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2014/08/20 12:05
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... for the Barbarians," by Lewis Lapham, is a book of scatological profundities about contemporary circumstances in post-modern America. They are told so eloquently and so exquisitely that it...
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2014/08/20 11:39
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Louisiana’s average score on a test of college readiness dipped for the second consecutive year, and remains among the lowest in the nation. However, state Superintendent of Education John White told...
2014/08/20 11:22
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... Rejecting a push from Gov. Pat McCrory and Speaker Thom Tillis, the Republican-majority House voted Tuesday to kill a two-part bill that would have expanded job incentives for some companies while...
2014/08/20 10:30
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Pretoria — Eight South African students will be departing to Ireland on 26 August to pursue their post-graduate studies in various fields. It is hoped that the students, on their return in a year's...
2014/08/20 09:41
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... August 20, 2014 By Jimmy Woulfe Mid-West Correspondent Going back to the days of ‘digs’ could help beat the current accommodation shortage facing students enrolling in Dublin’s...
2014/08/20 07:13
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Temple University said Tuesday it will no longer require prospective students to submit a standardized test score when they apply, joining a small but growing group of schools that believe...
2014/08/20 07:00
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Grantland Johnson, a trailblazing Sacramento politician who rose in rank while staying in touch with his community roots as a city councilman, county supervisor and top health official in state and...
2014/08/20 06:37
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... find a dynamic, transformational leader for that campus,” said John Fennebresque, the UNC Board of Governors chairman, in an interview. ECSU faced the possibility of closure this summer when the...
2014/08/20 05:18
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Charles County Public Schools officials say they hope to expand the Bring Your Own Device program to every school in the system by the end of the school year. BYOD, piloted at an elementary, a middle...
2014/08/20 04:58
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For the second practice day of the 2014 season, young football players at Sacramento Charter High School stuck to the fundamentals. Dressed in shorts and T-shirts – no pads yet – they practiced...
2014/08/20 04:33
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... chosen from a record 31,331 applicants. They hail from 94 North Carolina counties, 38 states and the District of Columbia and 24 countries. An additional 800 students are joining the Carolina...
2014/08/20 04:30
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FERGUSON, MO. — The police shooting of Michael Brown was the spark. But the tinder fueling the anger and resentment that has exploded in Ferguson, Mo., has been building for decades. Like Detroit,...
2014/08/20 01:43
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Business leaders say they are encouraged by the chance to partner with Louisiana colleges and universities to help build the state’s workforce with a new $40 million pool of state money. But it...
2014/08/19 22:25
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The Department of Agriculture has released its annual report on the cost of raising children, and the upshot is what you probably already know: It's expensive. This does not — as every article on the...
2014/08/19 21:34
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Each student in Oregon deserves a high quality education and a clear pathway to a career. In my role leading Oregon's unified system of education from birth through college and career, I work with the...
2014/08/19 21:28
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Growing numbers of Chinese migrants heading to CanterburyWednesday, 20 August 2014, 9:24 amPress Release: University of Canterbury Growing numbers of Chinese tourists, students and migrants heading to...
2014/08/19 19:36
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Youngsters like Kerrie Maleski, Kayley Schoonmaker, Matt Rubel, and Will Tully are part of a major trend in Minnesota. They are among the growing number of students in Minnesota’s two-year community...
2014/08/19 18:53
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Common Core debate rages on as testimony continues Supporters and opponents of Common Core education standards swarmed the Statehouse today as a House committee heard a second day of testimony on a...
2014/08/19 17:59
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... knowledge Employer searches for workers with skills in science, technology, engineering and math remain slow and expensive. Meanwhile, unemployed workers lacking those so-called STEM...
2014/08/19 15:49
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Is the Common Core on its way in — or out? Proponents and opponents are so sharply divided that an assessment of the standards’ prospects depends on whom you ask. The national academic standards...
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