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TANYA Brown is the first Access student from Peter Symonds College to try for and receive an offer from Oxbridge.
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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.
The bottom line: A $1.1-billion surplus on day-to-day operations - the first surplus in six years - but government is borrowing $6 billion this year for schools, roads and hospitals.
A principal accused of setting fire to the North Dakota high school where he worked had passed background checks and came recommended by clergy and mentors in other states, a school official said Thursday.
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HAMPSHIRE County Council has offered 99.2 per cent of parents a place for their child at a secondary school of their choice, with 95.2 per cent getting their first preference.
Year Six children have found out their fate ahead of starting secondary school, with the vast majority getting their first choice school.
Almost 1,700 pupils - up from 1,500 last year - were offered year 7 places for September, with 71.58 per cent receiving their first choice.
Young Black men suffer from much higher rates of depression because of trauma compared to their White counterparts, and many Black men don't recognize that they have been traumatized, Dr. Waldo E. Johnson Jr. said during a one-day symposium at the University of Chicago.
The first was with Mark Garnier MP, who is vice-chairman of the all-party parliamentary group on financial education.
The Amy Winehouse Schools Project is to be piloted in 10 areas, including Morecambe, thanks to a grant of A 4.3 million from the Big Lottery Fund.
In 2013 79.4 per cent of children gained a place at their highest choice school, whereas this year only 74.6 per cent of children secured their preferred school Figures released by Reading Borough Council today showed that fewer children have been placed at their first choice school than last year.
A LOCAL authority is facing calls for greater transparency on problems at a secondary school amid claims that the "information vacuum" is damaging for pupils and staff.
Fewer than one in four students in the state's Gateway Cities are graduating from high school and that, some officials said, is going to cause a labor vacuum in the Bay State where 70 percent of all jobs will soon require some form of post-secondary school training.
A vigil will be held tonight at a Martinez middle school as students mourn the death of 14-year-old Jenna Betti, who was killed by a train on Sunday.