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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion | Schoo...

Mission of the DEI Committee The School of Public Health (SPH) views diversity as central to its educational mission. We recognize that diversity is extremely complex and multifaceted. We encourage sharing unique perspectives, critically reflecting on others’ experiences, and asking for clarity when needed. It is believed that the convergence of different ideas, experiences and […]

Crean College’s hands-on learning helps

At Chapman University Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences, health care isn’t just something you learn in the classroom. The college provides practical, university-level training for healthcare professionals in a variety of disciplines. And it turns out that these programs aren’t just good for the students, they’re also good for the community. “Crean is […]

French student in critical condition aft...

Archive image of the Regional Hospital of Malaga. / SALAS OF SALVADOR The alarm was raised in the early hours of Sunday morning when a young Dutchman called the emergency services for help for his friend A 17-year-old is in critical condition in a Malaga hospital after falling from a third-floor window of a building […]

The problem with “Lone Wolf” shooters

Wolves are not a particularly special species. They are not as threatening or as powerful as cougars. They are not as large as many other predators, nor as strong, nor terribly wise, nor do they have sophisticated tools or genetic dispositions that make them individually dangerous in the animal kingdom. Their ability to capture prey […]

Students Create School Rules Video in Ea...

Wakayama University students film the sight of students serving meals at the elementary school attached to Wakayama University in Wakayama City on December 13, 2021, for the production of a video. (Mainichi/Aya Kimura) WAKAYAMA — A group of Japanese and foreign students from Wakayama University have created […]

Parents of missing French teenager arriv...

The parents of a French student who disappeared during an early morning visit to Piha just before the first Covid-19 outbreak have come to New Zealand to look for their son. There has been no trace of Eloi Rolland since the morning of March 7, 2020, when the 18-year-old got up before dawn and took […]

The Hispanic Colleges of Mass. support ...

Read in Spanish. When Jennifer Reyes emigrated from the Dominican Republic in 2016, she wanted to build a better future for herself. Upon entering the United States, she listed some of her goals: to continue her education, find a better job, and earn more money. But at the time, she didn’t speak English. “One of […]

TESOL vs TEFL: How to choose the right p...

If you’re preparing for a career in English language teaching, degree types like TESOL (teaching English to speakers of other languages) versus TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) can be confusing. . In fact, they are often used interchangeably, in part due to similar subject matter and terminology. But they are not the same, […]

Green government would support the Unive...

Breadcrumb Links News Local News Party releases plan for Northern Ontario Mike Schreiner, leader of the Green Party of Ontario, unveiled his plan for Northern Ontario on Tuesday. File photo by Mike Hensen/Postmedia Network Content of the article The Green Party of Ontario says it would make the University of Sudbury a French-language school. Advertisement […]

The Greenwood native was the only Afghan...

Indiana Army National Guard 1st Sgt. Joseph Stringer, right, provides patient care in a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter in 2020. Photo submitted Indiana Army National Guard 1st Sgt. Joseph Stringer recalls the first plane that landed at Indianapolis International Airport last year filled with Afghans fleeing their country as the Taliban returned to power. As […]

As NCAA prepares to crack down on booste...

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — News from the Big Ten, Big 12 and Pac-12 spring meetings last week was the NCAA’s impending attempt to crack down on school boosters using NIL payments to sign rookies. New, clearer NIL guidelines drafted by a subcommittee including Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith and Big East commissioner Val Ackerman should […]

UCSD research claims mass education was ...

A recent study from UC San Diego suggests that publicly funded schools were originally founded to indoctrinate and suppress disobedience, with the goal of preventing mass violence. In the research paper entitled “Education or indoctrination? The Violent Origins of Public School Systems in the Age of State Building,” Agustina S. Paglayan, UCSD Assistant Professor in […]

‘Meaningful change’ is coming to ESL pro

One of Greater Toronto’s largest school boards says it has made “significant changes” to end discriminatory practices in its English as a second language curriculum. The Peel District School Board (PDSB) says it is following through on Department of Education guidance to end systemic racism, increase communication with families about the ESL process, and provide […]

On a mission to reduce high levels of se...

