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CEA Expresses Alarm to President Trump Over Deportation of Students

CEA is joining together with other Connecticut education stakeholders to urge President Trump to ensure that schools continue to be safe places where children, regardless of immigrant and/or citizenship status, will not have their learning interrupted. 91 more words

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High School Students, Teachers Hospitalized Over Reported Chemical Odor

VINELAND, N.J. (CBS) — Students and teachers at a New Jersey high school have been hospitalized after a chemical odor was reported.

Vineland High School South says the building at 2880 East Chestnut Ave. 42 more words

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Cutting-Edge Technology At West Chester University Prepares Students For Real World

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — West Chester University is the flagship of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, and now, they have a new building that puts them on par with some of the best colleges in the country. 211 more words

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John Hopkins School Of Medicine Admits First Black Female Neurosurgeon

With so much depressing and devastating news populating the country right now, everyone could use some positivity to brighten up their day and there is no better example of this than a black female neurosurgeon who just made history. 355 more words

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Student Sues School District After Claiming He Had To Change In Front Of Transgender Student In Locker Room

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Civil rights lawyers in Philadelphia have just filed a first of its kind lawsuit in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

A high school student is suing a Pennsylvania school district after claiming “he was exposed involuntarily” to a transgender student while changing in the school’s locker room. 366 more words

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CEA Workshops Create New Opportunities for Teachers

Nearly 200 teachers turned out for free CEA professional development workshops in Rocky Hill Saturday, making good use of the opportunity to learn, engage, and connect. 180 more words

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Seven-Figure Grant Aims To Help Train Students To Become Teachers In Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — An influential nonprofit is opening its checkbook to help to develop middle school math and science teachers in Philadelphia.

Lou Bellardine, the Philadelphia School District’s Chief Talent Officer, knows how difficult it is to find qualified math and science teachers for fourth through eighth grade. 264 more words

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