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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 […]

Mykhailo Golod of Ukraine to the players

Mykhailo Golod became a 15-year-old again on Monday. The tall, thin teenager who last week had desperately fled the war in Ukraine with his mother found himself at TPC Sawgrass and was introduced to a hearty chorus of cheers as an honorary observer at THE PLAYERS Championship. Mykhailo Golod, statements “It’s a moment I will […]

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 […]

What makes a lesson memorable? This is ...

The new question of the week, aimed at students, is as follows: What was your best classroom experience and what action or actions did a teacher take to help you get there (if they did)? Please be specific. What can other teachers learn from this experience? I previously shared answers to a similar question on […]

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, […]

Jesuit University professors sign letter...

Sixty-four faculty members from St. Louis University, a Jesuit school in Missouri, have signed a letter to the state House of Representatives opposing legislation to ban teachings about race, gender gender, class and sexuality in public schools. The letter opposes bills like HB 1474 and H.B. 1995which would respectively ban the teaching of Critical Race […]

China jails Uyghur man for teaching in h...

China jails Uyghur teacher in Xinjiang for teaching in local language. (Representative) Beijing: A Uyghur educator, previously honored by the government for outstanding work, is serving a seven-year prison sentence in China’s restive Xinjiang region for violating Chinese policy by teaching students in Uyghur – their native language, said a news article quoting one of […]

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 […]

MSCS sophomores must attend summer schoo...

Of the 15,000 students set to attend Memphis-Shelby County Schools Enrichment Camps this summer, at least hundreds of students will need to attend to advance to third grade. The borough plans to enroll first and foremost CE2 students who need to improve their reading skills as part of the “commitment third” policy implemented this school […]

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 […]

First Nation ‘devastated’ after elder di

Every morning when the school doors opened to the Ochapowace Nation, Albert Isaac was there in his wheelchair with his smudging bowl, greeting people. The 65-year-old went from class to class to pray and smudge with students at Kakiswiew School, said Nicole Bear, director of education for Ochapowace, a Cree Nation about 155 kilometers east […]

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 […]

Critical Race Theory Opens New Opportuni...

Amid the heated national controversy over CRT in schools, some Black educators are openly using the framework to help students better understand history and contextualize current events. March 8, 2022 Most American students graduate from high school never learning a full, unvarnished account of their nation‘s story. Systemic racism within the education system, historical erasure […]

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 […]

“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 […]

Interview with Mark Duplass, protagonist...

Apparently, like his character, he studied Spanish when he was in high school. Are you satisfied with the experience? When I started high school, my older brother Jay advised me to study Spanish. I thought about it a lot, but then I chose this subject rather than geometry. I continued to take classes afterwards at […]

Monte Vista Newspaper | Letter to the e...

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

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. […]

Monessen STEM Instructor Wins Scholarshi...

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

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 […]

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

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

Wood County principals and teachers disc...

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

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 […]

School board member’s remark angers NHS

NORTHAMPTON – Eleven educators from Northampton High School have written an open letter asking the school committee to apologize to students in the district for a comment made by Ward 4 member Michael Stein expressing concern that a program of Embedded honors creates an atmosphere of “second-class learners alongside first-class learners. Stein said Monday the […]

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 […]

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 […]

San Francisco recall vote fueled by ange...

SAN FRANCISCO — As Election Day approached, a flurry of messages swept through the phones of the Chinese-American community in San Francisco. “Don’t forget to vote,” read a message in Chinese from campaign organizer Selena Chu. “And fire commissioners who discriminate against us and disrespect our community.” The lopsided victory in a recall election on […]

John Cuppet | Obituaries | The Democra...

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

13 Carson City-Crystal seniors earn coll...

The Carson City-Crystal dual enrollment students are, front row from left, Kaden Walker, Ashton Keiffer, Connor Royse, Cole Stone, Rivers Stewart, Kianna Newswanger and Jenna Brown; back row from left are Gavin Gage, Cavanaugh Barker, Zane Forist, Bryce Stanley, Lyvia Halfman and Isabelle Kapustka. — Submitted by MCC SIDNEY — Dual enrollment in classes at […]

Pennridge plans to add personal finance ...

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

Walsh University Teacher of the Month: E...

NAME – Elisabeth “Biz” Balizet THE SCHOOL – Saint Barbara and Regina Coeli RESIDENCE – Massillon ALMA MATER HIGH SCHOOL – Massillon Washington High School UNIVERSITY – University of North Carolina at Greensboro FAMILY – Husband of 22 years, Keith, and sons Luke, 20, and Beau, 18. WHAT SUBJECT DO YOU TEACH – I teach […]

Grant will help teachers expand their le...

