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Preparing students for higher ed and beyond includes real-world skills, experiences (access required)

Adam Jay, a woodworking teacher at Hope Hall School, teaches a student the safe and proper way to use a sliding power miter saw.

The Rochester Business Journal reached out to private schools to see how they work with the greater Rochester community to ensure their students gain the skills they need when they graduate.

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Harley School raises $16 million in three-year campaign (access required)

The Harley School on Friday marked the close of the largest donor campaign in the school’s history. The Lives of Great Purpose Campaign raised more than $16 million for enhancements to benefit students and staff, officials said. Since the campaign ...

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Coalition develops fellowship to address local education (access required)

A local coalition of child and family advocates has developed the Rochester Education Fellowship, which will enable a leader to co-create and build a new, community-centered vision for bold, transformation change for Rochester’s public school systems. The coalition is looking ...

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SUNY Empire State College program to make college more accessible (access required)

A new financial aid and educational support program is available in New York that provides more flexibility for incoming or returning college students from historically disadvantaged backgrounds. The Empire Opportunity Program was announced over the weekend by SUNY Empire State ...

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