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Back-to-school purchases could cost you ...

GREEN BAY – With school starting in less than a month for most school districts in the Green Bay area, back-to-school shopping is in full swing. This year, families can expect to pay more for school supplies as record inflation drives up costs. Families with children in K-12 can expect to pay an average of […]

Nation of Wonders and Missteps

What are the strengths that have so far served India well and how could they be leveraged in the future? Could we point out what we did right and where we went wrong during our 75-year journey? And then see what we must do well and avoid on the road to 2047? Show full picture […]

Education in Cincinnati has a richer his...

Back to school has arrived. But we cannot move forward without looking at our past. As students and teachers prepare to step into the books, we’ve put together the ABCs of various instructors and institutions who have left a lasting impact on education in Cincinnati. A is for the arts. There are many major art […]

Derby School Board rejects strategic pla...

DERBY, Kan. (KWCH) – The Derby School District is considering its next steps after a proposed five-year strategic plan was not adopted by the school board on Monday night. Four of the seven board members voted against the plan, citing concerns about certain terms relating to diversity and inclusion. Since February, 40 teachers, students, parents […]

James H. Porter Elementary School Launch...

We are celebrating a school right here in Bibb County this week. This is Porter Elementary’s second year with Spanish in their special class rotations. MACON, Ga. — There are plenty of reasons to be excited about a new school year, and one of them is the “School of the Week” segment, where we highlight […]

Two Horizons advisers confirmed without ...

Nicholas McBride / Stuff Many people who are already members of the Horizons Regional Council are running for re-election. Two candidates running for the Horizons Regional Council were spared campaign signs and mayoral debates because they were the only ones standing in their electorate. All other seats, however, are up for grabs after nominations close […]

Paso School Board waits to change langua...

“Hitting, punching, shoving, kicking.” All were forms of aggression that LGBTQ-plus youth reported experiencing, according to the California Healthy Kids Survey. Approximately 63% of gay/lesbian/bisexual students in SLO County reported being bullied and/or harassed in 2021-22. Additionally, nearly 50% said they had “seriously considered suicide,” Dusty Colyer-Worth told the Paso Robles Co-ed School District Board […]

Navigate with AI in hiring to land your ...

Artificial intelligence is not just about self-driving cars and Silicon Valley. AI has found its way into nearly every job — and even getting that job in the first place. Artificially intelligent programs now systematically screen applications, often before a human hiring manager sees a single CV. Companies are also increasingly turning to AI job […]

South Washington County voters reject sc...

South Washington County voters rejected a membership referendum for a 10-year, $462 million facilities plan — the costliest schools referendum in state history. Around 10 p.m., the results arrived in 93% of the constituencies. Sixty-six percent of voters voted “no” in the referendum; 34% voted to approve the referendum. The rejection of the referendum came […]

ANALYSIS: Classes Aspiring Restructuring...

So you’ve just completed your summer associate program and received an offer to work with the Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring team. You may be wondering which law courses you should take in your final year of law school to help prepare you for your first year of practice. Chapter 11 practice touches on almost every […]

Tribal colleges and universities: what y...

Native American and Alaska Native students – who have the lowest college enrollment rate of any racial group, according to recent data from the National Center for Education Statistics – face many barriers when they are looking to get a degree. Affordability. Of those who identified as American Indian and Alaska Native in 2018, 25.4% […]

Mullingar’s Homecoming Fleadh ends on a

Published: Sun Aug 7 2022, 10:48 PM Last update: Sun 7 August 2022, 22:51 Joe Connaire thanks ‘dedicated team of volunteers’ Fleadh Cheoil in Mullingar comes to an end tonight, after a week of celebrations which drew over 500,000 people to the town. This important return to Westmeath has been celebrated nationally and internationally, as […]

Dropped education reform bill looms larg...

The current elections for school trustees in Manitoba would not take place if the provincial government’s proposed education reform bill had been passed. And although the province ultimately backed down from public outcry over Bill 64, which would have eliminated all English-language school boards and replaced them with a central school authority, people who show […]

The HSC student who studies four differe...

Face masks will be strongly encouraged but not required during assessments. Hand sanitizer, alcohol wipes and masks will be made available to students. About 76,000 students are working to complete their HSC program this year, and languages ​​are the first of 126 courses to be reviewed. “Learning a second language is an invaluable experience and […]

Teacher and student reunited for the fir...

Elaine Wexman and Rose Glassberg saw each other for the first time since graduating from 12th grade at a Lions Gate reunion on August 2. Wexman graduated from Germantown High School in Philadelphia, where Glassberg taught for 11 years. The latter was Wexman’s 12th grade English teacher and unknowingly inspired Wexman to join the estate. […]

UT Dallas helps children with hearing lo...

