Council Rock teachers awarded $16,224 in grants to pursue innovative initiatives
COUNCIL ROCK – The Council Rock Education Foundation (CREF) awarded a dozen grants at Thursday night’s school board meeting totaling $16,224. The money is awarded to district programs that support innovative initiatives and enhance learning within the district.
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HISD Foundation awards $24K to teachers
Henderson Education Foundation fulfilled one of its primary goals this year by awarding $24,205 to HISD teachers.
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Young US food critic rates ‘kid-friendly’ eateries
Eli Knauer has a ravenous appetite for seeking out the juiciest meats and sweetest desserts in Baltimore restaurants. But at just 10 years old, he is no ordinary food critic.
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PH property market strong, resilient
MARKETS for office and retail spaces continue to improve in the Philippines with rents improving quarterly since last year, according to property consultancy firm Jones Lang LaSalle Leechiu, Inc. (JLLI).
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As the 2010-2011 school year drew to a close Hollywood Elementary School principal Paul Kennamer got a welcomed surprise.
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Analysis: Ben Shapiro’s interviews with Hollywood execs reveal bias
The line, “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas,” no longer applies to Hollywood, at least not since author Ben Shapiro’s candidly revealing book, “Primetime Propaganda,” hit store shelves, and since the accompanying interviews with Hollywood execs, upon which it is based, hit YouTube.
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Frasure brings experience to redistricting panel
DAN POPKEY The Idaho Statesman BOISE, Idaho Immediately after being elected co-chairman of Idaho’s Redistricting Commission, Evan Frasure made a gesture of restraint, suggesting that Democratic co-chair Allen Andersen preside the first day. That was the end of Frasure’s deference Tuesday. He asked more questions than the five other members combined, corrected speakers, doubted the accuracy of …
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Does technology make students smarter or more distracted?
On just about any college campus, students walk with their heads down and fingers on their phones — staying connected and learning, they say. Their iPhones and Droids help them to do research, record lectures and photograph lab samples.
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Dan Popkey: Veteran mapper dominates redistricting’s first day
Former Sen. Frasure’s tour de force suggests a GOP advantage Read more Idaho political news Read Dan Popkey’s reporting and columns
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Amharic heritage language class to teach reading, writing, culture to Ethiopian high school students in Los Angeles
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