“Most of the GBV survivors we see at the clinic are young adults,” says Primrose, youth coordinator for the Family Health Association (FHA) in East New Britain province. She just left the stage after giving a presentation to senior students at Kokopo High School as part of FHA’s school outreach program, in which she told […]

English, the language of opportunity

“Look at her, prisoner of the gutters, Condemned by every syllable she utters. According to the law, she should be taken out and hanged, For the cold-blooded murder of the English language. This sentiment, expressed by that passionate defender of the English language, Bernard Shaw, resonates in the slums of India, where parents have realized […]

Star Graduate – Nevada Learning Academy

May 05 Star Graduate – Nevada Learning Academy Miyan Adkins has attended the Nevada Learning Academy at CCSD (NVLA) since sixth grade. Miyan was an early member of the middle school student council and is currently the student body president of the high school council. In this role, she developed the student council website and […]

Public notice of the June 19 school elec...

May 5, 2022 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the voters of the Western Quebec School Board by the returning officer that: The following positions are open for applications: Commissioner – Ward #1 (G. Théberge, Noranda, Val d’Or) Commissioner – Ward #10 (Lord Aylmer, WQCC) Nominations for these positions must be filed at the office […]

NJ State School Board Members Advocate f...

A majority of state school board members and acting education commissioner Angelica Allen-McMillan on Wednesday defended a nearly two-year-old decision to include controversial topics, such as gender identity and abortion, in the new standards of sex education of the State. Discussion of the 2020 review of state learning standards for comprehensive health and physical education […]

Deaf Awareness Week: Benefits of teachin...

As part of Deaf Awareness Week 2022, we are looking at inclusion in education for deaf children and whether British Sign Language should be taught in schools. British Sign Language is not part of the national curriculum, but with over 50,000 deaf children in the UK, many argue it should be ( Image: Birmingham Post […]

Ukrainian students arriving in Californi...

Credit: Mike Maguire/Flickr A rally for peace in Ukraine takes place in front of the White House in Washington on February 27. Credit: Mike Maguire/Flickr A rally for peace in Ukraine takes place in front of the White House in Washington on February 27. As Ukrainian families begin to arrive in California, they will find […]

DuBard School celebrates 60 years with A...

Mon. 02/05/2022 – 09:46 | By: Brittney Dykes The DuBard School for Language Disorders at the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) will host an open house on Thursday, May 19 from 5-7 p.m. in honor of the 60and anniversary. Alumni and their parents, community supporters and members of the general public are welcome. “We look […]

Kotzebue Tribal School’s immersion progr

Aniivuk Lie runs up and hugs his Piñagin teacher Nina Nanouk as he prepares to go out during school at Nikaitchuat Ilisagviat, an Iñupiaq immersion school in Kotzebue, Monday, April 11, 2022. (Emily Mesner/DNA) KOTZEBUE — Qutan Lambert loved coming to the Nikaitchuat Iḷisaġviat tribal school as a child, especially when it was circle time. […]

The Heredia-Arriaga school will offer a ...

Construction will soon be underway for a new campus in Sacramento’s North Natomas neighborhood that will help students become bilingual. The Heredia-Arriaga school will offer a Spanish language immersion program for students. Lisset Mijares, who works for the Natomas Unified School District’s Communications and Family Engagement Department, said research shows that dual-language immersion programs can […]

New York drug dealers selling weed that ...

Street vendors sell their weed to children as young as 10 years old – with buds camouflaged to look like candy or ice cream cones – in and around several schools in Inwood. On Thursday, The Post witnessed the conclusion of three different deals just as classes were being held. One was on Thayer Street, […]

Patronage Circle attendees prepare to we...

A family of Afghan evacuees arrives in Massachusetts next week, one of the first to be resettled thanks to a new program that allows private citizens to band together and help the displaced through a so-called sponsorship circle. Rebecca Leventhal and Sarah Muncey are among a group of eight Greater Boston residents who jointly applied […]

On the Road to Jordan: Cooper School of ...