Camp children laugh and scream as they run through an inflatable yellow and green obstacle course. Across the court, others play with hoops and bubbles while a game of duck-duck-goose is nearby. These kids don’t just play garden games. The activities are part of therapies designed to develop their listening, speaking and language skills. Each […]

Teachers in England ‘fear they miss sign

Teachers in England who feel overwhelmed by pandemic catch-up and curriculum demands fear they will miss signs of far-right radicalization in classrooms and lack training to effectively challenge extremist views among pupils. Swastikas scribbled on a chemistry book, white power slogans daubed on exam papers, students quoting videos of far-right activist Tommy Robinson and hate […]

Husband and Wife Linguists Produce Goldf...

Goldfields first Native-English language dictionary was published after 16 years of development. Key points: The dictionary uses the Cundeelee Wangka language, a dialect of Pitjantjatjarra It contains 3,500 words A second edition is already in development and will include an additional 8,000 words The Cundeelee Wangka-English dictionary is the first time that any of the […]

New Online Japanese Language School Clas...

Reach Online Japanese Language School Logo Attain Online Japanese Language School Fall Semester Online Information Session Achieving Online Japanese Language School Fall Semester Enrollment Additional class time will be in the evenings after work and school in the European region, an expansion of Japanese language learners in Europe is to be expected. CHIYODA, TOKYO, JAPAN, […]

Laurinda Steps In: “Private School Cultu

ALice Pung’s young adult novel, Laurinda, opens with a simple epigraph: “Life is nothing but high school. This quote, from American writer Kurt Vonnegut, distills a truth that confronts us: the things that happen to us in adolescence can, and often do, follow us throughout our lives. The Melbourne Theater Company’s adaptation of Laurinda, co-written […]

Pearson expects education demand to hedg...

Pearson said he expected demand for his courses and textbooks to outweigh headwinds in the global economy as a digital shift in the FTSE 100 group showed signs of wearing his fruit, pushing its shares up 7%. The group said on Monday it expects its full-year margins to hit a mid-teens target next year, two […]

Oklahoma school board downgrades Tulsa p...

Comment this story Comment The Oklahoma State Board of Education voted this week to downgrade the accreditation of Tulsa public schools after a teacher allegedly complained that the school district’s training materials “shame white people.” . The board voted 4-2 to lower the status of Tulsa Public Schools to “accredited with warning” on Thursday after […]

Candidates endorsed by MSEA advance to g...

And other legislative updates in this month’s Up the Street Educators rallied and secured the vote for Wes Moore ahead of the primary. THIS MONTH IN ANNAPOLIS MSEA-recommended candidates sweep primary races across the state While some votes are still being counted, it’s clear that at least 84% of MSEA-endorsed candidates were victorious in the […]

The Cronkite School takes top honors at ...

ASU’s Cronkite School placed third overall in the prestigious Hearst Journalism Awards program and placed in the top five in the writing, photojournalism, and television categories. The Hearst Journalism Awards, often called the Pulitzers of College Journalism, hold monthly competitions for writing, audio, television, photojournalism, and multimedia reporting, culminating in a national championship in those […]

How a Compton Journalism Course Improves...

Photo courtesy of Kendra Hatchett Adrian, 10, interviews his summer teacher at Compton Unified. Photo courtesy of Kendra Hatchett Adrian, 10, interviews his summer teacher at Compton Unified. Elementary students in Kendra Hatchett’s summer class in Compton are used to being asked questions by adults. Teachers ask them questions in class and on tests; managers […]

Carleton graduate selected for Congress-...

The Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (CBYX) has chosen Ava Chisholm ’22 as part of its 39th cohort of young professionals. Chisholm will spend 11 months in Germany learning German in addition to honing his skills in media production and radio broadcasting. “I found CBYX on ProFellow in the fall of my senior year and immediately started […]

Rowdies at Language School, Homeless Upd...

By Geoff Page Rowdies Language School The Midway area certainly has its share of problems, with homelessness being the biggest. At the regular monthly meeting of the Midway-Pacific Highway Community Planning Group on Wednesday, July 20, another less publicized issue was discussed: the rowdiness at the EF International Language School on Kenyon Street. The discussion […]

Obituary: David Rentz – Portland Press H

David Rentz David Rentz 1940 – 2022 NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. David Rentz died on July 17, 2022 at the age of 82, surrounded by his family in North Andover, Mass. David was born in 1940 in Detroit, Mich. and grew up in Lakeview, Mich. He studied for two years at the University of Detroit before […]

Pope set to issue historic apology for a...

