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EU to push China to top not to help Russ...

By Philip Blenkinsop and Yew Lun Tian BRUSSELS/BEIJING (Reuters) – European and Chinese leaders meet on Friday for their first summit in two years. Brussels is keen for Beijing to ensure that it will not supply arms to Russia and will not help Moscow circumvent Western sanctions imposed following the invasion of Ukraine. In unusually […]

Frank Dinie Obituary – Akron Beacon Jour

Frank Dinie, 86, died Friday, March 25, 2022. He was born an only child on January 1, 1936 to Ralph and Mary (Pichichero) Dinie of Akron. He graduated from Central High School in 1954. He took a few courses at the University of Akron, but later joined the Air Force and served as an aircraft […]

Area high school students learn resident...

A group of high school students from the Vicksburg Warren School District enjoy a new residential architectural design course offered by Hinds Community College. The course is titled “Residential Design and Building Information Modeling” and is taught by instructor Richard Hunt. Hunt graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a degree in Architectural Engineering […]

Online learning resumes in Ukraine, but ...

Two Ukrainian refugee children prepare to start school in Berlin, Germany, on March 21. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber) ASSOCIATED PRESS Ukrainian students use Zoom and Google Meet to study math and language, while trying to make sense of what happened to family and friends. After weeks of Russian attacks that halted classes across Ukraine, students across […]

Beijing holds closed trial for Australia...

“This is particularly concerning, unsatisfactory and regrettable,” Fletcher said outside the courthouse, according to a recording. “We have no confidence in the validity of the process, which is being conducted in secret.” Cheng’s case has raised concerns among foreigners working in China due to the vagueness surrounding the circumstances of his detention. As an English-speaking […]

Walgett High School is retreating rapidl...

In 2004, a First Nations woman, Vanessa Hickey, told the New York Times that she was forced to homeschool her children due to violence at Walgett Community College. Key points: Walgett’s only high school has struggled with intense student violence and poor academic performance for decades Community desperate for real change as they battle ‘systemic […]

CMS launches a robotics program | News

After a two-year delay, Carpinteria Middle School has launched its long-awaited Automation and Robotics Unit, thanks to the Carpinteria EducationFoundation (CEF) and the Carpinteria Lions Club. With funds raised at its popular Festival ofTrees, the Lions donated $6,000 and CEF matched the donation to purchase VEX robotic kits, to launch the CMS program. The module […]

Troy Kotsur consulted on “The Mandaloria

Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images After Troy KotsurThe historic Oscar win for Best Supporting Actor made him the second deaf artist to receive the award, an old interview brought his involvement in The Mandalorian enlighten. Kotsur worked as a consultant to help develop the sign language the Tuskens use to communicate. He even played an […]

Bill would require state documents to be...

More than 150 languages ​​are spoken in homes in New Jersey, one of the most diverse states in the country. Yet, important government documents and forms usually need to be printed in one language only: English. A new bill seeks to increase that number to 15 languages, a move its supporters say would encourage greater […]

Valley News – Defending ‘divisive concep

Editor’s Note: This story was first published on New Hampshire Bulletin. New Hampshire’s new ‘freedom from discrimination’ law banning certain teachings about race and class in public schools is legally sound and not too vague, the Justice Department argued in a federal court filing Friday. . In a rebuttal to a pair of lawsuits filed […]

The dance duo Charlotte Adigéry and Boli

Although many people assume that his comedic sense comes from his father, Pupul is not shy about bringing up his late mother. Laughing, he recalls an early memory of her standing up to the racists who were shouting in the street, “Ching chung”, to which she replied in a deadpan tone, “Chung”, before leaving. When […]

Yarmouth school budget includes pre-K an...

Making pre-kindergarten accessible to all Yarmouth families and adding staff to address student mental health issues are included in the school department’s $34.6 million budget proposal, representing an increase of 10.7 % against this year’s spending plan. If approved, the schools’ share of the total municipal budget would mean an increase of about 8.6%, or […]

Fuerza Delivers World-Class Firearms Tra...

FORT COLLINS, Colo., March 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Fuerza Firearms Training is proud to offer world-class firearms training in Fort Collins, CO. Fuerza Firearms Training started out as a hobby and quickly evolved into something much more. Their founder, Colin Fitzgerald, is a certified NRA instructor and has range safety officer certifications. As his career […]

Bhutanese refugees in Pittsburgh have en...

Editor’s Note: This story contains references to suicide. If you or someone close to you needs immediate assistance, assistance is available 24/7 at National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255. As a Bhutanese refugee who came of age in Pittsburgh in the 2010s, I often heard about the death. The death that happened to people, self-inflicted. I […]

Managing US-China tensions over public c...

