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  • In the Pipeline: Ocean View High coaching legends honored

    In the Pipeline: Ocean View High coaching legends honored
    "Seahawks, please draw your attention to the front of the stadium stands, where some very special guests are joining us for homecoming tonight." So it began Friday night in a voice that boomed over the PA between the first and second quarters at Ocean...
  • Freddie Mae Pearman: Orlando woman loved teaching 'little people'

     Freddie Mae Pearman: Orlando woman loved teaching 'little people'
    Freddie Mae Pearman did not choose easy jobs. For more than a decade, the single mother worked at the Center for Drug-Free Living, counseling drug and alcohol abusers. Later, she worked at Cherokee School with children who were severely emotionally...
  • More on what makes the 1% so darned wonderful, by yet another courtier

    More on what makes the 1% so darned wonderful, by yet another courtier
    The "Think and Grow Rich" genre is one of our oldest categories of self-help claptrap, and endlessly successful in the marketplace. Its immutable theme, as distilled by Paul Campos of the Lawyers, Guns & Money blog, is that "rich people deserve their...
  • School district debate Wednesday will be first for Mesa Verde

    Mesa Verde Community Inc. is hosting its first-ever Newport-Mesa Unified School District trustee candidate forum Wednesday night. Mesa Verde Community, a nonprofit established in 1965, has hosted forums featuring Costa Mesa City Council candidates in...
  • 14 of 22 Bethlehem Area schools meet benchmark

    Fourteen of Bethlehem Area School District's 22 schools scored a 70 or higher on Pennsylvania's soon-to-be-released School Performance Profile, one fewer than last year, according to the district. Schools that score 70 or above are considered by the...
  • Frustrated teachers speak out at Lake School Board meeting

    Frustrated teachers speak out at Lake School Board meeting
    TAVARES — For hours, Lake County teachers, parents and students hurled complaints at the School Board during a Monday-night meeting that drew such a crowd that it violated the fire code of the room where it was held. More than 250 people wearing...
  • Glastonbury School Board Reviews iPad Use For Seventh-Graders

    Glastonbury School Board Reviews iPad Use For Seventh-Graders
    GLASTONBURY — The board of education continued to review Monday a plan to give tablet computers to every seventh-grader starting in 2015-16. Brian Czapla, the schools' director of education technology, made the proposal to the school board in July...
  • It's the annual Ghost Guide to the Lehigh Valley's most haunted happenings

    It's the annual Ghost Guide to the Lehigh Valley's most haunted happenings
    A long month of Halloween fun awaits. Like to be scared silly? Got you covered. Enjoy getting just a little spooked? Check that. Looking for fall fun for the whole family? There are plenty of hay mazes, fall festivals, special events, parades, trick-or-...
  • School zoning change may be on the way in College park

    School zoning change may be on the way in College park
    The word “capacity,” Nancy Robbinson notes, is one that she and other members of the Orange County School Board grapple with all the time, since they have 190,000 students to educate. In College Park, she added, the capacity issue is a mixed...
  • Asbestos testing closes 2 Ocean View schools through Tuesday

    Two Ocean View School District elementary campuses will be closed through Tuesday while the district conducts tests to determine whether there is evidence of potentially dangerous asbestos inside the Huntington Beach classrooms. The district's...
  • Northwestern student athletes equip kids to ROARR against bullies

    Northwestern student athletes equip kids to ROARR against bullies
    Ren Freeman wanted to boost her son Gabe’s self-esteem after a bullying incident at Evanston’s Nichols Middle School in 2013 left him “crushed.” Then a sixth-grader, Gabe — who is hearing-impaired and dances ballet — ...