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  1. Student sharing his experience with autismRead the original story

    Monday | The Labradorian

    Nathan Simms of Hermitage wants to make people in his area more aware of the challenges autistic children face everyday. Nathan, a seven-year old Grade 2 student at John Watkins Academy, has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder .

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  2. Deadline looms for Hillingdon secondary school placesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Hillingdon Times

    PARENTS with children in their last year of primary school are reminded that the deadline for applying for a secondary school place in Hillingdon is October 31. The borough's school admissions team is encouraging them to apply for more than one school and to consider nearby schools, as well as others further away. Parents are also urged to attend secondary school open evenings to hear a talk by the head teacher, meet the teaching staff, take a tour and meet current pupils.

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  3. Force Majeure Movie ReviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Shockya.com

    In writer-director Ruben A-stlund's darkly comic vision, a cowardly decision in a single moment can spell either an end to a marriage or at least redefine a couple, who might think, "This is not the person I married." It doesn't matter how rich or poor the couple may be, and in fact the principals in "Force Majeure," Swedish title "Turist," are upper-middle class tourists from Sweden who unwind-or who think they will unwind-in the French Alps.

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  4. Foreign teachers worsen graduate glutRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Age

    Foreign nationals on 457 visas are working in schools and early childhood centres despite a growing glut of unemployed Australian teaching graduates. A leaked audit of the 457 scheme by the Fair Work Ombudsman, obtained by Fairfax Media, suggests that up to 3600 people are working as teachers, mainly in early childhood care.

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  5. Honeywell And NASA Bring STEM Education Event Back For 10th Year, 1000th SchoolRead the original story

    Monday | Freshnews

    Honeywell and NASA are celebrating 10 years of collaboration with FMA Live! Forces in Motion , an award-winning, hip-hop physics education program that inspires middle school students to learn and enjoy math and science in a compelling, fun and memorable way. The popular show, which will visit its 1,000 school during this special tour, is in high demand, having been performed before 400,000 students in all 48 contiguous U.S. states, as well as in Mexico and Canada.

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  6. The 10 Best Concerts in New York This Week - 10/20/14Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Village Voice

    Gerard Way Irving Plaza 7pm, $35. Emo prince and former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way is in the midst of a reinvention, but that doesn't mean he's totally forgotten the days of Sweet Revenge or The Black Parade.

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  7. In our opinion: School reformers should study what works in other countriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Deseret News

    It would be good for liberals and conservatives in each state to come together and resolve to study and adopt the best practices observed elsewhere, adapting them to local needs and unique cultural characteristics. It would be good for liberals and conservatives in each state to come together and resolve to study and adopt the best practices observed elsewhere, adapting them to local needs and unique cultural characteristics.

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  8. Megan Fass: Student leadership has turned into a shamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Dallas Morning News

    In theory, giving students leadership opportunities in their schools is a great plan. Identify potential leaders of tomorrow, give them the skills and tools they'll need, and let them loose on the world to make it better.

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  9. 'Rapping' East Lancashire teachers' video an online hitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Blackburn Citizen

    TEACHERS at a secondary school in Hyndburn have recorded a rap song in the hope it will attract BBC Radio One. The 30-second clip, recorded by students at Norden High School in Rishton, was entered into a competition in aid of Children in Need called Best Day Ever.

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  10. Canadian Educators Recognized for iNACOL Innovation AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Market Wire

    Four outstanding programs and educators were recognized by the Canadian eLearning Network as nominees for one of four innovation awards presented by iNACOL . The iNACOL Innovator Awards recognize learning practices, new research and individual achievements in the field of blended and online learning.

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  11. CECH awarded more than $2 million in NSF funding.Read the original story

    Monday | University of Cincinnati

    To help create sustainable models for education, several faculty members from UC's School of Education and School of Information Technology have recently secured grants from the NSF. As the economy and future workforce necessitate a shift of education goals from content drilling to fostering higher-end skills, curriculum must also transform the ways in which students learn to approach problems and apply knowledge.

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  12. District's Ambitious Personalized Learning Effort Shows ProgressRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Education Week

    As students file into math teacher John Williams' 6th grade class at Whittemore Park Middle School here, they eye the back wall carefully. That's because their names are displayed there, for all to see, along with what percentage of coursework they've completed.

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  13. Massena man charged with pulling girlfriend out of shower, punching her during argumentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

    A Massena man allegedly upset that his girlfriend had confronted him about his alleged extracurricular activities faces three misdemeanor charges following a domestic dispute. Village police charged Gregory M. Allen, 23, of 90 East Hatfield St., Apt.

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  14. Are small high schools better for students?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Deseret News

    A multiyear study found that smaller high schools boosted graduation rates by 9.4 percentage points, and college enrollment by 8.4 percentage points. This story is part of the Deseret News National Edition , which focuses on the issues that resonate with American families.

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  15. Student sharing his experience with autismRead the original story

    Monday | Nor'Wester

    Nathan Simms of Hermitage wants to make people in his area more aware of the challenges autistic children face everyday. Nathan, a seven-year old Grade 2 student at John Watkins Academy, has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder .

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  16. Ghana Adolescent Reproductive Health Program Launched In SunyaniRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Ghanamma.com

    The Ghana adolescent reproductive health program was launched in the Brong Ahafo Regional Capital Sunyani, on Wednesday, 15th October, 2014. The aim of the program was helping adolescents to access information services and education on reproductive health.

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  17. GiRL Power 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | MyHighPlains.com

    The Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health hosts GiRL Power 2014 . The goal of this nonprofit event is to engage mothers and their pre-teen daughters in dialogue about self-esteem, exercise, nutrition, Internet safety, bullying and how to communicate with each other.

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  18. Northwood University Named to Victory Media's 2015 Military Friendly Schools ListRead the original story

    Monday | PRWeb

    Inclusion recognizes private, non-profit university's longstanding tradition of providing educational opportunities to active U.S. service men and women and veterans We have a strong intent to meet the unique needs of service members and their families as they pursue higher education. Northwood University, based in Midland, Michigan, announced today that it has been designated a 2015 Military Friendly School by Victory Media, the leader in successfully connecting the military and civilian worlds.

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  19. Celebrate Halloween at Algiers eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Times-Picayune

    Halloween is the theme for this month's activities at the Algiers Regional Library. Movies and storytimes all have that magical flavor.

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  20. #CBCbyelxn: Calgary-Foothills riding profileRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CBC News

    Calgary-Foothills is one of those three seats up for grabs, having been vacated by former Alberta MLA Len Webber, who won the federal Conservative Party nomination for Calgary Confederation. With Premier Jim Prentice among the candidates running in this riding, voters are looking carefully at the options on offer and some say they want to send a message to the government when they cast their ballot.

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