LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a chlorine gas leak at an Arkansas poultry plant last year that sickened nearly 200 people occurred because a worker couldn't read English. The CDC said in a report released Thursday that a Spanish-speaking worker at the Tyson... more »
WASHINGTON- The federal government is rolling out a new official language of sorts: plain English. A communications overhaul is under way as federal employees learn how to make more sense in their writing to the public. Their guide is the Plain Writing Act signed by President Barack Obama last fall... more »
Termination notices that went out to LSU instructors about a month ago could have far-reaching effects, according to a recent article in the school newspaper.
The Daily Reveille reported this week that the notices, which had been sent to inform instructors they'd be fired next year if projected budget... more »
The state is doing away with the high school exit exam and starting new requirements. Currently high school students have to pass the Graduation Exit Exam and meet other course requirements to earn a diploma. That system is about to be scrapped in favor of end-of-course tests. Starting with some... more »