Kathryn Glass, Daniel Rosenheck

Kathryn Mutchler Glass and Daniel Kenneth Rosenheck were married Feb. 19 at Rosell Boher Lodge, a hotel and vineyard in Mendoza, Argentina. Juan Pablo Morales, a justice of the peace in Mendoza, officiated. On Feb. 17, the couple took part in a celebration ceremony at Finca Decero, a winery in Mendoza. Adam Shapiro, a friend…

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Allison Ambrosio, Bryant Conkling

Allison Jane Ambrosio and Bryant Mitchell Conkling were married Feb. 22 at District Winery, a restaurant and events space in Washington. The Rev. Anne Flynn, an Episcopal deacon and friend of the bride’s family, officiated. Ms. Ambrosio, 31, is a senior program manager at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, a health care research funding organization…

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Emily Boening, AJ Boyes

Emily Ann Boening and Alan Robert MacGregor Boyes were married Feb. 22 at the Fathom Gallery, an events space in Washington. Michael Kelley, a friend of the couple, received authorization from the District of Columbia to officiate. The bride, 35, is a foreign affairs officer in the counterterrorism bureau at the Department of State in…

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Chiara Campana, Cameron Kemal

Chiara Campana and Dr. Cameron Joseph Kemal were married Feb. 22 at Our Lady of Pompeii Church in New York. The Rev. Angelo Plodari, a Roman Catholic priest, officiated, with the Rev. Michael Simone, also a Roman Catholic priest, participating. Ms. Campana, 29, is pursuing a Ph.D. in biomedical sciences in the department of pharmacology…

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Christiana Gavis, Jeffrey Hall

Christiana Rose Gavis and Jeffrey Aaron Hall were married Feb. 22 at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington. Dr. Bobby Jamieson, a Baptist pastor, officiated. Ms. Gavis, 32, is a management consultant at Deloitte Consulting in McLean, Va. She graduated from the University of Virginia, and received an M.B.A. from U.C.L.A. She is a daughter…

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UK special school pupils ‘treated differently’, following removal of standardized assessments

Following the recent withdrawal of standardized assessments, children with intellectual disabilities at special schools in the UK are again being treated differently to children at mainstream schools, says a new study from researchers at The Open University. Published in Disability & Society, the peer-reviewed research shows there is currently no national progress levels for children…

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