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Staff WriterWithin the classrooms of Danville High School, learning didn’t cease during the summer months. Danville Board of Education, with the help of faculty from surrounding schools, is holding the program Experience Danville STEAM — an acronym for...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAsbury University’s School of Education has completely revamped its program this year, breaking new ground in the state as it designs students’ learning around a clinical model. Education unit head Verna Lowe said the program seeks to...
Contributing WriterHe was always getting up a game of some kind, usually sandlot football. Mark had a knack for gathering my friends and me, most of us 10 years his younger, for a game of football in the fall or baseball in the spring. And he was my own personal trainer,...
email@example.comProbably all little kids have thought about how fun it would be to hide out at school after the lights are turned off, the doors locked. How much fun would school be then? To be able to touch the fancy equipment? Play with the art stuff? Run in the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — Lincoln County Middle and High schools will start a rigorous new English program in the coming school year intended to improve students' college and career preparedness dramatically. The district school board gave unanimous approval...
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email@example.comTeachers and staff at West Jessamine High School suited up and took the floor against students Friday, but both teams had the same game plan — raising money for tornado relief in West Liberty. The game was coordinated by the school’s Beta...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — Lincoln County Board of Education swore in a new member Thursday and discussed remediation options for Lincoln County High School. Theresa Long of Stanford will serve on the Board of Education until the end of the year and also plans...
Crab Orchard kindergarten registration starts Monday CRAB ORCHARD — Crab Orchard Elementary School will have kindergarten registration from Monday through May 4. Stop by the school to pick up the packet of information about enrolling a child...
The Lincoln County Board of Education swore in a new member Thursday and discussed remediation options for Lincoln County High School. Theresa Long of Stanford will serve on the Board of Education until the end of the year and also plans to run for the...
Dear Editor: Once again, the Mercer County School District finds itself under the subjugation of a school board that seems to be out of touch with the stakeholders for whom it is supposed to be working. At the April 19 board meeting, teachers, staff...
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First Amendment CenterDepending on whose press release you believe, Tennessee’s new science law either promotes “academic freedom” or “allows creationism to be taught in public schools.” Enacted on April 10, the legislation instructs school...
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