For America, Let’s Send the Adults Back to School

David M. Chamberlain has been teaching history for twenty years, first at Kennett High School in northern New Hampshire and for the last decade at Burke Mountain Academy in Vermont.  He recently accepted a position teaching U.S. history at The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey.  He is a James Madison Fellow and his work on environmental history has been published Read More

Tom’s #Mailbag, July 29, 2022 | Tom’s Mailbag

It’s my last solo mailbag so we’re going to have some fun this week. We revisit the noon whistle issue that I blew last week — “I don’t believe there are any towns that still blow a noon whistle,” I wrote — and correct the record.

Also, a winner in the “contest” to offer a new name for the poor

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States’ Vital Role in Raising the Value of Higher Ed for

My path to obtaining a college degree was as much a function of luck as anything else. It was only because I was able to access scholarships and jobs to pay for school that I was able to complete my degree. Even then, I graduated with a lot of debt, but my career choice afforded me a good salary to

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Thompson challenges Green for MadCo commissioner | Elections

In Madison County there are two contested local races in the Aug. 2 primary election. Both are on the Republican ballot.

Republican voters in Madison County will be asked to choose between two candidates for Presiding Commissioner. The candidates, Jim Thompson and Jason Green have been asked the same questions and their responses will be placed below in the order

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Global Education Cluster Strategy 2022-2025: Strengthening

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Humanitarian response: a challenging forecast

Global humanitarian needs are at an all-time high, outpacing funding to a greater extent than before. UN estimates of humanitarian needs in 2022 broke new records, requiring US $41 billion appeal to assist 183 million people across 63 countries. While increased operational coverage and improved measurement has heightened the humanitarian sector’s awareness of

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Five achievable things creatives can do when freelance work

It’s easy to panic when you’ve just finished your last project and haven’t got anything else in the pipeline. You worry nothing will appear, and then what? Fear not. These slower times offer an excellent opportunity to work on your business, marketing and brand. They pave the way for self-reflection and improvement, setting you up for the next busy period.

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Dickinson State University announces interim vice president;

DICKINSON — Dickinson State University announced on Wednesday that John Miller has been selected and appointed to the position of interim vice president and provost, effective July 22, 2022.

The new appointment comes following the resignation of Debora Dragseth, who stepped down from the position and returned to a faculty position following a family illness in April.

Miller was most

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GE Reports Q2 Results: Strong Quarter With Order, Revenue,

Reporting GE’s second-quarter results, Chairman and CEO of GE and CEO of GE Aerospace Larry Culp said, “The GE team delivered a strong quarter, with growth in orders, revenue, and profit, as well as positive free cash flow. Aerospace was a key driver, and services remained a bright spot of performance. While this remains the toughest operating environment I’ve seen,

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