October 30, 2021
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FPPE-CSQ survey of education professionals

by on April 29, 2021 0

MONTREAL, April 29, 2021 / CNW Telbec / – Similar to what is happening elsewhere in Quebec, the working conditions of education professionals in schools in Greater Montreal are so difficult that many are seriously considering quitting their jobs to pursue a career in the private sector or to reorient themselves in another field....

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Idaho governor signs ‘non-discriminatory’ education bill

by on April 29, 2021 0

BOISE, Idaho (AP) – Idaho Gov. Brad Little on Wednesday signed legislation to prevent schools and universities from “brainwashing” students into teaching critical race theory, which examines how whose race and racism influence American politics, culture and law. The Republican governor signed the bill that helps teach critical race theory, but prohibits imposing belief...

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Ogeechee Tech Adult Education Program Lecture Series at Local Correctional Facilities

by on April 27, 2021 0

The Ogeechee Technical College Adult Education Program recently launched a speaker series at local correctional facilities. Guest speaker Mr. Alima Mims launches new student success lecture series for Bulloch and Screven Prisons, sponsored by Ogeechee Technical College Adult education program. Samantha Smith, Dean of Adult Education at OTC, felt it was important for students...

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Governor discusses lost learning and other education issues about COVID-19 during stop at Council Grove

by on April 27, 2021 0

Kansas Governor Laura Kelly discussed several pressing education issues with area principals as part of her “Back to Work, Back to School” tour on Monday. At Council Grove Elementary, one of the main focal points was the response to COVID-19, particularly related to loss of learning. USD 417 Morris County Superintendent Aron Dody says...

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Daniel Croson files for the Warren Board of Education and submits more than 10 times the number of signatures required

by on April 26, 2021 0

Daniel Croson has filed petitions with the Somerset County Clerk to run on November 2nd election to the Warren Board of Education. While the filing deadline is not until July, Croson had already collected more than 100 signatures on his petition. The number of signatures required for school board candidates is 10. “I am...

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Smartboard, April 26 | Education

by on April 26, 2021 0

Nambé Pueblo Fellow Joins Stanford Law School Faculty Elizabeth Reese, from Nambé Pueblo, will join Stanford Law School as an assistant professor on June 1. According to the school’s website, Reese will focus on Native American tribal and constitutional law, including the identity of citizens and the impact of how the way history is...

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Educational book

by on April 25, 2021 0

Guest schoolchildren join the science fair Arkansas elementary school students are invited to participate in a nationwide virtual science fair through August 1 to win rewards that include the opportunity to complete a time capsule that will travel to space later this year. Inspiration4 St. Jude Science Fair recruits students in grades two to...

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