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  1. Introducing Meridian Dentistry for ChildrenRead the original story

    Thursday | Newswise

    Neptune, NJ - January 29, 2015 - K. Hovnanian Children's Hospital at Jersey Shore University Medical Center introduces Meridian Dentistry for Children, a specialized, full-service, dental practice for infants, children and adolescents in a child-friendly, caring environment. Meridian Dentistry for Children focuses on care for underserved populations, including children with special health care needs such as autism, developmental delay, and other chronic conditions, as well as those challenged with lack of access due to insurance coverage.


  2. Public and scientists express strikingly different views about science-related issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Science Daily

    Despite similar views about the overall place of science in America, the general public and scientists often see science-related issues through a different lens, according to a new pair of surveys. A new Pew Research Center report, released in collaboration with AAAS, finds the public and scientists hold widely different views about science-related issues.


  3. DeKalb Township offers scholarship applicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Daily Chronicle

    This year, TOI will award seven $1,500 scholarships to graduating high school seniors. TOI has been awarding the scholarships since 1989, and during that time has granted $267,000 in aid to 159 students.


  4. On Native GroundCAN Mitt Romney Tell the Truth?Read the original story

    May 4, 2012 | American Reporter

    On a bright Monday morning, a day before tax returns were due, I bumped into my ersatz friend Marshbaum who was placing a change container at the Gas-High Mini-mart on Low Octane and Greed avenues. "I'm not playing 20 Questions.


  5. Make My DayKARL the Curmudgeon Wants a Writers FeudRead the original story

    Mar 1, 2012 | American Reporter

    It's the end of February, and one of my friends is still sporting a summer tan. I know it's phony - and she knows I know it's phony - but I have long ago stopped teasing her about it.


  6. New league tables 'trip schools up'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Malvern Gazette

    More than 300 schools fell beneath the Government's floor target this year after failing to ensure enough pupils gained five good GCSE grades Headteachers have warned that schools are being "tripped up" by constant league table changes, as new rankings showed that the number of secondaries considered under-performing has doubled in a year. Major reforms have had the most effect on schools working with the poorest children, according to the National Association of Head Teachers .


  7. mark reidRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Vancouver Courier

    This director of bands and choirs at Vancouver Technical secondary school is one of three finalists in Canada, 50 in the world, for the US$1 million "I was in the middle of a class when the email came in. I was sitting at the piano and it popped up and I saw the first sentence [that I was one of 50 finalists] and was shocked," Reid said while en route from teaching at Van Tech to teaching at the Saint James Music Academy, the free after-school program in the Downtown Eastside that uses music to empower children.


  8. Nearly 7,000 fewer fluent Welsh speakers than eight years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | IcNorthWales

    Those are the main findings in a Welsh language use survey funded jointly by the Welsh Government and the Welsh Language Commissioner. The survey showed that 11% of all people aged three and over living in Wales in 2013-14 could speak Welsh fluently compared with 12% in 2004-06.


  9. North Cestrian's free school bid takes step forwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Messenger Newspapers

    SENIOR leaders from North Cestrian Grammar School in Altrincham have been interviewed by education chiefs as for it bids to become a non-selective, non-fee-paying academy. It is regarded as a positive step towards NCGS achieving its free school status and members of the Department for Education are now set to visit North Cestrian as part of the application process.


  10. COMMENTARY | Imagine the power of the 12th personRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Port Orchard Independent

    There are "12th Man" flags everywhere are blue and green colors being sported on every corner, in our schools, and in most places of work. Young and old, athletes or not, we are all united by the excitement and energy of the Seahawks' season and big game ahead.


  11. Young Reporter: Exploring Learning from a Young AgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | News Shopper

    Swirling with kids, this 12 year old business started when the creator of the company visited America, and brought back the tuition schooling idea, in order to help the children of today succeed with the 11+ along with secondary school. Due to the idea being focused on younger kids, I asked Hannah whether she thought that by introducing the children to this type of learning now, rather than when they get to secondary school, it would benefit them.


  12. Duwa set to offer college level entrepreneur classRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Washington Evening Journal

    Shelly Duwa holds the certificate showing she has completed the Bizinnovator teaching certification program. She can now teach entrepreneurship for college credit.


  13. School mural draws on Nanaimo students' passionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nanaimo News Bulletin

    As Angela Jurgensen graduates from Vancouver Island University's postbaccalaureate teacher training program this week, it is fitting that Jean Kloppenburg will also be receiving her master's degree in education. Kloppenburg, a teacher at Woodlands Secondary School , served as a sponsor for Jurgensen.


  14. Africa: How Empowering Women Can Help End Poverty in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    For far too long, women and girls in Africa have faced discrimination and inequalities in the workforce which have not only hurt them, but their families, communities and their countries as a whole. As we begin 2015, the African Union's Year of Women's Empowerment, one thing is clear: we will not reduce poverty without working to achieve gender equality.


  15. Movies opening this week: 'Black or White,' 'A Most Violent Year,' 'Project Almanac,' 'The Loft'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    Kevin Costner is a grandfather, grieving over his wife's death and trying to retain custody of his beloved granddaughter . Octavia Spencer is the girl's other grandmother, battling for custody for the girl's father, her son.


  16. Horncastle has missed out on health fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Horncastle News

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Horncastle has very little chance of clawing back thousands of pounds which would have boosted the town's health services.


  17. North East state schools are closing the gap on their fee-paying peersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Chronicle Live

    Private schools might lead the way in this year's secondary school league tables, but state schools in Tyneside are closing the gap on their fee-paying peers. Head teacher Lynne Ackland said she was pleased with last year's set of scores, despite tougher reforms introduced by former Education Secretary Michael Gove.


  18. Easington Academy proves Michael Gove wrong with record resultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Chronicle Live

    A school in a community that was criticised for "lacking ambition" has ranked highly in this year's secondary league tables. Former Education Secretary Michael Gove sparked fury two years ago when he said there was a "real problem" in East Durham, claiming he could "smell the sense of defeatism."


  19. Identity and civic engagement in adolescenceRead the original story

    Thursday | CiteULike

    To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. The purpose of this study was to examine the links between identity and adolescent civic engagement .


  20. GCSE pass rates in Sheffield, Doncaster and Barnsley below national averagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | South Yorkshire Times

    Schools in Sheffield, Doncaster and Barnsley have all performed worse than the national average for GCSE pass rates in state schools. Rotherham was the only local authority area in South Yorkshire to perform better than the national average of 56.6 per cent of pupils achieving at least five GCSEs including Maths and English at grade C or above.