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The Blackwell School in Marfa, Texas, pictured in May 2022. Carlos Morales hide caption toggle caption Carlos Morales The Blackwell School in Marfa, Texas, pictured in May 2022. Carlos Morales Students were not allowed to speak Spanish at school. That’s the rule teachers instituted at a small school in West Texas near the US-Mexico border […]

New Vice President/Provost Finds a Home ...

NESLIHAN ALP WILLIAMSPORT — Neslihan “Nesli” Alp’s education and distinguished career in academia prompted several moves over the years, from his native Turkey to various parts of the United States. But his last stop feels like home. Alp is the new vice president of academic affairs and provost of the Pennsylvania […]

Goodwill CEO and CultureWorks Founder Wi...

Breadcrumb Links Local News For the first time, Junior Achievement in London adds two women to its Hall of Fame in the same year. Michelle Quintyn, left, CEO of Goodwill Industries, and Tina Bax, founder of language school CultureWorks. (Free photos from the press kit) Content of the article For the first time, Junior Achievement […]

WeChat’s botched deal for Richmond home

A judge ruled she couldn’t rule on the nearly $3 million sale because there were too many inconsistencies and different translations A judge has refused to rule in a court case involving the botched sale of a nearly $3million home in Richmond. The case revolves around a lawsuit filed by Hong Yang and Yuzhang Wang […]

The New Politics of Race, Education and ...

America Challenged: The New Politics of Race, Education, and Cultureby Rosalie Pedalino Porter (Hamilton Books, 123 pages, $30) Rosalie Pedalino Porter rose to prominence for taking a stand in the bilingual education wars of the 1980s and 1990s. Drawing on her academic expertise, her experience in developing a public school curriculum for English language learners […]

Anthology accelerates personalized LMS e...

Mobile app launched and student self-expression extended, accessibility tools allow for a more modern and streamlined experience on any device BOCA RATON, Florida., October 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Anthologya leading provider of education solutions supporting the entire learner lifecycle, today announced an all-new version of the Blackboard® Learn mobile app. The new app builds on […]

CT School Funding Model Missing Some Stu...

In this back-to-school season, I reflect on the accomplishments of our state’s school system as well as the opportunity gaps that continue to stifle our black, brown, and low-income students. A recent report from WalletHub.com, covered by the WFSB, touts Connecticut for ranking second nationally in education, first in median ACT scores, fifth in student-teacher […]

Taiwan launches English-language TV chan...

TAIPEI, Oct 3 (Reuters) – Taiwan launched its first English-language news, lifestyle and entertainment television channel on Monday to give it a bigger international voice at a time when China is shrinking its footprint. island and seeks to assert its sovereignty. The government-backed TaiwanPlus started operations last year as a primarily online streaming platform and […]

Native Americans in North Dakota grapple...

FORT TOTTEN, ND — The message written on Denise Lajimodière’s bright orange shirt is brief and direct: “Federal Indian residential schools were genocide. It’s a sentiment the author and former professor at North Dakota State University has believed in for many years, but it’s only recently that the dark history of Native American boarding schools […]

Ecole Francaise Internationale Marbella:...

A French school on the Costa del Sol in Spain also offers Spanish and English lessons with the aim of making its students trilingual. The French International School Marbella (efim) is accepting registrations for its third year of operation. Managing director Rubi Cortes said the school on Calle Jacinto Benavente in Marbella offers “much more […]

Now Pakistan, speaking the language of A...

Islamabad: These days, Pakistan speaks the language of America, except for its evergreen friend, China. Pakistan’s finance minister has demanded a concession from China on the old debt at America’s request. To meet new lending requirements under the International Monetary Fund program, Pakistan needs a guarantee on old debt. Pakistan is to pay $2 billion […]

MFL: Does learning a language improve co...

When it was revealed earlier this year that enrollment had plummeted for GCSE Modern Foreign Languages, many teachers reacted with dismay. Talk to YourOfqual adviser Professor Robert Coe said languages ​​were in a “vicious cycle” of decline that could only be broken by policy change. “Do we think it is important that young people have […]

NIT may use local language as medium of ...

Oct 01, 2022 | 07:15 IST NIT may use local language as medium of instruction Team Herald PANJIM: The National Institute of Technology (NIT) Goa will explore the possibility of using the local language as a medium of instruction as outlined in the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. Addressing the 8th graduation ceremony, NIT Director […]

Google removed a map created by TERF to ...

Google Maps has removed a map that documented the locations of thousands of trans healthcare providers and other LGBTQ+ resources. The map, which was created by the so-called Gender Mapping Project, has raised concerns that it could be used to target providers and patients, especially now that such threats of violence have intensified in recent […]

Threat Actor Distributed Malware Via Liv...

A threat actor recently delivered malware via an installer containing a Trojan horse for a legitimate Comm100 desktop-based live chat application that is used by organizations around the world. The signed, trojan-protected installer was available for download on the official Comm100 website at least from September 27 until the morning of September 29, according to […]

Pandemic and apps fuel renewed interest ...

