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1 hr ago | The Advocate
A bill that would require sex education instruction in public schools, which has ignited controversy since 2010, is expected to do so again this year.
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5 hrs ago | Yorkshire Evening Post
PUPILS have been impressing a Government minister with their business brains as part of a Dragons Den style event marking the expansion of a programme which has seen firms in Leeds working with schools to make young people more employable.
8 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
Teaching teenagers about how to develop healthy relationships in a bid avoid sexual violence is the aim of a pilot high school programme that is being funded by the Accident Compensation Corporation.
12 hrs ago | The Greenville News
There is a moment that Nicole Hemphill said made her realize she was in the right field.
Susan Swink and the Palmetto School of Etiquette are looking to change that. Swink, a Certified Etiquette Consultant with more than 20 years of experience, is teaching a weekly course in manners and etiquette for young girls and boys.
Eighth graders make their way back to class after lunch at Western Center Academy in Hemet, March,07, 2014.
A NEW leadership team formed by a partnership with an outstanding school is set to be put in place at the troubled Hope Academy.
Raven Newton is outgoing, carries herself with pride, and beams with hope and happiness.
President John Dramani Mahama has disclosed that education will continue to be the priority of the National Democratic Congress government.
According to a press release on 13 March 2014 by the Waka Ama NZ, "Rotorua's Blue Lake will play host to 95 schools as they paddle for the national title on their Waka Ama ."
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Two girls have been charged with arson for allegedly starting a fire at the playground of a Des Moines school.
A SOUTH Ockendon primary school has been told to up its game by Ofsted after it was rated as "requires improvement" by the education watchdog.
Oxfordshire County Council has launched a consultation into the proposed school, to be part of the 1,000-home West Witney development.
The World Bank Board of Executive Directors today approved a US$30 million financing for the Education Improvement Project in Armenia.
Only 5 per cent of the candidates have managed to secure the qualifying marks of 60 per cent in the TET.