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Jet crashes in Alps, 148 on board; 'no survivors' expected
A passenger jet carrying 148 people crashed today in the French Alps as it flew from Barcelona to Duesseldorf, authorities said. As search-and-rescue teams raced to the remote region, France's president warned that no survivors were expected.
Eric Ciotti, the head of the regional council in southeast France, said the crash site was at Meolans-Revels, near the popular ski resort of Pra Loup.
The Germanwings Airbus A320 plane sent out a distress signal at 10:45 am local time then crashed in a mountainous zone at an altitude of about 6,550 feet, said Pierre-Henry Brandet, the French Interior Ministry spokesman.
Brandet told BFM television that he expected "an extremely long and extremely difficult" search and rescue operation because of the area's remoteness.
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National Superintendent of the Year shares his secrets with SouthCoast
Superintendent Alberto Carvalho of Miami-Dade County Public Schools, the fourth largest school district in the country, spoke at UMass Dartmouth during a public forum Monday. The meeting was attended by several school and public officials. Consul of Portugal Pedro Carneiro and Senator Michael Rodrigues, D-Westport, also spoke.
Carvalho was the 2014 National Superintendent of the Year, and is credited with raising the graduation rate from about 60 percent to about 90 percent in some schools in the district, which serves almost 350,000 students. During his speech, Carvalho discussed four elements of educational transformation.
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New Bedford city councilor seeking change to state ethics law
Ward 3 City Councilor Henry Bousquet said Monday that he might not seek reelection later this year if he's unable to change or get an exemption to a state ethics law that has prevented him from receiving a council paycheck since April 2014.
The conflict of interest law relates to Bousquet's job as a culinary arts instructor at Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School, where he has worked full-time for the past eight years.
The law prohibits public employees who also serve in municipal government from receiving two public paychecks.
Bousquet said his council position would have paid him $21,000 over the past year, had he been able to take the checks.
"I'd like (the state) to add an exemption for regional school district employees," Bousquet said. "If I can't get it fixed, then I'm not going to be able to run, because I can't continue to put this kind of strain on my family."
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