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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...
On Feb. 28, the school board held a study session to review options for improving performance at 11 Costa Mesa program improvement, or PI, schools. The study session reviewed data and included the presentation of four improvement options, each of which...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Teachers, Music, Students, Concerts
YouthBuild Northwest is recruiting for its first program in Petoskey, which will give young adults without high school diplomas an opportunity to build skills, continue their education and serve the community. The construction training and education...
L.A. NOWA typically overlooked corner of the dropout problem became a little more visible Thursday when state officials for the first time released the dropout rate for eighth-graders. Statewide, about 3.5% of eighth-graders -- 17,257 in all -- left school and......
email@example.comIf it's been a decade or two since the last time you applied for a job, finding yourself out of work today may be a bit of a shock, Washington County Free Library Director Mary Baykan said. "Now you have to search online, you have to fill out that...
firstname.lastname@example.orgProspective students will be able to tour the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics' new Hagerstown campus Saturday at an open house scheduled for 10 a.m. The school, in Top Flight Air Park near Hagerstown Regional Airport, remains on schedule to begin its...
Hagerstown Community College recently held its annual adult education commencement ceremony. The following students graduated from the General Educational Development and External Diploma programs. GED graduates Boonsboro — Ryan Hinkle, Amanda...
Throughout his many trips into and out of the state's prison system, Steven Hayes could always count on his mother. Each time Hayes left prison, Diana Hayes took him into her tiny Winsted home. She wrote letters to wardens, parole officers and prison...
The Swampby Mark Silva Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton have sort of danced around one another since that election in which, you know... But they joined this week at something which has become a personal matter for the former president,......
Cooking GalÂ» Orlando Sentinel â Cooking GalThe 21st Annual Taste of the NationÂ at the Marriott World Center (8701 World Center Drive,Orlando, FL 32821) on Saturday, June 5, 2010. This foodie event, which raises funds for local hunger relief efforts, offers attendees the opportunity to sample...
Sentinel Staff WriterSgt. Randy Haney loved to clown around. His official U.S. Army photo shows Haney, eyes wide, goofing for the camera. But the former Central Florida man also had a serious side. He joined the military when he was 20, married his high-school sweetheart,...
Tags: Armed Forces, Death, Defense, Colorado Springs, U.S. Army
The Hartford CourantAs a small circle of friends celebrated his freedom at a barbecue in July, Joshua Komisarjevsky brooded, burying himself in a bottle of whiskey. State probation officers had removed an electronic monitoring bracelet less than 24 hours earlier, bringing...
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