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SINGAPORE – More than four out of five primary 6 students who took the Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) under the new grading system this year were assigned to a secondary school in their top three choices, said Wednesday the Ministry of Education (MOE) (December 22). Here are some common …

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New campus of Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School

TAUNTON – Newly empowered by a grant from the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) expected to cover 40% of the cost, the Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School has offered to build an almost entirely new campus worth $ 305 million. dollars. The district says the current campus is outdated, undersized for …

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Column: Once unthinkable, three high school SD teams would win state championships in the same season

Serve me … As wonderful Encinitas songwriter Hugh Martin wrote, “in the heyday of yore,” I covered San Diego high school sports for the very professional yet fun Evening Tribune. Since then in the 1970s we’ve had a lot of changes in our sports – the NFL, the NBA (twice) …

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Nerdy Appoints Former US Under Secretary of Education Bill Hansen as Senior Advisor, Institutional Strategy | Business

ST. LOUIS – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Dec. 17 2021– Nerdy Inc. (NYSE: NRDY), a leading platform for live online learning, today announced that former US Assistant Secretary of Education William “Bill” D. Hansen has been appointed. appointed Senior Advisor, Institutional Strategy, and will support the company’s efforts to further develop …

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Hudson County Executive and HCCC President visit with incarcerated students

Director of Corrections and Rehabilitation Ronald Edwards × Director of Corrections and Rehabilitation Ronald Edwards Hudson County Director Tom DeGise and members of the Council of Commissioners joined Hudson County Community College President Chris Reber on a visit with incarcerated students who are now preparing for their community college degrees …

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Obituary: Madeleine G. Girardin – Lewiston Sun Journal

Madeleine G. Girardin LEWISTON – Madeleine G. Girardin, 83, of Lewiston passed away peacefully on December 4, 2021 surrounded by her children. Her last hours were spent in prayer and song, as the children held her hand until she met her Lord. She smiled during the rosary prayer and added …

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A look back at the remarkable 2021 high school football season

In the midst of a pandemic, at a time of intense political and social disagreement and during a time when many families were suffering emotionally and financially, the 2021 high school football season kind of ended on Saturday night. It has been 16 weeks of uncertainty, 16 weeks of hope, …

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McDonald County High School chosen for post-secondary counseling initiative

ANDERSON – McDonald County High School has been selected as one of 40 schools in the state to participate in a counseling program as part of a post-secondary counseling initiative. The school will start the program in January 2022, the start of the second semester of the 2021/2022 school year. …

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Jacobs test scores drop during COVID

ALGONQUIN, IL – State education officials have released Illinois’ first report cards since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The results show a decline in standardized test scores among students at Jacobs High School. The school-level assessments follow the release last month of preliminary statewide data, which showed declining academic …

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Dan Campbell dedicates first Lions victory to victims of Oxford high school shooting

The Detroit Lions won their first game of the season on Sunday, but the significance of the occasion has extended beyond the walls of Ford Field. As neighboring Oxford, Michigan continues to recover from a mass shooting at a local high school that claimed the lives of four students and …

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