Contents Foreword Chen Dongxiao “Managing US-China Tensions Over Public Cyber ​​Attribution” is the second joint research publication produced by the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS) in collaboration with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP). The first joint publication, “China-US Cyber-Nuclear C3 Stability”, launched in April 2021, presented an insightful analysis on China-US cybersecurity […]

‘Gender Queer’ is not banned at Southwoo

The West Des Moines School Board voted Monday to keep a queer author’s comic book-style memoir on the shelves of the district library, though it may not have the final say. Last year, Clive’s Teri Patrick filed a complaint about the book “Gender Queer: A Memoir” by Maia Kobabe which is available on the shelves […]

Activists and Lawmakers Call Governor De...

It has only been a few hours since Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the controversy HB 1557 in the law, but Equality Florida quickly organized a press conference via zoom to denounce what the speakers described as an act of cowardice. The governor announced his press conference to sign the bill on less than an hour’s […]

Changes after peace deal would take at l...

Changes after peace deal would take at least a year With pending peace talks due to take place in Turkey this week, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said any agreement reached must be secured on paper and voted on in Ukraine. “I want it not to be another piece of paper like the Budapest memorandum,” […]

New Oriental Education & Technology Grou

BEIJING, March 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc. (“New Oriental” or the “Company”) (NYSE:EDU and SEHK:9901), a private education services provider in Chinaannounced today that it intends to change the ratio between its American Depositary Shares (“ADS”) and its ordinary shares (the “ADS Ratio”), the par value $0.001 per share, […]

Simple phrases to learn in Auslan

As you may already know, reports in late 2021 showed that interest in learning sign language increased by around 250 percent after the fall of Marvel Eternals. This, unsurprisingly, is related to the fact that the film starred hearing-impaired actress Lauren Ridloff as deaf superhero Makkari, and thus, regularly displayed the use of sign language […]

18 professors from the North West have o...

Northwest Missouri State University announced the promotions and permanent appointments of 18 faculty members. Applications for promotion and tenure were approved on March 17 by the regents. “It has been an honor and a privilege to be part of the promotion and tenure of these 18 individuals who are excellent representatives of the type of […]

Minneapolis Public Schools and Minneapol...

After more than two weeks away from class, Minneapolis public school students will return to class this week. A tentative contract agreement was reached Friday between the district and the Minneapolis Teachers’ Federation (MFT) and district Education Support Professionals (ESP) representation. RELATED: Minneapolis Public School students expected in class Tuesday, pending final union vote on […]

Japanese film ‘Drive My Car’ wins Best I

LOS ANGELES (Kyodo) — Director Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s “Drive My Car” won Best International Feature Film on Sunday at the 94th United States Academy Awards in Los Angeles, becoming the second Japanese film to win the prestigious Oscar in the category after winning a series of international accolades. This […]

Middleborough High School vandalized wit...

criminality Police have released images of the suspects. Middleborough High School was found vandalized with hateful images and language on Sunday. The graffiti has been covered up. Middleborough Police Department Middleborough Police are investigating an act of vandalism at Middleborough Secondary School which they believe included hateful language and symbols. Police say at 7:40 a.m. […]

Middleboro High School marked with swast...

Middleboro police are investigating after vandals spray-painted the side of the town’s high school on Saturday night with “hateful language and imagery,” according to Police Chief Joseph Perkins. Perkins said police were dispatched to Middleboro High School, located at 71 East Grove Street, around 7:40 a.m. Sunday morning for a report of vandalism to an […]

California community colleges reeling fr...

Students walk through the Sacramento City College campus on Feb. 23, 2022. Photo by Miguel Gutierrez Jr., CalMatters After community college enrollment collapsed in late 2020, California lawmakers last year gave the two-year public college system $120 million to help stem the tide of students leaving and to bring back. So far, progress has been […]

The CUET application process will begin ...

The NTA has advised applicants to go through the details, including eligibility criteria, of the programs offered by visiting the websites of the universities to which they wish to apply. Once they choose their courses and universities, they can visit the CUET website (https://cuet.samarth.ac.in/) and submit their applications. The whole process is digitized, including the […]

Canadian Indigenous leaders to meet Pope...

TORONTO (AP) — When a delegation from the Assembly of First Nations traveled to the Vatican in 2009 to meet with Pope Benedict XVI, the pontiff told them in a private meeting of his “personal anguish” over to the abuse suffered by Aboriginal children in the church. run residential schools they were forced to attend […]

WCM records Ukrainian national anthem

MILWAUKEE—The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music is recording the Ukrainian national anthem with the help of a Ukrainian instructor. Tatiana Migliaccio said she was proud to show her Ukrainian roots. “I used to play the flute with my dad when I was 7 and I was in the flute ensemble and played with other girls. I […]

The artist imbues Chinese and Western-in...

