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How Ivonne Arguijo’s Public School Programs Help Hispanic Students

How Ivonne Arguijo’s Public School Programs Help Hispanic Students By Astrid Kayembe Ivonne Arguijo has spent her career working to better the lives of Hispanic children and their families in the Memphis area. She’s a key local leader in a unique program – an ongoing effort in cooperation with the Mexican consulate to provide education to Spanish-speaking teens and adults. …

“Rebuilding Stronger:” District Unveils Plan For IPS Schools

“Rebuilding Stronger:” District Unveils Plan For IPS Schools By Caroline Beck Indianapolis Public School’s Superintendent Alessia Johnson released the final draft of the “Rebuilding Stronger” plan on Tuesday night which proposes major district changes including closing certain schools and rebuilding others. Johnson gave the announcement during her state of the district address marking a year since the beginning of the…

Prioritizing Women’s Health Through Health Checks

Prioritizing Women’s Health Through Health Checks Women’s Health Week reminds women that ‘it’s okay to put themselves first’ By Matthew Hart Women’s Health Week (September 5-11) serves as a timely reminder for women to prioritise their health and well-being and to remain aware of the health checks and resources that are available to them to ensure optimal health. However, alarmingly,…

Dr. Clark Stresses the Importance of Women’s Health Checkups

Dr. Clark Stresses the Importance of Women’s Health Checkups By Rachel Karas The closing of the Medina Hospital birthing center and Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital’s maternity ward reduced access to women’s health services for some Wayne County residents.  The Aultman Health Foundation wanted to change that, so it opened two new locations that both offer women’s health services.   Aultman Massillon opened in…

Why More Students are Repeating a Grade

Why More Students are Repeating a Grade By Brooke Schultz and Heather Hollingsworth HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — As Braylon Price remembers it, he struggled with pretty much everything the first full school year of the pandemic. With minimal guidance and frequent disruptions, he had trouble staying on top of assignments and finishing homework on time. It was so rocky his…

Getting Back on Track With Women’s Health Screenings

Getting Back on Track With Women’s Health Screenings By Claudia Elliott It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted our lives. Among the disruptions — during the lockdown, millions of women skipped important health screenings, according to research by the American Cancer Society. If you got off track — or just want to review recommended screenings — don’t beat yourself…