Union Teacher of the Year Rebecka Peterson advocates for public education < Oklahoma

Visiting Union High School one September morning, Rebecka Peterson could hardly walk past the front foyer without being hugged by alumni. Before it opened, there were some skeptics that downtown Tulsa couldn’t support a massive arena, but nearly 15 years later, the BOK Center has hosted many memorable shows and events. 2022-23 State Teacher … Read more

The Dunk family is not happy with Reading Recovery

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Some families in Kentucky say a reading program designed to help young students isn’t working. what you need to know Reading Recovery is an intervention for first graders who have difficulties with early reading and writing The Dunk family put 3 out of 5 children through the program Since 2004, the state … Read more

OPINION: The Yin and Yang of the California Job Description | Open ~ California

When California’s monthly employment report was released last week (November 18) – telling us how the situation was in October – Gov. Gavin Newsom was quick to make a solemn statement. “California has now fully recovered all of the jobs lost to the recession caused by the pandemic, but we know that’s not the finish … Read more

Salvation Army of Omaha

Dr. Richard Klein Joins Omaha Salvation Army Advisory Board The Omaha Salvation Army recently appointed Dr. Richard Klein. Appointed Richard Klein to their advisory board, which supports The Salvation Army’s work in the Omaha-Council Bluffs Metro by providing mission-based leadership and strategic guidance. dr Klein is Vice Chancellor for Institutional Effectiveness and Academic Success at … Read more

The Dunk family is not happy with Reading Recovery

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Some families in Kentucky say a reading program designed to help young students isn’t working. what you need to know Reading Recovery is an intervention for first graders who have difficulties with early reading and writing The Dunk family put 3 out of 5 children through the program Since 2004, the state … Read more

Virginia teachers accused of assaulting special needs students > Virginia

FALLS CHURCH, Va. – A special education teacher from Northern Virginia is charged with assaulting a special needs student. The incident happened on September 28 at Marshall High School at 7731 Leesburg Pike in Falls Church. According to Fairfax County Police, a school worker reported that Amy Bonzano, 50, of Falls Church, assaulted the student. … Read more

Montana Tech’s Fall Beginning Ceremony is scheduled for December 10th

Montana Technological University’s inauguration ceremony for the Fall 2022 Graduates will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, December 10 at HPER. The university is expected to award 186 degrees and certificates to 181 students. The Order of the Engineering Ring Ceremony will be held on Friday, December 9 at 5 p.m. in the Library … Read more

In the garden | sweeping story | gardening < Illinois

If you look at the common crops in Illinois, corn (Zea mays) undoubtedly has a strong impact on agriculture. However, gorse (sorghum bicolor) is a lesser-known member of the grass family (Poaceae) with its own agricultural history in our state. It is more closely related to other sorghums than the most popular Poaceae member, Zea … Read more

Aurora Superintendent Rico Munn is stepping down at the end of the school year = Colorado

Aurora Superintendent Rico Munn plans to step down at the end of this school year and take a less active role in leading one of the most diverse counties in the state beginning in January. Aurora Public Schools announced the change in a letter from school board president Debbie Gerkin Friday afternoon. The Aurora School … Read more