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  1. The battleground of Upper BannRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    For 10 years he has been the MP for Upper Bann. With a majority of 3,361 votes he should feel more comfortable.

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  2. Angry backlash as would-be MPs debate Darwen schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This Is Lancashire

    THE control of Darwen's high schools sparked an angry backlash among people gathered to hear from the town's would-be MPs. The six politicians present at the hustings were asked if the Aldridge Foundation running three secondary's was good for education and children in the town.

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  3. Petition gains support to stop Turing House School heading to WhittonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Richmond and Twickenham Times

    Hundreds of people have signed a petition calling on Richmond Council not to stop Turing House free school being based in Whitton. The Department for Education secured a lease for Livingston House, Teddington, as a temporary home but its long-term future lies elsewhere. 1 comment

  4. With 10 Highers EACH in fifth year... are these boys Scotland's brightest twins?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Evening Times

    But Baran and Umut Karakus are putting pupils everywhere to shame with their achievements, sitting six Highers and four Advanced Highers - EACH. Not only are the identical twins raising their own aspirations, chemistry teacher Dr Mairi Campbell said they are boosting the ambitions of classmates too.

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  5. Thousands of students to stay home as Durham secondary teachers to strikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CTV

    Ontario's education minister says she is disappointed that high school teachers in Durham Region will be going on strike after talks broke down with their union. The Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation says its members will be on the picket lines Monday after talks fell flat late Friday.

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  6. UH Keiki Camp helps teach healthy ideas to youthRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KITV-TV

    Today was Healthy Keiki Camp Day at the U-H Medical School. It's part of the effort to get kids thinking about healthy choices early on.

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  7. Memphis pre-teen's Twitter pictures with guns, drugs and cash spark outrageRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    In one video he laughs and points the gun at the camera in an apparent attempt to look menacing - as adults laugh in the background. One woman tweeted him: 'you need help i feel so bad for you your parents should be ashamed please get help and a education this is sad and disappointing.'

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  8. So Outrageous, Like we're Fam--Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MetaFilter

    "And the pre-teens will be wearing BDSM dog collars, too, because that's EDGY, man. Blow your suburban mind, dad! You can't handle this, 1 percenter white minivan man because it's EDGY and BREAKS ALL THE RULES." "Thanks, Eric. Just come in under budget, 'kay?"

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  9. David Cameron's biggest critics are his own kids: 'They rib ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Independent

    The PM spoke from the safe confines of the Tory battle bus as he continues on the campaign trail ahead of the election David Cameron is currently hot on the campaign trail as he attempts to persuade the people of Britain not to kick him and his family out of No.10 come 7 May. Thus far, the Prime Minister has come across a number of jibing opponents. Including, perhaps most memorably, ukulele busker Gillian Duffy , who kindly sang 'f**k off back to Eton' in Cameron's face as he waltzed his way through the streets of Alnwick, Northumberland.

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  10. No classes today for Durham public high school studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | CBC News

    The 24,000 teenagers who attend public high schools in Durham Region won't be in classes today, as Durham District School Board secondary teachers hit the picket lines. The Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation gave notice Saturday that its full-time and occasional secondary teachers will be on strike as of Monday, which means the board's secondary schools are closed as a result.

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  11. School Yards to Appear Brown on Their Luck as Santa Barbara District Grapples with DroughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Noozhawk

    Santa Barbara Unified School District officials decided to shut off the irrigation of all nonplaying-field lawns last week, so every campus will start showing the impacts of California's chronic drought. "You're going to see a lot of brown around a lot of schools," district facilities director David Hetyonk said.

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  12. High schools adopt programs on sex assault awarenessRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Boston.com

    Local high schools are seeking to raise awareness about sexual assaults, and they are taking a page from the expanding initiatives on college campuses. Earlier this year, more than two dozen New England high schools - including about 10 in Massachusetts - rolled out an adapted version of a highly acclaimed education program that has been taught in recent years to college students on hundreds of campuses.

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  13. Durham high school teachers on strike MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | 680News

    High school teachers in Durham Region walked off the job on Monday morning - the start of a major labour dispute that could affect scores of students across Ontario. Talks between the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation and the Durham District School Board ended on Saturday when it was determined the two sides were at an impasse. 1 comment

  14. Wilson Dragged a C-Rig, Tutt Pitched a WormRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | BassFan.com

    With high-water conditions at Sam Rayburn Reservoir last week for the second stop of the Texas Division of the Rayovac Series, competitors had plenty of options to choose from. Some came in thinking sight-fishing spawning bass would be a productive method, but that quickly fizzled when it became apparent there were plenty of fish in the newly-submerged cover that was previously high and dry.

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  15. 3 Ways to Increase Your Chance of Receiving a College ScholarshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 3 | Credit.com

    The cost of attending college increases every year, and that probably isn't going to change anytime soon. The best way for students to reduce what they'll be spending is to apply for college scholarships.

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  16. Schools in Jonglei's Duk county re-open after closureRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    Hundreds of pupils resumed studies in Ayueldit and Poktap villages in South Sudan's Jonglei state, a year after rebellion forced them out of school. Re-opening of schools was announced by the Duk county education department in March, as parents were urged to comply.

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  17. Legal Academic Blogging and Influence vs. CreditRead the original story

    Yesterday | PrawfsBlawg

    A continued increase in the overall amount of law blogging until we reach a natural equilibirum, and then a roughly constant amount of blogging with frequent turnover among active law bloggers. Here's my thinking.

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  18. Students who teachRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cavalier Daily

    Third-year Engineering student Matthew Baron co-teaches a course called Change By Design, which offers students of various disciplines the opportunity to learn technical skills and problem solving. Like many University students, third-year Engineering student Matthew Baron and fourth-year College student Miranda Gwin balance various extracurricular activities with demanding schoolwork.

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  19. High school teachers in Durham to go on strike Monday, cancelling classes for 24,000 Ontario studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canada.com

    Ontario's education minister says she is disappointed that high school teachers in Durham Region will be going on strike after talks broke down with their union. The Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation says its members will be on the picket lines Monday after talks fell flat late Friday.

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  20. On Native GroundTHE Politics of Fear and SmearRead the original story

    Yesterday | American Reporter

    I thought we were safe here in Indiana. I thought we didn't do Zero Tolerance. Turns out the stupidity and harm of this blinded-to-logic-and-reason way of thinking has hit the Hoosier state.

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