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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 […]

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I will fight to overturn the US ban on my ‘Queer Bible’, says British author | Censorship

A British writer, presenter and former model says he is shocked to find himself at the center of an unprecedented wave of book bans in the United States. A Mississippi mayor has told the Madison County Library to remove LGBTQ+ books from its shelves or lose funding. One of the books cited as an example […]

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Conservative book bans are part of the GOP’s fascist turn | Opinions

Over the past few years, conservatives have waged an insidious and dishonest campaign to whitewash the racism and oppression of American history and to censor material that would examine the most sordid parts of America’s past and present. Almost from its first publication in 2019, conservatives attacked the 1619 Project – the Pulitzer Prize-winning historical […]

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Iowa lawmakers consider Bible class in public schools

Class would be optional, up to school districts Holy Bible with open pages DES MOINES — A bill is moving through the Iowa House that would require the state Board of Education to adopt standards for a public high school course on the Bible. The measure, advanced Wednesday by two House Repulicans, would give schools […]

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Victor Baez Obituary (1941 – 2022) – Parker, CO

Victor A. Baez obituaryVictor A. Baez, 81, of Ft. Collins, CO passed away peacefully on February 4, 2022, with his family by his side.Husband of Bruni, father of Natasha (and the late Brent Huppert), MariCarmen (Freddy) Vilanova, Uti de Federico, Seabstian, Juan Carlos, Nicolas and Cristian. He is also survived by many other relatives and […]

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My turn, Pam Everhardt Bloom: Let’s stop and think – Salisbury Post

By Pam Everhardt Bloom RThis recent news about what makes people “uncomfortable” and how they react gets me thinking about how some of these views on raising our children might possibly be reflected here in Rowan County. It is encouraging to see that members of school boards, school systems, and private residences have successfully and […]

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COLUMN: Appeal to state education department, politicians | Opinion

On January 28, I attended a Mississippi Department of Education hearing. It was planned by them, and it was their proposed changes to the state social studies curriculum for grades K-12. What the future of our state and our country would be taught about our nation, its beginnings and its history – what America is, […]

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The engineering and computer science school celebrates its 27th anniversary

Baylor’s School of Engineering and Computer Science celebrates its 27th anniversary. Photo courtesy of Baylor University By Audrey Patterson | Journalist Baylor’s School of Engineering and Computer Science is celebrating its 27th year as a school. According to the School of Engineering and Computer Science Timeline, the school has seen cyber missionaries, a professor featured […]

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Seton’s new president, Dr. Lisa Grillo, says she ‘learned to be a leader’ as a student – Catholic Standard

Dr. Lisa Grillo, a 1989 graduate of Elizabeth Seton High School in Bladensburg, Maryland, returned to her alma mater to serve as president of the Girls of Charity-sponsored school for girls. “It’s just a joy to be back at my alma mater, a school that I believe in,” Grillo said. “We have been nurturing young […]

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Oklahoma Christian University and BloomBoard Announce Access to K-12 Computer Science Masters Degree

EDMOND, OKLA. – Oklahoma Christian University (OC) and BloomBoard announced the availability of their first two fully accredited master’s degrees, Technology & Computer Science Education (TCS) and Curriculum & Instruction for K-12 educators at the national scale. These innovative programs are supported by BloomBoard’s micro-certificate-based learning approach. Districts across the country strive to provide high-quality […]

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School board candidate takes on LGBTQ books, Critical Race Theory

With the Tulsa Public School Board District 7 headquarters open, one candidate hopes to charm voters with his far-right beliefs. Former District Attorney Tim Harris comes forward with a platform filled with hateful rhetoric. Linking Hillary Clinton to Saul Alinsky and anti-capitalist sentiment, Mr Harris appeared disgusted by a book that included same-sex marriage. “These […]

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Horned frogs in the news, January 12-23

January 25, 2022 From China to Walsh Ranch, TCU horned frogs are making headlines. INSTITUTIONAL Seizing an opportunity to make higher education fairerJanuary 18, 2022Academic business magazineCOVID has highlighted the inequalities of higher education, but it has also provided an unmissable opportunity to address the current problem. TOS‘s Rees-Jones Hall features environmental graphics to engage […]

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Local students rock 100 days of school

Of all the exciting milestones in the 180-day academic calendar, perhaps one of the most challenging and fun for young students and teachers is the 100th day; the day that signifies being halfway through the end of the school year. Many elementary schools hold a special dress-up day to commemorate and celebrate achievement, beginning the […]

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Raithel positively influenced the community as a Christian, educator

