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  1. EDUCATIONRead the original story

    Yesterday | IPPMEDIA

    Much is heard in Tanzania about the limited availability of jobs for university graduates, and of their lack of practical skills and knowledge to bring to the workplace. While our problems may be more acute than in more developed countries, this challenge is in fact universal.


  2. Rockville rockers O.A.R. return to advocate the artsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WTOP-FM Washington

    Growing up in Rockville, Maryland, doesn't guarantee a rock career any more than Suitland guarantees a career in men's formal wear. But that doesn't stop O.A.R. frontman Marc Roberge from reveling in the glorious coincidence.


  3. School WinnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | HeraldNet

    Advisor Vince DeMiero congratulates Mountlake Terrace High School senior Nick Fiorillo, who was named the 2015 Journalist of the Year at the Washington Journalism Education Association Aos state convention March 21. Advisor Vince DeMiero congratulates Mountlake Terrace High School senior Nick Fiorillo, who was named the 2015 Journalist of the Year at the Washington Journalism Education Association Aos state convention March 21. Alexander Rahill, a junior at Edmonds Woodway High School, was named the Grand Prize winner of the Schack Art Center's 2015 Black and White Photography Contest for his entry 'Timeless Talent.'


  4. Truancy rates in Sheffield primaries among worst in regionRead the original story

    Yesterday | Sheffield Star

    Truancy rates among primary school pupils in the city are the worst in the whole of Yorkshire and the Humber. Department for Education figures show 1.3 per cent of school days at primaries in Sheffield were missed due to unauthorised absence during the autumn term last year and spring term this year.


  5. In diet education, one size might not fit allRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Medical News

    It may have become conventional wisdom that you can trick yourself into eating less if you use a smaller plate. But a UConn Health study finds that trick doesn't work for everyone, particularly overweight teens.


  6. ASTEP students to be evaluated on GNAT dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Gleaner

    THE MINISTRY of Education has indicated that students in The Alternative Secondary Transition Education Programme are to be assessed on May 8 when the Grade Nine Achievement Test is held. The Gleaner has learnt that several principals have expressed concern about how to treat with current ASTEP students and those who would have been added to the programme this year.


  7. Schools must use data to improve outcomes - educatorRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Gleaner

    MANAGEMENT experts say institutions, especially those cited as underperforming, have to do better at effectively managing data if they are to improve outcomes. The experts aligned with the Ministry of Education and who are consultants to the JN Foundation's iLead educational leadership programme made the comments during a recent workshop in Port Maria, St Mary, put on by the iLead project team for leaders at secondary schools, which are participating in the initiative, as well as the education ministry's Region Two education officers.


  8. Sierra Leone: Pregnant Girls Barred From SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Children will finally be returning to their classes throughout Sierra Leone on Monday after an eight-month hiatus due to the Ebola crisis. But there will be empty chairs at many schools.


  9. Pauline Liu: Common Core tests shouldn't frighten kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Times Herald-Record

    I have one nerve wracking week behind me and another that's about to begin. If you're the parent of a high school senior who's awaiting college admission results, then you know exactly what I'm talking about.


  10. Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2011:08:12 14:35:49Read the original story

    Yesterday | The Times-Tribune

    Every 10 seconds a report of child abuse is made in the United States - more than 3 million reports involving greater than 6 million children per year. More than five children die every day as a result of child abuse, most under the age of 4. About half of child fatalities caused by abuse or mistreatment are not reported on death certificates.


  11. First-Person SingularRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Yorker

    Almost exactly a year ago, Katie Crutchfield sent a message to her Twitter followers: "wrote a 4 minute long song for the first time in my life." She was twenty-five years old, and although her tweet could have been mistaken for the triumphant cry of a novice songwriter, Crutchfield was not in any sense a beginner.


  12. Barone: Some signs say breakdown in family can be foughtRead the original story

    Yesterday | Boston Herald

    Our kids, at least many of them, are not doing very well. The reason, writes Harvard professor Robert Putnam in his just-published "Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis," is the "two-tier pattern of family structure" that emerged in the 1970s and 1980s and continues to prevail today.


  13. Pediatrics Group Says Schools Shouldn't Drug TestRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Time

    A leading U.S. pediatrics group is recommending against in-school drug testing as a way to prevent young people from experimenting with illegal substances. The American Academy of Pediatrics released a policy statement on Monday saying it opposes randomly drug testing students because there's not enough evidence to show it's effective, and because random testing can damage relationships between students and their schools.


  14. Junior Sports Academy programme revised to offer broader skills trainingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Starting this year, Primary 4 students may be nominated by teachers or parents for selection trials, with an additional window for selection conducted in Primary 5, to take part in the programme. Education Minister Heng Swee Keat observing a Primary 2 PE lesson at Changkat Primary School with the Principal and PE dept staff.


  15. Student of the Week: Clifton PorterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Toledo Blade

    Quote from teacher: "Clif is a high character young man who is filled with dedication and passion," said teacher/wrestling coach, Ryan Donly. "He manages to excel in the classroom while balancing a very busy schedule associated with the several extracurricular activities he's involved in at AW.


  16. Secondary schools paddle to glory at Waka Ama championshipsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Scoop

    Waka Ama racing enjoys surge in popularity with 95 schools competing at the New Zealand Post-backed national secondary school championships. Rotorua's Blue Lake last week transformed into a sea of colour and noise as New Zealand's top secondary school Waka Ama paddlers battled it out for national honours.


  17. Evans principal takes student needs personallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Orlando Sentinel

    When students at Evans High School talk with Principal Jenny Gibson-Linkh about the things getting in the way of their studies, she really understands. Their principal had to sneak behind her father's back to take classes at Valencia Community College.


  18. 'Ant Boy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    "Twelve-year-old Pelle is bitten by an ant and develops super powers. Aided by comic book nerd Wilhelm, Pelle creates a secret identity as superhero Antboy.


  19. Kentucky plane crash survivor under the care of her half-sisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WATE-TV Knoxville

    An Illinois judge has ruled that a 7-year-old girl who survived a plane crash that killed four family members is now under the legal care of her half-sister. The Belleville News-Democrat reports that a Washington County judge granted guardianship of Sailor Gutzler to her half-sister Kasie Dlubala and her husband Daniel of Nashville.


  20. Mediation could be key to curbing school suspensionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Cloud Times

    Mediation could be key to curbing school suspensions Conflict Resolution Center pilot program at South Junior High School gets underway Check out this story on Callie Schroeder discusses a conflict mediation session March 23 before students arrive in the South Junior High School office. Schroeder, right, and fellow St. Cloud State University volunteers from the Conflict Resolution Center, Marissa Martin, center, and Britta Brolin, back, are all seniors studying relational communication studies.