“There’s not a single day that I don’t work hard, there’s not a single day that I don’t miss you” by Ranran Fan. (Courtesy of Ranran Fan) Ranran Fan uses the words found in the Chinese book “I Ching” as a point of inspiration. “I use this book a lot on a daily basis for […]

How the Ukrainian working class was born

Mo First, I must say that Russian speakers are everywhere in Ukraine, and they are not only Russians. They are Russians and Ukrainians, Jews and Crimean Tatars, Armenians and Greeks. The Russian language is therefore not in itself a significant marker of national identity or political affiliation, except for far-right nationalists. What is important is […]

A young teacher engaged in the introduct...

GABORONE – Excitement and joy could be felt as students at Legae Middle School of English in Gaborone, Botswana, greeted their teacher Goitseone Ishmael with the Chinese phrase nihao, which literally translates to ‘hello’ in English, before she started her Chinese lesson. “Today we are going to start our class by watching a Chinese movie,” […]

Trust; the key to success | News, Spor...

Jasmine Wright was the little Miss Belpre 2015 and is now the Teen Miss Belpre 2021 BELPRE – The declaration “When you have confidence, you can do anything” by Sloane Stephens is something 14-year-old Belpre High School freshman Jasmine Wright (Madison) is striving to prove. Although young, Wright has many ambitions […]

Summit School District uses nearly $2.6 ...

The Summit School District administration building in Frisco is pictured November 12, 2020.Liz Copan/For the Daily News Summit Summit School District was able to put a renewed focus on social-emotional learning, support for English language learners, and mental health resources thanks to nearly $2.6 million in federal COVID-19 relief. 19. Last year, the federal government […]

The “guardians” of the national parks: T

There are “guardians” in all the national parks of the country. Although they do not live in national parks, they frequently visit and take care of them. Thanks to their efforts, citizens can enjoy national parks without any inconvenience. Park Chang-yong, 63, started climbing mountains in his 40s. Park, who made 8 billion won in […]

How a Monaghan Man Brought Irish Lessons...

SEARCHING FOR A CLASS AND DISCOVERING A COMMUNITY: Ronan Connolly with Let’s Learn Irish students in the capital Home page March 25, 2022 by Aileen F. Gorman Leong In the nation’s capital, an online community of Irish speakers, Let’s learn Irishfounded by Monaghan native Ronan Connolly, brings the Irish language into the hearts and homes […]

UK PM had ‘frank’ conversation with Chin

A woman looks at empty shelves in a supermarket in Moscow, Russia, on March 23. (Vlad Karkov/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Images) The U.S. government believes it “still retains the ability” to impose new non-military costs on Russia, such as additional sanctions, following the Kremlin’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, the adviser said on Friday. to White House National […]

Schools are closed as the freezing rain ...

Schools across Prince Edward Island will be closed on Friday as travel conditions remain potentially hazardous due to freezing rain. The Direction des écoles publiques and the Commission scolaire de langue française announced Friday morning that all classes will be canceled for the day due to weather conditions. A freezing rain warning from Environment Canada, […]

Students share their stories through zin...

The “Turning the Page: Artists’ Books, Zines, Language and ArtThe exhibition organized by ASU’s A Buncha Book Artists (ABBA) club features the works of students using a variety of artistic mediums – primarily zines – to share their stories, experiences and ideas. The works, on display at ASU Design and the Arts Library, feature an […]

Tutors take center stage as students try...

When Monica Covington-Cradle, a speech therapist for more than 20 years, saw how the children she was caring for had fallen behind in their reading skills during the pandemic, it was “mind blowing,” she said. “So many different kids in so many different kinds of schools, in every neighborhood” were struggling, said Covington-Cradle, who until […]

The delisting of Chinese stocks is still...

Text size Alibaba shares fell on Thursday. Greg Baker/AFP via Getty Images Assurances from Chinese authorities that they were making progress in addressing issues that could lead to the delisting of continental stocks traded in the United States may have been premature. The Public Enterprise Accounting Oversight Board intervened on Thursday, casting doubt on news […]

“An honor for all those who believed in

Many people are eager to see who will win an Oscar this Sunday. But Emily Dillard’s eyes are on an award she is nominated for at the Television Academy Foundation’s prestigious College Television Awards on Saturday. Fairfax High grad Emily Dillard in Palermo, Italy. The 41st annual event recognizes and rewards excellence in student-produced programs […]

For refugee children from Ukraine, schoo...

* More than 1.5 million children have fled war in Ukraine * Countries are hiring more teachers and offering online lessons * Refugee groups call for more language support and therapy By Emma Batha LONDON, March 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Among the crowd of Irish revelers lining the streets of Dublin for […]

CMS Grade 3 students fall behind despite...

Preliminary reports show that Black and Hispanic Grade 3 students at CMS have the fewest number of students on track in English. MECKLENBURG COUNTY, North Carolina — Third-grade students at Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools continue to fall behind in English language arts despite returning to class. This was revealed at Wednesday night’s school board meeting in a […]

Propagandists funnel foreign talent thro...

