The Delhi High Court Friday asked the AAP government and the police to respond to a plea for ensuring security at board exam centres in northeast Delhi where violence over the amended citizenship law has left 39 people dead and scored injured. … [Read more...] about ‘Ensure security at CBSE Board exam centres in violence- hit areas,’ Delhi HC asks AAP govt
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Bordelon said a new centralized site to house the bus fleet will save a lot of time now wasted by shuttling buses back and forth from their storage area to the maintenance shop. He said it would also make breakdowns that occur during the busy school day more manageable. … [Read more...] about Lafayette school board approves purchase of Camping World site to house, maintain buses
The Abilis and Special Education Legal Fund Workshop series focuses on helping families whose children are struggling in school, who are concerned about their child's behavior or about problems the student is experiencing at school. If your child is having difficulty in school, whether it is academic, behavioral or social, he or she may be eligible for special services and accommodations. Learn about a student's rights and how to best help your child succeed. … [Read more...] about Abilis & Special Education Legal Fund Offer Workshop Series
The group argued that the advert lacked merit and sincerity, noting that “by NCCE and National Board for Technical Education, NBTE, regulations for the post of a Provost/Rector, the applicant must be below 60 years of age at the point of application. … [Read more...] about Mosogar stakeholders fault college of education’s advert for provost
Fundraising is a small portion of the total school funding picture — after all, the best estimate of $380 million is less than 1 per cent of the $43.7 billion spent on funding public schools in the same year — so this may be why it slips under the radar. … [Read more...] about Volunteer fundraising helps prop up public school education, but should it?