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I have known Mary Ellen Young for over 20 years. We met while serving on Downers Grove’s first hotel tax advisory board and were instrumental in developing the Visitors Bureau, Sears’ home tours, the Pro Criterium bike race and various other...
Underlying all the many issues in education is one big, persistent problem: income inequality. From preschool to college, from test scores to technology access, socioeconomic status is the single most important determinant of student opportunity and...
Tags: Mountains, Politics, Academic Progress, Students, Landforms
Honor society Eastern Kentucky University: Local students inducted into the EKU chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society include: Dorinda Rigsby, Danville, biology; Anita Poling, Paint Lick, public relations; Jordan Young, Salvisa, pre-communication...
Adams Elementary School Principal Gabriel Del Real was avoiding something at the end of the Friday's morning assembly. "But I have to do it because I promised," he said. "You promised, all right!" a student shouted from the crowd of kids sitting on...
Lisa Schlossnagle is accustomed to giving her time to Fulton Elementary School. As a parent and volunteer, she spends time aiding teachers in her daughters' classrooms, representing the school as its PTA delegate, and attending countywide meetings...
Steve Ferguson Age: 24 Profession: Principal of CF Political and Media Strategies As a candidate for school board, I believe that it is important to put forward a plan for which you can be held accountable. I am the only candidate to put forward new...
100 Years Ago Society on the move From the Times social columns: "Mr. and Mrs. William S. Powell will reside at 'Wisteria Hill' near Waterloo in the summer months coming. "Mr. and Mrs. John Warfield have moved to their country home, near Lisbon, for...
The PTA at Point Dume Elementary in Malibu is a fundraising machine. Parents collected about $2,100 per student in the 2009-10 school year, money that helped pay for music and art programs, as well as a dedicated marine science lab. But now the Santa...
Tags: Politics, Students, Jerry Brown, Music, Teaching and Learning
Staff WriterThe contentious "parent trigger" bill failed again in the Florida Senate, dying Tuesday on a tie vote just as it did in 2012. The bill aimed to give parents more say in the fate of a struggling school, allowing them, by petition, to select a...
Tags: Florida Legislature, Elections, Washington, DC, Jeb Bush, Apopka
Pauline Schofield, age 82, of Midland, died Saturday, April 27, 2013, at the Philip Nursing Home. Visitation will be held 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, April 30, at the Rush Funeral Home in Philip, and one hour preceding the services at the gym on Wednesday....
Here are some of the things happening in Washington County Public Schools this week: Tuesday, April 30 Eighth-grade Day on the Job Barbara Ingram School for the Arts — Visual- arts open studio, 4:30 p.m. E. Russell Hicks Middle —...
Tags: Arts, Chess Playing, Music, Arts and Culture, Entertainment
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