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Winona Christian announces new AD, coach

The Winona Christian Stars welcome changes to the school’s athletic department. Following the resignation of former athletic director and head football coach Junior Graham, Nick Mumme was appointed as athletic director and Ken Chandler returned as head football coach. Mumme, 29, who has worked as a physical education teacher and coached the Stars’ varsity boys […]

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Ravenna schools will get funds from the sale of the former high school property

Once the sale of the former Ravenna High School property to the city is finalized, the Ravenna School District will have funds available to improve its existing buildings. Two weeks ago, Ravenna City Council confirmed that the city planned to purchase the five-acre property at East Main and Clinton streets, the site where Ravenna High […]

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India’s Supreme Court rejects petition calling for surveillance of Christian missionaries

MUMBAI, India – Christians in India are breathing a sigh of relief after the country’s Supreme Court rejected a petition by Hindu Dharma Parishad (HDP) seeking the establishment of a council to oversee the activities of Christian missionaries. The Hindu nationalist group claimed that “anti-social and anti-national elements” were forcibly converting people from Hinduism to […]

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GenEd welcomes 2,022 scholarship teachers

GenEd and AGMI Partners: Roxanne Makasdjian (Executive Director GenEd), Seda Aghamianz (Admin GenEd), Regina Galustyan (Researcher), Harutyun Marutyan (Director AGMI), Sara Cohan (Director of Education GenEd), Edita Gzoyan (Deputy Scientific Director AGMI) SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.—After a rigorous selection process, a group of highly qualified high school educators from 14 U.S. states have been selected for […]

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Cultists kill 19-year-old student in Seme

The National Drug Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) said two drug traffickers excreted a total of 165 cocaine wrappers after their arrest at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA) in Abuja.The Director, Media and Advocacy, NDLEA, Mr. Femi Babafemi, said so in a statement yesterday in Abuja.Babafemi, who named the suspects Elvis Iro, 53, and Uwaezuoke Christian, 42, […]

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Alaska House budget committee approves millions for oil and gas drillers

The chambers of the Alaska House Finance Committee are seen Wednesday, March 2, 2022 at the Alaska State Capitol in Juneau. (James Brooks/DNA) JUNEAU — With high oil prices expected to bring billions of dollars in additional revenue to the Alaska state government, members of the House Finance Committee voted last week to spend $532 […]

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Pride week is illegal as Christian nationalist flames roar across the country

By James Finn | DETROIT — I’m not writing today about Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton threatening an Austin school district, telling them (absurdly) that their Pride Week celebrations violate Texas law, even though Paxton inspired me to write. If you want details, see the Washington Post or the Los Angeles Blade to learn how […]

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Vocational training | News, Sports, Jobs

Photos sent Rachel, a student at Highland Adventist School, is an intern at Roy’s RV Supercenter in Elkins. Alexa, a student at Highland Adventist School, laughs with the youngsters while attending an HAS class during her internship. Hunter, a student at Highland Adventist School, works during his […]

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Sununu Calls for Extension of COVID-19 Testing Program at School | New Hampshire News

CONCORD, NH (AP) — New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu is asking the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to extend a program that funds COVID-19 testing in schools. The school of epidemiology and laboratory capacity reopening program is scheduled to end in July. COVID-19 cases have plunged nationwide. Sununu is calling for a one-year extension […]

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NSU and Cenla Schools Partner with City of Alexandria to Host College Ready Expo on March 25

The following was communicated to us by NSU: NATCHITOCHES, La. – Northwestern State University, Louisiana State University of Alexandria, Central Louisiana Technical Community College, Louisiana Christian University and the City of Alexandria will present Rock Your Future College Ready Expo beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, March 25, corner of Third and Murray Streets under the […]

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Calendar of Upcoming Community Events – Lake County Record-Bee

LAKEPORT KCA Hosts 15th Annual Lake County Renaissance Fair The Konocti Christian Academy of Lake County is preparing to hold its 15th Annual Lake County Renaissance Faire fundraiser at the Lake County Fairgrounds on May 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event travels back in time to the Renaissance era with costumes, drama, […]

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School funding: the arts are important too

Re: “More counsellors, nurses for WA schools after legislature increases funding” [March 16, Education]: I am a parent of a Seattle Public Schools fourth grade student and I am also a clinical child psychologist specializing in the social and emotional well-being of our children. Due to funding cuts, SPS plans to significantly reduce the multi-arts […]

