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Bertrand Davis | Obituaries | West Virginia Times

Bertrand Davis (Bert) December 3, 1923 – March 12, 2022 Bertrand A. “Bert” Davis of Fort Wayne, Indiana, died in his sleep in the early morning hours of Monday, March 14, 2022. He was 98 years old. Bert graduated from high school in 1940 and completed two years of college before enlisting in the army […]

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Food service workers reach tentative agreement with Minneapolis public schools

Minneapolis public school food service workers reached a tentative agreement with the district on Thursday, averting a strike that would have started March 28, the school district said. The settlement comes on the eighth day of a walkout by Minneapolis educators. Four thousand teachers and educational support professionals remain on strike over salaries, class sizes […]

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Maine Voices: Maine Families Need Universal Pre-K

I moved to the Aroostook County community of Près Isle when I was three years old with my mother and sisters. While my mother started a new job and my sisters started in new schools, someone needed to take care of me. We didn’t have any friends or family in the area, so I participated […]

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Memphis State Eight member Marvis Kneeland Jones has died

Marvis LaVerne Kneeland Jones, one of the first black students to attend what is now the University of Memphis, has died. Jones died Sunday at the age of 81. She died of natural causes, according to family members. Jones was born in Chicago on February 1, 1941. She was less than a year old when […]

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Pennsylvania school fundraising lawsuit comes to an end

Responding to Commonwealth Needs In his closing argument, DeCesar pointed out that the education clause in the state constitution calls for an education system that is not only “comprehensive and effective” but “responsive to the needs of the Commonwealth.” “Education is not the Commonwealth’s only need,” he said. “The General Assembly has more duties” – […]

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Educational controversies have their own history

In 1974, I was a freshman law student when my father’s textbooks were “burned and banned” in Charleston, W. Va. No student has ever read a single page. It was part of the beginning of the culture war battle that continues to this day, over whether “American exceptionalism” is what we should be teaching our […]

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‘These Are Our Children:’ Local School Districts Welcome Hundreds of Hartford Students Through Open Choice | Connecticut and area

Alisha Henderson, Hartford resident and U.S. Air Force veteran, is sending her 4-year-old daughter to Enfield’s STEAM Academy preschool through the state’s Open Choice program. “So far it’s been an amazing experience,” Henderson said, adding that “it feels like a partnership” with teachers and staff. Henderson’s daughter, Novella, started at the Stowe Learning Center academy […]

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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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JW Leary Junior High School Student Wins Massena Public Library Grant | Education

MASSENA — The Massena Public Library has benefited from a grant written by a student at JW Leary High School. Reese Faucher wrote the grant application for the Northern New York Community Foundation’s Community Spirit Youth Giving Challenge, which provided $500 to the library. “They got this grant because of this student’s presentation,” Massena Councilman […]

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Pattie James Obituary (2022) – Broomfield, CO

Pattie Ruth Janeway James, died January 2022. She was born in Oklahoma City, OK in December 1925, the daughter of a CH Scout executive and Ruth (Harvey) Janeway. She grew up in both Oklahoma and Texas, spending her high school and college years in Stillwater, OK. Pattie was raised in a Methodist church and in […]

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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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Duke Awards Agricultural Education and Diversity Grants | Local

Special for T&D GREENVILLE – Duke Energy is continuing its long history as a vital participant in South Carolina’s economy by announcing $500,000 in support of the state’s main industry: agribusiness. Grants from the Duke Energy Foundation will help fund education and diversity initiatives statewide. “Agribusiness is South Carolina’s premier industry, and Duke Energy is […]

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State, GCU Partner on Scholarship Program for Foster Children

By Jeremy Duda, Arizona Mirror Foster children who graduate from high school and want to attend Grand Canyon University will be able to do so for free under a new program offered by the school, with the state helping foot the bill . The program covers not only tuition and fees, but also room and […]

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Ross County Christian Academy launches campaign for $13 million expansion project

CHILLICOTHE — Ross County Christian Academy launched its Boundless campaign last month with the goal of raising $13 million for an expansion project. The project is separated into two phases. The first phase will cost approximately $2.5 million and will include 10 new classrooms, space for an additional 140 students, a multipurpose area, additional storage […]

