(AP Photo/Matt Rourke) By Bob Grotz, firstname.lastname@example.org , @BobGrotz on Twitter Posted: # Comments The Buffalo Bills want to interview Eagles offensive coordinator Frank Reich for their head coaching job, according to reports. discover thisReich, 55, interviewed for the Bills job in 2015 according before giving it to Rex Ryan, according to the Buffalo News. Ryan was fired after guiding the Bills to a 15-16 record in two seasons. Reich played nine seasons with the Bills ending in 1994. He guided the squad to a 4-4 record as a starter, throwing 18 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. Reich rallied the Bills from a 35-3 deficit in the third quarter to a 41-38 overtime win over the Houston Oilers in the playoffs following the 1992 season. It was the greatest comeback in the history of the league. Full ArticlePederson didnt rule out changes to his coaching staff after the Eagles closed the season with a 27-13 win over the Cowboys. Im going to evaluate everything, Pederson said.
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In creating the new campus, Sprott Shaw also recognizes Surrey as a rapidly growing centre for international students and has seen a large increase in enrolment since the new campus was announced. Accessibility was a major consideration in locating the new campus within a three-minute walk from the King George SkyTrain station. “We have seen an explosion of international students with a two hundred percent increase between Q1 F2016 and Q1 F2017. This is coupled with continuing growth in the domestic student population,” observed Patrick Dang. “Surrey has become a hub for the education programs international students seek to gain the required skills necessary for building a future in Canada.” Collaboration with universities in many world centres has resulted in a huge increase in international students wanting to study abroad taking jobs-based programs featuring practicums, internships and co-operative learning experiences with prospective employers. An international office has been established inside the Sprott Shaw Surrey campus to specifically cater to the needs of international students, such as travel, accommodation and community information. The new Surrey campus offers courses delivered in morning, afternoon and evening classes with international students choosing business management, digital and social marketing as well as health care education options. “Recent demand for healthcare graduates is now at an all-time high and our students are getting jobs at a faster rate in the healthcare sector than any other sector today,” commented Patrick Dang. “Our new campus has allowed us to optimize our delivery of programs such as practical nursing, healthcare attendants, early childhood care as well as social and community support worker training.” In an unprecedented regulatory decision, the health care attendant and practical nursing programs have been licensed for five years instead of one. This reflects high completion numbers and national exam pass rates for Sprott Shaw students. “Students can expect to enjoy a campus that is conducive to higher learning and a rewarding experience while gaining relevant skills for meaningful jobs,” continued Patrick Dang.
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