New Philadelphia City Schools is constantly looking for ways to provide additional opportunities to help all of our students reach their highest potential. One of the ways to achieve this is to give our teachers the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and skills. We recently received a federal grant from the Ohio Department of Education […]

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 […]

Why liberal suburbs are facing a new rou...

David Fleishman, the superintendent of schools in Newton, Mass., an affluent suburb of Boston, said he recently received a message from a parent who was pushing for an end to mask mandates in classrooms. But first, he said, the individual felt the need to assure him, “I’m not a Trump supporter.” While Newton, like much […]

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 […]

‘Thirty Talks Weird Love’ – The Prospect

UTEP professor and author Alessandra Narváez Varela published her very first book last year titled “Thirty Strange Love Talks.” Narváez Varela explains that she created this reverse novel to open the eyes of many and start conversations. Narváez Varela wrote her very first poem in high school titled “Dearly Beloved”, she explains that this poem […]

San Francisco school board saga heads to...

A seemingly endless amount of drama, name-calling, lawsuits and outrage from parents and city officials have turned the San Francisco school board saga into a gripping pandemic spectacle that is about to unfold in the urns. A special election on Tuesday will decide the fate of three school board members, all Democrats, in a vote […]

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 […]

Gastonia nonprofit owner encourages supp...

An hour’s drive may separate Gastonia from Morganton, but a local woman hopes Gaston County residents will support her nonprofit’s effort to help 40 deaf high school students start their own prom. Starr Clinton started Nita’s Silent Hands after witnessing her deaf mother’s difficulty communicating in a hearing world. Now she wants others to support […]

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 […]

Former Cheverus star makes transition to...

Zordan Holman, left, trades punches with sparring partner Jordan Lindsay during a practice last week at the Portland Boxing Club. Ben McCanna / Personal Photographer After taking several hard punches and landing a few of his own in a long sparring session, Zordan Holman stepped out of the Portland Boxing Club ring and pondered the […]

UCF’s First-Ever EuroScholar Prepares fo

Students usually graduate from high school before they have earned their first college degree, but this was not the case for Faith Sauber. At age 14, Sauber began taking classes at Valencia College through his online high school’s dual enrollment program. Sauber earned her associate’s degree in Valencia when she was 16, and a week […]

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 […]

Shortage of instructors affecting adult ...

Each year, Sandhills Community College helps more than 400 people return to school after years, if not decades, out of the classroom. But Sandhills’ College and Career Readiness Department now faces a shortage of non-traditional instructors to support these non-traditional learners. The department is not unlike other schools and colleges across the country currently struggling […]

Immersion program seeks Chickasaws to co...

The Chickasaw Nation Chikasha Academy Adult Immersion Program is now accepting applications for the 2022-2024 program. The exclusive program is a three-year, 40-hour-a-week plan in which participants learn the Chickasaw language while being paid. “It’s an intensive, structured group immersion,” said Joshua D. Hinson (Lokosh), executive director of Chickasaw Nation Language Preservation. “Our goal is […]

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 […]

Newtown School Budget Goes to Public Hea...

NEWTOWN — The Board of Education held a public hearing on Thursday, Jan. 27, to seek comments on the 2022-23 education budget proposal. Residents expressed support for the newly created position of Diversity Equity and Inclusion Coordinator, suggesting that administrative support be added to help this effort, as well as support for curriculum and instruction […]

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, […]

36,000 new teachers receive appointment ...

The government has recruited 36,000 new teachers in public private educational institutions across the country. Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni today handed over the appointment letters to the newly appointed teachers, taking part virtually in a press conference at the International Mother Language Institute in the city this afternoon. The minister handed over letters of […]

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 […]

Stark State College Teen of the Month: G...

NAME – Gabrielle Harris RESIDENCE – plain township THE SCHOOL – GlenOak High School MPC- 4.575 COLLEGE CHOICE – Ohio State University or Purdue University PARENT – Douglas and Janeen Harris DESCRIBE YOURSELF IN THREE WORDS – Attention to detail, attentive, resourceful. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES – Editor-in-Chief of The Eagle (online and print newspaper) and The […]

Charles Hui, newspaper publisher and pil...

