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Euro hits eight year low this morning in wake of Greek crisis

Euro hits eight year low this morning in wake of Greek crisis

first_img Google+ Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Clady Twitter Euro hits eight year low this morning in wake of Greek crisis Donegal hoteliers enjoy morale boost as bookings increase RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsApp Homepage BannerNews Disruption to cancer service will increase mortality – Oncologist The euro has tumbled this morning against other currencies because of the Greek debt crisis.It’s at an eight year low against sterling, trading at about 1-euro 42 to the pound and 1-euro 10 to the dollar.Markets have also been falling on news of the economic problems in Greece, with stock exchanges expected to take a hit when it opens later.Peter Brown from the Institute of Investing and Financial Trading, says he doesn’t expect a complete market meltdown, but there will be jitters this week:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/brown.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Today is the 30th anniversary of Eddie Fullerton’s murder By admin – June 29, 2015 center_img Twitter WhatsApp Facebook 45 new social homes to be built in Dungloe Google+ Hospitalisations rise as Donnelly suggests masks will stay ’til autumn Pinterest Pinterest Previous articleMan Utd will have to up their offer for ColemanNext articleTwo men rescued off Ben Bulben by mountain rescue teams admin Facebooklast_img read more

Adjunct Faculty

Adjunct Faculty

first_imgReference Letters Special Instructions to Applicants The Department of Education at Elmhurst University in the greaterChicago area invites applications for adjunct faculty for theSpring 2021 academic year. We are specifically looking for someoneto teach the graduate course, MTL 532 Teaching and Learning in theDiverse Classroom. Reporting Relationship(s)Graduate Program Director Direct Link to this Postinghttps://elmhurst.simplehire.com/postings/1222 Job Summary Special Instructions to Reference Provider Working Conditions/Physical Requirements Posting Text Posting NumberF00098P Employee is subject to indoor work, protected from weatherconditions. Posting Date11/03/2020 For “Other” required documents, please include ProfessionalEducator License ( PEL ). Last Day a Reference Provider Can Submit Reference Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsCurriculum VitaeUnofficial Transcripts 1Cover LetterLetter of Recommendation 1Letter of Recommendation 2Other DocumentOptional DocumentsResumeSupplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Perform other duties as assigned. Work Hours Class meets on campus Tuesday 6-8:30 on 2/2, 2/16, 3/2, 3/16, 4/13,4/27, 5/11Alternating weeks will be online asynchronous instruction Minimum Qualifications Position StatusExempt Open Until FilledYes Preferred Qualifications Closing Date • Candidates should have an earned doctorate in special educationor a related field• Candidates should have at least 3 years current or previousexperience as a licensed teacher or related service provider inaccredited U.S. public schools Other Duties and Responsibilities Supervisory Relationships Minimum Requests0 Accept ReferencesNo Essential Functions Maximum Requests0 • The successful candidate will demonstrate a strong teachingskillset at the college level for contributing to graduateprograms, preferably teaching in an online or hybrid format• This course will be taken by PK-12 teachers in the M.S. Ed inSpecial Education program, PK-12 teachers seeking the LBS1Endorsement and by graduate students in the M.S. in CommunicationSciences and Disorders programThe objectives for this course:• Develop, evaluate and share best practice for use with studentswith diverse needs through self-reflection and criticalthinking;• Employ best practice and innovative pedagogy that incorporatesthe principles of Universal Design for Learning;• Accommodate student differences using appropriate inclusive,research-based strategies;• Demonstrate an understanding of the essential features ofUDLlast_img read more

European Union supports free and independent media

European Union supports free and independent media

first_imgDear Editor,Today the European Union joins with Guyana and the rest of the world in celebrating World Press Freedom Day. Free, diverse and independent media are indispensable to promoting and protecting democracy worldwide. A free press and freedom of expression are among the very same foundations of democracy, contribute to stable, inclusive, and resilient societies and can help defuse tensions and contain conflicts. The EU supports the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which includes ensuring universal access to information and protection of freedom of expression.Supporting independent, quality and ethical journalism is essential. By facilitating the free flow of quality and well-researched information on matters of public interest, and by acting as the “public’s watchdog”, independent media are the basis of a participatory democracy and a tool to make governments accountable for their actions.The EU condemns the worldwide increase of threats and violations against journalists and media professionals’ offline and in cyberspace. All states are expected to fulfil their global obligations to protect freedom of expression and the safety of journalists by providing a supportive legal environment and prosecuting all attacks against journalists. The EU consistently opposes – in bilateral contacts with third countries as well as in multilateral and regional fora – any legislation, regulation or political pressure that limits freedom of expression and takes concrete steps to prevent and respond to attacks against journalists and bloggers.The EU Guidelines on Freedom of Expression Online and Offline, adopted in 2014, (and their continued implementation), reaffirm the EU’s determination to promote freedom of opinion and of expression as rights to be exercised by everyone everywhere, based on the principles of equality, non-discrimination and universality, through any media and regardless of frontiers.Yours faithfully,AmbassadorJernej VidetičDelegation of theEuropean Unionlast_img read more

