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Evans principal takes student needs personally
When students at Evans High School talk with Principal Jenny Gibson-Linkh about the things getting in the way of their studies, she really understands. Their principal had to sneak behind her...
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West Orange High School
Monday Musings: High school sports are seasonal, ...
UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma is usually right on point. The best women’s coach in the land who coaches the best team in the land hasn’t been wrong often. But I think he is now. Some...
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Legislators address state budget deficit, educati...
Legislators address state budget deficit, education Legislators typically enjoy any opportunity to meet with constituents. Events like Friday’s joint Shawnee and Tecumseh Chamber of Commerce...
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Rainy Day Fund
NY Times Columnist Takes on College Admission Man...
There was a standing room only crowd at the Westport Library today for a talk by bestselling author and New York Times columnist Frank Bruni. He challenges the importance many place on attending elite...
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New York Times
We’re educating our kids all wrong: The progressi...
Now, we progressive educators have no objections to accountability, per se. Scientists have shown that the occasional test can help students learn. It’s also clear to us that some teachers, schools,...
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Girls soccer: Scouting Lake County
Last season: 7-12-1, lost to Crystal Lake Central in Class 2A regional semifinal Top players lost: Erin Boban, Callie Calamia, Carson Sparkman, Maggie Wehde Top returning players: Karleen Gomez Sr....
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New Jersey Herald
Stamford Bulletin Board
ARI's `Walk for Independence' coming in May ARI of Connecticut Inc. will hold its ninth annual Walk for Independence on May 3 at Cove Island Park. The three-mile walk will raise funds to support ARI...
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Boys & Girls Club
1 Valley Board of Education tables purchase of sc...
STERLING —The RE-1 Valley Board of Education decided to table approval of the purchase of science materials following presentations by District Science Committee members Monday. Assistant...
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High schools look to college and vocational train...
Inside the classrooms at New Haven Academy, students take the usual slate of high school classes, as well as a more unusual offering: a four-year progression of courses designed to teach students to...
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New Haven Academy
DEBORAH SIMMONS: Harry Reid’s war against women
... Pay attention to California Attorney General Kamala Harris, a Senate candidate who has an unbelievable task on her shoulders. How she simultaneously handles her job and runs her race will determine...
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Pa. needs to hit the brakes on overspending
While reading the March 9 Sentinel, I noticed the headline: $3 billion budget gap ball bounces into GOP's court. The article states that the GOP, which controls both chambers of the Pa. legislature,...
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Murder victim's mother demands justice: 'Nobody u...
The Richmond Sheriff's office is launching an investigation after NBC12 showed them cellphone video of a deputy allegedly getting into a cursing match with a family. The incident happened after a...
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$43K buys a private jet to college visits
A private jet company hopes to ease stress for families visiting multiple colleges—if they can shell out $43,500. Magellan Jets will offer 10-hour flight cards for college-bound students starting at...
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ERA Central Realty Group offering scholarship to ...
At ERA Central Realty Group, they are more than just people who sell houses. They are there when your family grows and when the children leave the nest. They are there when your job has relocated you...
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Into the Black: Johnny Jewel's Dark Disco Empire
A couple of weeks later, Jewel and I meet for brunch at Pacific Dining Car, which is noir in a touristy kind of way, a place you’d take a visitor if they insisted on recreating an L.A. Confidential...
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Billions in college financial aid goes untouched
A recent study revealed college students have left billions of dollars in financial aid on the table. The study, conducted by Nerdwallet.com, found $2.9 billion of government-funded financial aid...
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New Luzerne County Youth Aid panelists sworn in
WILKES-BARRE — Juvenile Court Judge William Amesbury paused for a moment before addressing 17 of the newest Luzerne County’s Youth Aid panelists, participating in the program designed to divert first...
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SAN ANGELO, Texas - College enrollment in West Texas has been weighed down by energy sector career opportunities recently, but Robert Duncan, chancellor of the Texas Tech University System, thinks...
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Angelo State University
PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Prince Jackson smokes rolled u...
PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Prince Jackson, 18, smokes rolled up cigarette in the company of a friend and his bodyguard His late father Michael Jackson famously sang about being a force to be reckoned in his...
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Medical Foundation doctors issue advice on youth ...
The Palo Alto Medical Foundation pediatrics department took an unprecedented step into the community debate on teen well-being, offering strong recommendations on several factors they see as key to...
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