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  1. Australian National University staff launch union campaign on rostersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

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  2. Cepeda: By all means, take issue with 'The Bell Curve.' But read it first.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Martinsville Bulletin

    Layla Mustafa leads chants at a protest outside the Inn at Virginia Tech in March 2016.

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  3. Joseph Parker vs. Hughie Fury Now in Manchester, September 23Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boxing Scene

    ... about Tyson, wasn't he in the same boat ? hmmm, not sure..... maybe they were clean I dunno we need standardized testing, so all that stuff goes away Mayweather was right he is a liar, [QUOTE=1hourRun;17801162]This guy is not even suppose to be ...

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  4. College defends firing professor after Fox News appearanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Rational Review

    "Weeks after an adjunct professor was suspended in the wake of a raucous appearance on a Fox News television show, the college's president is speaking out about the school's decision to fire her. In a statement released Friday night, newly-appointed Essex County College President Anthony Munroe said the school received complaints about adjunct communications professor Lisa Durden after her June 6 appearance on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.'

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  5. Changing as a player doesn't mean changing as a personRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The RiotACT

    Sarah McAppion has always been a local, even by distance. Canberra born and bred Sarah spent the majority of her youth playing basketball, whether through the AIS, Weston Creek Woden Dodgers or simply playing with her friends.

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  6. How Congress is wasting educators' timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Fe New Mexican

    As states gain more power over public education, our state superintendents and education departments have a better chance of improving schools. We should not waste their time, something our elected representatives in Congress have done in a colossally clumsy way.

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  7. Homecoming for new ACT Supreme Court associate judge Verity McWilliamRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    Reverse psychology may be to thank for Verity McWilliam's elevation as the ACT's newest Supreme Court associate judge on Monday. After she swore an oath upon a small white bible given to her as an infant by her godmother, she told a packed court room that shortly into her legal career she feared the law wasn't for her.

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  8. America's Most Challenging High Schools top 25 national listRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Washington Post

    The top 25 schools in the America's Most Challenging High Schools list, as ranked by The Washington Post's Jay Mathews. For schools that did not provide an average SAT score, out of a possible 1600, the average ACT score, out of a possible 36, appears instead, noted with an .

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  9. Unanimous Cross-Party Support Reached on Students' WelfareRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Scoop

    A remit successfully passed by the National Party Conference on Saturdaymarks a full cross-party political consensus on the increase of weekly loan living costs, according to the Aotearoa Students' Alliance. The remit read, "That the National Party support the increase of the cap of student living costs loans proposed to meet increased cost of living".

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  10. Improvements at North High lay foundation for even more academic advancement.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Star Tribune

    North High School Principal Shawn Harris-Berry gave Minneapolis Superintendent Ed Graff a tour of the school last Aug. 29, the first day of the 2016-17 school year in Minneapolis. Just a few years ago Minneapolis North High School was practically the poster child for the worst in urban public education, with awful graduation rates, a poor school environment, and families and students abandoning the historic institution for other options.

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  11. Why childhood friends matter: Multitasking Moms and DadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Cleveland.com

    I met her on the first day of first grade, impressed by the Miss Piggy on a motorcycle on her plastic lunch box. And for the next decade, she was my best friend, my daily lunch date, my meet-me-at-my-locker buddy, my sleepover date, the recipient of long-winded, many-paged, smeared-pencil notes.

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  12. Alabama ACT score averages, by school, help officials tweek instructionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | District Administration

    The recently released 2016 ACT composite scores for high schools around the state can tell a lot about a district. The Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama last week released the average composite score by school for the graduating class of 2016.

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  13. A look at what passed in the 2017 NY legislative sessionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | NewsOK.com

    COLLEGE TUITION: Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plan will make public college tuition free to in-state students from families making up to $100,000, but the student must stay in the state after graduation for as many years as they received the help, or else they must pay the money back. The income threshold will rise to $125,000 over three years.

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  14. Our schoolchildren could benefit by reading Jules Verne's booksRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Renowned French novelist Jules Verne of the late-19th century once wrote: " y task is to paint the whole earth, the entire world, in novel form, by imagining adventures ..." As vacation begins, decades of K-12 education research tells us that summertime is when the academic paths of higher- and lower-performing students most radically diverge. Simply put, students who read during the summer return to school much better prepared than their classmates.

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  15. Showing You Can Do the Work [Fitting In & Standing Out]Read the original story

    Sunday | The GMAT Club Journal

    Two key goals of every application reflect a tension if not an actual conflict: you must show the admissions committee that you fit in - that you're a perfect fit with their program and the exact type of candidate they're looking for - while simultaneously showing that you stand out in the pool of qualified applicants. Over the next few posts, we'll give you 4 key tips to help you fit in and stand out as an applicant.

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  16. Owners find ADUs can be good additionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Columbian

    On a sunny Monday afternoon, Joanne Quinn was tilling and reseeding her front lawn in the Hough neighborhood. When she decided to have an accessory dwelling unit built she didn't know contractors would have to dig a trench in the yard to lay a new water pipe.

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  17. Why were there so many Jews in SDS?Read the original story

    Sunday | Isegoria

    I got to Columbia University as a freshman, age 18, in September, 1965, a few months after the United States attacked Vietnam with main force troops. There I found a small but vibrant anti-war movement.

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  18. Four districts exceed averages in annual Grading Our Schools reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Citizens' Voice

    THE CITIZENS' VOICE FILE Dallas School District was ranked in the top two in all students tested in the region through sixth grade. Abington Heights, Crestwood, Dallas and Delaware Valley outperformed 34 others in Northeast Pennsylvania, Times-Shamrock Newspapers' 17th annual analysis of academic performance found.

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  19. Closer look: W-B Area continues to struggleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Citizens' Voice

    Wilkes-Barre Area ranked last in the 38-district region on eight tests from the 2015-16 school year, including all three high school Keystone exams and five of the 14 PSSAs - eighth-grade science and math, sixth-grade English, fifth-grade English and third-grade English. Third- through eighth-graders take Pennsylvania System of School Assessment exams in English language arts and math.

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  20. Even moderate drinking causes decline in memory and learning abilitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The New Zealand Herald

    ... cognitive performance, reports the Washington Post. None of the participants had an alcohol dependency. Standardized testing showed that people who drank the most during the three decades had a faster and greater decline in cognitive functioning ...

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