Education

Marine College program finalizes end of in-person educational counseling at bases overseas

Roy Suber, an academic advisor at Navy College Virtual Education Center in Virginia Beach, Va., Assists a Sailor by phone on September 23, 2021. (Leslie Dickey / US Navy) The Navy College program, which allows students to receive academic credit for regular work and training, has permanently shut down in-person …

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School vaccine mandate would disrupt education of students with special needs, SI families lawsuit says

STATEN ISLAND, NY – Staten Island parents of students with special needs at a school in Pleasant Plains filed a lawsuit Wednesday aimed at blocking the removal of unvaccinated staff who fail to meet the Friday afternoon deadline of the city to get at least one coronavirus (COVID-19) jab, saying …

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Parents’ Council for Special Education Hopes to Broaden Sense of ‘Belonging’ to District 65

“So I understand he has Down syndrome,” said a young boy as he approached Kelly Baldrate and his son, Sean, in a lakeside playground. Baldrate confirmed his statement and the boy engaged Sean in a conversation about pets and the movies. The boy revealed that he had a school friend …

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Kentucky Department of Education Releases School Report Card

FRANKFURT, Ky. (WSAZ) – The Kentucky Department of Education released the 2020-2021 school reports on Wednesday. “This is just a strategy schools are using to better understand the academic performance of students who have been tested, amid a variety of COVID-19 learning disruptions in addition to the formative assessments that …

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Madison College, UW-Madison School of Education Partner to Support Prospective Teachers | Latest news

“I want to make a difference in this world as a teacher, and I’m on that path now at UW-Madison,” she said. Castellon, who identifies as Latinx and is a first generation college student, reflected on her own experiences of growing up in classrooms, saying she hopes to be a …

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Review of season 3 of “Sex Education”: a beautiful exploration of the character | Arts

In its final season, “Sex Education” continues to be a delight. The show has clearly matured since its debut, but maintains and builds on the clever plot and stellar characters that made it famous. Season three is really about the wedge between adolescence and adulthood – about making stupid, selfish …

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GUEST FEEDBACK | CARYL STERN: Do you want to build a more resilient education system? Engage the community

For students across the country, this fall marks the third school year impacted by covid-19. Kindergartens are now second grade students. Second year students are seniors. Despite all the obstacles, learning – like time – advances. As the aftermath of this generational disruption still unfolds, the deep and diverse K-12 …

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Star of “sex education” on therapy and the scenario of the aftermath of sexual assault

Aimee Lou Wood has stated that there is a “tug of war” within her character in Season 3 of “Sex Education”. The Mooredale High student was sexually assaulted by a stranger on the bus the previous season. She begins to see therapist Jean Milburn to work on the consequences of …

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EDUCATION SPOTLIGHT: 17 BPS students named semi-finalists in 2022 National Merit scholarship program

Out of 16,000 talented high school students, 17 represent Brevard public schools The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has announced the names of approximately 16,000 semi-finalists for the 67th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. (BPS image) BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has announced the names of approximately …

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Petal High special education students develop workforce skills

PETAL, Mississippi (WDAM) – At Petal High School, many teachers and students start their day with a great cup of coffee, and it’s all thanks to students in special education. Four days a week, you can expect to see a line up outside a coffee mini bar known as Panther …

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