Educational services

Precious Grimes, Certified Professional Counselor, Launches New Book “Clear the Noise (Find Your Rhythm)”

Certified Professional Counselor and Founder of Therapeutic Glow Counseling and Educational Services, LLC, Precious Grimes, launched his new book titled “Clear the Noise (Find Your Rhythm)”. Grimes’ literary work is a therapeutic book for people struggling with healing from past trauma and exhibiting symptoms of depression and anxiety. Speaking about …

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Education Services District # 112 Presents 2021 Washington Association of School Administrators Regional Awards | Lifestyles

The Washington Association of School Administrators Awards were recently presented by Educational Service District 112 to individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to K-12 education. The Merit Award, the Leadership Award for Student Achievement and the Community Leadership Awards were presented virtually at a ceremony hosted via Zoom in May. …

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Higher education and future of work strategist joins national university system to expand learner-centered programs

Acclaimed Author and Future of Work Specialist Dr. Michelle R. Weise Joins Nonprofit Adult University as Vice-Chancellor for Strategy and Innovation LA JOLLA, CALIF. (June 18, 2021) – National university system, a network of not-for-profit educational institutions that includes National University, Northcentral University and Seattle City University, today announced the …

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Distance school options for fall

Posted: June 17, 2021 / 10:42 AM EDT / Update: June 17, 2021 / 10:42 AM EDT UTICA, NY (WUTR / WFXV / WPNY-TV) – School is almost over for the summer, but what exactly learning will look like when students return in the fall remains to be seen? “I …

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Addiego applauds signing of bill protecting students with disabilities from loss of education services due to COVID crisis

Trenton – Senator Dawn Marie Addiego issued the following statement applauding the signing of her bill, S-3434, which will protect students with disabilities from special education services due to the coronavirus crisis by temporarily extending the schedule for those who could exceed the age of eligibility: “This bill speaks of …

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Brookings register | Agenda 06-14-21

Rutland School Board The Rutland School District School Board will meet at 4 p.m. on Monday in the Rutland School Media Center. Agenda items include: • Approve the minutes • Examination of complaints • Financial report • Public forum • PLEC report • Superintendent’s report • Disclosures of conflicts of …

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Walker’s Virtual Lives in Bloom Gala a Huge Success

On May 20, Walker Therapeutic and Educational Programs (Walker) hosted a virtual Lives in Bloom gala that raised more than $ 260,000 to support the organization’s residential, educational and community services for children and families. For Walker – who is celebrating 60 years of providing special education and clinical programs …

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Governor Edwards signs Louisiana budget bill, invest in education, support families and pursue long-term economic recovery

Governor John Bel Edwards issued the following statement on the Louisiana budget bill, which he signed last night. The budget invests in many of the governor’s key priorities, including increasing funding for education, promoting continued economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and substantial new investments in infrastructure. Governor Edwards said: …

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Council plans to refinance debt service

City of Siloam Springs managers are expected to consider refinancing income bonds from 2015 on Tuesday to take advantage of current low interest rates. A proposal is on the board to refinance Series 2015 bonds by issuing Series 2021A and 2021B bonds, according to a staff report prepared by city …

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