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Venezuelan Journalists Urged to Join Fac...

Venezuelan journalists are encouraged to learn how to use the latest tools to verify content and demystify misinformation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, UNESCO and Medianálisis are offering a webinar on the topic for journalists from the South American country on May 17, 2022. Registration is open for […]

BUSINESS MONDAY: Dave’s Driving School

PITTSFIELD — Dave Coco’s passion for teaching spans nearly five decades. In the early 1970s, he was employed by Pittsfield Public Schools as a math teacher with a side gig running the district’s driver training program. When Proposition 2½ arrived – imposing tax caps and cutting public programs across the Commonwealth – he was fired. […]

Mississippi Poet Laureate Catherine Pier...

STARKVILLE, Ms. — Catherine Pierce tries to start each lesson with a question. Something like, but not specifically, “Would you rather be a spy shepherd – a shepherd who’s also a spy, not to be confused with shepherd’s pie – or a super agent who’s a dog but really bad at math? “ This particular […]

NPR veterans deliver a tour de force of ...

Refugees fleeing Ukraine arrive at the border station in Zahony, Hungary. Getty Images It’s been almost three months now Russia invaded Ukraine, and much of the latest news coverage has been hopelessly predictable. It’s as if every day, foreign correspondents still share news another Russian atrocity. Or, outnumbered Ukrainian defenders still hanging on. From a […]

Mississippi poet laureate wants to share...

Starkville, Miss. (AP) — Catherine Pierce tries to start each of her classes with a question. Something like, but not specifically, “Would you rather be a spy shepherd – a shepherd who’s also a spy, not to be confused with shepherd’s pie – or a super agent who’s a dog but really bad at math? […]

2022 Michaela Romano Scholarship Winners...

2022 Michaela Romano Scholarship Winners Announced by WIU-Quad Cities College Faculty of Arts and Sciences May 13, 2022 MOLINE, IL — Fourteen years ago, members of the faculty of arts and sciences at Western Illinois University – Quad Cities began awarding the annual Michaela Romano Scholarship, and the streak remains unbroken. While the prize has […]

Teachers react to Georgia law limiting t...

In Georgia, black educators are discouraged. They are insulted. Above all, they are crazy. A new law, signed by Republican Gov. Brian Kemp, prohibits teachers from teaching students about race and racism. According to the text of HB 1084, this includes any discussions that “the United States of America is fundamentally racist”, “any other form […]

Here’s what experts say you should do wi

My favorite photo of my dad from his 1957 bar mitzvah shows him, in a tuxedo but clearly prepubescent, proudly holding a sign that reads, “Today I am a man.” The bar or bat mitzvah as an overnight transition to adulthood – while significant – is an idea that has long amused true adults, parents […]

Riz Ahmed and Jessie Buckley to Star in ...

EXCLUSIVE: Jessie Buckley, Oscar nominee (The lost girl) and Oscar winner Riz Ahmed (The long goodbye) joined Christos Nikou (Apples) expected debut feature in English Nailswe can reveal. FilmNation kicks off sales on the hot package at the Cannes market next week and co-represents US rights with CAA Media Finance and WME Independent. Nikou’s hailed […]

Action, not words – J&K judokas shine at

Bashir Ahmed Dar from Jammu and Kashmir has not dreamed that there will come a day when the future of his daughter, Rakshinda Mehak, will be anything but bleak after she and her brother were born with complete disorders of hearing and speech. Yet the years roll on and 25-year-old Rakshinda was a key participant […]

Learn the world’s most popular coding la

Python is the preferred coding language for programmers. Photo: Cult of Mac Deals Learning to code is extremely useful – and surprisingly fun once you get the hang of it. And one of the most popular languages ​​in the world is Python. This coding language is manageable for beginners and has a wide range of […]

How ‘Beijing Seine’ is becoming a romant

Liangma River Photo: VCG Riding the flat-bottomed river barges that meander through the Liangma River, which is lined with willow trees and reflects the blue sky, many Beijing residents, who have been prevented from traveling due to COVID epidemic prevention measures -19, had the illusion that they were gently gliding along the Seine in Paris. […]

Pottery students exhibit their work at t...

