Patricia Hurtado and Janelle Lawrence, Bloomberg Published 4:35 am PDT, Tuesday, March 19, 2019 Lori Loughlin, right, with daughter Olivia Jade Giannulli at the "Women's Cancer Research Fund's Unforgettable Evening" charity gala on Feb. 27, 2018 at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Dave Bedrosian/Future-Image/Zuma Press/TNS) less Lori Loughlin, right, with daughter Olivia Jade Giannulli at the "Women's Cancer Research Fund's Unforgettable Evening" charity gala on Feb. 27, 2018 at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, ... more Photo: Dave Bedrosian/Future-Image, TNS Photo: Dave Bedrosian/Future-Image, TNS Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 Lori Loughlin, right, with daughter Olivia Jade Giannulli at the "Women's Cancer … [Read more...] about Parents who cop to college admissions scam may stay out of jail
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There’s plenty to celebrate at one school in Rastrick after it was judged to be ‘Outstanding’ following a Social Care Inspection from Ofsted. The William Henry Smith School was inspected back in January where it was deemed to be ‘Outstanding’ for its 14th year.Read: Figures reveal the places to avoid on Calderdale's roads if you want to get to work on timeThe school is a non-maintained school for students with social, emotional and mental health challenges and offers education and residential care to boys aged seven to 19 years old. The school has five residential houses and has a range of facilities, which include a farm, adventure playground, an all-weather sports enclosure, an indoor sports hall and gymnasium.Inspectors commented on the ‘exceptional’ pupil care, how well the staff work together and the quality of work.Inspectors said: The pupils experience care that is exceptionally nurturing, therapeutic and tailored towards their … [Read more...] about Calderdale school celebrates ‘outstanding’ rating from Ofsted for 14th year
Sara Elyamany and her classmates in the dental hygiene program on Argosy University's Eagan campus have started taking home their cleaning instrument kits instead of leaving them at the school overnight. They fear that any day they could come to school and find the doors locked. Local students of the for-profit university system specializing in career training are grappling with uncertainty as it teeters on the verge of closure. John Slama, the president of the Eagan campus, wrote students Wednesday evening to let them know the campus will close Friday if it does not find a buyer by then. Last month, Argosy's parent company went into receivership, a kind of bankruptcy. In short order, the federal government and the state of Minnesota cut the school off from receiving loans and grants for its students — dealing what promised to be a fatal blow. Students in Eagan and at other campuses across the country have reported that Argosy withheld thousands of grant and loan dollars, … [Read more...] about Students at Minnesota’s Argosy University campus brace for possible closure
Gallery: Leaders look for ways to get Chattanoogans out of their cars +11 more photos Chattanoogans love their cars, and it's becoming a bit of a problem for the region. Rush hour on Interstate 24 at the ridge cut on any given week day can make or break a commuter's estimated time of arrival. Even a minor crash pushed to the shoulder is enough to bring traffic to a halt while major collisions or bad weather can hold up commuters for hours. Bosses and daycare workers usually don't appreciate the excuse of "bad timing" when it comes to missed meetings or late pickups. Interstate 24 traffic through Chattanooga can be a headache in the holiday season. Interstate 24 traffic through Chattanooga can be a... Photo by Tim Barber /Times Free Press. Unfortunately, it could get worse, which is why some local leaders are starting to explore how Chattanoogans can get to work differently in the future with ideas such as improving mass transit to working from home and … [Read more...] about Leaders look for ways to get Chattanoogans out of their cars and off the highways
NEWARK, N.J. — Senator Cory Booker was educated at Stanford, Oxford and Yale, but he likes to say he got his real education at Brick Towers, the dilapidated and dangerous housing project in inner-city Newark where he spent eight years as a tenant—not by necessity, but by choice. Living in a 16th-floor apartment that often lacked heat, hot water and elevator service, among poor neighbors trapped on the slum side of the American Dream, this celebrated black prodigy from a comfortable white suburb took an extended tutorial in urban adversity. He got a firsthand introduction to the policy issues that drove his agenda as a city councilor, mayor and New Jersey senator, and will now drive his newly announced presidential campaign. Brick Towers is gone now, but on a chilly gray morning in January, Booker was back at the intersection it loomed over for decades, riffing on the difference between thinking about policy and experiencing it up close. He noted that his former neighbor … [Read more...] about Is Cory Booker for Real?