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NEWS
June 18, 1998 | By Gary H. Sternberg, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The Camden County Technical School District plans to start offering Continuing Education Unit credits - or CEUs - to adult school students starting in September, school officials announced at their board meeting last night. This could enable teachers to obtain credits that satisfy continuing education requirements and could also result in salary increases, while employees in noneducational fields could obtain credits necessary for job advancement, according to District Superintendent R. Sanders Haldeman.
NEWS
January 22, 2000 | By James M. O'Neill, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The collegiate fight to attract older suburban students is heating up. The new school in town - the University of Phoenix - yesterday announced a pact with Montgomery County Community College that will make it easier and possibly cheaper for the college's graduates to enroll at Phoenix. Under the agreement, Phoenix would recognize all associate degree-related credits from Montgomery Community students who enroll at the university. Universities often do not accept all credits that students earn at a community college, forcing them to take courses over again, frequently at a higher price.
NEWS
July 14, 2015
THE FIRING OF teacher Margie Winters by Waldron Mercy Academy in Merion on the basis of Winters' marriage to another woman comes at a time that guaranteed this to be a hot-button issue. It's just weeks after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the legality of gay marriage, and months away from a visit from the pope, who is known for his messages of love, forgiveness and his suggestion of tolerance for gays. Layer this on top of many Catholics struggling to reconcile their faith against decades of church scandals involving child abuse by priests.
NEWS
June 5, 1986 | By Chris Conway, Inquirer Trenton Bureau
State education Commissioner Saul Cooperman yesterday proposed raising the number of credits needed for high school graduation - including increasing the required credits for math, science and social studies. The proposal - presented by Cooperman to the state Board of Education - would raise the number of credit hours required for a high school diploma from the present 92 to 110. The board also was briefed, but took no action, on a proposal outlining the circumstances under which students with the AIDS virus can be excluded from the state's public schools.
NEWS
December 6, 1992 | By Laura Spinale, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
So you'd like to be able to buy a house in Bucks County, and you can almost afford it, but not quite? Think again. Bucks County has joined with the Internal Revenue Service and the state Housing Finance Authority to make the purchase of a house or condominium a bit more affordable. The program provides mortgage credits for low- and moderate-income people. Income limitations are scaled according to household size. To be eligible for the program, a single person can make no more than $33,350 a year, and a family of four, no more than $47,610.
NEWS
June 12, 1998 | by Nicole Weisensee, Daily News Staff Writer
The 13th annual Daily News George Fencl Award was supposed to go to Police Capt. William Colarulo. It did, but then the 25th Police District commander turned the tables and gave one to his parents. "I'd be remiss if I didn't acknowledge the two highest-ranking dignitaries in this room," he said of Anthony and Rose Colarulo at an award ceremony yesterday at the Daily News building. "They . . . taught me everything I needed to know about being a cop. They taught me the difference between right and wrong.
SPORTS
November 6, 2012 | BY TED SILARY, Daily News Staff Writer
PASSING ALONG some city high school football tidbits . . .  For further evidence that guys who limit themselves to one sport are foolish, check with Gratz junior Nydair Rouse. He now owns a piece of a city playoff record, and he's giving the credit to track. Saturday, as the Bulldogs (10-0) topped Mastery North, 36-12, in a Public AAA semi, thus earning a 10th win for the first time in the school's 84-year grid history, the 6-1, 175-pound Rouse scored the game's third touchdown on a 40-yard connection with Davone Cornish.
NEWS
November 15, 1992 | By Marguerite P. Jones, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Art class isn't the only place to learn about graphics, and neither is a history course the sole source of information about World War II. Bucks County Community College wants to give credit where it's due. With students' budgets and time increasingly in short supply, the popularity of a BCCC credit program has grown in the last few years, said Jean Ryersbach, the coordinator of the Life Learning Experience Assessment Program. In LLEAP, students may receive as many as 30 credits for life experience.
NEWS
October 24, 1996 | By Heather Moore, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
To complement traditional textbook learning with more performance-based education, the Central Bucks School District has recommended that the school board adopt a list of new graduation requirements, most notably a senior portfolio. The proposed recommendations, which the nine-member board will review and vote on in about two months, would affect Central Bucks East and West High Schools, which are expected to have a combined enrollment of 3,000 students by 1998. Beginning with the Class of 2002, students and teachers would work together to prepare graduation portfolios, collections of the students' best work from ninth through 12th grades, said Alice Karlberg, director of secondary education for the district.
NEWS
August 6, 2008 | By Susan Snyder INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Mayor Nutter and Community College of Philadelphia plan to introduce a program tomorrow that will offer financial help to Philadelphia students to complete their degree if they already have earned 30 or more credits. An anonymous donor has given a sizable amount to start the program, which is scheduled to be announced at a news conference tomorrow. Community College officials declined to provide details on the program, which will be called My Degree Now. The program, which was conceived by Community College, is designed to aid in Nutter's goal of raising the college-degree attainment rate in the city.
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