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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Madison, Wisconsin Wisconsin a Knect me local discover digital Back to school live Chat join our education reporter Doug Erickson at noon today to discuss area districts beginning a new school year Chr Bill targets teen tanning state legislator proposes measure that would prohibit minors from using the indoor Beds local. As Cobb injury not serious the receiver appears to have suffered Only a shoulder sprain in the packers preseason loss to the eagles sports. Cd Corinne Coburn Center works with fellow Amer corps members to brainstorm ways they can recruit Community members As literacy tutors in Madison schools. They were taking part in a training session wednesday at Centro hispano in Madison a partner in the tutoring Effort. This year Amer corps workers will serve 22 elementary schools full time instead of being spread across All 32 schools on a part time basis. In strategy change Amer corps members to serve fewer schools Doug Erickson derick$on�Madison.com, 608-252-6149 More Federal Amer corps members will work in Madison elementary schools this fall but they will be deployed much differently by the school District in an Effort to boost their effectiveness. There will be 22 of them this school year up from 16.5 last year. In a strategy shift they will be based full time at 22 elementary schools instead of being spread across All 32 elementary schools on a part time basis said Jessica Hankey the District s director of strategic partnerships and innovation. The Amer corps members coordinate a Large scale Volunteer tutoring project called schools of Hope which sends hundreds of trained Community members into Madison elementary schools to help students who Are struggling in Reading. Tile consolidation of Sites is one of several changes designed to make sure More elementary students Are getting at least 15 tutoring sessions during the course of a school year a key Benchmark the program fell Short on this past school year Hankey said. Based on research the District has set 15 sessions As the minimum a a dosage it considers necessary to see Long term academic gains. Classes begin tuesday for Madison elementary students As Well As for sixth please see Amer corps Page a7 immigration i looking North Walker consider Wall for Canada massive Border Structure would deter terrorists governor says Molly Beck , 608-252-6135 gov. Scott Walker said Over the weekend that ifs a a a legitimate idea to consider building a Wall Between the United states and Canada to deter terrorists. In a 30-minute taped interview with no cd so meet the press Host Chuck Todd Walker emphasized his desire to a a secure the country s Borders focusing on the Southern Border with Mexico. But when pressed by Todd Walker said extending that Effort to the country a 5,525-mile Border with Canada is Worth looking into. A Why Are we always talking about the Southern Border and a Fence there we done to talk about a Northern Border where a a a race for the 2016 presidential nomination please see Walker Page a6 obituary i Oliver sacks 82 education i literacy program trains Volunteer tutors photos by . King state journal a awakenings author inspired study of the brain Malcolm Ritter associated press Abby Dreps wears an Amer corps to shirt during a training session for Tutor coordinators at Centro hispano. Pope a stranger to us in Many Way Sfrancis visit will be his first unlike Many other foreign Catholic leaders of the past Rachel Zoll associated press new York a when Pope Francis sets foot on the Tarmac at Andrews air Force base near Washington on sept. 22, it wont just be his first time in the United states As pontiff. It will be his first time in the country Ever. The former Cardinal Jorge Mario Ber Goglio of Buenos Aires Argentina never followed the footsteps of so Many fellow roman Catholic leaders of his rank who sought to raise their profiles along with funds for missions Back Home by networking within the deeply influential and Well resourced . Church. This Gap in his resume can be explained in part by Francis personality. He was a homebody who loathed being away and Felt a profound obligation to stay near the people of his archdiocese. He also famously opposed ladder climbing condemning what he called a Airport Bishops who spend More time travelling for their own prestige or pleasure than serving their flock. Still Francis Lack of firsthand experience of the . Stands out for Many especially those struggling to absorb his unsparing critique of the excesses of global capitalism and wondering whether this first latin american Pope harbours resentment Over the history of . Policies in his native Region. Please see rope Page a7 new York Litiere was the Blind Man who had the disastrous experience of regaining his sight. The surgeon who developed a sudden passion for music after being struck by lightning. And most famously the Man who mistook his wife for a hat those stories and Many More taking the Reader to the Distant ranges of human experience came from the pen of or. Oliver sacks. Sacks 82, died sunday at his Home in new York City his assistant Kate Edgar said. In february he had announced that he please see sacks Page a6 sacks mount Mckinley to get new name Obama to officially deem North americans tallest Mountain As Denali Josh Lederman and Mark Thiessen associated press Washington president Barack Obama will change the name of North americans tallest Mountain Peak from mount Mckinley to Denali the White House said sunday a major sym Bolic gesture to Alaska natives on the eve of the presidents historic visit to Alaska. By renaming the Peak Denali an Athabasca word meaning a the High one a Obama waded into a sensitive and decades old conflict Between residents of Alaska and Ohio. Alaskans have informally called the Mountain Denali for years but the Federal government recognizes its name invoking the 25th president William Mckinley who was bom in Ohio and assassinated Early in his second term. A with our own sense of reverence for this place we Are officially renaming the Mountain Denali in recognition of the traditions of Alaska natives and the Strong support of the people of Alaska a said Interior Secretary Sally Jewell. The announcement came As Obama prepared to open a three Day visit to Alaska aimed at infusing fresh urgency into his Call to Becky Bohrer associated press archives mount Mckinley in Denali National Park Alaska was named after the 25th president William Mckinley. President Obama who visits Alaska today will please see Mckinley Page Alo rename it Denali which is what alaskans have informally called it for years. Weather att am fog mostly sunny. High 84, Low 67 comics nations world obituaries b4 opinion a8 scoreboard a6 sports All c7 cd take five television Wasj legals b3 b6 b2 iwo no Roc jots we

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