education news articles 2018

LAWSUIT AGAINST USC EDUCATION SCHOOL ALLEGES FRAUD IN US NEWS & WORLD REPORT DATA Works Only Under These Conditions

Former students filed a class action lawsuit alleging USC Rossier School of Education fraudulently advertised and inflated the graduate school’s online education programs. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times) The University of Southern California’s education school was sued Tuesday by former students who claim that officials violated state law by falsely advertising the graduate program’s

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‘Constitution’ gets a grilling in thought-provoking Florida Studio Theater play

Amy Bodnar stars in the Florida Studio Theater production of Heidi Schreck’s play “What the Constitution Means to Me.” When she was 15 years old, Heidi Schreck banked a lot of scholarship money for her future college education by competitively speaking or debating at American Legion halls about the US Constitution and whatever personal connection

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State candidates debate housing, education and the environment in Summit County leading up to November election

The Summit County Senior Center is one of three locations in Summit County open on Election Day, Nov. 2, for in-person voting as well as ballot drop off. The first local debate of the election season took place on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at the Summit County Community and Senior Center. Liz Copan/Summit Daily News archives

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Health-care, education workers among those leading retirement wave

Breadcrumb Trail Links Canada Author of the article: A registered nurse takes a moment to look outside while attending to a ventilated COVID-19 patient in the intensive care unit at the Humber River Hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic in Toronto on Jan. 25, 2022. Photo by Nathan Denette /THE CANADIAN PRESS Article content Canada is

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Public Education Foundation accepts scholarship applications

The Public Education Foundation is accepting applications for more than $5 million in college scholarships. Current Clark County high school seniors and college students are invited to apply until Jan. 31. More than 900 scholarships are available. “Hundreds of generous donors within our community are making it possible for our students to pursue their post-secondary

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Former student of Christian school asks education minister to close it

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Former students of Legacy Christian Academy met with Education Minister Dustin Duncan on Wednesday. Caitlin Erickson Photo by Matt Smith /Saskatoon StarPhoenix Article content Pleading for more action after what she and others allege has been decades of abuse, a former student at a Christian school in Saskatoon has directly

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US VP Harris Pledges to Consult S.Korea Over EV Subsidy Concerns

By Trevor Hunnicutt, Soo-hyang Choi and Joyce Lee TOKYO/SEOUL (Reuters) – US Vice President Kamala Harris told South Korea’s prime minister on Tuesday that Washington will work to address Seoul’s concerns over recently enacted electric vehicle (EV) subsidies that could disadvantage Asian automakers. The $430 billion “Inflation Reduction Act” bill enacted in August includes a

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