Posts Tagged
‘hope’

January 17, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: education, Future, Give, hope, Pandemic, Teaching

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Categories: Special needs education

Over the past few months, we’ve seen a lot of news about how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted our children’s education. Yes, school closures, online learning, and hybrid models have transformed the lives of our students. But as an educator, I remain long-term optimistic about the future of education in New Mexico. The pandemic experience […]

January 8, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: advocates, education, hope, Legislative, session

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Categories: Special needs education

See what education advocates want to see during this session of the Arizona Legislature that begins Monday, January 10, 2022. Arizona Education Association president Joe Thomas and Arizona School Boards Association‘s Director of Governmental Relations Chris Kottermann shared their thoughts Arizona horizon host Ted Simons earlier this week. Video: Arizona Horizon – Jan 4th 2022 […]

January 6, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: deliver, GreaterGood, hope, kids, Necessities, Organization, partners, Toys

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Categories: autism

The Christmas season is all about doing things to show others we care and spreading the Christmas cheer. This year, donations from generous supporters have enabled GreaterGood, in collaboration with Greater Good Charities, to spread lots of good Christmas cheer by sending toys and basic needs to children at risk and in need. Photo: Organization […]

October 21, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: change, education, hope, Missouri, move, Officials, training

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Categories: Special needs education

The 20 hours of online training replaces 60 hours previously required for certification as a substitute teacher NS. LOUIS – The Missouri State Board of Education authorized the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) to request the permanent establishment of a pandemic program that dramatically shortened the replacement teacher training program. If approved […]

September 22, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: Atrium, hope, NAAs, Sunlight

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Categories: autism

Many of us have been in the world of autism for a long time. My oldest is almost 27 years old. Many AofA readers have adult children with autism. Even so, we have many younger readers who may still be at the beginning of their journey to help their child. The National Autism Association is […]

GRANGEVILLE – “A child’s education shouldn’t rely on their zip code,” said Luke Mayville of Reclaim Idaho. Mayville met with about 15 volunteers in Grangeville on Friday, September 3rd. He was in the area promoting the Quality Education Act. Reclaim Idaho’s main organizing tactic is electoral initiative. There are currently petitions for this law and […]