Thousands of Indigenous people converged on the small Alberta community of Maskwacis on Monday to hear Pope Francis’ long-awaited apology for generations of abuse and cultural suppression at Catholic boarding schools across Canada. François was to arrive in the middle of the morning on the site of the former Ermineskin Indian boarding school, now largely […]

Joplin School Board to review turf propo...

The Joplin School Board will consider a proposal from the athletics program on Tuesday to replace the artificial turf on the Joplin High School softball field. Administrators will recommend that the project be completed by Mid-America Sports Construction for $355,151. Mid-America submitted the lower of two bids for the project, according to board documents. The […]

Chicago family creates sanctuaries for m...

CHICAGO — More than a dozen images of butterflies adorn the facade of Claudia Galeno-Sanchez’s home in the Pilsen neighborhood. There are monarch butterflies spreading their wings and many other colorful butterflies dotted in between. The small house stands out from the tall buildings on the block. It’s filled with milkweed plants and other flowers […]

Kansas high school students can apply fo...

A new grant from the US Russia Foundation will fund free online Russian lessons for Kansas high school students. Ani Kokobobo, a researcher at the University of Kansas, says the ongoing war in Ukraine is one reason the classes are needed. High school students who enroll will learn the basics of the Russian language but […]

Support continues for Hong Kongers build...

Over 40 national and regional organizations will share £3m to deliver projects £3.6million more for Welcome Hubs across the UK Ongoing money for the English language in England Holders of Hong Kong British National (Overseas) (BN(O)) status building a new life in the UK will continue to receive vital support after the government confirmed today […]

Commentary: Schools are the “hubs and he

Food deserts. Poor housing conditions. Lack of community investment.These challenges don’t always come to mind when people think about how to improve America’s public schools.But when my colleagues and I studied the 21st Century School Buildings Program, a $1.1 billion school building and renovation initiative in Baltimore, these were the kinds of issues that staff […]

School board nears decision to issue dis...

Relatively optimistic administrators [  By Kendra Walker  ] On Monday, July 18, the Gunnison Watershed School District Board of Trustees reviewed and discussed details of a potential November Ballot Bond Issue that would help fund building improvements throughout the district. The total cost of the project is $101,000,274, for a bond issue of about $89 […]

Westfield’s extended summer special educ

WESTFIELD — Extended school year classes for special education students are underway at three locations through the end of July, said Fort Meadow Superintendent Jonathan Scagel, who oversees the program at the early childhood center. Fort Meadow childhood, Westfield Middle School and Central Baptist Church. Scagel said the programs, which are available to some students […]

New ties forged with Turkey during speci...

Drogheda had the honor of being the first port of call outside Dublin for the Turkish ambassador, when he paid a whirlwind visit to the city on Monday. His Excellency Mr. Mehmet Hakan Olcay was appointed to the post earlier in 2021, however, due to COVID restrictions and other duties, has been unable to travel […]

CCSD votes in favor of school board poli...

CHARLESTON COUNTY, SC (WCBD) – The Charleston County School District (CCSD) will conduct a policy review of its board over the next six months. The CCSD announced the decision in a vote on Monday, passing the 5-4 motion to revise 11 sections A and C through L of the policy. “This is a connection to […]

Incoming Minister: We should start offer...

Lukas recognized that teachers who are constantly overworked need a break as well as extra motivation. “And they would like to see that their profession is valued,” he said on Vikerraadio’s morning show. “In the future, we could look at a year or a semester off, like in universities, in a certain amount of time, […]

Portland-area summer learning programs a...

With summer programs for high school students in full swing across the metro area, many school districts have shifted focus to try to spark curiosity and inspire students who have fallen behind to pursue a passion. for learning. In the North Clackamas, Beaverton, and Portland school districts in particular, there are many opportunities to explore […]

DHD: Sharing stories of IMB mission work

Cheers! This week’s DHD focuses on international missions. The International Mission Council (IMB) is the primary entity that Southern Baptists support for missionary work outside the United States. The Baptist messenger regularly receives articles about IMB missionaries and their work to share the Gospel around the world. Here are six such articles that I think […]

Unsung heroes: In Kodagu, a star athlete...

As sports fans around the world are hooked on the World Athletics Championships which kicked off in the United States, in Bengaluru, former Karnataka track and field athlete Ashwini Nachappa is solely focused on reviving activities from his sports academy in Kodagu after a “difficult two years”. Kodava by birth, Nachappa’s passion for athletics accelerated […]

Op-Ed: Why I’m Helping Save Native Langu

The origin of my fascination with indigenous languages ​​goes back to a Finnish rock band that my brother listened to called HIM. When I, at 12, heard them being interviewed in Finnish, I found their speech strangely captivating. With a quick Google search, I came across a few basic phrases, and had fun trying to […]

Keahbone uses Native American resolve to...

