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  1. Lapidus to freshmen: Have fun, be safeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sentinel & Enterprise

    In his first-ever address to students, new Fitchburg State University President Richard Lapidus focused on what it means to be at a university, both the abstract and the practical. Lapidus, who began his tenure as the school's 11th president in July, gave his official "President's Welcome" to new students Tuesday afternoon in the university recreation center.


  2. A tribute to Antoine Walker - Employee Number 8Read the original story

    Wednesday | Boston Celtics

    I don't really know how to put it any better than that. He was incredibly talented, supremely confident, given far too much leeway, and ultimately became the face of what was wrong with the 90's Celtics and perhaps basketball itself.


  3. Elementary school on UTTC campus struggling with enrollmentRead the original story

    Wednesday | KSL-TV

    An elementary school on the United Tribes Technical College campus in Bismarck is seeking to boost enrollment while pushing the federal government for a new facility. The majority of students who attend Theodore Jamerson Elementary School have parents who live on campus as students of the college run by American Indian tribes in North Dakota.


  4. Why Home Schooling?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Right Wing News

    Many public primary and secondary schools are dangerous places. The Justice Department's Bureau of Justice Statistics and the Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics show that in 2012, there were about 749,200 violent assaults on students.


  5. Seven key investments for health equity across the lifecourse: Scotland versus the rest of the UKRead the original story

    Wednesday | CiteULike

    We put forward seven societal-level investments for increasing health equity. We compare evidence for their effectiveness in Scotland versus the rest of the UK.


  6. East Kilbride parents' fury as council cut free buses for high school pupilsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Record

    PROTESTORS vented their fury at South Lanarkshire Council headquarters following the local authority's decision to cut free school transport for secondary pupils from two to three miles. Parents and carers in East Kilbride have slammed South Lanarkshire Council's decision to cut free school transport for secondary school pupils.


  7. Sacred Heart welcomes class of 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 |

    With 1,316 students, Sacred Heart University's class of 2019 joins the two previous classes as the largest in Sacred Heart history. In addition to its size, the class is also distinguished by its academic accomplishments as evidenced by an average high school GPA of 3.4, which is the highest ever GPA for an incoming class.


  8. Major school curriculum changes coming to B.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 29 |

    With students able to instantly search an infinite amount of information online on any topic and the average five-year-old able to navigate an iPad or YouTube with ease, it is clear that schools will have to move away from a traditional model where all students read the same book at the same time, answer the same questions and write the same test. There is a massive shift underway, and as students go back to school next week, a new optional curriculum will be in place for students up to Grade 9. It will be mandatory next year.


  9. What 'Inside Out,' a film about feelings, gets right about the brainRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2015 |

    Enthralling, puzzling, frightening and unpredictable: That's the world moviegoers confront in Pixar's new animated film "Inside Out," set inside the somewhat fractious mind of an 11-year-old girl named Riley. Riffing on the concept of the homunculus, the miniature man that 16th and 17th century scientists believed controlled human consciousness, "Inside Out" embraces miniature beings representing five emotions: joy, sadness, anger, fear and disgust.


  10. They're Only Five, But a New Mandatory Program Teaches Kids...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2015 | Right Wing News

    Do you think you, as a parent, should be able to decide when your children learn about things like sex, masturbation, and homosexuality? Well, too bad, say Quebec educators: they're instituting a new mandatory sex ed program that parents can't opt out of. There is no longer a religious or other exemption for parents in Quebec, as mandatory sex education begins this school year, starting with children as young as age five.


  11. Free secondary school given the green light to set up in RugbyRead the original story

    Feb 9, 2015 | Rugby Advertiser

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A free secondary school has been approved and the trust behind it hope to have things up and running in Rugby by September 2016.


  12. Ceremony to bring 'prosperity and good luck' to new Worthing schoolRead the original story

    Feb 9, 2015 | West Sussex Today

    The completion of West Sussex's newest school will be marked by a traditional ceremony to bring prosperity and good luck to the building. An age old 'topping out' ceremony at the 900-pupil Bohunt School, in Worthing, will see wine, oil, corn and salt sprinkled over the building to celebrate the success of the construction so far.


  13. Tough decisions ahead for rural education: BernierRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Prince George Citizen

    "There are some tough decisions to make," Bernier said in a teleconference with northern media. " need to look at what's going to work well for your region."


  14. Op-ed: The Story Behind the First LGBT History MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Advocate

    In August, The Advocate ran an op-ed that seemed to suggest that LGBT History Month was founded a mere decade ago. As those who were there at the start, more than two decades ago, we'd like to set the record "straight."


  15. School so popular all new pupils live within 300 yards of the gatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday |

    A PRIMARY school is so popular that only youngsters who live within 300 yards of the gates are able to attend. Fairhouse Infant School, in Long Riding, Basildon , had 60 places on offer for reception pupils, who will start later this week.


  16. MfD: Most Czech students do not mind tuitionRead the original story

    Wednesday | Prague Daily Monitor

    Four-fifths of some 1000 respondents, mostly university students, would not mind tuition at Czech higher education facilities, according to a poll conducted by the ISIC agency for daily Mlada fronta Dnes and released in its issue on the first school day yesterday. In addition, almost a half of the polled could imagine payment for secondary-school studies as well.


  17. ZZ Ward makes a serious breakthrough despite her label's Disney audienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Charleston City Paper

    ZZ Ward has always been a bit of a square peg in a round hole when compared to her label mates at Hollywood Records. The record label has relied upon sister companies within its corporate family, such as Disney Channel and Radio Disney, to promote and cultivate an audience for its artists.


  18. Cambuslang parents blast South Lanarkshire Council as controversial school bus plan is voted throughRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Record

    South Lanarkshire Council have been accused of "splitting the community" after plans to increase the distance for free secondary school bus travel were voted through at an executive committee last week. Councillors voted by 20 to eight for the controversial proposal, which will save the cash-strapped authority 800,000 a year.


  19. London school places crisis worsensRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | BBC News

    Pupils in London face a growing funding gap, with the school-age population forecast to rise by 12% over five years, argues a report. "Do the Maths 2015" says the government is not providing enough cash for new school places needed in the capital.


  20. In the middleRead the original story

    Wednesday | NWAonline

    The changes are drastic enough that they left one mother -- one of many, no doubt -- wondering if her child had been beamed down from another planet. Taja Howard of Harrison felt relief when she found a pamphlet in her oldest son's backpack chock-full of tips on living with a middle schooler, including a list of frequently asked questions.