Tag Archives: Community

AAPS Educational Foundation to close, transfer assets to community foundation

ANN ARBOR, MI – After months in limbo, the Ann Arbor Public Schools Educational Foundation will officially dissolve and turn over its assets for management by the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation. The move was prompted by a desire to eliminate the educational foundation’s overhead costs while continuing to offer financial support for AAPS teachers […]

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Single Case Research Designs in Educational and Community Settings

This practical nuts-and-bolts how-to guide to carrying out single case research is keenly focused on practicing this type of research in educational and community settings.Conceptualizing the background underlying this research approach, the book walks you through a step-by-step approach to the components involved in doing such research in this environment. You will learn a brief […]

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Community Education Specialist

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Community Education Program Coordinator

Community Education Program Coordinator – Home and Garden Portland Community College Requisition Number: 08912 Location: Rock Creek Campus Address: 18624 NW Walker Rd. Hours of Work: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Friday Position Status: Academic Professional; Level 5; Full-time; Exempt Starting Salary Range: 2016/2017 Salary Range: $48,122/yr to $83,441/yr. (see “Additional Posting Information” […]

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Arts, education community mourn loss

Eloise Kirk’s death on Thursday left hearts deeply saddened and a void in the educational and arts communities that cannot be filled. Mary Hobdy, a longtime friend of Kirk, said there were no words to express the sorrow that she felt. “Eloise was the sweetest, the nicest and the most caring person in the world,” […]

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Bradford: Press Tuned Into the School Choice Split in the Black Community — and That's a Good …

This summer’s dual repudiation of education reform policy and charter schools by the NAACP and The Movement for Black Lives Coalition is a story that hasn’t gone away. In fact, it’s a pivot that will come to a head later this week in Cincinnati, when the NAACP takes up a resolution supporting a national moratorium […]

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Community Newsletter: John XXIII Educational Center creates lifelong learners

John XXIII Educational Center is a nonprofit after-school support program serving students from fifth to 12th grade. John XXIII Educational Center offers academic support through an after-school supervised study hall which includes tutoring, academic enrichment activities for both middle and high school students, ESL classes, and one-on-one mentoring. In addition, the center sponsors events such […]

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Lesniak: Attack poverty and improve education with community schools | Opinion

By Raymond Lesniak  The most significant cause of poverty in America is the failure of education of children from low income families.  Take New Jersey for example, where the Quality Counts report by Editorial Projects in Education ranked New Jersey fourth-highest in 2015 scores in eighth grade math on the National Assessment of Education Progress test — […]

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Vote YES to support Freeland's children, school district, community (Letter)

MLive | File Photo  As a 15-year resident and taxpayer in Tittabawassee Township, the parent of a child in the Freeland Community Schools and a member of the greater Freeland community, I am writing this letter today in support of the Freeland Community Schools bond issue before the voters on Tuesday, Nov. 3. My support […]

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VAST's educational efforts venture into community

Courtesy of Poebe Magee   “What they’re trying to do, I told Phoe­be that, in Louisiana, that’s how I became the person that graduated from high school,” VAST student-worker Cody Harmon ’19 said. Head Coordinator of the Vassar Af­terschool Tutoring Program (VAST) Phoe­be Magee ’09 only recently took the role as the head of the […]

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Stewart: Lean but not mean leadership needed on Dubuque Community School Board

R.R.S. Stewart wants to be the voice of the average person on the Dubuque Community School Board. “Sometimes people think you have to be connected to be listened to,” she said. Stewart, an adjunct faculty member at Northeast Iowa Community College and substitute teacher in Dubuque Community Schools, is running for one of four open […]

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Educational Partnerships: Connecting Schools, Families, and the Community

This comprehensive text helps prepare pre-service and in-service teachers to build and sustain family, school, and community partnerships that are vital to student success. Focusing on grades preK–8, and with a particular emphasis on diverse families and learners, this book helps teachers to overcome barriers, create action plans, and sustain partnerships over time. Product Features […]

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