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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 […]

Twisp – Methow Valley News

Photo courtesy Shiloh LuvonShiloh Luvon, a recent graduate of the Independent Learning Center, teaches English in Nepal. Shiloh Luvon, a recent graduate of the Center for Independent Learning, didn’t know what to expect when he arrived in a remote Nepalese village a few weeks ago. Teaching English in a chicken coop was not part of […]

Kyodo News Digest: February 23, 2022

Here is the latest list of news digests selected by Kyodo News. ———- Biden says Russia is starting ‘invasion’ of Ukraine, unveils sanctions WASHINGTON — Russia is beginning an “invasion” of Ukraine, U.S. President Joe Biden said on Tuesday, as he and other Western leaders moved to impose sanctions on Moscow in response to his […]

Why I salute | Opinion

I was warned, before embarking for the United States, that Americans have poor English. Although I appreciated such efforts to prepare for my experience in this country, I remained unfazed. On the one hand, bad grammar, especially in a language that has established itself in the world, can only be expected. In fact, embracing “bad […]

Bilingual program aims to train students...

Two Catholic high schools on Long Island were struggling to enroll, so church leaders came up with a bold plan: turn them into a bilingual, bilingual school. Six months after the start of the Diocese of Rockville Center’s first venture into bilingual programs, the dual-campus Our Lady of Guadalupe School in Central Islip and Deer […]

In remote Bamiyan, a school run by an Af...

Bamiyan, Afghanistan – It’s 6 a.m. and Freshta is sweeping the floor of her makeshift underground school in Afghanistan’s Bamiyan province. Donkeys descend the orange earth hills of its timeless village to fetch water, while cave houses wake to the smell of freshly baked flatbread. Up to 50 children, mostly girls, attend the informal school […]

Maxwell AFB and DoDEA Reflect on Integra...

MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Alabama (AFNS) — This year the Department of Defense Education Activity celebrates 75 years of military-related student education, engagement and empowerment. DoDEA is also proud of its history of advocating for justice and equality. Indeed, in 1963, Maxwell Air Force BaseMaxwell’s DoDEA school, Maxwell Elementary/Middle School, was […]

Paso Robles School District Braces for C...

Big changes are on the horizon for a few elementary schools in Paso Robles following a recent school board meeting. For 14 months, Paso People’s Action has been mobilizing to keep Georgia Brown Elementary School open. “We accomplished that, so that was a huge win,” said Yessenia Echevarria, community organizer/co-founder of Paso People’s Action. At […]

Beijing to ban all preschool tutoring ap...

February 18, 2022 Beijing’s education regulator has told operators of mobile apps for training and educating preschoolers to ‘cease all operations’, while those for older children must register with authorities The education regulator in Beijing, the Chinese capital, is extending its crackdown on tutoring to mobile apps that target preschoolers. “Mobile apps for training and […]

Student pharmacy dean sexually harassed,...

Editor’s note: This story contains explicit language and descriptions of sexual harassment. Richard Hansen, dean of the Harrison School of Pharmacy at Auburn University, was found liable for a violation of Auburn’s policy against harassment and discrimination after he sexually harassed a student at an off-campus bar in last spring, according to documents received by […]

Merry Acers Middle School Hosts Social S...

ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) — Students at Merry Acres Middle School pulled out all the stops at their social studies fair. Students were able to choose a topic and present it in front of their teachers and peers. Nathalie Moreau from WALB was there to see it all. The students took over the gymnasium, sharing their […]

Eden Prairie School helps collect French...

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Yukon First Nations School Board officia...

The Yukon officially has a First Nations school board. Territorial Education Minister Jeanie McLean signed at a press conference Monday two documents materializing the long-awaited initiative – a Ministerial Order formally establishing the Board of Directors and a Letter of Agreement for a interim governance. Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation Chief Dana Tizya-Tramm, who chairs the […]

NSBA chief Chip Slaven knew about contro...

The National School Board Association was aware that Attorney General Merrick Garland was planning to release a controversial memo in response to the NSBA’s letter comparing parents’ protests over COVID-19 school mandates to “domestic terrorism” before the memo was released, according to emails obtained by Fox News. “I understand Chip [Slaven] were familiar with the […]

Rabia Hos selected by US State Departmen...

KINGSTON, RI – February 14, 2022 – The United States Department of State has selected Rabia Hos, associate professor of TESOL/Bilingual-Dual Language Education at the School of Education at the University of Rhode Island, for a project to English language specialist focused on training teachers of English language learners and empowering women in rural communities […]

Hospitalizations for COVID-19 in Prince ...

