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Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon is welcoming Illinois students - who could graduate from college in 2025 - back to school and is highlighting a program providing Internet access to low-income students.
Oliver Reedman, 3, walks the picket line Tuesday with his dad Nigel outside of Vancouver where he teaches at Technical Secondary School.
A squeeze on school places has been fuelled in part by a rising birth rate and changes in local populations Councils have been forced to cut back on school repairs, building projects and to borrow money to plug a A 1 billion black hole in funding for school places, it has been claimed.
New school year renews interest in education tax breaks The new school years brings federal and state tax breaks into focus for students, parents.
A RAFT of charities and community projects across Worcestershire have been awarded a share of a A 1.7 million pot of funding.
The Liberal Democrats have reignited the debate about sex education by calling for "age-appropriate" lessons about reproduction for children from the age of seven.
THE principal of a new all boys' school - set to open next month - has said plans are in place to limit any disruption to the local community amid concern from some residents.
The Lib Dems are calling for sex education for children as young as seven under manifesto proposals, to help deal with the rise of social media.
Currently, sex and relationship education is not compulsory in academies and free schools as well as primary school pupils, only council-run secondary schools.
Students who spent more hours playing videogames scored lower on a national academic test in Japan, according to results released by the education ministry.
Hopes to build a secondary school on the site of an existing primary school in Cobham were thwarted because parties were unable reach an amicable agreement on provision for local children, it has been revealed.
A QUEENSLAND council has successfully lobbied to have Google remove an unflattering image of a race riot from its search results.
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The Liberal Democrats have announced plans which would see all children in English state-funded schools receive sex and relationships education from the age of seven.
The Academy of Pediatrics recently reported that a later start time for middle school and high school students will increase academic scores and decrease sleep deprivation.
The National Business and Technical Examination Board has said that it would collaborate with secondary schools across the country as part of efforts to promote skills acquisition and make school leavers employable after graduation.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 02:21 am
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