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The Columbus Dispatch
Humanities at OSU had a slow start Letters Policy Submit Your Letter Also in Opinion The Feb. 6 Dispatch arti
Humanities at OSU had a slow start
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 3 minutes ago
Letters Policy Submit Your Letter Also in Opinion The Feb. 6 Dispatch article “Falling enrollments mean less cash for OSU programs” reported evidence cited by humanities faculty of bias toward STEM (science,... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Brummett online: Not ready to hatch yetIt is not nearly time to set the general election matchup. Let’s not even thin
Brummett online: Not ready to hatch yet
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 59 minutes ago
It is not nearly time to set the general election matchup. Let’s not even think at this point of penciling-in Republican Donald Trump against Democrat Bernie Sanders with billionaire independent Michael Bloomberg in the race because of the great gap... Read more
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Medical News Today
A math test a day keeps the weight away, by activating brown fatThe mild stress caused by anticipation of a math test can raise cortisol levels
A math test a day keeps the weight away, by activating brown fat
Medical News Today / Posted an hour ago
The mild stress caused by anticipation of a math test can raise cortisol levels and stimulate brown fat to produce heat. The findings, which could have implications for treating obesity, are published in Experimental Physiology. Can mild stress help... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Education Insider: BB gun rampage will cost Columbus taxpayers Read Bill Bush and Mary Mogan Edwards’ Education Insider column on Wednesdays
Education Insider: BB gun rampage will cost Columbus taxpayers
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted an hour ago
Read Bill Bush and Mary Mogan Edwards’ Education Insider column on Wednesdays. Education databases You'll shoot your eye out, kid. The West Mound Elementary BB-gun sniper struck again... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
Free condoms for 13-year-old boys and girlsIf you discovered someone in your neighborhood was handing out condoms to 13 ye
Free condoms for 13-year-old boys and girls
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted an hour ago
If you discovered someone in your neighborhood was handing out condoms to 13 year-olds, what would you do? You might call the police. Unless, of course, you are in San Francisco where you might notify the public schools they have competition. San... Read more
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Brisbane Times
STEAM: How art can help our maths studentsMaxim Adams and Zelda Winestock with Cindy Lawrence (centre) and some of the st
STEAM: How art can help our maths students
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
Maxim Adams and Zelda Winestock with Cindy Lawrence (centre) and some of the students' art pieces. Photo: Janie Barrett A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students... Read more
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The Age
STEAM: How art can help our maths studentsMaxim Adams and Zelda Winestock with Cindy Lawrence (centre) and some of the st
STEAM: How art can help our maths students
The Age / Posted an hour ago
Maxim Adams and Zelda Winestock with Cindy Lawrence (centre) and some of the students' art pieces. Photo: Janie Barrett A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students... Read more
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WA Today
STEAM: How art can help our maths studentsMaxim Adams and Zelda Winestock with Cindy Lawrence (centre) and some of the st
STEAM: How art can help our maths students
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
Maxim Adams and Zelda Winestock with Cindy Lawrence (centre) and some of the students' art pieces. Photo: Janie Barrett A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students... Read more
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Salon.com
Ted Cruz believes in nothing: The fundamentalist charlatan craves power above all elseThis piece originally appeared on We found ourselves this week talking about t
Ted Cruz believes in nothing: The fundamentalist charlatan craves power above all else
Salon.com / Posted 2 hours ago
This piece originally appeared on We found ourselves this week talking about two very different guys, both born in Canada, who skated to triumph thanks to their fans. If you follow hockey, you have already guessed the name of one of them: John... Read more
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The Columbia County News-Times
Columbia County STAR student to be named ThursdayColumbia County’s STAR students and teachers will be recognized during a recept
Columbia County STAR student to be named Thursday
