Idaho selects Wood River educator as teacher of the year


Jorge Pulleiro (in yellow) works with a group of middle school students in Spain. Pulleiro started an exchange program where students from the Wood River Valley trade places with Spanish teens during spring break.

Courtesy of the Pulleiro family

This article was originally posted on on October 6, 2020.

When Jorge Pulleiro was 16-years-old he brought home an old blackboard, and propped it up on his dining room wall. He bought some chalk, an eraser, and then papered shops around Buenos Aires, Argentina, with flyers for his English tutoring business.

It was the start of a lifelong calling for Pulleiro, and the teaching career that would carry him across the globe.

By 18 he’d landed his first professional post, teaching English to Argentinian high school students only a few years younger than himself. He brought his first paycheck home to Casilda Nasibe Dip Pulleiro, his widowed mother, who had

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Pharmacy Benefit Management Institute (PBMI) Selects STACK as Membership and Education Management Software Platform

PITTSBURGH, Sept. 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ –The Pharmacy Benefit Management Institute (PBMI) and STACK today announce the availability of a new membership and educational platform for PBMI members.  This dynamic web-based platform will empower PBMI members to take full advantage of their benefits through both scheduling and tracking of educational programs and improved membership directory capabilities. 

As the leading provider of research and education for the pharmacy benefit market, PBMI informs, advises, and influences the industry on drug cost management. PBMI provides a forum for purchasers to exchange ideas and drive marketplace changes that improve pharmacy benefits and control costs. The company offers a wide range of services, including research, continuing education and web resources to help all critical stakeholders work better together to optimize the overall value of drug benefit programs.

“PBMI is a trusted leader in the marketplace when it comes to education,” said Brian Haug, acting

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