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3 hrs ago | The Orlando Sentinel
Christin Rivas, 14, was fascinated by the small, round toy magnets that you can sculpt into shapes and use to perform magic tricks.
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5 hrs ago | Daily Mail
Brock Mason was extradited from deployment in Japan to face charges including five counts of lewd or indecent acts to a child under 16 He allegedly forced the young boys to have sex with him, perform oral sex and masturbate, in exchange for gifts like cash and shoes The single mother of the boys had thought Mason was mentoring and helping her sons ... (more)
10 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
Tauranga Year 11 pupil Celine Cromb, 16, believes a good teacher can be the difference between pass and fail for some students.
12 hrs ago | Transitions Online
The controversy over sex education is only the latest instance in which nationalist rhetoric and talk of 'morality' has influenced public policy in Kyrgyzstan.
14 hrs ago | Romsey Advertiser
SCHOOL children from Hampshire were given a day off from traditional schooling last week when they attended a food-inspired workshop.
15 hrs ago | Get Reading
The West Reading Education Network want the site for a new free secondary school and the group joined forces with Reading Borough Council and Reading West MP Alok Sharma to oppose plans to build houses on the site Construction giant Taylor Wimpey has lost its appeal against Reading Borough Council's refusal to allow it to build 193 houses on the ... (more)
15 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News
All 29 of Cambridgeshire's secondary school academies have threatened to take the Government to the High Court over the school funding crisis.
Teachers from Barbados and seven other Caribbean territories will upgrade their performance assessment skills when Dr Dani Lyndersay of UWI St. Augustine's Centre for Festival Arts hosts a three day workshop from December 9-11 at Divi Southwinds Resort, St. Lawrence.
Here's a glance at parts of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee's proposed spending plan for fiscal 2015, which begins July 1: The committee recommends that several programs receive the same amount of money in FY15 that they're receiving in FY14.
Dr. Cornelius V. Robbins, the second president of Genesee Community College, died over the weekend, in Delmar, New York, where he lived with his wife Janet.
Danielle Cook, 13, an eighth-grader at Afya Public Charter School, is interested in applying to Cristo Rey, but she was told that her dreadlocks go against the high school's policy.
A housemaid, Chika Ukoha, has committed suicide in Kubwa, a satellite town in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, by swallowing a concentrated insecticide, popularly known as sniper.
Reading's first free secondary school is to go ahead after a housing developer's appeal to use the site for housing was dismissed.
Darwen Vale High is the first secondary school in East Lancashire to be told it has to make the move.
Students attend class at the Jing'an Education College Affiliated School in Shanghai.
Now a study led by researchers at The University of Nottingham has given a unique insight into the impact of TS on secondary education by talking to parents, teachers and, for the first time, the young people themselves.
Figures showed Church of England comprehensives which do not select on faith admitted 4% more pupils eligible for free school meals than would be expected compared to their area Poor pupils are more likely to get a place at Church of England secondary schools which do not select on religious grounds, according to a new study.