth, who will take on a new role as Deputy Director of Curriculum, filling the position vacated by Trisha Suitt. Walton has worked in public education for 14 years. Eleven of those years were spent at […]

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Don’t Exclude Divorced Dads From Curriculum Debates

As battles between parents and educators over school curricula continue across much of the United States, divorced fathers — an important group who should have a say — are often left out. Regardless of one’s view of the contribution parents should make to a school’s curriculum, one thing seems certain: if parents are allowed to […]

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Colorado’s top rookies Baye Fall and Assane Diop join new Accelerated Prep roster

Colorado high school basketball stars Baye Fall and Assane Diop will join a new team this fall as two of the nation’s most wanted recruits. The elite pair of Class of 2024 prospects enrolled in Denver-based Accelerated Schools, a non-traditional private program that has been serving individualized program needs since 1974, according to its website. […]

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Columbus Christian Academy finds new location after being forced off church property

COLUMBUS COUNTY, North Carolina (WWAY) – A Columbus County school forced out of its building after a church ended its association with it found new locations to hold classes, ahead of the start of a new school year. Columbus Christian Academy received a letter from the Missionary Alliance church in May saying it had less […]

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Hall joins Tigers as assistant lacrosse coach – Farmville

Seventh-year Hampden-Sydney College lacrosse head coach Jason Rostan (’03) has announced the appointment of Christian Hall as assistant coach. Hall most recently served as an officer in the United States Secret Service in 2021-22, following a year as an assistant coach at SUNY Cortland in 2020-21 which followed two years as a volunteer assistant coach […]

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Providence Reparations Committee Now Recommends School and Library

The Providence Reparations Committee, which is evaluating how to spend $10 million in federal pandemic relief funds, is expanding its list of recommendations. An 11-point investment plan previewed last week and approved on Monday has gone up, with numerous sub-points, such as establishing a new library and reforming the civilian police review board of the […]

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From the Editor: Meet Kari Lake, minus the drama | Opinion

A different Lake Kari came to our office on Tuesday. She was, well… rather boring. What you probably already know about Lake is anything but boring. She thinks Joe Biden is an ‘illegitimate president’, trashed just about every COVID protocol, even asking students to ignore mask mandates; and said Secretary of State Katie Hobbs – […]

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How systemic racism is minimized and dismissed in the classroom ‹ Literary Hub

In late May, the Florida Board of Education issued guidelines banning social studies course materials from mentioning critical race theory. A month prior, similar policies led the Florida school board to ban 54 math textbooks for not “aligning” with state policies on critical race theory. (More than forty of these books were later banned after […]

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A ‘so bright’ future for Shepton Beauchamp Church School

SHEPTON Beauchamp Church School is a traditional village school with generous outdoor gardens for their children aged 4-11. The school serves the communities of Barrington, Seavington and Shepton Beauchamp, located just over 10 minutes’ drive from Ilminster. As a small village school, Shepton Beauchamp works closely with another nearby village school. This allows for sharing […]

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Fetus in HOV lanes, floating abortion clinics among new post-Dobbs battles

Floating abortion clinics. Fetuses as passengers in car pool lanes. Abortion restrictions as a public health emergency. The strange new world of post-deer reproductive rights continue to fight new battles and murky dilemmas. A pregnant Plano, Texas woman argues that she has the right to drive in a freeway lane reserved for vehicles with two […]

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Teachers protest against a conservative group seeking to influence education

“Let the teachers teach,” protesters chanted along South Padre Island Drive in Flour Bluff on Saturday. About 40 teachers and supporters gathered near the office of a conservative group, County Citizens Defending Freedom of Nueces County, to demonstrate against the group’s efforts to ban LGBTQ-themed books from school libraries, influence curricula and monitor teachers’ social […]

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Jon C. Graham hired as vice-principal at St. Aloysius High School – The Vicksburg Post

Jon C. Graham was hired as the vice principal of St. Aloysius High School at Vicksburg Catholic School. He will take up his duties in this new role, with immediate effect. Graham’s addition to the staff comes after the resignation of former manager Karla McHann, who stepped down last April. Graham will mentor under Dr. […]

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Andrews University educator Donna Habenicht dies

