Education

Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy celebrates the reopening, 6th anniversary of the Environmental Education Center

Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy Environmental Education Center. Eagle archive photo by Mary Frost The Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy plans to celebrate the official reopening and sixth anniversary of the Environmental Education Center Saturday September 25 at 99 Plymouth Street. in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn Bridge Park. The free, family-friendly …

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Taliban deny girls access to secondary education in Afghanistan | Afghanistan

The Taliban effectively barred girls from entering secondary education in Afghanistan, ordering high schools to reopen only for boys. The girls were not mentioned in Friday’s announcement, which means the boys will be back at their desks next week after a month-long hiatus, while their sisters will still be stuck …

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State Board of Education vice chairman urges Michigan governor’s administration to issue mask warrant for schools

LANSING, Mich. – State Board of Education vice chairman and superintendent calls on Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s administration to issue a mask warrant for schools. In a letter to Elizabeth Hertel, director of the Michigan Department of Health of Human Services (MDHHS), board vice chair Pamela Pugh – Democrat of …

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Kentucky Department of Education Offers $ 100 Incentives for Vaccines to All Public School Employees

By Tom LatekKentucky today Lawmakers passed a bill banning a statewide mask mandate in schools in favor of leaving decisions to local districts in the special session that ended Thursday, but it did not addressed compulsory vaccination. However, several members of the General Assembly have discussed the fact that companies …

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The Tragedy of American Rural Schools

By 12:30 p.m. the high school water fountains were brown and all bathrooms in the college had also stopped working, so Henderson decided to close both schools for the day. A bell rang and Ellington stepped into the damp hallways. Water splashed over his persimmons, and other boys screamed and …

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Rieg is Acting Dean of the IUP College of Education and Communications | Way of life

INDIANA, PA – Dr. Sue Rieg, an experienced educator and administrator, has been selected to serve as Interim Dean of the College of Education and Communication at IUP. Rieg began working in this position on August 16, filling the vacant post created by Dean Lara Luetkehans, who will serve as …

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Spring Test Results Reflect Pandemic Learning Loss | Education

Among the subgroups, the percentage of proficient or advanced students in reading was 78% for Asian Americans, 68% for post-ELL students, 60% for Native Americans, 58% for whites , 49% for low income students of all races, 48% for Latinos, 48% for multiracial students, 41% for African Americans, 15% for …

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Former LPS teacher appointed to public education post | Community news

OKLAHOMA CITY – A former Lawton Public School teacher has been appointed to a position with the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Kathy Dodd has been appointed Director of Innovation and Deputy Superintendent of Federal Programs for the Oklahoma State Department of Education, according to state Superintendent of Education Joy …

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Behavioral Education and Counseling Services (BECS)

The UNR Behavioral Education and Counseling Services (BECS) was founded by Dr Larry Williams and is currently headed by Dr Matthew Lewon. BECS has been providing support and training in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to students, teachers and families in the Washoe County School District (WCSD) since 2016. BECS is …

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