The WCU Cooper School of Missions and Ministry recently sent seven students to Amman, Jordan for their cross-cultural field experience. The trip provides ministry students with a rich and in-depth cultural experience that introduces missiological principles and methods necessary for effective communication in a cross-cultural setting. During their trip, the students spent time exploring the […]

Alena Vachnová to return to Slovakia to

This story is part a series of graduate profiles ahead of the launch ceremonies in May. Russia’s attack on Ukraine has driven nearly 5 million people to neighboring countries, including Alena Vachnová’s Slovakia. Since late February, these nations have hosted thousands, if not millions, of refugees fleeing ongoing violence. Slovakia has in recent years been […]

Fort Worth ISD: the video of Paschal HS ...

The district said: ‘It was inexcusable. The language used in the video is neither acceptable nor representative of Lycée Pascal or any other school…” FORT WORTH, Texas — A video implicating a Fort Worth ISD student using “racially insensitive” language has circulated online, and the district now says an investigation is underway. The incident reportedly […]

Maria Coady named NC State College of Ed...

Maria Coady will join the NC State College of Education as the first Goodnight Distinguished Professor of Educational Equity, effective August 16, 2022. The Goodnight Distinguished Professor in Educational Equity was established with a $1.5 million gift from Ann and Jim Goodnight to attract a top faculty member to advance the college’s commitment to educational […]

Manitoba government held focus groups on...

Recently released documents show that just before the Manitoba government scrapped plans for education reform last year, a public opinion research firm told it people were wary of the proposals. A report by Probe Research Inc. said people’s opinions had been negatively affected by the government’s earlier changes to health care. “When participants were asked […]

PPAC Community Outreach Committee Announ...

Members of the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) Community Outreach Committee are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022 ARTS Fellowship Program, sponsored by Textron Charitable Trust, with donor support from the PPAC Annual Fund, Ocean State Charities Trust and WPRI. 12. This year, 47 talented middle-aged artists will each receive a bursary of […]

‘An average of averages’: School leaders

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Wordy ballot language confuses some Texa...

AUSTIN, Texas (Nexstar) – The May 7 election is just weeks away and there is confusion around one of the proposals regarding your taxes. We’ve heard from neighbors that Proposition 1 is hard to understand. Here’s how it reads: “Proposing a constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to provide for the reduction of the amount of […]

Japanese schools seek donations to help ...

The struggles of Ukrainian students determined to continue studying Japanese despite death and destruction in their country were described during an online press conference in Tokyo. Iryna Shepelska, a professor of Japanese at Kyiv National Linguistic University, spoke at the April 1 press conference from Germany, where she had taken refuge after the Russian invasion. […]

UH Mānoa graduate student wins Miss Aloh

Piʻikea Lopes performs No Puna Ke Āiwaiwa Hikina (Photo credit: Merrie Monarch Festival/Cody Yamaguchi) One in the wind Oʻahu wahine (female) pursuing a master’s degree at the College of Education and Hawaiʻinuākea University of Hawaii School of Knowledge Hawaii at Mānoa won the coveted Miss Aloha Hula title at the 2022 Merrie Monarch Festival. Piʻikea […]

Indigenous Education Circle Strategic Ac...

Insight In 2018, the Indigenous Education Circle (IEC) launched this plan by reviewing Indigenous education priorities at the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board (HWDSB) and provincial Department of Education. We have worked with the local Indigenous community to maintain the integrity of Indigenous languages, knowledge systems, worldviews and ways of knowing, being and doing. Indigenous education […]

Join the CAD Executive Committee! The e...

Looking to get more involved with KCPS? We will have three parent engagement opportunities next month! These meetings will be held virtually via Zoom with Spanish interpretation available. District Advisory Committee (DAC) Meeting Thursday 5 May, 6-7pm – Last meeting of the DAC general body of the year Parent University: Caregiver Workshopss young children Tuesday, […]

Courier Gazette Community Briefs April 2...

Registration opens for Penobscot Language School courses ROCKLAND – Penobscot Bay Language School announces the opening of registration for all online and in-person language courses throughout the six-week Spring 2022 “mini” session (April 18 – May 27). Early bird rates have been extended to accommodate returning students and new language students are also eligible for […]

Bob Commings Field at GlenOak to get a n...

