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A Third-Party Perspective on Education

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Education laws need retooling for changing demographics

Popular opinion suggests that caregivers, educators, and students have an equal role to play in the academic achievement of students. However, according to an annual survey of “Black and Latino Parents and Families on Education and Their Children’s Future” facilitated by the Leadership Conference Fund, Black and Latino parents do not feel that educators, or …

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'Saving cities' often costs education, jobs and justice

This week St. Louis hosts the National Urban League’s national conference, the theme of which is “Save Our Cities: Education, Jobs and Justice.” These are important topics to address, and Missouri is a good place in which to do so. Unfortunately, many of the economic development policies adopted to save cities come at the expense …

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Sedalia 200 Board of Education approves policies, programs for upcoming school year

With only five weeks before the start of school Aug. 24, Sedalia School District 200 Board of Education members made decisions for the upcoming school year during Monday night’s meeting. As described in the statement of philosophy included in the district’s student discipline code handbook, the district has the “responsibility granted by the state, to …

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Gov. Kay Ivey makes infrastructure, education tops economic development initiatives

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey said it’s time for the state to address its aging infrastructure and education issues if it is going to be truly prepared to recruit 21st century jobs. Speaking to state and local economic developers at the Economic Development Association of Alabama’s summer conference, Ivey said infrastructure and education are two problems …

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Robin Dexter named Outstanding Career and Technical Education Administrative Leader

KEARNEY — Grand Island Public Schools Associate Superintendent Robin Dexter was named the Outstanding Career and Technical Education Administrative Leader during the annual Nebraska Excellence in Career Education Awards, which were presented last month in Kearney during the Conference Awards Luncheon. Dexter was part of the GIPS administrative and teaching team that met with local …

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