Oy, schlep, shpiel, schmuck, shtick and glitch. Yiddish words have long made their way into English, but the language, spoken by Ashkenazi Jews across Europe for more than a thousand years, was considered a dying language for decades after the Holocaust, during which two-thirds of European Jews were murdered by the Nazis and their collaborators. […]

Ojibwa Lessons as Elementary Building Bl...

Biik Allen was hired to be one of the first Ojibwa language instructors in the Louis Riel School Division, but she says elementary students make her feel more like a celebrity. “I love my job. The kids are always happy to see you. You’re like a rock star,” said Allen, who his colleagues and students […]

Palmerston North School cherishes its di...

WARWICK SMITH / Stuff Feagaiga Tuivaitupu, front, Isla Alefaio and Tiara Alefaio perform a traditional Tuvalu dance at Te Kura o Wairau for Tuvalu Language Week. Cherishing the languages ​​of other cultures is the hallmark of a school in Palmerston North. Te Kura o Wairau celebrated three language weeks this week: Tuvaluan, Fijian and Chinese. […]

Chinese JETs cherish Japan ties despite ...

At a time when bilateral relations between China and Japan remain strained, the personal relationships established by Chinese alumni of a Japanese government-backed exchange program have helped create bonds that would otherwise not exist. As the two nations celebrated the 50th anniversary of the normalization of diplomatic relations, former participants of the Japan Exchange and […]

Calculation and Recovery for Loss, Traum...

September 30, Friday, is Orange T-Shirt Day, named after a child who had her shiny new t-shirt removed on her first day at boarding school. The T-shirt, a gift from her grandmother, was never returned. The most official name for today is Indian Residential Schools Remembrance Day. It’s time to pause to remember the many […]

Mayor Harrell appoints AP Diaz as Seattl...

Seattle – Today, Mayor Bruce Harrell announced the appointment of Anthony-Paul (AP) Diaz as acting superintendent of Seattle Parks and Recreation. Diaz will lead the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation and advance Mayor Harrell’s agenda for clean, safe and accessible parks. Diaz is currently the CEO and Deputy CEO of the Los Angeles Department […]

From Costa Rica to Elon: the journey of ...

Nearly 2,000 miles from Elon University is a place Sylvia Muñoz calls home: Costa Rica. But after more than two decades of service to the university, she found another meaning to the word within the campus community. Muñoz’s Latino identity is not just a part of who she is, but is embedded in the work […]

Maltese Prime Minister visits EC languag...

The Malta-based society hosted the Prime Minister at its school as he was on an official visit to join the United Nations General Assembly where he spoke about prioritizing literacy and transforming education. #TransformingEducationSummit in #NEW YORK. There is a strong thirst for change and progress, as well as the will to act decisively. If […]

Phyllis Dawson on training horses and ri...

September 29, 2022 The Eventing Trainers Program: Phyllis Dawson on Training Horses and Riders Phyllis and Snowy River at the 1997 European Championships. USEA File Photo. Ninety percent of training a horse is getting the horse to understand exactly what you want it to do. In general, horses are generous, willing creatures who want to […]

This e-learning startup is empowering jo...

Sajitha, a mother of three, lost her husband Subash in an accident in 2017. Struggling with depression, Sajitha, 37, struggled to regain her life and support her family. It was then that she met Pradeep Mukathala, an educator at Hall.app, through a mutual friend. After taking a course at Entri.app, Sajitha was motivated to enter […]

Why this suburban school is working so h...

In Adelaide’s quiet, leafy suburb of Gilles Plains, the parking lot of the local mosque and adjacent school is teeming with children eager to learn the Uyghur language and culture. Kelara Zulpar stands outside her classroom door, a troop of excited kindergarteners bustling around her. About 100 children attend Sunday school and the classrooms are […]

Coffs Coast is part of the Top 100 green...

Giingan Gumbaynggirr Cultural Experience at Niigi Niigi (Sealy Lookout) in Orara East State Forest Sharing Gumbaynggirr culture and knowledge of the country across the Coffs Coast has secured the region a place on the list of the World’s Top 100 Green Destinations for 2022. Every year, the international sustainable tourism organization Green Destinations collects outstanding […]

September’s Diversity, Equity and Inclus

Photo submitted The U of A Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Divisionin partnership with colleges and campus units, including the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, celebrated diversity, equity and inclusion throughout September. The tradition of celebrating DEI in September began at the U of A in 2020, and now in […]

A universal language that helps dancers ...

The dance is dramatic, passionate and emotional. “I can just be myself and through dance I can tell a story and make people happy,” said Alina Villegas, Dancer of the Year at Garcia Dance Studio. Music is a universal language that speaks to the soul. “Our studio mainly focuses on flamenco. It’s a dance that […]

Apple transfers part of iPhone 14 produc...