Hospitalizations related to COVID-19 in Prince Edward Island remain stable as the number of active cases continues to decline. Four people are hospitalized with COVID-19, the Office of Public Health said in a statement Sunday. Four other people admitted for other reasons have also tested positive for the virus. There is no change in the […]

Agenda set for RSU 71 Board meeting on F...

BELFAST – The agenda for the next Regional School Unit 71 School Council meeting has been set. The meeting will take place on Monday, February 14 at 5:30 p.m. in the high school music room. Attendees can participate via Zoom or in person with masks required for those attending in person. If unmasked people are […]

A Teacher’s Journey Around the World – K

Spencer Edwards always found himself moving to pursue a better opportunity in his life and, by a twist of fate, ended up in a small town in northern British Columbia. Edwards, 49, found various opportunities to take him around the world, ones that eventually brought him here to Kitimat. Edwards was born in South Wales […]

Waltham receives grant to expand bilingu...

WALTHAM, MA – Waltham Public Schools has received an Alternative Education Programs for English Learners FY22 grant from the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) to expand the dual-language school into 6th grade in Kennedy Middle School. The grant has been submitted and will be managed by the Multilingual Department. The principal of […]

End of an era | Cranbourne Star News

By Marcus Uhe Things are going to be a little different at Thomas Mitchell Elementary School in Endeavor Hills this year. Each morning when students arrive for another day of learning, they are greeted at the front door with the familiar face and friendly smile of their principal, John Hurley, ensuring they start their day […]

Obituary: Jerome E. “Jerry” Maschino

Jerome E. “Jerry” Maschino NAPLES, Fla. – Jerome E. “Jerry” Maschino, 85, died peacefully on the afternoon of January 28, 2022 in Naples, Fla., due to complications from Hodgkin’s lymphoma. He was born in Gardiner, September 25, 1936, to Carl W. and Mary (Farrell) Maschino. He had recently moved to Ave Maria, Florida to be […]

Public Review of Educational Resources –

EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FOR ELA, HEALTH/PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND ESOL Beginning February 9, 2022, educational resources for English Language Arts, Physical/Health Education, and ESOL will be on display for community review. Parents, teachers and lay citizens are invited to explore the many resources envisioned for students and teachers. In order to build a powerful community of critical […]

Deering graduate teacher teams up to cre...

Aidan Blum Levine is only 19, but his first introduction to coding was so long ago that he can’t even remember. In early elementary school, he used basic coding to create his own games, then moved on to websites. By the time he graduated from Deering High School last spring, he had developed several web-based […]

Critical Race Theory Exposed by Misinfor...

Critical race theory is a buzzword that is at the center of a heated debate about what children learn in classrooms. The only problem – what does it mean? Some Republican parents and lawmakers say educators are “indoctrinating” students with certain lessons about race that make students feel “uncomfortable” or “ashamed.” They say critical race […]

Update: Zoning regulations conundrum Ric...

A church has been told it is not complying with zoning regulations, which do not allow ‘religious assemblies’ in industrial areas A Richmond pastor said he was praying that Richmond City Council would grant his church a temporary use permit to operate in an industrial area. But the irony is that it was prayer and […]

Freda Thorlakkson is turning 100 – Chico

CHICO — Almost 100-year-old Freda Thorlaksson doesn’t think living to nearly 100 is a big deal, but her daughter Brooks Thorlaksson begs her to disagree. “Our mother has always been very focused and task-oriented, so it’s no surprise that she’s thrived at every stage of her remarkable 100 years,” Brooks Thorlaksson said. “She’s had a […]

Cancellations slow island as storm inten...

Islanders can expect a heap of snow, along with sleet, through Friday and into Saturday morning. “It’s a slow-moving system. It’s a very different type of storm system than the previous three,” CBC meteorologist Jay Scotland said. “It’s a very large frontal border.” This means that it will not be as intense in terms of […]

Yo-yos, Asian pride, culture and nervous...

Cayden Shen will be on center court Friday night for the Long Island Nets basketball game, but it’s not the hoops that make him nervous and excited — a Lunar New Year performance makes him more anxious. “It will be my first basketball game, so it will be really cool to attend and play,” 15-year-old […]

CMS program to prepare Latino teachers t...

Esta historia is available in español en The Notice. Mauricio Restrepo was an almost perfect example of how Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools can increase Latino representation among its educators. When he and his wife moved to Charlotte, he was working in the restaurant business. A new neighbor told her about a job offer at Hornets Nest Elementary […]

Virtual classrooms could expand language...

