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A A 20,000 grant has been provided from the community fund of North Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, Julia Mulligan.
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THE National Family Planning Board says it is at an advanced stage of expanding and enhancing the service delivery of sexual reproductive health information and products among adolescents and the youth, using the Internet.
A man charged with 11 residential burglaries, including a break-in at a home in 4S Ranch while a 12-year-old boy was home alone, was ordered today to stand trial on 18 counts.
Boko Haram kidnappers are still holding 187 girls captive more than a week after the Islamists abducted them from their dormitories in northeastern Nigeria, according to school and government officials.
John and Cynthia Montgomery, right, greet guests last year at the Alamo-Danville Garden Tour, which will be held this year on Saturday, May 3, to benefit local charities.
Melanie Fox, Mark Willoughby, Sean Rescorle, Kevin Church, David Cockerill, Sam Ross and Katie Forrester - pictured holding photographs of their younger selves SEVEN former pupils of a York secondary school enjoyed it so much that they have all gone back to work there.
As the U.S. for-profit education sector continues to face headwinds, investors are putting foreign education companies such as Nord Anglia Education on their radar.
A former teacher at one of the country's top secondary schools has appeared in court charged with committing indecent acts at the school and on a street outside.
The arrest of a middle school teacher on suspicion of child sexual abuse this week has raised questions about the West Contra Costa Unified School District's hiring practices, because the teacher was hired while police were investigating him.
Things are changing at North High School: Test scores are up. More kids are taking AP classes.
EDUCATION Minister Ruairi Quinn sparked a war of words with the ASTI after suggesting the union lacked faith in its own teachers over controversial Junior Cert reforms.
In this photo taken Monday, April, 21. 2014. Security walk past burned government secondary school Chibok, were gunmen abducted more than 200 students in Chibok, Nigeria.
The National Ombudsman's Office estimates that about 6,000 children are in the hands of illegal armed groups, while the NGO Human Rights Watch puts the figure closer to 11,000.
A WITNEY teacher elected as president of a national union says he has to give breakfast to pupils in his school.
Three-quarters of Michigan voters support the "Classrooms and Kids"proposal that would redirect more money into classrooms and preserve local control, a new poll released today shows.
Eighteen months ago, Steven Joyce had a warning for the country's universities. If they wanted the Government to be more directive, he was "more than willing", he said.