On the National Latin Exam, prizes were awarded to seventh graders Aoife Flanagan of Ridgefield, Ambika Nott, Kieran Mohindra-Green and Sydney Young of New Canaan; eighth graders Julia Cooper of New Canaan, Katey Charnin of Darien, and Elsa Franks and Izzy Goldberg of Stamford, and ninth grader Abby O'Brien of Stamford. … [Read more...] about Wilton’s Annika Mannix Earns Bronze Medal on National French Exam
The suit alleges that this violated the Americans With Disabilities Act for students with special accommodations. For example, if a student required a quiet testing space and has a legal accommodation, having to take a test at home might not meet that requirement. … [Read more...] about Test Takers File Suit Over Failed Online Exams
Petit Lion: Chef Phillip Lopez of the foodie favorite Root and Square Root restaurants is behind this Paris-flavored bistro at The Troubadour. His menu includes smoked trout rillettes; salad Lyonnaise with bacon lardons and poached egg; moules frites in Indian-spice-flavored coconut milk; crab-stuffed deviled eggs with smoked caviar; and roasted sea bass with sauce Americaine and rouille. Lopez also presides over the rooftop Monkey Board bar, where guests can dine on casual lobster dogs and fried chicken sandwiches washed down with frozen drinks and large-format cocktails meant for sharing. 1111 Gravier, 504-518-5500; petitlionnola.com … [Read more...] about New places to sleep, dine, drink and explore in New Orleans
Even so, small business owners, lawmakers, and policy experts are scratching their heads as to how such a potentially valuable lifeline seemed to be cut adrift. “EIDL has been left behind,” said Jared Bernstein, a fellow at the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities think tank and a former top economic adviser in the Barack Obama White House. “The problem with the PPP is it’s overly focused on payrolls, whereas a lot of businesses are facing shutdown due to fixed costs such as rent, outstanding loans, and restocking inventory on the other side of the crisis.” … [Read more...] about Five Million People Need This Lifeline. But It’s Gone Broke.
"Our recognition comes from the number of people who attend our games," Hegerberg explains. "That was a really good trend before this crisis. It was one of the main goals, to get people to games, to draw more attention to women's football week in, week out. But being in a situation like this, it stops that good trend. We have to deal with [that] and keep pushing in order not to lose that positive development." … [Read more...] about As a female footballer it’s ‘impossible to not be standing for equality,’ says Ada Hegerberg