Education News Archive - September 07, 2008
Staff at Derby's newest secondary school are confident that pupils will be back in lessons during the week beginning September 15. Initially, it was thought that they would be able to begin induction sessions at the new pounds19m Sinfin Community School from next Thursday.
Excited students have returned for the first day at school in new buildings - a pounds37 million hi-tech supercampus. The first pupils at Sir John Hunt Community Sports College came back for class yesterday.
Harry Gates of Eggbuckland writes: "I was interested to see the recent pieces on Widey School". "I first became aware of the school through an advertisement in the Times Educational Supplement; the local authority evidently wanted to appoint a teacher of geography at the school.
By Caroline An PASADENA - The school year is just three days old, but Merian Stewart knows that Washington Middle School has to deliver this semester.
Willenberg Special Education Center in San Pedro will hold two meetings to elect officers for its three school councils. On Sept.
By Airan Scruby PICO RIVERA - As the school year commences, nearly 1,300 students are beginning on an unfamiliar campus.
By Behn, Bruce K Carnes, Gregory A; Krull, George W Jr; Stocks, Kevin D; Reckers, Philip M J INTRODUCTION Over the past few years the profession has witnessed a visible decline in the number of students graduating from U.S. accounting doctoral programs. A review of the accounting Ph.D.
By Greenberg, Michael R Gotsch, Audrey; Rhoads, George; Schneider, Dona Drawing from New Jersey's successful efforts and from other less successful efforts, we offer lessons learned for those who will consider a multiuniversity and multicampus program or school of public health.
By Leach, David C I address the potential impact of the Association of Schools of Public Health's development of a competency model for the graduate Master of Public Health.
By Milliron, Valerie C ABSTRACT: The values that younger (Millennial) versus older (non- Millennial) students express in choosing a class are contrasted with the skills and attitudes they need to compete.
- In Roman antiquity, the return of a person who had been banished, or taken prisoner by an enemy, to his old condition and former privileges.
- In international law, that right by virtue of which persons and things taken by an enemy in war are restored to their former status when coming again under the power of the nation to which they belonged.