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ajc.com
MIT, Georgia Tech grad teaches math, science to home-schooledchemical engineer at an industry-leading company like Kimberly-Clark quit her j
MIT, Georgia Tech grad teaches math, science to home-schooled
ajc.com / Posted 4 days ago
chemical engineer at an industry-leading company like Kimberly-Clark quit her job to help home-schooled kids? Nothing short of a passion for teaching. Angela Paul, the chief operating officer of Math Plus Educational Services, attended the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Can state receivership save a failing Boston school?The Dever Elementary School in Dorchester has cycled through five principals ov
Can state receivership save a failing Boston school?
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
The Dever Elementary School in Dorchester has cycled through five principals over the past two school years and is seeking another one. Discipline is a constant problem. Some teachers are fleeing, and many students don’t show up. Most who do perform... Read more
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The Wanderer
Lemelson-MIT Excite AwardTabor Academy educator, Karl Kistler, was recently awarded a . This award is gi
Lemelson-MIT Excite Award
The Wanderer / Posted 12 days ago
Tabor Academy educator, Karl Kistler, was recently awarded a . This award is given annually to a select group of educators across the country who have applied to receive a Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam grant for the following school... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
At The Blueprint Academy, Stearns students learn draftingPITTSFIELD >> Stearns Elementary School student Lily Ouilette had a tall
At The Blueprint Academy, Stearns students learn drafting
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 13 days ago
PITTSFIELD >> Stearns Elementary School student Lily Ouilette had a tall order to fill from her clients, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor. They needed a floor plan to help design their home in Portland, Maine, to accommodate their family members:... Read more
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Leominster Champion
Massachusetts faces decline in college-educated workforce | June 17, 2016Mount Wachusett Community College, Monty Tech’s Health Occupations students hav
Massachusetts faces decline in college-educated workforce | June 17, 2016
Leominster Champion / Posted 15 days ago
Mount Wachusett Community College, Monty Tech’s Health Occupations students have access to a dual enrollment program that offers eight college credits and an EMT certification. Courtesy photo The rate at which Massachusetts residents earn college... Read more
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The New Yorker
Miracle Microbes?Once a year, when Slava Epstein was growing up in Moscow, his mother took him t
Miracle Microbes?
The New Yorker / Posted 17 days ago
Once a year, when Slava Epstein was growing up in Moscow, his mother took him to the Exhibition of the Achievements of the National Economy, a showcase for the wonders of Soviet life. The expo featured many things—from industrial harvesters to Uzbek... Read more
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Boston Globe
Mayor Walsh plans to invest $25.1 million in replacing doors and windows in Boston Public Schoolssaid he planned to add nearly $5 million to the Boston Public Schools budget, W
Mayor Walsh plans to invest $25.1 million in replacing doors and windows in Boston Public Schools
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
said he planned to add nearly $5 million to the Boston Public Schools budget, Walsh announced a $25.1 million investment of state and city funds to replace doors and windows at seven schools. “Our top priority is improving our schools, and I am... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Taconic High School Awards & Scholarshipsin AP Literature Award: Taylor Hebert. Academic Excellence in English Awards:
Taconic High School Awards & Scholarships
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 18 days ago
in AP Literature Award: Taylor Hebert. Academic Excellence in English Awards: Elisabeth George, Shelbie Toole, Cassandra Tournier. Academic Excellence in Foreign Language Awards: French: Sierra Borden; Spanish: Lynsey Castagna; Spanish:... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
People on the Move, June 12, 2016consultant at Community Bank Wealth Management Group in Scranton. In his new ro
People on the Move, June 12, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
consultant at Community Bank Wealth Management Group in Scranton. In his new role, Mr. Stanley will work with clients to offer personalized financial advice. He has more than 20 years of experience in the financial industry. Mr. Stanley holds a... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Monument Mountain Awards & ScholarshipsV. Bubriski Memorial Scholarship: Margaret Schmitz. Caligari Family Scholarshi
Monument Mountain Awards & Scholarships
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 26 days ago
V. Bubriski Memorial Scholarship: Margaret Schmitz. Caligari Family Scholarship: Alianne Schatz. CIAO Soccer Hall of Fame Scholarships: Faolan Sugarman-Lash, Ericca Broderick. Rosalie Conte Scholarships: Victoria Ryan, Ella Long, Forest... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
A war hero who was a stranger in his own landhis Corsair fighter 17 miles behind enemy lines when he discovered that he was
A war hero who was a stranger in his own land
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 1 months ago
his Corsair fighter 17 miles behind enemy lines when he discovered that he was in trouble. “Jesse, something’s wrong,” one of the men in his squadron radioed him. “You’re bleeding fuel.” It was the beginning of the Korean War, but Brown was... Read more
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Boston Globe
Rhode Island told GE its tech workers were cheaper than Boston'sGeneral Electric picked Boston for its new headquarters, but not before the sta
Rhode Island told GE its tech workers were cheaper than Boston's
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
General Electric picked Boston for its new headquarters, but not before the state of Rhode Island made its case by comparing itself favorably to its neighbor to the north. Providence was among the finalists, along with Boston and New York City, to... Read more
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CNN
A war hero who was a stranger in his own landHe spotted a small mountain clearing and took his plane in. The impact of the l
A war hero who was a stranger in his own land
CNN / Posted 1 months ago
He spotted a small mountain clearing and took his plane in. The impact of the landing raised a cloud of snow and crumpled his Corsair. He tried to climb out of the cockpit but he was pinned inside -- and flames were starting to rise from the... Read more
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NBC Miami
SWAG on 6: Maria MejiaAt iPrep Academy, a public magnet high school, all students are issued laptops
SWAG on 6: Maria Mejia
NBC Miami / Posted 1 months ago
At iPrep Academy, a public magnet high school, all students are issued laptops and they all know how to use them. Now, thanks to Maria Mejia, more and more students at the school have gone beyond just using, they’re programming computers as... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
A war hero who was a stranger in his own landEditor's note: This story contains language that may be offensive to some reade
A war hero who was a stranger in his own land
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 1 months ago
Editor's note: This story contains language that may be offensive to some readers. (CNN) -- Jesse Leroy Brown was hurtling over the North Korean countryside in his Corsair fighter 17 miles behind enemy lines when he discovered that he was in... Read more
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