By SCOTT MCKIE BP One-feather staff The art of Cherokee pottery is alive and well and moving in the 21st century with renewed vigour. Students in a class called Traditional Pottery for Beginners, tau A pot by Lori Reed was one of the pieces featured in a pottery exhibit held at the Cherokee Indian Museum […]

Georgia Southern Program Asks for Voice ...

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) — You’ve heard of blood drives, food drives and even hair drives. But did you know that you can give your voice to those who have lost theirs? The Georgia Southern University RiteCare Center for Communication Sciences and Disorders is in the midst of the center’s second annual voice command, collecting voice […]

Husker’s college journey guided by mento

Mentorship, both given and received, has been a hallmark of Kristlin Mogensen Bright’s college experience. Bright will receive his master’s degree in counseling psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln commencement ceremonies on May 13. She will soon begin her career as a licensed psychotherapist in private practice. While pursuing her master’s degree, she served as […]

Changes have arrived for the school boar...

SENECA — The Seneca School Board meeting on Monday night began with a major statement from longtime board chairman Mark Johnson. As the board prepared to reorganize the body after the recent election, Johnson opened the meeting with his announcement. “I love this school,” Johnson said. “And I want to make the best decision for […]

Patricia Lillian Reading 1943-2022 • Pas

The Reading family and friends have lost a loving and extremely talented speech therapist who had a big heart and an infectious laugh. She also had a passion for bringing people together, either to help someone solve a problem or to bring friends and family together for lively conversations, great food and, of course, the […]

“Giữ Gìn Sự Trong Sáng Của Tiếng Việt”:

I would like to acknowledge the support and inspiration of Vietnamese professor/guest lecturer Trần Diễm Trang from the Department of East Asian Studies, without whose tireless work this article would not have been possible. From 1558 until the Japanese occupation in 1940, the city of Tint was the seat of power of Imperial Vietnam. Vietnam […]

Write more easily in your second languag...

Writing successfully in your second language can be difficult, but you won’t have to worry about it anymore, especially for work or business. Fatih Sen, an aspiring innovator and entrepreneur with a background in computer-related fields, solve this pain with MagicNotea startup he created recently. MagicNote is an AI-powered online writing aid that promises to […]

Dance studio-turned-school in Warrenton ...

May 2 – WARRENTON – As the echoes of students practicing Spanish play out of one classroom, the click of others refining their tap dancing comes out of another. Integrating dance and academics has been Denele Sweet’s vision since turning her dance studio into a performing arts school during the coronavirus pandemic. Encore Academy, which […]

Yokohama Helps Ukrainian Children Learn ...

Myroslava Muliavka, a 6-year-old girl evacuated from Ukraine to Japan, center, is seen during a class at Himawari, a facility for children of foreign origin to learn Japanese, in this photo taken in the Naka neighborhood from Yokohama on April 21, 2022. (Mainichi/Mami Miyajima) YOKOHAMA — The […]

FHSU Alumni Association Announces Nomine...

HAYS – The nominees for the top three launch awards have been announced by the Fort Hays State University Alumni Association. Twenty-one senior graduates were nominated for the 2022 Torch Award, the highest student honor, and 28 faculty members were nominated by members of the Class of 2022 for the Pilot Award for Outstanding Faculty […]

FAA Issued Tail Rotor Advisory Same Day ...

ELBA — A federal warning about tail rotor issues with Bell 429 helicopters was issued the same day as Tuesday’s fatal Mercy Flight crash off Norton Road. The Federal Aviation Administration issued an updated Airworthiness Directive requiring inspection of the tail rotor pitch linkage assemblies and replacement of some of the related bearings. Its wording […]

Set up a quiz using Respondus Monitor | ...

To use Respondus Monitor (the webcam feature of LockDown Browser), additional settings are required in the LockDown Browser settings. Step 1: Follow the instructions to set up a quiz using LockDown Browser. 2nd step: To select Require Respondus Monitor for this exam below Surveillance section to require all students to use a webcam during the […]

CBS Show ‘Come Dance With Me’ launches c

(CBS4)- In the new CBS show “come dance with me“Moms and dads take the stage with their talented children. The show features choreography by Cassidy Noblett, and now you have the chance to learn some of her moves right here in Colorado. “Come Dance with Me” is in collaboration with Groov3, a hip-hop dance workout. […]

Stay safe in the water | News

According to the CDC, drowning is the leading cause of death for children between the ages of one and four. As more people head to the water to cool off this summer, it’s important to take the necessary precautions to stay safe. “We live in an area that has a lot of water, a lot […]

Saugerties Central School District to Se...

