Paul Johnson For Princeton Board Of Education

PRINCETON, NJ — A lifelong Princeton resident, Paul Johnson says he’s running for a seat in the Board of Education because he genuinely cares “about the outcome of my five children, three of whom attend Princeton Public Schools, as well as all the children in our community.”

A student-athlete coach, Johnson is running with Karen Lemon and William “Bill” Hare as a slate.

Read below to learn more about Johnson and his platform for the upcoming elections in Princeton.

Name – Paul Johnson

Age (as of Election Day) – 36

Position Sought – Board of Education Does anyone in your family work in politics or government? No

Education –

BA Anthropology, University of Virginia.

Occupation –

Student-athlete coach and mentor

Previous or Current Elected or Appointed Office – None

Campaign website –

www.jlhforboe.com

Why are you seeking elective office?

As the late, great John Lewis so eloquently put it, “To

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St. Paul district to reopen select special education schools, programs part-time Oct. 19

Some 500 special-education students can head back to school for in-person instruction and services two days a week starting Oct. 19, St. Paul Public Schools announced Friday.



a man wearing a suit and tie: St. Paul Public Schools Superintendent Joe Gothard speaks at a board meeting, April 9, 2019. (Scott Takushi / Pioneer Press)


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St. Paul Public Schools Superintendent Joe Gothard speaks at a board meeting, April 9, 2019. (Scott Takushi / Pioneer Press)

The district said it’s met all 24 self-imposed readiness targets for taking the first step toward a hybrid schedule.

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Just last week, the district said it didn’t have enough staff who were prepared to work in the schools that are reopening. The district said Friday that about 650 staff members will be involved in this initial phase of hybrid instruction.

The affected schools and programs are the Downtown School (Juvenile Detention Center), Care & Treatment programs, hospital programs, Bridge View, Focus Beyond (Pathways 1 and 2), RiverEast and Journeys.

Those programs are being prioritized

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Paul Quinn College and Guild Education Partner to Expand Educational Options for America’s Workforce | News

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sep 23, 2020–

Paul Quinn College (PQC), America’s first urban work college and one of the most celebrated colleges in the country, announced it is the first Historically Black College and University (HBCU) to join the Guild Education (Guild) network. This partnership opens the doors to some of America’s largest and most influential companies to PQC while providing more than three million workers an opportunity to earn a degree from one of the most unique colleges in the country.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200923005799/en/

“We are ecstatic to become a member of the Guild network,” said Dr. Michael J. Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn College. “Guild’s commitment to helping hardworking Americans achieve their educational and economic dreams is something that we strongly identify with. We are honored to have been selected by them for this important work.”

Guild partner employees will be able

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Paul Quinn College and Guild Education Partner to Expand Educational Options for America’s Workforce

DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sep 23, 2020–

Paul Quinn College (PQC), America’s first urban work college and one of the most celebrated colleges in the country, announced it is the first Historically Black College and University (HBCU) to join the Guild Education (Guild) network. This partnership opens the doors to some of America’s largest and most influential companies to PQC while providing more than three million workers an opportunity to earn a degree from one of the most unique colleges in the country.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200923005799/en/

“We are ecstatic to become a member of the Guild network,” said Dr. Michael J. Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn College. “Guild’s commitment to helping hardworking Americans achieve their educational and economic dreams is something that we strongly identify with. We are honored to have been selected by them for this important work.”

Guild partner employees will be able

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Douglas Paul Dohrman Discusses How to Build Kids’ STEM Skills From Home

Douglas Paul Dohrman recently discussed how parents can help build their kids’ STEM education skills from home.

Science, technology, engineering, mathematic — they’re the basis of STEM education and essential areas of learning for kids of all ages. The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently stated that there are more than 8.6 million STEM-oriented jobs in the United States. Douglas Paul Dohrman explained that that number is continuously rising, and it’s important for kids to develop STEM skills, even when learning from home.

“The coronavirus pandemic has forced many kids to start the new school year online from home,” Douglas Paul Dohrman said. “That can make hands-on learning very difficult, and STEM education is very hands-on.”

Douglas Paul Dohrman explained that because STEM learning is so experiment-based, it’s important for parents to help advance their kids’ STEM skills at home. He offered a few ways for parents to help advance these

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