Donna J. Habenicht, Professor Emeritus of Counseling Psychology at Andrews University, died quietly on June 22, 2022, after a lifelong dedication to the program and the education of children. She was 87 years old. Donna was best known for developing the first children’s curriculum in the Adventist Church and as a national and international seminar […]

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Gestational age-specific serum creatinine can predict adverse pregnancy outcomes

In this retrospective study, we identified that the level of SCr could predict the risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes as well as the number of concurrent adverse pregnancy outcomes. Specifically, when using the GA-specific SCr distribution16the predictive power of adverse pregnancy outcomes was more robust based on beta coefficients and their p-values, compared to the […]

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Pennsylvania bill would give parents a say in sexual content in schools

In response to parental outrage over school library books and sexually explicit school curricula, two bills passed this week in the Pennsylvania Senate seek to provide parents with transparency and control over access to these materials. Books such as “Gender Queer: A Memoir” by Maia Kobabe; “It’s Perfectly Normal” by Robie H. Harris; and Alison […]

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SATF Shares Implementation Task Force Expectations • Bible Recorder

The work of a yet to be appointed Anti-Abuse Reform Implementation Task Force (ARITF) will likely take years, with an initial report to be presented at the meeting. 2023 Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) Annual Meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. , next June. Marshal Blalockvice-chairman of the Sexual Abuse Task Force (SATF) which recommended the new […]

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Professor Anthony Towey RIP | ICN

Professor Anthony Towey St Mary’s University, Twickenham today released the following statement: It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing of our colleague Professor Anthony Towey. The thoughts and prayers of the St Mary’s community are with Anthony’s wife, Karen, his daughter Bethany, and his wide circle of family and […]

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Three friends have created a book and a podcast to show boys what it takes to be a real man

3 friends launch a podcast and a book to guide young boys to a meaningful life Both Gerard Droze and Michael Holoman were approached separately while shopping by young men who recognized them.“It happened to me once while I was at Walmart,” Holoman said. “He said, ‘I know you’ and as he came closer he […]

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What You Said – Diocese of Ossory

What was remarkable during the synodal process was the honesty of the contributions. The people who took the floor did so out of real concern for the ecclesial community and a real desire to see us better follow the inspirations of the Lord. It was also noted that faith matters a lot to people and […]

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In SBC meeting, victims confronting leaders point to small signs of big cultural change

ANAHEIM, Calif. — For the first time in 31 years, Tiffany Thigpen came face-to-face with the Southern Baptist leader who irrevocably changed her life. Paige Patterson felt small at the time on Monday afternoon, she said, as she confronted him about her former protege who violently attacked her in 1991. The assault occurred after five […]

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Music Ministry Director – Episcopal News Service

St. John (1917) is located on the north shore of Long Island – less than an hour from New York City….it’s a full timeministry and includes vacation, continuing education, medical, dental and retirement benefits. Housing Options are available….Our style of worship is grounded in the creative traditions of our Anglican/Episcopal heritage. The organ was installed […]

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TASD Names Teacher of the Year and First Classified Employee of the Year

Jessica Bilbo is a Library Media Specialist at Harmony Leadership Academy in Texarkana, Arkansas. She has 14 years of experience, all with TASD. Ms. Bilbo holds a Bachelor of Education and a Master of Education in Media and Information from Southern Arkansas University. While attending, she was a member of the President’s Ambassadors and Alpha […]

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Aging in service to the Lord

[EDITOR’S NOTE: This month’s column is written by Judy Curtis.] While attending a wedding a few years ago, I was chatting with one of my youngest single friends who would be turning twenty-six on her next birthday. During our chat, she commented, “The bride…god, she’s just SO young.” “How old is she?” I asked. “She […]

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Much noise about Methodists as Annapolis City Council debates whether Eastport church qualifies for grant – Capital Gazette

Annapolis City Council members plan to vote Friday on whether to reinstate a $5,000 community grant for Eastport United Methodist Church. Though the money is just a drop in the city’s nearly $175 million budget, slated to pass Friday, the grant has sparked considerable debate. The church and some council members pushed back against city […]

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RH Boyd celebrates 125 years in publishing

RH Boyd Publishing Corporation, which was founded in 1896 by a survivor of slavery and a Civil War veteran, celebrates its 125e anniversary with expanded content and an ongoing mission to serve black communities. Robert Henry Boyd founded the National Baptist Publishing Board to provide black Baptists with religious content, including hymns, church programs, periodicals, […]

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The End of Seminaries as We Known Them

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary recently announced plans to sell most, if not all, of its 102-acre campus in South Hamilton, Massachusetts, in an attempt to survive financially. This would have been unthinkable 15 years ago. I know this because 15 years ago I was its president. A lot can happen during this time. Gordon-Conwell enrollment dropped […]

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Can public funds be used for private school classes? The Alaska Department of Education isn’t sure.