The Saugerties Central School District (SCSD) will seek voter approval on a budget of $66,426,716 for the 2022-23 school year, a decrease of $110,249 from the 2021-22 spending plan. Since presenting a draft budget in mid-March, the district has also reduced the tax levy increase from 2.7% to 2.36%. “Overall, the budget is lower than […]

First Digital Academy students score 91%...

The first cohort of Digital Skills Academy students received Python Institute certifications, achieving a 91% pass rate on their exams. Their certificates were given to them by Albert Isola, the Minister for Digital and Financial Services. “I was thrilled to present the certifications to the 10 successful students,” Mr. Isola said. “I am committed to […]

Two Teams of KCC Students Qualify for St...

“One of the things I love about KCC is having students present tangible prototypes and show how they will impact the community – that’s a big difference. Something that shows tangible results and that could be brought to market quickly and have an immediate impact on the community – Juan Barraza, InventOR Director KLAMATH FALLS […]

All-female Zimbabwe Rangers fight poache...

Hurungwe, Zimbabwe — The Akashinga unit offers a rare chance for poor and marginalized women, like school dropouts and victims of abuse, to build a career and protect nature Akashinga’s unit aims to save wildlife and empower women Ranger jobs provide good income for poor women Some criticize nature conservation the army way Sharai Tunhira […]

Learn to communicate in a new language w...

on April 25, 2022 | Subject: Offers StackCommerce The following content is brought to you by ZDNet partners. If you purchase a product featured here, we may earn an affiliate commission or other compensation. According to the Communication Service for the Deaf, up to one million people in North America use sign language. This makes […]

Caroline Cooper | Jamaicans don’t own r

Many Jamaicans have been taunting each other on social media because American band SOJA won the Grammy earlier this month for ‘Best Reggae Album’. The highest rated album title is beauty in silence. Angry Jamaicans should listen to this message. A nice silence, rather than an ugly outrage, would have been a much more appropriate […]

Six Nations Polytechnic Celebrates Accre...

Breadcrumb Links News Local News Rebecca Jamieson, president and CEO of Six Nations Polytechnic in Brantford, Ont., speaks at an event Friday to celebrate the school’s Indigenous accreditation through the Indigenous Council on Higher Education and skills. Photo by Brian Thompson /The exhibitor Content of the article BRANTFORD A two-year celebration took place Friday at […]

Learn the fundamentals of Nihongo

Do you want to learn Japanese to better understand and appreciate Japanese culture and history? Is Japan just on your must-visit list? Sunshine Place and multilingual instructor María Gladys Tomas will offer the fundamentals of nihongo in a 15-session workshop every Saturday starting today. Whether you’re an adventurer looking for your next destination or a […]

ATC will host a Marketplace event | Loc...

MURRAY — The inaugural Technical English IV Marketplace event will take place on Wednesday, April 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. at the Murray-Calloway County Area Technology Center. The event will feature student-produced items for the first time and will be available for purchase by silent auction, open to the public, with proceeds going […]

CU executive receives MLK leadership awa...

Dr. John Chowning, Executive Assistant to the President for Government, Community, and Constituent Relations at Campbellsville University, is the recipient of the 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award from Kentucky Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. State Commission. The commission presents the Leadership Award to individuals who embody King’s life and work and who […]

Why a South Carolina University is Hosti...

South Carolina students munched on poutine and pineapple pizza on Wednesday as they enjoyed a selection of Canadian films in French and English. Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina has become the new international hub for Reel Canada’s National Canadian Film Day, an annual celebration of Canadian cinema. “The student body here really doesn’t […]

Wednesday is Chinese Language Day

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — April 20 is Chinese Language Day. It is intended to highlight the impact the language has had in global culture. At Texas A&M University Corpus Christi, the instructor for the Basic Chinese Language course said students learn by speaking Chinese during class. Teach you something that you don’t regularly learn on […]

