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College of Education Now Prepares Teachers in the Science of Reading

College of Education Now Prepares Teachers in the Science of Reading

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– [Teacher] C-H says? – [Class] Ch. – [Teacher] And W-H says? – [Class] Wha. – It was hard for me when I realized I had failed children. I mean it was hard. – I have a master’s degree in reading, and have a reading specialist endorsement for grades K through 12. But I was […]

Teacher Education Program

Teacher Education Program

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My name is Jenna Haake. I just graduated with my masters from Boston College in moderate special needs. This past year, I spent my time as an intern at the Countryside School in Newton working in a classroom that was one-third population special ed students, two-thirds general ed students. I was the type of person […]

Aeronautics Maintenance Technology at Honolulu Community College

Aeronautics Maintenance Technology at Honolulu Community College

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My name is Jamie Thompson, I’m 24 years old I graduated from St. Bonaventure High School in Ventura, California in 2004 and I’m here at HCC studying their Aeronautics Maintenance Technician program. I chose Honolulu Community College mainly for the fact that this is the only school in the state that offers the Aeronautrics Maintenance […]

Dartmouth College in the Ivy League Context – Insight from an Educational Consultant and Alumnus

Dartmouth College in the Ivy League Context – Insight from an Educational Consultant and Alumnus

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Hi, I’m mark Montgomery here with some great college advice. Today we’re going to talk about Dartmouth College. There are probably at least three things you need to know about Dartmouth College, and maybe that’s prefaced by first the fact that I went there. So, I know a lot about the school, both good and […]

Rural Education in the United States

Rural Education in the United States

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Public schools can be classified as city, suburban, town, or rural depending on their location. Each of these locales has unique characteristics. In the 2010-11 school year, there were 49,000,000 public school students. Twenty-four percent of them, or 12 million students, attended rural schools. Thirty-two percent of public schools were classified as rural that year. […]

Education in Wales is changing (Saesneg/English)

Education in Wales is changing (Saesneg/English)

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The cottages and houses The villages and towns The streets and the communities This is our common ground Here every hour’s an inspiration Every day’s a legacy Every life finds its foundation Where we learn who we could be School Where Wales was made Where Grand Slam winners learned to play Where Welsh artists, singers, […]

Inside Education S20 E9 | Special Inside Education Holiday Shows Promo 1

Inside Education S20 E9 | Special Inside Education Holiday Shows Promo 1

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♪♪♪‘Tis the season for special holidayepisodes of Inside Education.Celebrate student talent by tuning inthis Thursday at 7:30 p.m.We’ll help get you in the holiday spirit.♪♪♪

Tony Wagner: “Change Leadership: Transforming Education for the 21st Century” | Talks at Google

Tony Wagner: “Change Leadership: Transforming Education for the 21st Century” | Talks at Google

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>>Female Presenter: It’s my privilege today to introduce Tony Wagner. Who I consider to be one of the most innovative and forward thinking thought leaders in education today. I could read his long list of accomplishments. His work at Harvard. His work as a teacher. And as as principal. But you could read that all […]

Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans

Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans

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Javier Garcia: Good afternoon. My name is Javier Garcia. I’m a seventh grade student at Stell Middle School in Brownsville, Texas. Brownsville is becoming famous because its producing mainly high number of chess champions, including me. It was my kindergarten teacher, Ms. Medranna (sic), that said I should take up chess. She is one of […]

LGR – Cities: Skylines Campus Review

LGR – Cities: Skylines Campus Review

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[jazzy music] [floppy drive sound] – [LGR] Greetings and welcome to another LGR “Cities: Skylines” pack review thing! And this time around, it’s Campus, the eighth expansion pack for “Cities: Skylines!” And despite when I’m uploading this, it was, in fact, released back on May 21st, 2019, for the PC version of the game, at […]