Education

Dan Thuemmel is remembered for his dedication to education, agriculture

Dan Thuemmel was one of the members of the North Huron School Board that hired current Superintendent Martin Prout. The district had come out of bankruptcy a few years earlier, and Thuemmel was one of the stewards who brought North Huron out of a dark time. “He was instrumental in …

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Students Obtain National Merit Semifinalist Status | Education

A handful of Hardin County students became National Merit semi-finalists. This includes five students from Central Hardin High School – Samuel Christensen, Tate Lewis, Sammy McDowell, Nathan Turlington and Brenden White. Turlington and White are enrolled in Gatton Academy at Western Kentucky University. Briana Lewis and Jonah Shirts are students …

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UAB receives higher education award for excellence in diversity – News

The annual HEED Award is a national honor recognizing colleges and universities in the United States that demonstrate exceptional commitment to diversity and inclusion. The annual HEED Award is a national honor recognizing colleges and universities in the United States that demonstrate exceptional commitment to diversity and inclusion.The University of …

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UAB School of Education celebrates International Literacy Day with local students – News

Students and faculty at the UAB School of Education spent time reading and interacting with elementary school students across the region to celebrate the defense of literacy. Students at Glen Iris Elementary School enjoy choosing a book for themselves as part of a partnership with the UAB School of Education. …

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The Recorder – Heath chooses to partner with Mohawk Trail for primary education instead of Hawlemont

HEATH – Following a multi-year study on the city that could join the Hawlemont Regional School District, Heath instead decided to partner permanently with the Mohawk Trail Regional School District for elementary education from the school year 2022 to 2023. Members of the Heath Regionalization Study Team that had been …

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Rogers: It’s time to end the tug-of-war in education

Last week on Monday, U.S. District Court Judge Robert Pratt issued a temporary restraining order ending the application of the mask warrant ban the Iowa legislature passed, and the governor Kim Reynolds enacted the law. The move put Iowa parents in a dilemma, wondering what to do next, discovering their …

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Spotlight on the students of the IDEAs Pack: Corina De La Torre ’24PHD

In each edition of Pack IDEAs (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access), a newsletter published by the NC State College of Education Change Agent Task Force, we highlight faculty, students, and alumni who have expertise and experiences that align with the advancement of diversity, equity and inclusion (DCI) within the college. …

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US Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor Museum in Wellsburg Continue POW Education | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo of Warren Scott Jim Brockman, executive director of the American Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor Museum, Education and Research Center in Wellsburg, uses a digital scanner to record the pages of a book in the museum’s collection. Located in the Brooke County Public Library, the American Defenders of Bataan …

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Partnership formed for powersports education opportunities | Campus

A three-year partnership has been formed between Purdue and Juncos Hollinger Racing, according to the Purdue press release. The partnership will establish internship opportunities and offer ideas for joint academic projects and collaborations. Additionally, Juncos Hollinger Racing will compete in races like the Purdue evGrandPrix, which ran from Thursday to …

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Transforming New Mexico’s Public Schools: Kurt Steinhaus Moves From Teacher To Policy Advisor To Education Leader

New Mexico Department of Public Education Secretary Kurt Steinhaus outside the Jerry Apodaca Education Building in Santa Fe. (Eddie Moore / Albuquerque Journal) Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal A native of New Mexico and a proud product of the state’s public education system, Kurt Steinhaus has spent his entire career …

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