TWP UNI. – A new scoreboard is coming to Bob Commings Field on the GlenOak High School campus. The Plain Local School Board on Thursday approved the acquisition of the new dashboard for up to $344,230. The dashboard will replace the existing one which is 15 years old. Learn more about Stark County football stadiums:Where […]

UCDSB to review French immersion

BROCKVILLE – Enrollment trends at the largest high schools in English-language school boards in the region have prompted a review of French-language programs. Administrators of the Upper Canada District School Board voted on April 13 to review its French immersion program. Trustee William MacPherson (Ward Two) filed the motion saying he has observed a decline […]

Inclusiveness Guidelines in NT Schools t...

Schools in the Northern Territories could pave the way for LGBTQI inclusivity under a bold plan that recommends teachers avoid gender-specific language and activities. Step-by-step guidelines to be introduced in Northern Territory schools will encourage teachers not to label pupils as ‘boys and girls’ as part of a plan designed to boost inclusion. The main […]

Six dead in the explosion of a bomb in a...

At least six people have been killed and 11 injured in two bomb attacks at a boys’ school in the Afghan capital, with social media showing gruesome images of the Hazara Shia neighborhood. The number of bombings in the country has dropped significantly since the Taliban overthrew the US-backed Afghan government in August last year, […]

New Computational Linguistics Degree Pre...

A new interdisciplinary bachelor’s degree program preparing students for jobs in computational linguistics will be offered in fall 2022 at the University of Nevada, Reno. Designed by academic linguists and computer scientists, the program explores processes such as machine translation, speech recognition, text-to-speech synthesis and interactive voice response. The program is unique in that it […]

Scare tactics on NJ sex ed standards don...

When I was nearing the end of eighth grade, I was assigned a book to read during the summer before my first day of high school. It was called “Becoming a Man: Basic Sex Facts, Tips and Attitudes for Boys” and, I assure you, it was graphic. There was an entire chapter on masturbation. I […]

AI masters language. Should we trust wh...

“I think it allows us to be more thoughtful and deliberate about security issues,” Altman says. “Part of our strategy is this: gradual change in the world is better than sudden change. Or, as OpenAI VP Mira Murati put it when I asked her about the security team’s work restricting open access to software, “If […]

‘Inappropriate’ graffiti near Peebles sc

A SPECIALIST contractor is being recruited to remove a series of graffiti messages left near a Peebles school. A number of phrases were spray painted on the pavement between Kingsland Primary and the Neidpath car park, which worried a member of the public. The posts, which support trans (transgender) rights, include a message of particular […]

Kennesaw State senior named Fulbright Sc...

KENNESAW, Georgia (April 15, 2022) – Sydney Tomlin, a senior at Kennesaw State University, has won a prestigious Fulbright scholarship to teach English to students in a Model United Nations program in Spain starting in September. Tomlin said she took her first Spanish class in eighth grade and has been passionate about the language ever […]

“Buddhism in Spanish is here”: Latino mo

Ohen Venerable Sanathavihari was ordained a Buddhist monk eight years ago, it was a lonely experience. As a young Mexican American who grew up a Catholic in Los Angeles’ Koreatown, he didn’t know many other monks he could relate to. But since then he has helped build a thriving Latino Buddhist community at the Sarathchandra […]

Not just Florida. How “Don’t Say Gay” L

What is forbidden in your local class? Getty Florida has attracted considerable attention for its “parental rights in education” law. It is not a new legislative concept; for example, a current political candidate in New Hampshire twelve years ago was pushing legislation to ban the “pro-gay” curriculum from the classroom. But currently, these gag laws […]

Nunavut risks repeating Canada’s worst h

This year marks the beginning of the United Nations International Decade of Indigenous Languages, a designation to recognize and celebrate Indigenous languages ​​and culture in Canada and around the world. It is easy to see why this reconciliation effort is important. Canada’s residential school systems attempted to methodically destroy Indigenous children’s ties to their parents, […]

CBC North Cree Unit Wins Prestigious Gra...