Apple has started manufacturing iPhone 14s in India, as it moves some production out of China for the first time amid China’s Covid-19 pandemic lockdowns and geopolitical tensions between the US and the communist government of the country. A production line in Chennai has started operating, assembling the iPhone 14 for the Indian domestic market. […]

Do you want to support immigrant student...

Welcome centers whose staff reflect the culture and speak the languages ​​of immigrant students and families. Guided bus tours of school district neighborhoods. Even helping with international evacuations students. When it comes to supporting immigrant students, whether refugees or migrants, or the children of newly hired workers, school districts have come up with creative programs […]

USF volunteers help prepare the communit...

The University of South Florida is partnering with Hillsborough County and the Florida Department of Health to help with community emergency preparedness ahead of Hurricane Ian. The Hillsborough County Emergency Management Office has deployed the USF Community Emergency Response Team to prepare emergency shelters throughout the county. On Sunday, the team, which includes about 50 […]

Rural school gets creative to deal with ...

Chowan Middle School is about 15 minutes from the small town of Edenton. The road to get there crosses agricultural fields and runs parallel to the Chowan River, which branches off at Albemarle Sound. Here, students are settling into the routine of a new school year, but a shortage of qualified teachers persists. In her […]

Education officers embrace new Western A...

“I welcome incentive-based recruiting with great enthusiasm,” said Beatrice Balitenda, agent at Inspirations Center Uganda. “With the pandemic behind us, I’m glad business is back to normal.” The Western Australian government has announced that it will pay eligible officers A$1,000 per student enrolled at one of the state’s five universities, budgeting a total of $10 […]

School Board OKs purchase of paper | Ne...

It takes about a tractor-trailer full of paper to supply the Fort Dodge Community School District with the copy and printer paper it needs for the year. On Monday evening, the FDCSD Board of Education approved the purchase of this year’s paper stock, accepting a quote for $27,584 from OPC Direct, of Omaha. […]

University of Idaho issues memo warning ...

The University of Idaho has warned its employees not to provide reproductive health counseling, including abortion, to their students or risk losing their jobs or facing criminal charges. According to a memo from the university’s general counsel sent to all employees on Friday, Idaho law prohibits university employees from promoting, counseling or referring someone to […]

BSD Superintendent Search – September 26

The Bellevue School Board has adopted the ideal profile of the next superintendent as presented by Human Capital Enterprises, the recruiting firm hired by the Board, in a unanimous 5-0 vote at their regular meeting on September 22, 2023. The Ideal Profile of the Next Superintendent summarizes feedback from seven hundred and fifty-two (752) people […]

Pompeo in Kaohsiung for the forum

By Huang Liang-chieh, Ko Yu-hao and Kayleigh Madjar / Staff Journalists, with a Staff Writer Former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is due to deliver a speech at a business forum in Kaohsiung today to share his thoughts on Taiwan’s economic development and its role in the global economy. Organized by Chinese language Free […]

INS Tarkash arrives in Port Gentil, firs...

INS Tarkash in Port Gentil, Gabon | Courtesy: GDP New Delhi: Indian Navy warship INS Tarkash, which is currently deployed in the Gulf of Guinea for an anti-piracy operation, called at Port Gentil in Gabon, the Indian Navy announced on Monday (September 26th). This is the first visit of an Indian Navy ship to Gabon, […]

Clutch at the Bush Theater | Theater Cr...

Clutch at the Bush Theater | theater review September 26, 2022 Buckle up for Will Jackson Clutch – a one-hour feel-good ride centered on driving instructor Max (Geoffrey Aymer) and learner Tyler (Charlie Kafflynn). While the audience is confined to the Bush’s intimate studio space, both characters are largely confined to the front seats of […]

Doctoral student aims to become a model ...

Languages ​​have always fascinated William Mar, RN, MS. The Tan Chingfen Graduate School of Nursing doctoral student grew up speaking Cantonese at her New York home. For nearly 20 years he spoke the language of computers, working as a software developer for a mobile phone company. But when his job moved to Florida, Mar said […]

Community Profile: Celebrating Hispanic ...

Amy Roman, Kylee Bair and Elissa Campbell, eighth graders at Glenwood Springs Middle School, talk about classmate-designed posters of prominent members of the Hispanic community they made for Hispanic Heritage Month.Chelsea Independent/Post Independent Names mean a lot in Hispanic culture, so when students of Carbondale Middle School English Language Learner (ELL) teacher Grace De La […]

The Sonker Festival resumes after a 2-ye...

September 15, 2022 Mitchell Whitley – a Greensboro native and Raleigh resident – ​​visited Mount Airy earlier this year, spending a few hours on a Sunday afternoon in town. He also visited Elkin in the spring and more recently returned to Surry County to spend a few hours at Pilot Mountain – and he hopes […]

Some suburbs have low early literacy

While public school districts in major cities in Ohio did not meet early literacy standards on the latest state bulletinssome suburban school districts that performed well overall also did not perform well in this rating. Four suburban Franklin County school districts joined Columbus City schools with below-standard performance of their youngest students (kindergarten through third […]

An inside look at the Chinese influencer...

