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Tonight’s Debate Is Missing Something. We’ve Got ...
In tonight’s gubernatorial debate, you’ll probably hear a lot from candidate Charlie Baker and Martha Coakley. But you won’t hear from any of the three independent candidates—Evan Falchuk, Scott...
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Worcester plans academy at Doherty for 'gifted' s...
WORCESTER — Saying that the state is essentially silent on a focus for gifted learners, Superintendent of Schools Melinda J. Boone announced Monday evening that she is set to present a plan for an...
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North High School
Joseph M. Petty
Oct. 21, 2014
Jack Gerard, chief executive officer of the American Petroleum Institute, and Gov. Pat McCrory both stressed their encouragement of "robust debate" and "tough questions" while watching their debaters...
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American Petroleum Institute
Newcomer challenges MacEwen in 35th House race
Editor's note: The Kitsap Sun asked each candidate for the Legislature a series of questions based on issues expected to be at the forefront of the next session. Their answers to those questions are...
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Pro and con: I-1351 on funding of K-12 education
Published: Sunday, October 19, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Pro and con: I-1351 on funding of K-12 education To jump to the opposing argument, click here.Yes: Smaller class sizes help kids thriveBy Randy Dorn...
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Hong Kong Democrats and the Triads
On the sixth day of the democracy protests in Hong Kong, in both the Central District and Mong Kok on Kowloon, a new and violent force engaged in the clash between the authorities and the student...
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New York State’s school bond act draws a muted re...
What if someone came calling with a $2 billion gift and the intended recipient was ho-hum about taking it? That’s the reaction the Smart Schools bond act, which is on the Nov. 4 statewide ballot,...
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The Buffalo News
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Andrew M. Cuomo
Nashville-based bar and restaurant chain is preparing to renovate the former Hard Rock Café location on Beale Street. Hard Rock Café previously relocated to the Lansky Bros. building...
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Clark County Common Pleas Court cases
COMMON PLEAS COURT 14-DS-0843 - Hannah Marie Kissner, 5605 W. National Road, and Gregory Kissner Jr., Sylvania, petition for dissolution of marriage. 14-DS-0846 - Julie Fitch, 2758 Elm Dr., and...
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A Relentless Campaigner – for Better or Worse
It’s a few short weeks until the November election, and San Diego Unified School board president Kevin Beiser is right where he wants to be. Since he was first elected to the school board in 2010,...
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Sweetwater Union High School District
New pre-k program discussed by admin
... held Thursday evening at the school, Administrative Director Daniel Potutschnig talked to school leaders about greater partnership opportunities with Snyder Union Mifflin Child...
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Community Events Listings, Oct. 16, 2014
Memorial Post 7069 Veterans Day service, Nov. 11, 6 p.m., Our Lady of the Snows Church, South State Street, Clarks Summit. Bluegrass music: Arts at First Presbyterian concert series Hickory...
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
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Orthodox Catholic Church
Teacher pay a key component of school finance
... typical class for Maloun, a special education teacher. Much of her job consists of meeting with students in small groups or one-on-one. She helps conduct annual assessments of special needs for...
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Take Me Out to The Ball Game
Department of Education
U.S. Department of Education
Reject Class Size Initiative
Initiative 1351, which would mandate smaller class sizes in public schools across the state, is the wrong idea at the wrong time and should be rejected by voters. The idea sounds appealing; who...
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Washington Education Association
Evergreen School District
Office of Financial Management
Ellen Somekawa's lifetime of activism for Asian A...
The discovery taught her: You can lose your rights in a moment, so if you want to keep them, you'd better speak up. Somekawa hasn't stopped shouting since. Now, after nearly 20 years as executive...
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Philadelphia school district
College board candidates talk priorities
Voters are being asked to pick two people to represent the area. The current trustees are John Rodgers, who is seeking another term, and Pauline Larwood, who is not. The five board hopefuls are John...
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Contra Costa Times editorial: Cuevas, Donoso and ...
... desperate need of new leadership. Fortunately, three solid school board candidates seek to bring change, restore fiscal discipline to the district, focus on the needs of the students and...
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How to spot a fake ‘grassroots’ education reform ...
... by Linda Davidson / The Washington Post) It can be bewildering to keep track of all the “grassroots” education reform groups that have popped up in recent years. Where, have you ever wondered,...
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Results of teachers’ strike mixed
On Sept. 19, the Reynoldsburg teachers union began the first teachers strike in central Ohio since 1989. Helpful Links Under their new contract, Reynoldsburg teachers will get slightly higher...
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Reynoldsburg Education Association
Sonnenberg discusses ballot questions
STERLING — When voters get their 2014 election ballots in the mail next week, in addition to local and state candidates, they will also have to decide on five initiatives. In an effort to help educate...
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