The Understanding Network: Weekly News Quiz | June 24-June 30, 2014

Iraq, the World Cup, the Supreme Court and Facebook: How well did you follow the news this week? Test yourself to see how you do against others. The mystery photo? … Continue Reading →

Good information on Friday, cash on Monday

Nampa School District’s Stuart Vickers was officiating a Tiny League game when he received a text from Superintendent Tom Luna that said: “call me.” Blackfoot College District’s Chad Struhs was … Continue Reading →

What you want to know about attending a university open day with your child

Do not be an embarrassing parent at an open day – but do make confident your little one will get all the details they require. Photograph: Ivan Kyncl When Penny … Continue Reading →

Ideas from the initial ED25 neighborhood conversations

Author: Sarah Grunewald June 30th, 2014 4 of us Rodel staff members (I’m on the left) attended the Vision Coalition’s very first neighborhood conversation about ED25, the draft strategy to … Continue Reading →

ITV faces inquiry more than college students bar bill in binge-consuming programme

Ofcom is to investigate regardless of whether ITV breached the broadcasting code by paying out for a group of college students to get drunk in a programme on binge drinking. … Continue Reading →

Rev. Alfred F. D’Alonzo, C.S.C.

In memoriam: Rev. Alfred F. D’Alonzo, C.S.C.

Rev. Alfred F. D’Alonzo, C.S.C. Rev. Alfred F. D’Alonzo, C.S.C., died Friday (June 27) at Holy Cross Home. He was 88. A native of Orange, N.J., Father D’Alonzo was an … Continue Reading →

Motherlode Blog: Monday Quandary: Nothing at all Left at the End of the Day

In the weekly quandary, we pull a question from the comments, the weekly open thread, or email that we know (or at least suspect) plagues much more than just that … Continue Reading →

Luna announces tech pilot recipients

State Division of Training officials on Monday announced the 15 colleges that will share $ 3 million in state funding to pilot technology plans. College students at Kuna Middle College … Continue Reading →

Why it is critical that we boost the aspirations of black kids

Forty per cent of black children and 39% of Asian kids think about their teachers may describe them as clever.&#13&#13 Photograph: Christopher Thomond The globe as we would like it … Continue Reading →

June 30, 2014

Regional Information Milford BeaconMilford Central Academy amongst four colleges chosen as Typical Core demonstration websitesThe Milford Central Academy is 1 of 4 Delaware schools that will serve as a demonstration … Continue Reading →

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