Fashion influencer and stylist Fil Xiaobai is the next to be welcomed into Jing Daily’s community of individuals shaping China’s booming luxury industry. These profiles spotlight industry leaders who contribute to national and global fashion communities, from creatives and influencers to business executives and entrepreneurs. “There are many fashion KOLs, but none of them are […]

Understanding the context is important f...

International students in the USA must understand the context and culture if they are to succeed in their studies, experts say. Understanding context means knowing the situation in which something is happening and the words that are used in context. specific situation. Dr. Susan Barone is director of the English Language Center at Vanderbilt University […]

Coast Guard Recruits Join DLIELC’s Echo

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – The first five Coast Guard recruits to train with the Defense Language Institute English Language Center here are honing their English skills over the next 10 to 24 weeks alongside DLIELC’s US Army Echo Company. The recruits, who speak English as a second language, arrived […]

China in Taiwan: “External interference”

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — China on Saturday underscored its commitment to its claim to Taiwan, telling world leaders that anyone who thwarts its resolve to reunite with the self-governing island will be “crushed by the wheels of history.” The language was forceful but, for Chinese leaders, well within the realm of normal. “Only when China […]

What you need to know: New laws on educa...

“This year’s legislative session is sure to be memorable – and not just because of the historic bipartisan budget deal. We’ve taken record revenues and sent a clear message about the future of our state: We’re ready and we can’t stop. – Governor Doug Ducey Governor Doug Ducey signed 387 bills into law during the […]

Video: Apple CEO Tim Cook Praises Dubai ...

Dubai: An Indian girl in Dubai who developed an iOS app for the iPhone at the age of eight and was praised by Apple CEO Tim Cook for her achievement at such a young age. Meet Hana Muhammad Rafeeq, now 9, who describes herself as “the youngest Apple iOS developer”. Although Gulf News could not […]

Youngkin criticizes Va’s school accredit

RICHMOND — That sounds like good news: Despite the intense challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, 89% of K-12 public schools in Virginia are fully accredited, up from 92% in the 2019-20 school year. But Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R), who won the job last year protesting extended school closures under Democrat Ralph Northam, greeted the accreditation […]

Superintendent balking at school committ...

EASTHAMPTON — Five years after pioneering the idea of ​​a bilingual program in city schools, school board member Laurie García is more determined than ever to see it happen, but the superintendent says he won’t there isn’t enough community interest in the district to offer it at this time. García first discussed setting up programming […]

Endorsement: Brenes and Gonez for the LA...

The Los Angeles Unified School District is at a time of turmoil, emerging from a COVID-19 pandemic that has taken dramatic toll on students, teachers, staff and their families, both academically and internationally. emotional. Academic performance has plummeted, with around 72% of students not meeting state standards in mathematics and about 58% not meeting standards […]

China blockade would be an act of war, T...

A Taiwan Coast Guard ship passes the coast of China, in waters off Nangan Island in Taiwan’s Matsu archipelago August 16, 2022. REUTERS/Ann Wang Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register TAIPEI, Sept 23 (Reuters) – A Chinese blockade of Taiwan or seizure of an offshore island would be considered an act of […]

Bay County NAACP speaks out against raci...

BAY COUNTY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – Members of the Bay County NAACP are speaking out about what they call racism in local schools and say they want something done about it. They held a Zoom press conference on Thursday afternoon to call for change. “The district has a responsibility to create a safe and secure learning […]

LanguageBird® ranks 16th among education

Inc. Logo 5000 This high ranking on the prestigious Inc. 5000 is emblematic of the great growth strides LanguageBird® has made during difficult times. NEW YORK (WEB PR) September 22, 2022 Inc. revealed that LanguageBird® is #16 among education-related companies and #892 overall on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of […]

Is your child getting a good reading edu...

Parents taking their young children to school for the first time may be excited about the books that line the walls of the classroom, but these collections of books don’t necessarily guarantee that their children will learn to read them. According to cognitive scientist and reading expert Pamela Snow, parents might be surprised to learn […]

Phil Pan is our next international edito...

We gave Phil a mandate for his new role: to take our amazing global operation to the next level. He won’t do it alone. In Greg Winter, the international editor, he will partner with a remarkable journalist, who deserves as much credit for the bureau’s achievements in recent years as Michael, and who has been […]

Say goodbye to the “mommy tiger”. Welco

IIt was practicing the violin, in the end, that broke me. I got hung up, last year, through conflicting extracurricular activities involving frantic taxi rides between venues, so we were never there on time. I sucked in the complaints of my children who would have preferred to be at home. I have invested huge sums […]

As Russia retreats, one question remains...