Whether public school funds can go to private education is currently under review by the Alaska Department of Law. Specifically, this question: Can families enrolled in a publicly funded correspondence program use their stipend to pay for tuition at a private school? A state law paves the way for this, there are families in Alaska […]

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Churches are captive to the culture wars

Something sinister is happening in American churches. A “seismic shift” is underway within evangelicalism, according to a researcher quoted in a New York Times story of a conservative pastor who left the increasingly conspiratorial church in his hometown of Arkansas. Reporting from his own hometown in Michigan, evangelical writer (and pastor’s son) Tim Alberta recounts […]

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Committees hear testimony on expanding Sacred Ground, strengthening care for people living with mental illness and more – Episcopal News Service

[Episcopal News Service] General Convention Committees on Christian Formation and Discipleship received testimonies on the Episcopal Church’s strengthened welcome for transgender and non-binary people, as well as people with mental illness and their loved ones; expand the Sacred Ground program; integrating advocacy for social justice into catechesis; and, creating a digital hub for training resources […]

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Educators Debate Usefulness of Classic Literature in the Classroom: ‘Teacher Abandonment’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Teachers at Kamiak High School in Mukilteo, Wash., voted in February to remove “To Kill a Mockingbird” from required reading material for ninth graders, while allowing teachers to teach the novel if they choose. Harper Lee’s classic novel is one of readers’ picks for the best book […]

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Majoring in Biochemistry Leads to Meaningful Career Paths: Indiana University Kokomo

KOKOMO, Indiana— Could you be the person to develop the next life-saving vaccine? This is just one of the possibilities with a biochemistry degree from Indiana University Kokomo. In addition to health fields, it will prepare you for many opportunities, including higher education or careers in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industries. It’s not just about […]

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Country Matters: Unpredictable May brings flowers amid its rainy chill

Winifred Letts’ poetry was on the primary school curriculum and is therefore remembered by generations of young people. “A balmy day…and the wet grass smells good/Crushed by my two bare feet/As the rain drips, drips, drips from the eaves.” And: “The spider’s web / Is a sparkling net / The path in the woods is […]

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Obituaries: Mary Hughes – The Claremont COURIER

Mother, artist, teacher, community activist Wife, mother, artist, teacher and community activist Mary Hughes died March 9 at her home in Claremont. She was 69 years old. Hughes has been a key player in community arts organizations and projects in Claremont/Pomona including the dA Gallery, Claremont Forum, 57 Underground and Claremont Lewis Museum of Art. […]

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Lisa Kimball named vice president of VTS – Episcopal News Service

Lisa Kimball named Vice President of VTS Virginia Theological Seminary Posted 38 minutes ago Virginia Theological Seminary (VTS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Elisabeth “Lisa” Kimball, Ph.D. to the position of vice president for Lifelong Learning, effective July 1, 2022. “Dr. Kimball is a tremendous asset to the seminary,” said the Most Reverend […]

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If walls could talk | Mount Airy News

January 09, 2022 During the Christmas season, many people become nostalgic, remembering Christmases past, especially happy Christmases spent with family and friends or an unusual Christmas. This is especially true for those of us who are in our later years. Since our energy levels are lower, we spend more time sitting, remembering those happy times […]

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The liberal “big church” is now an interreligious dialogue

Today’s liberal infatuation with legislation and government spending to solve the world’s problems is neither liberal nor conservative. Morrison likes to call his government simply “pragmatic”. Leaving aside the nature of the liberals’ political philosophy, or at least if they still have one, there is the question of the party as a “broad church”, which […]

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Ambleside School in San Angelo closes

