Water education

When teachers face a premium for lessons on race

And now, in the latest effort to make teaching as unappealing a profession as possible, the New Hampshire Chapter of Moms for Liberty offered $ 500 to anyone who “successfully catches a public school teacher” breaking a new law prohibiting the teaching of critical race theory. This initiative, known to its authors as “CRT Bounty’s” [sic], directs readers to the …

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Mobilizing to help Afghans in need – VCU News

By Dina Weinstein While reports of the chaotic departure of the US military from Afghanistan and the people who fled the country have mostly vanished from the headlines, the University’s Afghan-born students and graduates of the Commonwealth of Virginia continued to educate and assist their Afghan compatriots in need. . For Yasameen Anwari, a 21-year-old junior who studies health, physical …

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Investigate pathogens and their life cycles for the benefit of society | MIT News

Desmond Edwards was a small child when he first heard of typhoid fever. Fortunately, he did not have the disease. He was watching a cartoon public health ad. The cartoon, produced by the Pan American Health Organization, was designed to educate people in its home country, Jamaica, about the importance of vaccination against diseases like typhoid. The typhoid character in …

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Seattle Seahawks Honor Matt Mickunas As Delta Community Captain

The first time Washington resident Matt Mickunas donned a uniform was as a young boy scout 34 years ago. From there he quickly rose through the ranks of Eagle Scout to Sea Scout, then a student at the Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps before signing his first enlistment contract at the age of 17. After serving for 24 years, …

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Three honored by county commissioners for their efforts at work

Longtime County Freeway Employee Jeff Grogan receives a golden shovel signed by his colleagues in honor of his retirement after 42 years in Porter County. AMY LAVALLEY / photo As Commissioner Laura Blaney, D-South said at the Porter County Commissioners Council meeting on November 2, “It’s good to start the meeting this way. “ “This way” was the public recognition …

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Lawmakers discuss challenges driving Maryland bus driver shortage

Faced with a nationwide shortage of school bus drivers, some Maryland county leaders and school district leaders are investing more money to raise driver wages. This content has been republished with permission from WTOP Information Partners at Maryland counts. Sign up for Maryland Matters Free Email Subscription today. Faced with a nationwide shortage of school bus drivers, some Maryland County …

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Create a culture of stewardship

If you call Rick Rottinghaus at the right time, you might be invited to his farm near Jesup, Iowa to help. Most likely, this will be a request to run an air seeder just behind the combine. “We can always use help if you’re available,” he jokes. But his real job is the constant improvement of the land he cultivates, …

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News of November 2, 1892

IONIA’S DAILY SENTINEL, NOV. 2, 1892 LOCAL LACONIQUE: An evening school will soon open in the shorthand department of the Poncher business school. Call soon and make arrangements to attend. The crossing from High Street to Center Street is in a terrible state in wet weather. There is no plank walk and pedestrians (sic.) Are forced to wade through the …

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STEM Connection uses curiosity in nature to make young scientists

On a gray and rainy fall day, fourth-grade students at Eastbrook Elementary School explore Moore Road Farm, located in the northwest side of Indianapolis. Discovery comes to life at STEM Connection, which sprang up on the 30-acre outdoor learning site in the summer of 2014 with a tent and port-a-potty and has reached 5,000 children a year, when there is …

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