Above: At the SBC annual meeting in June 2022, Mike Keahbone votes for the resolution he helped draft on religious freedom and forced conversions among Native Americans. BP file photo by Adam Covington ANADARKO (BP)—Mike Keahbone, pastor of Lawton, First, not only played a crucial role in writing a resolution denouncing the forced conversion of […]

Hardesty elected chairman of the State B...

CHARLESTON, W.VA. — The West Virginia Board of Education (WVBE) unanimously elected board member L. Paul Hardesty as president today at its monthly meeting. Hardesty, a Logan County resident, has a 30-year career in public service at the county and state level. Nancy White, board member, was elected vice-chair. Chairman Hardesty was appointed to the […]

Red Sox 3B Devers trains with teammates ...

BOSTON (AP) — Red Sox star Rafael Devers works out with his teammates on and off the court. Born and raised in the Dominican Republic, the 25-year-old quickly rose through the minor ranks, becoming one of the game’s best hitters and brightest stars. He was voted the American League’s starting third baseman for the second […]

Ketchikan School Board Considers Nine Go...

The seal of the Ketchikan School District on display at the superintendent’s office. (KRBD file photo by Leila Kheiry) The Ketchikan School Board is expected to consider adopting its goals for the upcoming school year on Wednesday. A draft of the board’s priorities presents nine key points in three categories: education, trust and safety. Some […]

I moved to France without being able to ...

If you’ve ever been to France, you know it’s one of the friendliest, most open and welcoming countries in the world, especially for people who speak only English and not a word of the French language. Ah, I almost wrote that with a straight face. OK, maybe that’s a bit of an exaggeration. In fact, […]

Best Ways to Celebrate July 14 in the Bi...

From its founding fathers to its distinctive architecture, cuisine and laissez-faire attitude, New Orleans’ relationship with the beautiful France is both historical and ongoing. So, naturally, we take the opportunity to celebrate the French version of Independence Day, Bastille Day, this Thursday, July 14, with a lot of our own sense of joy of living. […]

Canucks: Award pick Jonathan Lekkerimaki...

Breadcrumb Links Sports NHL Hockey The long road to achieving high expectations continues on Monday when the Canucks’ four-day development camp opens at UBC Publication date : Jul 10, 2022 • 38 minutes ago • 4 minute read • Join the conversation Jonathan Lekkerimaki poses for a portrait during the 2022 NHL Scouting Combine at […]

You can learn a new language in these 4 ...

As an international student, it can be convenient for you to learn a new language. For instance, University of Chicago researchers have shown that thinking about your problems in a foreign language allows you to make more logical decisions because you don’t have a rich palette of words to cloud your thinking. When you learn […]

7 Incredible French Cities to Live in Du...

When thinking about retiring in France, there are so many options. Betting can be a bit overwhelming and anonymous for newcomers, not to mention incredibly expensive. While the stunning countryside, on the other hand, can be a bit secluded and lonely for newcomers. Finding your bearings in France can take time, especially if you are […]

Mia Manansala set to release third ‘comf

The cover of Mia Manansala’s upcoming novel, “Blackmail and Bibingka”. Book coach and author Mia Manansala burst onto the literary scene last year with its smash debut Arsenic and Adobo, which would turn out to be the first installment in an original and fun series steeped in rich Filipino heritage and spiced up with a […]

With $2.6 Million Federal Grant, Notre D...

Main building The University of Notre Dame received a grant of over $2.6 million from the U.S. Department of Education to continue supporting students at South Bend Community School Corp. having access to higher education. The grant was awarded to Notre Dame Upward Bound, one of the University’s two TRIO programs that helps low-income high […]

Who is running in the 2022 municipal ele...

Wondering who is looking for your vote in the 2022 municipal elections? Here is a brief overview of the confirmed candidates across Northumberland so far. Northumberland News will update this article at least weekly as more applicants submit their application materials. The following is a list of candidates confirmed so far from municipalities in the […]

House committee advances funding for hig...

The House Appropriations Committee approved a funding plan on June 30 that would increase funding for the Department of Education by 13% for fiscal year 2023. The bill, approved by the committee in a vote of 32 to 24 according to the parties, would allocate more than $3.9 billion to higher education, an increase of […]

St. Landry Parish Head Start Program Mak...

Readiness for early learning is making determined progress in St. Landry Parish despite a number of obstacles, according to two administrators of the Head Start program. Head Start Principal June Inhern and Pre-K Supervisor Melissa Arnaud provided school officials last week with an end-of-year overview of the Head Start program which is in its fourth […]

Pleasanton School Board’s OK Facilities

With the Pleasanton School Board unanimously adopting the new facility master plan at its regular meeting on June 23, the next big step for trustees is to order a school bond election in November – and push the measure through. . Pleasanton Unified School District staff began the process of updating the facilities master plan […]

Three arrested after reported robberies ...

