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1 hr ago | The Daily Star
An Iraqi girl herds water buffaloes in the Euphrates river in Najaf, south of Baghdad, March 6, 2014.
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4 hrs ago | Denver Post
State Sen. Vicki Marble, R-Fort Collins, listens last month as Stephanie Piko, mayor pro tem of Centennial and mother of two high schoolers in the Cherry Creek School District, speaks at a news conference on Marble's "Colorado Moms Bill" that delayed Common Core tests.
8 hrs ago | Basingstoke Gazette
A BASINGSTOKE secondary school, which was the worst-performing in the borough in last year's GCSE results, is set to "significantly" improve, according to an education watchdog.
12 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
SPRING AWAKENING is the 2007 Tony Award winning rock musical adaptation of Frank Wedekind 's 1891 expressionist play about the trials and tribulations as well as the exhilaration of the teen years, exploring the confusion and desperation that ensue when the onrushing tide of hormones meets the ignorance of children.
A magazine for Derbyshire teenagers is currently being delivered to secondary schools.
A row between two Bradford Council departments which had threatened to scupper plans for a A 15 million academy has been settled.
Orchard School's third through sixth graders showed off their talents to family and friends at Wednesday's Science Fair.
East Jackson's former middle school could be filled with students once again if voters approve a May bond issue.
Since the Middle Ages, education has been regarded in this country as a public duty.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will visit Worcester Technical High School Wednesday morning and participate in a town hall-style meeting on career and technical education with educators, community college officials and business leaders.
Dressed in pink and black, hundreds of people packed a Pleasant Hill church this morning to remember a 14-year-old girl who was tragically struck and killed by a train in Martinez earlier this week.
Why was I not at all surprised to learn that hundreds of thousands of vulnerable older people are not getting the care they need in their own homes because of Government cuts? When local councils are forced to make savings we know they usually slash services for the elderly or children, those they think can't fight back.
B.C. teachers voted overwhelmingly in favour of a strike late Thursday, said Jim Iker, president of the B.C. Teachers' Federation, with 89 per cent of those who voted in agreement.
TANYA Brown is the first Access student from Peter Symonds College to try for and receive an offer from Oxbridge.
The union representing 41,000 teachers in British Columbia has voted overwhelmingly in favour of job action, although its president says there will be no immediate school closures or disruptions to students, and members are committed to a negotiated settlement.
Teens who have tried electronic cigarettes may be more likely to smoke regular cigarettes, according to the authors of a new study.