Charles Hui played many roles – businessman, musician, community leader and cultural educator – but his life had a common refrain. He helped people, forging the bonds of Portland’s Chinese community. Hui and his wife, Rosaline, founded the Portland Chinese Times newspaper and helped establish the city’s Jade District as a center of culture and […]

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, […]

School, COVID-19 and the Omicron variant

By Mylika ScatliffeAFRO Women’s Health Writer Dealing with COVID -19 has become a way of life. Two years into this pandemic, it still affects almost every aspect of our lives. Work, play and one of the most important aspects – school. Students at all levels have been affected in one way or another. Kids, parents, […]

Lianhe Zaobao launches Chinese-language ...

SINGAPORE – Despite being a seasoned teacher for more than 20 years, Ms. Yu Lin felt great anxiety when all of her classes went online. “Even face-to-face, it was sometimes difficult to engage my students,” she said, recounting the sudden shift to home learning in 2020. “And when that happened, I felt like a shepherd […]

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 […]

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 […]

student and sensei reconnected after 30 ...

LANCASTER – Nearly 30 years after taking his classes at Ohio University-Lancaster, Jeff Husband was able to reconnect with his teacher, despite being on the other side of the world. The husband graduated from Lancaster High School in 1991 and returned to Lancaster in 2015 from Georgia. He said he thought of the teachers and […]

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 […]

St. Vrain Valley School District’s parti

Zachary Schultz was a student at Altona Middle School when his computer science teacher first sparked Schultz’s interest in cybersecurity through a contest called CyberPatriot. “She just said to our seventh grade class, ‘Hey, that’s really cool stuff; it’s basically teaching you how to protect a computer,” Schultz said. “You can go to the nationals. […]

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 […]

DVIDS – News – Why I serve: “It’s the be

CAMP ARIFJAN, Kuwait – Master Sgt. Omar Gonzalez Mena is passionate about helping people. The petroleum supply specialist, deployed here with the 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, has spent much of his adult life teaching; first as an educator on his native island of Puerto Rico, and today as a non-commissioned officer in the army. “If […]

Career advice and encouragement for coll...

Source: Creativa Images/Shutterstock I have taught at a small liberal arts college for over 40 years. I get to know my students well as a counselor and instructor in several classes, and I spend a lot of time discussing similar career choices and important life decisions with them. Many alumni have become lifelong friends, and […]

The Alliance Française de Newport adds a

The Alliance Française de Newport (“AFN”) announced this week that it will be expanding its French classes this month for the first time in three years and offering a fourth class to interested members. AFN’s mission includes learning French language and culture and the expansion of its course offerings continues this mission until 2022: historically, […]

ROWVA School Board, parents say book lan...

The council decided to ban the course book during a closed session in November, but after outcry from parents opened the discussion to the public on Tuesday. ONEIDA, Ill. — The ROWVA school board voted Tuesday, Jan. 18, to indefinitely postpone action to suspend or allow the teaching of a young adult novel in first-grade […]

China’s rising threat reinforces Taiwan’

CHIAYI, Taiwan — When Li Yuan-hsin, a 36-year-old high school teacher, travels abroad, people often assume she’s Chinese. No, she told them. She is Taiwanese. For her, the distinction is important. China may be the land of her ancestors, but Taiwan is where she was born and raised, a homeland she defines as much by […]

New MCSD Virtual Learning Program: Detai...

Years before the coronavirus forced schools to figure out how to teach students remotely, the Muscogee County School District began planning to implement a virtual learning program. Superintendent David Lewis had incorporated this part of his 10-year strategic plan when the MCSD Board of Directors hired him in 2013 from Polk County, Florida. On Tuesday […]

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 […]

Coach of the Month: Charlie Rosado

Chess.com’s Manager of the Month for January is Charlie Rosado, better known online as JapaneseTutor! Charlie is well known chess banner, and one of the key characters in the Tournament Arc series. What some people might not know is that JapaneseTutor is a great coach that accepts new students. A dedicated trainer with nothing but […]

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 […]

District Program to Cover Teacher Tuitio...

Dozens of Santa Fe public school teachers plan to participate in a new initiative to increase the number of educators trained to teach English as a second language or lead bilingual classes. The district allocated $90,000 in federal pandemic assistance last month for the three-year pilot program, which will provide tuition and fee reimbursement to […]

New Illinois Football Offensive Coordina...

Photo courtesy of Jimmy Jones/TNS Coach Barry Lunney Jr. talks with Missouri coach Barry Odom during the Battle Line Rivalry game on November 29, 2019. Lunney will take over as the Illini’s new offensive coordinator. With the absence of offensive coordinator Tony Petersen, Illinois head coach Bret Bielema has found a new offensive coordinator: Barry […]

High school students prepare for a caree...

