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City schools superintendent presents budget

Superintendent Barbara Deane Williams presented her first budget for the Rochester City School District for 2017-2018, saying her goal is to shift resources to students and classrooms and away from the central office. 

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RIT video game program ranked No. 2 by Princeton Review

Rochester Institute of Technology’s video game design undergraduate program is ranked No. 2 in the country in 2017 by the Princeton Review. The school’s graduate video game design program ranks No. 4.

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Board to hold health care career event

The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board, Inc. will host its 5th Annual Healthcare Career Exploration Day on Tuesday at Finger Lakes Community College in Canandaigua.

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Drivers Permit Practice Test

Whether You Offer a Drivers Permit Practice Test or Sell Cheeses from Across the Globe,Your Small Business Should Have a Blog   If you are the owner of a small business, you may often wonder how some companies just manage ...

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The List: Workforce Training Programs

Ranked by number of participants in 2016. Information was provided by representatives of local workforce training programs in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario and Orleans counties that responded to an email survey.  For the purposes of this survey, a workforce training ...

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The List: Private Schools

Information was provided by individual private schools in Monroe County that responded to an email survey.  Ranked by total enrollment.   2017 Rank   School Name    1         McQuaid Jesuit High School    2         Our Lady of Mercy ...

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Most Coveted Bachelor Degree Courses on Offer in US Universities

Completing high school with flying colors is just the first step in establishing a successful career. There is still a long way to go. College life for all its fun and frolic is a critical phase for any student that ...

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RIT launches accelerated media arts degree


Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Media Sciences will now offer a master of science degree in media arts and technology starting this fall, officials announced Friday.

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