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Some call it the Summer Slide. Or the Brain Drain. Or the Off Switch. It's only natural for children to want to shut off their brains for summer vacation. Marcia Marley of Succeed2gether, a summer...
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A more than 50 percent increase -- that's how much of a spike in fatal traffic collisions troopers with the Idaho State Police have seen so far this summer. The 100 days after Memorial Day weekend are...
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Robert Damron (R) dishes the dirt on life on the PGA Tour. HAVE you ever sat at your job and wondered what life would be like if you played a professional sport? More specifically, what if you played...
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Exactly 9,683 students started the 2015-16 term Monday in the Bulloch County Schools, but if trends hold true, enrollment will top 10,200 students within a few weeks. Two campuses, the Langston...
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Wickliffe High School is no stranger to the three-sport athlete. Harrison McCall knows very well himself as a 2005 graduate, playing basketball, baseball for four years and golfing for three years as...
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Phillips Creek Fire Forces Road ClosuresPhillips Creek Fire Forces Road Closures Road closures are now in place as the the Phillips Creek Fire continues to burn. Road closures are now in place as...
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For one week of the summer, a Tucson science teacher traded the halls of Flowing Wells Junior High School for space camp in Alabama. "It was a life-changing experience," Karen Daly said. A former...
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Allentown teacher Diane Brown used to get up to $100 every year from the district to buy markers, pencils, notebooks and more for her kindergarten students. But then budget cuts came to the Allentown...
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Signing Max Scherzer was assumed to be an over-the-top move, a boulder-sized cherry on top of an already fierce pitching rotation. His $210 million contract caused anguish from outsiders, plus laughs...
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Shirley Filliator-Torres retired from full-time teaching in May 006. But by August of that year, she was working as a substitute and hasn't stopped. "I'm good at teaching Math, and it's just a kick...
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By: Rebecca Turco Email: rturco@abc6.com PROVIDENCE - The heat is on in the on-going legal battle between Providence firefighters and the mayor over scheduling changes. Judge Jeffrey Lanphear told...
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You hear a lot of flattering but unverifiable numbers and predictions attached to the Obama administration's plan to reduce carbon emissions from power plants. (It'll be like removing 166 million cars...
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Two new elementary schools have officially opened their doors to students in Bryan County, finishing construction just in time. Bryan County Elementary School and McAllister Elementary School will...
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A career in engineering or biology might have started last week. Or maybe some future Eagles were on campus for the first time as Young Men of Honor took a look around Georgia Southern University and...
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Monday, August 3, 2015 AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) -- In just a few days the bell will ring and students will fill Richmond County schools, but the district is still short on teachers and the teachers they...
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New America Media, Photo Essay, Rian Dundon/ Text by Peter Schurmann, Posted: Aug 03, 2015 Above: Students heading to an academic assembly stream through the halls of W.C. Overfelt High School in San...
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KINGSLAND | Some of the Camden County High School students who took advanced placement courses saw some immediate material rewards Monday for their hard work rather than waiting until they get to...
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A big push is happening to get more women into the male-dominated fields of science and technology, and a camp going on in Kansas City this weekend hopes to foster interest at an early age. The KC...
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If there’s one thing on which Louisianians can agree, it’s the following mantra: “Beat Bama.” However, when it came to the key takeaway from a national expert’s recent speech on K-12 education, he...
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Just down the street from where a 12-year-old girl was shot, a youth center is working to keep other children out of the line of fire. Quality Life Center has been giving kids a safe haven for 25...
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