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State, partner of the GCU on the bursary program for children in foster care

Foster children who graduate from high school and want to attend Grand Canyon University will be able to do so for free under a new program offered by the school, with the state helping foot the bill . The program covers not only tuition and fees, but also room and board for foster children who, […]

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State Champion Tennis Duo RC Christian Sign National Letters of Intent | News

Homework is something Ella Hancock will have to get used to next year. The senior, who has come through the last two state tennis tournaments for Rapid City Christian en route to winning back-to-back singles and doubles championships, is set for a whole new experience after pledging to continue her tennis career at the University […]

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Black seminary graduates, more in debt than others, face money and ministry

WASHINGTON (RNS) — Reverend Melech EM Thomas attended two seminaries and graduated from the second, a historically black theological school, in 2016. This academic career placed him on the pulpit of an African Methodist Episcopal Church in North Carolina. But his pursuit of a master’s degree in theology also left him with a debt of […]

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On February 22, the Edmonds School Board prepares to discuss mask-wearing policy and project funding

The Edmonds School District Board of Trustees, at its regular business meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 22, is set to discuss mask-wearing requirements as well as budget approvals for several upcoming projects. Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced Feb. 17 that statewide mask orders will end for most indoor settings on March 21, including K-12 schools and […]

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Lawmakers push to muzzle teachers. Kansans who like straight facts need to back off.

Teachers are the enemy. That’s the message sent by a pair of bills being debated in back-to-back hearings Wednesday in the Kansas Legislature. The proposed laws, which stemmed from GOP-controlled education committees, would stifle the ability of K-12 teachers to teach historical facts and diverse viewpoints, eliminate the affirmative defense of educators, and expand the […]

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Bill to increase special education funding by $93 million for passes Education Committee – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4)– Funding for special education in Colorado could get a major boost. A bill passed unanimously by the Senate Education Committee would increase funding by $93 million. (credit: CBS) Connor Long is among those who testified in support of the bill. He was born with Down Syndrome but never let his disability get in […]

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Families sue West Virginia school district for hosting Christian assembly

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A parent-student group is suing a West Virginia school district for allowing an evangelical preacher to hold a religious revival assembly during the school day earlier this month, at which some students had to attend. The lawsuit, filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in West Virginia on behalf of the families by […]

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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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State Senators, Department of Education Call for More Funding for Summer Schools to Help Students Catch Up – Oregon Capital Chronicle

Schools and summer education programs need an additional $100 million to help students recover from pandemic-related school closures, according to the state Department of Education, education groups education and several state senators. Testifying at a Senate Education Committee meeting on Tuesday, they said Oregon needs more programs to help students recover credits, spend time with […]

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Woodlands Christian Quiz Bowl Team Places Second in SCI://TECH Contest

Way of life Through Melissa Kong | February 16, 2022 THE WOODLANDS, TX – The Woodlands Christian Academy (TWCA) Quiz Bowl team participated in the annual SCI://TECH Expo hosted by Education for Tomorrow Alliance (EfTA) of Montgomery County. The SCI://TECH competition gives students the opportunity to learn beyond the classroom and test their knowledge of […]

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County Briefing | News, Sports, Jobs

Eagles Valentine’s Day Breakfast East Palestine Eagles, 320 E. Taggart St., is hosting a special Valentine’s Day breakfast from 8 a.m. to noon on Sunday. The special is a 6-ounce sirloin steak, two eggs, home fries or hash browns, and toast for $10. The regular breakfast menu will also be available. Columbiana Street […]

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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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Hawkins BOE set to vote on Thursday to sell Keplar and reuse McPheeters Bend | Rogersville

The Hawkins County School Board informally agreed last week to sell Keplar Elementary and reuse McPheeters Bend, but the final decision will be made at Thursday’s regular monthly board meeting. The BOE held a facilities workshop on January 27, during which about an hour of discussion was devoted to the two small rural schools that […]

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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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Deadline for School Funding Applications

The Pine Bluff Community Foundation will be accepting scholarship applications from Feb. 1 through March 15, according to a news release. Pine Bluff and Jefferson County students can go to www.arcf.org/scholarships and apply for available scholarships. The scholarships are administered by the Community Foundation of Arkansas. The Pine Bluff area scholarships are listed in the […]

