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6 coastal bathroom ideas – for a serene, clean, and calming scheme that doesn’t look kitsch

6 coastal bathroom ideas – for a serene, clean, and calming scheme that doesn’t look kitsch

Three examples of coastal bathroom ideas. Blue and white bathroom with double vanity. Colorful yellow and green bathroom with patterned walls. Serene neutral bathroom with large windows looking outdoors. It’s fair to say, a coastal theme is probably one of the most popular decorating styles to embrace in a bathroom. Soft, soothing, and connecting us to the calming and restorative qualities of being surrounded by the sea and sand, coastal decor ideas will always prove to be an utterly timeless…

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School uniform consultation – The Additional Support Needs Blog

School uniform consultation – The Additional Support Needs Blog

Recently, the Scottish Government issued a consultation on national school uniform guidance that they are planning to issue. The main stated aims of the new guidance will be to reduce costs for families, and to comply with equal obligations. The guidance is to apply to all schools in Scotland, whether local authority schools, independent schools, or grant-aided schools. For a consultation document, it already has some very clear ideas about what the proposed guidance will, and will not contain. So,…

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Homarus Centre combines education and lobsters

Homarus Centre combines education and lobsters

MONCTON – Inside the walls of the Homarus Centre in Shediac, N.B., there may be a little bit of everything, but the star is the entire centre is lobsters. The goal is to bring the Northumberland Strait ecosystem to life in a new way and in a way that puts education at the forefront, according to director Pierre Dupuis. “Here in the centre, you’re going to learn a lot about the lifecycle of the lobster,” he said….

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Texas leads to this important change to match college education, workforce needs

Texas leads to this important change to match college education, workforce needs

Texas is now the largest state in the country to tie a majority of state funding for community colleges to student achievement, rather than attendance, as the result of a law enacted this year. House Bill 8, which comes 12 years after Texas first adopted outcomes-based funding for colleges and technical schools, significantly expands on this innovative approach that prioritizes student success and expands our educated workforce. Across the United States, most public colleges are financed by state funding based…

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Many students will be ‘losing out of a high school education’ if Ontario proceeds with the apprenticeship plan: People for Education

Many students will be ‘losing out of a high school education’ if Ontario proceeds with the apprenticeship plan: People for Education

An education advocacy group is speaking out against the province’s proposed plan to allow Grade 11 students to leave high school to join an apprenticeship program full time. Earlier this year, the province announced that it intends to permit students to drop out of their final two years of high school to pursue an apprenticeship program in the skilled trades. On Wednesday, People for Education released a report highlighting concerns with the change. “The plan, if implemented, would make Ontario…

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Teachers get summers off. Teachers college students? Not at Western U

Teachers get summers off. Teachers college students? Not at Western U

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Western University’s faculty of education is speeding up and modifying the process to become a certified teacher amid what officials are calling a critical shortage in classrooms provincewide. Published June 12, 2023 • Last updated 3 days ago • 2 minute read (Free Press file photo) Article content Western University’s faculty of education is speeding up and modifying the process to become a certified teacher amid what officials are calling a critical shortage in…

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Sask. government pledges $40M top-up for education budget

Sask. government pledges $40M top-up for education budget

A month after Premier Scott Moe said more money was on the way for school divisions, Saskatchewan’s education minister announced a $40 million top-up. Dustin Duncan shared the news during a media conference in Saskatoon at Bishop Filevich Ukrainian Bilingual School. “The government of Saskatchewan has funded enrollment increases in the past and I want to assure you that we will continue to increase enrollment funds to support our growing and diverse province,” Duncan said. Duncan pledged $20 million for…

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CBE to hire hundreds of new teachers, support staff

CBE to hire hundreds of new teachers, support staff

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Published May 29, 2023 • Last updated 2 days ago • 5 minute read The Calgary Board of Education headquarters on 8th Street and 12th Avenue SW Brendan Miller/Postmedia file Article content Public school officials are planning to hire 710 school-based staff over the next year as the Calgary Board of Education faces an ongoing surge of new students, many with complex learning needs. Advertisements 2 This advertisement has not been loaded yet, but your…

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Premier Moe says more education dollars likely after the Saskatchewan teachers rally

Premier Moe says more education dollars likely after the Saskatchewan teachers rally

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Politics PMN News Canadian PMNs Author of the article: The Canadian Press Jeremy Simes Published May 01, 2023 • 2 minute read Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe spoke to the media after the Saskatchewan budget was presented in Regina, on Wednesday, March 22, 2023. Heywood Yu photo /The Canadian Press Article content REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says it’s likely the province will provide millions of additional dollars to squeezed classrooms after thousands rally to protest…

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New Brunswick education minister breaks silence on teacher negotiations – New Brunswick

New Brunswick education minister breaks silence on teacher negotiations – New Brunswick

New Brunswick’s education minister Bill Hogan is firing back at the New Brunswick Teacher’s Federation over claims that they are being “squeezed” by the government. Hogan used part of his opening speech at the legislature’s estimates committee to address teacher wages, saying the salaries for the province’s teachers measure up favorably against their Atlantic counterparts. “Our teachers are currently compensated better than their counterparts in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland,” he said. Hogan said that the $82,296 salary in New Brunswick…

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