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  1. New TUSD program offers students alternative to suspensionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KOLD-TV Tucson

    TUCSON, AZ - Tucson Unified School District officials are getting ready to launch a program to help give kids who commit serious offenses, like selling drugs or getting into fights, a second chance. Instead of sending them home and suspending them for weeks, or in some cases months, the program will allow these kids to stay in class in an alternative school environment at a separate facility.

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  2. Tentative deal reached with public high school teachersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Manitoulin Expositor

    An 11th hour effort between the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation and the Ontario Public School Boards Association cleared the logjams in labour negotiations that have lingered for over a year to produce a tentative agreement. As a result, the OSSTF has announced that it has suspended strike action plans and that teachers will resume extracurricular activities.

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  3. Women's soccer team kicking into gearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Prince George Citizen

    UNBC womens soccer team practice Tuesday morning in preperation for the CIS Canada West Season. Citizen photo by Brent Braaten Aug 25 2015 - Brent Braaten, Photographer UNBC womens soccer team practice Tuesday morning in preperation for the CIS Canada West Season.

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  4. Social Sector Trial helping Dunedin youth into workRead the original story

    Tuesday | Scoop

    Social Development Minister Anne Tolley says the South Dunedin Social Sector Trial is showing positive results helping young people off benefits and into employment and training. "The latest figures from Dunedin show the Work and Income Youth Link team has helped 210 young people, aged 18-24, off a benefit between March 2015 and the end of July, with 170 going into employment and 40 into study," Mrs Tolley says.

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  5. .com | Nigerians to mark 500 days since Boko Haram schoolgirl abductionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | News24

    A woman attends a mass-demonstration calling on the government to increase efforts to rescue hundreds of missing kidnapped school girls of a government secondary school Chibok, in Lagos, Nigeria. Abuja - Relatives of more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram said they would hold a youth march and candle-lit vigil on Thursday to mark 500 days since the abductions.

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  6. Heads 'oppose move to traditional academic GCSE subjects'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Banburycake.co.uk

    Many headteachers are against a government move which will require all teenagers to take GCSEs in traditional academic subjects, according to a poll. It suggests that the vast majority of school leaders are concerned that the reforms will not suit every pupil and could mean less time for more creative subjects.

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  7. USS America visits San Diego County MuseumsRead the original story

    Tuesday | San Diego NewsCape

    Deputy Chaplain Lt. Patrick McPartland is providing opportunities for Sailors to participate in extracurricular activities in the local community to promote camaraderie aboard the amphibious assault ship USS America .

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  8. First Lady to Tap U.S. Students in Education Equity Campaign for GirlsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Education Week

    Michelle Obama hugs Sohang Vean, a high school student in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The first lady was in Cambodia in March to promote Let Girls Learn, her effort to remove obstacles that keep 62 million girls around the world from attending school.

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  9. Justice Pursues ADA Action Against Network of Ga. ProgramsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Education Week

    The Justice Department's recent scathing letter to Georgia alleging discrimination at a statewide network of alternative schools is the latest example of the government's willingness to use a muscular interpretation of the Americans with Disabilities Act to eliminate what it views as segregated school settings. Six years ago, the Justice Department signaled its intent to aggressively enforce Olmstead v.

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  10. A Kid Punched a $1.5 Million Work of Art, is Unintentionally Punk AFRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Paper Magazine

    A Taiwanese 12-year-old has done perhaps the simultaneously coolest and most embarrassing thing you could do as a pre-teen -- destroying a ridiculously expensive, centuries-old work of art. The boy tripped and broke his fall with Flowers , a 1660 painting signed by artist Paolo Porpora.

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  11. The U.S. shouldn't try to copycat its way to educational successRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Washington Examiner

    Here's a scene familiar to anyone who follows the education debate: The latest international test scores arrive, and America policymakers and politicians wring their hands and gnash their teeth over the results. The comparisons begin almost as soon as the numbers are released.

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  12. in Re: Interest of Alex F. and Tony F.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | FindLaw

    IN RE: Interest of Alex F. and Tony F., Children Under 18 Years of Age. State of Nebraska, Appellee and Cross-Appellee, v.

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  13. Students allege Alhambra Unified retaliated against high school journalism instructorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    ALHAMBRA >> Current and former high school journalists on Tuesday criticized the Alhambra Unified School District's decision to place an place an award-winning student media adviser on administrative leave earlier this month. Several San Gabriel High School students and alumni allege the district officials acted in retaliation when they placed Jennifer Kim on leave, a move that came after dozens of students held protests over summer and spoke at several board meetings, where they raised concerns about free speech violations , censorship and institutional intimidation.

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  14. Norway accused of unfairly taking away immigrant childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2015 | KTUL-TV Tulsa

    One August day, Airida Pettersen received the news many immigrant mothers have come to dread: School representatives told the Lithuanian that child welfare officials removed her two children from the classroom and placed them in a foster home. Pettersen, who moved to Norway in 2008 after marrying a Norwegian, is one of hundreds of immigrant parents whose children were taken away by Norway's Child Protection Service, or Barnevernet, ostensibly to protect them from mistreatment.

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  15. On Native GroundTHE Need to Bear Witness, No Matter the CostRead the original story

    Mar 1, 2012 | American Reporter

    It's the end of February, and one of my friends is still sporting a summer tan. I know it's phony - and she knows I know it's phony - but I have long ago stopped teasing her about it.

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  16. Brooklyn and Romeo Beckham meet Disney charactersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    Fun for all the family: Beckham's beaming boys Brooklyn and Romeo eschew their too-cool image to meet the Disney characters The teen and pre-teen angst that accompanies family holidays seems to be distinctly absent for David and Victoria Beckham's eldest boys Brooklyn, 16, and Romeo, 12. Because the duo were seen getting stuck into a fun-packed day at Disneyland when - what should have been an embarrassing - mum Victoria shared pictures of them meeting their childhood idols. Romeo looked pleased as punch to cuddle up to Chip, while a teenage Brooklyn sandwiched himself between his little sister Harper's favourite characters from Frozen, Queen Elsa and Princess Anna.

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  17. Porirua College duo hope to cook their way to TahitiRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Dominion Post

    Porirua College students Wiki Mackey and Michala Rei will represent Wellington in the National Secondary Schools Culinary Challenge on Friday. Two girls from Wellington's lowest decile school are heading to Auckland to take on the country's best secondary school chefs.

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  18. Steiner Leisure Downgraded to "Hold" at ZacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | AmericanBankingNews.com

    According to Zacks, "Steiner Leisure Limited is the leading worldwide provider of spa services and skin and hair care products on board cruise ships. The company strives to create a relaxing and therapeutic environment where customers can receive body and facial treatments and hair styling comparable in quality to the finest land-based spas and salons.

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  19. Province reaches deal with Catholic school teachersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Windsor Star

    Files: Ontario Education Minister Liz Sandals speaks at a press conference in Toronto on Monday, May 25, 2015. Another step was taken toward a peaceful start to the school year with Tuesday's announcement of the province's tentative deal with the Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association.

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  20. Wilkinsburg school board votes to hire former Penn Hills business managerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Wilkinsburg school board directors unanimously voted to hire former Penn Hills School District business manager Richard Liberto to head the district's financial operations Tuesday night. Mr. Liberto's tenure at Penn Hills was shadowed in controversy after a multi-million dollar deficit was discovered in the district's finances.

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