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Bristol Community College celebrated High School Equivalency graduates with a virtual ceremony

Bristol Community College celebrated its 2021 High School Equivalency (HSE) graduates with a virtual ceremony on Tuesday, June 22, 2021, at 6 p.m., on Bristol’s Adult Education Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/bristolccadulteducation and webpage, www.bristolcc.edu/adulteducation. Recipients were recognized for their dedication to successfully completing Bristol’s HSE classes and state-wide examination credential. “We …

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Riley Pledges Enforcement of New Vocational School Admissions Rules

By Katie Lannan State House News Service Regulations adopted Tuesday and set to affect applicants for the 2022-2023 school year will require vocational-technical schools to develop their own admissions policies “that promote equitable access”, removing the requirement that grades, attendance, discipline records and counselor recommendations be used as admissions criteria. …

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New Bedford Public Schools to hold summer learning programs; Parks, Recreation & Beaches to offer supervised recreation and food

New Bedford Public Schools hold morning learning sessions; City’s Parks, Recreation & Beaches offer afternoon supervised recreation and food. New Bedford Public Schools is offering school-based summer programming to students pre-identified and invited by their respective schools. Transportation, breakfast and lunch is included. Starting July 5: Middle Schools will offer …

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