Foreign propaganda outlets — including those from Russia and China — have used a visa program designed to attract highly skilled workers to the United States to place journalists, editors and producers in their American outposts, according to archives. Why is it important: The H-1B program is designed to strengthen the competitiveness of the United […]

Broad Street Books awards prizes to essa...

Broad Street Books, in cooperation with Selma City Schools, recently announced the winners of their writing contest, “How I Would Make Selma Better”. The first place winner, Reagan S., received $100. “I think of my ancestors who crossed the bridge and what they went through so that we could have equal rights,” she said. “It […]

Active Learning Initiative awards 5 new ...

The Active Learning Initiative (ALI) awarded a new round of grants, helping 5 departments redesign courses to implement research-based active learning strategies and create lasting improvements to undergraduate teaching at Cornell. ALI is a collaborative effort: faculty work closely with ALI postdocs and Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) experts, and departments are increasingly collaborating with […]

“When I say I’m Asian American, I always

Last month’s Lunar New Year ushered in a Year of the Tiger, a time of pride and reflection for Princeton’s vibrant Asian and Asian American community. Throughout the year, we will elevate the voices of faculty, staff, students and community researchers in a series of thoughtful talks exploring questions of identity, pride, hope, experience experience […]

New Hampshire businesses support diversi...

As New Hampshire business leaders focus on building a strong and inclusive economy, New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility (NHBSR) opposes House Bills 1313, 1255, 1015 and other legislative attempts aimed at undermining diversity initiatives and whitewashing American history in our state. Last year, the NHBSR and just under 300 New Hampshire workplaces (www.nhbsr.org/dei) voiced […]

Kenya: Nairobi Ghetto Art Goes Global

A unique art exhibition took place in the posh suburb of Lavington in Nairobi. The exhibition was specially curated by Wajukuu Arts Collective. In the posh suburb of Lavington, Nairobi, a unique art exhibition is underway. It started on March 16 and will end on April 2, 2022. It was specially organized by Wajukuu Arts […]

Parents and educators weigh in on propos...

WARWICK, RI (WPRI) — Parents and educators argued on behalf of Rhode Island students Tuesday in the first of several hearings regarding proposed changes to the state’s high school graduation requirements. The RI Department of Education is considering new “preparation-based” graduation requirements, in an effort to ensure that students who graduate also meet Rhode’s public […]

Chinese researchers propose a new pre-tr...

PLMs (pre-trained language models) have excelled in a variety of natural language processing (NLP) tasks. Auto-encoding and auto-regressive PLMs are the most common classifications based on their formation processes. Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers (BERT), which models input text through deep transformer layers and creates deep contextualized representations, is a representative work of self-coding PLM. […]

Mayor Wu says she opposes move – NBC Bos

As the state’s commissioner of elementary and secondary education prepares to review Boston’s public schools, Mayor Michelle Wu said Tuesday she “strongly” opposes putting the district under held captive. Two years after the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education announced a memorandum of understanding with Boston aimed at resolving what DESE called “persistent challenges” identified […]

Latina Leadership Program Takes Off

Beatriz Aguilar, chair of the music department at Edgewood College, sometimes volunteers as a translator at Madison-area schools. Once at Madison East High School, some parents asked her what she did for a living, and when she told them, their Latina high school daughter perked up and asked Aguilar if she had a doctorate. “And […]

Space commander ‘spooks’ Australia laggi

Australia’s first space commander has acknowledged the nation is “far behind” in the emerging military field, while admitting that China and Russia’s ability to take out satellites “frightens” him. Key points: Australia’s new space commander says Defense must be able to take out enemy satellites But Air Vice Marshal Catherine Roberts warns Australia is lagging […]

Oregon School for the Deaf student named...

SALEM, Ore. (KPTV) — Trayshun Holmes Gournaris, a senior from Oregon School for the Deaf, has won the state champion title for Oregon’s 2022 Poetry Out Loud contest. Last Friday, 11 students from across the state entered the spoken word competition. Holmes Gournaris was the only performer to recite his poems using American Sign Language. […]

Music is the universal language of the U...

Described as ‘the new Pavarotti‘, Gianluca Sciarpelletti is a son of Italian-American art, raised in the world of opera. He grew up around the performances and teachings of family friends from an early age, frequenting and listening to world-renowned performers such as Franco Corelli, Mario Filippeschi, Richard Tucker and Licia Albanese, thus inevitably attending the […]

Self-paced and late-start classes are op...

American Sign Language II and IV courses are offered with Western Nevada College’s late-start/short-term offerings beginning March 28. A variety of other courses are offered and it is possible to take more in a free-entry format. Submitted Sunday, March 20, 2022 If you haven’t heard, at Western Nevada College you are not required to start […]

Schools brace for teacher strikes over p...

