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Erie School District's anxiety eases though wait continues

Wolf’s budget proposal bolsters confidence in receipt of $14 million in aid. Ed Palattella @ETNPalattella The Erie School District’s financial situation improved significantly with Tuesday’s release of Gov. Tom Wolf’s proposed 2018-19 budget, which increases state funding for the district by more than $15 million. But the more concrete relief is expected to arrive in […]

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Alliance works to boost education levels beyond high school

Achieve60AZ was launched in September 2016 with the goal that by 2030, at least 60 percent of Arizonans would have some form of post-high school credential or degree. Throughout the past year, Achieve60AZ has worked on connecting organizations across the state and engaging leaders to create movement toward this goal. To date, over 30 municipalities […]

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Rfp for educational services

Request for Proposal sealed bids/proposals must be delivered to Mohave Educational Services View the most recent E&I RFP updates, and services to the educational community and related institutions. January 5, Title I Supplementary Educational Services to Private Non-Public Schools in the City of …

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Study considers long-term educational outcomes

Leaders of for-profit colleges and universities are expecting the Trump administration to loosen, or do away with, regulations that, in part, led to the downfall of two major chains during the Obama administration. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has said she will review the rules but will not “unnecessarily close down important programs.”

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ERIC HALL: An invitation to engage in transforming public education

EDITOR’S NOTE: Eric Hall is superintendent of the North Carolina Innovation School District. The North Carolina Public School Forum shared a list of 10 issues they suggest may improve our public schools. In reviewing this list, there are several recommendations we also embrace at the North Carolina Innovative School District (ISD). Our first alignment is […]

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Educational Loan Counselor

EDUCATIONAL LOAN COUNSELORDo you have at least 1 year of office or customer service experience? Are you skilled in professional problem-solving? Our client is looking for articulate office professionals for an Education Loan Counselor opportunity! This is an opportunity to help current and previous students get set up for financial success! If you want an […]

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Educational Trips: Past and Future

Educational Trips: Past and Future Featured image, above: Snorkeling on the USP Key Largo trip 2017 has been quite a year for PA Leadership’s University Scholars Program, with students in grades 6-12 accomplishing so much both academically and personally. We recently took some time to reflect on what an amazing year it has been for […]

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Fund for Educational Excellence Approves 15 Grants

Kathy Welsh NEW ROCHELLE – From a historical tour of New Rochelle on land and sea, to a five-foot tall robot, the New Rochelle Fund for Educational Excellence is spreading almost $20,000 in grants to 15 projects across New Rochelle public schools. The awards come from a NR Fund grantmaking pilot program that aims to […]

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Book Educational Psychology 11th Edition Anita Woolfolk

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Local woman awarded for efforts to support military education

By Bianca M. StrzalkowskiSpecial to The Daily News An area woman is being recognized for advocacy efforts to help veterans in the region pursue a college degree. Ashley Adamovage, military liaison and program manager of University of North Carolina Wilmington, launched the Southeastern Council on Military Education (SECOME) – a cohort of post-secondary institutions, corporations, […]

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From farmland to educational trusts, AAP nominee Sushil Gupta's family assets worth Rs 170 crore

Gupta contested in the 2013 elections on a Congress ticket from Moti Nagar which he lost following which he was “approached by AAP”. Former Congress politician, Sushil Gupta, is among the three nominees from the Aam Aadmi Party’s camp for the upcoming Rajya Sabha elections. However, for the year 2016-17, Gupta and his wife showed […]

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Educational Road Bumps in 2017

Looking back on last year, higher education appears to have been on a bumpy, roller coaster back seat ride. This assessment comes from a wide range of higher education executives, who collectively express hopes for a better 2018. “Dizzying,” “disappointing,” “swirling,” “disrupted,” “tumultuous,”  “steady” and “evolving” were words chosen to describe America’s higher education experience […]

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Educational Technology

Federal and state laws prohibit discrimination in education based on sex/gender, sexual orientation, race, color, creed, national origin, religion, disability, receipt of public assistance, or marital status and age. Federal and state laws prohibit discrimination in education based on sex/gender, sexual orientation, race, color, creed, national origin, religion, disability, receipt of public assistance, or marital […]

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Why your child's preschool teacher should have a college degree

(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) Anne Douglass, University of Massachusetts Boston (THE CONVERSATION) How much education does a preschool teacher need? When the District of Columbia announced in March that it would require an associate’s degree for all lead teachers at child care centers […]

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