secondary education

Indiana’s and St. Joseph County’s high school graduation rate sees a slight drop

Indiana’s high school graduation rate for 2022 dipped slightly and most demographics’ rates remained stagnant, but fewer Indiana students needed a waiver to graduate compared to last year. The Indiana Department of Education released its 2022 high school graduation rates Friday, which showed this year’s state rate dipping slightly to 86.61% compared to last year’s […]

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Dayton high schools say athlete study table experiment helping

But some high schools said they were still looking for other teachers and counselors to help oversee the study tables. Pointz Career Technology Center principal Heather Davis said the school was struggling to find a qualified math teacher to help with study tables, as most of their math teachers were currently long-term substitutes and many

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Worried About Vax-Related Side Effects? Breath Easier One Year Out

Photo by RODNAE Productions on Pexels.com I’m at my one year anniversary of getting Pfizer’s COVID-19 vax. I’m starting to worry less about adverse effects, not that I’ve lost much sleep over it. Luckily, I’m hearing no chatter at my hospital about requiring the boosters. Yet I don’t hear any of the vax mandaters saying

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Education: Students tout benefits of EMCC’s Adult Education programs

Two north Mississippi residents are taking advantage of the programs offered at East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus. Brandon Miller of West Point and Trey Logan of Eupora are both enrolled in the Adult Education Launch Pad where they are taking GED preparation classes, and the two were guest speakers at a Sept. 22

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Gov. Wolf celebrates education investments over past 8 years

Gov. Tom Wolf joined educators, elected officials and students at Aliquippa High School to tout the $3.7 billion investments in public education over his eight years in office.“The future of Pennsylvania, the future of our country, it runs through places like this,” Wolf said Thursday. “It runs through Aliquippa High.” Wolf said this investment started

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