Written by Andrew E. Kramer and Maria Varenikova Russian officials came to Ina Mandryka with a simple proposal: if she agreed to open her school in a city in occupied territory and teach in Russian, she would be promoted from deputy director to director. For Mandryka, it was an easy choice. “I refused,” she said. […]

“Banned Books Week:” why some books are

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – The Hunger Games, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Diary of Anne Frank are just some of the 1,600 books nationwide that have been threatened with removal from libraries. The American Library Association is taking the opportunity to highlight these novels through what is called Banned Books Week. Inside Lexington Central Library, […]

DEM ANNOUNCES LAUNCH OF NATIONAL SCHOOL ...

The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management is pleased to announce the launch of the National School Archery Program. The National Archery in Schools Program (NASP®) promotes the instruction of International Style Target Archery as a school curriculum for students in grades four through high school, typically taught in the part of a physical education […]

Everyone is invited to the Chinese Langu...

Andy Brew / Stuff The birthday girl, 6-year-old Julie Wang, said she was looking forward to performing at the Chinese Language Week celebrations. The Chinese community in Marlborough invited all of the region’s diverse cultures to join them on Sunday for a special event to celebrate Chinese Language Week in New Zealand. A Kiwi-led initiative […]

Ministry finalizes draft law on transiti...

The new draft would exclude the use of languages ​​other than Estonian as the language of instruction in schools, an option that was previously possible, if approved by the school board and local authorities. The draft also includes an amendment to the current law, which defines Estonian-language schools as all those where 60% of education […]

Asian health care in Philadelphia is sca...

In the lobby of a South Philadelphia medical clinic, the phrase “welcome” is written on the wall in 30 languages. The word appears in Chinese, Hindi and Thai, as well as other less spoken languages in the USA. Philadelphia has nearly 80,000 residents born in South, Southeast, or South-Central Asia, but the Hansjörg Wyss Wellness […]

How to manage change in a company

Kate Mavor took over as Chief Executive of English Heritage, which is responsible for the preservation and upkeep of more than 400 historic monuments, buildings and places across the country, in 2015 – a watershed moment for the institution. His role was to oversee the splitting of the old Quango government into two branches, one, […]

Instructor Melissa Kate Adams-Silva shar...

Adams-Silva (far left) poses with the team behind the College’s first-ever ASL class. (Photo courtesy of Melissa Kate Adams-Silva.) In the 1890s, Paul Hubbard, a quarterback at Gallaudet University, a deaf college in Washington, DC, gathered his team around him in a tight circle. Using this formation, he could communicate with his teammates without the […]

4 students win Gilman scholarships to st...

Maria Teresa Reynel With the heart of an artist, Maria Teresa “Maite” Reynel, 41, has only one goal: to become an art educator. Reynel is a full-time working single mother who decided to go back to school and graduate. She is currently part of the accelerated Masters in Arts Education program, working toward a Bachelor’s […]

Is federal funding for immigrant student...

Year after year, more and more immigrant students have enrolled in American schools after arriving from Latin America, Afghanistan, Ukraine and elsewhere, all with needs that go beyond supports. educational. That’s why researchers and advocates want to improve the federal funding mechanism to support districts with an influx of immigrant children and youth. They seek […]

How to send emojis with Siri on an iPhon...

With iOS 16, you can insert and send an emoji using Siri by saying the name of the emoji you want, such as “smiley face emoji”. Emojis can be inserted into any iPhone app that supports text dictation with Siri. Refer to a list of emojis like this one on Emojipedia to see the official […]

US-China tensions over Taiwan are high. ...

Text size Taiwan is a major flashpoint in US-China relations. Sam Yeh/AFP/Getty Images China’s recent sanctions against Boeing and Raytheon Technologies leaders in response to arms sales to Taiwan are probably just the beginning. Tensions between the United States and China are on a dangerous path, but investors in multinational stocks may not feel the […]

‘No incentive for companies that do not

In a bid to promote Kannada, the Karnataka government, led by the Bharatiya Janata Party, has proposed that companies that do not prioritize kannadigas (a resident citizen who speaks the language) in jobs will not be eligible. promotional offers and incentives. The proposal has been included in the Comprehensive Kannada Language Development Bill, which is […]

Bulawayo schools introduce Chinese langu...

Some schools in Bulawayo are about to introduce the Chinese language, Mandarin, as a subject. Montrose High School and Nkulumane High School are in the process of finalizing this introduction. This will make them the first public schools to teach the language. Schools are expected to start teaching Mandarin early next year. Bulawayo schools introduce […]

Stevens Point students learn about Hmong...

STEVENS POINT — A new one-year elective class aimed at helping Hmong students connect to their heritage was launched this year at Stevens Point Area Senior High. The course focuses on teaching students to read, write, and improving their Hmong language skills and pronunciation, as well as learning about Hmong culture and history. “I wish […]

Pentagon pronouns and illegitimate “leth

In 1932, Lieutenant-Colonel Bernard Montgomery – who a decade later had the task of building the first modern British army in a century – began an assignment as an instructor at the Staff College in Quetta (later Pakistan). Few months passed before Monty began to make a strong impression on his students, one of whom […]

City officials surprised by latest attem...