The Columbia County News-Times / Posted 2 hours ago
Columbia County’s STAR students and teachers will be recognized during a reception in their honor Thursday night at the Harlem Women’s Club. One student from each of the county’s public high schools, along with one student each from Augusta... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Analysis: Sanders’ Next Must-Win Conquest — Al SharptonBernies Sanders (L) with Sylvia Woods, owner of Sylvia's in Harlem (photomontag
Analysis: Sanders’ Next Must-Win Conquest — Al Sharpton
The Jewish Press / Posted 2 hours ago
Bernies Sanders (L) with Sylvia Woods, owner of Sylvia's in Harlem (photomontage). “If Sanders is truly going to become a Barack Obama-style Clinton-slayer of 2016, he knows he’s going to need to start racking up Obama-level support among non-white... Read more
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Calgary Sun
About 150 Syrian refugee children already in Ottawa schoolsLess than two months after Syrian refugee families started to arrive in Ottawa,
About 150 Syrian refugee children already in Ottawa schools
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 hours ago
Less than two months after Syrian refugee families started to arrive in Ottawa, about 150 children are already settling into local classrooms. The first refugee children started to arrive in Ottawa schools shortly after the Christmas break. So far,... Read more
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The Auto Channel
Ford Driving Dreams to Launch in San Antonio with $50,000 in Scholarships for Eligible Senior High School StudentsFord Driving Dreams to Launch in San Antonio with $50,000 in Scholarships for E
Ford Driving Dreams to Launch in San Antonio with $50,000 in Scholarships for Eligible Senior High School Students
The Auto Channel / Posted 2 hours ago
Ford Driving Dreams to Launch in San Antonio with $50,000 in Scholarships for Eligible Senior High School Students SAN ANTONIO, TX - February 9, 2016: San Antonio Ford Dealers and Ford Motor Company Fund announced $50,000 in Ford Driving Dreams... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
STEAM: How art can help maths studentsThe "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into ST
STEAM: How art can help maths students
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
The "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into STEM. A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students integrate art with maths and science in an... Read more
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The Young Witness
STEAM: How art can help maths studentsThe "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into ST
STEAM: How art can help maths students
The Young Witness / Posted 3 hours ago
The "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into STEM. A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students integrate art with maths and science in an... Read more
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Western Advocate
STEAM: How art can help maths studentsThe "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into ST
STEAM: How art can help maths students
Western Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
The "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into STEM. A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students integrate art with maths and science in an... Read more
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Kiama Independent
STEAM: How art can help maths studentsThe "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into ST
STEAM: How art can help maths students
Kiama Independent / Posted 3 hours ago
The "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into STEM. A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students integrate art with maths and science in an... Read more
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Manning River Times
STEAM: How art can help maths studentsThe "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into ST
STEAM: How art can help maths students
Manning River Times / Posted 3 hours ago
The "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into STEM. A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students integrate art with maths and science in an... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
STEAM: How art can help maths studentsThe "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into ST
STEAM: How art can help maths students
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 3 hours ago
The "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into STEM. A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students integrate art with maths and science in an... Read more
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The Lumberjack
Why did you choose your science major?By Jeff Gardner Question: Why did you choose your science related major? Dako
Why did you choose your science major?
