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2014/10/31 02:03
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Politics makes strange bedfellows, frenemies and good friends, and Thursday saw a good dose of all three in the race for governor of New York. The strange-bedfellow moment came when the state’s...
2014/10/31 02:03
2014/10/31 02:03
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2014/10/30 23:45
2014/10/30 23:45
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Candidate James Rowley says it is important to have some parents as school board trustees. He is running for one of the seven seats on the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows School Board in the Nov. 15...
2014/10/30 22:48
2014/10/30 22:48
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When the Cowichan Valley School District decided it could not balance its budget in 2012, the nine-member board submitted a deficit budget to the provincial government. Shortly thereafter the entire...
2014/10/28 22:21
2014/10/28 22:21
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Class size and composition became a central theme in the recent contract negotiations between the B.C. Teachers’ Federation and the association representing the province’s school boards. In the first...
2014/10/28 09:56
2014/10/28 09:56
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IT’S taken three years of preparation but the formation of Moree Secondary College was officially announced yesterday. IT’S taken three years of preparation but the formation of Moree Secondary...
2014/10/24 13:16
2014/10/24 13:16
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Education authorities have been placing Illawarra children with disabilities on waiting lists for support classes because the number of available places hasn’t kept pace with increasing demand, the...
2014/10/22 00:33
2014/10/22 00:33
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Parent Angelica Rivera sees firsthand how large class sizes can affect a child’s education. One of her twin sons attends a kindergarten class with 20 students, some of whom have special needs. That...
2014/10/21 20:28
2014/10/21 20:28
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Organizers of this Friday’s Take Back the Night walk in Owen Sound plan to take participants to five locations within the city’s downtown area where women have been assaulted. Event spokeswoman...
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2014/10/20 02:24
2014/10/20 02:24
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Teaching Graduate Ashleigh Garven of Wallsend is one of thousands of people who can't get a full time job teaching. Photo: Dean Osland Most weeks, Ashleigh Garven asks herself whether she took the...
2014/10/18 04:42
2014/10/18 04:42
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In its continuing support of sports tourism, Special Olympics Barbados from today hosts the second Canadian delegation this month. After successfully hosting a 19-member group from Special Olympics...
2014/10/17 22:26
2014/10/17 22:26
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Training colleges securing thousands in Government funds by targeting people with disabilities Alison Branley and Claire Aird Unscrupulous training colleges are targeting people with disabilities...
2014/10/17 18:58
2014/10/17 18:58
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TORONTO -- I stirred up a hornet's nest a couple of weeks ago, when I first wrote about the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario's (ETFO) workshop on "white privilege." There were the usual...
Toronto
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2014/10/17 14:16
2014/10/17 14:16
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THERE seems to be a bit of confusion at the moment about where everybody stands on this whole “politics” thing. Tony Abbott is copping it for not being tough enough and being too tough, the Greens...
2014/10/16 00:39
2014/10/16 00:39
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A litany of consequences arise if the British Columbia government is allowed to get away with rubbing out hundreds of clauses from the teachers’ union’s collective agreement, warns a lawyer for the...
2014/10/16 00:33
2014/10/16 00:33
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A backlash has quickly mounted to the Buffalo School Board majority’s “rammed-through” request last week that the state allow an unprecedented third round of charter school proposals for the takeover...
2014/10/15 15:00
2014/10/15 15:00
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For the News Express Repairing infrastructure and public transportation were among the issues Centre Wellington candidates discussed at the Belwood all-candidates meeting last week. More than 130...
2014/10/15 07:27
2014/10/15 07:27
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ORANGE: Small schools at risk of losing principals under proposed changes. Proposed changes to the way small schools operate will result in a loss of autonomy and financial security says the...
2014/10/13 20:15
2014/10/13 20:15
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POLL: Plans to review the curriculum are useless unless more funding is funnelled into classrooms, the NSW Teachers Federation has said. Plans to review the national school curriculum are useless...
2014/10/13 02:03
2014/10/13 02:03
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The State Education Department is taking the unprecedented step of opening up a new round of charter school proposals specifically for the City of Buffalo. While it is no longer possible for...
2014/10/12 01:42
2014/10/12 01:42
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If eyebrows were raised around the province when Bountiful Elementary-Secondary School placed at the top of Fraser Institute rankings earlier this month, principal Merrill Palmer’s weren’t among...
2014/10/31 02:03
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