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Lake Wales Charter School could lose $248,317.41 in funding due to FTE audit

During the Lake Wales Charter School business session and board meeting on November 29, 2021, school solicitor Robin Gibson shared an update from legal counsel. Mr. Gibson advised the Board that a new legal matter had arisen. Each Council member received a memorandum from the law firm of AM Stuckey with offices in Lake Wales. […]

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Across the country: toys for toddlers, coat drive and other quick grabs

Across the Nation is our monthly digest of news stories, links and quotes from Churches of Christ across the United States. Do you have an idea for this column? Email Audrey Jackson at [email protected] Featured image (above): the North Bronx Church of Christ leaders cut the ribbon outside the new church $1.5 million building At […]

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Hernando County Announces Teacher of the Year

Hernando County’s Teacher of the Year is Lt. Cmdr. Christian Cruz, the head of Central High School’s nationally recognized Naval Junior ROTC program, the school district announced Tuesday. Cruz joined the program in 2019 after a 30-year career in the US Navy. “I am a product of the JROTC program,” Cruz said in a district […]

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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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Karleen Beam Gaskins Price (1926 – 2022) Obituaries – Cherryville, NC

Karleen Beam Gaskins Price died Monday, January 17, 2022. Daughter of Marvin Stowe and Bryte Beam Beam, she was born in Lincoln County on July 10, 1926.Karleen is a graduate of North Brook High School, where she served on the yearbook staff, and was a member of the Debate, Cheer, Business, and Library Clubs. She […]

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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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Christian schools receive warning for violation of religious freedom

January. 17. 2022 Settings national 2022-01-17 18:04 Christian schools receive warning for violation of religious freedom By Bahk Eun-jiSeoul education authorities have issued warnings to a number of private Christian and missionary schools in the capital for including worship services and religious events during school hours, in violation of the principle of freedom of religion. […]

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Voters will decide the fate of critical school funding measures

INDEX – In this rural school district sandwiched between mountain peaks, there’s money in the budget for students to play in the band and have a nurse on campus a few hours a week. Funding does not come entirely from the state. For years, the community helped foot the bill through a local tax levy. […]

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William Robinson Obituary (1933 – 2022) – Brooksville, FL

William Levy Robinson, Jr., 88, of Crystal River, FL, died Jan. 1, 2022. Born March 4, 1933, in Webster, Sumter County, FL, and was the first child in a family of ten (10 ) in the union of the late William Levy Robinson and Mary Lee Howard Robinson. WL or Junior as he was affectionately […]

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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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Temporary closure of 2 schools in British Columbia due to staff absences

A public high school in northern British Columbia and an independent school in Surrey are closed due to high teacher and staff absences. The temporary school closures are the first in the province since the start of the Omicron wave. The British Columbia Ministry of Education said there were currently “functional closures” at Hazelton High […]

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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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New York state high school silences gay student and model

[ad_1] By James Finn | SYRACUSE – When 17-year-old Tyler Johnson walked into Tully High School near Syracuse, New York yesterday morning, he felt anxious and unwelcome in the building. He was afraid a conversation he must have had with principal Mike O’Brien, who had just banned him from revealing his homosexuality in a school […]

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John Dalton obituary – Akron Beacon Journal

Together Again John Henry Dalton passed away peacefully at Akron Hospice on December 21, 2021. John was born in Philadelphia, Pa. On May 27, 1926 to his parents, John Ford Dalton and Marie Margaret Sangmeister. John was the oldest of three boys, brothers, Richard and Paul, who both predeceased him. Most of John’s youth was […]

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SCALZO, Marie

[ad_1] 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, […]

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Editorial: Celebrate a court ruling |

[ad_1] 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 […]

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City students face long public transit trips to school

[ad_1] When Roslyn Johnson says goodbye to her fifteen-year-old granddaughter as she leaves for school at 6.30am every morning, she worries about the more than an hour’s journey ahead. “It’s pitch black. So it’s scary and you’re on pins and needles because there’s so much going on today and you can’t take anything for granted, […]

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Mayfield Independent Schools Superintendent Sees Challenges For Years To Come After Devastating Storms – 89.3 WFPL News Louisville

