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‘Read Across America’ Events Set in Shreveport-Bossier to Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Birthday

 The Bossier Association of Educators is hosting "Read Across Louisiana 2014" Saturday, March 1st, at Pierre Bossier Mall, in the Dillard's Court. Events kick off at 11 a.m. There will be free books and cookies for the kids, guest readers, entertainment and an appearance by The Cat in the Hat himself.

 

The Red River National Wildlife Refuge is celebrating National Read Across America Day the afternoon of Sunday, March 2nd, which also happens to be the birthday of popular children's author Dr. Seuss. The annual observation is a project of the National Education Association.

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LSU School of Medicine Dean Andrew Chesson Announces Retirement After 35-Year Career

Dr. Andrew Chesson, Jr., Dean of the School of Medicine at LSU Health Shreveport, has announced his retirement. Dr. Chesson, a neurologist, spent his entire career at the health sciences center here in Shreveport, rising through the faculty ranks to Professor of Neurology.

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Bossier Parish Public Schools Show Improvement on Annual Report Card

The Louisiana Education Department has released its annual report card for school districts throughout the state, and Bossier Parish public schools showed significant gains made in 2012-13.

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Louisiana Among Worst States for AP Exam Passage, Rate Improving

Louisiana ranks among the worst states for the number of students passing Advanced Placement exams, but outpaces the rest of the nation with an increasing number of students passing the exams.

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How Technology-Ready Are Northwest Louisiana’s Public Schools?

How did our local public schools rate in computer access for students? The Louisiana Education Department's latest district-by-district Technology Footprint snapshot shows Caddo, Bossier and DeSoto are all technology-ready.

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Bossier Students “Shadow” Sheriff’s Deputies

A couple of Elm Grove Middle School 8th graders spent part of their day today learning the ins and outs of the Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office.

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LSU-Shreveport Chancellor Search Down to Four Candidates

The LSU-S Chancellor Search Committee has narrowed down the search for the university's next chancellor of extremely qualified applicants to four.

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Former Northwestern State University Band Director Bill Brent to Achieve ‘Hall of Fame’ Status

As a former member of the NSU Spirit of Northwestern Marching and Concert Bands, I was ecstatic to see this news release from Northwestern State University. Bill Brent was an amazing band director when I was attending NSU from 1989-1992.

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Centenary College in Shreveport to Boost Minimum Wage

In response to President Obama's State of the Union address this week, pay is going up at Centenary College.

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Caddo Parish School Board Makes School Changes

Caddo Parish School Board is making a few adjustments to several poorer performing schools in the system.

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