By JENEEN INTERLANDI SEPT. 5, 2018 What happens to teachers who are forced to act as first responders? The Education Issue Can Good Teaching Be Taught? Arizona Lawmakers Cut Education Budgets. Then Teachers Got Angry. What Teachers Are Doing to Pay Their Bills A Teacher Made a Hitler Joke in the Classroom. It Tore the School Apart. Teaching in the Age of School Shootings Teaching in the Age of School Shootings By JENEEN INTERLANDI SEPT. 5, 2018 On Jan. 23, three weeks into the spring semester, a 15-year-old sophomore named Gabe Parker brought his stepfather’s 9-millimeter Ruger handgun to Marshall County High School in Western Kentucky, opened fire on the more than 600 students who were milling about the main common area waiting for the morning bell to ring, then dropped his weapon near the auditorium and disappeared into the chaos he had created. Teachers were the first responders. Before police officers and medics arrived, … [Read more...] about Teaching in the Age of School Shootings
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I HAVE LOST my adolescent expertise in the names and models of Detroit-born postwar cars. Our “Then” photo displays a Jacobean-style brick, terra-cotta tile and concrete beauty rising above five somewhat-gaudy motorcars, the latest of which, I am told, is a 1958 Plymouth. All are parked near the now-vanished intersection of Atlantic Street and 24th Avenue South. This is — or rather, was — the Charles Colman School. (Last week, we featured a Marion Street scene showing another family namesake, the Colman Building, soon after its completion in 1905.) This is one of the surviving schools designed and built by James Stephen, the official and prolific architect for Seattle Public Schools in the early 20th century. The Canadian arrived in Seattle at its most opportunistic time for an architect/builder, after the city’s Great Fire of June 6, 1889, had destroyed more than 30 city blocks. Authorized in 1909, the 17-room, three-story Colman Primary School opened in … [Read more...] about Colman School survives and thrives as the Northwest African American Museum
FILE -- (AP Photo/The Denver Post, AAron Ontiveroz) On this Independence Day, I feel compelled to share what I have seen and experienced of the risk and everyday sacrifice made by our military service members, our intelligence community and our law enforcement officers who keep us independent. These brave men and women protect us from enemies outside our borders and protect us from those who slip inside. And I think back to the first time I rolled onto final approach to land on an aircraft carrier alone in a Navy jet at 160 mph. I had just turned 25. It was an immense responsibility. I saw how tiny the ship looked and the even tinier landing area, along with the massive wake and the menacing stern of the aircraft carrier that would kill me if I got just a smidge too low. “This is by far the stupidest thing I’ve ever done,” I remember thinking momentarily, and then immediately pushed that thought out of my mind. My brain and body kept flying the … [Read more...] about Lea Gabrielle: Remember the brave Americans who protect us on this Fourth of July — Be thankful for them
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Arizona Summit aimed to redefine law school through diversity. What went wrong? Arizona Summit Law School went from having the state's highest bar passage rate to the lowest. Here's what the school is doing to fix it. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Register your digital access. Anne Ryman, The Republic | azcentral.com Published 5:30 a.m. MT May 16, 2018 Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Arizona Summit 2018 Fullscreen Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Students listen to a lecture in a Secured … [Read more...] about Arizona Summit aimed to redefine law school through diversity. What went wrong?
Trade tensions between the United States and China have been escalating ever since President Trump initiated protectionist policies against Asian superpower.Both companies also have been under scrutiny by USA lawmakers over cybersecurity concerns. Still, another setback in the U.S. market could cause Huawei to throw in the towel and concentrate on other regions.The world's largest economy may be important for Huawei for a different reason: hardware components and software.It's somewhat uncertain as to whether Huawei has actually supplied anything to Iran.Shares in display maker BOE Technology slumped as much as 6 percent on Monday, even after the firm said it had not received any official information regarding US sanctions in response to rumors in the market that it would be targeted. Giants such as San Diego chip maker Qualcomm Inc. and niche. January started with the news that the USA government had intervened to kill deals that Huawei was making with Verizon and AT&T, which … [Read more...] about In ZTE Battle, US Suppliers Are Collateral Damage