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With COVID-19 vaccines working and restrictions lifted across the country, it’s finally time for those now vaccinated who were crouched at home to ditch the sweatpants and reappear from their Netflix caves. But your brain may not be so eager to jump back into your old social life. Social distancing measures have been shown to …

The Central Kitsap school board will look different in 2022, with District 1 incumbent Bruce Richards not seeking re-election this fall. Candidates Denise Tracy, Sherese Hegwood and Paige Jarquin face a primary election on August 3 as voters seek to replace Richards, who joined the Central Kitsap board in 2002 and is currently its chairman. …

KENTWOOD, MI – Three candidates, including the incumbent, are vying to represent the eastern half of Kentwood. Candidates will compete in the August 3 primary for one of two Kentwood Town Commission seats representing the second ward. The candidates running to represent the Second Ward on August 3 are Tom McKelvey, Jessica Ann Tyson and …

Steve Romenesko studied while at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, where he says he had no one to talk to about college life with a disability. In his new role as an advisor to the Student Support Services for Students with Disabilities program in St. Olaf, he says, “I am becoming that person for our students! …

Completion of the Galapagos ulcerative colitis phase II trial increased the phase transition success rate (PTSR) score of the inhibitor SIK2 / SIK3 GLPG-3970 to 38% as of July 2. PTSR is the probability, expressed as a percentage, that a drug will successfully pass from one stage of development to the next. The status of …

ABS-CBN News Posted at 06 Jul 2021 10:42 MANILA – The Philippines is experiencing a learning crisis because the government is not spending enough on education, an advocacy group said on Tuesday. “We are simply not investing enough in education in terms of per capita spending for each student,” Philippine Business For Education executive director …

MOLINE, IL – After three years of steady growth, the Quad Cities Yoga Foundation, founded by alumni of Western Illinois University’s School of Education, seeks to expand their professional development and classroom yoga services in the Quad Cities for those who would benefit from yoga and need these services, such as those coming out of …

A total of 3,200 principals from public and government-funded primary schools will attend a one-year Continuing Professional Development (CPD) course to be held at the teacher training college (TTC) closest to their district. The training will be delivered as part of the partnership between the Ministry of Education, the Council of Basic Education of Rwanda, …

PITTSBURG, Kan. – Isabella Earp is a student at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Overland Park, but two days a week she makes the four-hour round trip to Pittsburg for a unique educational opportunity that offers a chance to help find a new clean and renewable energy sources. Along with seven other high school …

President Beck A. Taylor officially began his term as the 19th President of Samford University on July 1, which marked his first day in office. Accompanied by his wife, Legacy League Executive Director Julie A. Taylor, he began the day with a morning prayer service at Hodges Chapel where he provided the blessing. “Words cannot …