GM Licensed Self-Driving Instructor

General Motors has filed a patent for a driver training system which uses a vehicle’s in-vehicle sensing equipment to determine how well a novice motorist behaves behind the wheel. The goal is to provide driver training without the help of a real-life instructor. Instead, the self-driving vehicle limits the amount of control offered to the […]

Pamplin Media Group – This is a positive

Ben Seely, a seventh-grader from Crook County Middle School, broadcast a simple message: “Have a nice day!” for several weeks with his house sign On school mornings, Ben Seely is easy to spot. Amid a rush of middle schoolers exiting buses, he stands on the sidewalk at the southwest corner of the school property, hoisting […]

College graduate employee strike FAQ – T

The following was shared with the Bloomingtonian over the weekend: American Association of University Teachers Indiana University Bloomington ChapterThe Web: https://aaup.sitehost.iu.edu E-mail: [email protected]Indiana University graduate workers strikeFACULTY FAQs1. Why are Indiana graduate workers planning a strike?Graduate employees have worked hard for more than three years to end fees and bring their allowances in line with […]

Whistler welcomes refugees from war-torn...

Shah Hussaini Ghulami left Afghanistan at the age of 16. Eight years later, he finally has a place he can call home. While all eyes are on the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and efforts are underway to bring Ukrainian refugees to Whistler, the resort is still doing its part to house refugees from other parts […]

Panel discusses media coverage of Los An...

Connie Chung Joe, CEO of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, said the media’s framing of Korean and Black communities provided little to no context surrounding the systemic racism and oppression both communities faced before Saigu. (Imagen Munkhbayar | Daily Trojan) Content Warning: This article contains references to violence. On March 16, 1991, Latasha Harlins, a 15-year-old […]

US Official: Russian Warship Hit by Ukra...

A senior US defense official has said the United States believes the Russian guided missile cruiser that sank in the northern Black Sea on Thursday was hit by at least one Ukrainian anti-ship missile, as claimed the Kyiv government. Pentagon officials previously said they could not confirm the Ukrainian claim, but they did not refute […]

For Deaf Patients in Connecticut, Shorta...

Deaf residents report frequent problems with sign language interpretation in Connecticut hospitals and healthcare facilities, which hinders their ability to fully understand medical care. And although remote video interpretation services are widely available in Connecticut hospitals, patients have reported mixed experiences with the technology. The problems persist more than 30 years after the passage of […]

Las Vegas firearms instructor defends ‘r

A gun safety instructor who told black members of a Las Vegas class to ‘lick the chicken fat’ [their] fingers before firing”, denies that he was being racist, saying his presentation was intended to “shock the system” so that attendees would remember “an important safety rule”. At the annual Vegas CCW event at the Clark […]

A new direction for the Kern Arts Counci...

If change is the order of the day, then the Kern Arts Council is full steam ahead. With the appointment of a new CEO earlier this year and a new team on board, the organization is poised to shake up the local arts scene. Seismic change is less about anarchy and more about democracy, according […]

judge Buckley last day Bench Friday

Metropolitan News-Corporate Wednesday, April 13, 2022 Page 1 The last day of the judge on the bench Buckley’s Friday Praise Draw As jurist Court Outstanding Service By a MetNews staff writer The judge of the Superior Court of Los Angeles, Daniel J. Buckley, who led his court as judge president in 2017 and 2018, will […]

TN fights for English, provides language...

Although the state government plans to set up English labs in 6,000 public schools, lack of specialists and lack of innovation in teaching may be barriers Experts say teachers should go the extra mile to develop their students’ language skills. Photo: iStock At a time when Tamils ​​are vehemently protesting Home Minister Amit Shah’s remark […]

Inclusive education: a benefit for all

The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act 2016 (RPWD) defines inclusive education as “a system of education in which students with and without disabilities learn together and the teaching and learning system is adapted to meet the learning needs of different types of students with disabilities”. ‘. In an equitable and inclusive classroom, every student […]

Monique Whorton for District 4 School Bo...

Why did you decide to run for this position? I want to be more involved in my community and since so much of my life experience is in education, the school board seemed like the best place to serve. Share your education and work history and list any previous political office you have held. Master […]

Every business can work more efficiently...

Disclosure: Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you will find interesting and useful. If you buy them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our business partners. Big data has completely changed the way businesses operate. Businesses today know more about their customers than […]

High school students learn residential d...

