Category Archive: Education

Apr 07 2015

Raising Sex Trafficking Awareness

Please attend this educating event on sex trafficking in our community. This event is free and open to the public. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of women and girls in our local communities and around the world! Visit http://zontasaysno.com/ for more information. Share:

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Apr 06 2015

Household Debt is a National Crisis

It’s time to stop blaming borrowers and instead hold predatory lenders accountable. Years after Toni Potter’s husband passed away from pancreatic cancer, debt collectors in her state of Washington were still relentlessly hounding her about his hospital bills. Andrea Anderson, a young student in Oregon, has been saddled with $150,000 in college loans as she …

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Mar 21 2015

The Student Debt Time Bomb

Indebted Students Are a Force to Be Reckoned With   By Chuck Collins There’s a generational time-bomb ticking — and the student debt crisis is the trip wire. Adults under 35 disproportionately bear the brunt of escalating inequality. America’s educated youth are graduating into an economy with stagnant wages and a torn safety net. Federal …

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Mar 13 2015

Art Exhibit Slated

The next exhibition at The University of Texas at Tyler Meadows Gallery is ‘Dovetails,’ beginning on Monday, March 16, Ray Sikes, gallery coordinator announced. The public exhibition features UT Tyler professor of art James R. Pace and UT Tyler alumna Philana Oliphant. A reception and gallery talk will be 6 – 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, …

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Mar 10 2015

Early College HS program

Tyler ISD admits inaugural class   Almost 300 Tyler ISD students and parents attended the first Early College High School (ECHS) Parent Night held at the Davidson Conference Room in the Plyer Instructional Complex. One hundred thirty-eight current eighth grade students were chosen to participate in the ECHS program with 61 students signing commitment letters …

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Mar 09 2015

Pine Tree High School Wins At UIL

Pine Tree High School recently hosted the UIL Region IV South Zone Solo & Ensemble Competition. Twenty-nine schools participated in the event, with a total of 848 entries. This was a massive coordination of effort, with special thanks going to the PTHS Administrators, office staff, PT band staff, custodial staff, security, band boosters, student volunteers, …

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Feb 27 2015

The History of Jazz Music: A Story For Every Music Lovers, Significant Impact of Jazz on all forms of Music

The Duke

The annual Black History Month celebration was recently held at the Longview Public Library. This year’s theme was Jazz and Poetry. Several citizens read Maya Angelou’s poems and others read their own poems. Angelou’s poems and Jazz was a good combination, hence the audience was very diverse. WHAT YOU DO AND DO NOT KNOW This …

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Feb 24 2015

John Tyler High School Color Guard Wins Regionals

The John Tyler High School Color Guard recently took top honors in the Rose City Classic Regional Championship at Tyler Junior College. The competition was sponsored by Marching Auxiliaries. The John Tyler Guard participated in Team Flag and Team Flag/Rifle categories and had three students compete in solo competition. In team events, the Guard earned …

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