Education

June 8, 2021

5 Tips for Writing a Stellar Finance College Paper

(STL.News) As you undertake a finance course, you hope to graduate successfully and secure a decent employment opportunity.  The professor explains different financial concepts to you.  If you aren’t attentive, you may not attain the level of competence that you expect.  Therefore, you should focus and ask questions where you...

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April 30, 2021

Ways to Get Undergraduate Scholarships in 2021

(STL.News) It is not a secret that many high-school students cannot afford a dream college for various reasons.  In most cases, it is somehow connected with the lack of money, so young people treat a scholarship like a holy grail and a successful lottery ticket that can help them get...

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April 27, 2021

Florida: 2021 Black History Month Student & Teacher Contest Winners

Tallahassee, Fla. – Today, First Lady Casey DeSantis announced this year’s Black History Month student contest winners and Excellence in Education Award recipients.  Black History Month is celebrated every year in Florida during the month of February and this year’s contest theme was “Community Champions – Celebrating the Contributions of...

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April 20, 2021

Arizona Governor Acts On COVID-19 Measures In Schools

PHOENIX, AZ (STL.News) In alignment with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance, Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Health Services today rescinded orders that direct K-12 schools to require masks. “Nearly 2 million Arizonans are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, with many teachers and school faculty now fully vaccinated after...

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April 16, 2021

How to Choose a Laptop for Study

(STL.News) Nowadays, every student needs a computer to study. And no, a desktop or laptop PC is not just a pleasant bonus for someone’s inventory like it used to be even a decade ago.  It is a necessary, critically important piece of equipment. The COVID-19 pandemic made a huge impact...

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April 12, 2021

Connecticut: Learner Engagement and Attendance Program

HARTFORD, CT (STL.News) Governor Ned Lamont today announced that his administration is launching a new state program aimed at engaging with K-12 students who struggled with absenteeism and disengagement during the 2020-21 school year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The initiative, known as the Learner Engagement and Attendance Program (LEAP), will...

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April 5, 2021

How to Increase Your Productivity Studying Online

(STL.News) In recent years, the global epidemiological situation made the whole world go online wherever it was possible.  As a result, it became even more usual for students to check essay writing service reviews, complete academic assignments, and look for learning materials online.  Total digitalization made everyone learn how to...

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March 23, 2021

Alabama Governor Ivey: 34 New Classrooms Funded by Pre-K

Governor Ivey Announces 34 New Classrooms Funded by Pre-K through 3rd Grade Integrated Approach to Early Learning MONTGOMERY, AL (STL.News) Alabama Governor Kay Ivey  and the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education on Tuesday announced that 34 new classrooms will be funded through the Pre-K through 3rd Grade Integrated Approach to Early Learning...

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March 18, 2021

Virginia Governor: Plan for In-Person Graduations & Commencements

Governor Northam Announces Draft Plan for Safe In-Person Graduations and Commencements Governor, state officials visit schools across the Commonwealth to highlight safe return to classroom instruction RICHMOND, VA (STL.News) Governor Ralph Northam released preliminary guidance for how K-12 schools, as well as colleges and universities, may safely hold in-person graduation and commencement events...

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February 26, 2021

Maryland Governor Highlight School Reopenings

Governor Hogan, State Superintendent Highlight School Reopenings With Visit to Easton Elementary School ANNAPOLIS, MD (STL.News) Governor Larry Hogan today joined State Superintendent Karen B. Salmon, Ph.D. for a visit to Easton Elementary School in Talbot County.  With funding, guidance, and support from the Maryland State Department of Education and the Maryland...

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February 25, 2021

New Jersey Governor Visited Thomas Jefferson Middle School

Governor Murphy and Acting Department of Education Commissioner Allen-McMillan Visit Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Fair Lawn to Discuss Historic Pre-K Through 12 Investments in Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Proposal FY2022 budget would invest $18.1 billion in New Jersey’s public schools Budget would increase K-12 education aid by $578 million...

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February 25, 2021

Orchid Types Explained – A Mesmerizing Flower

(STL.News) Multiple different orchid types grow throughout the world, and they can be confusing if you don’t consider yourself a gardener.  Since they hail from all parts of the world, they have different career requirements and instructions, so it’s essential to check before purchase.  Orchids are divided into three groups:...

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