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Public schools in Washington would be required to teach sex education in all grades under bill approved by state Senate

OLYMPIA – All public schools in Washington would have to offer sex education programs, starting in kindergarten, under a bill passed Wednesday by the Senate. School districts would be required to adopt comprehensive, medically accurate policies for sexual health education for all grades by the 2021 school year,...

 

More Than Half of Aspiring Elementary Teachers Fail America's Most Used Licensure Exam, New NCTQ Report Finds

More than half of prospective elementary school teachers fail a licensure exam used in 23 states for those applying to join the profession, with black and Hispanic applicants far less likely to pass. The nation’s most-used licensure test, the Praxis Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects, has a first-time pass rate...

 

Cohen says he 'threatened' schools over possible release of President Trump's SAT scores or grades

Michael Cohen told a House committee on Wednesday that President Trump directed him during the 2016 presidential campaign to send threatening letters to schools he attended vowing to hold them liable to “the fullest extent of the law” if the then-candidate’s SAT scores or grades were made public. The...

 

Arming school police is the wrong response to the Douglass shooting

How might things have been different when an armed man, intent on confronting an educator, walked into Frederick Douglass High School this month if Baltimore City Schools Police were allowed to carry guns on duty? As fate would have it, we know exactly what would have been different: Nothing. Douglass’ school police...

 

Hy-Vee to Support The Great American Milk Drive Throughout March

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (March 1, 2019) — Today, Hy-Vee, Inc. announced its commitment to delivering much-needed milk to local food banks in its eight-state region by partnering with The Great American Milk Drive throughout the month of March. This is the third consecutive year of the companywide partnership. During...

 

Farm By The Lake's Skeeter Beater Snow Shoe Race held in Bagley

Farm By The Lake's Skeeter Beater Snow Shoe Race held on March 2, 2019 in Bagley, MN proved to be fun for all. Bringing about a new race tradition to the area. Combining the already popular pastime of snow shoeing with a little competition; what better way to enjoy the...

 
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Chad Filey To Perform - Farm By The Lake's Storyteller Series

Chad Filey To Perform Farm By The Lake's Storyteller Series March 10, 2019 3:00 PM Bagley Public Library Free and Open to the Public Family Friendly Event Author, Comedian, and Storyteller are just a few words used to describe Chad Filley. This versatile communicator...

 

Disenrollment for Greed and Power; At Pechanga The Theft of Per Capita is nearing One Billion Dollars

Anthony Broadman of the prestigious Galanda Broadman law firm just wrote about tribal disenrollment for greed and power so let's explore a little Pechanga greed and power. Since 2006, the year of our disenrollment, the Hunter family has lost $3,484,000 per person, in per capita payments alone. We arrived at that...

 

Family renews plea for clues 3 years after woman vanished from Manitoba First Nation

Three years after her daughter vanished after a night out visiting friends, Evelyn Chartrand is still looking for answers, and for her daughter, Lorlene Bone. "I still think about her every day," Chartrand told CBC News in an interview from her home in Swan River, Man., on Saturday. https://www.cbc....

 

John Wayne's Son Ethan Defends His Father 50 Years After Controversial 'Playboy' Interview

John Wayne has been dead for 40 years, but his famous 1971 Playboy interview continues to make headlines. The controversial interview was unearthed again last month and went viral on Twitter, and its content caused some to call to remove the movie legend’s name from an Orange County, California, airport, where a...

 

Death toll rises to 22 as tornadoes, severe storms hit South

BEAUREGARD, Ala. (AP) — A tornado roared into southeast Alabama and killed at least 22 people and injured several others Sunday, part of a severe storm system that caused catastrophic damage and unleashed other tornadoes around the Southeast. "We are at 22 right now. Unfortunately, I feel like that number may rise...

 

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