(TNS) – Carroll County Public Schools currently offers five world languages ​​to high school students: American Sign Language, French, German, Latin and Spanish, but no students in the county have really the possibility of choosing among the five. Francis Scott Key High School only offers Spanish, while Century and Manchester Valley High Schools each offer […]

Woodland School District and CLC Partner...

Dozens of parents of English language learners from Woodland Elementary District 50 met Monday night at Woodland Intermediate to learn about a free adult education program to help them build English and computer skills. Robert Machak, assistant superintendent of education for the district, said parents who take the classes, which are housed in district schools, […]

Congratulations to Oak Ridge Schools Tea...

Oak Ridge Schools officials announced their Teachers of the Year, along with the selections for District-wide Teacher Assistant and Principal of the Year. The Teacher of the Year program recognizes outstanding teachers in Tennessee. Tennessee Department of Education staff applaud teachers who care about children, who dedicate their professional lives to enriching the lives of […]

GEORGE MCMAHON Obituary (2022) – Boston,

McMAHON, George Christopher Distinguished Veteran and Attorney passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on January 26, 2022. Born August 20, 1945 in New Britain, CT, George was one of six children born to Dr. George W. and Patricia McMahon (Mangan). His childhood was filled with happy summers at Black Point in Niantic, […]

Lexi School of Modern Greek: passionate ...

At Lexi School of Modern Greek, a dynamic team of dedicated teachers are passionate about keeping the Greek language alive in our community. Through an interactive thematic approach and modern teaching methodologies, they provide an engaging and stimulating classroom environment for preschool, primary and secondary students. They strive to instill in their students a genuine […]

Linguist Lucy offers new French and Span...

Lucy Rock. Charlesworth mum Lucy Rock has teamed up with a local language school to offer new beginner French and Spanish courses for adults at Glossopdale School in Hadfield. Lucy, who holds an MA in Modern Languages ​​from the University of Manchester, lived and worked in Spain and France before returning to her roots 10 […]

Rockport-Fulton teacher on furlough afte...

A Rockport-Fulton Middle School teacher has been placed on administrative leave after apparently using racial slurs and inappropriate language in front of students. The incident allegedly happened during lunch, when a small group of students were gathered with the teacher. The language was reportedly captured on video and the parents contacted the district administration after […]

Piney Branch ES students study the solar...

Students at Piney Branch Elementary School use innovative performance-based learning to study the solar system At Piney Branch Elementary School, students in Elizabeth McKeown’s fourth-grade class raved about “toilet paper or TP” on the school lawn in the name of science. The students gave a performance-based lesson on the solar system, which is part of […]

The Pryor Center Presents “”Once Forgott

Photo submitted Obed Lamy The Pryor Center Presents lecture series presented by the David and Barbara Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History at the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences continues Thursday, February 3 with a screening of Obed Lamy’s documentary film once forgotten. Lamy will be joined by Margaret […]

Two Rochester researchers named AAAS Fel...

January 26, 2022 Nicholas Bigelow (left) and computer scientist Michael Scott (right) are among members of the American Association for the Advancement of Science who were elected fellows this year. (Photos University of Rochester / J. Adam Fenster) The world’s largest multidisciplinary scientific society has recognized Nicholas Bigelow and […]

Named Palm Beach County Principal and Te...

WEST PALM BEACH — In a year focused on addressing learning loss, Palm Beach County Public School leaders on Tuesday recognized educators who have found new ways to improve student learning on campuses with outsized challenges. As Principal of the Year, the school district named Robera Walker, the principal of Belle Glade Elementary, who saw […]

Agustín Rayo appointed Dean of SHASS |

Agustín Rayo PhD ’01, an accomplished philosopher and seasoned MIT administrator, has been named the new Dean of the Institute’s School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (SHASS). The appointment takes effect on February 1. Rayo, a professor in the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at MIT, has been a faculty member of the Institute […]

Longtime Ramona Unified School Board mem...

Ramona resident Kim Lasley, who had a passion for helping children and served on the Ramona Unified School Board for more than a decade, died of cancer on Sunday. Ramona Unified School Board President Daryn Drum said Lasley has demonstrated her dedication to children through many acts of kindness. Lasley, through the Ramona Rotary Club, […]

Lots of unknowns, lots of hope as Yukone...

For Melanie Bennett, it’s a “model of reconciliation” and it’s worth a leap of faith. She has spent the past few months as one of the most public advocates of the “yes” vote in an ongoing referendum in several Yukon communities. The vote could cause the biggest shake-up to the territory’s education system in a […]

SBS language | Back-to-school pandemic ...

