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Montclair Kimberley Academy to require vaccines for older students

The Montclair Kimberley Academy will require all students aged 16 or over and students aged 12 and over participating in winter sports to be fully immunized against the coronavirus. (PHOTO FILE) BY TALIA [email protected] Montclair Kimberley Academy will require all students aged 16 and over to be fully immunized against the coronavirus. Vaccines will also be needed for students aged ...

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Design for the new community of Sharks; construction planned by 2024 | New

The design of the new Simon Sanchez High School campus may only be 30% complete, but stakeholders have been impressed with its appearance so far. The design was long awaited by teachers, administrators, students and officials at the Guam Department of Education who put on paper – 25 pages – what they wanted to see in a new facility. It ...

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Ivy League announces TicketSmarter as ticket resale partner

The Ivy League has announced Ticket Smarter as its official ticket resale partner, cementing another high profile league deal for the Kansas-based ticket resale market website. The Ivy League, which includes schools like Yale, Harvard, Princeton, and Cornell, is one of athletics’ most venerable conferences, predating the formation of NCAA Division I. Seven of its schools were founded before the ...

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Top 5 Online Learning Tools For Healthy Mind Development In Your Children In 2021 | AFN News

Previous story: 3M India honors the winners of the “3M-CII Young Innovators Challenge Awards 2021” Next story: Airtel joins global efforts to tackle climate change Top 5 Online Learning Tools For Healthy Mind Development In Your Children In 2021 Posted on September 20, 2021 The introduction of technology in the education sector has played a central role in providing various ...

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90 students on the Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance waiting list

Workshops for potential new mentors planned for September and October With more than 2,000 students supervised since the start of the program, the Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance is celebrating its 25th anniversary. But today, around 90 students are on the association’s waiting list, hoping to be matched with a mentor who will encourage and guide them through their schooling. “We ...

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A look at changes to Kindergarten to Grade 12 funding and school choice programs in Ohio

Changes to the government’s funding formula are long overdue. The state’s school funding system, which relies heavily on local property taxes, was declared unconstitutional in 1997 in DeRolph v. the state of Ohio. There have been many attempts to create a more equitable funding system over the years. But Wendy Patton, senior project manager at Policy Matters Ohio, thinks they’ve ...

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Xcel Energy Grant Benefits Wayland Baptist University Lab | KLBK | KAMC

The Wayland Baptist University math and computer professor is working on printing face screens using a 3D printer in this March 2020 archive photo. Wayland recently received a grant from the Xcel Energy Foundation which will be used to purchase materials for the 3D printing lab. (Photo provided by WBU) PLAINVIEW, Texas (press release) – The following is a press ...

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Applications open for the 500 Festival Princess program | The star

INDIANAPOLIS – The 500 Festival is accepting applications for the 2022 500 Festival Princess program, presented by the National Bank of Indianapolis. Since 1959, the 500 Festival Princess program has celebrated Indiana’s top college-age female leaders and philanthropists. Each year, 33 of Indiana’s most civic and academic young women are selected to serve as the 500 Festival Princess. The program ...

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Column: Mostly Educational – A Simple Academic Vision | Oklahoma

Over the years, I have read volumes of Academic Visions containing indecipherable educational jargon that seems to create more questions than answers. (Sadly, I also produced my fair share!) Yet, I have rarely seen succinct academic visions for Pk-12 education across the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Education is an infinitely complex journey, but the challenge of a long ...

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McKendree University Announces Tuition Fee Initiative for Southern Illinois Counties

LEBANON – McKendree University will launch its Clear Path tuition fee initiative, which extends to 34 counties in southern Illinois for students entering the 2022 fall semester. Clear Path will ensure transparency in the scholarship and student financial aid process by ensuring that residents of these counties pay no more than $ 15,000 in tuition and fees to attend McKendree ...

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