Education

Posey-Maddox of the School of Education, Shaffer receives WARF scholarships

Linn Posey-Maddox and David Shaffer of the School of Education are among 33 UW – Madison faculty who received Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) scholarships for 2021-2022. Posey-Maddox Posey-Maddox, Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Policy Studies, received a scholarship from the HI Romnes Faculty. This award recognizes professors …

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Will the aftermath of school closures lead to education reform? – Orange County Register

Although outgoing LAUSD superintendent Austin Beutner announced on Monday that the district will offer in-person classes five days a week to all students this fall, this seems to be less than a guarantee that the school year will be “back. to Ordinary. “ On the one hand, negotiations continue between …

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Drunk man texts South Carolina aquarium education number and asks decent questions

through: Chase Laudenslager, Nexstar media wire Posted: May 26, 2021 / 5:23 a.m. CDT / Update: May 26, 2021 / 5:23 a.m. CDT CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) – The South Carolina Aquarium on Monday shared a screenshot of messages sent to the “Ask and Aquarium Educator” number from a slightly drunk, …

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New Oceanside Animal Clinic Focuses On Community And Education

OCEANSIDE – A new downtown veterinary clinic is working to provide financial and educational services to families and their beloved pets here along the coast. Over the past 20 years, Dr. Chris Hoolihan has been a staple in the Oceanside theater world, playing Daddy Warbucks at least 15 times in …

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Polk County School Board May Meeting Notes – The Tryon Daily Bulletin

Schools in Polk County spent the first half of May thanking their educators for their hard work, especially during last year’s coronavirus pandemic.The Polk County School Board spent part of its May meeting doing the same.Superintendent Aaron Greene opened the regular monthly council session by thanking the staff who have …

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Santa Barbara Education Foundation Prepares For STEAM Summer Camps

COURTESY PHOTOHallie Silva is an art teacher for the printmaking and painting classes offered at Camp STEAM. SANTA BARBARA – The Santa Barbara Education Foundation has opened enrollment for STEAM camps, an innovative science camp experience for incoming students in grades six to eight. The camps offer students the chance …

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Education Leader Calls on State to Address Shortages and Burnout | New

Leader calls for support as districts and schools struggle to recover from pandemic. Abby Cypher is the Executive Director of the Michigan Association of Administrators of Special Education. “If people aren’t in the right place when they come to work, or if students aren’t in a place where they can …

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Educational book

4 finalists selected for employment in the District of Hope Marvin Burton, Principal of Little Rock Southwest High School and former Assistant Superintendent of the Little Rock School District, and Jonathan Crossley, Assistant Superintendent of the Pine Bluff School District and former Principal of Little Rock, are among the four …

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John McCoy: Let’s Make the Outdoors Part of Public Education for Children | John mccoy

OK, here’s an idea West Virginia should borrow. Arkansas lawmakers passed a bill last month to allow public schools to offer hunter safety education classes as part of their physical education, health and safety programs. Classes, open to students in Grades 5 to 12, help prepare students to hunt safely …

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Special education teacher named East Hartford teacher of the year | East Hartford

EAST HARTFORD – Jeannine Enamait, a special education teacher at Woodland School, has been named East Hartford teacher of the year, Superintendent Nathan Quesnel announced. “Teachers like Jeannine make East Hartford Public Schools special,” Quesnel said today. “She is truly loved by her students, appreciated by our families and respected …

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