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Request for Bid for Master of Ceremonies

The Nooksack Tribal Council will be recognizing Nooksack high school graduates, GED graduates, Two year College and Four Year College graduates and Master’s Graduates on August 7th at the Nooksack Community Building.  219 more words

Nooksack Indian Tribe News

Michael Anthony Bocchino


SA teacher Michael Anthony Bocchino admits possessing pornography depicting children under the age of 14 years

  • 4 hours ago July 15, 2014 2:12PM

AN ADELAIDE high school teacher has admitted possessing child pornography — including images of children under the age of 14 years. 209 more words


U.S. Students from Educated Families Lag in International Tests

It’s not just about kids in poor neighborhoods

“To ascertain whether the challenges facing the United States are concentrated among the educationally disadvantaged, we identify for each state and country the proficiency rate of students from families with parents of high, moderate, and low levels of education.

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How Much is Your College Degree Worth?

How much is your college degree worth? New research suggests specialization could be more important to a potential employer than the prestige of the school. 128 more words


White House Announces Plan to Improve Schools For Poor

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan sat down Monday with ten teachers and principals from across the country to discuss the continued problem of high-poverty, high-minority schools that still lack the resources they need to support their students. 235 more words

GRCC In the News, 6-27-14

Construction alliance earns statewide honor

June 26, 2014; Grand Rapids Business Journal

An industry-wide initiative has been recognized by the Michigan Works! Association for its accomplishments in building the talent pipeline for opportunities in construction throughout West Michigan. 501 more words

GRCC In The News

Education Dept. removes tweet with movie scene

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Education Department on Wednesday apologized for a tweet that depicted a scene from the movie “Bridesmaids” with the words “Help me. I’m poor” imprinted on it as part of an effort to get students to apply for federal aid. 248 more words