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VOORHEESVILLE — Learning-by-doing: it’s the best way to learn a skilled trade, like electrical or plumbing, and, for Sarah Bracken, it’s also how she plans to solve the world’s problems.

A new administrator will work to bring new technology to the Berne-Knox-Westerlo classrooms.

More than 1,000 pieces of artwork created by students from 15 Capital Region school districts will be on view on the Empire State Plaza Concourse through March 18.

Marie Wiles, budget presentation

Guilderland’s $100.7 million school budget proposal closes a $1.6 million gap partly by using $930,000 from the district’s fund balance.

The Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission will offer a variety of programs at the Discovery Center during the upcoming school break, from Feb. 19 to 23. Programs include a series of bird-themed activities and a family trivia night.

Enterprising students from local high schools are competing to develop the best pitches for their product ideas.

A program of five minutes a day a few times a week at school and five minutes at home each night works better than traditional longer therapy sessions, say two Guilderland school district speech-language pathologists.

Vocational courses provide students with useful skills and often a job with a sizeable paycheck upon high school graduation.

A nationwide cumulative student-loan debt $1.36 trillion and a burgeoning local “middle-skill” job market has some students, their families, and educators questioning if a four-year degree is still the ticket to a better life.

The Albany Pine Bush Preserve Commission will be offering programs at the Discovery Center during the school break, from Dec. 26 to 30:

— The ninth annual Cookie Burner Stroll is on Tuesday, Dec. 26.  This 2.6-mile hike is for people 8 and older;

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