VICKSBOURG, Miss. 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 Residential Design and Building Information Modeling course is taught by instructor Richard Hunt, a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi with a degree in Architectural Engineering Technology. […]

Retention Intention: Faculty Success Sto...

One of the biggest obstacles to improving undergraduate graduation rates at universities across the country is first- through second-year retention. A student’s success in their first few classes is critical to building the confidence and academic foundation needed to move forward. This means ensuring that students can complete their courses without failing or dropping out. […]

Simon’s Rock to launch Curiosity Camp fo

GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass. — Curiosity Camp at Simon’s Rock is a two-week exploration of college life and learning designed for students currently graduating from grades 9, 10, and 11. The camp will take place at the Simon’s Rock campus from July 10-23, 2022. Students can register for Curiosity Camp here. […]

State Superintendent to Participate in S...

STERLING — Carmen I. Ayala, state superintendent of education, will be on hand to welcome students aspiring to a career in education and will also present at a symposium April 29 at Sauk Valley Community College . The symposium is the result of a partnership between the college and the 47 Regional Office of Education […]

Brain Power after-school enrichment prog...

Ernst Ma is a Brain Power admissions ambassador who benefited from the enrichment program as a student. He is now studying business at UCLA. In just a few years, Ernst Ma went from a high-achieving but overly talkative high school student to a budding entrepreneur, pitching ideas on reducing plastic waste to a Fortune 500 […]

Stimulate the cognitive and emotional as...

Virtual reality can take students to the edge of an erupting volcano or into the inner workings of the human body. “We can create all kinds of immersive environments that are difficult or impossible to have in the physical world,” says Ali Arya, associate professor at Carleton University. School of Information Technology. Professor Ali Arya […]

A foray into the German theatre: German ...

Putting on a play is never an easy task. The weeks leading up to the show often involve hours of rehearsals, painstaking decisions about lighting, sound and costumes, not to mention stage fright. Imagine embarking on this great process, but in a language you are still learning and where your final performance is graded! And […]

The SEARCH project helps students with d...

A program at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in College Station helps high school students with special needs explore career paths in the medical field. The program, called Project SEARCH, is an international network of sites working to secure employment for people with disabilities. Students in the program are supported by their families, a […]

Famous hula teacher Edith Kanaka’ole wil

The late Hawaiian hula teacher Edith Kanaka’ole is among five women to be featured individually in the United States in 2023 in a program that depicts notable women on coins. The US Mint described Kanaka’ole, who died in 1978, as a composer, singer, dancer, teacher and entertainer. “His mo’olelo, or stories, served to rescue aspects […]

Adult Ed’s New Cosmetology Program Meets

Since February, a small group of women have been hard at work learning the in-depth world of the beauty industry in Watsonville’s new cosmetology program — and the only one in Santa Cruz County. The new program started with just six students, though Watsonville/Aptos/Santa Cruz Director of Adult Education Nancy Bilicich expects that number to […]

A Solid Foundation — Security Today

A solid foundation What the New CIT Means for Security/Commercial Integrators By David Whitney April 01, 2022 As more and more devices move to a network-based infrastructure, the boundaries between technology categories are beginning to blur. Security systems, enterprise visual communication networks, conference rooms, and smart home systems all require highly specialized expertise […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 “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 […]

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 […]

“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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

5 SAP S/4HANA Certification and Training...

As SAP S/4HANA adoption has slowed during the COVID-19 pandemic, enterprises are again undertaking implementation and migration projects to meet the 2030 support deadline for SAP ERP Central Component ( ECC), according to a report by Information Services Group, a research and consulting firm. As more organizations adopt S/4HANA as their ERP system of […]

GETTING STARTED: HeyCray is a social sel...

HiCray HeyCray is an app to help users discover, book and share outdoor adventures and local travel experiences. Founded in June 2021, HeyCray pays a commission to video creators when a booking is made through their content. What’s your 30-second pitch to investors? HeyCray is a video-centric online travel company for Gen Z, enabling creators […]

The Cantonese Language Program at SF Cit...

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – The Asian grandmother in the waiting room at Mission Bernal Hospital in San Francisco had a large purple lump around her eye. Confused, hurt and unable to speak English, she flagged down Alan Wong, an administrator at City College of San Francisco, who was in the hospital as a visitor. The […]

SDSU pulls teacher from 2 classes for us...

