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  1. School absence figures in Norfolk are falling but secondary school...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Eastern Daily Press

    The number of children who were persistently absent from school fell by 20pc in Norfolk last year, according to new figures from the Department for Education. But the fall still saw 4,130 primary and secondary school students in Norfolk persistently absent, with secondary school absences 12pc higher than the national average, and performing worse than in neighbouring counties.

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  2. Teens face 'like' and 'FOMO' anxietyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KCRA-TV Sacramento

    That's what happened when six teens and adolescents -- five from New York and one from Los Angeles -- got together recently for a unique weeklong workshop at the offices of SheKnows.com, a leading women's lifestyle media platform. The teens didn't think that Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat, their go-to social networks, added much extra anxiety to their lives.

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  3. Candidates face off in final DC mayoral debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WUSA-TV Washington

    Candidates face off in final DC mayoral debate The three candidates for D.C. mayor faced off in their final debate on Thursday evening. Check out this story on WUSA9.com: http://on.wusa9.com/1wbJzjD Independent At-Large Councilmen David Catania, Independent Carol Schwartz and Ward Four Democratic Councilwoman Muriel Bowser were hosted by Anacostia Junior High School for the debate moderated by WUSA9's own Bruce Johnson.

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  4. Nobel prize puts children's rights on world agendaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CNews

    Almost two decades ago, long before the ubiquity of the search engine, the only article about child labour at my tiny local library was a piece about Kailash Satyarthi. The activist had been unjustly arrested, accused of "kidnapping" the very child slaves he had been freeing in India.

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  5. The Airdrie Boys rememberedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sunday Herald

    They've been like that since the beginning of September, when she removed paintings by her late father, the artist Dan Ferguson, from their usual position ahead of an outing to Dunoon. After a fortnight on show at Dunoon Burgh Hall as part of Cowal Open Studios, the paintings returned to Glasgow, where they now hang at the RGI Kelly Gallery alongside work by her father's lifelong friend, John Cunningham.

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  6. Subcommittee to select architect for New London school projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | TheDay.Com

    The School Building and Maintenance Committee took the first step Friday morning in a project to renovate or rebuild the city's middle and high schools by appointing a subcommittee to select an architect to design the new facilities. The school construction plans involve renovating as new Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School and New London High School, and constructing a new building to house a science, technology, engineering and math middle school at the high school campus.

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  7. Unauthorised term time holidays rocket as North East parents take children out of schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Chronicle Live

    The number of parents taking their children on holiday during term-time has soared across the North East, since the introduction of a ban. The rules on term-time holidays were changed in September 2013, meaning head teachers could no longer sign-off up to 10 days holiday in special circumstances.

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  8. Athletic Trainers' Group Advises Heart Tests for Young AthletesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | HON

    Young athletes should undergo heart screening before they play competitive sports, according to new guidelines released by the National Athletic Trainers' Association . The goal of the guidelines for secondary schools is to prevent sudden cardiac arrest in athletes.

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  9. Young leaders shaped at gathering of Temecula-area middle schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Lake Elsinore Valley News

    Vail Ranch Middle School leadership ambassadors show their school spirit during the leadership conference held at Great Oak High School on Oct. 8, 201... Eighth grade leadership ambassador Caidan Booth-Denk of Day Middle School participates in a blindfolded ball hunt game with other middle schools durin... Junior at GOHS, Tori Picquelle directs the eight participating middle schools in fun activities designed to promote camaraderie between the schools.

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  10. Police grant will help to keep Trowbridge teenagers interested and off the streetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | This is Wiltshire

    Longmeadow Tenants and Residents Association chairman James McDonald with PCSO Laura Humphreys and some of the equipment bought for local youngsters New consoles, controllers and games equipment are on the cards for Longmeadow Tenants and Residents Association in Trowbridge after it received a A 3,000 grant from the Police and Crime Commissioner's Fund. Longmeadow Tenants and Residents Association holds a drop-in session every Friday from 3.30-5.10pm for secondary school children, and a computer and games club every Saturday from 9.30am- noon.

