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  • State's Largest Teachers Union Endorses Malloy

    State's Largest Teachers Union Endorses Malloy
    Saying that Republican Tom Foley would set "the state on a path to education disaster," the leadership of the state's largest teachers union offered a strong endorsement Monday of Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. "Dan Malloy has increased education...
  • Ask Amy: College student's behavior is soooo high school

    Ask Amy: College student's behavior is soooo high school
    Dear Amy: My first week in college I met "Christy" and "Ally," who were friends in high school. They have rooms next to each other in our dorm. I had a brief relationship with Christy. I ended it because we lacked an emotional connection; also Christy...
  • Dual Language charter school makes case for second location

    Dual Language charter school makes case for second location
    Losing students by the week because it doesn't have enough space, the Lehigh Valley Dual Language Charter School made another plea to the Bethlehem Area School District on Monday for permission to open a second location. Parents and representatives of...
  • Local fitness options

    Upcoming Get Fit DeLand Mayor Fitness Challenge: 5-7 p.m. Oct. 1; Kick off event for the ten week challenge. Sanborn Center, 751 S Alabama Ave, DeLand. Activities will vary from park to park and at Florida Hospital. For details, cost, and registration:...
  • Board proposes more money for public schools

    Board proposes more money for public schools
    Florida schools should get historically high funding this coming year -- or $232 more per public school student, the State Board of Education said Monday in adopting its annual budget request Monday. The board's request for K-12 funding (see first...
  • Among Chicago's black voters, disenchantment grows with Mayor Emanuel

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - Rahm Emanuel won election as mayor of Chicago three years ago in part because of his strength in the African-American community, but enough black voters have since soured on him that a black labor leader is emerging as a potential...
  • District 102 to post permanent subs at each school

    District 102 to post permanent subs at each school
    Officials in La Grange Elementary School District 102 will begin assigning one substitute teacher to report to each school building in the morning, the school board decided Thursday. At its regular meeting, the board voted 6-0 to approve the new policy,...
  • District 25 to host community meetings on enrollment

    District 25 to host community meetings on enrollment
    Arlington Heights School District 25 is taking on unexpected enrollment spikes with a series of community forums. Ivy Hill Elementary School, which has seen the largest student population increases this year, will host two meetings, including on Sept....
  • Friends of Great Kids Farm hosting Fall Food and Jazz Festival

    Friends of Great Kids Farm hosting Fall Food and Jazz Festival
    The Friends of Great Kids Farm will host their Second Annual Fall Food and Jazz Festival on Oct. 11. The event will serve locally sourced food, wine and beer accompanied by the music of the Dunbar High School Jazz Band. The festival will also feature a...
  • Lyman Memorial High School students hold Ag Showcase

    On Wednesday, Sept. 24, students in the vocational agriculture program at Lyman Memorial High School had the opportunity to show off their SAE (supervised agricultural experience) projects at the school's fourth annual Ag Expo. SAE projects require...
  • Emmaus Arts Commission announces student film festival plans

    Emmaus Arts Commission announces student film festival plans
    The Emmaus Arts Commission is holding its annual Student Film Festival. Students are given 96 hours to conceptualize, shoot, edit and produce a 6-minute (maximum length) film. Organized as a school or team competition, winners receive cash and prizes...