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TENURED TEACHER FACED AGE DISCRIMINATION

EEOC Sues Waterford School District for Retaliation School District Failed to Recall Teacher in Retaliation for His Age Discrimination Complaint, Federal Agency Charges The Waterford Public School ...
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WHY TEACHERS ARE LEAVING

Why Your Best Teachers Are Leaving and 4 Ways to Keep Them by Shane McFeely Will the talented teachers in your district extend their contracts for another year? The chances are good that your ...
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EDUCATION IMPROVES ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES

Investing in public education earns high marks for greater upward mobility PENN STATE Investing in education may help boost economic opportunities for the next generation, according to a team of ...
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ANDREW'S 2019 BUDGET

Governor Cuomo Announces Highlights of the FY 2019 Budget Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced the highlights of the FY 2019 Budget. The Budget builds on the state's record of delivering ...
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CHARTER SCHOOL PAID FEMALE TUTORS LESS

EEOC Sues the Guidance Charter School For Pay Discrimination Palmdale School Failed to Pay Female and Male Tutors Equally, Federal Agency Charges The Guidance Charter School, a Palmdale, Calif.-based ...
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SCHOOLS AREN'T WELL PROTECTED

Four in 10 Teachers Say Their School Is Not Well Protected by Jim Norman Story Highlights 40% say their school not well protected from shooters gaining entry Same percentage say their school not well ...
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TEACHERS WANT GUN CONTROL

U.S. Teachers Prioritize Gun Control to Prevent Shootings by Jeffrey M. Jones Story Highlights Stricter gun laws, assault weapons bans mentioned most often Expanded background checks, assault weapons ...
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PREVENTING SCHOOL SHOOTINGS

Two Broad Approaches to Preventing School Shootings by Frank Newport Americans continue to be more likely to say that policy makers in Washington should focus on making major changes to school ...
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ANDREW'S 12 SUNY LEADERS

Governor Cuomo Announces Inaugural Class of SUNY Hispanic Leadership Institute Fellows 12 SUNY Leaders from Nine Colleges & Universities Selected for Inaugural Class Group to Be Recognized at the ...
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LATINO UNDERREPRESENTATION @ SUNY

NiLPnote: NiLP has had a longterm concern about the extreme underrepresentation of Latinos in the New York State government workforce. This concern has included New York's massive State University ...
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1 IN 5 DON'T REPORT SCHOOL VIOLENCE

Some teachers don't talk to anyone about violent incidents 1 in 5 don't even tell their school administrators OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY COLUMBUS, Ohio - One in five teachers who were the victims ...
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PROTECTING TRANSGENDER STUDENTS

A.G. Schneiderman And State Education Commissioner Elia Remind Schools That New York State Protects Transgender Students Despite Federal Government’s Refusal to Investigate Civil Rights ...
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KIDS NEED A BEST FRIEND

Why a Best Friend at School Matters for Students and Teachers by Tim Hodges Do you have a best friend at work? That simple question represents a complex concept. We've posed a version of that ...
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STUDENTS NEED TO BE CHALLENGED

Academic Rigor Linked to Alumni Perceptions of College Value by Tommy Tran The top reason students cite for going to college is to get a good job. To meet their needs, colleges and universities have ...
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DON'T FORGET TECHNICAL & VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS

Lucas, America’s student debt crisis is getting a ton of attention these days -- as it should. In recent decades, university tuition has increased at a rate far outpacing wage growth, and left ...
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FEWER SCHOOL DISTRICTS ARE STRESSED

DiNapoli: 26 School Districts in Fiscal Stress Twenty-six school districts have been designated as fiscally stressed under New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli's Fiscal Stress Monitoring ...
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KIDS WITH OCD HAVE LEARNING & MEMORY IMPEDIMENTS

Study of learning and memory problems in OCD helps young people unlock potential at school UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE Adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) have widespread learning and ...
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NOT LEARNING & GROWING @ COLLEGE?

Colleges: Learning Organizations That Aren't Learning by Brandon Busteed Colleges and universities are supposed to be learning organizations. But, apparently, they aren't doing enough learning ...
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LOOKING DOWN @ HIGHER ED

What Gallup Learned About Higher Education in 2017 by Zac Auter Throughout 2017, Gallup investigated the current state of higher education in the U.S. We listened to the perspectives of critical ...
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ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECH @ HUDSON VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE $1.5 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR NEW ADVANCED MANUFACTURING FACILITY AT HUDSON VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Schumer, Gillibrand: Federal Investment Will Train Workers To ...
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WHO TALKS TO KIDS ABOUT THEIR MAJOR?

Who Advises Vocational Students About Their Major? A bachelor's or graduate degree is not the only route to a financially rewarding career. There are good-paying technical jobs in fields like ...
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MAKE INTERNSHIPS MANDATORY!

Why Colleges Should Make Internships a Requirement by Brandon Busteed and Zac Auter The top reason students, parents and the public value higher education is to get a good job. Yet, among bachelor ...
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INCREASING ACCESS TO QUALITY PRE-K

Governor Cuomo Announces $5 Million in State Funding to Support Pre-Kindergarten in 16 High-Need School Districts First Pre-Kindergarten Programs in 11 Districts Funding Will Allow Nearly 1,000 ...
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HOW IGNORANT WERE THESE ACADEMIC JOURNAL PUBLISHERS?

FTC Halts the Deceptive Practices of Academic Journal Publishers Operation made false claims and hid publishing fees, agency alleges A federal court has granted a preliminary injunction requested by ...
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CUNY'S HALF-HEARTED RESPONSE

CUNY to Charge Puerto Rico Climate Change Refugee Students Outrageous $6,350 The NiLP Report CUNY Latino Trustees (top to bottom): Fernando Ferrer Lorraine Cortes-Vazquez Mayra Linares-Garcia Robert ...
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