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Kirk Herbstreit Reacts To LSU’s Big Win At Texas

first_img “Wowwww!!! Holy OFFENSE!!” he tweeted.Hey @LSUfootball…I am a FAN!!Wowwww!!!Holy OFFENSE!!— Kirk Herbstreit (@KirkHerbstreit) September 8, 2019Alabama is seen as the favorite in the SEC West, though Herbstreit thinks LSU could spoil the Crimson Tide’s championship hopes this year.Just got back from the booth calling the LSU-Texas game! Watch out for @LSUfootball in the SEC West!!! pic.twitter.com/OsrN1Iu3Ps— Kirk Herbstreit (@KirkHerbstreit) September 8, 2019LSU, 2-0, is set to host Northwestern State at home next weekend. The Tigers then play at Vanderbilt and at home against Utah State before hosting Florida in Death Valley. ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit.NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 23: GameDay host Kirk Herbstreit is seen during ESPN’s College GameDay show at Times Square on September 23, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit was on the call for LSU’s big win at Texas on Saturday night. He was a major fan of what he witnessed from the Tigers.LSU got a massive road win at Texas, as the No. 6 Tigers beat the No. 9 Longhorns, 45-38, in Austin.Joe Burrow led the way for LSU, throwing for 471 yards and four touchdowns. He overcame an early interception to have one of the best games of the year.Herbstreit was really impressed with LSU’s offense.last_img read more

Commission on Inclusive Education Named

first_img Dr. Sarah Shea, independent chair, co-appointed by government and the Nova Scotia Teachers Union Monica Williams, appointed by government Adela Njie, appointed by the Nova Scotia Teachers Union Ms. Williams and Ms. Njie will begin their work immediately. Dr. Shea will join the commission by June 1. “The work of this commission, along with the Council to Improve Classroom Conditions, is the direct result of what we have heard from teachers and parents – that changes are needed,” said Ms. Casey. “This is another example of our commitment to work with teachers and other experts to improve classrooms. We must ensure the right supports are in place for all students in our classrooms. This expert panel will examine our current approach and compare it to best practices elsewhere.” The commission will examine the model of inclusion for students. It will review current practice and policy and develop a plan that will include recommendations on improvements and goals. The recommendations will address funding, resources, professional development, and improving teaching and learning conditions. It will engage front-line teachers, parents, students, and associations, and review best practices across Canada. The commission will issue an interim report by June 30 with a final report within one year of its appointment. Three experts who will examine the model of inclusive education in Nova Scotia have been chosen for the Commission on Inclusive Education. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey announced the commission members today, March 24. They are:last_img read more