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Hinesville school removed from GDOE watch-list after improvements

HINESVILLE, Ga. (WJCL) — A local middle school has made major improvement according to the Georgia Department of Education (DOE) – enough to make it off of an educational naughty list just before Christmas. 172 more words

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Cathedral Kitchen, in Camden, Releases a New Crop of Culinary Graduates

By Steve Tawa

CAMDEN, N.J. (CBS) — A nonprofit organization in Camden, NJ, is serving up another round of graduates to work in area kitchens, following a 17-week culinary arts training program. 165 more words


More Than Just Academics As Philadelphia School Arranges a Sisters' Reunion

By Tony Hanson

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As it gave out academic awards to seniors this morning, a Philadelphia charter high school in center city had a special presentation for one senior:  her sister, serving in the United States Air Force, had returned home early for Christmas. 131 more words


Misspelled Sign May Have Cost NJ Principal Her Job

PATTERSON, N.J. (CBS) – A high school principal has lost her job, and the reason may be because of a sign outside the school with several errors. 240 more words


Amrita University 2015 Admit Card Importance

Admit card is a document that is required by any candidate to enter a particular exam. Therefore we can say that Amrita University 2015 Admit Card is required to enter the exam hall and appear in the entrance exam conducted by Amrita University. 454 more words

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The State of Bilingual Education in Connecticut

If state policymakers needed even more reasons to implement programs to bolster the performance of English Language Learners, they heard plenty this morning on WNPR. For starters, panel members on “Where We Live” pointed out that the four-year high school graduation rate for English language learners is only 60 percent compared to a rate of 83 percent for students proficient in English. 318 more words

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Ga., S.C. schools see flu cases rise

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — A Georgia school system has temporarily shut its doors due to increased instances of influenza, officials reported this week.

In northwest Georgia, Polk County shut down schools for the remainder of the week. 154 more words