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  • lawgrad.jpg Things looking up for law school grads

    This might sound weird, but here goes: Now might be a pretty good time to think about law school. For the sixth year running, the employment rate fell, as schools produced a record number of graduates for an industry without the room for them. There was, however, a nugget of good news buried in the data.

    June 26, 2014 1 Photo

  • Yearbook app awes administrators

    FULTON, Ill. — A new technology showcased by Fulton High School students is wowing administrators. “I’ve been in education for 17 years and the students at this school seem more interested and in-tuned to technology and staying on the edge of it,” Fu

    June 26, 2014

  • Clinton High teacher picked for AP program CLINTON — A Clinton High School teacher has been selected to participate in a national Advanced Placement program.Fine Arts teacher Joann Winkler was selected to participate in the College Board’s annual AP Reading in Studio Art. Each June, AP teache

    June 23, 2014

  • Board trims renovation options MILES – Ron Regenwether, a board member of the Easton Valley Community School District, said that in many ways, the recent merger between Preston and East Central did as much to divide the two communities as unify them.Now, as the district enters its

    June 20, 2014

  • Students Students attend seminar CLINTON — Two Prince of Peace students recently represented the school at a leadership seminar.Erin Vander Bleek and Krista Atkinson recently attended the 56th annual HOBY (Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership) seminar at Central College in Pella. Two-hundr

    June 20, 2014 1 Photo

  • Mixed results in student achievement scores in the Camanche School District CAMANCHE — Recent student achievement scores, presented at Monday's Camanche School Board meeting, show a mix of results."Certainly these numbers have their place, but I think it's important to keep them in the proper perspective," Superintendent To

    June 20, 2014

  • Property sales make board's goals list

    CLINTON — Three buildings are slated to go onto the Clinton Community School District’s list of vacant facilities, and the school board is looking to plan ahead for the future of those soon-to-be empty structures.Board members outlined a list of eigh

    June 19, 2014

  • River Bend sales tax Tax question placed on ballot

    FULTON, Ill. — River Bend School District taxpayers will have a chance to vote on a referendum in the November election, which would create a one-percent sales tax.The issue of a special sales tax used for area schools has been on the Whiteside Count

    June 19, 2014 1 Photo

  • Guillory photo Clinton School board member Guillory resigns CLINTON — Speaking with passion and effectively steering the Clinton School Board’s Tuesday strategic plan session, one might have mistaken board member Devin Guillory as someone in it for the long haul.“We’ve laid a good foundation,” he said once du

    June 18, 2014 1 Photo

  • Plans call for new school additions MILES — Six architect plans each call for new facilities to be built in the Easton Valley School District, according to superintendent Robert Lagerblade. The EV school board and citizens on Thursday can see fine details during an open house of those

    June 18, 2014

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