Schools brace for teacher strikes over post-COVID pay and benefits News Sports Entertainment The life Money Technology Travel Opinion Educators navigate health protocols, staffing shortages, and student academic challenges. Many also feel disrespected. One in three teachers say they have been verbally harassed or threatened by a student. But the strikes are interrupting in-person teaching […]

Canton School Board to Consider Return o...

CANTON — Pending approval from the school board of the Canton Central School District, French high school students will return to the village in October after a two-year hiatus related to the coronavirus, and Canton students will return to France next April. Foreign language teachers Carol E. Goldie and Ellen M. Recinos presented a plan […]

Obituary of Bonnie Granius – Green Bay P

Bonnie Granius Allot – A sparkling light that burned brightly – Bonnie Katherine Granius had been a central figure in her immediate and extended family, the schools and organizations in which she worked, as well as her neighborhood and large community of friends. Bonnie, 78, died peacefully at St. Vincent’s Hospital on March 16, 2022 […]

The Philippines and the French-speaking ...

The wealth of the Philippines lies, among other things, in the multitude of languages ​​spoken in the Philippine islands. The official languages, Tagalog and English, are complemented by more than 170 regional and local languages. It is common to meet a Filipino or a Filipina who speaks three or more languages. Linguistic diversity in unity […]

(Hello Africa) Young teacher committed t...

Goitseone Ishmael, assistant teacher of Chinese, teaches a lesson at the Legae Middle School of English in Gaborone, Botswana, Feb. 23, 2022. (Photo by Tshekiso Tebalo/Xinhua) Goitseone Ishmael, 33, is an assistant teacher of Chinese language at Legae English Medium School in Gaborone, Botswana. Chinese language. GABORONE, March 19 (Xinhua) — Excitement and joy could […]

Our View: English Classes at State Unive...

What are cookies As is common practice with almost all professional websites, https://cyprus-mail.com (our “To place”) uses cookies, which are tiny files that are downloaded to your device, to improve your experience. This document describes what information they collect, how we use it and why we sometimes need to store these cookies. We will also […]

Ukraine War News March 18: Biden, Xi fai...

James Politi and Demetri Sevastopulo in Washington, John Reed in Lviv, Max Seddon in Riga and Edward White in Seoul Xi Jinping warned Joe Biden against imposing “drastic and indiscriminate sanctions” in a lengthy call on Friday as the Chinese leader brushed off the threat of retaliation from Washington for his stance on the war […]

Odyssey Wine Academy, a woman-led wine s...

Homer’s epic poem “The Odyssey” chronicles the trials and tribulations of Odysseus on his journey home from the Trojan War. In Healdsburg, Odyssey is also the name of a new wine academy, the first of its kind in northern Sonoma County. Specifically, Odyssey Wine Academy offers courses for the Wine & Spirits Education Trust (WSET) […]

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Thank you for visiting the Waterways Journal website. We hope you enjoyed your three free articles this week. As you may already know, we now charge for unlimited access to our content. You can come back next week and access three more free articles or choose unlimited access with a digital subscription and continue to […]

Broadening the perspective of Nagekeo ch...

We have about 10 primary schools which become the model for the implementation of mother tongue in school activities in Nagekeo district The “Merdeka Belajar” (Freedom of Learning) program of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology has ushered in a new phase of freedom for educational institutions and educators to innovate through innovative […]

Review of “The Book of Mountains and Sea

Brooklyn, New York In the 80-minute “Book of Mountains & Seas,” which had its U.S. premiere Tuesday at St. Ann’s Warehouse, composer Huang Ruo and director-designer Basil Twist create the world and destroy it. Their materials are simple: 12 singers and two percussionists accompanied by a few pieces of silk, large pieces of driftwood and […]

How a college girl changed her school’s

Editor’s note: This article is part of Fast Company Spark, a new initiative for middle and high school readers. No tank tops, leggings, or shorts that can’t pass the “fingertip rule,” with hemlines that are no longer than a student’s fingertips when their arms hang down at their sides. These are the types of dress […]

Mykhailo Golod of Ukraine to the players

Mykhailo Golod became a 15-year-old again on Monday. The tall, thin teenager who last week had desperately fled the war in Ukraine with his mother found himself at TPC Sawgrass and was introduced to a hearty chorus of cheers as an honorary observer at THE PLAYERS Championship. Mykhailo Golod, statements “It’s a moment I will […]

Hot Bread Kitchen empowers women in the ...

Hot bread cookingfounded in New York in 2008 by baker Jessamyn Waldman Rodriguez, has been working for more than a decade provide training and placement for women in the restaurant industry. It is stepping up its services just as a very different restaurant industry emerges from the COVID-19 crisis. Catering to reality As we begin […]

Indians in BN: Language schools in Bloom...

