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The Border Mail
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsthe potential to name and shame. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High
The problem with how we measure success in schools
The Border Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
the potential to name and shame. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High School, students are beating drums as part of a program that combines music with therapy. The steady rhythm and varied intensity of the drum beat is providing... Read more
16h
Raw Story
Here’s why society still shames women for breastfeeding in public — and scorns moms who don’tIn Christianity, to witness the Virgin Mary lactating and nursing – whether in
Here’s why society still shames women for breastfeeding in public — and scorns moms who don’t
Raw Story / Posted 16 hours ago
In Christianity, to witness the Virgin Mary lactating and nursing – whether in a vision, in real historical time, or in art – has been seen as a blessing for 1,000 years.Bernard of Clairvaux drinks the milk of the Virgin Mary.Wikimedia... Read more
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examiner.com
Artist spotlight: Aushra ChapskaArtist Aushra Chapska was born in Vilnius, Lithuania and graduated from the Aca
Artist spotlight: Aushra Chapska
examiner.com / Posted 3 days ago
Artist Aushra Chapska was born in Vilnius, Lithuania and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in 1993. She is a proud member of the Lithuanian Union of Artists (graphic arts) and the Lithuanian Club of Bookplate Creators since 1999. Aushra is an... Read more
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The Atlantic
How the World Worksand business faculties, brought me unexpected good luck. Like several other Jap
How the World Works
The Atlantic / Posted 5 days ago
and business faculties, brought me unexpected good luck. Like several other Japanese universities, Hitotsubashi is almost heartbreaking in its cuteness. The road from the station to the main campus is lined with cherry trees, and my feet stirred up... Read more
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DW
Searching for connectivity in Germany's wi-fi desert, the Protestant Church sets up 'Godspots' |Modern miracles do exist, it seems, and Germany's Protestant Church just proved
Searching for connectivity in Germany's wi-fi desert, the Protestant Church sets up 'Godspots' |
DW / Posted 10 days ago
Modern miracles do exist, it seems, and Germany's Protestant Church just proved it: a number of its churches in Berlin and the surrounding area are going to start offering free wi-fi. Compared to other high-tech countries around the world, Germany... Read more
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Western Advocate
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsthe potential to name and shame. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High
The problem with how we measure success in schools
Western Advocate / Posted 13 days ago
the potential to name and shame. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High School, students are beating drums as part of a program that combines music with therapy. The steady rhythm and varied intensity of the drum beat is providing... Read more
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CBS News
Morley Safer: A Reporter's Lifeanyone else. As a traveler, he holds some sort of record, taking planes, trains
Morley Safer: A Reporter's Life
CBS News / Posted 15 days ago
anyone else. As a traveler, he holds some sort of record, taking planes, trains, boats, even bicycles to the ends of the Earth, often visiting more than once. By the time he was 35, he'd covered news in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
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The Young Witness
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
The Young Witness / Posted 15 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
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Western Advocate
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
Western Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
16 related stories
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The Age
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsIn a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High School, students are beating drum
The problem with how we measure success in schools
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High School, students are beating drums as part of a program that combines music with therapy. The steady rhythm and varied intensity of the drum beat is providing relief from trauma for students who have seen... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsIn a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High School, students are beating drum
The problem with how we measure success in schools
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High School, students are beating drums as part of a program that combines music with therapy. The steady rhythm and varied intensity of the drum beat is providing relief from trauma for students who have seen... Read more
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The Courier
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
16 related stories
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The Young Witness
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
The Young Witness / Posted 16 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
16 related stories
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Western Advocate
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
Western Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
16 related stories
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Kiama Independent
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
Kiama Independent / Posted 16 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
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Manning River Times
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
Manning River Times / Posted 16 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 16 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
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The North West Star
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
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The Border Mail
The problem with how we measure success in schoolsStandardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Au
The problem with how we measure success in schools
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
Standardised test results hide widespread decline in academic performance of Australian students, but the NSW Department of Education is quietly working on a more sophisticated measure of school success. In a demountable classroom at Cabramatta High... Read more
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Daily Mail
Sunderland 3-0 Everton: Sam Allardyce's side secure safetywould have been gone quicker than Aston Villa. Allardyce has raised that to 1.2
Sunderland 3-0 Everton: Sam Allardyce's side secure safety
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
would have been gone quicker than Aston Villa. Allardyce has raised that to 1.2 points per game. Had he been in from the start, Sunderland would be where Everton and Watford are now, and comfortable. Patrick van Aanholt pictured celebrating... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Briefly in the artscall 972-221-7469 or visit www.GLCT.org. Two students win top honors in annual
Briefly in the arts
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 30 days ago
call 972-221-7469 or visit www.GLCT.org. Two students win top honors in annual exhibit Students in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas will exhibit work at the 56th annual Voertman Student Art Competition and... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
| Denton Record Chronicle | News for Denton County, Texascall 972-221-7469 or visit www.GLCT.org. Two students win top honors in annual
| Denton Record Chronicle | News for Denton County, Texas
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 30 days ago
call 972-221-7469 or visit www.GLCT.org. Two students win top honors in annual exhibit Students in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas will exhibit work at the 56th annual Voertman Student Art Competition and... Read more
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CBS Sports
Laremy Tunsil headlines the list of top 100 prospectsin the draft. Frankly: Exactly what teams look for in the pass-happy NFL -- a
Laremy Tunsil headlines the list of top 100 prospects
CBS Sports / Posted 1 months ago
in the draft. Frankly: Exactly what teams look for in the pass-happy NFL -- a big, reliable blocker to protect the quarterback's blind side, a need that was painfully obvious for Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton in Super Bowl 50.... Read more

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