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The Last Aperitivo and Last Day. (Not the last goodbye!)

I know we all woke up with that feeling.

The feeling of having to say goodbye. This experience has taught us so much within the last nine days. 169 more words


Graduation Dress Code

Lately in the news, there have been a couple stories of high school students that did not want to follow the dress code set by their school for graduation. 409 more words

GaDOE: Admit the Milestones were a disaster this year and start over

Given the new acknowledgement of grading delays by the state Department of Education and the growing doubts of Georgia’s frontline educators about the End of Course scores they are seeing, Georgia ought to treat the 2016 Milestones testing as pilot and learn from it. 415 more words


Paulding, Ohio Library Digitizes Its Yearbook Collection

The Paulding County Carnegie Library (Ohio) has digitized its yearbook collection. 34 CDs worth, with eventual plans to put them online. “The PCCL Digitized Yearbook Collection represents the following schools and years: St. 51 more words

New Resources

How Will You Measure Your Life?

(Source: hbr.org)

Editor’s Note: When the members of the class of 2010 entered business school, the economy was strong and their post-graduation ambitions could be limitless. 4,218 more words


Creating Value

Institutions of higher education, whether universities, colleges, or smaller technical institutes, are truly complex organizations; they have an array of components that must work together, ideally synchronous to one another, in order to properly function. 252 more words


Ken Mohan Presents at Hofstra Senior Year Conference!

This past Wednesday, Senior Ken Mohan presented his Senior Project at Hofstra’s Senior Year Sharing Conference.

Coordinated by our English teacher Natalia McMillan, our Senior Projects are completed by all students taking English 12R. 99 more words