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Thursday, November 25, 2021 By Rachel Lacroix Hit 118 U.S. Representative Susan Wild visits Monroe County to highlight a local high school that goes way beyond that for her special needs students. East Stroudsburg South High School offers a program that gives students with special needs an insight into the responsibility that comes with living […]

The NOLA Public Schools district is sponsored by Friends of King, the founding group that established the Dr. Martin Luther King Charter School operates requiring a third party to oversee their special education services over the next six months due to a series of special education violations, the district says it has identified itself with […]

November 13, 2021

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Tags: Angeles, Defense, District, Freedom, fund, Health, Los, mandate, School, staff, sues, Unified, Vaccine

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Categories: autism

The public health case for vaccine mandates is crumbling in the face of new evidence that vaccines fail to prevent infection or transmission of SARS-CoV-2 How did we get to a place where our government is comfortable forcing healthy Americans into risky medical intervention to support their families? Have we become North Korea? “ – […]

The labor shortage has affected many employers, including the Nanaimo-Ladysmith School District. “We face the challenge of filling almost every position these days,” said Scott Saywell, the district’s superintendent. Speech therapists, French immersion teachers, and planners are among the hard-to-fill positions, according to the school district. The most difficult job, however, is the job of […]

October 31, 2021

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Tags: District, education, Oakland, School, Spotlight

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Categories: Special needs education

Oakland School District is a tightly knit hilltop community and is home to 600 students attending elementary, middle, or high school. “There’s something magical here,” said Patti Lovemark, superintendent of the Oakland School District. “It’s a close, caring environment and feels like family.” Superintendent Lovemark has served as a class teacher, special education director, and […]

October 25, 2021

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Tags: 157K, boosts, District, education, Foundation, grants, Greater, Latrobe

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Categories: Special needs education

The Greater Latrobe Partners in Education Foundation donated more than $ 157,000 in grants to the school district this month to support a range of educational endeavors, including technology courses, professional development for teachers, and assistance for students with special needs. The grants are part of more than $ 6 million the foundation has raised […]

Current job: World language teacher Voluntary background, if available: Literacy Volunteers of Southern CT here in Milford. At school, coordinator of the Council on International Education Exchange (CIEE), Sociedad Honoraria, Hispánica-National Spanish Honor Society, International Annual Evening. Education: CT Literacy Specialist Program: Remedial Reading & Reading Consultancy from Sacred Heart University; Sixth Year: Interim Administration […]

Current job: World language teacher Voluntary background, if available: Literacy Volunteers of Southern CT here in Milford. At school, coordinator of the Council on International Education Exchange (CIEE), Sociedad Honoraria, Hispánica-National Spanish Honor Society, International Annual Evening. Education: CT Literacy Specialist Program: Remedial Reading & Reading Consultancy from Sacred Heart University; Sixth Year: Interim Administration […]

October 21, 2021

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Tags: board, City, District, education, School, Springfield

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Categories: Special needs education

Education: Masters in Educational Leadership, University of Dayton; Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education, Ohio State University; Graduated from Springfield City School District Current Employment: Retired in 2016 as Administrator of the Springfield City School District Community engagement: Current member of the SCSD Board of Directors; Co-President Delta Kappa Gamma Alpha Eta Chapter Why are you […]

Chris Nikic, ESPY winner, Boston marathon finisher and the first person with Down syndrome to ever complete an Ironman triathlon, energizes North Scott Junior High School students before speaking about it, including in to move forward in difficult times. During his inspirational and actionable keynote, Nikic shared his 1% better strategy for achieving goals. North […]

The Clark County School District violated federal disability law by failing to provide services that would adequately meet the needs of a student with dyslexia, a federal judge in Nevada ruled last week. In a stinging reprimand, Judge Richard Boulware wrote that the school district failed to address the student’s specific needs and ignored professional […]

Michael Cornale, District 87 Chief Financial and Facilities Officer, explains how districts use ESSER II and ESSER III grants. BLOOMINGTON – Federal, state, and local grants are a huge part of Bloomington District 87’s budget each year, and fiscal 2022 looks no different. The district expects around $ 17 million in grant funds this year, […]