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Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing | SUNY Empire State College

Latest Job Postings - Fri, 02/06/2015 - 9:48am
US - NY - Saratoga Springs, The Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing (VPEMM) is responsible for the vision and strategic direction for Empire State College’s marketing, communications, recruitment, and r
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The Learning Network: Teenagers in The Times | January 2015

Education News from NY Times - Fri, 02/06/2015 - 9:13am
We present the January edition of Teenagers in the Times, a feature that presents almost everything published in The Times about young people during that month.






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Lecturers for Sociology/ History | Holy Names University

Latest Job Postings - Fri, 02/06/2015 - 9:07am
US - CA - Oakland, Lecturers for Sociology/HistoryHoly Names University DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCESANNOUNCEMENT: PART-TIME POSITIONSFOR SPRING 2015: Term 4POSITION AND DUTIESHoly Names University in Oakland, CA is seek
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Onoing Lecturer Pool in Social Justice and Community | University of California Santa Cruz

Latest Job Postings - Fri, 02/06/2015 - 9:04am
US - CA - Santa Cruz, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA CRUZCOLLEGE TENOnoing Lecturer Pool in Social Justice and CommunityCollege Ten at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) invites applications for the position
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The Learning Network: How Should the Media, and the Public at Large, Respond to the News About Bruce Jenner?

Education News from NY Times - Fri, 02/06/2015 - 8:39am
This week, the Style section and the Op-Ed columnist Nicholas Kristof raise questions about how we should react to widespread reports that Bruce Jenner is transitioning from male to female. Have you followed this news and noticed the way it has been covered in the news media? What has been your reaction?






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At-risk funding in the District: A school-by-school breakdown

Education News from Washington Post - Fri, 02/06/2015 - 7:00am
The D.C. Council approved more than $40 million last year to meet the needs of students who are considered at-risk in D.C. Public Schools.Some 40 percent of the city’s public school students are considered “at risk,” according to a new category being used in the District. That includes students who are in foster care or homeless, who are receiving welfare benefits or food stamps, or who are performing at least a year behind in high school. The extra funding — $2,079 per eligible student — is supposed to help schools mitigate the effects of poverty that can interfere with a student’s ability to learn.Read full article >>






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