The Mayfield Independent School District plans to welcome students back to class on January 10 – exactly one month after deadly storms swept through western Kentucky and destroyed much of that city. Mayfield Independent is a small neighborhood of about 1,800 students. It has an elementary school, middle school, high school, and vocational school, which […]

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McDowell Aid: Funding Approved for New School | Opinion

[ad_1] After three years of testing, the McDowell County School Board finally secured state funding for a new consolidated elementary school. The school system was told last week that it will receive $ 15 million in funding from the West Virginia State School Building Authority for the project, which will replace elementary schools in Kimball, […]

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Eaker and Martin join Hoover Library Board of Trustees

In November, the Hoover Public Library welcomed two new board members: Mitzi Eaker from Inverness and Lori Martin from Riverchase. Hoover City Council appointed Eaker to fill a seat earlier left vacant by Colleen Eikmeier and Martin to fill a seat earlier left vacant by Ruth Cole. Terms on the library board are normally four […]

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Kindergarten to Grade 12 online registrations soar, fundraising, performance questions

[ad_1] A quintuple of students taking distance education in the past year has resulted in changes in the study and practice of virtual education in Wyoming. Sofia Jeremiah, WyoFile Nine years ago, D’Ron and Jason Campbell made a decision that seemed a bit drastic at the time. They took their daughter Kaitlyn, then in fifth […]

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Pine Bluff Area Church News from December 17th

• THE EIGHTH AVENUE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH, 1200 W. Eighth Ave., will present its annual Women’s Day service at 11 am Sunday. The guest speaker will be Margaret Gatson from Barraque Street Missionary Baptist Church. The community is invited to attend in person, on Facebook Live or via Instagram. • THE BAPTIST MISSIONARY CHURCH OF […]

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Early Learning in Idaho: A Quick Guide

[ad_1] EdNews associate editor Devin Bodkin writes a regular Monday column to highlight a weekly education issue. Contact him with ideas at [email protected] Early learning in Idaho was back in the news last week, for better or for worse. The latest fall reading scores for this year’s first graders – last year’s kindergartens – were […]

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Obituary: Carol Adams Phelps – Lewiston Sun Journal

Carol Adams Phelps LEWISTON – Carol Adams Phelps, 89, passed away on Tuesday, December 7, 2021. Carol was born on January 10, 1932, daughter of Chester and Vivian Flanders Adams in Concord, NH From a young age, Carol’s cousin taught her to play the piano and then arranged for her to take organ lessons. She […]

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Morceaux frères for December 11, 2021 – News

[ad_1] – Correction: The December 4 diary incorrectly identified the author of the study and discussion guide for Tod Bolsinger’s plenary session on “Building Church in Unknown Territory” from the 2021 Annual Conference. The guide was written by Renee Wilson, who has assisted at the Town Hall Moderators events and is a staff member of […]

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Prichard committee approves 22’s legislative program and seeks increased funding at all levels of education

[ad_1] At its quarterly board meeting this week, the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence approved the organization’s 2022 legislative program. The plan focuses on increasing state-wide investments for all levels of education and strengthening education and learning systems to help lay the foundation for public education in the following the COVID-19 pandemic. “In January 2020, […]

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In Texas, critical race panic theory spreads to shelves

[ad_1] 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 […]

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Providence Public Schools Award $ 150,000 in Community Impact Grants

[ad_1] PROVIDENCE, RI (WLNE) – The Providence Public School District has awarded more than $ 150,000 to eight local nonprofits to enrich the school experience for students and families. All funded nonprofits align with Providence’s recovery action plan. The grants are: The YMCA of Greater Providence will launch a Shooting Stars Academic Program for after-school […]

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Education reforms in Nigeria: issues we need to tackle

[ad_1] Hi, If you remember in my last post, I shared my take on our current reality in the education sector in Nigeria. I also spoke about some of the reforms underway in the country – at the federal and state levels. Finally, I reviewed one of Nigeria’s most daring and groundbreaking education reforms to […]

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Class of 2021: after throwing everything he had on his student loans – including his car – Joel Rosback graduates debt-free – VCU News

