Lebanon School Board opting to keep school resource officer
"He's Now Part Of The 1%": Former Classmates Are Sharing What Happened To The "Slacker" Of Their School, And It's Proof That Grades Don't Matter In The Real World
"Since graduating, she is making thousands of dollars from her OnlyFans, sugar daddies, and dancing at strip clubs. Honestly, I should’ve learned from her."View Entire Post ›
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Brown University is the latest in a string of schools to add caste protections to their nondiscrimination policies, a measure aimed at giving Dalit students
In a mistake that will make a complicated situation even more confusing, about 9 million Americans received erroneous emails in November saying that their application for the Biden administration's...
- Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Texas high school football playoff schedule for the 2022 season from Class 6A through Class 1A six-man.
- TCPalm | Treasure Coast Newspapers
Martin County School Board member Christia Li Roberts may have misjudged how her constitutents feel about teachers and the work they do.
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Mom doesn’t want to waste her ‘valuable time’ going to son’s school: ‘Kids need to learn responsibility’
Her husband completely disagrees. T
- The Des Moines Register
More changes could be coming to Iowa high school football's classification structure.
Two schools were involved in medical emergencies where at least ten 12-14-year-olds overdosed.
- The New York Times
Ever since she was a 10th grader in Seattle, Annalice Ni wanted to develop software for a prominent tech company like Google. So she went to great lengths to meet the internship and other résumé criteria that make students attractive hires to the biggest tech firms. In high school, Ni took computer science courses, interned at Microsoft and volunteered as a coding teacher for younger students. She majored in computer science at the University of Washington, earning coveted software engineering i
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A viral video captured a racist attack at the University of Kentucky last month, where a white student is seen appearing to assault a black student and repeatedly saying racial slurs. Only on "CBS Mornings," the victim, first-year student Kylah Spring, and her mom discuss the attack.
Some students are graduating college with 'unmanageable' debt — but it's not their fault, a government watchdog finds
The GAO found 91% of colleges are understating how much it actually costs to attend. Two Republican lawmakers said it's "egregious and unacceptable."
- Kansas City Star
“Tears were flowing in that locker room,” one of the coaches said.
- The Root
The state of Georgia has 10 historically Black colleges. Seven of those schools are private, meaning they don’t get the majority of their funding from state government and they aren’t under the supervision of the University of Georgia system.
- Journal & Courier
Young Democratic Socialists of America at Purdue and the Greater Lafayette Democratic Socialists of America responded to former President Bush visit.
- The Columbus Dispatch
Letters to the Editor: Did Kari Lake help Kristina Johnson? Kristina Johnson's earned 'A' big in PR spin class. We may never know why Johnson is leaving OSU.
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A Gwinnett County mother is upset over the way school officials handled a threat against her daughter.
- LA Times
Educators want a 20% raise but says they're also committed to demands that represent the union's social values, such as solar panels and electric buses.
- Virginian Pilot
After-school ‘Satan club’ in Chesapeake has a paperwork problem. So here’s what’s next for organizers.
A new application for the controversial “Satan club” at a Chesapeake elementary school has been submitted, after the original local sponsor withdrew her name. School Board Chairman Harry Murphy said Tuesday morning that the application for the club, hosted by The Satanic Temple, had been withdrawn. Within hours, local club volunteer Rose Bastet said a new application had been submitted to the ...
- Fox News
University of Idaho could see 'collapsing enrollment' unless police solve students' murders, lawmaker says
Idaho House Minority Leader Ilana Rubel predicted "collapsing enrollment" at the University of Idaho unless police solve the recent quadruple homicide near campus.
- The Holland Sentinel
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