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2015/08/01 05:53
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Steve Jobs is a longtime role model for budding techies. But now he comes with an asterisk. “I look up to Steve Jobs, but I see that he started everything in a garage with a bunch of men,” said...
2015/08/01 05:53
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2015/08/01 04:38
2015/08/01 04:38
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... predecessor was at odds with the unions over teacher evaluations and standardized testing. What will be different under your tenure? The only purpose of teacher evaluations is to support...
2015/07/31 21:13
2015/07/31 21:13
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Back-to-school is the second-biggest shopping event of the year for retailers, but paying full retail prices in the typical "mall haul" is for suckers, say expert shoppers and cheapskates. Americans...
2015/07/31 19:09
2015/07/31 19:09
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If you’re in high school, or if you have kids in high school or, if you know a family with kids in high school, pay attention. Through a program called concurrent enrollment (CE), students can earn...
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2015/07/31 16:22
2015/07/31 16:22
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At Stanford University freshman orientation a few years ago, when new student Arjun and his parents met with then-dean of freshmen Julie Lythcott-Haims, Arjun didn't speak first. His father did. In...
2015/07/30 19:15
2015/07/30 19:15
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A just-published report by researchers at the New York Federal Reserve Bank confirms what many have suspected: the driving force behind sky-rocketing college tuition is the increased availability of...
2015/07/30 17:36
2015/07/30 17:36
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Gallery: Ipswich basketball club summer camp is a big successIpswich Basketball Club summer camp at Copleston sports centre Thursday, July 30, 2015 Tens of talented youngsters have been learning new...
2015/07/30 02:36
2015/07/30 02:36
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The wind started to pick up as Michael Tulipano readied himself for the first heat of the day. The 16-year-old Special Olympian didn't let the torrential downpour bother him as he jumped into the...
2015/07/29 19:58
2015/07/29 19:58
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I had a lot of summer jobs. I was a foot messenger in New York for a couple of summers. I worked as a receptionist and mail room flunky. Before my junior year of high school, I briefly sold ice cream...
2015/07/29 00:06
2015/07/29 00:06
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The famous PG Beach Burger at The Grill at Lovers Point is priced reasonably at $4.99, but too far outside a meager $10-a-day food budget to allow for indulging. (Mike Hale — Contributed) When my...
2015/07/28 16:20
2015/07/28 16:20
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College-bound students who opted not to take the ACT or SAT now have one more institution willing to consider their applications: George Washington University. “Those applying to GW for the 2016-17...
2015/07/28 15:13
2015/07/28 15:13
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STAMFORD, Conn. -- The Stamford Schools sailing team concluded its season in May, with two first place finishes in both the Silver and Gold Cup Regattas. The team, which is supported by Stamford...
2015/07/28 10:03
2015/07/28 10:03
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At a campaign stop Monday in Greenville, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) spoke about creating opportunities for families and businesses. Rubio discussed reforming tax codes and lessening regulations...
2015/07/27 15:37
2015/07/27 15:37
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The three-day festival wrapped up Sunday afternoon under a mostly sunny sky. The weather throughout the weekend was ideal, bringing out strong crowd to purchase beer, sausage sandwiches, pastries,...
2015/07/27 06:31
2015/07/27 06:31
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Supporting hospitals Grocer helps kids: GIANT Food Stores and Martin’s Food Markets customers donated $563,683 through the grocers’ annual Children’s Miracle Network $1 paper balloon campaign, which...
2015/07/27 04:03
2015/07/27 04:03
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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- It was the kind of event Cesar Sanchez Jr. would have reveled in -- an energetic basketball tournament, with a deejay calling the play-by-play, and a crowd gripping the fence...
2015/07/26 07:57
2015/07/26 07:57
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Jazz saxophonist Gerald Albright will headline a concert at 8 p.m. Saturday at Wildwood Park for the Arts, 20919 Denny Road, Little Rock. The show caps the week-long fifth annual "A Work of Art," a...
2015/07/25 01:16
2015/07/25 01:16
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US President Barack Obama says he can't rap. Photo/AP He can croon the blues. He can belt out gospel. But Barack Obama draws the line at rap. "My rapping skills are terrible," Obama told a crowd of...
2015/07/24 23:54
2015/07/24 23:54
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WASHINGTON, D.C. (WFAA) - Devon Adelman and Megan Bomgaars both have Down syndrome, but they want everyone to know that's not even half of their story. Adelman, an 18-year-old from Seattle, was a...
2015/07/24 21:19
2015/07/24 21:19
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The first lady was joined by E!'s own Terrence Jenkins, rapper Wale and more than 130 college-bound students at the White House to discuss tackling obstacles in school and the importance of education...
2015/08/01 05:53
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