A red letter day

A red letter day

In appreciation Bautista’s parents, Carlos and Paula, gave her a 2006 fire engine-red Chevrolet Cobalt LS, two-door coupe, a year before she graduated. Bautista’s first realization of her prefect attendance presented a challenge. “My first year of junior high was so hard. I kept dwelling on it but I knew I had to keep it up. Then in my last four years in high school, it was easy.” Bautista played varsity water polo at La Habra for four years. Playing sports, Bautista said, helped her to prevent missing any school days. “I was active, healthy and immune to things.” Although sometimes, when Bautista had to leave school early for water polo events, her teachers would eagerly jump on the chance of marking her as absent. “If I was ever absent in class for a field trip or school function, my teachers would get excited and say, `Oh look, she’s absent today!’ Then I’d get a letter saying I was absent but later I’d be excused because I was on a field trip,” she said. Her friends think she’s crazy for her mere ability to have kept such a record. But they do enjoy her newly fashioned ride. In June, AutoDepot’s Motorsports Department Manager Joe Huerta saw Bautista’s story on the news and thought he could employ AutoDepot to give her a car. When he learned that Bautista’s parents had already bought her a car, he made a deal with them. Bautista’s parents then told Jessica that her car needed to be recalled for body work at the dealership in Fontana for four weeks. Last Saturday, when Bautista went to pick up her ride, they surprised her with her improved, customized Cobalt. But before they handed over the keys, the employees of the dealership presented her with another, similar looking car, one that Bautista immediately recognized as an imposter. “I said, `this is not my car. I know my dad’s not gonna pay for it.’ Then I walked around the corner and everybody was there and they pulled the cover off the car and I couldn’t believe it,” she said. Her new two-tone candy paint job was still fresh, the seats had been reupholstered, two DVD television sets had been placed in the headrests of her seats, she now had power and tinted windows, a new spoiler, upgraded suspension, black rims, a touch-screen stereo with new speakers, amplifiers and woofers. In black-and-red letters, K-12 Perfect Attendance was painted on the hood. In the fall, Bautista will attend Cal State Fullerton. Her ultimate goal is to become a forensic scientist for the CIA. Bautista said her parents never put pressure on her to succeed but they led by example. When speaking of her dad, who is an officer for the Garden Grove Police Department, Bautisita said, “I know his goal was to become a cop. I looked at him and I thought, `I want to follow my goal.’ And my mom’s a strong woman and she said she would always support us no matter what we do. So this was my first goal,” she said. [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3029 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WHITTIER – Without having her parents pressure her, or extend any bribes, Jessica Bautista showed up at school day after day, after day, until she graduated from La Habra High School in June. One time in fifth grade, the athletic brunette said, she suffered from the flu, missed two hours of school, but pumped enough liquids to return that day. Bautista, 18, said she didn’t even notice she had perfect attendance until after she graduated from sixth grade. Although some days she would forget to wake up on time, Bautista was never absent, from kindergarten through high school. That’s more than 3,000 days.
Fenerbahce to offer Jose Mourinho £12m-a-year to snub Manchester United

Fenerbahce to offer Jose Mourinho £12m-a-year to snub Manchester United

first_img1 Fenerbahce are ready to offer Jose Mourinho £12million-a-year to snub Manchester United and join them, according to reports in Turkey.The former Chelsea boss is currently on the hunt for a new job after being shown the door at Stamford Bridge in December.United have reportedly told the 53-year-old he will be their new manager if Louis van Gaal leaves this summer.But Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked with a move for the Portuguese and, according to Turkish newspaper Fanatik, Fenerbahce are now trying to tempt Mourinho to join them.The club’s chairman is looking to set up a meeting with the former Real Madrid manager in the hope a deal can be struck.Fenerbahce are serious about their approach and are ready to offer Mourinho a huge £12m-a-year wage packet to take over. Jose Mourinho is in-demand having yet to take a club since his axe as Chelsea boss last_img read more