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Posted 02/25/2018
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Washington Post
Posted 02/25/2018
14 mass shooting at a South Florida high school that left 17 people dead. Student survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland have become vocal about pushing state and federal lawmakers - as well as Trump - to take ...
Virginian-Pilot
Posted 02/25/2018
Shaw is charged with second-degree murder, accused of gunning down an elementary school teacher near Wards Corner on New Year's Eve. But detectives don't believe Caroline Hendrix was the intended target. Instead, a prosecutor said, Shaw was trying to ...
Fairfield Daily Republic
Posted 02/25/2018
Sam Labrecque drove for an hour from the Petaluma area in hopes of landing a teaching position here in Solano County. Labrecque graduated from Sonoma State University with a bachelor's degree in 2016 and just finished his multiple-subject certification ...
Martinsburg Journal
Posted 02/25/2018
We as teachers, because we can, we can walk the line because we're a union. I hope the public sees this is not just for the teachers, but for all public employees. We're doing this for correction officers, for DHHR officers, for police officers," Bird ...
Martins Ferry Times Leader
Posted 02/25/2018
T-L Photo/DYLAN McKENZIE Bellaire Middle School teacher Ellen Johnson and Derrick McAfee stand with members of the class of 1965, who presented McAfee with a check to help some students go on an upcoming class trip to Washington, D.C. From left are ...
Martinsburg Journal
Posted 02/24/2018
My oldest son is about to get a job with the Division of Highways, and my youngest son is looking forward to getting a job from the state. My whole family will actually be state employees." Teachers and supporters continued to follow the directions of ...
Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Posted 02/24/2018
KAREN VIBERT-KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette Retired Stevens Elementary School teacher Kathleen Stiber speaks from the heart about keeping school students safe during a news conference in Williamsport Mayor Gabriel J. Campana's office, when he announced an ...
The Courier-Journal
Posted 02/23/2018
Vickie Yates Brown Glisson, Gov. Matt Bevin's former top health and human services official, won't get the $200,000-a-year teaching job she had negotiated with the University of Louisville after all. Late Friday, the top academic official at U of L ...