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Adolescents and Pre-Teens Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Religious education 'needs overhaul'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | BBC News

    Religious education in England's schools needs a total overhaul to bring the subject into the 21st Century, argues a report. Religious belief has changed sharply in recent years but religious education has not kept pace, says the Goldsmiths, University of London, report.


  2. SEC announces dates for secondary examsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | The Peninsula

    Doha: The Supreme Education Council has announced the examination schedule for first term for secondary schools and adult education programme. The examinations will be held by the end of next month.


  3. New B.C. curriculum to include codingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Tri-City News

    Georgiy Sekretaryuk, James He and Matthew Wood are members of Pinetree secondary school's Science and Engineering Club who are working on an Arduino kit to learn about electronics, using circuits and programming. They are participating in Codecreate at Lighthouse Labs on Dec. 5 in celebration of the Hour of Code.


  4. Lack of trust in National Standards on the agenda for Blenheim schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 |

    Renwick School principal Simon Heath is a driving force behind a new Community of Learning in Blenheim designed to lift student achievement. After five years, there is still a lack of trust in National Standards data, but a group of Marlborough Schools are set on fixing it as part of a new Government policy.


  5. Waitaki Boys' High School claims Ki o Rahi titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Timaru Herald

    Waitaki Boys' High School Ki o Rahi team back from left Shay Fearn, Tevita Asi, Lachlan Templeton, Paddy Henwood, Joseph Siale, Kalib Mullins and Ethan Johnston; and front row Scott Kitto, Siketi Tevao, Jacob Tuisani and Riley Hartland. The Ki o Rahi team from Waitaki Boys High School blitzed the competition in the Aoraki Secondary Schools Ki O Rahi championships to claim the title.


  6. 'Shambles' blast at council education shake-up as yet another consultation beginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Western Telegraph

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  7. Students Need Teacher Relationships Not Just Adaptive Software & VideosRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Moving at the Speed of Creativity

    Thanks to the web of connections facilitated by Twitter , this morning I watched the popular YouTube video, "Digital Aristotle: Thoughts on the Future of Education" by YouTuber CGP Grey . Like many snappy and impressive videos about "transforming our education system" created by professional YouTubers, however, this one makes some flawed and dangerous assumptions.


  8. Talks to resume in bid to end high school job action, and start-up with ETFORead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | New Tecumseth Free Press

    District 17 Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation and the Simcoe County District School Board will return to the bargaining table next week for the first time since talks broke off November 11, triggering a limited scale work to rule campaign. Approximate 1,100 public high school and continuing education teachers in Simcoe County have been without a local contract since August 31, 2014.


  9. Crafty lessonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | The Economist

    GETTING boys of 12 or 13 to sit quietly and write essays about architecture, heritage or history, or indeed almost anything, is a tall order, even in a part of the world that is famously obsessed with the past. But instilling such knowledge has become easier for Darren Currie, a teacher at Saint Joseph's, a Catholic school in a poorish part of Northern Ireland's second city.


  10. Kansas freshman Diallo receives clearanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | KOCO-TV Oklahoma City

    The university had worked with the NCAA for several weeks on Diallo's eligibility before a decision was handed down Wednesday. Kansas coach Bill Self participated in a conference call on Saturday night to outline the steps the school had taken and athletic director Sheahon Zenger sent a letter to the NCAA indicating the case was not handled properly.


  11. Brasch WordsTANNESS, Anyone? Oscars and the Bronze BeautiesRead the original story

    Feb 23, 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.


  12. Senior leaders pushed for non-faith 'Trojan Horse' linked...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | IcWolverhampton

    Tahir Alam, Monzoor Hussain, Hardeep Saini and Lindsey Clark pushed for changes to the curriculum at schools run by Park View Educational Trust, hearing told Four senior leaders at Birmingham schools linked to the so-called Trojan Horse plot "were pushing for them to become increasingly Islamic", it has been claimed. Former chair of governors Tahir Alam, principals Monzoor Hussain and Hardeep Saini, and executive headteacher Lindsey Clarke led the drive to Islamise the three non-faith schools run by the Park View Educational Trust , claimed its former HR manager Gurpreet Ghillion.


  13. Shipley MP Philip Davies likened to 'Moriarty' in Commons fillibustering debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    The chairman of the influential Procedure Committee said the "appalling" blocking of backbenchers' legislation by a handful MPs filibustering should be stopped. Charles Walker insisted that private member's Bills are regulated by some of the worst procedures in the Commons, allowing individual MPs to "talk out" legislation by speaking at length until parliamentary time runs out.


  14. Ilkley Grammar ranked among best schools in the countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Ilkley Gazette

    The Sunday Times Top 200 State Secondary Schools List was published at the weekend, and the Ilkley school, in Cowpasture Road, said it was delighted to appear in the table, which compares schools nationwide based on its 2015 examination results. The school was placed 192nd last year overall and has moved up to 166th this year out of all schools in the list.


  15. The Pre-Teen/Teen's World: Then and Now [Parents] @ Southwest YMCARead the original story

    Thursday Nov 26 | Macaroni Kid

    The Kardashians vs The Brady Bunch! Sexting vs Kissing! The Bathroom Wall vs Social Media!For parents of children in late elementary school and/or middle school, this fun filled, informative, and FREE interactive presentation IS FOR YOU! Come and remember what the world was like when you were "their age" and examine what your child is facing today. This is a time when PARENTS should be MORE INVOLVED.


  16. 'Sour taste in the client's eye' The Apprentice star ridiculed for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Daily Star

    Viewers of the BBC show were left in stitches and/or utter confusion after candidate Gary Poulton said that one of his teammates "left a sour taste in the client's eye". After his team lost the party planning task, project manager Gary told David that he would be taking him back into the boardroom while sipping tea from styrofoam cups in The Bridge cafe.


  17. Push being made for home-schooled students to playRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Logan Banner

    One West Virginia mother who home schools her child wants her child to be able to play sports at the local public schools.


  18. Australian Open 2015: Lincoln Tighe uses pre-tournament weights workout to lift to leadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Sydney Morning Herald

    From squirrels with form to athletes putting their heads on the line, these are the most exciting, silly and downright crazy plays in the sporting world this week. Lincoln Tighe just wanted to let his mates know he worked on his legs at the gym on Wednesday.


  19. What CIOs Think About Online Holiday ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | InformationWeek

    In the next few weeks workers will be tempted to peruse the Internet for killer discounts on four of the busiest online single-day shopping events of the holidays. A recent survey reveals the likelihood of whether your boss will be a Grinch or offer good cheer if you're caught.


  20. Adolescence in crisis: Philippines' island of teen mumsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 |

    SINGAPORE: Rather than going to school like most girls her age, 14-year-old Arr Sheraine boils guava leaves everyday, a remedy that supposedly heals her one-year-old son of the lesions on his body. Her son, Atong, has had open wounds all over his body - including a a festering wound on his head - since birth.