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How will expanded transitional kindergarten roll out?

Monterey Herald 20 Feb 2021
The budget also includes $50 million toward teacher training and $200 million to build facilities for younger children ... Many teachers believe that transitional kindergarten, which was launched in 2012, is a transformative experience for children ... The state has $50 million earmarked for teacher training.
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Black Doctors COVID-19 Consortium hopes to ‘empower the have-nots’ at Philly’s first 24-hour vaccine clinic

The Philadelphia Tribune 19 Feb 2021
Ala Stanford, founder of the group ... Because the group will be vaccinating people in Phase 1B such as transit workers, teachers, and those with qualifying pre-existing health conditions during the entire time, Stanford hopes that the clinic will be accessible to older Philadelphians and people getting off of work.
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GUEST VIEW: Math learning loss can be fixed

Odessa American 14 Feb 2021
I’ve witnessed this while collaborating with Toyota and the Dallas Independent School District to design the West Dallas STEM School (opening this fall) and while participating in a Networked Improvement Community of Texas universities, dedicated to improving teacher preparation across the state ... Teachers.
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Mapping Stanford: A campus tour of institutional priorities

Stanford Daily 12 Feb 2021
Seeing campus through professor’s Zoom backgrounds does not reveal the priorities communicated by Stanford’s decisions about which buildings to build and where to build them.  ... Stanford has a community of extraordinary teachers and students, a beautiful campus despite its flaws and, if all else fails, a $30 billion endowment.
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Wilhelm: Math learning loss

Times Argus 12 Feb 2021
I’ve witnessed this while collaborating with Toyota and the Dallas Independent School District to design the West Dallas STEM School (opening this fall) and while participating in a Networked Improvement Community of Texas universities, dedicated to improving teacher preparation across the state ... Teachers.
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LIBRARY NEWS: T-Shirt Design Contest Underway

Pagosa Daily Post 11 Feb 2021
We’d love your help in designing a t-shirt for this year’s Summer Reading Program ... This is an all-ages contest. All designs must be original ... Library closure ... Special note ... “Humor, Seriously” by Jennifer Aaker and Naomi Bagdonas, teachers at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, documents how humor can be a valuable secret weapon in business and life.
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As more people become eligible, health officials face complicated vaccine distribution process

Summit Daily 10 Feb 2021
Dr. Kathleen Cowie, chief medical officer at the Summit Community Care Clinic, administers a vaccine to a patient Jan. 8 outside the medical offices building in Frisco ... 8, people 65 and older, teachers and child care workers are eligible to be vaccinated. Photo by Libby Stanford / estanford@summitdaily.com ... Monday, Feb ... • Teachers and child care workers.
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Black History Month: Dr. Mae Jemison

Runnels County Register 08 Feb 2021
Dr. Mae Jemison has accrued many titles over her life, including medical doctor, dance choreographer, actor, and astronaut ... Dr ... Dr ... In 1973, Dr ... Jemison immediately enrolled in Stanford University ... She said that she continued to experience discrimination from her teachers. While at Stanford, Dr ... While at Stanford, Dr ... After graduating from Stanford Dr ... Dr.
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‘Rebel Hearts’ Film Review: Nuns Make a Ruckus in ’60s-Set Documentary

The Wrap 30 Jan 2021
Also Read ... Anita Caspary, a teacher and scholar with a Stanford Ph.D., figured it out right away when she was ordained as a nun and given a new name by her mentor. Sister Humiliata ... I spent 12 years in a couple of his schools), and he viewed nuns as ready-made teachers who wouldn’t require salaries ... Also Read. 'Summer of Soul' Film Review.
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What happens to children who missed kindergarten during COVID-19 crisis?

Santa Cruz Sentinel 28 Jan 2021
First grade is now more like what second grade used to be,” said Paula Merrigan, a transitional kindergarten teacher ... It’s always been up to teachers, they say, to help all children find their footing ... It will make it harder, but it’s not impossible,” said Deborah Stipek, an early childhood expert at Stanford University.
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What happens to California children who missed kindergarten during COVID-19 crisis?

The Mercury News 28 Jan 2021
First grade is now more like what second grade used to be,” said Paula Merrigan, a transitional kindergarten teacher ... It’s always been up to teachers, they say, to help all children find their footing ... It will make it harder, but it’s not impossible,” said Deborah Stipek, an early childhood expert at Stanford University.
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Wellness classes seek community digitally

Stanford Daily 25 Jan 2021
As with many other classes, wellness courses, centered around a sense of community between students and teachers, have been forced to restructure their interactions amid the transition to online learning ... But teachers and students agree that the classes provide a source of relief and community, even with the online format.
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