The Lumberjack / Posted 3 hours ago
By Jeff Gardner Question: Why did you choose your science related major? Dakota Stewart, astrophysics, sophomore “I was originally an art major, and in a music history class I learned about the formulas found in music. Math pops up a lot in... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Tuesday, Feb. 9 high school sports resultsAllen Park Inter-city Baptist 63, Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 37: Garrett Kr
Tuesday, Feb. 9 high school sports results
Detroit Free Press / Posted 3 hours ago
Allen Park Inter-city Baptist 63, Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 37: Garrett Kraatz led Allen Park (10-5, 5-4 MIAC Blue) with 22 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists. Brady Fressel also added 17 points. Oakland’s Eric Unger scored 12 points. Oakland... Read more
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The North West Star
STEAM: How art can help maths studentsThe "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into ST
STEAM: How art can help maths students
The North West Star / Posted 3 hours ago
The "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into STEM. A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students integrate art with maths and science in an... Read more
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Daily Liberal
STEAM: How art can help maths studentsThe "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into ST
STEAM: How art can help maths students
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 hours ago
The "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into STEM. A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students integrate art with maths and science in an... Read more
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The Alpena News
RONALD BRUCE BRINKMr. Brink was born the son of the late George and Julia Brink of Plymouth, Mich
RONALD BRUCE BRINK
The Alpena News / Posted 3 hours ago
Mr. Brink was born the son of the late George and Julia Brink of Plymouth, Mich., on Feb. 5, 1927. He married Ellen Smith on April 10, 1948. She preceded him in death on Sept. 14, 1983. On June 6, 1987, he married the former Jean Kosinski. Mr. Brink... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
STEAM: How art can help our maths studentsMaxim Adams and Zelda Winestock with Cindy Lawrence (centre) and some of the st
STEAM: How art can help our maths students
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
Maxim Adams and Zelda Winestock with Cindy Lawrence (centre) and some of the students' art pieces. Photo: Janie Barrett A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
STEAM: How art can help maths studentsThe "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into ST
STEAM: How art can help maths students
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
The "elegance and beauty" of maths - a Sydney school is putting the art into STEM. A Sydney school has appointed the nation's first science, technology, engineering, art and maths director to help students integrate art with maths and science in an... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
Clouds & MountainsMacon Terry is no stranger to Front Range music fans. He's handled bass guitar
Clouds & Mountains
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 3 hours ago
Macon Terry is no stranger to Front Range music fans. He's handled bass guitar duties for Paper Bird and Gregory Alan Isakov, co-founded The River Arkansas with the Haunted Windchimes' Mike Clark, and is now fronting his own band, .... Read more
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Yahoo News
Why Aren't Black Students Picking Majors That Lead to High-Paying Jobs? Ask a group of high school seniors what they're sick of being asked about c
Why Aren't Black Students Picking Majors That Lead to High-Paying Jobs?
Yahoo News / Posted 3 hours ago
Ask a group of high school seniors what they're sick of being asked about college, and they'll likely... Read more
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The Chronicle
Two set to graduate in first class of environmental engineersThe program—offered through the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department—wa
Two set to graduate in first class of environmental engineers
The Chronicle / Posted 3 hours ago
The program—offered through the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department—was launched under former dean of the Pratt School of Engineering Tom Katsouleas in Fall 2013. The major seeks to combine chemistry and biological science with public health... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Finance Committee makes cuts as it divides up the last of its spring money Cain Twyman Published 41 minutes ago With less than $50,000 left for the seme
Finance Committee makes cuts as it divides up the last of its spring money
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 4 hours ago
Cain Twyman Published 41 minutes ago With less than $50,000 left for the semester and 18 student organizations asking for about $126,000 on Tuesday, Student Congress's... Read more
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The New Ulm Journal
Saying goodbye to the 50sPhew, I'm glad that's over. I'm turning 60, and let me tell you, the 50s were n