The women of CBC North’s Cree-Language Radio Montreal team won a Gracie, a prestigious award given by the Alliance Foundation for Women in Media. The Gracies recognize outstanding programming created by, for and about women on radio, television, cable and interactive media. Betsy Longchap, Dorothy Stewart and Marjorie Kitty won in the local radio category […]

How to train an anti-racist teacher: 9 p...

Schooling in the United States has been shaped by racism, and black and brown students have been subjected to institutionalized conditions that sideline their identities, assets, and humanity. To correct this terrible injustice, we need anti-racist teachers who have abandoned color-neutral ideologies, understand oppression, know how to teach about horrific racist events, and see students […]

New Oriental Education founder Yu Minhon...

Yu Minhong, founder of private tutoring company New Oriental Education, posted a message via his personal WeChat account on Tuesday, responding to public speculation about his withdrawal from the company. On April 7, Yu wrote, “I have always thought that the new Eastern education was not the only purpose of my coming into the world, […]

7 years later, Elizabeth Salgado’s paren

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — Elizabeth Salgado’s family is reaching out to church members. The anniversary of Elizabeth Salgado’s disappearance is approaching. She disappeared on April 16, 2015 as she was leaving her language school in Provo. His remains were found three years later at Hobble Creek Canyon in Utah County. His killer was never […]

Workshops to teach the legacy of slavery...

A predominantly white village in the Hudson Valley wants to correct the way slavery in the region has been portrayed as a monument is set to be unveiled to honor enslaved Africans. Irvington is about to erect its monument to the slaves who cleared the land where the village now stands along the Hudson River. […]

Dado is ball, vruksh is tree: Tribal sch...

“It’s a ball…it’s a tree,” says Pooja Goyal, holding a picture book for her students. Himanshi Ninama, 12, looks on quizzically. For the Class 7 student at Ekalayvya Boarding School in Ambaji, Gujarat, and his friends, the transition from Gujarati ‘dado’ to ball and ‘vruksh’ to tree is as exciting as it is disconcerting. Himanshi, […]

Principal of Westerly High: Potential ch...

WEST — Proposed changes to high school graduation requirements, currently under consideration by the state Department of Education, could backfire on the student experience and result in additional expenses for towns and villages, according to local officials. The state Department of Education will be accepting public comments on proposed changes to academic standards for secondary […]

How to make money teaching (or just spea...

Native English speakers can have a simple and often lucrative side business teaching the language online. A number of platforms can help you connect with international students looking to learn or improve their English skills. They also connect tutors with American students who have fallen behind. While some online platforms that connect teachers and students […]

Chapman Alumna Champions Neurodiversity ...

After graduating from Chapman with a BS in Computer Information Systems, Tiffany (Payton) Jameson ’96 launched a promising career at a dot-com-era start-up. As a product manager at a technology company, she was responsible for the full lifecycle of a software product, working with engineers, marketing departments, training, quality assurance, and directly with customers. But […]

Classes in progress at GGFS, NSW’s first

The first bilingual native language school in New South Wales is opened and operating on the north coast of the state. Key points: One of the school’s designers says the idea has been around for decades Parents say their kids love the experience Teaching students the Gumbaynggirr language helps them both “educationally and culturally” Gumbaynggirr […]

Ohio Passes Important Education Bill

From $2,000 back-to-school grants to campus free speech protections, sweeping bipartisan legislation that will change Ohio’s public universities and community colleges is headed for the governor. “We’ve come a long way on this comprehensive reform legislation that touches on almost every aspect of academic operation at an institution…” Ohio Intercollegiate Council Chairman Bruce Johnson said. […]

Military children attend Japanese school...

Naomi and Abigail Ray, who both attend Sagamidai Junior High, pose for a photo outside their home in the family housing area of ​​Sagamihara, Japan. The Ray family has three children who attend Japanese schools to immerse themselves in the local culture. (Photo credit: courtesy photo) SEE THE ORIGINAL SAGAMIHARA FAMILY HOUSING AREA, Japan – […]

Missouri House approves $46.2 billion bu...

