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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) – Should cameras be installed in classrooms with special needs? Some Madison City Schools parents think this way and make sure it is clear at a Madison City School board meeting. The topic was not on the agenda at the meeting, but parents say it is time to speak up. “Texas, West […]

October 20, 2021

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Tags: certification, change, Early, education, Leaders, Months

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Categories: Special needs education

The rule change will reduce the requirements from 60 semester hours to 20 hours. The new rule goes into effect December 31st, but leaders want it to start in November NS. LOUIS – Missouri education authorities want to make it easier to get certified as a substitute teacher starting next month. The Missouri Department of […]

September 30, 2021

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Tags: BacktoSchool, Deloitte, Exec, Leaders, Mom, Parents, Season, support, Uncertain, Ways

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Categories: Parenting

It’s no secret that the pandemic poses a particular challenge for working mothers – in fact, a Deloitte Global survey found that 82 percent of U.S. women feel their lives have been affected by the pandemic, and 70 percent of those women are concerned that their Career growth will be limited as a result. The […]

CHARLESTON – Three mothers are suing Cabell County and West Virginia education directors and Governor Jim Justice for failing to set minimum safety requirements for COVID-19 in public schools. “The state has now essentially delegated all COVID-related decision-making to the county school authorities without providing required metrics or minimum planning standards for these lay decision-makers, […]

August 11, 2021

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Tags: courses, education, Leaders, stress, support, vocational

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Categories: Special needs education

Larry Davis, left, the new Executive Director of Career Technical Education at Rio Rancho Public Schools, listens as RRPS Superintendent Sue Cleveland talks about the district’s first day of school and his plans for CTE. Gary Herron photo. Local schools and universities need the help of the business community to provide vocational education opportunities, leaders […]

Prior to the bill, many but not all schools in North Dakota had Native American studies, Baesler said. The passing has raised awareness of resources available to teachers such as the State Historical Society of North Dakota and the State Department of Public Instruction, she said. The scope of the curriculum is left to the […]

June 22, 2021

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Tags: Ellsworth, Felicia, Generation, Law, Leaders, Leading, WilmerHales, Women

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Categories: Parenting

Boston-based partner Felicia Ellsworth is vice chair of the litigation / controversy division of WilmerHale. An accomplished first chairperson of litigation and appeal attorney, she has served clients in high-level disputes in both state and federal courts, including the US Supreme Court. She joined WilmerHale in 2006 as an Associate. 1. What main service or […]