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Sponsored: FNOPS congratulates new school board members, looks to runoff

Coalition Reminds Voters to Consider Scorecard in Runoff Election Early voting is Nov. 20-28 (excluding Sundays and holidays) Forward New Orleans for Public Schools (FNOPS) ...

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Sponsored: Young Audiences of Louisiana brings arts education to you with Simply Arts Studio

Deepen your child’s connection with the arts—in the comfort of your home! Young Audiences of Louisiana is launching a virtual studio art program, Simply Arts ...

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Sponsored: School Board Candidate Scorecard by Forward New Orleans

Voter Tool Shows Which Candidates Pledge to Support Platform for Excellence and Equity Forward New Orleans for Public Schools (FNOPS) has released a scorecard showing ...

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Sponsored: Forward New Orleans for Public Schools releases platform for school board elections

Forward New Orleans for Public Schools seeks candidate pledges on issues to improve educational opportunities and outcomes. FNOPS is a coalition of civic, business, and ...

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Advertiser: LAUNCH After High School

Figuring out what to do after high school is hard. Good news: there’s a new option for New Orleans public high school graduates. LAUNCH is ...

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Mid-City Public School Series: A Family of Educators

The Antoines are a family of educators. Tara Antoine is in her 14th year of teaching and is a fifth grade English Language Arts teacher ...

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Warren Easton to celebrate Class of 2020 and Hall of Fame scholarship winners

Warren Easton Charter High School will honor its Class of 2020 by hosting a celebration and senior supplies pickup on Monday (May 18) morning. Students ...

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High schools turn to virtual resources, social media and creativity to honor graduates

By Camille Barnett, Mid-City Messenger The final months and weeks leading up to high school graduation tend to hold anticipated end-of-year senior traditions, celebrations and ...

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Viewpoint: New Orleans schools need visionary leaders for post-COVID future

By Danae Columbus, opinion columnist The coronavirus pandemic has necessitated a dramatic shift in public education that could finally force New Orleans leaders to address ...

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City opens enrollment for Junior Civic Leadership Academy

via the City of New Orleans The Mayor’s Neighborhood Engagement Office, in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Youth and Families, would like to invite ...

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