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  11. Where they stand: Elisa HorneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Journal

    The three biggest are funding from the state, changing guidelines for academics from the state and federal government, and continuing to move forward in a strong and positive manner as we grow. We need to be fiscally responsible in managing the school district's funds, and continually seek support from our community and businesses and corporations.

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  12. Bahamas government seeks to leverage tertiary education fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Caribbean News Now!

    At a meeting held Mexico's Embassy on Tuesday, October 7, from left to right, are Dr Eugene Newry, Bahamas Ambassador to the United States; Jerome Fitzgerald, Minister of Education, Science and Technology; Emilio Rebasa Gamboa, Mexico's Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States ; and Monique Hinsey, a Consultant with the Ministry of Education's Scholarship Resource Services WASHINGTON, USA -- Jerome Fitzgerald, Bahamas minister of education, science and technology, last week participated in a series of meetings aimed at identifying partners to leverage and maximize the existing $16 million that his ministry annually dedicates to tertiary education scholarships, generating new scholarship opportunities for Bahamians, particularly public school students, enhancing exchange programs between The Bahamas and other countries and institutions and other matters related to ... (more)

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  13. A pioneer whose greatness was evident in high schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Star-Telegram.com

    His fate was set long before James Ireland Cash Jr. ever hoped of going to Texas Christian University, and most certainly before he would integrate its basketball program and lead the Frogs to a Southwest Conference championship in 1967-68. Way before he received graduate degrees from Purdue University, Cash had demonstrated that he was a deep thinker.

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  14. If your tween wants candy at my house, they'd better come correctRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | She Knows

    Theresa Edwards is a freelance writer and professional whiner. She lives in Dallas, Texas with her family where she enjoys reading, roller derby, and complaining about the heat.

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  15. Trooper, coach, fatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    Daily Enterprise file photoKentucky State Police Trooper Josh Brashears, right, talks with Harlan County Coroner Phillip Bianchi at a crash scene several years ago. Daily Enterprise file photoKentucky State Police Trooper Josh Brashears, right, talks with Harlan County Coroner Phillip Bianchi at a crash scene several years ago.

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  16. Dance instructor puts on a showRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    A local dance instructor known to students at J.N. Burnett and H.J. Cambie secondary schools will perform in Vancouver next week. MovEnt with Music on Main is presenting Dances for a Small Stage 31 as part of the 2014 Modulus Festival at the Ukrainian Centre Oct. 23 to 25. The evening will connect live dance and music, headlined by John Oswald and Holly Small.

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  17. School, where wall killed child, taught many for freeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Indian Express

    He had two sets of school uniform. One he wore on Thursday, the day he died. The second his two elder brothers folded carefully into a box.

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  18. Shneka Whaley is named new director at College Hill centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Cleveland Daily Banner

    The College Hill Recreation Center has a new director. She is Shneka Whaley, the daughter of Maria and Jed Whaley of Cleveland.

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  19. Magid: Engineers need a more well-rounded mind to meet today's technology demandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | SiliconValley.com

    A new book documents what is obvious to me when I look at a lot of products that have been designed by engineers: Schools of engineering too often produce graduates that lack creativity, imagination and -- most of all -- people skills. Or, as David E. Goldberg and Mark Somerville put it in "A Whole New Engineer: The Coming Revolution in Engineering Education," "Not only does engineering education tend to emphasize logical/mathematical intelligence to the exclusion of other ways of knowing, but also it operates with a fixed mind-set."

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  20. Fascinating features of San Francisco's old public Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | SFGate

    In less than a year, San Francisco will open its newest public school, Willie Brown Jr. Middle School in the Bayview featuring modern, clean-lines architecture, high-tech classrooms, solar panels powering 50 percent of needed electricity and other 21st century bells and whistles. But back in the 19th and 20th centuries, the city built very different schools - buildings with Italian tile, solariums, painted ceilings, chandeliers and yes, even gargoyles.

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