October 23, 2021
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Education

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Mother of 3 pursues educational goals, serves as a role model for children

by on September 22, 2021 0

Desirae Blunt-Lamkey received her Associate of Arts degree from Western Nevada College in 2020. She is currently working on her BA in Organization and Project Management. Ambitious, persevering and studious are just a few words to describe Desirae Blunt-Lamkey, student in organization and project management. Blunt-Lamkey is entering her second year of the program...

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Lewiston school committee fires director of special education

by on September 22, 2021 0

LEWISTON – The school committee voted 8-0 on Monday to fire former director of special education Pamela Boucher, following a three-hour executive session. The committee proposed to fire her for “reasons described in the written conclusions prepared by the school committee”, according to the motion read by Tanya Whitlow. Earlier Monday, an attorney representing...

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Schools promote financial literacy education among youth

by on September 21, 2021 0

Schools in the valley are promoting financial education through programs such as Banzai and Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF), which help expand access to financial literacy in many classrooms. The Banzai Educational Resource follows Montana State Curriculum Requirements and provides a way for everyone in the community to increase their financial literacy, including children....

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Columbus County School Board member dies

by on September 20, 2021 0

Monte Herring (Photo: Columbus County Schools / Facebook) COLUMBUS COUNTY, NC (WWAY) – A member of the Columbus County Board of Education has passed away. According to Randy Coleman, a member of the Columbus County School board, Monte Herring died Monday morning at 5:30 a.m. According to messages from the church Herring attended, members...

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Letter urges Congress to remember work-oriented education

by on September 20, 2021 0

Democrats in Congress are looking to send billions of dollars in new funding to community colleges to support free two-year post-secondary education for students, but that could skip job-oriented education if policymakers don’t. not mind, according to prominent community college and workforce education leaders. Twenty college administrators, researchers and entrepreneurs said in a recent...

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Adult Education and Family Literacy Week in Alaska – Mike Dunleavy

by on September 19, 2021 0

WHEREAS all Alaskans deserve access to opportunities to acquire the academic, technical and employability skills necessary to lead prosperous and productive lives; and WHEREAS the Alaskan Adult Education and Literacy Programs have served the people of Alaska since 1942 with General Education Developmental Tests that result in a High School Equivalency Diploma, graduating around...

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Opinion: Technical education in today’s world

by on September 18, 2021 0

Now more than ever, the world is calling on young people to face the unpredictability and turmoil that characterized the past year and a half. More than ever, young people are responding to this call. Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a national nonprofit organization of vocational and technical students (CTSO)...

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Fayette County Schools Technical Education Centers Merge

by on September 17, 2021 0

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The old Lexington Herald-Leader building has been given new life. Fayette County Public Schools plan to merge the Eastside Tech Center and Southside Tech Center into a single campus in the former Lexington Herald-Leader building as the program continues to grow. Fayette County Schools Superintendent Dr Demetrus Liggins said the...

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