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When moral policing trumps sex education
... 19 April 2015 As of today, I am certain that most of you would have read the news on Malaysian Islamic Development Department’s (Jakim) new set of regulations for stage...
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Malaysian Islamic Development Department
Kiwi culture shock but it’s all good
A kiwi is treated at Massey University’s veterinary teaching hospital. BEFORE any international students can settle in after moving to New Zealand (NZ) for higher education, there is likely to be...
Read more at The Borneo Post
More schools offer breakfast in classroom, but op...
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The number of breakfasts served in the nation's schools has doubled in the last two decades, a surge driven largely by a change in how districts deliver the food. Instead of...
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The Brown and White
The News & Observer
KOB 4 Albuquerque
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UCLA Community School
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Los Angeles Unified School District
We’re teaching our kids wrong: Steve Jobs and Bil...
... focus change much when Bush finally left office. In 2008 Barack Obama replaced George Bush in the White House and named Arne Duncan secretary of education. Many people interested in schools...
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Thomas L. Friedman
The New York Times
Paranicas: Stopping the ‘brain drain’ is key to r...
Sitting alone at the head of a conference table at the HealthCare Institute of New Jersey's New Brunswick office, CEO and President Dean J. Paranicas underscored a potential threat to the often-touted...
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It's just not bon: Raymond Blanc joins campaign a...
RAYMOND Blanc has backed a campaign to halt the closure of community hospital kitchens in Oxfordshire. The chef, who runs Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons at Great Milton, is one of 16 high-profile...
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John Radcliffe Hospital
Kudlow: Hillary needs to get her JFK on
... targeted tax cuts. But Kennedy insisted on lower tax rates that would create much higher rewards for work, saving, and investment. And Kennedy argued that his lower tax-rate...
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Colorado Rapids ironman Drew Moor's long road bac...
Beginning in their MLS Cup-winning season in 2010, Moor was a Colorado Rapids mainstay, registering at least 30 starts in four straight seasons. He was on pace to hit that number again last...
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The 10 Absolute Worst States To Retire In
Tennessee's cost of living is the second lowest in the country, just behind Oklahoma, according to data collected from the Council for Community and Economic Research. And the Tax Foundation puts...
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Federal Bureau of Investigation
U.S. Census Bureau
McCrory pitches ‘strategic, visonary’ bond packag...
Gov. Pat McCrory said Friday he will urge the legislature to let North Carolinians vote in November on a pair of bond proposals that would have the state borrow $2.85 billion, to take advantage of low...
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University of North Carolina
Michael Bublé Posts A Photo Of A Woman's Butt, Fa...
Runk is the star of a May 2013 H&M swimwear campaign that gained widespread media attention for not relegating the gorgeous size 12 model to the "plus-size" pages of their website. In an interview...
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Fitch Rates Cleveland MSD, OH's Qualified ULTGO S...
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fitch Ratings has assigned the following program rating of 'AA' to the following Cleveland Municipal School District OH's (CMSD, or the district) unlimited tax general...
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Superbugs: What They Are and How You Get Them
April 17, 2015 -- Imagine being sick in the hospital with a bacterial infection and doctors can't stop it from spreading. This so-called "superbug" scenario is not science fiction. It's an urgent,...
Read more at FOX 16 Little Rock
Spring Allergy Season Could Be a Bloomin' Nightma...
Serena Gordon HealthDay Reporter "The allergy season has been slow to start this year, but now we're seeing a high pollen count from trees. They're all pollinating together. This will be a heavy...
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Clinical Immunology Faculty Practice Associates
New York City
Mount Sinai Hospital
Corbett Fish House a catch for Camas
... Portland in 2002 and just recently opened its first Washington location here in Clark County. The fish house proudly offers a 100 percent gluten-free menu and uses high-quality fish. With...
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Gaurapad Rewards Loyalty
It was a period to celebrate loyal participants in the Gaurapad empowerment scheme as longstanding marketers of Gaurapad health products were rewarded recently in Lagos. Writes Mary Ekah In keeping...
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Tony Baird on leading for success: To be best you...
Tony Baird founded Tony Baird Electronics and is the company's president and CEO. He is a service-disabled veteran of the U.S. Army and used his military experience as a satellite communications...
Read more at The Post-Standard
Christian Brothers Academy
United States Army
University of Dayton
BKS Education Foundation Launched
Residents of Nyor-Butuo and its environs near the Ivorian border with Liberia in Nimba County were excited over the weekend when they witnessed a ceremony marking the official launch of the Benjamin...
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Ministry of Youth and Sports
Kicking Into Gear: Shusterman to Run Pre-K Progra...
... summer begins, college students and toddlers alike will gather at MacDonough Elementary School for the Kindergarten Kickstart, a pre-K summer education...
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Family Resource Center
Good news on the job market
Perhaps more appropriately, there are jobs that really drive an economy and sustain growth, and there are jobs that exist to fulfill a need, but add little more to the economy. The good news for...
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Mackinac Center for Public Policy
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