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Teachers in Naperville Unit District 203 could have more defined career paths and compensation to match by the fall. Leaders of a committee made up of administrators and teachers told the school board Monday they are making progress formulating Career...
At one Palatine school district, some parents are organizing to try to influence when teachers will have their learning time. At issue is a weekly 55-minute professional development time for the teachers of Community Consolidated School District 15. The...
Gov. Bob McDonnell is proposing 2 percent pay raises for public school teachers conditioned on more strenuous teacher assessment standards and a longer probationary period for new hires. McDonnell is asking the General Assembly to budget nearly $59...
The office of city treasurer is one race Burbank residents won't have to worry about, with Debbie Kukta — the former school board member who was appointed to fill the vacated post — facing no opposition for her seat. Interim City Clerk Zizette...
Jody Lassiter, president and chief executive officer of the Danville Boyle County Economic Development Partnership, received the Kentucky Association for Economic Development Outstanding Service Award in honor of the Kentucky Industrial Development...
While it may seem like a day for area students to recover from a late night of trick-or-treating and overindulging on candy, area teachers won’t be getting a break. On Thursday, Nov. 1, students will have a day off school while their teachers,...
If you're a so-called nontraditional student (that is, over the age of 24 with the responsibilities to match) and want to complete your degree or earn a more career-specific one, professional studies programs might be for you. Many colleges and...
Few people on the street may be familiar with the World Bank. Yet, it plays a critical role in the U.S. effort to engage the world through its contribution to economic development in poor and post-conflict societies. As current World Bank President...
Wine festival The annual Chesapeake Bay Wine Festival will be held May 5-6 at the Bay Bridge Marina, 357 Pier One Road in Stevensville. In addition to local and international wine samplings, the event includes live music, arts and crafts, and food. Hours...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Tomatoes, Charity, Golf, Health
House Committee on Education January 26, 2012 Hearing on the Excellence in Education Act Testimony by Jon Hummell, Director of Operations, Office of the Governor CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION In Governor Sam Brownback’s Road Map for Kansas, he...
The 33 NewsIt was a difficult summer for teenagers, as 1 in 4 of them nationwide went looking for work and couldn’t land a job, according to the Labor Department. While the nation’s unemployment rate in July was a little over 9 percent, the teen rate...
Los Angeles TimesMissed appointments for the apocalypse, like the one in May, do more than give nonbelievers a chance to crack a joke. They create doubts in some of the faithful; after all, the world didn't end — but is there really somebody out there? The same can...
Tags: Throat, Philosophy, Christianity, New Jersey, Texas
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