Some Evanston officials argued that an easement agreement would alter the appearance of the 10th hole and adversely affect the Canal Shores golf course. Credit: Bob Seidenberg Members of Evanston City Council have registered an objection to the latest attempt by a Wilmette landowner to seek an easement over part of the Canal Shores golf […]

Reviews | Biden’s 60-minute statement d

Just in case anyone missed it the first three times, President Biden again said for the record on Sunday that the United States would respond militarily to a Chinese invasion of Taiwan. In fact, his response to a hypothetical question from CBS News’ Scott Pelley was more unequivocal than previous assurances he had given in […]

Achieving mental health equity means ove...

Health equity and social determinants research seeks to understand disparities and influence real change, but the national data collection systems that investigators rely on for their work are incomplete and hardwired for racism. structural, Shale Wong, MD, told attendees of the 10th Annual Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute Academic Summit Sept. 14.

East Baton Rouge School Board wins elect...

A state appeals court has agreed that the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board did not violate state law by dividing three precincts on the nine-member electoral map the board approved of accuracy in May. The decision does not affect the November 8 election, but it does not end the case either. Plaintiffs can still […]

Puerto Rico Recruitment Brings Pair of M...

When Lesliean Luna, a teacher for nearly 20 years in Puerto Rico, was approached by a friend to attend an educator recruitment session for a school district in Virginia, she says she agreed to go out of curiosity. Two weeks later, Luna had decided to uproot her life and take a job teaching the Spanish […]

Touro University Celebrates Six Maimonid...

Touro University School of Health Sciences 2022 Maimonides Prize Winners This week, six students representing four health science programs within Touro University’s School of Health Sciences received distinguished Maimonides Awards at the school’s annual commencement ceremony. Held at the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts in Brookville, New York on September 13ethese outstanding students have […]

Yeshiva University suspends student club...

Yeshiva University is suspending undergraduate student club activities after the Supreme Court refused to uphold a court order requiring the university to recognize an LGBTQ student club. The university sent an email indicating the action as it “takes steps to follow the roadmap provided by the Supreme Court of the United States to protect (the […]

New Theater Classes and Workshops for Pa...

Newtown Parks & Recreation recently announced a new series of acting classes and workshops set to begin later this month. These classes will be part of the season program and event offerings. Theater programs will be conducted by Inspiring Acting Studio, located on the first floor of Edmond Town Hall. Inspiring Acting Studio was created […]

Many refugees struggling with trauma fac...

As a young boy living in what was then Zaire, Bertine Bahige remembers watching refugees flee the Rwandan genocide in 1994 by crossing a river that forms the border between the two central African countries. “I didn’t know it would be me a few years later,” Bahige said. Bahige’s harrowing journey as a refugee began […]

President Biden says US troops would def...

President Biden reconfirmed that US troops would defend Taiwan if attacked by China, the clearest recent statement Biden has ever made let it be known how far the United States would go to support Taiwan militarily. In an interview with CBS’s “60 Minutes” that aired Sunday night, Biden told host Scott Pelley that the United […]

Teacher fluent in other languages ​​reco

Every Monday evening, Charlotte Robinson makes the 1.5-hour round trip from her home in the former Tutira School, about 45 kilometers north of Napier, to attend a weekly te reo Māori class. Read this story in Te Reo Maori and English here. / Pānuitia tēnei i te reo Māori me te reo Pākehā ki konei. […]

Theater Review: “Circle Mirror Transform

The cast of “Circle Mirror Transformation”. Photo by Harvey Levine. Co-produced by Bill Hurlbut and Tristan Poje and directed by Rob Gorman, Annie Baker’s “Circle Mirror Transformation” follows a six-week acting class in a small town in Vermont. The class is small – only five members including the instructor, Marty (Mara Rosenberg) and her husband, […]

Keeping Indigenous Languages ​​Alive: Te

Language and culture are closely linked all over the world. But in Canada, three out of four Indigenous languages ​​still spoken here are endangered, according to the federal government. In Saskatchewan, two professors from the First Nations University of Canada are among those helping to reclaim Indigenous languages ​​and therefore Indigenous cultures. For the past […]

At Harvard of China, something brand nak...

A view of Yang Meng’s Yiddish class at Peking University. Courtesy of Yang Meng By PJ Grisar September 18, 2022 More than 30 students gathered for the first Yiddish class at Peking University in Beijing – and, according to its instructor, the first Yiddish class ever taught in China. On the evening of September 7, […]

Yiyun Li: “I’m Not That Nice, Friendly C

In 2005, a new literary star emerged with a collection of short stories that immediately began raking in awards. Yiyun Li was a 33-year-old Peking University science graduate, a former math prodigy who emigrated from China to the United States to study immunology and took up creative writing with the aim of to improve his […]

New piece shines a light on Pennsylvania...