MEXICO – by Jon Longley students train as if their lives depended on it. One day, it could very well be the difference between life and death. Twice a week, a dozen high school students from Oxford County study fire science at the Region 9 School of Applied Technology. In the morning, they pull out […]

Summary of Board Actions and Public Test...

All Board meeting agendas are posted on https://www.boarddocs.com/ca/sandi/Board.nsf/Public Inquiries regarding Board agenda items may be directed to the Board Services Office at 619-725-5550 or by email at [email protected] Additionally, you can attend the meeting, watch the meeting live on iTV16, watch the live webcast on https://www.sandiegounified.org/about/board_of_education, or watch the video of the meeting at any […]

Student excels with Adult Education Prog...

Wiregrass’ adult education program and ESL classes break down the barriers for a student from Venezuela. To free: After moving to the United States from Venezuela, Wiregrass student Adriana Weffer struggled to learn a new language and get the help she needed. “I worked in factories in the mobile home industry and I had a […]

Saskatchewan. Rivers describes recent e...

The Sask Rivers Education Centre/Daily Herald File Photo List includes partnerships to deliver cultural programs and the addition of Indigenous language classes Putting more emphasis on teaching Aboriginal languages ​​and making room in the calendar for more Aboriginal festivals and days of remembrance are just two of the things the Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division […]

LIBRARY NEWS: Support for your New Years...

If you’ve made a New Year’s resolution that you’re struggling to keep, you might want to consider all of the resources – print, DVDs, CDs, and online – that are available in your library to help you. Our numerous electronic databases are just one example. If you want to learn a new language, you can […]

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 […]

Greyhound graduate student named New Mex...

Lorynn Guerrero, who will graduate from Eastern New Mexico University in May with a Masters in Educational Administration, has been named New Mexico Teacher of the Year 2022 by the New Mexico Department of Public Education. Mexico for his role as an English teacher at the New America School. in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The […]

Central Bucks officials vote against CDC...

A week after the Central Bucks School District canceled classes in part due to staff issues related to the pandemic, school board members rejected a health and safety update to accommodate the news national recommendations. The board of directors voted 6 to 3 on Tuesday against the changes proposed by member, Dr. Mariam Mahmud, after […]

Teaching and learning have always been a...

CHILLICOTHE – She’s a globetrotter a little passionate about education, languages ​​- and horses. “I often imagined myself traveling the world in one way or another,” said Roberta Milliken. “I had globetrotting grandparents who probably fueled this desire. I never dreamed of being Dean of Studies, but teaching and learning has always been important to […]

The school crisis in California is hurti...

In summary California’s huge public school system is in crisis, with declining academic performance and financial difficulties, but Gov. Gavin Newsom’s new budget is neglecting it. California has no shortage of critical issues – pandemic, water, housing, and chronic poverty to name a few. None, however, are more important to the state’s economic and societal […]

Community colleges resume face-to-face t...

North Carolina Community Colleges have a long history of inmate education with some programs dating back over 40 years. Cleveland Community College is one of 41 community colleges that provide educational opportunities for incarcerated people. According to North Carolina Community College System, colleges offer educational programs at approximately 53 institutions across the state. Note: JavaScript […]

Hawaii Schools Scramble To Cope With Tea...

In Jodi Kunimitsu’s math class at Maui High, student absences have steadily increased over the past week. On Tuesday, the first day back to school for Hawaii public school students after a two-week winter break, a third of the 26 students in a single period did not come to school. As of Wednesday, 46% of […]

New science program implemented in Jopli...

JOPLIN, Mo. – You may remember “See Spot Run” as a crucial step in learning to read.But the Joplin School District is taking a new approach, focusing on science and how young brains make the connection to literacy. It’s called “LETRS”, which stands for Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling. “Kids, how they […]

UNM lecturer in Arabic receives prestigi...

Senior Arabic professor Heather Sweetser at the University of New Mexico recently received a prestigious honor. The American Council on Foreign Language Education named her National Language Teacher of the Year 2022 in November. (Courtesy of Heather Sweetser) Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal Heather Sweetser had just graduated from high school and worked in a […]

My first semester – News

KENNESAW, Georgia (January 6, 2022) – The first semester of college is a time of transition and growth as students spread their wings and begin to navigate their college careers, discover new interests, and create lasting memories. In recognition of this milestone, we recognize the students who have just completed their first semesters at Kennesaw […]

What’s next for teaching English in Japa

University applicants across the country are now preparing for the standardized entrance exam which will have a huge impact on their post-secondary options. In recent years, policymakers have attempted to revamp the test, run by the National Center for College Entrance Exams, from scratch to meet the needs of changing times. English was at the […]

Star China Tech Investor Boyu Seeks To N...