Saying goodbye to the 50s
The New Ulm Journal / Posted 4 hours ago
Phew, I'm glad that's over. I'm turning 60, and let me tell you, the 50s were no piece of cake. Graying hair, wrinkles, creaking knees, fading memorythe sixties have to be better than that! The 50s are a strange demographic. Brad Pitt and George... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
What Common Core is and why it's hated [in 5 steps]Since implementing the Common Core educational standards in 2012, New York has
What Common Core is and why it's hated [in 5 steps]
Crain's New York Business / Posted 4 hours ago
Since implementing the Common Core educational standards in 2012, New York has emerged as a battleground in the debate over the benchmarks, which are meant to ensure that U.S. students are prepared for the global economy. Opposition to the higher... Read more
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The Massachusetts Daily Collegian
UMass community grieves for beloved friend and mentor James Tilley The University of Massachusetts lost a valued member of its community on Frid
UMass community grieves for beloved friend and mentor James Tilley
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian / Posted 4 hours ago
The University of Massachusetts lost a valued member of its community on Friday, Feb. 5 with the unexpected death of 21-year-old student James Andrew Tilley, a senior physics major... Read more
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Kinston Free Press
Greene County School Board approves drone policySNOW HILL | The Greene County School Board met Monday to adopt two new policies
Greene County School Board approves drone policy
Kinston Free Press / Posted 5 hours ago
SNOW HILL | The Greene County School Board met Monday to adopt two new policies for the school system and to begin preparation for the 2016-2017 school year.During the January meeting of the school board, Patrick Miller, superintendent of Greene... Read more
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Island Packet
Trump wins, but the contest for the Republican nomination rolls onDonald Trump notched his first political win this primary season, but the race
Trump wins, but the contest for the Republican nomination rolls on
Island Packet / Posted 5 hours ago
Donald Trump notched his first political win this primary season, but the race for a Republican establishment alternative remains muddled, setting the Republican party up for a grueling fight to the presidential nomination. The brash real estate... Read more
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Providence Business News
Entrepreneur Launches “Think-Board” from dorm room, selling worldwide SNEEF Feb. 11Hanson Grant, 21, will talk about his startup, Think Board, at the Southern New
Entrepreneur Launches “Think-Board” from dorm room, selling worldwide SNEEF Feb. 11
Providence Business News / Posted 5 hours ago
Hanson Grant, 21, will talk about his startup, Think Board, at the Southern New England Entrepreneurs Forum (SNEEF), on Thursday, Feb. 11, 5:30-8:00 p.m., Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 151 Martine Street, Fall River. Grant launched... Read more
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Breitbart
Twilight of the Gods: New Hampshire Voters Reject Clinton , Bush Dynasties in Epic DefeatsOn Tuesday night, the establishment of both parties got hammered. On the Democr
Twilight of the Gods: New Hampshire Voters Reject Clinton , Bush Dynasties in Epic Defeats
Breitbart / Posted 5 hours ago
On Tuesday night, the establishment of both parties got hammered. On the Democratic side of the aisle, the most establishment candidate in American history, Hillary Rodham Clinton, got demolished by a 74-year-old loonbag socialist – she’s currently... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Grab The Reaching HandThree of Tennessee’s largest four cities are now searching for school superinte
Grab The Reaching Hand
The Chattanoogan / Posted 5 hours ago
Three of Tennessee’s largest four cities are now searching for school superintendents. Jesse Register retired last June and, after botching the first attempt, Nashville city leaders are intensely helping the Board of Education in a search for the... Read more
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The Current
Homecoming Dance Builds on TraditionBy Kat Riddler, Editor-in-Chief Homecoming week anticipation builds to the Hom
Homecoming Dance Builds on Tradition
The Current / Posted 6 hours ago
By Kat Riddler, Editor-in-Chief Homecoming week anticipation builds to the Homecoming dance on Saturday. This works out well for this year’s theme: Building Triton Tradition. This is the second portion of a three-year ongoing theme, following last... Read more
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Mt. Pleasant News
BERNIE, BERNIE, BERNIE2/8/2016 THE BEAT GOES ON Mr. Peter Sanders on leave from Pope Francis' sex ab
BERNIE, BERNIE, BERNIE
Mt. Pleasant News / Posted 6 hours ago
2/8/2016 THE BEAT GOES ON Mr. Peter Sanders on leave from Pope Francis' sex abuse advisory committee said "the notion that clerical sex abuse was a problem of past decades -- an argument Vatican officials have assiduously promoted -- had to be... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