For just over an hour and a half every Saturday morning, Sowmia Janakiraman remembers her home. It’s been six years since Janakiraman left his home in India, but these Saturdays the place that is thousands of miles away seems a little closer. It’s Saturday that parents, mostly of Indian or South Asian descent, bring their […]

Review: In “Book of Mountains and Seas”,

How come the 10 puppet suns – rice paper lanterns floating high in the air on long, thin stems – are so charming and hypnotic? Brilliant cherry red when they first appear one by one, they are a jolly band of brothers and sisters who share the duty to light up the planet. Their fatal […]

Distilled Python

Author: David BeazleyPublisher: Addison WesleyDate: September 2021Pages: 352ISBN: 978-0134173276Printing: 0134173279Rating: 4Reviewer: Alex ArmstrongPython is not a big language but it is getting bigger all the time. Distilled Python is an attempt to present Python in a “short form” so that you can get on with it without worrying too much about the finer […]

Language of teachers’ hurt part of Bill’

INDIANAPOLIS — In what some lawmakers call an “astonishing” outcome, a bill that would have tracked school workers injured on the job failed with a 0-50 vote. “The result was stunning,” said Rep. Ed Clere, R-New Albany, author of House Bill 1107. “I was shocked.” The bill would require schools to report school employee injuries […]

City College faculty and students protes...

City College students and faculty gathered outside Conlan Hall on the college’s main Ocean campus to protest 50 layoff notices issued by Chancellor David Martin on Tuesday. The layoff notices, which were approved by the board on Feb. 24, will go into effect May 15. Full-time faculty can appeal their pink slips. Arnie Warshaw, a […]

The IRS offers more forms and documents ...

In an effort to provide US taxpayers with the service they deserve, the Internal Revenue Service has added to its multilingual products, braille, text, audio and large print products are now available in Spanish. The agency’s Alternative Media Center (AMC) is converting IRS Form 1040, its main schedules, and six publications into Spanish Braille and […]

The music group Wilton Candlelight Conce...

Wilton Candlelight Concerts will present pianist Marc-André Hamelin on Sunday, March 20 at 4 p.m. at Wilton Congregational Church. The group will open its 74th season with Hamelin in a program of music by famous composers Bach, Prokofiev, Scriabin and Beethoven. More information is available by emailing Cortina Learning International Language School Wilton’s Chair and […]

What makes a lesson memorable? This is ...

The new question of the week, aimed at students, is as follows: What was your best classroom experience and what action or actions did a teacher take to help you get there (if they did)? Please be specific. What can other teachers learn from this experience? I previously shared answers to a similar question on […]

Ukraine-Russia War: Breaking News – The

LONDON — On Monday, among the embassies dotting Belgrave Square in London, a Ukrainian flag hung from a window of one of the white stucco mansions. Another banner hung on the balcony below read, “This property has been vacated.” A group of people in balaclavas sat on the balcony with dangling feet, waving to a […]

Cleveland High School in Portland, OR va...

“A swastika was painted on the left front door” PORTLAND, Ore (KOIN) – Cleveland High School in Portland has been vandalized with racist hate language and graffiti, according to Portland Public Schools. In a message sent to families, Jo Ann Wadkins, the school principal, said the school had been spray painted on the front doors, […]

Boca Helping Hands Offers Free Health an...

Boca Raton, Florida – March is National Nutrition Month and Boca Helping hand (BHH) continues to promote good nutrition by offering free health and wellness classes and expanding its pantry bag program. “Nutrition is a year-round priority at Boca Helping Hands,” said BHH Executive Director Greg Hazle. “Our ultimate goal is to help our customers […]

Why Leaving the Chinese Film Market Won’

PIxar’s love letter to second-generation Chinese immigrant families, Turning Red, marks a milestone for Hollywood, seemingly signaling the end of its doomed love affair with China. We are now two years after the backlash against Disney’s live-action remake Mulan, a film mired in controversy since it was filmed on location near Xinjiang’s internment camps and […]

MATT’S ACCIDENTS | West Bend News

“Serving overseas as a boy from small town America is intense, stressful and full of humor! Enjoy a light story with me from our last 20 years abroad! – Matt On the beat is better than giving treats If you drive through a small town in Indiana, you’ll quickly know where the police park their […]

Jesuit University professors sign letter...

Sixty-four faculty members from St. Louis University, a Jesuit school in Missouri, have signed a letter to the state House of Representatives opposing legislation to ban teachings about race, gender gender, class and sexuality in public schools. The letter opposes bills like HB 1474 and H.B. 1995which would respectively ban the teaching of Critical Race […]

Mpl. the teachers’ strike continues; d

Negotiations continue Monday between the Minneapolis school district and its teachers’ union as the group’s strike stretches into another school week. After the weekend mediation sessions, district chiefs and union leaders both said they wanted to end the strike quickly. District officials said their latest offer represents a “financial limit.” Classes are canceled Monday and […]

The NYS Board of Regents is no place for...

