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A University of, by and for the People

Waded Cruzado, the president of M.S.U., graduated from the land-grant college in her native Puerto Rico. For her inauguration in 2010, M.S.U. satisfied the National Archives to ship the authentic copy of the Morrill Act with Lincoln’s signature to Montana so the college and college students may genuflect earlier than …

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Months of Searching Still Hasn’t Found New Schools Chancellor

Dr. Jenkins didn’t reply to an e-mail and a cellphone name. Another candidate who has been thought of, MaryEllen Elia, is the New York State training commissioner, and could be a extra conservative alternative. Ms. Elia, 69, a former superintendent of colleges in Florida’s Hillsborough County, which incorporates Tampa, has …

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A Mister Rogers Postage Stamp Is Coming to Your Neighborhood

William J. Gicker Jr., the supervisor of stamp growth on the Postal Service, mentioned the “warm and engaging” manner Mr. Rogers communicated made him an applicable alternative. “There are certain things you can’t do electronically,” he mentioned in an interview. “If someone has done a kindness, a personal note is …

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Berklee College Expands Online, to Graduate Degrees

Photo The Berklee College of Music is increasing its on-line diploma choices. Credit Berklee Online Berklee College of Music, already the world’s largest supplier of on-line music levels, will add graduate applications to its digital choices this fall. It will start with a grasp of music in music manufacturing and …

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Word of the Day + Quiz | parsimony

By The Learning Network September 16, 2016 2:02 amSeptember 16, 2016 2:02 am parsimony • ˈpär-sə-ˌmō-nē • noun 1. excessive stinginess2. excessive care in spending cash; reluctance to spend cash unnecessarily The phrase parsimony has appeared in three New York Times articles in the previous yr, together with on Sept. …

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Picture Prompt | Speech Bubble

By Katherine Schulten September 16, 2016 four:14 amSeptember 16, 2016 four:14 am Photo Credit Margaret Riegel This is an illustration that went with a current Education Life article in The Times. What do you assume this picture is saying? How does it relate to current information occasions? What do you …

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