Senate approves bill banning discriminatory school mascots Vermont News

By LISA RATHKE, Associated Press The Vermont Senate on Friday gave final approval to a bill that would ban public schools from holding mascots or discriminatory nicknames. The move, which still has to be taken into account by the House, comes because a number of school districts in Vermont have in recent years changed amulets … Read more

Artificial intelligence virtually does automated document processing

Late last year, ABBYY teamed up with FreightWaves to survey logistics providers about document handling and processing practices. Although the results show that many companies across the supply chain are moving towards document digitization and process automation, it is clear that many companies continue to face document verification barriers on a daily basis. The push … Read more

Hope College Group collaborates with museum for ‘Reliance’ exhibition, speaks for Women’s History Month

Holland, MI MI – In honor of Women’s History Month, the Hope College organization, in collaboration with the Krusenga Art Museum, is organizing a special focus exhibition on women’s empowerment and resilience in changing circumstances. The Women of Color United (WOCU) at Hope College, led by the campus group and mentoring program for students recognizing … Read more

The state renews pushes for supervision of a private and parochial school

State education officials are reviving the controversial push to establish oversight of private schools – including meetings that have been criticized for lacking basic education. The agency wants to ensure that independent and parochial schools provide “equivalent” education to what is offered in the public sector. The effort began in 2016 after critics of religious … Read more

A man is kind: a Pacific resident raises money to support girls’ education at a Kenyan training center

A Pacific woman hopes that the kindness of San Diego residents will help her continue to support the education of poor girls in Kenya. Human is mehribon, a non-profit organization that started Kate Pache at Bird Rock in 2018, hosted its first Texas Hold’em poker tournament at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 27, at Backyard … Read more