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For-profit school owners must pay if colleges close, Education Department says

The Department of Education said it would hold companies that own some private colleges financially responsible for losses to taxpayers if their schools cheated students or closed abruptly. “If a company owns, controls or profits from a college, it should also be liable if the institution fails students,” James Kvaal, the department’s undersecretary, said Wednesday. […]

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Pandemic leads Bangladeshi Pentecostal Christian to Catholic Church

Native Christians attend different churches, but many turn to the Catholic faith impressed by its spiritual accompaniment Kaushik Hembrom lost his job as a computer operator at an insurance company in the city of Bogura in northern Bangladesh due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The 35-year-old Pentecostal Christian was forced to return to his native village […]

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Sydney Academy of Arts is soliciting donations for the Visiting Artists Fund

SIDNEY – Maine Arts Academy is seeking donations to establish a fund to attract visiting artists to its school community. The academy aims to establish a fund of $5,000 for the 2022-23 school year. Community donations will be used as matching funds to attract additional grants, according to a press release from the academy. The […]

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PMC offers $10,000 bonus to respiratory therapy students

JOHNSON COUNTY, Ky. (WSAZ) – Pikeville Medical Center is working with the Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) to provide a financial boost to respiratory therapy students. “This is a highly sought after position for Pikeville Medical Center and for all hospitals nationwide. COVID has really put the importance of respiratory therapists into perspective,” […]

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Bertrand Davis | Obituaries | West Virginia Times

Bertrand Davis (Bert) December 3, 1923 – March 12, 2022 Bertrand A. “Bert” Davis of Fort Wayne, Indiana, died in his sleep in the early morning hours of Monday, March 14, 2022. He was 98 years old. Bert graduated from high school in 1940 and completed two years of college before enlisting in the army […]

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The new Derby Life.Church store will open at the end of the month | Religion

Life.Church Derby (2801 N. Buckner St.) will welcome people through its doors for the first time this month, just weeks before Easter services. The third Life.Church location in the Wichita area, the first Life.Church Derby services will be held March 27 at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. “We love being part of this community, and […]

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Univ. of Washington plans new biotech workforce center in Bothell with $750,000 federal funding

The University of Washington Bothell. (U.W. Bothell Photo) Washington Bothell University has landed $750,000 in federal funding to support a new center focused on training the life sciences workforce. Funding is part of millions set aside for the state of washington in the giant federal appropriations bill signed Tuesday by President Joe Biden. The money […]

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Food service workers reach tentative agreement with Minneapolis public schools

Minneapolis public school food service workers reached a tentative agreement with the district on Thursday, averting a strike that would have started March 28, the school district said. The settlement comes on the eighth day of a walkout by Minneapolis educators. Four thousand teachers and educational support professionals remain on strike over salaries, class sizes […]

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Maine Voices: Maine Families Need Universal Pre-K

I moved to the Aroostook County community of Près Isle when I was three years old with my mother and sisters. While my mother started a new job and my sisters started in new schools, someone needed to take care of me. We didn’t have any friends or family in the area, so I participated […]

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Memphis State Eight member Marvis Kneeland Jones has died

Marvis LaVerne Kneeland Jones, one of the first black students to attend what is now the University of Memphis, has died. Jones died Sunday at the age of 81. She died of natural causes, according to family members. Jones was born in Chicago on February 1, 1941. She was less than a year old when […]

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Smyth Strong: Building spirit and momentum from the grassroots | Community

Stephanie Porter-Nichols | Smyth County News and Messenger There’s power in repetition, and three Smyth County women plan to repeat their message over and over until it takes hold. Their task is demanding. They face generations of beliefs that bigger and better jobs – jobs, lifestyles, hope – can be found elsewhere and, more simply, […]

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Governor Hochul Announces $2.5 Million Funding for School Mental Health Resource Center

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the availability of $2.5 million over five years to create and support a Technical Assistance Center for mental health resources and training for schools. The center will support all public and private schools in New York State and help them deliver mental health education as part of K-12 health programs. […]

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Why fiat currency is bad

By jimmy songContributor | Monday, March 14, 2022 The Federal Reserve Headquarters in Washington, DC | Screenshot: Google Maps Fiat money is a cesspool of theft, cronyism and corruption. It is the escalator of wars, the source of wealth inequality, and the reason why seemingly everything today is politicized. Fiat money is an institution of […]