SAN DIEGO — For the second time in less than a year, San Diego State University has reassigned a teacher for using racist language in class. The new incident involves J. Angelo Corletta tenured philosophy professor who was relieved last week of his duties teaching two classes, one on critical thinking, the other on race […]

Accelerating children to success | Moun...

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 […]

How Deer Hollow helped a police officer ...

At first glance, Jared Nesary appears to be an actual GI Joe action figure. He’s tall, muscular, and has a defined jawline and the stereotypical tattoos of a warrior. Jared’s resume continues to paint the picture of a true American hero: United States Marine Corps veteran, 22-year law enforcement officer, SWAT operator, K-9 handler, master […]

FFS under Samson Karebo: Building the bl...

BY ADAGHER TERSOO The recent news of the appointment of DCG Karebo Samson as the new Acting Comptroller General of the Federal Fire Service by President Muhammadu Buhari came as no surprise to many given his record of patriotic and dedicated service to his homeland. . Karebo succeeds former FFS Comptroller General Liman Ibrahim. And […]

Monte Vista Newspaper | Letter to the e...

Editor, I am writing to express my concern over the potential banning of Angie Thomas’ book “The Hate U Give” as well as concerns about censorship of books in general. As a language teacher at Del Norte High School, I see the banning of books anywhere as a threat to equality in education everywhere. I […]

Fay Jones School faculty and staff colla...

Photo submitted A group of faculty and staff from the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design recently released their book, “The Making of Things: Modeling Processes & Effects in Architecture.” A group of faculty and staff at the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design wanted to help students become better […]

The college could take place in the meta...

Higher education in the United States is in trouble. Skyrocketing tuition fees and one student debt crisis threaten to make college unaffordable for all but the wealthy. In order to reduce expenses and control rising tuition fees, American universities are increasingly using temporary professors who underpaid, teach a heavy course load, and often lack job […]

Monessen STEM Instructor Wins Scholarshi...

Matthew Strine students at Monessen Middle/High School explored business and technology using 3D printers to create and sell custom keychains and cube-shaped fidget toys. It’s part of the district’s Maker Space program that the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) teacher worked to launch — an effort that won him a $1,000 grant from the […]

A chef co-authored a book on typical Sou...

OXFORD, Miss. (AP) – Chef Kevin Mitchell hasn’t felt that kind of excitement since defending his master’s thesis at the University of Mississippi. After months of research, writing, and editing — much of it during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic — Mitchell finally got to see a finished copy of “Taste the State: South Carolina’s Signature […]

Demetrios Liappas, director of the Caloy...

LOS ANGELES – The Basil P. Caloyeras Center for Modern Greek Studies at Loyola Marymount University has announced the death of Demetrios Liappas, director of the Center from its founding in 1980 until his retirement. The full statement follows: It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Demetrios Liappas on Sunday, February […]

School Board Considers Superintendent Sh...

SIBLEY—Addressing staffing options, including the top job, was the top concern of the Sibley-Ocheyedan ​​Education Board on Monday February 14. Superintendent James Craig sought advice from the board after receiving a request to consider sharing a superintendent position with the Harris-Lake Park School District. The administrator there has accepted another position, and the district would […]

Basma did not know how to drive when she...

“At the traffic lights, go straight ahead. Please don’t rush,” she said. “It’s school time now, so you need to slow down. So drive 35 kilometers an hour, please.” Basma, 40, says that after about 10 lessons, her student is ready to take the next step. “I teach her all about driving and she gets […]

Arts Center Announces March Classes | L...

The Orange Arts Center offers a wide range of fine art classes, camps and workshops for all skill levels including: drawing, painting, ceramics (hand building and wheel throwing), camps summer art for kids and more. Water painting and watercolor reflection workshop Join Peg Sheridan in this full-day workshop on painting landscapes that include water. Peg […]

Wood County principals and teachers disc...

PARKERSBURG — High school principals and teachers spoke to the Wood County Schools Board of Education on Monday, outlining their curriculum and what they offer students at their schools. The principals of Parkersburg and Parkersburg South High Schools, and Williamstown Middle/High School gave presentations, with some teachers, including several from Parkersburg South, discussing […]

Interview with Trina Nicole, champion of...

