28 Jan

Latest Classes News

How Technology Can Benefit Physical Education Classes
We all know that incorporating technology throughout K-12 classrooms is a big focus for schools. From reading to science projects, tapping cutting-edge technology can improve the learning process. Yet, how applicable is technology to physical education …
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Florida, Colorado Considering Expanding Access to Computer Coding Classes—Possibly Spurring the Development of the New Health IT Workforce
According to a recently released blog by the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL), many state lawmakers across the country are considering allowing high school students to take computer-coding classes instead of foreign language classes.
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Classes reopen in stripped-down Charlotte School of Law
Students reported attendance at the day’s classes far below normal, especially in the first- and second-year classes which have been hit hardest by transfers. The for-profit school had about 700 students enrolled for the fall semester. School leaders …
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Charlotte Observer


Virgin Valley clubs, classes and groups
Dual Recovery Anonymous meets 5 p.m. in the Mesquite Behavioral Health Center, 61 N. Willow St., Suite 4, Drop-In-Center Entrance. Alcoholic Anonymous meets at noon and at 6:30 p.m. at 51 E 1st North (Old Gymnasium Building). Mesquite-Toes Tap Team classes …
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Free parenting classes to be offered
Grace of Christ Presbyterian Church in Yakima will host free parenting classes taught by Mary Pleger, a community health and parenting expert. The theme is “Peaceful Parenting.” Child care is available. Classes will be from 6-7:30 p.m. each Thursday …
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