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  1. Chance to have your say on plan for new Welsh school on Duffryn siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | South Wales Argus

    CONSULTATION: James Harris, Newport chief education officer; Monmouthshire Councillor Liz Hackett Pain; Newport Councillor Debbie Wilcox; and Sarah McGuiness, chief officer Monmouthshire Council on a visit to the proposed Welsh-medium secondary school sit James Harris Newport Chief Education Offcer, Monmouthshire councillor Liz Hackett Pain, Newport councillor Debbie Wilcox and Sarah McGuiness Chief Officer Monmouthshire Council and on a visit to the proposed Welsh medium secondary school in Duffryn MEMBERS of the public will have the chance to have their say on the proposal to build a new Welsh-medium secondary school in Newport at consultation meetings in March.

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  2. UK Labour Party announces plans to make LBGT-inclusive sex education compulsoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Sydney Star Observer

    THE UK Labour Party recently announced it would make Sex and Relationship Education LGBT-inclusive and compulsory in state schools across the country to combat homophobic bullying, should they win the May elections. Shadow Education Secretary Tristram Hunt made the announcement at the Little Ilford School in London.

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  3. Students at the Delphi Academy of Santa Monica Will Join the Carnegie Hall Music Explorers in MarchRead the original story

    Wednesday | 24-7 Press Release

    In preparation for the March 12 field trip and performance, students will receive music lessons at the Delphi Academy of Santa Monica. Professional development is also offered to the Delphi teachers through The Broad Stage.

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  4. Coeur d'Alene School District voters to decide on two-year levy - Wed, 25 Feb 2015 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Spokesman-Review

    At Lakes Magnet Middle School north of downtown Coeur d'Alene, a small room inside the main office is piled high with obsolete textbooks. A larger room one floor up is stacked with hundreds more, some more than 10 years old.

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  5. First African-American MIT Graduate, Black Architect, Immortalized on Limited Edition Forever StampRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Inquiring News

    Robert Robinson Taylor, believed to have been both the first African-American graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the nation's first academically trained black architect was inducted into the Postal Service's Black Heritage Stamp series today as the 38th honoree. His great granddaughter, White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett joined Postmaster General Megan Brennan in dedicating the stamp.

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  6. Ghana's education has retrogressed badly - ExpertRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Ghanamma.com

    He said lofty speeches by politicians and public officials have done little to bring about fundamental changes in the structure of the country's education system. "Had we made education a priority, public schools will not be sitting in the dust," he told Joy FM's Super Morning Show Tuesday.

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  7. Advisory council submits proposals to boost support, recognition of NSRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Channelnewsasia.com

    The Advisory Council on Community Relations in Defence submits 18 proposals to the Ministry of Defence, which include initiatives to ease transition for full-time servicemen returning to school. SINGAPORE: The Advisory Council on Community Relations in Defence on Wednesday announced it has submitted 18 proposals to the Ministry of Defence aimed at boosting support and recognition for National Service .

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  8. Kenyan girl exchanged genital mutilation for educationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | ABC News

    Kenyan schools entrepreneur and international women's rights advocate, Dr Kakenya Ntaiya, made an extraordinary bargain at the age of just seven. The Masai schoolgirl was so determined to continue her education that she made a deal with her father that she would undergo female genital mutilation in exchange for finishing her education.

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  9. First Bytes Society seeks tweens and teens for computer programming classRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | POP City

    In 2012, the computer programming education initiative, First Bytes Society , won a $1,000 micro-grant from the Awesome Foundation. "The grant from the Awesome Foundation served as the initial kick start for the First Bytes Society," says First Bytes Society founder, Nate Good.

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  10. Analysis: Curriculum change in WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | BBC News

    So what changes might we see to the national curriculum, which has been part and parcel of how pupils in Wales have been taught since the late 1980? The national curriculum was given the go-ahead in 1988 under education reforms by the then education secretary Kenneth Baker and started to be taught in schools in September 1989. Mr Baker had said that "we can no longer leave individual teachers, schools or local authorities to devise the curriculum that children should follow".

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  11. Radical curriculum overhaul proposedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | BBC News

    A radical overhaul of the national curriculum in Wales, which has set out what pupils learn for 26 years, has been proposed. Prof Donaldson - a former chief inspector of schools appointed last March to look at what is taught in Wales - suggests: Key stages - which apply from the moment pupils start to infant school to when they take their GCSEs - to be replaced.

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  12. Yearly financial education for kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Watertown Daily Times

    Daily we earn it, borrow it, read about it and watch it on TV - and until recently, most people thought only adults spent it. According to CBS News, in 1983 companies spent $100 million marketing to kids; today, that figure is closer to $17 billion, and with good reason.

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  13. New NI website for eating disordersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | BBC News

    The new Eating Disorder Association Northern Ireland website aims to create awareness about conditions such an anorexia, bulimia and binge eating. Ann McCann from EDANI said children as young as 10 or 11 were coping with eating disorders and their parents were contacting her organisation every week.

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  14. Cash runs out for Roma projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Evening Times

    ROMA people have become scapegoats for social problems in Glasgow's south side but a two-year project has begun to tackle that stigma, according to supporters. However, there are fears that work to encourage integration of the ethnic minority group will suffer a setback when the funding runs out in March.

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  15. SINGAPORE: Peeling away S'pore's class layersRead the original story

    Tuesday | Asia News Network

    What is your age? Your race? Neither question would seem out of place in an opinion poll in Singapore. But try this: Are you working, middle or upper class? The question might seem unusual because, for a long time, the concept of class has been taboo in Singapore, intuitively at odds with the idea of a meritocratic society where people can advance by dint of hard work.

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  16. Structured career guidance and overseas internships for poly, ITE graduatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Straits Times

    Polytechnic and Institute of Technical Education students will have a structured education and career guidance curriculum from this year. Starting from this year's new intake of students, the curriculum will take up 40 to 60 hours over three and two years for polytechnics and ITE respectively.

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  17. Supply generators in all SSC exam centres: Bombay HCRead the original story

    Tuesday | Mid-Day Mumbai

    The Bombay High Court today asked the Maharashtra government to supply generators/inverters at all the examination centres for secondary school examination commencing March 3 and warned of taking contempt action if the directive is not complied with. Hearing a petition filed by activist Vishnu Gawli, a bench, headed by Justice Abhay Oka, also directed the government to depute officers of the education department to all the centres to inspect whether generators and inverters have been provided.

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  18. St. Mary's student wins Whiteside County beeRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Daily Gazette

    Meagan Moore, an eighth-grader at St. Mary's School in Sterling, shares an embrace with her parents, Steve and Deb Moore, after winning the Whiteside County Regional Spelling Bee on Tuesday evening at Morrison Junior High School. Moore won a trip to Washington, District of Columbia, to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

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  19. Round 2 of Percussion-Palooza set for SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Daily Gazette

    ROCK FALLS – Percussion-Palooza, a solo and ensemble competition by middle school, high school, and post-secondary school percussionists, will take place Sunday at Rock Falls High School, 102 12th Ave. The program will begin at noon. The top three preliminary performances in each category at each level will earn awards.

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  20. Ashland High School named among best in the stateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Ashland Daily Tidings

    Ashland High School is on the list of the top 10 public high schools in Oregon as announced by the Niche.com website. Measured on seven variables, AHS ranked seventh.

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