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did you play any of these spin-offs?

When Kartik Chandra created Shabdle, a Hindi version of Wordle, he didn’t think a single player would be loyal. A student at MIT, Chandra had seen the Wordle spinoffs in foreign languages ​​and was inspired to create a prototype in Hindi while on vacation. “I just put it online to show it to friends…and then […]

Penobscot Bay Language School Hosts a Tr...

ROCKLAND — Penobscot Bay Language School, a nonprofit organization based in Midcoast Maine, celebrates spring with a traditional Italian dinner on Sunday, July 17, 2022, from 5-8 p.m. This indoor/outdoor fundraiser will include a traditional Italian dinner prepared by former PBLS Board Chair, cook and world traveler Lesie Fillnow (along with her husband Bob and […]

Book Review: Korean Teachers Explores Wo...

Korean teachers By Seo Su-jin, translated by Elizabeth BuehlerFiction/Harriett Press/Hardcover/223 pages/$30.92/Buy here4 out of 5 As for her debut in fiction, Seo Su-jin – a certified language teacher who has taught at several universities in Seoul – had to look no further than her own experience to find material. A Korean language school at H […]

Saskatchewan. boarding school closed 25...

It has been 25 years since the last boarding school in Saskatchewan closed, but some are still on the mend. Muscowequan Indian Residential School opened in 1889. It officially closed on June 30, 1997. “Twenty-five years ago – that’s recent,” said Geraldine Shingoose. Shingoose attended the school for nine years, between 1962 and 1971. She […]

Vote Wednesday for the next superintende...

IS IN PROGRESS RI REPORTER: YEAH. PE IS A REGION AND IN THE DISTRICT AND SUPPORTS SCHOOL THINGS DUFF RENT TOWN AND SUMMERVILLE AND ALSO HAS WORKED IN BOSTON SCHOOLS AND CHOSEN HAS MANY WORK BEFORE THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE COMMITTEE WIN ARE QUESTED LAST WEEK. I LEARN TEACHER. YOU HAVE LEARNED TO BE CARELE. THIS […]

Stellar Year for Students Receiving Nati...

Photo submitted The National Round of Competitive Higher Education Awards concludes at the end of June. More than 250 U of A students have been awarded nationally competitive scholarships, fellowships, grants, and internships in the 2021-2022 academic year for a total of more than $2.1 million. The Provost’s Office and […]

Tim Heidecker: review of the high school...

Over the past decade, in his musical career paralleling comedy, Tim Heidecker has amassed a deep catalog of soft-rock songs about mortality and grief, political dystopia and everyday existentialism. And yet, one of the most poignant tracks on his latest album, High schoolmainly concerns a Neil Young video, more specifically the Young videos from 1993 […]

The school is the 4th small employer in ...

Employees of St. Mary’s Catholic School take a quick selfie on August 10. (Courtesy of St. Mary’s Catholic School) Rebecca Maestas-Sanchez, principal of St. Mary’s Catholic School. (Courtesy of St. Mary’s Catholic School) St. Mary’s Catholic School is the 4th Best Workplace Small Employer for 2022. The description: St. Mary’s Catholic School is a bilingual […]

Tommy Welch says he’s ready to ‘kick off

“I’m not the kind of person to just say ‘hey, I feel like I’m ready to be superintendent, I might as well apply for any job,’” Welch said in a public interview Friday after noon to become Boston’s next superintendent. “I would only lead a district that I am emotionally and physically connected to,” he […]

Rowan University and Camden City School ...

Rowan University and Camden City School District (CCSD) announced on June 23 an expanded Pathways to College program that will allow 11e and 12e grade-level students to earn free college credit toward a four-year degree. Under the agreement, Camden High School juniors and seniors will complete up to four semesters of college coursework with faculty […]

Generous Grant Enables Expansion of Refu...

Job : June 23, 2022 Generous grant enables expansion of services for refugees and newcomers The $425,000 grant from the WK Kellogg Foundation will help students arriving from other countries and seeking asylum and refugee status in Albuquerque. The APS Education Foundation received the grant, which will be used to support the Albuquerque Public Schools […]

Sale of Stevens Elementary School to mov...

KAREN VIBERT-KENNEDY Thaddeus Stevens Elementary School, above, which currently has around 250 students and 34 professional and support staff, will close from June 30. At its meeting this week, the Williamsport Area School Board agreed to seek a local real estate agency to list and sell Stevens Elementary School. Earlier this […]

Stanley Johnson calls for ban on Chinese...