SAN ANGELO, TX — Ambleside School in San Angelo is closing, principals told parents in a letter Monday. Ambleside Council was unable to overcome a funding shortfall of $200,000, the letter says. The directors of Ambleside organize fundraisers throughout the year to finance the school. The last hope, according to the letter, was San Angelo […]

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Mt. Pisgah to restart homeschool program

May 7 – After being suspended for two years during the COVID pandemic, Mt. Pisgah Baptist Academy is restarting its Homeschool Extension Program for the 2022-2023 school year. Mt. Pisgah Baptist Academy is a full-time Christian academy that runs grades K-4 through 12 and uses the Accelerated Christian Education curriculum. Mt. Pisgah describes his program […]

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The Learning Village is coming to North Brisbane

Genesis Christian College recently opened The Learning Village, which includes the complete renovation of the 2nd and 3rd year classrooms. The new district is intended to amplify the delivery of a high-quality curriculum in modern specialist facilities. The learning village consists of eight new general learning areas (classrooms), each with its own color scheme. In […]

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Critical Race Theory Curriculum in K-12 Schools is Going ‘Horribly Wrong’, Teachers Say

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Critical race theory has its origins in the family of critical studies and seeks to promote what its adherents see as a pervasive and inescapable racist legacy in the American legal system. The theory was introduced to children in K-12 schools and teaches them that America is […]

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Missoula students from Valley Christian School prepare care packages for troops

MISSOULA — During their Day of Service event, the students of Valley Christian School in Missoula united their hands and hearts to serve those who serve us. “It’s the touch at home knowing someone is thinking of you,” said volunteer Ryan McMillion. McMillion said the stuffing boxes with K-12 students at Valley Christian School aren’t […]

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“Paradise Lost” and fruitful learning in contradiction

Using critical thinking skills to find the truth is a key aspect of DU education. Photo by Emma Powers. I have a lot of disagreements with “Paradise Lost,” despite my pleasure. As a woman, I found him demeaning in his treatment of Eve. As a Catholic, I believe Milton’s beliefs are incorrect. Still, “Lost paradise” […]

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Next Chancellor of St. Pete expected to be selected soon by search committee – The Oracle

The Regional Chancellor Search Committee met to narrow down candidates for the position of Regional Chancellor for the St. Pete Campus on April 25. SPECIAL FOR ORACLE/MICROSOFT TEAMS The search for St. Pete’s next regional chancellor was condensed from 17 to nine finalists in a meeting conducted between executive search firm SP&A and the campus’ […]

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Bengaluru school asks students to carry Bible daily, right-wing term ‘violation of Articles 25, 30’ order

New Delhi: Amid the ongoing controversy in Karnataka over the introduction of the Bhagavad Gita into the school curriculum, one of the schools in the capital city of Bengaluru has made it compulsory for students to carry the Bible to institute. According to a report, Bangalore Clarence High School has also taken a pledge from […]

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Lee’s Imago Dei Presents at CCCU Texas Conference

Imago Dei representatives from Lee University presented earlier this semester at the three-day Council for Christian Colleges & Universities International Forum 2022 in Dallas, Texas. Imago Dei is a movement started in 2020 by a group of Lee students who are dedicated to starting conversations about social justice issues and recognizing the image of God […]

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Yadkin candidates speak at a forum

School board candidates Barry Cole, Sam Crews, Tim Parks and Tim Weatherman speak at a candidates’ forum hosted by the Yadkin County Chamber of Commerce. Candidates in the upcoming Yadkin County elections for commissioner, board of education and sheriff participated in an information forum hosted by the Yadkin County Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday. House […]

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UofA Expert Writes Comics to Teach Kids Chemistry

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — After seeing inequities in science education throughout her 25-year teaching career, University of Arizona chemistry professor Colleen Kelley is taking a new approach to solve the problem. She writes comics to help children better understand the fundamentals of chemistry and to reframe the field as something accessible to everyone. About half […]

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CRT: School and Comfort Lies – An Old Battle Continues

This is Mike Strong, at Hays, for HPPR. The graphic history book is “March” by John Lewis, in a set of three books, in trilogy form. The inspiration for creating John Lewis’s “March” as a graphic book trilogy was a 1957 comic strip about Martin Luther King. That same year, 1957, the State of Virginia […]

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RPPS Seniors Achieve Milestones in National Merit Scholarship Program

