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As the community grows, so does enrollment in Aberdeen public schools. In the same way an extra kindergarten class was added at O.M. Tiffany Elementary School, the English as a Second Language program has been keeping pace with student growth....
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Students
Hagerstown Community College and the Maryland State Department of Education are partnering to offer a joint scholarship program for child-care providers in Maryland. To be eligible for the Child Care Career and Professional Development Fund ...
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...
Fire Chief Christopher Scott Hurst of the Susquehanna Hose Company has successfully completed the process that awards him the professional designation of "Chief Fire Officer)." The Commission on Professional Credentialing (CPC) met Nov. 6 to officially...
College scholarships available for women Bluegrass Alliance for Women is taking applications for its Legacy of Leadership Scholarship and its Lifelong Learning Scholarship funded by AARP. Female residents living in one of the Bluegrass Area...
Tags: Research, Awards and Prizes
On Nov. 9, seven area Christian schools came together for a professional development training day. The schools present were Broadfording Christian Academy, Grace Academy, Shalom Christian Academy, Heritage Academy, Cumberland Valley Christian School,...
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...
Varsity Times InsiderWith Friday an official holiday in the Los Angeles Unified School District, City Section football teams were told not to play on Friday and are barred from hosting games at district fields on that day. LAUSD also will not pay......
Sentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelGov. Rick Scott has proposed a $2 million teacher training grant program — one that would be partially funded by matching dollars from private donations. We mentioned the grant in this story about Scott seeking to remake his image by focusing on...
Scott Butler is a busy man. A managing director at Northwestern Mutual Financial Network-Maryland, he oversees the Columbia, Frederick and Hagerstown branches. In addition to volunteering regularly at the Living Classrooms Foundation, for six years he...
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...
Staff WriterThree agencies have come together to offer Spanish-speaking prison inmates a chance at improving their education through a unique agreement signed Tuesday. The Consulate of Mexico in Calexico, the Mexican National Institute of Adult Education and...
Tags: Dominican Republic, Mexico, Prisons, Education
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