School Systems

Marpai pursues education market with AI-powered health plan services to improve outcomes and lower costs for school districts

NEW YORK, December 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Marpai, Inc., (“Marpai”) (Nasdaq: MRAI), a deep learning technology company transforming third-party administration in the self-funded health insurance market, establishes a center of excellence in the health insurance market ‘education to provide high-end health plan services to neighborhood schools across the …

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Montana extracurricular scholarships awarded this week

HELENA – About $ 3.8 million in federal funds to expand after-school programs will be allocated this week, as planned, said Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen – although organizations seeking the money won’t have never submitted a formal request. “Our goal is not to turn anyone away,” she told …

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DAN WALTERS: Falling Enrollment Takes Local School Finances | Opinion

The 1970s and 1980s were a tumultuous time for California public schools, namely: • A tidal wave of post-WWII baby boom children pushed school enrollment to well over 4 million, but the boom ended in the mid-1960s and slowed Global population growth led to declining enrollment in the 1970s. Statewide, …

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LAUSD Welcomes New Superintendent Alberto Carvalho – NBC Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Unified board of directors met behind closed doors on Tuesday to finalize an employment contract with new superintendent Alberto Carvalho, which will then be officially presented to the public. The board of directors announced Thursday that it had unanimously chosen Carvalho, a famous educator who has run …

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Horizon’s Local Giving Circle Awards $ 20,000 in Grants to Organizations Supporting NKY Children

Members of the 410 Donor Circle presented their 2021 grant to the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Cincinnati and the DCCH Center for Children and Families. Each organization will receive $ 10,000. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to support two organizations that are making a significant difference in …

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Experts say Missouri health ruling does not apply to schools

Many St. Louis area school districts will not lift mask warrants and other health orders, despite a call to do so from the Missouri attorney general. In response to a letter from Attorney General Eric Schmitt, several St. Louis area school districts said a court ruling overturning the health orders …

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Maryland Early Fall Assessment Data and Kindergarten Readiness Results Reflect National Trends in Learning Loss

BALTIMORE, MD (December 7, 2021)– Today, the Maryland State Department of Education released an early fall preliminary assessment and kindergarten readiness grades for the 2021-22 school year, which showed declining overall student skills for the English Language Arts (ELA), math and kindergarten preparation. Overall State of Maryland results reflect similar …

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Northeast Queens officials urge DOE to halt removal of geographic priorities for high school admissions – QNS.com

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York Northeast Queens officials on Friday called on the city’s Department of Education to suspend the removal of geographic priorities during the high school admissions process, …

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Somerset schools grapple with ‘alarming’ rates of COVID cases

About 7% of students in Somerset County public schools have tested positive for COVID-19 since August 2021. Some Somerset public schools, like Crisfield Academy and High School, have cumulative positive case rates above 9%. Maryland schools have had varying rates of positive COVID-19 cases since the start of the 2021-2022 …

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State Board of Education calls on MSDE to create emergency regulations with ramps for masking in schools – Conduit Street

The State School Board of Education voted for the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) to develop a new set of emergency regulations that would establish localized exit ramps for masking in public schools. After a heated discussion, the State Council today voted 12-2 on a process to establish exit …

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