Kirsten Kuper Three high school students from Rio Rancho Public Schools have reached an important milestone in the selection process for the National Merit Scholarship Program: Rebecca Pelowitz and Rebecca Skousen of Rio Rancho High School, and Kristen Kuper of Cleveland High. The National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition in which approximately 1.5 […]

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Hillsdale College plans to open charter schools to fight gender and race lessons

Governor Bill Lee (pictured) said he viewed the expansion of the new charter school as part of an effort to develop what he called an ‘informed patriotism’ among Tennessee students The governor of Tennessee has invited a private conservative college to open 50 charter schools whose anti-revival curriculum will teach students that America is “an […]

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Jefferson County Sheriff, Academy Graduate K9 Lafferty Honors Retired Sheriff’s Legacy | WWTI

WATERTOWN, NY (WWTI) – The Jefferson County law enforcement community welcomes its newest four-legged member. A graduation celebration was held outside the Jefferson County Public Safety Building on April 8. This event honored not only new recruits, but also the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office’s newest K9, named K9 Lafferty. New K9 honors the legacy of […]

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Omnibus bill addresses Missouri teacher recruitment and retention

Missouri’s curriculum additions and teacher recruitment and retention efforts took center stage Tuesday at the Missouri House Committee on Elementary-Secondary Education meeting. Rep. Chuck Basye, R-Rocheport, introduced his bill, HB 1933, which would require the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to provide a “civil rights era” curriculum that addresses the Armenian Genocide, the Holocaust […]

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Professorship in Theology or Ministry – Heritage Christian University

Heritage Christian University in Florence, Alabama invites applications for a Faculty of Theology or Rank Ministry position open July 1, 2022. The successful candidate will demonstrate strong communication skills, a desire to lead academic and spiritual formation of graduate and undergraduate students, and an interest in active participation within the HCU academic community. Applicants must […]

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Alabama’s experience captures the promise and peril of ‘independent’ Catholic schools

NEW YORK — Faced with a perilous financial situation and plummeting enrollment, the historic Heart of Mary Catholic School in the Archdiocese of Mobile, Alabama, looked likely to close at the end of the school year until what the former students convince the archbishop otherwise. The caveat: they were to fund and run the school, […]

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GenEd welcomes 2,022 scholarship teachers

GenEd and AGMI Partners: Roxanne Makasdjian (Executive Director GenEd), Seda Aghamianz (Admin GenEd), Regina Galustyan (Researcher), Harutyun Marutyan (Director AGMI), Sara Cohan (Director of Education GenEd), Edita Gzoyan (Deputy Scientific Director AGMI) SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.—After a rigorous selection process, a group of highly qualified high school educators from 14 U.S. states have been selected for […]

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Vocational training | News, Sports, Jobs

Photos sent Rachel, a student at Highland Adventist School, is an intern at Roy’s RV Supercenter in Elkins. Alexa, a student at Highland Adventist School, laughs with the youngsters while attending an HAS class during her internship. Hunter, a student at Highland Adventist School, works during his […]

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Calendar of Upcoming Community Events – Lake County Record-Bee

LAKEPORT KCA Hosts 15th Annual Lake County Renaissance Fair The Konocti Christian Academy of Lake County is preparing to hold its 15th Annual Lake County Renaissance Faire fundraiser at the Lake County Fairgrounds on May 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event travels back in time to the Renaissance era with costumes, drama, […]

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The new Derby Life.Church store will open at the end of the month | Religion

Life.Church Derby (2801 N. Buckner St.) will welcome people through its doors for the first time this month, just weeks before Easter services. The third Life.Church location in the Wichita area, the first Life.Church Derby services will be held March 27 at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. “We love being part of this community, and […]

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CTE for me: helping the next generation of students

January 09, 2022 During the Christmas season, many people become nostalgic, remembering Christmases past, especially happy Christmases spent with family and friends or an unusual Christmas. This is especially true for those of us who are in our later years. Since our energy levels are lower, we spend more time sitting, remembering those happy times […]

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Chip shots: false, true, a week in the life

Friday, March 11, 2022 7:21 PM Exactly a year ago this weekend, I was discussing how my column from the previous week had gotten the correct starting point for the DST weekend wrong. This year, I got something wrong that I posted last week…again.I read an “IHSAA Executive Meeting Minutes” article on […]

