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VIDEO — Kennedy Says Medical School In Lafayette Will Require Team Effort

Treasurer John Kennedy says Lafayette's already thriving health-care industry makes it the ideal place to train new doctors and expand health-care access in the state.

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Council Ponders How To Split $40 Million Higher Ed Incentive

Deciding which degree areas are in most demand and which skills are most valuable to the state will determine how the money is spent.

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Lawsuit To Be Filed Against Lafayette Board “Within The Week”

Lafayette attorney Gary McGoffin says it's likely he'll file suit within the week.

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Ossun Elementary Teachers Unveil New Music Video

The group is at it again — but this time, with a motivational music video for students called "Super Gator."

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Lafayette School Board Could End Up In Federal Court

Cajundome Director Greg Davis is threatening to file suit against LPSB if it doesn't drop its investigation into the superintendent and fix its budget issues.

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UL Research Focuses On Astronauts’ Bone Health

Dr. Ray Boudreaux says the ultimate goal of his research is to get astronauts to Mars healthy.

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Lafayette Board Proposes Balanced Budget

The body and the superintendent must agree upon a budget by Sept. 15.

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Louisiana’s University Campuses Go Smoke-Free

The state legislature in 2013 passed a law requiring all public institutions of higher education to go smoke-free by Aug. 1, 2014.

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Charter School Board Approves Budget, Adds To Technology Fund

Together, both schools require about $15 million in operating costs.

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Lafayette Schools Still Facing Critical Teacher Shortage

Certified and retired teachers are encouraged to apply, especially for hard-to-fill openings for subject-specific middle and high school teachers and special education instructors.

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Construction Delays Mean School On Saturdays In Vermilion Parish

The delayed construction will affect both North Vermilion Middle students and North Vermilion High School students.

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Lafayette Schools Short 40-50 Teachers

The school board's potential reduction-in-force policy is cited as a reason teachers are resigning and refusing job offers.

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