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Wakefield Today
GCSE results from across WakefieldWhiteside 9 (3); J Whitham 1 (0); G Williams 10 (9); K Williams 9 (1); V Woller
GCSE results from across Wakefield
Wakefield Today / Posted 4 days ago
Whiteside 9 (3); J Whitham 1 (0); G Williams 10 (9); K Williams 9 (1); V Wollerton 9 (6); L Wright 9 (1); A Wynne 4 (1); S Yarrington 7 (0); L Yates 9 (7). Horbury Academy L Abell 10 (9); D Alderson 11 (10); A Arrowsmith 11 (10); S Ashfaq 8 (1);... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakesyet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Pri
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
yet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said increased academic competition, spurred by NAPLAN, was behind this phenomenon. "There is this trend about... Read more
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KOAT7abc Albuquerque
PARCC results show some improvementsome teachers and families, others said they're happy with the improvements. "
PARCC results show some improvement
KOAT7abc Albuquerque / Posted 10 days ago
some teachers and families, others said they're happy with the improvements. "I don't like how long it takes," said Rachel Yarrington, who has a 9-year-old daughter in an Albuquerque public school. "We should probably just keep going with it,"... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakesyet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Pri
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 23 days ago
yet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said increased academic competition, spurred by NAPLAN, was behind this phenomenon. "There is this trend about... Read more
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The Courier
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakesyet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Pri
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
yet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said increased academic competition, spurred by NAPLAN, was behind this phenomenon. "There is this trend about... Read more
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23d
Northern Daily Leader
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakesyet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Pri
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 23 days ago
yet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said increased academic competition, spurred by NAPLAN, was behind this phenomenon. "There is this trend about... Read more
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The Young Witness
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakesyet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Pri
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
The Young Witness / Posted 23 days ago
yet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said increased academic competition, spurred by NAPLAN, was behind this phenomenon. "There is this trend about... Read more
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23d
Western Advocate
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakesyet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Pri
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
Western Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
yet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said increased academic competition, spurred by NAPLAN, was behind this phenomenon. "There is this trend about... Read more
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23d
Kiama Independent
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakesyet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Pri
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
Kiama Independent / Posted 23 days ago
yet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said increased academic competition, spurred by NAPLAN, was behind this phenomenon. "There is this trend about... Read more
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23d
Manning River Times
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakesyet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Pri
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
Manning River Times / Posted 23 days ago
yet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said increased academic competition, spurred by NAPLAN, was behind this phenomenon. "There is this trend about... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakesyet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Pri
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 23 days ago
yet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said increased academic competition, spurred by NAPLAN, was behind this phenomenon. "There is this trend about... Read more
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The North West Star
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakesyet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Pri
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
The North West Star / Posted 23 days ago
yet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said increased academic competition, spurred by NAPLAN, was behind this phenomenon. "There is this trend about... Read more
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23d
Daily Liberal
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakesyet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Pri
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
Daily Liberal / Posted 23 days ago
yet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said increased academic competition, spurred by NAPLAN, was behind this phenomenon. "There is this trend about... Read more
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The Border Mail
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakesyet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Pri
Homework helicopter parents leave kids scared of making mistakes
The Border Mail / Posted 23 days ago
yet they regularly observe parents interfering with schoolwork. Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said increased academic competition, spurred by NAPLAN, was behind this phenomenon. "There is this trend about... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bulliesis paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Prim
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bullies
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 30 days ago
is paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said schools needed to be explicit about their processes for dealing with complaints of bullying, and parents... Read more
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The Young Witness
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bulliesis paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Prim
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bullies
The Young Witness / Posted 30 days ago
is paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said schools needed to be explicit about their processes for dealing with complaints of bullying, and parents... Read more
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30d
Western Advocate
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bulliesis paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Prim
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bullies
Western Advocate / Posted 30 days ago
is paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said schools needed to be explicit about their processes for dealing with complaints of bullying, and parents... Read more
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30d
Daily Liberal
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bulliesis paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Prim
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bullies
Daily Liberal / Posted 30 days ago
is paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said schools needed to be explicit about their processes for dealing with complaints of bullying, and parents... Read more
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The Border Mail
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bulliesis paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Prim
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bullies
The Border Mail / Posted 30 days ago
is paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said schools needed to be explicit about their processes for dealing with complaints of bullying, and parents... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bulliesis paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Prim
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bullies
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 30 days ago
is paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said schools needed to be explicit about their processes for dealing with complaints of bullying, and parents... Read more
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The Courier
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bulliesis paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Prim
Parents say schools blame victims rather than punish bullies
The Courier / Posted 30 days ago
is paramount and a lot of parents feel this is not happening." Australian Primary Principals Association president Dennis Yarrington said schools needed to be explicit about their processes for dealing with complaints of bullying, and parents... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Chevron loses $1.47 billion as slump in oil prices persistsChevron's worldwide workforce that began in 2015 will run through the end of 20
Chevron loses $1.47 billion as slump in oil prices persists
Lowell Sun / Posted 30 days ago
Chevron's worldwide workforce that began in 2015 will run through the end of 2016, eventually totaling 8,000 job cuts. "We are committed to delivering on our spending reductions," Patricia Yarrington, Chevron's chief financial officer, told analys... Read more
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Market Watch
Defying low crude prices, Exxon, Chevron stay the coursenow they stand, company executives told analysts at a conference call early Fri
Defying low crude prices, Exxon, Chevron stay the course
Market Watch / Posted 30 days ago
now they stand, company executives told analysts at a conference call early Friday following quarterly results. Patricia Yarrington, chief financial officer and vice president of Chevron, said the company is on track for 2016 capital expenditures... Read more
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