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The Senate’s final confirmation vote on the education nominee is expected early next week.
In new tests after experts raised concerns, New York has found many more water outlets with significant levels of the metal than it did last year.
If confirmed as education secretary, Betsy DeVos would have far less executive firepower than some of her predecessors due in large part to ESSA’s restrictions on the secretary’s role.
Travel ban for seven majority-Muslim countries and uncertain fate for undocumented DREAMers is stoking fears for immigrant students.
The students were fine with the topic. Some adults, most from out of town, were not.
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NCSS invites proposals to present a session and volunteers to review proposals for selection by the program planning committe
Margaret Mead, cultural anthropologist
His movement seems to be gaining momentum.