Month: September 2020

Ambow Education Holding News: Why AMBO Stock Is Soaring 117% Today

Ambow Education Holding (NYSEAMERICAN:AMBO) is in the news Monday after announcing an expanded deal with Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN).


Source: Sundry Photography /

Ambow Education Holding offers training courses online and via in-class lessons. The company already has a deal with Amazon that has it training and certifying students in Amazon Web Services (AWS).

With this expanded deal, Ambow Education Holding notes that it will be offering specific training to meet the needs of employers making use of AWS. That includes adding enterprise recruiting programs.

Ambow Education Holding offers its lessons from its online and offline learning

Read more

Under state pressure to reopen schools, Miami school board to hold emergency session

The Miami-Dade County School Board will convene an emergency meeting Tuesday to discuss reopening schools, this time under pressure from the Florida Department of Education to open schools Monday.

Days after the board voted on a conditional timeline of reopening schools between Oct. 14 and Oct. 21, Florida Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran sent a sternly worded letter to Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho and board chair Perla Tabares Hantman on Friday. He accused the board of contradicting the district’s state-approved reopening plan, which says the district would determine by Sept. 30 if “local conditions meet the criteria established” to open schools

Read more

Principals Union Asks Mayor De Blasio To Step Down From Education Role

Just days before schools reopen, a union of New York City school administrators is calling for Mayor Bill De Blasio to give up his power over the city’s Department of Education. 

The Council of School Supervisors and Administrators — which represents principals and assistant principals —declared a unanimous vote of “No Confidence” for De Blasio and Chancellor Richard Carranza. The bargaining unit for about 1,600 school administrators is calling on the state to lead the city schools for the rest of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Just last week, New York schools opened with only a small number of children going back

Read more

Labour calls for government to delay university term as thousands of students caught up in lockdowns

A 'Help' message is displayed at locked down student accommodation in Manchester (REUTERS)
A ‘Help’ message is displayed at locked down student accommodation in Manchester (REUTERS)

The government has been urged to stop students arriving at universities amid fears teenagers across the UK will be “locked in their rooms”  as coronavirus outbreaks force thousands to self-isolate.

Labour said education secretary Gavin Williamson must consider delaying the start of the autumn term until mass on-campus Covid-19 testing or remote learning options were available.

The call came after thousands of students in Glasgow, Manchester and Edinburgh were ordered to self-isolate following outbreaks linked to freshers’ week, with some accusing their university of “false imprisonment”.


Read more

Doris Hohensee, Nashua State Representative Candidate

Doris Hohensee

Age (as of Election Day)


Position Sought

State Representative

Party Affiliation



Paul and I have been married for 41 years; we have six children and ten grandchildren

Does anyone in your family work in politics or government?



B.A., College of Mt. St. Vincent in Riverdale, N.Y.


Software engineer – 4 years; raising six children – 30 years; education activist – 30 years; chair NH Families for Education – 10 years.

Previous or Current Elected or Appointed Office

Nashua Board of Education – 4 years

Campaign website…

Why are you seeking elective

Read more