Pupils are returning to Victorian classrooms at the end of January after COVID-19 forced many children to experience up to 18 months of interrupted and remote learning. The Victorian government has released its back-to-school plan, which includes the delivery of more than 14 million rapid antigen tests to primary and secondary schools. Premier Daniel Andrews […]

To tell the Catholic story this week, yo...

KEY WEST, Fla. — Over the centuries, the Catholic Church has often led the pack in two distinct specialties: breaking your heart, then stitching it back together with a new infusion of hope. Last week brought classic examples of both. From Munich, we received a report from a law firm commissioned by the archdiocese documenting […]

Mental Health Awareness Event Coming to ...

PIEDMONT, SC (FOX Carolina) – Lisa Wilson, Wren’s high school graduation coach, says the Wren High School community has faced its fair share of tragedy over the past few years. “Several who committed suicide,” she explained. In an attempt to help the school, the #SameHere Schools program is coming to Wren High on Monday. “I […]

For the love of language

Digital media is full of information and therefore the school curriculum should be designed to rekindle interest in languages It’s the first of January of all my years that I spend without my father, who was fit as a fiddle at 91 until the second wave of corona ripped him away from us. I remember […]

Train announcements in Welsh are ‘incomp

//= do_shortcode(‘[in-content-square]’) ?> A GWR train at Cardiff Central Station. Phot by Dai Lygad is licensed under CC BY 2.0 A Telegraph deputy editor has taken aim at the ‘incomprehensible’ Welsh announcements he hears when traveling on the train to Wales. Christopher Howse was responding to a review by England’s Transport Secretary Grant Shapps to […]

Letters: Risks related to takeovers | V...

Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. State takeover of PG&Ecarries its own risks Obviously, PG&E has a lot to blame because of the fires in Northern California, as well as the gas explosion in San Bruno a few years ago. But you talk about a California […]

“True experts” to keep remedial courses

After four years of teaching Maori te reo to more than 140 students, Oamaru Language School founder Sophia Leon de la Barra is moving on. Miss Leon de la Barra said she is now turning her attention to exploring sustainable patterns of living. “I never really planned to be a teacher – life is full […]

State Superintendent Speaks on Current C...

Georgia schools continue to face new challenges posed by the pandemic, while dealing with issues that are not new but have been exacerbated by COVID-19, such as teacher burnout and low retention rates. State Superintendent Richard Woods addressed both concerns Thursday when speaking to gifted coordinators and school staff across the state on day two […]

Spotlight on APS Schools During Choice W...

Job : January 20, 2022 Spotlight on APS Schools During Choice Week National School Choice Week runs from January 23-29 National School Choice Week is a time to brag about APS schools, teachers, staff and, of course, students. There is a lot of fantastic and innovative learning in our schools, so why not honk your […]

School bans children’s coats – then blam

A SCHOOL that banned children from wearing coats has now blamed PARENTS for ‘abusive’ language while calling their fury ‘shattering’. Outraged mums and dads have blasted Bishop Heber in Malpas, Cheshire, after pupils were left ‘frozen’ as staff confiscated jackets which did not bear the school logo. 2 Parents furious after staff confiscated children’s coats […]

Bilingual LPS Liaison Officers help immi...

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) – When families new to the United States travel to Nebraska, Lincoln Public Schools offers a special program to help ease that transition. The need has grown over the years, and Wednesday’s LPS “Learning Breakfast” highlighted the people who are there for immigrant and refugee families every step of the way. LPS […]

Himachal to introduce Sanskrit language ...

The government of Himachal will introduce Sanskrit language and Vedic mathematics in elementary grades. STRONG POINTS Chairman of Himachal Pradesh School Education Board (HPSEB), Dr. Suresh Kumar Soni says that the new curriculum will be introduced from the next academic session Sanskrit will be taught from class 3 and Vedic mathematics from 6th standard. Congress […]

Junior Cronkite Wins First Prize in Hear...

A Cronkite senior has won first prize in a national photojournalism competition – for the second time. Alberto Mariani won first place in the 2021-2022 Hearst Journalism Awards Program photojournalism news and reporting competition. His work was selected from 101 entries submitted by 56 universities nationwide. Mariani explains, “I became interested in photojournalism after visiting […]

Action video games can help improve chil...

An Italian-Swiss team demonstrates that children’s reading skills can be improved with a new kid-friendly action video game. What if video games, instead of being an obstacle to literacy, could actually help children improve their reading skills? A team from the University of Geneva (UNIGE) has teamed up with scientists from the University of Trento […]

Deaf Black Teen Publishes Own Book About...