Alvin Jiang was 24 and was embarking on a career at Goldman Sachs when he was hired by one of China’s top negotiators to help launch Boyu Capital, a Hong Kong-based private equity firm. For Sean Tong, who founded Boyu in 2010 after leading the Chinese investment portfolio of US private equity firm General Atlantic, […]

Fall 2021 graduates make the most of the...

Eunice Brevil was hired as a full-time teacher even before she graduated in education. Photo submitted. When it comes to student success, it is not easy to paint a representative picture of the talent of a particular promotion. Out of more than 1,000 degree applicants in December 2021, a few have risen to the top […]

Students can get help with Federal Stude...

WALLINGFORD— Daniela Juarez, senior at Sheehan High School, wanted to find an affordable college choice. Her first option is a community college, which will give her the opportunity to explore different career paths. After signing up for the free application for Federal Student Aid, she was excited to learn that the cost of the community […]

Once upon a time … bedtime stories were

Around 10 p.m., Lindsay Colford settles into bed with the drawling, soft voice of Matthew McConaughey, who is about to take her on an audio journey through the cosmos until she falls asleep. Some nights the sound of Harry Styles delicately reciting a bedtime poem echoes off the walls. And other evenings, Régé-Jean Page calmly […]

50 New Illinois Laws For 2022 You Need T...

The new year has arrived and with it a set of hundreds of new laws for Illinois, with the start of nearly 300 new measures. Here are 50 of the most notable laws you might want to know about. Child protection: SB 00512: The “Preventing Youth Vaping Act” aims to prevent vaping by children, by […]

Minot Adult Learning Center Expands GED ...

MINOT, ND (AP) – The Minot Adult Learning Center provides a great opportunity for people who want to earn their high school equivalency diploma or learn English at the same time as they study for a certification in certified nursing assistant. Jennifer Kraft, director of the adult learning center, said the center has received an […]

Minot Adult Learning Center Expands Oppo...

By ANDREA JOHNSON, Minot Daily News MINOT, ND (AP) – The Minot Adult Learning Center provides a great opportunity for people who want to earn their high school equivalency diploma or learn English at the same time as they study for a certification in certified nursing assistant. Jennifer Kraft, director of the adult learning center, […]

Farewell, 2021. Hello and happy new year...

BEREA, Ohio – As the year draws to a close, it’s hard to resist thinking about the people, places, and events that have appeared in this space in 2021, so let’s take a quick trip down memory lane. JANUARY: Berea Kind signs began to appear, for the first time, in the front yards and windows […]

What is your child’s school graduation r

INDIANAPOLIS – New data from the Indiana Department of Education shows fewer high school students are graduating, indicating that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have substantial academic impacts. Data released on Wednesday shows that 86.69% of students in the class of 2021 are graduating. In comparison, before the pandemic, Indiana had an 87.29% graduation rate. […]

Struggling Danvers school principal take...

It remains to be seen whether Dana will return from her leave after 17 years as superintendent. The district statement said: “The length of Dr. Dana’s medical leave is undetermined at this time.” The Danvers school board will meet in executive session on Thursday, and “it is expected that the school committee will follow this […]

We must fight against incivility for the...

Bill Peach is an author, retired men’s clothier, and former Franklin, Tennessee School Board member. The uncivil language of our divided nation has found its way into our homes, our public and private schools, and our school board meetings. Over the summer, a Williamson County School Board meeting was broadcast on network television and mentioned […]

Welcoming Afghan schoolchildren: How edu...

register here for the daily 74’s newsletter. Donate here to support independent journalism of the 74. James Sayavong knows what it’s like to be a refugee in America. His father was a military officer in Laos when the Communists invaded his country after the United States withdrew from Vietnam and its environs. Her mother buried […]

Advice from the speakers of Pākehā te re

The pākehā represent a tiny fraction of the fluent speakers of Maori Te reo in New Zealand – around 30,000 to 200,000 people – but the number was even smaller when the Christchurch couple, Jeanette King and Jeffrey Paparoa Holman, began their journey. reo in the 1970s and 1990s. CATE BROUGHTON reports. With over four […]

Language learning increases global aware...

