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  1. A new season at the libraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | The Chronicle Herald

    The September to June school year is so much a part of our lives that as summer winds down and we begin to note the approach of autumn, many of us feel as though a brand new year is beginning, even more so than in January. Our Julian calendar may say one thing, but our culture says another.


  2. News Corp sells education unit to management teamRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | West Australian

    News Corp. said Thursday it was selling its money-losing education unit Amplify to a management team supported by private investors. The unit -- created by Rupert Murdoch's conglomerate to bring more education technology to the classroom -- failed to deliver profits and the company said earlier this year it was evaluating alternatives for the division.


  3. Warden's Bonspiel to benefit Syrian refugeesRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | The Wellington Advertiser

    Warden George Bridge announced at the Sept. 24 Wellington County council meeting that proceeds from the Warden's Bonspiel, to be held Nov. 13, will be used to help alleviate the ongoing crisis.


  4. 'We are on the brink of serious operational damage'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | The News-Gazette

    Presidents of the state's nine universities wrote to top lawmakers today, warning that they are "on the brink of serious operational damage" without a state budget resolution. The letter urges Gov. Bruce Rauner and legislative leaders to end the budget stalemate for fiscal 2016, which began July 1. The presidents note that lawmakers have committed to $34 billion in spending for state elementary and secondary schools, continuing appropriations and statutory transfers, but three months into the fiscal year "the public higher education community has not received a single dollar in state funding."


  5. Part II: Farrah Krenek discusses bullying, Mother Teresa, 'Skeleton Twins'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 |

    Actress and UChic Ambassador Farrah Krenek spoke to me in the first half of our interview about the "State of The Girl" series, gay marriage, and helping to empower women. Read more about Krenek here, as she opens up about prayer, being yourself, and her upcoming film "Freeheld" with Ellen Page and Julianne Moore.


  6. Dove's Latest Film Will Make You Rethink Your Beauty InsecuritiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Refinery 29

    There's no time in a woman's life when she feels more insecure than during her pre-teen and teenage years. Being different was a constant fear, and every time we looked in the mirror there was something we wished we could change to mimic what we saw around us.


  7. Afghan Boys are Being Raped...And the Army's Just Letting It HappenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Daily Kos

    The year is 2011. While serving in Afghanistan, Captain Dan Quin of the United States Army Special Forces learns that a local militia commander- one of many supported by the United States Army- has abducted a young boy and chained him to his bed.


  8. Evergreen Foundation announces second quarter grantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | The Mountaineer Publishing Company

    The Evergreen Foundation board of directors voted at the September meeting to provide $86,620 in second quarter funding to six non-profit agencies providing programs and services for individuals with Behavioral Health, Substance Use and Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities. The grants were awarded through a competitive grant process to the agencies, which are located throughout Western North Carolina.


  9. Education ministry begins distributing metal detectors to schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | The Gleaner

    The Ministry of Education has begun the distribution of 135 new metal detectors to high schools in an effort to reduce the number of weapons entering schools. It notes that following an audit conducted in some schools earlier this year it was revealed that some of the metal detectors were defective and in need of replacement.


  10. Ground broken for new schoolRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | Weirton Daily Times

    Both West Virginia Superintendent of Schools Michael Martirano and Brooke County Superintendent of Schools Toni Paesano Shute agreed that the upcoming construction of a new Brooke County middle school owes much to the community's support.


  11. College: Worth the Cost?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Slate Magazine

    Just half of college alumni "strongly agree" that their educations were worth what they paid for them, according to the newest data from an ongoing Gallup-Purdue University study of college graduates. The survey - which is the largest of its kind and annually polls a nationally representative sample of about 30,000 college alumni - attempts to measure whether colleges are doing enough to help students' well-being in life after they graduate by asking questions about how engaged they are at work.


  12. Want to become a doctor? Don't be so sure.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Kevin, M.D.

    Recently, my friend "Tim" told me that he no longer wished to become a doctor. He had already taken the Medical College Admissions Test and all his premedical course requirements.


  13. 5 More Ways to 'Remove the Walls' From Your ClassroomRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Edutopia

    Do you play well with others? OK, let's see. You meet with your colleagues, share resources, divvy up tasks, discuss student concerns -- and then you go back to your room to teach the same differentiated lesson as the rest of your team.


  14. Bloomfield College Gets Federal Grant For Low-Income Black StudentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 |

    Bloomfield College will soon be the recipient of a hefty federal grant to promote the postsecondary success of African-American and other high-need STEM students. The U.S. Department of Education's Predominantly Black Institutions Program awarded the university $600,000 from October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016.


  15. Convocation Speakers Encourage Students to Seek Education Outside the Classroom and Fight for SocialRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | UC San Diego

    These words of advice were delivered to about 6,000 new freshmen and transfer students from alumna Dr. Coleen S. Sabatini at UC San Diego's Convocation on Sept. 21. The ceremony marks the official entrance to the campus community for new students.


  16. Virginia Students to Speak Live with Space Station CrewRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | Freshnews

    A group of students from Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, Virginia, will get the chance to speak with an astronaut who once studied in their classrooms and now is working and living on the International Space Station. The 20-minute, Earth-to-space call is scheduled for 10:20 a.m. EDT on Monday, Oct. 5, and will air live on NASA Television and the agency's website.


  17. Waldman and Clementi: Ending the cyberbullying epidemicRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | New York Daily News

    Five years ago, Tyler Clementi, an 18-year-old student at Rutgers, died by suicide. He was the victim of an egregious breach of privacy perpetrated by a roommate who, unbeknownst to him, set up a webcam to spy on him in an intimate act.


  18. North East firm is tackling 'unconscious bias' in staff recruitmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 | Chronicle Live

    But, days later rejection lands in your inbox. In knee-jerk frustration, you tell your family the process is rigged.


  19. PlanetHS Announnces Lupita Knittel As Its New CEORead the original story

    Thursday Oct 1 | PR Log

    Oct. 1, 2015 - PRLog -- Following an initial phase of rapid adoption, PlanetHS is proud to announce Lupita Knittel as its Chief Executive Officer to lead the company into an aggressive growth and expansion period. PlanetHS connects schools, family, and business communities in support of student activities and athletics.


  20. Late bedtimes could lead to weight gainRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 30 | EurekAlert!

    Teenagers and adults who go to bed late on weeknights are more likely to gain weight than their peers who hit the hay earlier, according to a new study from the University of California, Berkeley, that has found a correlation between sleep and body mass index. Berkeley researchers analyzed longitudinal data from a nationally representative cohort of more than 3,300 youths and adults, and found that for every hour of sleep they lost, they gained 2.1 points on the BMI index.