Mid-Missouri is blessed with women whose dedication to education and volunteer work has created a legacy that continues to resonate throughout the community. Among this distinguished list is the late Erna Raithel, whose contributions to shaping young minds in local schools and within her beloved church serve as the basis for pleasant reflections among those […]

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Director of Youth and Young Adults – Episcopal News Service

Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries St. James Church As Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries, the director will focus on creating a community where our youth and young adults are known, loved, and supported in their growth as disciples of Jesus Christ through the Christian formation, service and community. Send your resume […]

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After Texas Synagogue Attack, We Must Refocus on Roots of Anti-Jewish Violence

The January 15 terrorist attack on Congregation Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas is the latest high-profile case of anti-Semitism in the United States. It is reasonable to draw a line between the 2018 massacre at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh and the deadly Chabad shootings of Poway the following year. From the gruesome […]

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Grant awarded to develop the Nez Percé program | North West

Hipéexnu’, a non-profit organization aimed at developing Nez Percé language and culture among youth, has received several grants, including $150,000 from the NewSchools Racial Equity Venture Fund to help strengthen the group’s program. NewSchools helps organizations or nonprofits that want to start a school that offers more diverse options for students and families. The grant […]

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The National Park Foundation funds powerful and innovative learning opportunities in the second half of the school year

WASHINGTON, Jan. 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As students and teachers return to school after winter break, the National Park Foundation (NPF) is thrilled to announce 92 Open OutDoors for Kids grants to connect children to meaningful learning experiences with parks across the country. Open OutDoors for Kids is a program of the NPF’s Youth Engagement […]

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Live music, health exhibit planned for Northwest Houston

Southern rockers Marshall Tucker Band will perform at 8 p.m. on January 12 at Dosey Doe The Big Barn. Tickets start at $ 128 and include a three-course meal served until 7:30 p.m. Marshall Tucker Band is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a nationwide tour that includes a new stop at Dosey Doe The Big […]

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Gay Adelmann: Two Bills Considered by Ky. House Reject State’s Most Marginalized Students

The truth is not always pleasant to hear. Those in a position to do so may simply refuse to participate in uncomfortable conversations. Others may even go so far as to prohibit the teaching of information they consider “divisive” simply because it makes them or others like them uncomfortable. However, it is a privilege that […]

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Cultural renewal, educational reform and the study of history

By Uditha Devapriya(with Uthpala Wijesuriya) Most of the accounts of educational reform in British Ceylon focus on the officials and administrators, rather than the people on the ground and the historical forces they have had to contend with. Very little, if any, effort is made to place the reforms in a larger historical context. Books […]

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Bonita Springs YMCA looks back on 2021 accomplishments

The YMCA of Bonita Springs continues to enrich lives and bless families with community support. 2021 has been a great year for the YMCA of Bonita Springs with many additions and a lot of growth. Thanks to a donation from the Parkinson’s Foundation, the Y announced the relaunch of the Rock Steady Boxing program. The […]

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Letters to the Editor – January 5, 2022 | Pikes Peak Courier

Thoughts for the New Year 2022 For two years humanity has lived in fear, complacency and challenge from an invisible force that has plagued our existence. This New Year’s Eve, may each Soul stop for a few moments and gather its strength; open their hearts and use their wills to send feelings and thoughts of […]

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SCALZO, Marie

SCALZO, Mary Jo At the age of 71, of Springboro, passed away at Sycamore Hospital on Saturday, December 25, 2021. Mary Jo was born on December 3, 1950 in Wheeling, WV, to the late Edward J. and Eleanor (née Gompers) Hannel. She graduated from St. Joseph Central Catholic High School and received her bachelor’s, master’s, […]

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Editorial: Celebrate a court ruling |

A federal judge in the Southern District of Indiana recently ruled that a group of high schools known as the Pendleton Heights Gay-Straight Alliance should have the same guarantees as other school clubs. The alliance, which is a non-program club, should be allowed to promote its meetings and fundraise like other groups, Judge James R. […]

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Lawmaker Introduces Bill Banning LGBTQ + Books, Offers Bounty If Not Removed

OKLAHOMA CITY – A Republican state senator has introduced legislation that gives state parents the power to ban books from Oklahoma schools. The law also provides a way for parents to collect up to $ 10,000 as a bonus for each day a book is not picked up. State Senator Rob Standridge (R-District 15) announced […]

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24 inmates with bachelor’s degrees in pastoral ministry will serve North Carolina prisons as ministers

Twenty-four men wearing black caps and robes walked across the stage at Nash Correctional Gymnasium on December 15 to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in pastoral ministry. They shook hands with Danny Akin, president of College at Southeastern, the undergraduate school of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and posed for a photographer. For these men, […]

