Secondary Education

Benefits abound for veterans wishing to join

In many ways, advising a veteran who wants to start or return to higher education after military service is no different from advising another mature student. As Hilliard Like other returning mature students, veterans often wonder how college will fit into their already busy schedules, whether they will have the …

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Obituary: Joshua Nadel – Lewiston Sun Journal

Joshua Nadel AUGUSTA – Joshua Nadel, 74, died on October 16, 2021 at the Alfond Health Center in Augusta. He had resided in Augusta for a long time and had already resided in Auburn for many years. Josh was born May 26, 1947 in Plainfield, New Jersey, the son of …

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Meriden guidance counselors offer scholarship advice

MERIDEN – One of the concerns for students and parents when planning their post-secondary education is financial aid. The Record-Journal recently interviewed educators from Meriden, who provided tips to help students succeed when applying for scholarships. Yesenia Diaz, a counselor at Maloney High School, said that as part of the …

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Government releases capitation grant before school reopens

By Damali Mukhaye By Shabibah Nakirigya The Education and Sports Department bowed to pressure and released part of the capitation grant for all government-subsidized schools to prepare them before the reopening in January. Principals of government-subsidized schools pushed the government to release grants to refurbish schools that fell into disrepair …

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