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Wallace Tyner, the James and Lois Ackerman Professor of Agricultural Economics at Purdue University, passed away Aug. 17 after a brief illness. He is survived by his wife, Jean, his sons, Davis and Jeffrey, their wives, and four grandchildren.

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Jack Lippmann, a member of the Class of 2022 at United Christian Academy, was named a CLT10 Distinguished Scholar earlier this spring. UCA, in Newport, offered CLT10 (Classic Learning Test) this spring to gauge student learning for its high school students, grades 9-11, as it is quickly becoming a strong contender with the SAT and ACT as a college entrance assessment. The CLT is the new standard for college entrance exams with 95 percent of CLT educators agreeing that they would recommend the CLT for students considering college.

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CANAAN — About 20 local and state-level education leaders met Thursday at Canaan High School to discuss formation of an interstate secondary school district to serve three school districts on both sides of the Connecticut River in northern New Hampshire and Vermont.


NEWPORT CITY — The fallout continues over Act 46, pitting local school board members and their lobbyist at the state board association against one another.