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Wife, mother, Christian and author Patty Nun presents the release of her new book “In spite of everything”

MAGNOLIA, TX, December 24, 2021 / 24-7PressRelease / – A pious young woman is immersed in a drama she never expected. Within weeks, she was the victim of adultery, rape and the murder of her husband in order to cover up the perpetrator’s crime. Then, her eldest son, the result of her rape, died at […]

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Bethlehem iconographers praying for Christmas bring strong tourist season

“WHEN you look at an icon, it is a door to heaven.” With this phrase, Muna Bandi Khader, who took over the post of director of the Bethlehem Icon Center just as the COVID-19 pandemic erupted, explained why she decided to move away from the realm of corporate marketing and in the world of art […]

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Support groups | Health | greenevillesun.com

REGENERATION: Every Monday, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., First Christian Church, 1130 Temple St., Greeneville. A 12-step, bible-based recovery program to find freedom, healing, and recovery from any struggle or addiction. Free child care provided. For more information, see fccgreene.org/regen. SUPPORT GROUP AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Third Monday of the month, 1 p.m., Greeneville CHIPS office, […]

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Funeral Set for Kenny Frazier, 83, Waco Guitarist and Influential Teacher | Local news

Frazier was hailed in 1998 as “one of the best jazz guitarists working today” in “Southwestern Jazz: An Oral History of Western Swing” by Jean Boyd. Frazier was imbued with Texan music from a young age, absorbing the sounds of Spade Cooley and Bob Wills on the radio as well as the performers of Waco […]

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In Texas, critical race panic theory spreads to shelves

A school program official went so far as to suggest that teachers seek “opposing” perspectives if students read a book about the Holocaust, according to a recording acquired by NBC News. The commissioner apologized. “We recognize,” he said, “that there are not two sides to the Holocaust. Southlake school counselor Sheri Mills heard herself denounced […]

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Eagle Prep Charter Schools in St. Louis Under Watch for Religious Influence | Education

Open Sky developed charter schools a decade ago to provide “three pillars” of education for families, according to its website. “Eagle Schools offer the excellent academic and character-building pillars. Parents can also choose the third pillar – faith building – through the enveloping care provided by Compass educational programs.” Open Sky still manages the pre-and […]

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Ginnie Graham: From Whole Language to Critical Race Theory, uninformed outrage is tiring | Chroniclers

Ebonics has been criticized by everyone from poet Maya Angelou to New York Times columnists, and the advice has backed down. Today, the dialect is referred to as African American Vernacular English, and a person moving between two varieties of language is known as a code change. Culturally, it is when people change their style […]

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Why Young Saudis Can Reshape the Muslim World

Like the proverbial hand that cradles the cradle, textbooks still have a great influence on a country’s next generation, despite the growing power of social media. And perhaps no country has made such a rapid change in its textbooks in recent years as Saudi Arabia, the center of the Islamic world. The Saudi education ministry’s […]

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One-of-a-kind program at Archdiocesan school transforms children’s vision – Catholic Philly

By Gina Christian • Posted on November 28, 2021 About 16 years ago, Mary’s Immaculate Heart sister Lisa Lettiere was teaching visually impaired students in Delaware – but despite her college education, there were some she just couldn’t reach, especially a teenager. , and she didn’t know why. “I went to his classroom and he […]

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Wellspring University: Advocating for innovation and entrepreneurship in the African education system

Until Africa realizes that innovation and entrepreneurship are the key to the continent’s development, we will continue to remain at the mercy of the Western world. According to 7mindsets.com, todayUniversity students are prepared for jobs that probably don’t exist. It is therefore imperative for us to create autonomous and autonomous learners. A true 21st century […]

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18 of 20 private schools chosen succeed with face-to-face pilot courses on November 22 – Manila Bulletin

A week after some public schools started running face-to-face pilot courses, a limited number of private schools that offer basic education also started face-to-face classes on Monday, November 22. Face-to-face pilot courses at Academica De Meridien Inc., a private school in San Antonio, Zambales (Photo by DepEd) However, only 18 of the 20 private schools […]

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Parents should have the ‘last word’ in public education (survey)

Through Ryan foley, Christian Post reporter | Saturday 20 November 2021 People hold up placards at a rally against “Critical Race Theory” (CRT) taught at Loudoun County Government Center schools in Leesburg, Va. On June 12, 2021. “Are you ready to go?” take over our schools? Republican activist Patti Menders shouted at a rally against […]

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Israel, British lawmakers consider recognizing Armenian genocide

