Chris Cargill: Spending on local schools grows, but results remain stagnant

By Chris Cargill Fewer students. Worse results. Higher expenses. When the Spokane Public School Board approved its latest budget in August, it made history. SPS now spends over half a billion dollars. The latest SPS budget indeed allocates $ 534 million. This is 44% more than just six years ago. The higher expenses are not attributable to the fact that ...

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Railway Recruitment 2021: New jobs announced, apply at secr.indianrailways.gov.in

SECR 2021 Commercial Apprentice Recruitment: South East Central Railway (SECR) has called for applications for 339 Commercial Apprentice vacancies under the Apprenticeship Act 1961 in Nagpur Division and Workshop Motibagh. Eligible and interested applicants can apply through the official SECR website, secr.indianrailways.gov.in. The deadline to apply for SECR recruitment is October 5, 2021. 2021 SECR Apprentice Recruitment Details To post: ...

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Santana Row in San Jose adds several new merchants to the iconic hub

SAN JOSE – Santana Row has landed several new merchants by adding restaurants and retailers, further proof that the San Jose destination hub is finding ways to thrive amid economic uncertainties over coronaviruses. Two restaurants, a tea room, a home accessories store and a clothing retailer are the five stores added to Santana Row, San Jose’s iconic mixed-use complex announced ...

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Lawrence Larson steps down as Dean of Brown’s first engineering school

PROVIDENCE, RI [Brown University] – Lawrence E. Larson, the first dean of Brown University School of Engineering who guided its spectacular growth in its first decade, will step down as dean effective June 30, 2022 to return to teaching and research as a member of the Brown faculty. During his tenure as Dean, Larson oversaw a strong expansion in the ...

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China denounces ‘irresponsible’ three-way security pact on nuclear submarines – Radio Free Asia

China on Thursday concluded a trilateral security pact between the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia that will help Canberra develop nuclear submarines, calling it “gravely damaging” to regional peace and stability . Referring to a new security partnership announced on September 15, which is widely seen as a setback against China’s growing military might in the region, Chinese ...

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Revised plan: graduate schools will reopen first

By Damali Mukhaye By Tony Abet Experts are expected to meet with President Museveni today and suggest that he reopen higher education institutions in November, followed by secondary and primary schools. The national Covid-19 task force approved the recommendation on Tuesday at a meeting held at the president’s request to review his original proposal to reopen schools next month, starting ...

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Improved Access to Vocational Training and Career with Arrival of New UEI College in Tacoma | State News

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Improved access to vocational training and career with the new location of the UEI College in Tacoma

TACOMA, Wash., September 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Tacoma community will benefit from better access to post-secondary education opportunities when the UEI College opens a new campus location there in October. Originally known as the United Education Institute (UEI), the UEI group of schools have evolved over the past four decades to expand their vocational and vocational training ...

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Picnic among outdoor freedoms granted as Victoria registers 514 new COVID cases

Physical recreation and indoor sports will be authorized for a maximum of five people in order to allow the broadcast. Picnics resume on the blanket from Saturday.Credit:Daniel Pockett / Getty Images Authorities have decided not to wait until Sunday to grant additional freedoms to the Victorians, but the plan to release the roadmap at the end of this weekend remains. ...

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Edvantage: Official creation of the GBA business school under the Edvantage group, further expansion in the greater Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao bay area

HONG KONG, September 15, 2021 – (ACN news wire) – – Edvantage Holdings Group Limited (“Edvantage Group“or the” Group “, stock code: 0382.HK), the largest private higher education group in Guangdong–Hong Kong-Macao Large Bay area (the best Bay area“), is pleased to announce that GBA Business School (the “School”) reporting to the Group was officially founded, with a groundbreaking and ...

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