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The Hartford CourantA 12-year study released Thursday concluded that working at Pratt & Whitney did not increase the risk of brain cancer or other illnesses for employees, but for some the results still fell short of a complete answer. "Half of me is happy that there's no...
Donna Sandberg, 62, opened Career Path at 1240 Iroquois Ave., in Naperville, in 1987. The Downers Grove resident said she assists people with career decisions, choosing college majors, and career development and transition. What sets you apart from...
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Voters got a chance to question 10 of the 13 candidates running for four open seats on the Oak Park and River Forest High school board. The forum, held March 7 at Buzz Cafe in Oak Park, drew about 25 community members, who determined which questions the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMercer County students will begin classes for the 2013-2014 year on Aug. 7, one day earlier than last year, according to a plan approved by the board during the regular February meeting. The first student holiday will be Labor Day, Sept. 2, followed...
Teachers in Naperville Unit District 203 could have more defined career paths and compensation to match by the fall. Leaders of a committee made up of administrators and teachers told the school board Monday they are making progress formulating Career...
At one Palatine school district, some parents are organizing to try to influence when teachers will have their learning time. At issue is a weekly 55-minute professional development time for the teachers of Community Consolidated School District 15. The...
Gov. Bob McDonnell is proposing 2 percent pay raises for public school teachers conditioned on more strenuous teacher assessment standards and a longer probationary period for new hires. McDonnell is asking the General Assembly to budget nearly $59...
The office of city treasurer is one race Burbank residents won't have to worry about, with Debbie Kukta — the former school board member who was appointed to fill the vacated post — facing no opposition for her seat. Interim City Clerk Zizette...
The Continuing Education and Business Services Division at Hagerstown Community College recently held a focus group for local banking executives on professional development services needed in the banking industry. Mary Ellen Waltemire, president of...
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Jody Lassiter, president and chief executive officer of the Danville Boyle County Economic Development Partnership, received the Kentucky Association for Economic Development Outstanding Service Award in honor of the Kentucky Industrial Development...
While it may seem like a day for area students to recover from a late night of trick-or-treating and overindulging on candy, area teachers won’t be getting a break. On Thursday, Nov. 1, students will have a day off school while their teachers,...
If you're a so-called nontraditional student (that is, over the age of 24 with the responsibilities to match) and want to complete your degree or earn a more career-specific one, professional studies programs might be for you. Many colleges and...
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