Watch the forum replay in the player above. COLUMBIA, Missouri (KMIZ.) The four nominees from the Jefferson City School Board of Education shared their thoughts and discussed several topics at a nominee forum hosted by the News Tribune. The forum included Adam Gresham, Marc Ellinger, Anne Bloemke-Warren and Erika Leonard.
Keith Koyano and Helen Tran The South Bay Civic Breakfast Club and AAPI Empowerment will host a Zoom event, “AAPI Candidates 2022,” on Monday, February 28 at 7:30 p.m. Free and open to the public. Registration is mandatory. Confirmed candidates and the positions for which they are applying: Jay Chen,
CHARLESTON, W. Va. – County school boards would have the option of allowing teachers to serve as armed school protective officers in a bill passed Thursday night by the House Education Committee. Committee members discussed HB 2364 for more than 4 hours in two different sessions before approving the bill
Forty Campbell River educators gathered at libraries and learning centers this school year to discuss better ways to introduce issues of racism and prejudice to their students. The Anti-Racism Learning Group was started by Rachel Friedrich, Gillian Kirke and a group of educators from École Phoenix Middle School in September.
Concerns over a proposal to decriminalize small amounts of marijuana and downtown fast-food projects took up much of Tuesday’s Indiana borough council meeting. Heartland Restaurant Group LLC, based in the Pittsburgh suburb of Forest Hills, owns the Dunkin’ Donuts franchise at 1669 Oakland Ave., White Township. He is planning another
CATLETTSBOURG If there’s one word to sum up Tuesday’s Boyd County Tax Court meeting, it’s “TIF.” In fact, it’s three words — Tax Increment Financing. The majority of Tuesday’s meeting turned into a briefing on how the TIF District works, in anticipation of a proposed designation to the Camp Landing
A Rhinelander high school teacher and students are among the strongest supporters of a state bill requiring more financial literacy education. Several state organizations say it’s a good cause, but the mandate would be too difficult for many local schools to implement. Last week, three students from Rhinelander High School
A judge has granted seven Virginia school districts restraining orders against Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s ban on mask mandates. A judge has granted seven Virginia school districts restraining orders against Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s ban on mask mandates. Arlington County Circuit Court Judge Louise DiMatteo issued a temporary restraining order against Youngkin’s
The Little Rock School District’s online community forum on proposals to close, combine and repurpose multiple school campuses will continue tonight on the district’s Youtube channel, LRSDlive.com. The session, scheduled for 6-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 3, is the third in an ongoing series of virtual and in-person forums hosted
On Wednesday, January 19, delegates from the Wisconsin Association of School Boards (WASB) considered leaving the National School Board Association (NSBA). In the end, the delegates decided to leave the decision to its board of directors. In the meantime, the WASB will continue to be a member of the NSBA.
MOSES LAKE – Candidates for Moses Lake City Council, Moses Lake School Board, Hospital District 1 and the Moses Lake Harbor Overseeing Commission discussed in an online forum on Monday to properly manage local growth and resume a some degree of local control over Olympia. âWe, as a city, need
The five candidates vying for two seats on the Talawanda Education Council expressed concerns about critical race theory, COVID-19 policies, school finances and more at a virtual candidates night, co-sponsored by the Oxford Observer and the League of Women Voters – Oxford, Wednesday evening. The forum was moderated by journalist
Tulare County Voices at 210, a monthly public forum sponsored by the Visalia Times-Delta and the First Presbyterian Church, will focus on redistribution and why it matters. Originally, the forum was supposed to be in person, but due to the still high COVID-19 measurements in Tulare County, it has been
– 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.
Eight of the nine candidates vying for seats on the Visalia Unified School District board of directors struggled to stand out in an online forum Wednesday night. The candidates shared their views on everything from the district’s response to the coronavirus pandemic to how the council should operate amid the
Four are running for two seats on Burnsville City Council Redevelopment, taxes, landfills and a brand new hole in the city’s upcoming budget were among the topics discussed Monday at a Burnsville City Council Candidates Forum. Three-term holders Dan Kealey, Jim Bradrick, Ryan Fagan and Vince Workman are running for