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Duluth News TribuneAfter providing 24 years of military service to his country, Anthony "Tony" Klar is looking forward to a new career of service, assisting veterans, their families and others in need of a little support. The 51-year-old Moose Lake man graduated from...
Tags: Social Services
The Sacramento BeeFor Glenn Spencer, working at the Campbell Soup Co. plant in south Sacramento was the culmination of an unlikely climb from the depths of drug addiction. Starting in the factory's "flour room" in 2007, Spencer said he "made more money in my time at...
Daily American Staff WriterThousands of people who are working to earn their GEDs are running out of time. The American Council on Education will introduce a new General Educational Development high school equivalency test program in 2014. Tom Wojcicki, adult education...
Tags: High Schools, Schools
PETOSKEY -- The Petoskey site of YouthBuild Northwest will soon host an open house to give the community an opportunity to meet the students and see some of the projects they have been working on. The open house is planned for 4-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 5,...
PETOSKEY -- Students at the Petoskey site of the YouthBuild Northwest program recently constructed a shed as part of a program fundraiser. The shed is the first of two building projects funded by a $4,000 grant from the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area...
I was delighted to read Liana Aghajanian's recent article informing your readers of the English-as-a-second language class offered through Glendale Community College's non-credit Continuing Education division (“It's never too late to tackle English,...
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (AP) — The GED is changing and state education officials say those who haven't completed the test need to go ahead and do so. A new, more difficult and more expensive test will be in place starting January 2014. Anyone who has...
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and Morgan Stanley will honor the first-ever graduates of the Future Leaders program – an innovative workforce development initiative organized for underserved teens and young adults at the Bronx Zoo that...
@kellbellgrayThe Future Leaders program was launched by the Wildlife Conservation Society in partnership with Morgan Stanley, which has served as the sole funder for the first two years of the program, including its pilot phase and launch. The two-year program...
Gary Lee Stouffer, 68, of Duncanville, Texas, went to be with our Lord peacefully at his home on Sunday, April 22, 2012. Born Sept. 11, 1943, in Hagerstown, Md., Gary was preceded in death by his parents, Wilbur Leslie Stouffer Jr. and Pauline Virginia...
One in four Indiana students didn't finish high school last year, according to the UnitedHealth Foundation. That amounts to almost 10,000 students in Marion County alone. While students who drop out have the option to get a General Educational...
To the surprise of few, the state House Thursday passed the Parent Empowerment Act. By an 80-34 spread, lawmakers voted up the so-called "parent trigger' bill. The scornful proposal would arm parents with more firepower to put underperforming public...
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