Perhaps the reluctance of Legislature leaders to renew the mayor’s control over New York’s public school system is more than just an effort to torture Mayor Eric Adams. Their final choice for the Board of Regents, which controls the State Education Department, is certainly a grim sign. With Speaker Carl Heastie’s House Democrats firmly in […]

Russian airstrike on military base near ...

Waves of Russian missiles pounded a military training base in western Ukraine on Sunday, killing 35 people in an attack on a facility that served as a crucial hub for cooperation between Ukraine and the countries of NATO which supported it in its defense against the brutal attack of Moscow. More than 30 Russian cruise […]

CTE for me: helping the next generation ...

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 […]

About Parenting: Learn to Speak Another ...

Samantha Gray Photo added “What did I tell you?” “Don’t make me stop this car.” “You’ve had enough.” “I’ll give you something to cry about.” “Don’t make me tell you again.” My mother used to say, “You’ve had enough dinner,” when we asked for more at the table. I told my children. There are many […]

Covid News: China fires 2 mayors and Sha...

Wear face masks in Hong Kong on Tuesday. Two years after the declaration of the pandemic, the city is experiencing its worst outbreak to date.Credit…Dale De La Rey/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images The World Health Organization, often criticized for being too slow to declare in 2020 that a pandemic was underway, now declares – two […]

Harry Turner: Putin went too far; Biden...

Vladimir Putin went too far in his bombardment of a children’s hospital in Ukraine. I studied Russian language for two years at UW-Madison and I have two words (spelled phonetically) for Putin: “Touee Vosh”, which my Russian instructor told me is a worse insult than d to call someone a SOB. It is my hope […]

Percival Everett: “I would love to write

Percival Everett, 65, is the author of 21 novels, including glypha satire of literary theory, Telephonewhich was released simultaneously in three different versions, and Erasure, about a black author who, angered by expectations of what African-American fiction should look like, adopts a pseudonym to write a parodically gritty (and wildly successful) novel called My Pafology. […]

Kosta Diamantis advocated setting up ‘hy

For years, Kosta Diamantis, the former director of the Connecticut School Grants Program, has advocated for a policy that would allow certain construction companies to claim a greater share of the profits from school construction projects, while potentially bypassing the normal state bidding process. According to documents obtained by the Connecticut Mirror, Diamantis used his […]

Students staying after school with an ey...

March 12 – Students at Emmet Belknap Middle School are preparing for the state math and English language (ELA) tests and this year school administrators decided the experience would be a little different. One of the ideas put forward by parents at a recent “raising awareness” meeting was that children who do everything right and […]

Revised Promotion Policy 2020-21 Extende...

The revised promotion policy 2020-21 has been extended for grades 9 and 11 in public and private schools for the current academic session, given the “exceptional circumstances” due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The order issued by Director of Education Himanshu Gupta states that in view of the assessment system issued by the CBSE, necessary changes […]

China jails Uyghur man for teaching in h...

China jails Uyghur teacher in Xinjiang for teaching in local language. (Representative) Beijing: A Uyghur educator, previously honored by the government for outstanding work, is serving a seven-year prison sentence in China’s restive Xinjiang region for violating Chinese policy by teaching students in Uyghur – their native language, said a news article quoting one of […]

San Diego County and Oceanside Union Sch...

It has been nearly two years since millions of students were first driven out of local schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Since then, many have wondered if online learning is slowing academic progress, and if so, by how much. That question has proven difficult to answer, as in light of the virus, California skipped […]

Taking a Language Learning Course Can Pr...

Growing up, children often enjoy sleeping and watching cartoons as part of their weekend morning routine. It was not a reality for me. Instead, my mother dragged me to Chinese school. When I was five years old, I was enrolled at the Institute of Chinese Language and Culture in Los Angeles, California. My course, section […]

MLB’s historic FA frenzy resumes

Rain wreaks havoc on the Players Championship. Thursday’s late wave has yet to complete the first round as a second consecutive long-time suspension delays play. We could be looking at the first Monday of the fifth major since 2005. Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports/Design: John Regula The MLB lockout not only suspended the season, but also […]

Database to show capacity of schools for...

The capacity of schools in various parts of Ireland will be taken into account when welcoming young Ukrainians who have fled the conflict, according to the Minister for Education. Norma Foley said a database of where school capacity is in the country has been shared between her department and the Children’s Department. Speaking on RTÉ’s […]

High demand for Singapore-Malaysia bus t...

