Transition milk improves health in neonatal calves

Feeding calves transition milk instead of milk replacer in the first days of life stimulates intestinal development and improves health scores. In a new report in the Journal of Dairy Science®published by FASS Inc. and Elsevier, five researchers from Michigan State University examine the effects of transition milk on the health and growth of Holstein … Read more

Office of the Governor | This Week in NJ

GOVERNOR MURPHY URGES PASSAGE OF COMPREHENSIVE GUN SAFETY REFORM IN WAKE OF UVALDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SHOOTING Governor Phil Murphy renewed his call for the passage of the comprehensive gun safety legislative package that he initially proposed in April 2021. The Governor urged legislators to pass the same package in April 2022, four months after he … Read more

Office of the Governor | This Week in NJ

GOVERNOR MURPHY URGES PASSAGE OF COMPREHENSIVE GUN SAFETY REFORM IN WAKE OF UVALDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SHOOTING Governor Phil Murphy renewed his call for the passage of the comprehensive gun safety legislative package that he initially proposed in April 2021. The Governor urged legislators to pass the same package in April 2022, four months after he … Read more

Missouri legislators load up state’s official calendar with awareness days | Local News

Black History Month, Hispanic Heritage Month, Native American Heritage Month are among long list of new state designations The bill started out as just one word. “Literally adding the word ‘Captain’ to the David Dorn Memorial Highway on Highway (State Route) 180 here in St. Louis County,” said Rep. Shamed Dogan, R-Ballwin. When they named … Read more

Missouri legislators load up state’s official calendar with awareness days | Four States News

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The bill started out as just one word. “Literally adding the word ‘Captain’ to the David Dorn Memorial Highway on Highway (State Route) 180 here in St. Louis County,” said Rep. Shamed Dogan, R-Ballwin. When they named the highway in his honor last year, legislators accidentally left out the title for … Read more

Missouri legislators load up state’s official calendar with awareness days | Local News

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The bill started out as just one word. “Literally adding the word ‘Captain’ to the David Dorn Memorial Highway on Highway (State Route) 180 here in St. Louis County,” said Rep. Shamed Dogan, R-Ballwin. When they named the highway in his honor last year, legislators accidentally left out the title for … Read more

Indiana Department of Education dashboard to measure school performance | News

The Indiana Department of Education is developing a new school performance dashboard that will broaden how schools are measured beyond standardized test scores. In grades K-8, the Indiana Graduates Prepared to Succeed (GPS) dashboard will include indicators such as third-grade literacy, eighth-grade math proficiency, student attendance, advanced coursework prior to grade 9 and 21st Century … Read more

Tracking success: Indiana Department of Education dashboard to measure school performance | Indiana News

The Indiana Department of Education is developing a new school performance dashboard that will broaden how schools are measured beyond standardized test scores. In grades K-8, the Indiana Graduates Prepared to Succeed (GPS) dashboard will include indicators such as third-grade literacy, eighth-grade math proficiency, student attendance, advanced coursework prior to grade 9 and 21st Century … Read more

Tracking success: Indiana Department of Education dashboard to measure school performance | News

The Indiana Department of Education is developing a new school performance dashboard that will broaden how schools are measured beyond standardized test scores. In grades K-8, the Indiana Graduates Prepared to Succeed (GPS) dashboard will include indicators such as third-grade literacy, eighth-grade math proficiency, student attendance, advanced coursework prior to grade 9 and 21st Century … Read more

Woods, Barge square off for GOP nomination for state schools leader | Ga Fl News

THOMASVILLE — In the race for the Republican nomination for state superintendent of schools, Richard Woods wants to retain his seat. John Barge wants it back. Woods, from Tifton, is running for a third term as state schools chief. Barge, who recently retired from education, served as state schools superintendent from 2011-15, immediately preceded Woods. … Read more