After nearly a decade in development, ‘Mushroom’ premieres this weekend at People’s Light and Theater in Malvern, through October. People’s Light commissioned Davis to write it as part of its New Play Frontiers program, in which the company commissions nationally acclaimed playwrights to write original works based on local communities in the area around Malvern. […]

The Benefits of Transferring Colleges Wh...

It was around this time in September – my first month at college many years ago – that I realized I had chosen the wrong school. Some recently arrived undergraduates are now having similar thoughts, in part because of pandemic confusion. There is an obvious solution: transfer somewhere else. It may seem scary and difficult. […]

Spotsylvania superintendent’s vote shows

Within five minutes of the start of the school board meeting on Friday night, several board members were yelling at each other. Within five minutes, a member of the jury’s attempt to speak was repeatedly interrupted by another member. saying out loud, “That’s disgusting” and “Shame on you” and “Shame, shame, shame”. Chaos ensued when […]

“I can’t stand all the scrolling, clicki

Darragh Ó Caoimh (23) is from Kanturk, Co Cork and is a recent graduate of UCC’s Law and Irish programme. Soon to be in the United States to teach Irish at the University of Montana as part of a Fulbright Award, Darragh will co-present Junior Eurovision on TG4, starting tonight at 8:30 p.m. What is […]

Chinatown’s ‘Moon Festival’ returns in p

A pair of toddlers stayed close to their mother as they watched transfixed as the satin animals with open mouths and blinking eyes raced down North 10th Street to the beat of a martial drum beat in a dance of the traditional lion. The Mid-Autumn Festival returned to Chinatown on Saturday, live and on the […]

Group aims to open language immersion ch...

FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — In the spacious basement of her Urbana home, Li Zhou caught the eye of the preschoolers lying on the carpet in front of her. She read them a picture book about kindness. The book was written in English, but before turning each page, Zhou addressed the children in Mandarin Chinese, describing […]

Colonel Jason Hansberger achieves high r...

SHELL LAKE — Colonel Jason Hansberger, son of Shell Lake’s Bruce and Rowie Hansberger, is quick to credit others for his recent promotion to colonel in the U.S. Air Force, a rank only 2% of officers achieve . Nor did he plan to be the pilot of Air Force Two, the plane in which the […]

Mother Tongue Teaching for Overseas Viet...

A Vietnamese class in Yekaterinburg (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – Vietnamese lessons for Overseas Vietnamese (OV), especially young people peopleare gaining popularity. For more than 5.3 million overseas Vietnamese living in more than 130 countries and territories around the world, the Vietnamese language is a way for them to preserve their traditional culture and establish […]

Instructors and comedians educate the di...

During Deaf Awareness Month, the Deaf community speaks out about the diversity within it as well as the challenges each member faces. MEMPHIS, Tenn. — For every 1,000 children born in the United States, two out of three have some level of hearing loss, according to the National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. […]

Dubard School celebrates “Black and Gold

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WDAM) – Southern Miss football players met some of their youngest and most dedicated fans one-on-one on Friday, September 16. Golden Eagle football players, cheerleaders, dance team members and Seymour visited students at the University of Southern Mississippi’s Dubard School for Language Disorders. It was all part of the school’s annual “Black and […]

Vancouver candidates allowed to use non-...

Breadcrumb Links New Local News Judge James Wingham decided to adjourn the case on Friday to an unspecified date after the election. Cinnamon Bhayani, a candidate for Vancouver alderman, in court on Friday to hear whether she can use non-Latin names on the ballot. Photo by Francis Georgian /PNG Content of the article Vancouver candidates […]

Maori Language Week: Canterbury’s Ara In

But that wasn’t necessarily the case in Christchurch and many other areas, he said. “I’m not saying it’s limited to the South Island – it’s in pockets everywhere, I believe,” Lenihan said. “We saw that a bit in the news in… Tauranga, with the bilingual signs on Mauao are vandalized – and it’s a high […]

KimStim Acquires North American Rights t...

EXCLUSIVE: New York-based arthouse distributor KimStim has acquired all North American rights to Huang Ji and Ryuji Otsuka’s third feature film, Stone wallwhich recently premiered in the Giornate Degli Autori section of this year’s Venice Film Festival. Part of a trilogy that focuses on the struggles of young women in contemporary China, the Chinese-language film […]

US $78 billion bill for teaching English...

The wave of arrivals at the southern border is further straining the education system, increasing demand for special English lessons that already cost taxpayers $78 billion a year, an immigration watchdog warns. A study by the American Federation for Immigration Reform (FAIR) indicates that the crisis at the border and the influx of unaccompanied minors […]

World-class performer Steven Wang on dis...

In the United States, world-class dancer Steven Wang discovers the true depth of his art and its power to tell the stories of the voiceless on stage It had been a few months since Steven Wang had spoken to his parents, located on the other side of the world in China. He knew that every […]

Vancouver applicants in court case over ...