Remedial math class gains support to count toward graduation requirement - MARIETTA — Students who struggle with math at Marietta City Schools may receive some much needed relief after Marietta’s Board of Education unanimously recommended approval...Remedial math class gains support to count toward graduation requirement MARIE
Remedial math class gains support to count toward graduation requirement - MARIETTA — Students who struggle with math at Marietta City Schools may receive some much needed relief after Marietta’s Board of Education unanimously recommended approval...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 6 hours ago
Remedial math class gains support to count toward graduation requirement MARIETTA — Students who struggle with math at Marietta City Schools may receive some much needed relief after Marietta’s Board of Education unanimously recommended approval of... Read more
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TribLIVE
Pa. to chip in $3M a year for transfer of Wilkinsburg students | TribLIVE Neighborhoods The Pennsylvania Department of Education will con
Pa. to chip in $3M a year for transfer of Wilkinsburg students
TribLIVE / Posted 6 hours ago
| TribLIVE Neighborhoods The Pennsylvania Department of Education will contribute $3 million annually to help cover costs... Read more
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The Alpena News
Michigan officials present plan to boost state's schoolsLANSING, Mich. (AP) — State Superintendent Brian Whiston presented a plan Tuesd
Michigan officials present plan to boost state's schools
The Alpena News / Posted 6 hours ago
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — State Superintendent Brian Whiston presented a plan Tuesday aimed at catapulting Michigan schools to among the top educational systems in the country. The plan seeks to offer every child access to a high-quality early childhood... Read more
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Nueces County Record Star
Tuloso-Midway RecognitionsAt a Special Public Hearing on TAPR – Texas Academic Performance Report, princi
Tuloso-Midway Recognitions
Nueces County Record Star / Posted 7 hours ago
At a Special Public Hearing on TAPR – Texas Academic Performance Report, principals presented their academic achievements as required by law on annual review from the Texas Education Agency. Among those achievements, Tuloso-Midway Middle School... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
Area high schools gather for academic competitions (PHOTOS, VIDEO) FORT WALTON BEACH —Eight high schools came together for the annual academic g
Area high schools gather for academic competitions (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 7 hours ago
FORT WALTON BEACH —Eight high schools came together for the annual academic games at Choctaw High School on Tuesday evening.PHOTOS: View photos from the competition >>Students from... Read more
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The Advocate
Facility improvements, dual enrollment program helps Baker High improve from D to C school on latest report cardBAKER — Baker High School’s improvement from a D to a C school was a result of
Facility improvements, dual enrollment program helps Baker High improve from D to C school on latest report card
The Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
BAKER — Baker High School’s improvement from a D to a C school was a result of “a lot of pieces coming together,” Principal Traci Morgan told the School Board on Tuesday night. Baker High improved in all the areas measured by the state, rising from... Read more
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The Advocate
Baker School Board to mull through applications for its next superintendentSix individuals, including two top administrators in the East Baton Rouge Paris
Baker School Board to mull through applications for its next superintendent
The Advocate / Posted 7 hours ago
Six individuals, including two top administrators in the East Baton Rouge Parish school district and one in Zachary, applied by a Friday deadline to become the next superintendent of public schools in Baker. The Baker School Board is meeting at 6... Read more
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BC Local News
Langley What's in store: City has two new thrift storesLangley School Foundation is the most recent non-profit organization to get int
Langley What's in store: City has two new thrift stores
BC Local News / Posted 7 hours ago
Langley School Foundation is the most recent non-profit organization to get into the business of selling second-hand items – or so it would seem. Their logo is emblazened on the sign of a new thrift store that opened Wednesday, Feb. 3, in downtown... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
50 students compete in youth bridge tournament in TeaneckTEANECK – Myriam Cherif, 10, covered part of her face with her hands after she
50 students compete in youth bridge tournament in Teaneck
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 7 hours ago
TEANECK – Myriam Cherif, 10, covered part of her face with her hands after she carefully placed a playing card down on a table. She looked at her partner, sitting directly across from her on a brightly lit stage at Thomas Jefferson Middle School on... Read more
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