[ad_1] By Leila Ugincius Joel Rosback is graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business in Supply Chain Management this semester in an enviable position. He has no debt, let alone a full time job awaiting him. “The feeling of being a debt-free graduate is incredible,” said Rosback. “I know I can go out in […]

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State Rep. proposes a bill to give more funding to those responsible for school resources | New

[ad_1] Two days after the Oxford High School tragedy in which four students were killed and seven injured by an active gunman, Michigan House approved a broad plan to support law enforcement and staff public security. The legislation provides more than $ 360 million to help first responders with their recruitment efforts, community outreach and […]

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Whitmer seeks $ 300 million to support COVID-19 testing in Michigan schools – CBS Detroit

[ad_1] LANSING, Michigan (AP) – On Tuesday, November 30, Gov. Whitmer’s administration said it wanted lawmakers to quickly allocate $ 300 million in federal pandemic rescue funding to support COVID-19 testing in schools amid a fourth wave of infections in Michigan. The money was included in the relief bill approved by Congress and President Joe […]

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Obituary of Eleanor Sykes (1960 – 2021) – Waterloo, IA

Eleanor J. Sykes September 16, 1960 – November 15, 2021 WATERLOO-Eleanor J. Sykes, 61, of Waterloo, Iowa, died of natural causes on Monday November 15, 2021. She was born September 16, 1960 in Waterloo, daughter of George W. Sykes, Sr. & Edith Bradford Sykes. Eleanor graduated from East High School in 1979. She continued her […]

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Helen McAndrew Obituary (2021) – Laflin, Pennsylvania

Helen Wayda McAndrew, 86, of Laflin, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, November 23, 2021. She and her husband, Joseph McAndrew, celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary on July 26. Helen was the daughter of the late Paul and Anna Poplawski Wayda. She was born in Scranton. At the start of World War II, the family moved […]

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Tuesday 23 November 2021 | TALKERS Magazine: TALKERS Magazine – “The Talk Media Bible”.

[ad_1] Dave Ramsey is this week’s guest on Harrison Podcast. Multimedia talk radio giant Dave ramsey is this week’s guest on the award-winning PodcastOne series, “The Michael harrison Interview. “Based near Nashville, he’s been on the air for nearly three decades, providing advice on personal finance, faith and popular politics to a growing audience that […]

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

[ad_1] 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 […]

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Obituary of Catherine Maloney (1931 – 2021) – Milan, IL

Sister Catherine Patricia Ann Maloney, BSF May 11, 1931 – November 18, 2021 Sister Catherine Patricia Ann Maloney, OSB, 90, of St. Mary’s Monastery, Rock Island, IL, passed away Thursday, November 18, 2021 at the monastery. A private mass live from the Christian burial will take place on Monday, November 22 at 10:00 a.m. in […]

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Philly City Council Restores Funding For Film Bureau After Year Of Zero Budget

[ad_1] ?? Do you like Philly? Sign up for the free Billy Penn newsletter to get everything you need to know about Philadelphia every day. After a year of pay cuts and advocacy with elected officials, the Greater Philadelphia Film Office is no longer the only film commission in a major American city without government […]

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

[ad_1] 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 […]

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Decline in enrollment should be a wake-up call for MCPS

[ad_1] Breaking a ten-year trend, Montgomery County Public Schools announced in late October that the school system was losing students. The era of constant and inevitable MCPS growth is over, signaling dangerous consequences for the stability and funding of our county’s public schools. Our local leaders need to think about how we got here and […]

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1,100 housing units on campus

[ad_1] Like many Bay Area school districts, the Jefferson Union High School District in Daly City is struggling to fund its priorities: increasing teacher salaries, modernizing facilities, and expanding programs for students. But unlike most neighborhoods facing financial difficulties, the authorities are turning to an ambitious plan to provide more funding: find a developer to […]

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Rejoice Christian School opens a new STEAMM laboratory

[ad_1] 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, […]

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Teachers receive grants to fund school programs

[ad_1] CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (WCIA) – The Board of Directors of the Champaign Urbana Schools Foundation (CUSF) “Prize Patrol” presented souvenir vouchers to 182 teachers in Unit 4 of Champaign and Urbana School District on Tuesday and Wednesday . Executive Director Kelly Hill said the checks were helping fund 113 new school projects for more than […]

