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Story: The Education PuzzleGetting Back to Basics by Bill
One-room schoolhouses are being salvaged and restored.
Where the Jobs Are by Georgia Mullen
Will education guarantee
a job in the 21st century?
Improving Tomorrow's Workforce
by Georgia Mullen
The school-to-work transition system.
Education to Life by Susan Beckhorn
What educational enrichments are
available beyond the blackboard?
The Genesee River Valley Project
by Dave Edney
Rochester's School No. 6 students have a whole valley
for a classroom.
Women Helping Girls with Choices by Jan Surasky
Successful women encourage leadership, provide women role models, and motivate
girls to take advantage of those careers.
Nursery by Cynthia Edney
Former industrial school meets today's needs
for preschool/day care.
Home Schooling by Joan Merkel Smith
The whole world is a classroom for children taught by parents at home.
DepartmentsThe Open Door by Publisher Corrin
Putting together pieces of the education puzzle
Country Sketches: Color the soul with nature's beauty by Scott Adamson
The intensity of autumn colors is determined by sunlight, chilly nights and
sugar in the leaves.
Main Streets: Fighting for a Town Called
Friendship by Susan Beckhorn
Once known as "Fighting Corners,"
this Allegany County town is due for a rematch.
Enjoy a Finger Lakes Wine Tour by Sylvia Farrer Bornarth
commemoration of the Canandaigua Treaty by Martin Naparsteck
Pickering negotiated a treaty between the youthful United States and the mature
Iroquois Confederacy in 1794.
Just Folks-Bill Davis, Pied Piper
of the Genesee by Dave Edney
A Charlotte man blossoms in life's repayment
stage, teaching children the wonders of the Genesee Valley.
Cafe-The Highland Park Diner by Elena M. Cambio
Customer service is
a priority, because you can only sell a person once.
from Home: Canal Country Inn by Sylvia Farrer Bornarth
B&B appreciates its proximity to the Erie Canal.
Sake-Batavia's Genesee Chorale by Michael Lasser
Views From the
Genesee Country: by SUNY Geneseo President Carol Harter
preparing students for jobs?
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