October 30, 2021
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Educational Workbook: New Teacher Program Receives Funding, Deseg TUSD Order May End Soon

by on April 24, 2021 0

A mentorship program for new teachers received a significant increase in funding this week. Arizona Superintendent of Public Education Kathy Hoffman has pledged $ 2 million in federal relief funds for a mentorship program for early-career teachers. Arizona 360 spoke with the person in charge of this program. Meanwhile, an almost 50-year-old desegregation court...

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A hands-on approach to education teaches vocational skills to students in Fisher, Minn.

by on April 24, 2021 0

With the veterinary science student’s classmates clustered around the two, Schwarz spoke to Helgeson through the pre-exam process which included a cheerful welcome, sanitizing the exam room and weighing the chick. The hands-on teaching methods resonate with his students, including juniors Helgeson and Joey Jorgenson. “It teaches us a better understanding of what it...

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Education is not enough to fight anti-vaccine propaganda

by on April 23, 2021 0

Anti-vax protesters outside the State Capitol. The Connecticut House of Representatives just passed legislation to end the religious exemption for the school vaccination requirement ( HB6423). The Connecticut State Senate must act quickly to do the same. If passed, Connecticut would require medically capable schoolchildren to receive vaccines as recommended by the CDC. Opponents...

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International tutors approve tailor-made teaching

by on April 22, 2021 0

Tutors International is different from other tutoring companies. They don’t look for guardians from an inventory pool or database. A global custom search is conducted for each customer request. They meet with the client to gain a thorough understanding of their child’s needs, as well as to learn the types of attitudes, values ​​and...

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Education leaders serving Latin American students rethink college equity after pandemic

by on April 21, 2021 0

As higher education leaders mark the 25th anniversary of establishing institutions that serve Hispanics, they assess how these colleges and universities can enroll and graduate more Latin American students amid the fallout from the pandemic of Covid-19. Last fall, colleges saw a 5% drop in Latin American undergraduate enrollment. The dramatic drop came a...

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