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The program is aimed at improving educational and employment opportunities for Native Americans across North Dakota.
Data released by the Biden administration indicates as many as 42.3 million borrowers could have a total of $685 billion in student loans forgiven, assuming all eligible borrowers receive the full amount.
Todorovic is a 27-year veteran of Grand Forks Schools
The students are from Fargo, West Fargo, Hunter, Kindred, Hunter and Valley City.
While she is not deaf, Sorenson is fluent in sign language
North Dakota Mensa will be awarding a $500 scholarship, and the Mensa Foundation will be awarding a $600 scholarship to North Dakota residents.

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Our state is struggling to find enough teachers to staff our schools. Meanwhile, we have grandstanding politicians and populist demagogues who want to punish educators for political crimes. What's next? Struggle sessions for teachers who transgress against the preferred political doctrines? Political officers in classrooms to ensure that the curriculum aligns with ideology? Is it any wonder that teaching isn't looking like such a good job any more?
The bill would provide $3 million for a North Dakota Department of Public Instruction program that provides paraprofessionals with funding to get teaching degrees.
The project's aim is to integrate artificial intelligence and sensor technology into a sort of Type 2 diabetes predictor using a person's breath.

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