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Presenter Preview #9... Jessica Hovland & Molly Buren, our very own SpEd doc students at UIC and former SpEd teachers, will be presenting THIS Saturday at our last workshop at Instituto (2520 W. Western Ave). Presenting to families on the IEP meeting and transition portion of the IEP... good info for educators too!. RSVP:http://goo.gl/forms/PNtL5RGwVn

Benue 54 cultists denounce their membership No fewer than 54 students from various tertiary institutions in Benue have denounced their membership of cult groups. The students denounced membership of different cult groups during an interactive session between heads of tertiary institutions in the state and the Coordinator of Campus Cult Eradication Foundation an NGO. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the students took turns to denounce their membership of the groups in a…

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Alban Institute, a resource for mainline institutions, to shutter

Alban Consultant Ed White, left, and David Pratt, a former Alban Director of Marketing, work during a meeting. Photo courtesy of West End S...

Open this book and step into the storied corridors of the nation's oldest university; encounter the historic landmarks and curiosities; and among them, meet the famous dropouts and former students, the world-class scholars, eccentrics, and prodigies who have given the institution its incomparable character.

A Nigerian business has donated N4.2 billion to a university in the US Mohammed Indimi has a long standing relationship with Lynn University and has a centre there named after him A major Nigerian billionare has donated a huge sum to a university in the United States. Mohammed Indimi has donated N4.2billion to Lynn University while his home state Borno continues to be ravaged by Boko Haram terrorists. Founded in 1962 the university is a private coeducational institution located in Boca…

In 1998, Sister Sharon Euart broke bread with St. John Paul II. She and three others talked and enjoyed lunch with him at his home in Vatican City. Years later, she would have an opportunity to meet with Pope Benedict XVI as well. Someday, she hopes to meet Pope Francis. As executive director of the Resource Center for Religious Institutes in Silver Spring, Maryland; a former executive coordinator of the Canon Law Society of America in Washington, D.C.; and associate general secretary of the…

Jeanine Pease Reservation college springs from former welfare mother's love of education In 1982, the Crow Tribe put its faith — along with $50,000 and an abandoned house — in a former welfare mom. Janine Pease used them to launch the Little Big Horn College at Hardin. As its first president, Pease did whatever it took to get the program up and running, from driving students to school to cleaning classrooms. She received national attention for taking her community college from a 1982…

Jennie Dean was a former slave that saw a need to educate black children so that their dreams could at least meet middle class. She founded the Manassas Industrial School for Colored Youth in 1893. The residential institution provided academic and vocational training and school supported students from Virginia and other states.