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Butler County Chamber of Commerce to Host Educational Series

There is still time to sign up for a new and inspiring educational series sponsored by the Butler County Chamber of Commerce. The first Growing Butler event is planned for tomorrow (Monday) from 8 to 11:30 a.m. at Conley Resort and Golf Club on Route 8 South. The series will be hosted by former Allegheny […]

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Cayuga County educational series to feature balloon buggies

The next night of Science Alive 101 will task participants with making a balloon-powered buggy from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 2, at Millard Fillmore Elementary School, 68 N. Main St., Moravia. Parents should accompany children at this night of hands-on science and art experiences. Admission is $5 per participant, with a $25 family […]

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Educational Survey of Jones County, Georgia. No. 20. Under Direction of the State Department of Education

Leopold is delighted to publish this classic book as part of our extensive Classic Library collection. Many of the books in our collection have been out of print for decades, and therefore have not been accessible to the general public. The aim of our publishing program is to facilitate rapid access to this vast reservoir […]

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Educational Advocacy – RAPT Monroe County

Display Month: From:  To:  State Agency(s): Entry Type:  (View) Entry Category:  (View) IN.gov Category:  (View) Keyword(s): Submit Entry Details [DCS] Educational Advocacy – RAPT Monroe County Start Date:  2/23/2017 Start Time:  2:00 PM End Date:  2/23/2017 End Time:  4:00 PM Entry DescriptionEducational AdvocacyResource and Adoptive Parent Training (RAPT)2 CreditsThursday, February 23rd, 2pm-4pmMonroe County Training Center1791 […]

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Nominees sought for Yuma County Education Hall of Fame

Has a teacher or other education professional touched your life or the lives of others in a profound way? One way to say “thank you” to that person is to nominate him or her for the Yuma County Education Hall of Fame. Acceptance into the Hall of Fame is an honor bestowed by the Education […]

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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County creates new educational gardens

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Warren County has created new educational gardens. The gardens at the organization’s office at 377 Schroon River Road in Warrensburg will be used to teach youths and families about food production and the benefits of local whole foods. It will also promote and encourage food sustainability and security, according to a […]

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Swampmaster alligator show 'arguably educational,' county rules

The Swampmaster Gator Show After investigating an animal cruelty complaint, Kent County Animal Control finds no grounds for action against The Swampmaster Gator Show. GRAND RAPIDS, MI – A county investigation into an animal cruelty complaint about an alligator exhibition has found no grounds for action. Jeff Quattrocchi hopes to bring The Swampmaster Gator Show […]

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Letter: Academy offers educational alternative in St. Johns County

Editor: The Academy, also known as ABLE (Academy of Business and Leadership Education), is the best-kept secret in St. Johns County — and it shouldn’t be. The Academy is a free public school serving grades 5 through 8, sponsored by the St. Johns County School District — not a management company — and draws its […]

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Canton City school board looking over employee arrangements with county

What began as a series of missed payments and a vote to pay them has evolved into discussions about how Canton City Schools handles its contracted employees and whether the district is compliant with Ohio’s ethics law regarding nepotism. The City Schools Board of Education on Monday paid a $237,008 bill it owed the Stark […]

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New County Agents Hoping to Expand Productivity, Educational Offerings

Two new Texas A&M AgriLife Extension agents have arrived in Hill County, bringing a wealth of experience, education and enthusiasm. Zach Davis began July 1 as County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources, and Angie Nors joined the team August 3 as Extension Agent for 4-H and Youth Development. Both are graduates of Tarleton […]

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