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  1. Study: Tenth-grade Education Cuts HIV RiskRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Voice of America

    The study, its authors say, is evidence that education is cost-effective HIV prevention, not even counting all the other benefits. Many experts believe more educated people are less likely to contract the virus, but it has been hard to prove.

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  2. Suppose I'm a fagRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    Suppose I'm a fag, as I would translate "velev ki ibneyim," is one of the slogans of the annual Istanbul Pride Week , which culminated in the traditional A stiklal Avenue parade on June 28. Suppose you are a fag as well - or a kite. What kind of problems would you have to face? In a recent short paper , which was published on London think-tank Research Turkey's website , Volkan YA lmaz of Bilgi University and A pek GA A men of BoAYaziA i University summarized the results of an online survey on the social and economic problems of LGBT individuals in Turkey.

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  3. Introducing the Jones family and their full-family backup challengesRead the original story

    Sep 1, 2010 | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    There's a new family in town. The Jones family has a lot more computers than most families of even a few years ago, and therefore also has a lot more issues of backup and security.

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  4. (Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Centennial Junior High school...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Salt Lake Tribune

    The Salt Lake Tribune) Centennial Junior High school teacher, Angela Stewart takes a break to play a computer game with her 3-year-old son Kimball, as she organizes her classroom in Kaysville, Thursday, June 11, 2015. The Salt Lake Tribune) Centennial Junior High school teacher, Angela Stewart takes a break to play a computer game with her 3-year-old son Kimball, as she organizes her classroom in Kaysville, Thursday, June 11, 2015.

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  5. District Clerk Irene Powers Honored Tops Pleasantville Schools UpdateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Pleasantville Daily Voice

    The Board recognized the following academic, artistic, and athletic student achievements: Boys' Track League Championship; Boys' Lacrosse League, Section, and Regional Championships; the top 10 percent of the Class of 2015; the Marmaduke 11th Grade Writing Award-winners ; Metro Awards nominees and winners; and the Middle School Olympics of the Visual Arts winners and honorable mentions.

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  6. Ohio house gives approval to biennial budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Crescent-News.com

    Gov. John Kasich didn't offer too many hints on provisions he might strike from the $71 billion-plus biennial budget finalized by lawmakers Friday.

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  7. A teacher who defined dedicationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Newsday

    Wantagh High School teacher Bill Bogatz is honored at the homecoming football game Oct. 18, 2014, by the school athletic department for his years of support of Wantagh athletics, including acting as an announcer at football and basketball games. Photo Credit: Michael Chin For nearly 25 years, I've taught a few classrooms down from one of the most remarkable personalities I've met in education -- a charming, friendly economics teacher named Bill Bogatz.

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  8. Grateful Dead resurrect their long, strange tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | USA Today

    The Grateful Dead are a piece of rock and roll history, but on its farewell tour the 50-year-old band showed it is still alive and kicking when it wants to be. Grateful Dead resurrect their long, strange trip The Grateful Dead are a piece of rock and roll history, but on its farewell tour the 50-year-old band showed it is still alive and kicking when it wants to be.

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  9. 'I couldn't believe I did it'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Jamaica Observer

    The short walk across the stage at Texas A&M University to collect a doctoral degree seven years ago represented the completion of Jamaican-born Dr Phelue Anderson's long journey to break free from the stereotypes sometimes associated with people born in poverty. That journey started many years ago with Anderson selling in the market to help himself through school and rising above numerous challenges.

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  10. Finalists Announced for African EduWeek Awards Celebrating Achievement in EducationRead the original story

    Sunday | PR.com

    Johannesburg, South Africa, June 28, 2015 -- -- The finalists in the inaugural African EduWeek Awards have been announced, showcasing the most innovative and life-changing projects, organisations, companies, teachers and education professionals who have been responsible for pioneering new frontiers, pushing boundaries, for inspiring others and for achieving growth in education in Africa. The African EduWeek Awards categories vary from supplier of the year in basic and high education to Community and NGO of the Year and the winners will be announced on Wednesday evening, 1 July at Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg.

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  11. Lost Twins of Zilonia, by Margarita Kouznetsova, Has Been Garnering...Read the original story

    Sunday | PRWeb

    Seattle area resident and author Margarita Kouznetsova has spent the last six years creating an epic fantasy novel that could share the same audience as books by Suzanne Collins or J.K. Rowling. There have been numerous discussions and excitement surround this intriguing novel.

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  12. Robert KirbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Salt Lake Tribune

    I planned to have three sons when I got married. Pretty hilarious, huh? Like it was totally up to me.

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  13. Grand cover-up - Schools protecting their reputations by not reporting students hooked on weedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Gleaner

    Several students of Jamaica's more prominent high schools are being denied well-needed help to deal with ganja addiction as administrators at these schools are believed to be keeping cases hush-hush in a bid to protect the 'good name' of the institution. Days after The Sunday Gleaner first reported that ganja-laced candies were available to some students at Hillel Academy in St Andrew, Collette Kirlew-Browne, director of client services at the National Council on Drug Abuse , bemoaned the fact that her organisation is not able to reach some of the most vulnerable drug users because the school administrators are not speaking up.

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  14. After School All-Stars 2015 summer camp wraps up for APS studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Examiner.com

    Middle grades student take part in games during the Annual After School All-Stars Summer Bash held at B.E.S.T. Academy. Nearly 700 Atlanta Public School students wrapped up one of the districts larges summer camp programs involving students from seven APS middle schools.

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  15. Chautauqua Lake Central School Announces Student AwardsRead the original story

    Saturday | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York

    Students of the Month at Chautauqua Lake Central School, honored for March and April achievements, were Cody Latimer, Abigail Andriaccio, Dakota Barrows, Sara Godfrey, Kyler Majka and Sophia Woodis.

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  16. Kane, Bielli win Dern Memorial ScholarshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Gloversville Leader-Herald

    Alexis Kane of Canajoharie High School and Alex Bielli of Gloversville High School were winners of the Fulmont Roadrunners Club's 2015 James R. Dern Memorial Scholarships. The scholar-athletes excelled in the classroom, as well as in long-distance running and extracurricular activities at their respective high schools, and soon will be moving on to college.

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  17. Camp Elachee Summer Day CampRead the original story

    Saturday | The Times

    Monday through Friday weekly sessions, June 1st through July 31st. Pre-K Camps, 9am - 12noon; Elementary & Middle School Camps, 9am - 2pm.

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  18. High school seniors set record Class receives nearly $12M in scholarships, grantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Hudson Reporter

    The Secaucus High School graduating class of 2015 received nearly $12 million in scholarships and grants - the largest amount ever received in the history of the school. School Principal Dr. Robert Robert Berckes, popularly known as Dr. Bob, congratulated the students warmly at the school's 39th annual graduation ceremony on Friday, June 19 at the Arthur F. Crouch Performing Arts Center.

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  19. Variations on a Theme: Alexei Borovik's Adult Variation ClassRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | DanceJournal

    I was wearing a black camisole leotard, pink tights, and pointe shoes, with my hair shellacked into a ballet bun on the top of my head. one day we would perform these same solos onstage as a part of a full-length and well-attended production.

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  20. Little Napoleons given free hand go 'out of control'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Malaysia Chronicle

    This Ramadan is never as peaceful as it used to be. The issues about attire, urine-drinking fiasco and overpriced property purchase, have all reflected our lack of culture of accountability, and that our weakened leadership is unable to put a check on all the mess.

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