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High Desert Nursing Program Expanded

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(Best Syndication News) The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors expanded the Victor Valley College nursing program this week.

An additional $160,000 will be allocated, according to David Zook. Zook, the spokesperson for First District Supervisor Brad Mitzelfelt, tells Best Syndication that the funding is provided by the federal Workforce Investment Act and is administered through the San Bernardino County Workforce Development Department.

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Borders Books Going out of Business Sale with discounts up to 40 percent off

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(Best Syndication News) - Borders Book stores are going out of business with up to 40 percent off discounts on their books and merchandise. The discounts are only valid at their retail stores. Their airport location store prices may have a different program. The going-out-of-business sale will be held at all Borders, Borders Express, and Waldenbook stores.

Borders Rewards Plus program participants will continue to receive additional discounts for a limited time longer. Additionally if you have any Border Bucks from their rewards program, this is your last chance to cash them in. They are also taking Border gift cards for payments during their closing sale.

Usually, as a going out of business sale continues, larger discounts will be offered. The downside is that you might miss out on something that you really wanted because the shelves can get pretty empty towards the end of the sale. So it may be worth making a couple of trips to the store as the sale continues to see what new discounts have been applied.

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Local Representative says Legislation will give local schools flexibility

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(Best Syndication News) Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon (R-CA) tells Best Syndication that the “The State and Local Funding Flexibility Act” will provide states and local school districts flexibility in how federal education funds are used.

McKeon says that every state, school and classroom is different. “It has been proven times over that our national education system works best when choice and flexibility are granted to local administrators, teachers, and parents as well,” he said.

“Funding can be pulled from specified programs to be used for things such as school improvement grants, aid for the disadvantaged, reading first, math and science partnerships, innovation programs, and rural and low-income programs.”

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Education Reform Praised by Both Sides

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(Best Syndication News) Our local congressman says that H.R. 2218 will improve the education system by giving local districts more control.

Lindsey Mask, spokesperson for Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon (R-CA), tells Best Syndication that the bill will modernize and streamline the federal Charter School Program.

The bill, Empowering Parents through Quality Charter Schools Act, is sponsored by Rep Hunter, Duncan (D-CA).

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Nations Report Card 2010 shows small gains in Education

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Nations Report Card California - http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/pdf/stt2009/2010454CA8.pdf

(Best Syndication News) - The 2010 Nations Report Card is now available from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) government agency. The 2010 results show that fourth, eighth and twelfth grade students’ proficiency remained low with small improvements.

Only twenty percent of fourth grade students, 17 percent of eighth grade students, and 12 percent of twelfth grade students measured at proficient or higher during the history portion of the test.

Overall, the fourth grade students’ average score in 2010 was higher than in 1994. The gain came from the lowest performing 10th percentile fourth grade students who improved an average of 22 points.

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