VANCOUVER — The City of Vancouver says none of the municipal candidates named in a lawsuit by its Chief Electoral Officer will be disqualified, whether or not a judge agrees to remove names in non-Latin characters from ballots. . Rosemary Hagiwara had asked the provincial court to decide whether 15 candidates should be allowed to […]

Principal of new Mountain View Elementar...

Clare Hill is the new principal of Mountain View Elementary. (Katie Anastas/Alaska Public Media) Sovanna Mireles has been in 5th grade for less than a month, but she already feels accomplished. His name is on the reading tree in the hallway of Mountain View Elementary School. “It feels good,” said the 10-year-old. “I’m really proud […]

Department of Justice Reaches Agreement ...

The Department of Justice today announced a settlement agreement with New Bedford Public Schools to resolve the department’s investigation into the school district’s practices in communicating with parents and guardians with limited language proficiency. English, including speakers of K’iche’, an indigenous Maya language. Among other measures, the district will implement effective measures to correctly identify […]

SCCC Foundation Party auction this Satur...

Fall is in the air, and so is the anticipation for the 28th Annual Seward County Community College Foundation Auction. The fall festival, scheduled for September 17, provides an evening of well-being for a good cause, with proceeds going to SCCC student scholarships and programs. “We are really excited about this year’s event,” said Sarah […]

No Chinese and Persian characters on bal...

Vancouver’s Chief Electoral Officer has filed a court application seeking a declaration that 15 candidates in the upcoming municipal elections are barred from having their names on ballots using Chinese, Persian or other characters not Latin. Rosemary Hagiwara filed the petition in provincial court on Tuesday, naming the respondents who include Nonpartisan Association mayoral candidate […]

Brendan Schaub rips Dana White after rec...

Dana White, UFC 279 press conference Credit: Gabriel Gonzalez/Cageside Press Dana White continued to expose those who cycled conspiracy theories surrounding the circumstances of the UFC 279 card shuffle – and former UFC heavyweight Brendan Schaub isn’t too happy to be pointed at the finger. After Tuesday’s episode of Dana White’s Contender series, the UFC […]

‘A testament to the quality of our progr

By Greg Varner Life at George Washington University Institute of Middle Eastern Studies (IMES) was sweetened recently by the award of federal grants from the U.S. Department of Education’s Title VI programs, pledging the institute a total of $2.1 million over four years to support outreach from the public and scholarships. Housed at the Elliott […]

Citizens of Saint Lucia take the first-e...

Citizens of Saint Lucia take the first-ever Chinese as a foreign language test held in the Caribbean St. LUCIA: Eleven Saint Lucians received their certificates on Friday, September 9, 2022, after taking the Chinese as a Foreign Language (TOCFL) test. They are:Nillan SamuelJoycelyne NelsonLeonard Arthur Jamal RobinsonArlene Jacil Danirla BoodhaJeelan Nakiba AlfredChrisa MaximinEybhee BustleLea DavidGerma […]

The EMSB unveils its strategy on the mai...

On the eve of a provincial election, which will take place on October 3, the English Montreal School Board will engage with candidates to advance important issues related to public education. As an educational exercise, the EMSB will organize a bilingual virtual information session on Tuesday afternoon, September 20 at 1 p.m. which will be […]

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The New Zealand China Friendship Society (NZCFS) annual Chinese Language Week competitions will culminate next week, bringing several hundred students from the Bay of Plenty to Tauranga Intermediate. Scheduled for Thursday, September 22, the competitions are designed for students to learn more about China, Chinese culture and have a chance to win ‘book vouchers donated […]

New Mexico Department of Public Educatio...

The New Mexico Department of Public Education said it reduced paperwork requirements for teachers by 41% and administrative burdens for school districts and charters by 34%. Both thresholds exceed what the department was asked to do in an executive order signed by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham in May, which called for a 25% reduction in […]

Here’s your last chance to learn a langu

Whether you want to explore new cultures or improve your CV, language learning can be a very rewarding experience. Babbel makes it easier than ever, with interactive lessons in 14 different languages. Right now, you can get lifetime access to this top-notch app for just $199 (Reg. $499) at 9to5Toys Specials. Many of us have […]

Perhat Tursun’s ‘The Backstreets’ detail

Columbia University Press Columbia University Press Years of relentless investigation and courageous whistleblowers have provided compelling evidence of one of the worst human rights abuses of our time: the extrajudicial detention and imprisonment of at least hundreds of thousands of Uyghurs from strain in the western Xinjiang region of China since 2017. Much of this […]

How CJ Abrams became fluent as a Spanish...

When the Washington Nationals infield met at the mound for a pitching change on Friday, most of the players gathered there grew up in Spanish-speaking countries. Mexico native Joey Meneses was playing first base. Second baseman Luis García was born in New York but spent most of his childhood in the Dominican Republic. César Hernández, […]