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TRIO receives $ 550,000 in grants

Mason galemoreContributing [email protected] The US Department of Education announced that the TRIO talent search program at Murray State would receive $ 554,750 to help low-income students. Talent Search, which has been operating in Murray since 2016, helps first-generation low-income students prepare for college. The program is one of eight TRIO programs. The grants will be […]

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Youngkin calls on every school in Virginia to have cops on campus

[ad_1] “Every school will need to have school resource officers on its campus,” Republican candidate for governor Glenn Youngkin said at a rally in Fairfax County. “They’ll be on campus, or this school will lose its funding.” At a campaign rally in Fairfax County, Va. On Tuesday night, Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin told supporters […]

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Charles T. Moxley 1960-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN – Fly fishing is lonely, contemplative, misanthropic, scientific in some hands, poetic in others, and mixed with conflicting aesthetic considerations. It’s not even clear if catching fish is really the point. But to Dr Charles Thomas “Mandrel” Moxley, fly fishing was his peace. Tuesday, September 21, 2021, Chuck, 61, took his place at the […]

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Promotions, hires, achievements and company news

[ad_1] 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 […]

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Affordability Brings Growing Number of International Students to UNK

[ad_1] New Driven by the New Nebraskan scholarship, a growing number of out-of-state students are choosing to continue their college education at UNK. Monday, October 11, 2021, 12:59 p.m. CDT Spurred on by the New Nebraskan scholarship, a growing number of international students like Seneca Hertel are choosing to continue their college education at UNK. […]

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Janis Robinson obituary (2021) – Middletown, Connecticut

Janis (Cotton) Robinson, 95, of Middletown, CT, formerly of Woodbury, NJ, beloved wife of the late Douglas Yohannes Robinson, passed away on Monday October 4, 2021 at Middlesex Hospital, Middletown, CT. Janis was born in Vineland, NJ, daughter of the late T. Earl Cotton and Myrtle (Jenkins) Cotton. Her family moved to Woodbury, NJ, where […]

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Brush High School Drama Club Hosts Fourth Annual Improv Party – The Fort Morgan Times

Improv performers from left to right: Maddie Bennett, Trey Ford, Dale Wood, Samantha Ledesma, Diana Covington, Christian Francisco-Pablo, Jaycob Prentice, Osmar Cardenas, Tony Titman, Lupita Tejeda. (Katie Roth / The Fort Morgan Times) Director Rebecca Costanzo served as moderator for the evening. (Katie Roth / The Fort Morgan Times) Team Dianastan laughs during the other […]

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Alchemy Spice Co. Grows Into Restaurants Nationwide And More Business News

[ad_1] Alchemy Spice Co. Grows Nationwide After an extensive brand refresh earlier this year, Alchemy Spice Company is preparing to sell its artisan spice blends to restaurants across the country through the US Foods Direct program and to consumers in Tennessee through Publix grocery stores. US Foods, a leading national foodservice distributor serving more than […]

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Oklahoma State University: Face2Face with Kiara Luevano: DACA dreamer overcomes odds to lead by example

[ad_1] September 22, 2021 Media contact: Bailey Stacy | Communications Coordinator, Marketing and Communications | 405-744-2700 | [email protected] Imagine moving to a foreign country at age 11 with nothing but clothes on your back. You, your mother, and your two sisters leave behind most of your family, including your father, to live in a place […]

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Congress has a plan for universal pre-K. Would states participate in it? • Independent from Missouri

[ad_1] WASHINGTON – Almost a fifth of President Joe Biden’s massive $ 3.5 trillion social spending program is spent on low-cost care for children from birth to kindergarten – investments that would benefit single parents and low-income families. But how states implement their kindergarten programs for 3- and 4-year-olds – or whether they even decide […]

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AmeriCorps programs serving Milwaukee receive $ 2.4 million in funding to expand community support

[ad_1] These funds include $ 2,417,154 in AmeriCorps funding for ten AmeriCorps programs specifically centered in the Milwaukee area, with several other statewide programs also having members serving in Milwaukee. “This funding will put 888 AmeriCorps members on the ground, including over 300 members in the Milwaukee area, to help our local communities as our […]

