The New York Times
– Jul 10, 5:42 PM
WASHINGTON — Federal materials for reopening schools, shared the week President Trump demanded weaker guidelines to do so, said fully reopening schools and universities remained the “highest risk” for the spread of the…
2020 Leadership & Advocacy Conference LIVE! Monday, July 13 - Wednesday, July 15, 2020 NAGC's Leadership & Advocacy Conference LIVE! brings you the content-rich program you've come to expect from NAGC's March leadership conference—with an…
Conspiracy to embezzle by trustee or officer; embezzlement by trustee (five counts); making a false account (Northern District of Oklahoma) 12 years' imprisonment; $350,000 restitution (February 27, 1989) Conspiracy to import a controlled substance…
George Lucas Educational Foundation
– Jun 24, 2:00 PM
Children's brains develop in spurts called critical periods. The first occurs around age 2, with a second one occurring during adolescence. At the start of these periods, the number of connections (synapses) between brain cells (neurons) doubles.