Brownsville voters took another look at some of the candidates in hopes of representing them on the city commission on Tuesday night. Frontera Progressives hosted its second Candidate Forum with candidates and incumbent for the At-Large B position and District 3 races in Brownsville. The forum focused on questions similar
How does an online community, dominated by privileged parents, discuss their local school system? In a new report titled “We All Want the Best for Our Kids: Discussing DC Public School Options in an Online Forum,” Brookings researchers examined thousands of forum posts. DC Urban Moms School Discussion to find
For the UN Secretary-General, the benefits of making cities more environmentally friendly are “huge”, and include reduced climate risks, more jobs, as well as better health and well-being. to be. “The city’s leadership in the use of green materials and the construction of energy efficient and resilient buildings powered by
The landscape may be changing, but COVID-19 still dominates long-term care. During the 10 McKnight Online forum April 1 McKnight Long Term Care News and McKnight Seniors Residence will offer strategies that help providers thrive despite current challenges. Three free webinars, approved by CE, will cover topics ranging from the
Panel of WCSU Professors on Webex to Discuss the Use of Data in Police and Law Enforcement Policy DANBURY, CONN. – The West Connecticut State University Provost’s Office will host a Scholars in Action program presented via Webex on Tuesday, April 6, featuring four faculty members from the Division of
Student mental health was already on the minds of educators, but the need for vigilance has grown during the COVID-19 pandemic, experts say. Risk factors such as disconnecting with friends, decreased activities and the loss of a loved one to COVID can have a severe negative impact on students, especially
Starting Monday, February 22, Times-Delta and Tulare County Voices, a community group, will host a series of virtual community forums on systemic racism in Tulare County. Our first forum will focus on how systemic racism affects people of color sociologically, psychologically and spiritually in Tulare County. The forum, which will
A poster of the KAIST summit (official KAIST website) The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea’s leading science and technology university, will launch an online forum with three other renowned universities, exploring ways to gain competitive advantage in the industrial sector in the era of COVID -19.
– The Paso Robles Education Alliance (PREA) hosted a virtual Zoom discussion forum on September 30 for applicants for open positions on the Paso Robles Joint Unified School District Board of Trustees. There are four positions to fill this year and around ten candidates. Eleven candidates participated in the forum.