Boris Johnson’s father has called on the British Parliament to lift the ban on the Chinese ambassador ahead of his own visit to China to retrace the steps of Marco Polo. Stanley Johnson is planning a summer trip to Xinjiang province, home to the Uyghur minority persecuted by Beijing, for a TV show about the […]

Hillsborough County – Six Outstanding St

Job June 21, 2022 | 3:28 p.m. Middle and high school students honored for their leadership, volunteerism and success despite difficulties Each year the Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners Youth Excellence and Achievement Award (YEA!) recognize the positive contributions of young people in three categories: leadership, volunteering or community service, and success despite difficult […]

George Lamming, famous Caribbean novelis...

Placeholder while loading article actions George Lamming, a Barbadian author who placed the legacy of colonialism at the center of his novels and lyrical essays, earning a reputation as one of the finest Caribbean writers of his generation, died on June 4 in a nursing home in Bridgetown, the capital of his country. He was […]

George Lamming, giant of modern West Ind...

NEW YORK — George Lamming, a giant of postcolonial literature whose novels, essays and speeches influenced readers and peers in his native Barbados and around the world, has died at 94. His death this month was confirmed by Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley, who said: “Wherever George Lamming went he embodied that voice and that […]

Texas GOP platform calls for school ban ...

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to date with the most essential news from Texas. The Texas Republican Party voted Saturday on two new party platform planks aimed at banning the teaching of sex and sexuality in schools while simultaneously calling on Texas schools to teach the “dignity of […]

Indigenous News Roundup, June 12-18, 202...

WASHINGTON- Here is a summary of news related to Native Americans in the United States this week: Interior Secretary Haaland Creates First Tribal Advisory Committee Native American tribes have long complained that they are not included in the development of federal policies that affect them. US Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland on Wednesday announced […]

An NGO seeks to include sign language in...

A non-governmental organization, Friends Of People With Disability, has called on the Lagos State government to include sign language in the school curriculum, for educational inclusiveness for people with physical disabilities across the state. Speaking at the recent launch of the Sign Language Club in Lagos, FOPWD Executive Director Aku Orduh said the initiative was […]

Improve how we identify and support stud...

The American Rescue Plan Act has set aside $800 million to support the identification, enrollment and participation in schools of homeless students. This influx of funding has created a historic opportunity to strengthen services for one of the most underserved groups of students in American schools. We draw on several recently published studies to, first, […]

Canada Post unveils new stamp honoring I...

Considered a Father of Confederation for his role in the efforts that led to the creation of Nunavut This press release can also be read in Inuktut (click here). RANKIN INLET, NUDE, June 14, 2022 /CNW/ – At an event today at Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, Canada The Post has unveiled a new commemorative stamp recognizing […]

School language policies are criticized ...

Amendments to two Education Acts of Parliament will change the way public school language policies are set. The Basic Education (Bela) Amendment Act Bill seeks to amend the South African Schools Act 1996 (SASA) and the Educators Employment Act 1998 (EEA). The Bela bill took five years to develop, with a draft presented to parliament […]

Talk with me baby at Grady Hospital

By Rollins Center for Language & Literacy at Atlanta Speech School Grady Memorial Hospital has redefined the standard of care for babies with a groundbreaking initiative developed and tested in Grady over the past five years called Talk to me baby. Devotion to the idea of ​​”language nutrition” is central to Grady’s work. With this […]

Coola celebrates 100 fabulous years

A former polyglot florist described by her daughter as “captivatingly eccentric” will celebrate a milestone tomorrow (June 14). Coola Velis will become Queensland’s newest centenarian when she turns 100 at the Carinity Wishart Gardens aged care community in Brisbane. She was born Kuria Coola Flaskas on the small Greek island of Kythira, to her parents […]

Fox Chapel Area School District News

Scott Vensel, an eighth-grade language arts teacher at Dorseyville Middle School in the Fox Chapel Area School District, Scott Vensel, has been selected to attend the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous Summer Institute for the teachers. The program is an intensive, high-level academic seminar in which participants examine the Holocaust from the precedents found in […]

Most Hispanic U.S. States Rate the Benef...

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) — Jacqueline Powell and her fourth-grade classmates worked on pencil and paper to write a letter in Spanish about what they did in class this year. Powell explained the mission in perfect Spanish before struggling to translate the words to complete his sentence. The 10-year-old charter school student raised his forearms to […]

Langley agency that started in 1916 barn...

Suaad Sharif was a social worker in her native country, Iraq. But she and her husband knew they could no longer stay in the area due to political and social issues including war, injustice, corruption. One of the first things they did when they and their children moved to Langley in 2016 was computer research. […]

In Miami, Cuban Americans oppose Democra...

