Posts Tagged
‘Officials’

December 2, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: education, funding, Lancaster, local, News, Officials, School, testify, trial, week

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Categories: Special needs education

Two senior Lancaster school district officials are expected to testify next week in a Commonwealth trial that could significantly change the way schools are funded in Pennsylvania. The trial, now in its second week, is based on a lawsuit filed by six school districts – including Lancaster – multiple parents and two statewide organizations against […]

TOPEKA – State education officials and lobbyists argued Tuesday in a debate about whether improved school funding would create positive trends in student performance in Kansas. As a result of the Gannon lawsuit and bills approved by the Legislature and Governor earlier this year, Kansas is currently funding the state’s 286 local public school districts […]

October 21, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: change, education, hope, Missouri, move, Officials, training

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Categories: Special needs education

The 20 hours of online training replaces 60 hours previously required for certification as a substitute teacher NS. LOUIS – The Missouri State Board of Education authorized the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) to request the permanent establishment of a pandemic program that dramatically shortened the replacement teacher training program. If approved […]

Williamsport, Pennsylvania – After many schools went virtual during the pandemic, education officials held a virtual meeting last week to reflect on financial and performance costs for students, school districts and taxpayers. The Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) and the Keystone Center for Charter Change held the meeting on Friday to discuss issues that charter […]

August 25, 2021

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Tags: College, education, engages, federal, HIV, issues, Officials, Professor

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Categories: Special needs education

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania – Liza Conyers, Professor of Education (Rehabilitation and Human Services), was invited by Harold Phillips, Director of the White House’s Office for National AIDS Policy, to give a brief presentation to senior federal officials on Monday to celebrate her Participation in national strategic planning to end the HIV epidemic. Conyers presented with […]

INDIANAPOLIS – Just weeks before school starts, Indiana education officials are working to address the state’s teacher shortage. The Indiana Department of Education is working with several colleges and universities to fill more apprenticeship positions. Indiana is struggling to get teachers into the classrooms, according to data released earlier this year. Part of the problem […]

June 23, 2021

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Tags: Conditioning, Electricity, India, Negative, Officials, report, Turned, Villagers

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Categories: autism

Autism is a world of behaviors. And behaviorists. We know about negative reinforcement. And we don’t like it. Torture is the ultimate negative reinforcement. I can’t help but wonder if there are people in the demented public health world who would choose to waterboard citizens to increase adoption. Negative reinforcement is a method by which […]