“Twenty years ago I couldn’t put two words together in English, but I knew I wanted to be the best teacher I could be,” said Loridia Urquiza, teacher of the year 2022 at Booker High School and Sarasota County Schools. District 2022 High School Teacher of the Year. “Thanks to this great nation, I’m here, […]

Portuguese translation helps central Jap...

Hidemi Yamanaka, second from right, a third-grade student at Homi Primary School in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, and other students read brochures on safe internet practices, which were translated into Portuguese and distributed by the Aichi Prefecture police on September 21. 2021. (Mainichi / Ayaka Morita) NAGOYA – A municipal high school in central Aichi […]

school committee hears high school curri...

WILMINGTON – For the school committee meeting last Wednesday evening, Wilmington High School principal Linda Peters, along with several program team leaders, presented the WHS program review. The Superintendent, Dr. Glenn Brand, began by relating the presentation to the Superintendent’s objective for the program review. He explained that it would be a first look at […]

Montclair program helps Spanish-speaking...

In March, a 25-year-old newly arrived from South America pressed the intercom button outside Montclair High School. He was with his 16 year old brother and managed to make it clear in his limited English that the youngest wanted to start school. Over the intercom, the office staff tried to tell the young man that […]

Outdoor learning programs aim to connect...

MADISON, Wisconsin (AP) – For most schools, the past two years have brought a complicated assessment of the risks of being in a classroom: face-to-face versus virtual learning, masks, class sizes, ventilation. But a growing number of schools across the country have been getting around many of these concerns by abandoning the classroom. In La […]

Make the connection between virtual lear...

With the current outbreak of COVID-19, it’s no surprise that Chicago public schools are purchasing a stock of laptops in anticipation of moving to more distance learning classes in January. The number of reported cases among students and teachers more than tripled before the start of winter vacation, so the district’s decision makes sense. Even […]

First-generation University of Iowa grad...

University of Iowa graduate James Huerta – the first in his family to graduate from high school and then a college degree – is pictured in a December 17 portrait at the IU Pentacrest. (Savannah Blake / The Gazette) IOWA CITY – A 5-year-old who grew up in the hills of west-central Mexico, James Huerta […]

Nigerian edtech startup Teesas secures $...

After seven years in the production of electronic gadgets, under his company Imose Technologies, Osayi Izedonmwen took time off to explore an idea he had been playing around with for a while – an edtech startup, Teesas, which now offers video lessons and other digital learning materials for Nigerian learners. Teesas, which launched less than […]

CFISD student-athletes give back for the...

Several Cy-Fair ISD teams and intermediate and high school student athletes gave back to their communities for the holidays. The Christmas Wishes initiative – a toy drive hosted by KSBJ radio and Be A Resource Houston – saw participation from the entire school district’s athletics department, a CFISD press release said. Christmas Wishes strives to […]

Cree-Métis singer finds peace and harmon

Falynn Baptiste always loved Christmas concerts when she grew up in the Cree Nation of Red Pheasant, 150 kilometers northwest of Saskatoon. The Cree-Métis child, who was known for his powerful bagpipes, was only six when she donned a purple dress and sang her first solo – a Cree Christmas carol – at her school […]

Secondary 1 Display Results FAQ

SINGAPORE – More than four out of five primary 6 students who took the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) under the new grading system this year were assigned to a secondary school in their top three choices, said Wednesday the Ministry of Education (MOE) (December 22). Here are some common questions about the Secondary 1 […]

Quebec’s discriminatory bill 21 leads to

A third-grade teacher at an elementary school in Chelsea, a small town in Quebec on the border with Ontario, was pulled from her class earlier this month because she wears a hijab, an Islamic headscarf that covers his head but not his face. This discriminatory act, which jeopardizes a teacher’s career because of her personal […]

Students and alumni angry after episcopa...

JACKSONVILLE, Florida – Jacksonville Episcopal School administrators receive backlash from a group of college students and alumni after a planned dance performance, featuring a same-sex couple, was pulled from a next recital. The dance number was a song from the musical / movie “The Prom,” in which a lesbian couple attends the titular high school […]

Pine Ridge teacher brings Lakota languag...

By MICHAEL NEARY, Rapid City Journal PINE RIDGE, SD (AP) – When Tristiana Brewer studies Lakota language and culture at Pine Ridge High School with her teacher, Will Peters, she scrutinizes the small details. Then, before long, larger worlds begin to open up. “My favorite part is learning the language and then seeing all the […]