MIAMI — News of a deal to buy Spanish-language radio stations is sparking opposition in Miami, where Cuban exiles describe it as an attempt to stifle conservative voices. The Latino Media Network, a startup founded by two political strategists who worked for the presidential campaigns of President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, has reached a […]

Children with autism are more bullied. ...

Children diagnosed with neurodevelopmental disorders, such as autism, encounter various types of challenges in school. This may be due to communication and also to relationships with other children. A growing body of evidence indicates that children with autism are more likely to be bullied. We just published a study that observed that autism is the […]

Reviews | When the Pronoun Police Come ...

Placeholder while loading article actions If the Kiel, Wisconsin, school district’s pronoun police were just another waking outgrowth of American education, they would be nothing but local embarrassments. These enforcers are, however, a national disgrace as they are a direct result of federal anarchy with a progressive pedigree. In April, the district filed charges against […]

Flight carrying 170 Ukrainians fleeing w...

A flight carrying 170 people fleeing war-torn Ukraine landed in Moncton on Tuesday afternoon. The Ukrainians were greeted by New Brunswick government officials, including Premier Blaine Higgs, on the tarmac at the Greater Moncton International Airport. There they will meet hosts who are committed to helping house and settle newcomers. Lieutenant Governor Brenda Murphy and […]

Blasphemous voicemail on how parents par...

Harper Woods councilman says son left profanity-filled voicemail for school A Harper Woods councilman denies being the one who left a profanity-filled voicemail complaining about parking at the town’s college. The school district superintendent believes the voicemail was racist and has filed a complaint with the police. HARPER WOODS, Mich. (FOX 2) – Police are […]

Puzzle Monday: Secrets of the Original C...

In the fall of 1918, in the In the Allied trenches, a US Army captain walked past two Native American soldiers talking in a language he didn’t understand. They spoke Choctaw. With approximately 7,000 speakers, it is one of the 10 most widely spoken Native American languages ​​in the United States. The anonymous captain had […]

Top 5 EdTech Startups Judging by Funds R...

Globally, technology has become the engine of all sectors of the economy. From financial services to agriculture, transportation and even education, technology is revolutionizing businesses in all spheres of life. Today, tech startups are deploying different solutions to address challenges in each of these sectors. Education, for example, is changing dramatically with the emergence of […]

English Montreal School Board Files Laws...

Breadcrumb Links New Local News “These provisions infringe the right to manage and control the language of communications within English school boards.” Author of the article: Paul Cherry • Montreal Gazette Publication date : June 04, 2022 • 3 hours ago • 3 minute read • 73 comments Hundreds of Montrealers gathered at Place du […]

Home: Bettina Twyman | Maribyrnong Bay ...

After moving west five years ago, Bettina Twyman of Newport has become a vital member of the local community. Working as a project coordinator at the Yarraville Community Center, she and her family loved the warm and welcoming nature of the area and its people, as she tells Matthew Sims. What is your connection to […]

Japan and Brazil linked by football, bas...

OIZUMI, Japan — Brazil’s national soccer team draws everywhere they play, often a sentimental choice. The affection will be deeper for some in Japan when the countries play in Tokyo on Monday, with both heading to the World Cup in Qatar. Geographically distant and culturally distinct, Brazil and Japan are linked by more than a […]

Dallas ISD Announces Launch of Newcomer ...

Thomas Jefferson High School, in conjunction with the Dual Language ESL department, will launch a Newcomer Academy in the 2022-2023 school year to provide additional support for students who are recent immigrants and are learning English. The Newcomer Academy will serve Jefferson High’s 9th and 10th graders who are new to the country – approximately […]

2021 Banaag Presidential Award Recipient...

For six years now, the London Filipino Center-CIC (LFC-CIC) in the United Kingdom (UK) has been dedicated to promoting Filipino language, arts, culture, sports and recreation. Founded by long-time UK resident Ricardo Patriarca in 2016, the social enterprise’s mission statement states that it “…adheres to the preservation and promotion of our rich language and culture […]

Colgan students raise funds to help refu...

Students at Charles J. Colgan Sr. High School raise money for a refugee fundraising campaign Three PWCS students and a PWCS graduate have raised over $5,000 to create 275 feminine hygiene kits to help displaced refugees at a shelter in Leesburg, Virginia. The items collected for refugees are part of a coordinated effort with Operation […]

Registration closes May 31 for these con...

On behalf of Continuing Education, we would like to share a reminder that registration will close on Tuesday, May 31 at 11:59 p.m. for the following programs. Learn more about continuing education summer programs here. Reach Ahead CREDIT Program Current 8th graders moving on to 9th grade can earn half or full credit before starting […]

Empowering Indigenous Children to Close ...