The Missouri House on Tuesday gave first-round approval to a set of budget bills spending $46.2 billionRepublicans beating repeated Democratic efforts to tap into the state’s record surplus. The budget includes increases in higher education funding, both for institutions and scholarships, as well as funding for one of the most contentious issues of the past […]

Ukrainian children are still in school d...

Dima, who fled the war in Ukraine with his mother, attends an online class, at the ‘Saint John the Baptist’ monastery in Ruscova, where 12 Ukrainians are currently staying, on March 30, 2022 in Ruscova, Romania. Andreea Campeanu/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Andreea Campeanu/Getty Images Dima, who fled the war in Ukraine with his […]

British drama school suddenly closes aft...

A UK drama school has closed after an unsuccessful restructuring left it with heavy losses and no longer financially viable, forcing nearly 300 students to change schools without warning. Students at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) said they were stunned and felt “physically ill” after learning on Monday that the institution, which […]

The power of language | Gamma of higher...

Stories about the campus language police are a staple of the conservative-leaning press. There, you’ll find a University of Washington language guide created by the campus information technology department that describes the words “grandpa” and “housekeeping” as problematic. How? ‘Or’ What? Due to the former term’s association with the infamous “grandfather clause” which exempted some […]

Yapton Preschool Launches Speech and Lan...

Potter’s House Preschoolers Submitted by Barratt Developments PLC Potter’s House Nursery School in Yapton, West Sussex, has received a £1,000 donation to support the school’s new speech and language initiative, thanks to a local homebuilder. The initiative aims to support the social development of young children by increasing interaction between children and with adults. Barratt […]

A bridge between 2 worlds: BC duo create...

“We both know the love we have is real. We’re working hard to get where we need to be.” The chorus of the new song by Amy Braun and Ian Griffiths So it’s easy reflects the duo’s sense of triumph by turning their traumas of ableism and racism into music. Braun, the child of a […]

Listed Chinese Education Companies Trans...

Listed Chinese education companies are ending the last off-campus training services for required subjects to restructure and transform their business models, the 21st Century Business Herald reported on Friday. Recently, the listed company Dongguan Kingsun Optoelectronic Co., Ltd., (Dongguan Kingsun), the listed company in Hong Kong Beststudy Education Group (Beststudy Edu) and the listed company […]

Hello, Greater Sudbury! Here are some s...

Hello, Greater Sudbury! Here are some stories to start your day this Friday morning. City says encampment at Memorial Park will ‘no longer be an option’ After April 1, homeless people in Sudbury will no longer be able to move into Memorial Park. “We will make it very public that this is no longer an […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

‘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 […]

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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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. […]

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 […]

Our View: English Classes at State Unive...

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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) […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Mpls Spanish Immersion School Parent-Tea...

As the strike continues, parents are helping others find emergency childcare options. MINNEAPOLIS — The doors are open at the Emerson Spanish Immersion Learning Center in Minneapolis, but the school is closed for now. While a strike is underway, parents here are helping other parents research childcare options. “I’m a mom of two,” Elena Espinoza […]

New Columbus City Schools Program Helps ...

Mary Zapata and her fifth-grade daughter, Victoria Jimenez Zapata, faced many challenges when they left Venezuela for the United States a year ago. Victoria, 10, left behind her father and younger sister. They were trying to learn a new culture. But learning to speak and understand English was the most difficult transition. “The language was […]

Foreign students wait for Japan to lift ...

The photo shows Adeline Leng posing for a photo during her trip to the city of Osaka, western Japan, in September 2016. (Photo courtesy of Adeline Leng) (Kyodo) By KEITA NAKAMURA, Kyodo Press Office TOKYO — Singaporean Adeline Leng is due to start studying at a language school in Japan last April, but is still […]

Waving flags, hundreds rally for Ukraine...

Anya and Taras Kostyk lived in Kyiv before moving to Binghamton with their daughter, Adrianna. They now have family in Ukraine, unable to escape the Russian invasion. (Jillian Forstadt/WSKG) https://wskg.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Bing-Ukraine-rally-superspot-WEB.mp3 BINGHAMTON, NY (WSKG) – High winds carried traditional Ukrainian music and prayers through the streets Sunday as hundreds of people gathered to show their support […]

“I sowed seeds”: Timothée Chalamet’s mot

In November, when Pauline Chalamet debuted on The Sex Lives of College Girls as Kimberly, many viewers were surprised to learn that Timothée Chalamet had an older sister, let alone one who acted. Although Pauline made her film debut alongside Pete Davidson in Judd Apatow’s comedy The King of Staten Island a year prior, it […]

Colorado Schools Got More Money For Engl...

