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  • Keeping it real: How to engage ‘experienced learners’
    You’re likely to be picturing a traditional classroom setting with students sitting in orderly rows of desks that face the front of the room, a thick textbook sitting open on each desk with a teacher standing in front of the students delivering instruction.However, it is far from an accurate depiction of an appropriate setting for adult learning given the significant life experience that adults bring to learning opportunities.
  • Kraft deal puts more pressure on low-growth foodmakers
    NORTHFIELD -- The looming merger of Kraft Foods Group Inc. and H.J. Heinz is ratcheting up the pressure on other foodmakers to shape up or seek deals of their own.
  • Elgin downtown taxpayers clash with city over spending
    ELGIN -- Downtown property owners near  the Spring Street parking deck complain they paid additional taxes for more than a decade after the parking deck's construction costs were paid off and that they have no say in how those additional taxes are being spent. About 90 pieces of property were affected by the tax.
    
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Elgin parking garage tax debate
Grace Richard and several other owners of 90 parcels in downtown Elgin have been paying taxes for a parking deck more than decade after the construction debt was retired.
Elgin parking garage tax debate
Grace Richard and several other owners of 90 parcels in downtown Elgin have been paying taxes for a parking deck more than decade after the construction debt was retired.
An interview with Felipe Calderon
Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon speaks at Judson University in Elgin.
Comptroller speaks to business group
Illinois Comptroller Leslie Munger speaks to the Schaumburg Business Association.
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