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3 hrs ago | WLKY-TV Louisville
GOOD EVENING, I'M VICKI DORTCH. AND I'M RICK VAN HOOSE. KENTUCKY STATE POLICE HAVE OFFICIALLY RULED THE DEATHS OF THE NELSON COUNTY MOTHER AND DAUGHTER AS HOMICIDES.
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7 hrs ago | Daily Kos
Vivian Malone registers at the University of Alabama, accompanied by U.S. Deputy Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach and federal marshals Affirmative Action continues to be under attack, and the Supreme Court's Schuette decision was no surprise.
11 hrs ago | The Advertiser News (South)
College counselor and author of From Public School to the Ivy League: How to Get into a Top School Without Top Dollar Resources, Mandee Heller Adler.
15 hrs ago | Lincoln Daily News
California Republican gubernatorial hopeful Neel Kashkari called for free college tuition for students pursuing math and science degrees, part of an education reform plan released Tuesday that would also model public schools after charter schools.
19 hrs ago | The Washington Post
Back in the day, the day being June 23, 1926, the very first Scholastic Aptitude Test was given to some 8,000 young people, most of them male, who labored for three hours and 45 minutes on problems in nine areas: definitions, math problems, classification, artificial language, antonyms, number series, analogies, logical inference, and paragraph ... (more)
A Missouri Senate committee adopted a state budget provision Tuesday to prevent public colleges and universities from offering in-state tuition rates to students living in the country illegally.
High school juniors across the state will take the ACT during school Wednesday. The state will pay for the exam.
The U.S. Supreme Court decision Tuesday upholding the state's ban on racial preference in college admissions comes as the University of Michigan has been taking steps to reach out to minorities and make them feel welcome on campus.
Despite Tuesday's setback at the U.S. Supreme Court, affirmative action supporters are vowing to continue the right to boost minority enrollment at the state's most prestigious university.
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From the Cobb County School District Scores for Cobb County Schools on the 2013 College and Career Ready Performance Index topped average scores for Georgia schools at all three levels - elementary, middle and high.
Monday, the Chief of the Choctaw Nation announced he is retiring.According to an email from the Nation's public relations office, Choctaw Chief Gregory Pyle will be formally announcing his retirement during a festive celebration April 24 in honor of his 65th birthday.
Standardized testing for Oklahoma students was disrupted by technical problems for the second consecutive year, prompting the suspension of all online testing Monday.
Missouri lawmakers have only a few weeks to decide whether to expand a college scholarship for top students in an effort to employ them in the state after graduation.
For the second consecutive year, standardized testing for Oklahoma students has been disrupted, prompting the state superintendent to suspend all online testing for the day.
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Incoming students at Flagler College in St. Augustine this year got a rude awakening if they thought standardized tests were something they left behind with their SAT prep books.