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  1. Parents again: Local grandparents raising their children's childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Baltimore Sun

    Flora Hairston, 70, raised her granddaughter, Kelly Frazier, 18, since she was an infant. Hairston is among a growing number of grandparents raising their grandchildren.


  2. Friends of Lake Forest Library Holds Essay Contest for ScholarshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 |

    High school seniors from Lake Forest, Lake Bluff and Knollwood are eligible for up to three $2,000 college scholarship grants from The Friends of Lake Forest Library . The library support group is sponsoring an essay contest that will run from Feb. 1 to April 1. Winners will "clearly demonstrate a passion for reading as shown through their extracurricular activities," according to a flyer.


  3. Forest Trail Academy Affirms College Readiness of its Graduates with High ACT ScoresRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    Forest Trail Academy has received the ACT College Readiness letter 2015 affirming the quality of education imparted to students. Students met the set benchmarks of high ACT scores and it represents that they are ready for the college-level work.


  4. Music and recreation help children with autismRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2010 |

    A recent report distributed in October 2009 by the Health Resources and Services Administration , U.S. Department of Health and Human Services states that Autism Spectrum Disorder affects one in 91 children in the country and more boys than girls. ASD is part of a group of childhood neuro-developmental disorders that cause impaired verbal communication, social interaction and behavior.


  5. Education Bureau says primary school students should learn simplified ChineseRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Document for public consultation on Chinese language curriculum for primary schools says this would give them broader reading range and help them communicate with others in mainland China and overseas The Education Bureau has pointed out that primary school students should be able to read simplified Chinese characters so that they have a wider reading range. The point was made in the document for a public consultation on the renewal of Chinese language education curriculum for primary schools released by the bureau's Curriculum Development Council in December.


  6. Reggie Miller challenges Drake to ping-pong match, Drake acceptsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | MSNBC

    Oftentimes, the extracurricular activities surrounding All-Star Weekend are more memorable than the events themselves. With just over a week to go before the league descends on Toronto, groundwork is being laid for something that will be must-see TV: a ping-pong match between Drake and Reggie Miller.


  7. Pay benefits to the poor, export labourRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    Plans. Martin Otto, a graduate surveyor, is not pleased with policies of the current government on fighting unemployment, helping the poor, boosting agriculture and fighting corruption Uganda is famously described as the Pearl of Africa.


  8. Jim Martin: Higher ed could rebuild the middle classRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Daily Camera

    With the beginning of a new University of Colorado Board of Regents election cycle, and given the apocalyptic change in the erosion of the middle class, it is an appropriate time to reflect upon the future that Colorado's high school students are facing with higher education in Colorado and across the country. This is a campaign theme worth proposing and having a dialogue about with the citizens of Colorado this election year.


  9. Research Analysts' Weekly Ratings Updates for New Oriental Education & Tech GrpRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago |

    1/21/2016 - New Oriental Education & Tech Grp had its price target raised by analysts at Macquarie from $32.00 to $33.00. They now have an "outperform" rating on the stock.


  10. North Okanagan-Shuswap school board looking at closing or restructuring schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    In the wake of a series of town hall meetings, the North Okanagan-Shuswap school board will be discussing some specific proposals for Armstrong and Salmon Arm schools next week. The recommendations the board will be looking at on Tuesday call for changes to Armstrong and Salmon Arm schools, and more study of the situation in the Enderby area.


  11. New research course helps Pasco sixth-graders master needed skillsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times

    Sixth-graders in Stephanie Wisnieske's fourth-period class sifted through books on body functions, sorting them by topic and putting them into separate bins. The work, though somewhat tedious, held the promise of making it easier for the students to find materials as they study and report about body functions.


  12. Secondary school teacher mediation talks break off after only hoursRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Muskoka Today

    Those are just two of the stumbling blocks the public school board says are behind a quick end to mediated talks between education employers and their school employees. Negotiations have broken says the Trillium Lakelands District School Board in a release Thursday, between them and the secondary teachers and occasional teachers represented by OSSTF District 15. The board says in the release that the OSSTF continues to demand easier access to time off for teachers during the school year.


  13. Compensation for mother of woman murdered by crazed, hammer-wielding mother-in-lawRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    The mother of of a young woman brutally murdered by her hammer-wielding mother-in-law during an "uncontrolled fit of rage" has been awarded $110,000 in compensation. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Kaye on Friday ordered the mother-in-law, Huajiao Zhuang, to pay Dan "Selina" Lin's mother, Shui Ying Cheng, the sum of $110,000 for her pain and suffering.


  14. North Okanagan-Shuswap School District lays out optionsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Vernon Morning Star

    After weeding out a host of options, School District 83 trustees agreed to consider a number of changes to its schools, including the closure of two elementary schools - one at Silver Creek and the other in Armstrong. The proposed changes are in response to budget pressures on the school district in light of decreasing enrolment and dwindling funding from the Ministry of Education.


  15. Roma ISD's January 2016 Gladiator Wall of Fame HonoreesRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago |

    The honorees include Melany Sanchez of Emma Vera Elementary School; Jorge Ayala, Isis Gonzalez and Natalie Molina of F.J. Scott Elementary School; Lucia M. Oyervides, David I. Ramos Villarreal and Gael Guerra of R.C. Saenz Elementary School; Darisa Vazquez, Yareli Garcia and Daniella Lopez of R.T. Barrera Elementary School; Eden J. Garcia of Veterans Memorial Elementary School; Deyanis Salinas, Emily Ramirez and Jose G. Rodriguez of Y.B. Escobar Elementary School; Evelyn Reyna, Angel Resendez and Antonio A. Rojas of Ramiro Barrera Middle School; Sebastian Lopez, Alejandro TreviA o and Yailen Gomez of Roma Middle School; and Andrea Villareal, Karly Olivares and Alicia Alanis of Roma High School.


  16. La Joya ISD readies for big showcase SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago |

    The La Joya Independent School District is taking a new, and dynamic approach in promoting the many great things happening within the district. Often times the public is misinformed which is why La Joya ISD has organized a schools fair known as "Why La Joya ISD?" This, open-to-all free event, will be taking place from 9 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Jimmy Carter Building in the city of La Joya.


  17. Volleyball BC honouring McRoberts coachRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Richmond News

    Trish Nicholson will be recognized by Volleyball BC on Saturday night and remarkably it only will represent half her body of work. The longtime teacher and volunteer at McRoberts Secondary School has been named the provincial organization's High School Female Coach of the Year.


  18. A 45m earmarked to build five schools at Chilmington Green, AshfordRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Kent Online

    The funding will come from the developers behind the new Chilmington Green housing estate, which will be built on fields to the west of the town. A spokesman for Kent County Council said this week that an "agreement has been reached with the developers, but not yet signed off, for a total contribution of 45m for education provision in that area."


  19. The Race To Mine Asteroids Gains International SupportRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Echo

    The small country's government said on Wednesday it would invest in space mining companies and establish a legal framework to assure those engaging in the activity they can keep the fruit of their toils. While the authority said the investment budget for space mining ventures hasn't been set, it is believed that the government could fund as much as 45% of research and development projects in the area.


  20. Angry parents hit out at Welsh school refusal in NewportRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South Wales Argus

    FURIOUS parents, teachers and students of a city high school made their voices heard after a decision to block plans for a new school left their improvement plans in tatters. Yesterday Newport City Council 's Planning Committee turned down the long-awaited application for a new Welsh-medium secondary to share Duffryn High School land in Lighthouse Road - a decision which was met with widespread dismay.