For more than 60,000 years, storytelling has been central to Indigenous culture. At Waranwarin Early Learning Center in Sydney’s southwest, reading books together is a highlight of each day for classes of young First Nations children. With specialist learning programs supported by the Australian Literacy and Numeracy Foundation (ALNF), the center is one of hundreds […]

Meeting the Needs of English Language Le...

QUINCY — Iles freshman Rodolfo Rodriguez read aloud to learn more about Chris, Mark and John. John is bad at making his bed. Mark is less good at making his bed. Chris is the worst at making his bed. It’s a lesson in words that mean similar things and words that have more than one […]

Modi Chennai visits latest news, Chennai...

Tamil is expected to be the official language of the High Court in Madras and Union government offices in the state, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin said Thursday in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the stadium. Chennai Jawaharlal Nehru. Hailing Prime Minister Modi, who had come to lay the foundation stones […]

Castroneves eyes historic fifth Indianap...

Placeholder while loading article actions INDIANAPOLIS — Helio Castroneves lost his first battle to position himself in the parking lot of the Global Preparatory Academy, a bilingual school located less than 10 minutes from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He had been to school before, knew he was supposed to park in a back alley, and […]

Ex-Japan rugby international Latu helps ...

A Tonga-born former Japanese rugby international is using his sporting connections to help the South Pacific island nation recover from a powerful volcanic eruption and tsunami in January. One of the first Tongan players to represent a Japanese college rugby team, William Sinali Latu, who first came to Japan as a teenage exchange student, led […]

No parent should have to live like this

Four days ago, I filled out the paperwork to enroll my son in kindergarten. After sending the email – filled with attachments of IDs, birth certificates, proof of residency and vaccination records – I turned to my wife and said the cliche ultimate parenting: “They’re really growing up so fast.” I picked up my phone […]

How language-rich math can help students...

Credit: Allison Shelley for American Education Credit: Allison Shelley for American Education When Nicole Thompson teaches a math word problem to her fourth-grade class at Pajaro Valley Unified, she has the class read it three times. After the first reading, students discuss with a partner the situation described in the problem word. The second time […]

Thousands demonstrate in Belfast against...

Hailed as the ‘biggest Irish language protest of a generation’, the weekend’s An Lá Dearg event in Belfast was planned just under two months ago due to growing concerns over stalled legislation . Around 10,000 protesters marched through the city on Saturday demanding the immediate introduction of Irish language legislation, while celebrating the “community revival” […]

South County Events, May 22

Town halls: Chula Vista, 5:00 p.m. Tuesday School boards: National School District (National City), 6 p.m. Wednesday; San Diego Unified School District, 5:00 p.m. Tuesday Imperial Beach organizes a free concert Imperial Beach and the Imperial Beach Branch of the San Diego County Library are teaming up to offer another in the free Concert in […]

Cuthand: Cecil King is remembered for hi...

Breadcrumb Links Columnists King loved his mother tongue and urged his students not to treat it like an artifact, but to treat it like a living language. Author of the article: Doug Cutand • Star Phoenix of Saskatoon Doug Cuthand is the Aboriginal affairs columnist for the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and the Regina Leader-Post. Photo by […]

Online school memo system helps bridge l...

UTSUNOMIYA–The E-Tra note, a multilingual online school memo system, is touted as both simple to use and accurate. “I want to turn the ‘special’ into a part of the ‘ordinary’,” said Hideki Wakabayashi, 59, the developer of the E-Tra Note. “I hope teachers will deal with non-Japanese children and their families without using the language […]

Eight resilient women share their storie...

EIGHT women from around the world, brought together by a businesswoman from Warrington, have shared their stories of resilience in a new book. Their goal is to make sure people don’t feel alone in times of trauma.Former teacher, author and positive psychology coach Louisa Herridge, 42, of Paddington, has risen to the top of Amazon’s […]

High School Students Obtain Bi-Literacy ...

Seventeen Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) seniors recently earned the Biliteracy World Seal. Recognition is given to students and educators who have studied and mastered two or more languages ​​and can be used as a credential for academic and professional purposes. The Global Seal of Biliteracy is serially numbered and can be listed as a […]

NYC Education Committee approves school ...

Following a resounding rejection last month, New York’s education panel on Wednesday approved the city’s school funding formula for next year, as Schools Chancellor David Banks pledged to create a group who will look at the 15-year formula. The city’s commitment follows concerns from some panel members and public school advocates that the current funding […]

Philadelphia ballot questions accepted: ...

💌 Do you like Philly? Sign up for Billy Penn’s free newsletter to get everything you need to know about Philadelphia, every day. On election night, a familiar result happened: The Philly charter change vote questions passed across the board. But somewhat surprisingly, the removal of gendered language from city administrative documents has proven to […]

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 […]