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CTE for me: helping the next generation of students

January 09, 2022 During the Christmas season, many people become nostalgic, remembering Christmases past, especially happy Christmases spent with family and friends or an unusual Christmas. This is especially true for those of us who are in our later years. Since our energy levels are lower, we spend more time sitting, remembering those happy times […]

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Shortchanged: Arizona schools will suffer, blame circulates as court kills K-12 funding

Published on March 12, 2022 at 4:07 p.m. Blake Morlock TucsonSentinel.com Long ago, in a Phoenix 100 miles away, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey decided that Arizona could no longer rank 49th in school spending. No, that was completely unacceptable. Hell, he was going to do something about it. In 2016, he got voters to approve […]

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New Berean Christian School aims to provide an alternative to public education | News, Sports, Jobs

News photo by Steve Schulwitz Mark Kuczma, spokesperson for the new Berean Christian School in Alpena, shows one of the banners for the school, which may open in the fall. The school’s goal is to provide an educational alternative to public education. ALPENA – Alpena parents looking for an alternative to Alpena’s public schools and […]

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Chip shots: false, true, a week in the life

Friday, March 11, 2022 7:21 PM Exactly a year ago this weekend, I was discussing how my column from the previous week had gotten the correct starting point for the DST weekend wrong. This year, I got something wrong that I posted last week…again.I read an “IHSAA Executive Meeting Minutes” article on […]

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Pennsylvania school fundraising lawsuit comes to an end

Responding to Commonwealth Needs In his closing argument, DeCesar pointed out that the education clause in the state constitution calls for an education system that is not only “comprehensive and effective” but “responsive to the needs of the Commonwealth.” “Education is not the Commonwealth’s only need,” he said. “The General Assembly has more duties” – […]

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DC Catholic schools drop mask mandate following lawsuit

By Ryan FoleyChristian Post reporter | Thursday, March 10, 2022 Unsplash/Georg Arthur Pflueger The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington dropped its mask mandate for Catholic school students after two parents sued District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser over an exception to the masking requirement for their children. Kelly Branaman, superintendent of schools for the archdiocese, […]

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Links: Yo-Yo Ma honors Ukraine; evangelical and Latino churches; the state of higher education

The great cellist of our time, Yo-Yo Ma, visited the Russian Embassy this week, pulled out his cello and played the hauntingly beautiful Ukrainian national anthem. WUSA9 has a short snippet of the performance, which is hard to hear over the din of traffic on Wisconsin Avenue. I was pleased to see that the section […]

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Aspiring politician who defends the youth

Elim Christian College student Maya McNeill, left, has been chosen to work alongside Pakuranga MP Simeon Brown, right, as the 2022 Electorate Youth MP. Times photo Chris Harrowell Maya McNeill takes her passion for debating big issues such as abortion and euthanasia with her family and friends all the way to Parliament. Pakuranga MP Simeon […]

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Very poor schools only get small boost in budget deal

During his presidential campaign, Joe Biden pledged to triple Title I funding. Last year, Biden aimed to achieve this by proposing to more than double the program, which sends extra money to very poor schools. Now it looks like schools will have to settle for a lot less. A bipartisan budget wrap unveiled early Wednesday […]

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Educational controversies have their own history

In 1974, I was a freshman law student when my father’s textbooks were “burned and banned” in Charleston, W. Va. No student has ever read a single page. It was part of the beginning of the culture war battle that continues to this day, over whether “American exceptionalism” is what we should be teaching our […]

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Randolph College Announces Appointment of 11th President

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) — More than nine months after Randolph College President Bradley W. Bateman announced his intention to retire, the college has released the name of his replacement. According to Randolph College, Sue Ott Rowlands will bring a wealth of experience and background in teaching and administration when she assumes the role of president […]

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Key pandemic nutrition assistance looks set to end suddenly

The spat has been taking place behind the scenes in recent weeks as lawmakers try to cobble together a deal to avoid a federal shutdown, which is expected to happen after midnight Friday unless Congress acts. The tense process has sparked tough debates over which programs passed earlier in the pandemic — and how much, […]

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Griff Aldrich, a former lawyer, has Longwood in the NCAA Tournament

