Education 2017

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Safe place program for kids coming to Ferry

By ROBERT A. DEFRANK Times Leader Staff Writer MARTINS FERRY — The police and Fraternal Order of Police Association are preparing to launch an outreach program in the Purple City that would have businesses offer safe places for children who are facing bullying or any threat while away from ...

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Panthers run for a cause

By DYLAN McKENZIE Times Leader Staff Writer DILLONVALE — Members of a local school community are training to run for the benefit of high school students. Buckeye Local High School will be holding a Panther 5K fundraiser event on Aug. 13 in Yorkville, with the money from the event going ...

College Credit Plus, technology, scholarships at area career centers

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — At Belmont and Harrison Career Centers, career-technical courses align curriculum with challenging academic and technical content standards to prepare our students for careers or college. Qualified senior students are eligible for early job placement during school hours. ...

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Career centers offer options to high school students

ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Today, many parents of high school-age students remember that going to the vocational school meant you weren’t going to college. That is not true today, as career-technical education students must meet the same academic requirements as all high school students, as well ...

GRADUATE

3 tips to finding right graduate program

Graduate school allows college graduates the chance to intensify their studies as they pursue advanced degrees. Many professions require advanced degrees, but students may enroll in graduate school for various reasons, including their own intellectual curiosity and the chance to improve their ...