SINGAPORE — The release of extra bus tickets on Friday March 11 for those vaccinated to travel overland between Singapore and Malaysia without quarantine has been met with strong demand, though it seemed less fervent than previous sales. At 10 a.m. Friday, Singaporean bus operator Transtar Travel released additional tickets for bus journeys between March […]

MSCS sophomores must attend summer schoo...

Of the 15,000 students set to attend Memphis-Shelby County Schools Enrichment Camps this summer, at least hundreds of students will need to attend to advance to third grade. The borough plans to enroll first and foremost CE2 students who need to improve their reading skills as part of the “commitment third” policy implemented this school […]

A new waltz teacher in Burgdorf

Lindsey Rebecca Tellers loves to dance. Growing up in Minnesota, she took every standard dance class for little girls. However, after college she found a new interest, the ballroom. Ballroom dancing encompasses styles ranging from waltz to foxtrot to cha-cha. “It’s a style of dance that we can do as adults, and I didn’t know […]

Chinese money pours into UK universities

March 12, 2022 SPARTICIPATING STUDENTS The University of Liverpool can study at an affiliated campus near Shanghai. The University of Manchester has research links with nine Chinese universities and is home to Britain’s second Confucius Institute, a language school and a cultural center funded by the Chinese government. At least 15% of students at the […]

Stepping Forward Un paso adelante

One step forward Memorial Walk for NYPD Det. Jason Rivera By Gregg McQueen A memorial march will be held for Officer Jason Rivera, who died at age 22. From shock to memory. Two schools in upper Manhattan attended by NYPD Detective Jason Rivera and shaken by his death have planned a memorial walk to honor […]

Immerse raises $9 million to accelerate ...

Immerse recently announced that it has raised $9 million in funding. These are the details. Immerse – a leading virtual reality language teaching and learning platform in the metaverse – announced that it has raised $9 million in Series B funding. The funding round was co-led by the existing investor Eagle Venture Fund and new […]

Yesterday’s walk, with lessons for today

Today, bills to bolster the 1965 legislation, after the Supreme Court in 2013 struck down provisions that required states with a history of discrimination to “pre-approve” changes to their laws, came to nothing, mostly due to Republican filibuster and lawmaker refusal. in both parties to change the filibuster rules. Sen. mike lee, a Republican from […]

China’s Yutu 2 lunar rover shares a phot

Time-lapse imaging of Yutu 2’s progress through the lunar landscape. (NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University) China’s Yutu 2 rover, traversing the harsh environment of the far side of the Moon, has given a view of its path over the past three years. Yutu 2 landed on the far side of the Moon in January 2019 atop the […]

Georgian on Harcourt Street with an indi...

A vacant Georgian property at 26 Harcourt Street, Dublin 2, has come on the market with an indicative price of 1.3 million euros. Located in one of Dublin’s main office and entertainment districtsit’s just 250 meters from St Stephen’s Green. Brian Kelly of QRE Sales Agents says the property comprises a four-storey basement to mid-terrace […]

First Nation ‘devastated’ after elder di

Every morning when the school doors opened to the Ochapowace Nation, Albert Isaac was there in his wheelchair with his smudging bowl, greeting people. The 65-year-old went from class to class to pray and smudge with students at Kakiswiew School, said Nicole Bear, director of education for Ochapowace, a Cree Nation about 155 kilometers east […]

SNHU student does virtual study abroad

Kayla Barassa ’21 always knew she wanted to study abroad, but with no end in sight for the pandemic, financial means holding her back and the end of her degree fast approaching, she feared she would miss out on the opportunity. Nonetheless, she was determined to live her dream, even if it meant doing it […]

Dickinson County children prepare “visua

IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. (WLUC) – Children in Dickinson County prepare “visual letters” to send to children in China. Although language can create barriers, artwork is a universal language, and Michigan State University’s 4-H Extension program wants to use this unifying language to educate future world leaders, empowering them. introducing to new cultures. “A program like […]

Steven Qie, Youth of the Month

The Needham Exchange Club has recognized Steven Qie of Needham High School as its Youth of the Month. Steven is an outstanding student and has also been involved in large-scale community service earning him a National President’s Award for Voluntary Service in each of the past three years. He also earned the “Outstanding Teacher” award […]

Sentai Reveals Food Wars Season 5 First ...

Sentai Filmworks releases an exclusive English dub clip for the fifth and final season of Food Wars! with a list of voices in English. Sentai Filmworks has released a brand new clip from the upcoming English dub of Food wars! The Fifth Plate. The new footage gives fans an exclusive look at the English dub […]

Sign language, meditation, volleyball an...

Since assuming the role of Principal at Boston Spa Academy earlier this year, Peter Hollywood, who served as Vice Principal from September 2020, says well-rounded students with life skills and resilience are the traits they try to develop and instill in their 1,500 students before they leave for the world of work or continuing education. […]