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  1. Virginia Beach native returns to region to help guide United WayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Virginian-Pilot

    At an assembly at Lynnhaven Junior High School in Virginia Beach, he was stunned to learn he was student of the month. What should have been an exultant moment was fuzzed by fatigue.


  2. Why Mothers and Daughters FightRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wall Street Journal

    The most consistently fraught relationship among relatives is the mother-teenage daughter bond, therapists and family-dynamic experts say. The crux of the problem: A mother often sees her daughter as an extension of herself, while the teen is trying to develop her own independence and individuality.


  3. True Detective Recap: Faking ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TVLine

    Time must be a flat circle, because this week's episode of True Detective feels like it spins on and on and on yet is about as productive as Frank in the donation room at the fertility doctor's office. On at least one front, however, we get resolution: Despite being shot twice in the chest in the previous episode, Ray Velcoro is very much alive.


  4. River Institute open house, a new chapter and a flood of memoriesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Seaway News

    St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences executive director Dr. Jeff Ridal stands with this year's River Award winner Kate Schwartz at the institute's annual open house in Cornwall on Saturday, July 4, 2015. St. Lawrence River Institute of Environmental Sciences board chair Rik Saaltink speaks to a crowd at the at the institute's annual open house in Cornwall on Saturday, July 4, 2015.


  5. Children are being segregated in British schools, report warnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Children are being segregated when they start school, according to a report which found that white pupils grouped together while almost two-thirds of ethnic-minority children formed the majority of pupils in their classrooms when they began their education.


  6. Federal judge rules against former Bloomfield schools employeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Farmington Daily Times

    A federal judge has ruled against a former Bloomfield schools employee who sued the school district and a former administrator for multiple instances of alleged racial discrimination and retaliation. Roxanne Arthur, a former social worker for the Bloomfield School District, filed a lawsuit in federal court on Dec. 10, 2013, against the district and Rob Ford, the former principal at Mesa Alta Junior High School.


  7. Summer vacation over, but govt schools on periphery still wait for teachers' recruitmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Indian Express

    It has been a week since the city schools re-opened after the summer vacation but the schools on the periphery are still waiting for recruitment of teachers. As per claims made by the UT Education Department, the recruitment was to be completed before the beginning of the new academic session to ensure that studies do not suffer and teachers of different subjects do not have to take substitute classes.


  8. Lagos re-introduces computer-based test in schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vanguard

    L agos -Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State at the weekend stressed the need for constant review of the educational curriculum in schools to reflect current challenges in the nation. Ambode, who spoke at the official commissioning of Brownsville College in Parkview Estate, Ikoyi, said while the state continues to encourage private sector participation in education, quality and standard will not be compromised.


  9. Govt orders high school shutdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Telegraph

    Imphal, July 5: The Manipur government's decision to shut down Imphal's Bengali High School, one of the oldest schools of the state, has run into a wall of opposition from students and teachers. The Okram Ibobi Singh government decided to close the school, which was established in 1903, for setting up a Ramkrishna Mission Centre on the same campus at Babupara here as the first step towards opening Ramkrishna Mission School in Imphal.


  10. Inside Uganda's model villageRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | BBC News

    As you climb up the winding reddish-coloured gravel road to Ruhiira - past endless dense plantations of matoke bananas - it can feel at first sight as if it is a world largely unchanged from when I was first working in Uganda close to 50 years ago. Bananas were a staple then - for family consumption and as a mainstay of the local economy - and they still are today.


  11. US Resettles More Refugees Than Any Other CountryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | NewsBlaze

    As a fervent defender of human rights and committed to help those in need, the United States of America is not only the world's leading donor of humanitarian aid, but also resettles more refugees than any other nation in the world. As the world marks World Refugee Day last month, the United States of America reiterated its commitment to defend and help refugees scattered by violence and oppression around the world.


  12. Avondale College And HP Announce Innovation PartnershipRead the original story

    Sunday | Scoop

    The partnership signals a commitment by Avondale College to incorporate innovative, design and critical thinking into its curriculum and expose students and teachers to the potential of technology, so that they may actively contribute to the fast-changing world around them. "In addition to the overhaul of our ICT infrastructure, this partnership represents our greater strategic focus on introducing innovation practices into the school and driving positive change in the curriculum," said Brent Lewis, Avondale College Principal.


  13. How UC plans to become a world-ranked university by 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The RiotACT

    I attended a public meeting late last month in which UC Vice-Chancellor Professor Stephen Parker explained his 15 year vision for the University of Canberra . I was impressed at the level of interest, with a packed auditorium that was standing-room only.


  14. Wanaka host parents follow kids around worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Southland Times

    Wanaka parents Kathy and Gary Tweedie had the best excuse this year for a late-in-life "big OE" - "kids" in five European countries. The Tweedies have hosted eight international student over seven years and in March decided it was time for a "family reunion".


  15. FSU students fly high at Callaway GardensRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | LaGrange Daily News

    Circus tumbler and 'human jump rope' Megan Konen, a junior at Florida State University from Lakewood Range, Fla., is swung by fellow performers during the FSU Flying High Circus at Callaway Gardens.


  16. Wicomico teacher soars at Space CampRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Worcester County Times

    Wicomico teacher soars at Space Camp John Reichenberg launches lessons learned at Space Camp in the classroom Check out this story on But Reichenberg's original path was not one conducive to space travel. He was part of the business world for 18 years before becoming an educator in Wicomico County.


  17. Exam pressure has primary pupils flocking to tutorialsRead the original story

    Sunday | The Standard

    Five in every six Primary Six students attend tutorial classes, with a quarter of these spending at least nine hours a week or an average of 1.1 to 2.2 hours a day, according to a survey. Caritas said 85.4 percent of the 1,677 Primary Six students polled from March to May this year go to tutorial classes after school or during the holidays and just 14.6 percent do not.


  18. Syria's children are being robbed of their futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Globe and Mail

    Sawssan Abdelwahab, who fled Idlib in Syria, walks with her children outside the refugees camp near the Turkish-Syrian border in the southeastern city of Yayladagi February 16, 2012. 'It should shame us all," UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said this week, that "the suffering of the Syrian people continues to plumb new depths."


  19. South Canterbury pic page: July 4-5, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 4 | Timaru Herald

    Reon Park starts his Tour de Timaru with 35 laps aong with friends and supporters on Sunday at the Caledonian Grounds. His version of the Tour de France is a fundraiser for KidsCan and involves the cyclist riding the same number of hours the leader of the real race does each day.


  20. Many new teen drivers 'crash' in simulated driving taskRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Around four in 10 newly licensed teen drivers "crashed" in a simulated driving test, suggesting that many adolescents lack the skills they need to stay safe on the road, according to a new study. The simulated driving assessment included a 35-minute "drive" replicating 22 variations of the most common scenarios that often cause teens to crash.