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  1. Xueda Education Group Announces Appointment of New Independent DirectorRead the original story

    Thursday | Digital Pro Sound

    Mr. Wong will also serve on the audit committee of the Company. Mr. Wong currently serves as the chief financial officer of Radio Cultural Transmission Co., Ltd. , a music production and music data management services company.Prior to joining Beijing Radio in 2013, he served as chief financial officer for Shanghai GreenTree Inns Hotel Management Group, Shanghai Nobao Renewable Energy and Henan Asia New-Energy.


  2. Boys plagiarize more than girls at schoolRead the original story

    Thursday | Science Daily

    The phenomenon of academic plagiarism among secondary school students has been the focus of recent study that confirms that this practice is widespread in secondary education, especially among the boys. Also, those who leave tasks to the last minute are the ones with a greater tendency to copy, authors say.


  3. Bloomingdale students are recogized for accomplishmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    At the March 2 Board of Education meeting, school officials recognized Walter T. Bergen School Science Olympiad participants, WTB National Geography participants, Passaic County Poster Calendar Contest winners, and teachers who have had perfect attendance. School district representatives also thanked Michael and Nicole Mahoney for supplying the 24 T-shirts WTB students wore at the Science Olympiad and Keren and Greg Tuck for outfitting 18 CHAT students at WTB with T-shirts.


  4. One third of New Orleans public school principals tried to choose their students, report saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Times-Picayune

    The Urban League of Greater New Orleans' schools expo in 2012. A new study from Tulane found many principals used expos and other marketing events to attract students.


  5. How do schools respond to competition? Not as you might expect.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Washington Post

    A Benjamin Banneker Elementary School student sprints past a peeling mural of New Orleans on May 23, 2014. The school is closing at the end of the 2014 school year as New Orleans shifts to a charter school system, becoming the first city of its kind in the nation to do so.


  6. Pre-Teen Accused Of Trying To Poison Mother With Bleach Is ChargedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KKTV

    A 12-year-old Boulder County girl accused of trying to poison her mother with bleach after her iPhone privileges were stripped has been charged with attempted first-degree murder and second-degree assault. The sheriff's office says the girl put bleach into her mother's breakfast smoothie March 2, leaving the woman feeling ill.


  7. Mom due in court after kids found in freezerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Connecticut Post

    Detroit Police Chief James Craig and other law enforcement have a short briefing to media as law enforcement investigates in Detroit where the bodies of 2 children described as pre-teens or teens were found in a freezer, Tuesday, March 24, 2015 by 36th District Court officers carrying out an eviction at the Martin Luther King Apartments. Their names were not immediately released.


  8. Springfield Schools Threaten More CutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | 92.5 KISS FM

    Springfield schools officials are threatening to eliminate all sports and extracurricular activities if voters reject a levy on the May ballot. A budget-cutting plan also would eliminate 25 jobs, including teachers, to save four million dollars per year.


  9. Half of Irish mums take their children out of school to cash in on low cost holidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    More than half of Irish mothers admit to taking their children out of school during term time to avoid paying high prices during peak holiday season. Research has shown that 53pc of Irish mums remove their kids from school for family holidays abroad to save money but just over a quarter of them inform the school of their plans.


  10. APT Announces Partnership with Tween Brands for Test & Learn Management SystemRead the original story

    Thursday | PRWeb

    Applied Predictive Technologies today announced that Tween Brands, a leading apparel retailer which operates over 1,000 Justice stores, has licensed APT's software, including its Test & Learn for Sites, Test & Learn for Customers, and Market Basket Analyzer applications. The leading retailer of girls fashion will leverage the software to analyze its store-, customer-, and transaction-level data to inform key business decisions spanning areas such as promotions, marketing, and merchandising.


  11. Opinion: Education as a Cornerstone for Women's EmpowermentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Inter Press Service

    Girls who report that their domestic chores interfere with their schooling are three times more likely to drop out. Credit: Zofeen Ebrahim/IPS - Earlier this month, the Barack Obama administration announced a new initiative designed to improve girls' education around the world.


  12. Bleach poisoningRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Daily Camera

    The 12-year-old Boulder County girl accused of trying to kill her mother with bleach in response to having her iPhone privileges stripped was charged Wednesday with attempted murder and felony assault. Appearing before Boulder District Court Judge Ingrid Bakke, the girl - whom the Camera is not identifying because she is a minor - waived the public reading of the advisement of her rights and charges.


  13. Are our schools damaging children's eyes?Read the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Science Daily

    Shockingly, research has shown a dramatic increase in the number of students leaving secondary school with short-sightedness, or myopia, and a new study suggests lighting in schools could be a factor. Over the last 30 years, short sight, or myopia, has become a global health problem.


  14. $1M bond set for woman whose kids were found dead in freezerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | KCTV5

    Law enforcement investigates in a low-income apartment complex in Detroit where the bodies of 2 children described as pre-teens or teens were found in a freezer, Tuesday, March 24, 2015 by 36th District Court ... . Teddy bears and notes are left at a town home in Detroit, Wednesday, March 25, 2015, where two bodies were found.


  15. Programs and News from Lorain Public Library System's North Ridgeville BranchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 |

    Join other adults for a fun and interesting discussion of a popular title on the fourth Tuesday afternoon each month at Lorain Public Library System's North Ridgeville Branch. This month, read The Little Girl Who Fought the Great Depression: Shirley Temple and 1930s America by John F. Kasson.


  16. Homeland Security Raids Lud...Read the original story

    Tuesday Mar 17 | The Coastal Courier

    Homeland Security agents execute federal search warrant at Faith Baptist Christian Academy in Ludowici Coastal Courier Federal and state authorities apparently removed students from housing at a private school in Ludowici Wednesday afternoon. According to Homeland Security spokesman Vincent Picard, agents from one of the agency's area offices executed a federal search warrant in support of an ongoing criminal investigation at the Faith Baptist Christian Academy in Ludowici.


  17. Bill to require Tenn. K-5 students to participate in PE classRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WKRN

    Students in kindergarten to fifth grade would have to participate in a physical education class at least twice a week under legislation advancing in the House. The proposal sponsored by Republican Rep. Roger Kane of Knoxville was approved on a voice vote in a House education subcommittee on Wednesday.


  18. Northern Irish schools get free MinecraftEduRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    CultureTECH, a self-described ' innovation festival ,' has announced funding from the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure which will be used to provide copies of block-building game Minecraft to every secondary school in Northern Ireland. The break-out hit for Markus 'Notch' Persson and his company Mojang, Minecraft is based on open-source block-building game Infiniminer and enjoyed a success its inspiration never did: sales were strong even during the game's alpha stage, and by a month into its beta release the title had sold more than a million copies.


  19. Katie Goes to Washington Local girl writes to President Obama, is...Read the original story

    Thursday | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Katie Osmer, 9, wrote a letter to President Obama and heard back from him ... and got an invitation to attend the Easter event at the White House on April 6. Katie Osmer got some great advice when she asked how she could overcome her shyness and make new friends at school. Join clubs.


  20. 5 Things You Need To Know Today in Framingham: March 26Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    If you don't have a ticket, you are out of luck, as it is sold out. The event is a fundraiser for the Framingham Public Schools.