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Links: Yo-Yo Ma honors Ukraine; evangelical and Latino churches; the state of higher education

The great cellist of our time, Yo-Yo Ma, visited the Russian Embassy this week, pulled out his cello and played the hauntingly beautiful Ukrainian national anthem. WUSA9 has a short snippet of the performance, which is hard to hear over the din of traffic on Wisconsin Avenue. I was pleased to see that the section […]

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Randolph College Announces Appointment of 11th President

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) — More than nine months after Randolph College President Bradley W. Bateman announced his intention to retire, the college has released the name of his replacement. According to Randolph College, Sue Ott Rowlands will bring a wealth of experience and background in teaching and administration when she assumes the role of president […]

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Pro-Life Christians Urged to Keep Hope at ERLC Event | Baptist life

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) — Church and pro-life ministry leaders were encouraged at a Southern Baptist-sponsored event Thursday evening (March 3) not to tire at this stage of the near 50 years of legal abortion history in the United States. The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) organized “Stand for Life: Road to Roe50” at the […]

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The fight against the “Maus” is part of a larger cultural battle in Tennessee

ATHENS, Tenn. — After the McMinn County School Board voted in January to drop “Maus,” a graphic novel about the Holocaust, from its eighth-grade curriculum, the community quickly found itself at the center of a national frenzy over book censorship. The book rose to the top of Amazon’s bestseller list. Its author, Art Spiegelman, compared […]

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LaRue Baptist Academy seeks to increase enrollment

By Mary AlfordJOURNALIST The LaRue Baptist Academy is back and looking to increase enrollment. Principal Nathan Housley, who is also a pastor at LaRue Baptist Church, said that for the 2021-22 school year, they only enrolled 15 students, but they hope to increase that number as the school year approaches. next school year. As this […]

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Letter to the Editor: Faith teachers should leave the public school system

This is a call to public school teachers who know Christ and respect the authority of the Bible in faith and practice. It is a call to educators struggling to reconcile the now-compulsory teaching of twisted sexual concepts and critical race theory with their religious beliefs. It is an exhortation for young mind mentors who […]

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House Bill 1134 is not needed | Opinions

For the editor: Indiana State Senators Scott Baldwin and Linda Rogers proposed Indiana House Bill 1134. It will ensure the transparency of the program. The bill is unnecessary for three reasons. First, it is not necessary because there is already transparency of study programs. Anyone can easily access state standards. Second, Scott Baldwin was quoted […]

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Supaman visits Sussex School for a performance on inclusion and humanity | Local News

Supaman, a world-renowned hip-hop artist and Apsáalooke fancy dancer, visited pupils and staff at Sussex School on Thursday for a performance focusing on lessons in inclusion and humanity. Students filled the gymnasium floor but spent very little time sitting. Most were on their feet, dancing and interacting with Supaman’s performance. “When you step out of […]

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Caleb Peacock Named to Wheaton College Dean’s List for Fall 2021 Semester

Wheaton College Wheaton, Ill. – (ENEWSPF) – Wheaton College student Caleb Peacock of University Park, IL, has been named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2021 semester. To earn Dean’s List honors at Wheaton, an undergraduate must complete 12 or more credit hours and achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or higher on […]

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🌱 Port Jefferson Daily: Theater Three auditions for Mamma Mia!

Hello, neighbors! It’s me again, Debora Whitehead, your host from the Port Jefferson Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Quite sunny. High: 33, low: 32. Here are the top 5 stories in Port Jefferson today: Theater Three in Port Jefferson will open auditions for all roles in the ABBA musical Mamma Mia! From March 3 to […]

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I was homeschooled, but I’m just like you – The Bradley Scout

Photo via Jonathan Michel. It’s something I usually wait to tell new friends or acquaintances. Those who know me may not even know it now. “Were you too stupid to be in a regular school? “I bet you didn’t have many friends.” “Your parents have taken you in all your life.” Until I walked into […]

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12 New Jersey Cities Rated by the HRC Municipal Equality Index

Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation Municipal Equality Index map 2021 In its 10th year, the MEI posts a record number of perfect scores The average score for New Jersey cities is 85 points out of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) Municipal Equality Index (MEI). The Garden State is averaging 15 points above the […]