New staff, additional training for teachers and money going directly to schools. These are some of the things some districts in Colorado have planned with new state funds to better serve students learning English. But other districts that have also received these funds and serve tens of thousands of English learners have no plans to […]

Cover time, place and culture in the cla...

Now, it’s one thing to share information about the only class of its kind, and it’s another to hear from students within the community itself. These brief Q&As illustrate how rewarding the experience was for everyone involved: Anika Oss ’23, Biokinetics major, Biology and Business minors What was it like connecting with people of different […]

Master’s Programs in Clinical Mental Hea

The Accreditation Council for Counseling and Related Education Programs (CACREP) has granted accreditation to the MSED in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and the MSED in School Counseling Programs at the College of Saint Rose until March 2030. Saint Rose is the only institution in the Greater Capital Region to offer CACREP-accredited school counseling and mental […]

Amazon names Texas colleges participatin...

Amazon has named 140 U.S. colleges, including nine in Texas, where hourly employees can take classes and earn degrees as part of the company’s plan to raise the education level of its workforce. Amazon said it would spend $1.2 billion to provide free tuition benefits to more than 300,000 employees by 2025. The largest U.S. […]

‘Major Session Topic’: Senate Pushes Hou

A proposal from the House of Delegates to create a school building fund is likely being negotiated with the Senate that will have everything to do with the final two-year state budget and how it will solve a problem of multi-billion dollar collapse of school buildings across Virginia. The Senate Finance and Appropriations Committee on […]

New job in Switzerland! Can my family j...

The Swiss Federal Constitution guarantees the right to respect for family life. However, the legal situation varies according to the applicant’s origin and residence status. It plays an important role whether the applicant comes from an EU/EFTA Member State or from another foreign country (third country). Family reunification for EU/EFTA nationals Thanks to the Agreement […]

Rallies protesting Russian invasion of U...

Demonstrations against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine were held across Japan over the weekend of February 26-27 by people of many nationalities. As a yellow and blue Ukrainian flag flew in the wind, a rally around the Hachiko dog statue in Tokyo’s Shibuya district began shortly after noon on February 26. At one point, the square […]

Why Canada is an attractive destination ...

Posted Feb 27, 2022 8:00 AM EST Data from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) suggests that 2021 has been a big year for Iranian immigration. Canada welcomed more than 11,000 Iranians last year, making it the eighth most popular source country for new immigrants in 2021. In this article, we examine why Iranians prefer […]

South Jersey schools brace for end of ma...

In just over a week, on March 7, New Jersey school districts will be free to adopt their own mask policies, with most South Jersey schools taking the opportunity to remove breathing screens. This means New Jersey students, who have been forced to learn remotely or attend school under state mask mandates since the COVID-19 […]

Mum mistook serious illness for pain in ...

A mom’s life came to a halt when she listened to a voicemail. Amy Turner, 47, continued to ignore invitations for cervical screenings, leaving her busy, her ‘keep calm and carry on’ mentality dismissing irregular bleeding. Initially, Amy blamed the bleeding on “a menopause thing” and the gym for her pelvic pain. But one day […]

Lawsuit seeks to block Nevada school vou...

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A battle to get a school voucher question before Nevada voters return to state court, with a lawsuit seeking to stop the state’s top election official from putting measures on the ballot that seek to allow parents to use state money to pay private school tuition. Two well-known senior officials of […]

The Dual Immersion Academy receives a gr...

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) – The Dual Immersion Academy will improve its outdoor spaces this summer thanks to a $250,000 grant from the Colorado Health Foundation. The Mesa Valley County School District 51 Grounds Department will remove aging equipment from behind the school to make room for new grant-funded play equipment. The new equipment will […]