One of the people least surprised to see Aldrich’s behavior was his best friend from college, Utah coach Ryan Odom, who calls him “a nervous Nellie.” The story continues under the ad “It’s part of who he is,” Odom said by phone Sunday. “He is always ready. He always worries about something that is not […]

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Redwater Christian Nursery School set to open later this month

REDWATER, Texas — Maud United Methodist Church is merging with the former Redwater United Methodist Church to form a new preschool, Redwater Christian Preschool, which is expected to open before the end of March. The school should initially accommodate around 35 students. There will be a crèche and classes for children up to kindergarten, and […]

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Pro-Life Christians Urged to Keep Hope at ERLC Event | Baptist life

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) — Church and pro-life ministry leaders were encouraged at a Southern Baptist-sponsored event Thursday evening (March 3) not to tire at this stage of the near 50 years of legal abortion history in the United States. The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) organized “Stand for Life: Road to Roe50” at the […]

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‘These Are Our Children:’ Local School Districts Welcome Hundreds of Hartford Students Through Open Choice | Connecticut and area

Alisha Henderson, Hartford resident and U.S. Air Force veteran, is sending her 4-year-old daughter to Enfield’s STEAM Academy preschool through the state’s Open Choice program. “So far it’s been an amazing experience,” Henderson said, adding that “it feels like a partnership” with teachers and staff. Henderson’s daughter, Novella, started at the Stowe Learning Center academy […]

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Sean Burnett Named Senior Vice President of Integrated Marketing Communications and Chief Marketing Officer at Pepperdine University

Following an extensive national search, Sean Burnett has been named Senior Vice President of Integrated Marketing Communications and Chief Marketing Officer at Pepperdine University. Burnett will assume his new role in April 2022. “I look forward to Sean’s stewardship of Pepperdine’s brand and history and am energized by the knowledge and experience he brings from […]

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The fight against the “Maus” is part of a larger cultural battle in Tennessee

ATHENS, Tenn. — After the McMinn County School Board voted in January to drop “Maus,” a graphic novel about the Holocaust, from its eighth-grade curriculum, the community quickly found itself at the center of a national frenzy over book censorship. The book rose to the top of Amazon’s bestseller list. Its author, Art Spiegelman, compared […]

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Schools would receive funding for e-education programs under bipartisan bill

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Reverend Larry W. Gerdes | obituary

Reverend Larry W. Gerdes Larry W. Gerdes, 79 of Hornell, NY was called home to be with the Lord on Sunday, February 27, 2022 at Highlands at Brighton in Rochester, NY. He was born on February 26, 1943 in Ponca, NE, the son of the late George William and the late Minnie (Panhorst) Gerdes. On […]

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LaRue Baptist Academy seeks to increase enrollment

By Mary AlfordJOURNALIST The LaRue Baptist Academy is back and looking to increase enrollment. Principal Nathan Housley, who is also a pastor at LaRue Baptist Church, said that for the 2021-22 school year, they only enrolled 15 students, but they hope to increase that number as the school year approaches. next school year. As this […]

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Ready to start saving? Do it in this order

Experts agree that most people should have savings and investments in different types of accounts to save for various purposes while taking advantage of certain tax advantages. Financial experts generally advise saving 10-15% of your income, but if that’s not possible right now, start setting aside whatever you can and increase the amount over time. […]

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JW Leary Junior High School Student Wins Massena Public Library Grant | Education

MASSENA — The Massena Public Library has benefited from a grant written by a student at JW Leary High School. Reese Faucher wrote the grant application for the Northern New York Community Foundation’s Community Spirit Youth Giving Challenge, which provided $500 to the library. “They got this grant because of this student’s presentation,” Massena Councilman […]

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Patten named Sumter Christian Teacher of the Year

STAFF REPORT Meagan Patten has been selected as Teacher of the Year at Sumter Christian School for the 2021-22 school year according to a school press release. Patten received her Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education from Concordia University and began teaching first grade at Sumter Christian in 2020. She taught three years prior […]

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Letter to the Editor: Faith teachers should leave the public school system

This is a call to public school teachers who know Christ and respect the authority of the Bible in faith and practice. It is a call to educators struggling to reconcile the now-compulsory teaching of twisted sexual concepts and critical race theory with their religious beliefs. It is an exhortation for young mind mentors who […]