EL CENTRO – Laura Dubbe, superintendent of the McCabe Union Elementary School District in rural El Centro, will ride the Rotary International float during the 133rd Rose Parade on Saturday January 1, thanks to the fundraising efforts of the Rotary Club of El Centro, according to to a press release. Dubbe will be one of …

The pandemic has got everyone talking about e-learning. It has been a while, but people are only now realizing the opportunities, and not just for children. Karthikeyan D, a mechanical engineer who passed out in 2019, wanted to move on to a better paying job. He learned coding and data analysis through a six-month online …

After a recent increase in COVID-19 cases, the American Athletic Conference revised its withdrawal policy for championship games this season in a statement released on Monday. Originally, all AAC teams that failed to field a team suffered a forfeit loss instead of a “no contest”. Now, teams will have the option to reschedule these postponed …

Online: Claire Leigh, Director of Global Policy, Advocacy and Research, Save the Children UK. People around the world are hoping that the bells ringing in 2022 will herald the start of a better era after two years of a global pandemic that has decimated economies, strained health systems to their limits and increasingly shaping politics. …

Hear from CIOs, CTOs, and other senior executives and leaders on data and AI strategies at the Future of Work Summit on January 12, 2022. Learn more This article was written by Nohar Zmora, VP Brand Marketing, Kaltura When COVID-19 first emerged, many expected the shift to online-only events to be temporary. Two years later, …

Changes to COVID-19 Hospital Swab Procedure for Staff and Visitors Details Written by Vox Editor Category: Local Posted: 25 December 2021 GHA’s COVID-19 operational status has been raised to orange, with the operational threat level increased to moderate. This should not have a significant operational impact for patients. Outpatient activities and priority and urgent surgeries, …

By Greg Childress NC policy monitoring At 90, Dr. Dudley Flood, an educational pioneer who helped North Carolina public schools integrate, easily remembers attending an all-black high school. That was over 75 years ago in Little Winton, a town of less than 800 people in Hertford County. Dr Dudley Flood “There was a microscope in …

School districts in the region continue to modify and refine their responses to covid-19, including the Indiana area, where Superintendent Michael Vuckovich announced changes that will take effect when students return on January 3.e. Vuckovich writes in a long public letter that there will be no change for symptomatic or non-school exposure to covid, but …