Bills introduced in Israel and the UK could recognize the Armenian genocide that wiped out an estimated 3.75 million Christians in the 19th and 20th centuries, according to reports from the humanitarian organization Barnabas Fund. A bill recognizing the genocide was introduced on November 9 in the Israeli Knesset (parliament). The Barnabas Fund notes that […]

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What many white Americans still don’t understand

Through Michael brown, contributor to the CP editorial | Wednesday, November 17, 2021 Unsplash / Arthur Edelmans Do you think we all have some kind of blind spot? That we are all shaped, for better or for worse, by our own education and our environment? That we sometimes see things through an imperfect lens? And […]

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Before the Holidays, Christian Charities is planning around Sup …… | News and reports

Wheeler Mission in Indianapolis typically produces tens of thousands of Thanksgiving meals for the hungry. Their motto: “Fill the plates with food and live in the hope of Christ. This year, they might run out of the first before everyone is served. Sam Brown, a chef with Christian Social Services and the Homeless Ministry, said […]

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Campbellsville Board of Trustees Appoints Dean of Samford as 12th President of University

Staff, students and more meet with President-elect Tuesday CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. (CU Public Affairs) – Dr. Joseph “Joe” Hopkins, dean of the School of Arts at Samford University, has been elected the 12th 115-year president of the University of Campbellsville effective February 1 2022. The University of Campbellsville Board of Trustees voted Monday afternoon to elect […]

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Local church donates school supplies and safety to Sainte-Croix students

The District of Sainte-Croix received a donation of 250 backpacks filled with school and safety supplies, courtesy of the Holy Cross Christian Church, as part of the church’s efforts to continue its service to children, a announced the VI Dept. of Education. According to the statement, district program and education director Pedro Parrilla accepted the […]

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Follow live updates after the global pledge to end the use of coal

12:17 pm: “Our leaders do not rule,” Thunberg told the Glasgow march “Our leaders don’t lead, that’s what leadership looks like,” Thunberg told crowds in Glasgow. Addressing her comments to the media, she said: “Time and time again, the media does not hold the people in power to account. 12:11 p.m .: Greta Thunberg says […]

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Missionary for lifelong formation – Episcopal Information Service

Job overview: The Missionary for Lifelong Formation is a member of the diocesan team under the direction of the bishop. The missionary will be a resource in support of the Diocese of Oregon’s commitment to live in the teaching of Jesus to become the beloved community. The Missionary develops and organizes diocesan resources for Christian […]

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Rejoice Christian School opens a new STEAMM laboratory

Celebration of the Christian school of Owasso, official opening of the OK STEAMM laboratory Rejoice Christian school in Owasso, OK, students of the STEAMM laboratory Rejoice Christian school in Owasso, OK, students of the STEAMM laboratory Rejoice Christian School in Owasso, OK Partners with Creative Learning Systems to Offer New STEAMM Lab LONGMONT, COLORADO, USA, […]

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School board elections are hotly contested, parents get more involved

COLORADO SPRINGS – School board elections are gaining more and more attention across the country. Typically, races are low-key and inexpensive, but burning issues such as presidential elections, mask-wearing, and critical race theory attract more interest. “I started to see it with the websites that the candidates created for themselves. Big, bold print at the […]

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Christian Bale’s Wild Wheelbarrow Ride plus more fun celebrity photos for October 2021 | Gallery

By Mark Gray 8:17 a.m. PDT, October 24, 2021 Regina King could bi … but she’s clearly straight. Don’t let Machine Gun Kelly tell you he’s not a fan of the big pharmaceutical companies. Is it just us, or do Billie Eilish’s dating seem disconnected? Chase Rice is a longtime supporter of the Second Amendment, […]

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Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union awards grants to 5 small businesses

The Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union has announced the winners of the fourth annual Idea Leap Grant Contest. At the outdoor pitch competition on the lawn of the Bessie Smith Cultural Center, the finalists were given up to five minutes to explain why they deserved the grant. A short question-and-answer session with the judges followed […]

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Woodland Park RE-2 School Board Races Have Two Opposing Groups of Candidates | Pikes Peak Courier

A contentious race with competing candidate lists developed for four open seats on the five-member school board of Woodland Park School District RE-2. Among the nine choices on the Nov. 2 ballot are incumbents Amy Wolin and Misty Leafers, both of whom were nominated earlier this year by existing school board members to fill the […]

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Promotions, hires, achievements and company news

Here’s a look at promotions, hires, movers, and business news in the Memphis area: In time for the new school year, Memphis University School appointed many new faculty members and appointed staff to lead students. Jenny byers is the new director of college orientation and student programming. She serves alongside Zach hansen, whose revised title […]