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Loveland High School Teacher Schools Summit on Innovation – Loveland Reporter-Herald

[ad_1] The NoCO IgnitED Summit, a gathering of educators, business leaders and community members, touched down at Loveland High School Thursday afternoon, a stop on a tour of northern Colorado meant to inspire entrepreneurship and make positive connections. While there, Mike Pintaric, a robotics and computer science teacher at Loveland High School, gave attendees a […]

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GUIDE: 14 private schools in South Austin, Dripping Springs to discover

Regents School of Austin in southwest Austin. (Courtesy Regents School of Austin) This year, as the pandemic rocked the world of education, many families began to turn to private schools or home schooling for the first time, according to data from local school districts. This non-exhaustive guide provides an overview of private schools around Southwest […]

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Scuttlebutt / Calendar – September 30, 2021 – The Sopris Sun

[ad_1] Local distinction Krysia Carter-Giez has completed filming and editing of her film “The Day I Had to Grow Up” in Carbondale. The film follows six young activists who aspire to change in America and recently won the award for “Best Documentary Short and Best Editing in a Short Film” at the Barcelona International Film […]

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Sight Magazine – Guatemala: Led by a “revolutionary father”, indigenous communities turn to Orthodox Christianity

[ad_1] September 28, 2021 DAVID I KLEIN RNS When the clergy and seminarians from St Andrew’s Seminary in Aguacate, Guatemala, arrive in town, they have their work cut out for them. “On the first day, we did the liturgy, 10 baptisms and seven chrismations,” explained Father Thomas Manuel, an Orthodox Christian priest. “Then the next […]

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This non-profit organization bridges the gap between women and fertility knowledge

[ad_1] Feminae Vero educates women on the truths of their reproductive health and how she connects with faith. Mary Kate Knorr didn’t expect advocacy for the unborn child to lead her to raise awareness of women’s fertility. But the longer she worked for the pro-life cause, the more sense it made. “I saw that the […]

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Ms. Elissa Renee Mackey Christian – Valley Times-News

Ms. Elissa Renee Mackey Christian, 46, of Hampton, Ga. (Formerly of Chattanooga and Five Points, Alabama) died Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at Piedmont Henry Hospital, Stockbridge, Georgia. A funeral service will be held on Saturday, September 25, 2021 at the Chapel of the Vines Funeral Home, LaFayette at 1 p.m. (CDT) with Pastor Cecilia Broome […]

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From La Salle Phils. appoints the chief operating officer

[ad_1] DE La Salle Phils. (DLSP) President Edgar O. Chua recently announced the appointment of Robert L. Tang as the new COO and concurrent Director of Central House administration. Tang, who recently started his post at La Salle Green Hills Central House, was previously the Chancellor of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB). He […]

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book shares stories about church growth in Apple Valley, Mahtomedi | Apple valley

‘Behind the pulpit’ includes perspective of retired Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran pastor Paul Harrington says one of his daughters pointed out that he should write about his experiences as a Lutheran pastor. Harrington has many stories to share after working as a pastor in two Lutheran churches for approximately 41 years, including Shepherd of […]

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Jamila T. Davis appointed Community Practitioner in Residence

Educator, activist and entrepreneur Jamila T. Davis, Ph.D. has been appointed Community Practitioner in Residence by the Center for Community Research and Engagement at Seton Hall University. Commonly known as “CCRE”, the Center for Community Research and Engagement has mobilized University resources to “develop creative solutions to community problems” for nearly 25 years. One of […]

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Reviews | Norm Macdonald’s comedy was rather Christian

The relationship between Christianity and stand-up comedy has steadily deteriorated for half a century. In the 1960s, this was still a country in which Bishop Fulton Sheen could participate in Milton Berle’s Friars Club roast, and Tom Lehrer could give Catholicism an awkward but informed side in his song “Vatican Rag”, which appeared on an […]

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Battle Ground schools schedule blood sampling meetings

[ad_1] Battle Ground Public Schools is planning two evenings of in-person community information before its school sample test on November 2. Voters in the district, which encompasses much of Clark County, from the Vancouver suburbs to Amboy and Yacolt, rejected a levy in February, with 52.42% of the 20,455 ballots marked “no.” Faced with the […]