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Study: Most High School Graduates Woefully Unprepared For High School

In High School Education | on May, 22, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Study: Most High School Graduates Woefully Unprepared For High SchoolNews from The Onion (satire): WASHINGTON—According to a study released Tuesday by the Department of Education, a majority of American high school graduates are critically unprepared for the rigors of high school, lacking the skills and knowledge necessary to meet the basic academic requirements of secondary [...]

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Race and Education: How Alabama High School Students Feel

In High School Education | on May, 17, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Race and Education: How Alabama High School Students FeelNews from Guardian Liberty Voice: Added by Stacy Lamy on May 17, 2014.Saved under Alabama, Education, Stacy Lamy, U.S.Tags: Education “Looking forward, not to the past.” On the 60th Anniversary of Brown v Board of Education, looking back has…………… continues on Guardian Liberty Voice … Read the [...]

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Every Child Has a Right to Quality Education

In Child Education | on May, 16, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from Capital FM: Education is both a human right in itself and also an important means in realising other human rights. However, children living with disabilities are often denied their right to a quality education due to stigma and discrimination at multiple levels. In general, children with disabilities are less likely to start school [...]

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Aregbesola Highlights Danger Of Boko Haram To Girl-Child Education

In Child Education | on May, 14, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from Leadership Newspapers: Aregbesola Highlights Danger Of Boko Haram To Girl-Child Education Abdullahi Olesin — May 14, 2014 Osun State Governor Rauf Aregbesola has alerted the nation of the danger which Boko Haram  campaign portends for education, especially the girl- child education. Aregbesola, who condemned the campaign by the Boko Haram against education and [...]

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Indiana Board of Education meets to discuss No Child Left Behind waiver

In Child Education | on May, 13, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from WTHR: INDIANAPOLIS – The State Board of Education and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction are once again at odds with one another. This time, the bottom line could cost Indiana school districts hundreds of millions of dollars. The U.S. Department of Education has already put Indiana on notice. The state needs to [...]

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Mother-daughter duo bring quality education through The Thinking Child …

In Child Education | on May, 11, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from MiamiHerald.com: Christine Lerin never thought she would work with children, and certainly not at the same school with her mother, Noelia Montaner — who has spent much of her career in the classroom or as a principal. But now Lerin, 26, and Montaner, 44, are devoted to the same mission: providing the best [...]

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Former governor Caperton receives child education award

In Child Education | on May, 10, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from Charleston Gazette:  When Gaston Caperton was in the second grade, his teacher noticed him struggling to read and began to suspect the future governor of West Virginia might have dyslexia, a common learning disorder. “Ms. Robinson called my parents and said, ‘Gaston has a problem,’” he recalled. “Because of her, and because of [...]

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Why the Fight for Girl-Child Education in the North Must Continue

In Child Education | on May, 08, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from AllAfrica.com: THE horrors of over 234 girls kidnapped from their hostel in Chibok three weeks ago cannot be put into words. Every second gone confirms the worst fears of parents. Even the far removed person on the streets worries about the security of his children. But no fear can be as real as [...]

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Former governor Caperton receives child education award

In Child Education | on May, 07, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

News from Charleston Gazette:  When Gaston Caperton was in the second grade, his teacher noticed him struggling to read and began to suspect the future governor of West Virginia might have dyslexia, a common learning disorder. “Ms. Robinson called my parents and said, ‘Gaston has a problem,’” he recalled. “Because of her, and because of [...]

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Biographies des chefs

In College Education | on May, 03, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Biographies des chefsNews from Radio-Canada: DARRELL DEXTERChef du Nouveau Parti démocratique Darrell Dexter En 1994, Darrell Dexter fait son entrée dans la vie politique en se faisant élire au conseil municipal de Dartmouth. En 1998, il est élu à l’Assemblée législative pour la première fois, devenant député de Dartmouth-Cole Harbour. Il a été réélu en 1999 [...]

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