You might recognize Trina Nicole from her recent standout Nike campaign, where her dynamic image danced across a Piccadilly Circus billboard. Perhaps you have seen and felt seen. Maybe it sparked joy. Or maybe it challenged you. “Seeing diversity in sport and fitness is really, really important,” the body inclusiveness champion tells me. “From the […]

Metrocem to construct Shaheed Minar for ...

Metrocem Group has proposed to construct a permanent Shaheed Minar in the premises of the Nidarabad Government Primary School which has been in demand for over four decades. The foundation stone was laid on the auspicious day of International Mother Language Day, February 21, a press release said. On this occasion, Metrocem organized a discussion […]

Trauma-informed care is spreading beyond...

Today, professionals and service providers of all kinds outside the mental health field are adopting a trauma-informed mindset. Lawyers, yoga teachers, photographers, career coaches, and tattoo artists are learning about the effects of trauma, approaching their work with this new knowledge in mind, and calling their businesses “trauma-informed.” Although mental health professionals take courses and […]

Joy-Anna Duggar reveals Son Gideon’s lea

Progress is the key. Old 19 children and counting Star Joy Anna Forsyth (née Duggar) has revealed her son, Gideon Forsyth, was “a little behind” with his learning abilities and took him to a professional to test his skills. “We went ahead and scheduled a test for Gideon,” Joy, 24, said in a video, which […]

Valentine’s Day School Board Meeting – A

Submitted by John Arbeeny. Two prominent and important actions were taken at the Clover Park School Board meeting last Valentine’s Day. The issue of district discipline (Policy 3241 “Student Discipline”) had been raised at a previous Board meeting (January 10, 2022) by Director David Anderson based on some shocking numbers received in a District FOIA […]

Ukraine’s ‘false flag’: Biden says Putin

Such accusations marked the beginning of a trend. From Chechnya to Ukraine, from terrorist attacks to cyberattacks, Putin’s Russia has repeatedly been accused of covertly committing acts it blames on others. The larger goal, according to some experts and former US officials, is to confuse dueling accounts. The story continues under the ad “Russia can […]

Russian speakers in Ukraine fear being ‘

Debates over language in Ukraine intensified after a 2014 pro-EU revolution knocked Kiev out of Moscow’s orbit – Copyright AFP Javed TANVEER Dmitri ZAKS Kiev driving instructor Andriy Atamanyuk does not want to be saved by Vladimir Putin despite the Kremlin chief’s pledge to fight “discrimination” against Russian speakers in Ukraine. “Never,” said the 48-year-old […]

John Cuppet | Obituaries | The Democra...

Jean J. Cuppett June 21, 1950 – February 16, 2022 CUPPETT– Jean, “Jeanne” (Jerz), Richland, 71, was cradled in the lap of her Savior, Jesus Christ, on February 17, 2022 after a battle with cancer. Born June 21, 1950, only daughter of Walter and Jean (Hamonko) Jerz. Predeceased by his parents, his little brother Andrew, […]

What is an Apple Certified Support Profe...

An IT or cybersecurity professional who needs or wants to support Mac users can qualify for the Apple Certified Support Professional certification. The certification – ACSP for short – verifies your knowledge of the functions of the Macintosh operating system. It also certifies that you can support multiple Mac users, configure key services, and perform […]

Pennridge plans to add personal finance ...

EAST ROCKHILL — Starting with next year’s ninth graders, who will be in the class of 2026, Pennridge High School graduates are all expected to take and pass a personal finance course under a proposal discussed at the the Pennridge School Board Curriculum Committee meeting on February 7. “That’s one of the district’s goals in […]

Canada’s protests baffle a nation of rul

Traditionally, Canadian politics is a fight for the center, not for the fringes of the ideological spectrum. Political analysts point out that the far-right People’s Party of Canada, whose leader Maxime Bernier is a champion trucker protester, failed to win a single seat in last year’s legislative election . But populism is not totally foreign […]

Does the language we speak influence how...

“To have a second language is to have another soul.” – Charlemagne, Holy Roman Emperor —— I remember exactly how I felt the day I was asked to take a test that would determine the grade level I would be enrolled in. I walked into an apartment with children laughing and playing as they waited […]