education news articles 2019

Meritus announces new chief medical officer, new associate dean for proposed med school

Meritus Health recently named new leadership at Meritus Medical Center and its first associate dean for the proposed Meritus School of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Anand Budi has been promoted to chief medical officer, according to a news release from Meritus. Dr. Aaron George, who had been the chief medical officer, was the first associate dean

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Sanders taps Florida education leader to replace Key as Arkansas’ secretary of education

Gov.-elect Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced Thursday her plan to nominate a key official in Florida’s education system as secretary for the Arkansas Department of Education. Sanders, during a morning news conference at the Arkansas State University System office, announced his intention to appoint Jacob Oliva as the head of Arkansas’ education system. Oliva currently serves

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COVID-19 harmed literacy development of younger NB students: minister

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick’s Department of Education says mental wellness remains a concern as students return to class after two years of disruptions due to the pandemic. FREDERICTON — New Brunswick’s Department of Education says mental wellness remains a concern as students return to class after two years of disruptions due to the pandemic. The

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Alternative education programs helping Maine students learn

The president of Alternative Education Association of Maine estimates about 80 percent of schools have alternative learning programs. MAINE, USA — Alternative education puts a focus on social and emotional wellbeing for students and has grown in popularity after the pandemic showed many educators there is no “right” way to education. “Alternative ed in Maine

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CA WFO SAN DIEGO Warnings, Watches, and Advisories

AREA FLOOD WATCH Flood Watch National Weather Service San Diego CA 933 PM PDT Sat Sep 10 2022 …FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT PDT TONIGHT… * WHAT…Flooding caused by excessive rainfall is possible. * WHERE…A portion of Southwest California, including the following areas, San Bernardino and Riverside County Valleys-The Inland Empire and San

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LAWRENCE JONES: America’s children are facing ‘unprecedented challenges’ as new school year begins

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Fox News host Lawrence Jones broke down the challenges facing America’s education system on “Cross Country.” LAWRENCE JONES: We’re taking a hard look at the state of our education in this nation. The students in our lives are facing unprecedented challenges as this school year begins. EX-FAIRFAX

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Montreal school board to create virtual school for vulnerable students

The Quebec government has announced that it is ending online learning for students vulnerable to COVID-19 complications, but that isn’t stopping one school board from going ahead with a virtual option. In a statement, the Education Ministry said that since the province ended its public-health state of emergency in March, the measures taken to provide

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