Deaf Black Teen Publishes Own Book About American Sign Language She didn’t see herself – a person of color – in American Sign Language books – so she created her own, with family and friends signing the alphabet. DETROIT (FOX 2) – “My name is Khyiana Tate,” she said in sign language. Khyiana Tate is […]

Winter storm turns first day of in-perso...

Breadcrumb Links News In Montreal on Monday, all English and French schools were closed in the face of a winter storm warning Author of the article: Publication date : January 17, 2022 • 11 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Heavy snow makes shoveling particularly difficult for Andra Morrison in a […]

COVID-19: Relief, anxiety as children re...

Breadcrumb Links Quebec News Local News But the scheduled return to classrooms on Monday will be delayed across much of the province due to the arrival of a major winter storm. Education Minister Jean-Francois Roberge said parents could be called on “as a last resort” to temporarily monitor a class in the event of high […]

EU News: Schools postpone Brexit visit t...

According to a survey by the Tourism Alliance, teachers in EU schools “find it too difficult to organize trips to the UK”. Director of the UK-based Tourism Alliance, Kurt Janson, said: “Businesses that rely on international travel have done poorly, language schools, events, conferences. And because the reservation times for these things are longer, they […]

Sault Ste. Marie honors Wiikwemkoong wo...

For five decades, Barbara Nolan has dedicated her life to the preservation of the Anishnaabemowin, and she was recently recognized for her efforts by the City of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Nolan, a native of Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory, received the town’s Medal of Merit, its highest honor given to individuals who have made outstanding contributions […]

Youngkin’s executive orders focus on edu

Among Youngkin’s executive orders was an action to “investigate wrongdoing in Loudoun County,” which also received national attention for a politically explosive school sexual assault case. The lot also included an order to ’empower Virginia parents in the education of their children’ by letting them decide whether their children should wear masks at school, in […]

Launch of the English version of a book ...

SINGAPORE – Singapore’s Tamil Muslim community has contributed to the republic’s multiracial and religious harmony, with collective efforts that have strengthened the nation’s social compact, Education Minister Chan Chun Sing said on Saturday. In 1946, for example, members of the community donated part of their salary to help the Singapore Kadayanallur Muslim League (SKML) start […]

Indiana Senate drops controversial schoo...

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Senate will not consider controversial Republican-backed legislation that supporters say would have increased parental control over what their children learn, but which teachers and others say criticism, would have constituted censorship, a senior lawmaker said on Friday. Members of the Republican-led Legislature worked on the bill this week, “but determined […]

Plan for pupils to learn 1,700 words for...

The government must press ahead with controversial changes to language teaching in schools, which would see English pupils memorizing 1,700-word lists to pass GCSEs in Spanish, French or German. The Department for Education (DfE) decision comes despite opposition from language associations, teachers’ unions and principals of public and independent schools, as well as fears it […]

Anti-Semitic flyers in Santa Monica scho...

Anti-Semitic flyers that appear to link Jews to the anti-vaccine movement were discovered Thursday morning at several Santa Monica elementary and middle schools, the latest in a string of similar incidents in Los Angeles County, authorities said. School staff members who arrived before 8 a.m. found the posters hanging on walls and signage, among other […]

Secondary Education of Refugee Adolescen...

Why refugee girls miss secondary school Shelby Carvalho Despite global and regional commitments to ensure that all children have access to education, refugee children are being left behind. Secondary school enrollment for refugees lags behind children in host communities in almost all major host countries, with gaps often larger for girls. The UN Refugee Agency, […]

Cowichan Tribes to Take Over Schools

Members of the Cowichan Tribes voted 74 percent in favor of a new education agreement with the federal government that will allow the community to manage its own education. The agreement will cover two existing Cowichan Tribes schools – a Kindergarten to Grade 4 elementary school which is extended to Grade 7 and a secondary […]

Lloydene Balyeat obituary (1925 – 2021)

Born September 18, 1925 in Wichita, Kansas, to Lloyd and Helen Umstot and returned “home” December 31, 2021 in Duncanville, Texas. Lloydene liked to tell people that she was older than sliced ​​bread.Lloydene gave her life to Christ at age eight, surrendered to God’s call to mission at age sixteen, and never looked back.She met […]

Cowichan Tribes to open own school distr...

Little students in Miss Tommy’s kindergarten class at Quw’utsun Smuneem School sang proudly and fluently in their Hul’qumi’num language on Tuesday. The younger generation of Cowichan tribesmen learn the ways of their people – and the pride of the culture – at their own Indigenous school in Duncan, after years of suppression for their ancestors. […]