Adolescents and Pre-Teens Newswire

Adolescents and Pre-Teens Newswire

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  1. Hopkins middle school begins to move on after student tragedyRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | Star Tribune

    Hundreds of young students flooded the halls of Hopkins West Junior High School on Friday morning clutching scissors, tape and reams of colorful wrapping paper. Standing on chairs and squatting on the floor, they began to cut and plaster the paper around the school: on walls, on lockers, on classroom doors and on the ceiling.


  2. Ontario students pledge province-wide school walkout to protest Ford's repeal of sex-ed curriculumRead the original story w/Photo

    19 min ago | National Post

    The protests also aim to voice opposition to the cancellation of curriculum writing sessions designed to fulfil findings of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Students at Bloor Collegiate Institute walk out of class to protest sex-ed curriculum changes in Toronto on Friday, September 21, 2018. The walkouts - called "We the students do not consent" - are set to take place in schools from Niagara Falls to Ottawa.


  3. Tribune editorial: Don't let fees ruin public education in UtahRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    "Public elementary and secondary schools shall be free, except the Legislature may authorize the imposition of fees in the secondary schools." That one contradictory sentence has plagued Utah education for decades.


  4. Boyd Buchanan Receives Farm Credit GrantRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    Boyd Buchanan School FFA received a $3,000 grant from Farm Credit Mid-America, a financial services provider serving approximately 100,000 farmers and rural residents throughout Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee.


  5. The House with a clock in its walls: Dull and unimpressiveRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Mid-Day Mumbai

    The special effects in the movie, The House With A Clock In Its Walls are strictly ok. Cate Blanchett does herself proud by putting on a valiant effort but Jack Black is so lacklustre that it becomes dull and disappointing.


  6. Stratford Central students walk out in protest of sex-ed curriculum roll-backRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Stratford Beacon Herald

    One Stratford Central student holds up a notebook with the words, "Ignorance isn't Bliss," printed on it. Galen Simmons/The Beacon Herald/Postmedia Network Holding signs made from bristol board and notebook paper - and loudly chanting anti-Doug Ford slogans - students at Stratford Central Secondary School walked out of class Friday afternoon to protest changes to the province's sex-ed and Indigenous studies curricula.


  7. An open letter to J.E.B. Stuart ("Justice") High School students seeking contributionsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Fairfax Times

    Our son and daughter are proud graduates of J.E.B. Stuart High School, and during their years as students we were active supporters of school programs and activities.


  8. Saudi Arabia's "Reforms" Don't Include Tolerance of Shia CommunityRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Humans Rights Watch

    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has recently made moves likely to appeal to the country's Shia minority. This includes neutering the country's once-powerful religious establishment, which has spewed anti-Shia vitriol and demonized Shia religious practices for decades, as well as changes to the 2018-19 Saudi school curriculum to remove some anti-Shia images and rhetoric.


  9. Student voices on education deserve an audience Bluewater school board trustees voteRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Shoreline Beacon

    The Bluewater District School Board wants students included in any provincial consultation on the future of education in the province. Trustees voted Sept 18 to ask the province to include students in any future discussions of changes in education.


  10. Review: Jack Black's antics can't save 'The House With a Clock in its Walls'Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Martinsville Bulletin

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  11. Evolution 'taught wrong way round' in schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | ITV

    The anthropologist said evolution was being taught the wrong way round in schools partly because there was no guidance in the National Curriculum. Prof Roberts was speaking at the University of Bath on Friday at the launch of the Milner Centre for Evolution, a research facility for biology, health and education.


  12. The hardest primary and secondary schools to get into in North East LincolnshireRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | This Is Scunthorpe

    Just 60 per cent of those who selected the most in-demand school as their first choice managed to secure a place Two-fifths of parents didn't get their first choice of a place at one North East Lincolnshire school this year. Just 60 per cent of those who put Stallingborough CofE Primary School as their first choice primary secured a place for this September.


  13. 'da Kink In My Hair Pushes the Salon GenreRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Houston Press

    Alright Houston, you're gonna have to permit me some cross-border patriotism here for a minute when it comes to 'da Kink in My Hair , now onstage at Ensemble Theatre.


  14. A rape in Arlington -- a girla s life ruined and her name trashed -- should leave us all ashamedRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News

    Through three years, job changes, multiple moves and even the birth of her daughter, Elizabeth Bruenig couldn't let go of the story, couldn't let go of the terrible thing that happened in high school -- not to her but to another young woman. The story of Amber Wyatt haunted Bruenig for more than a decade.


  15. Educating Oxfordshire: Higher expectations means more opportunitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Oxford Times

    I am certainly a child of the 70s. And as I think of 'the 1970s' I struggle to conjure up much more than general strikes, cod wars, free school milk, really awful television and mostly awful music.


  16. Don't call it a comeback: Rubik's Cubes hosts world championship for speedcubingRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | USA Today

    In the '80s, Rubik's Cubes were everywhere, and there are still legions of people obsessed with the multicolored puzzles after all these years. Don't call it a comeback: Rubik's Cubes hosts world championship for speedcubing In the '80s, Rubik's Cubes were everywhere, and there are still legions of people obsessed with the multicolored puzzles after all these years.


  17. Gauteng needs 142 new schools to tackle classroom shortageRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    Gauteng needs as many as 142 new schools in order to clear the shortage of classrooms, the National Council of Provinces which was visiting the province has found. This week permanent delegates to the NCOP, together with Members of the Gauteng Provincial Legislature, divided themselves into eight groups and visited various service delivery sites, met with government officials and held public meetings with residents to assess the impact of migration on service delivery under the theme: "Impact of Migration - Deepening Cooperative Governance for Accelerated Service Delivery and Development".


  18. Sexual assault among adolescents: 6 factsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    Christine Blasey Ford's account of allegedly being sexually assaulted by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh when they were teenagers is provoking both informed and uninformed comment from politicians. Still more private conversations about the subject are happening in homes and offices around the country.


  19. Mount Greylock School Committee, Teachers Air Sides in Labor DisputeRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | IBerkshires

    At the end of a 4 1/2-hour meeting that included a 90-minute executive session, the Mount Greylock school committee issued its first public statement on a labor dispute that has roiled the recently expanded regional school district. The meeting began with public comments from 10 people, including a spokesman for the district's teachers union, with a common theme: Pay the teachers what they've been promised.


  20. How Bury is at the centre of a project tackling the UK's productivity crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Bury Times

    BURY is at the centre of an ambitious project to tackle the UK's productivity crisis, it has been revealed this week. Banking giants Barclays will join forces with the council, as well as schools and business groups across the town in a bid to boost economic growth, under the five-year scheme which was officially launched by the bank's CEO Ashok Vaswani at Castlebrook High School on Thursday.