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Sex Education Gets Directly to Youths, via Text

News from New York Times: While heading to class last year, Stephanie Cisneros, a Denver-area high school junior, was arguing with a friend about ways that sexually transmitted diseases might be passed along. Ms. Cisneros knew she could resolve the dispute in class — but not by raising her hand. While her biology teacher lectured [...]

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Fiesta Bowl: Stanford football instills importance of education to its players

News from AZ Central.com: by Jim Gintonio – Dec. 29, 2011 07:42 PMThe Arizona Republic Football recruiters from Stanford always walk a fine line. They want players who can help them win, but they also must instill the concept of doing just as well in the classroom. Jason Tarver, Stanford’s co-defensive coordinator, said in the [...]

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MERCER: Three ideas for education

News from Daily Republic: Bob Mercer Bob Mercer Talk about it PIERRE — Today, we’ll continue our countdown of 13 ideas for 2012 by looking at suggestions 5, 6 and 7 regarding K-12 and post-high school education. No. 5: Countering under-achievement. The state Department of Education has decided to abandon No Child Left Behind and [...]

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Jobs, education, health care top list of Hispanic concerns

News from Winston-Salem Journal: By: BERTRAND M. GUTIERREZ | Winston-Salem JournalPublished: December 29, 2011 Updated: December 29, 2011 – 12:14 AM Jobs, education and health care — not immigration — are among the top three “extremely important” issues for Hispanics, according to a nationwide survey released Wednesday by the Pew Hispanic Center. Responding to questions [...]

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FR Chamber of Commerce group throws weight behind education

News from Fall River Herald News: As the School Department strives to improve the quality of education in the city, it’s picked up an ally. The Fall River Area Chamber of Commerce and Industry is revitalizing its Education Committee in an effort to provide support to learning throughout the region. Chaired by Nicholas Christ, the [...]

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Young Parents Education Center supports teen moms, dads

News from Great Falls Tribune: Last week 18-year-old Hannah Sharp rang the graduation bell at Paris Gibson Alternative High School, while also holding onto her 9-month-old son Jakk Emineth. It wasn’t exactly planned this way, Sharp said but had it not been for the Young Parents Education Center there to help her create goals and [...]

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Infographic Shows Importance of Wifi To College Students

News from WebProNews: Shaylin Clark | December 25, 2011 @ 12:15pm | | A A A A new study has been released by Online Colleges, a website that puts students in touch with colleges offering robust online education experiences. The survey deals with the use of technology by US college students and has some interesting, [...]

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Jindal talks education reform

News from Opelousas Daily World: BATON ROUGE — Gov. Bobby Jindal Thursday solicited opinions of parents, school superintendents and teacher union representatives in another round of talks toward assembling his education package for the 2012 legislative session. Jindal said after the meeting that he was moved by stories of mothers from New Orleans who are [...]

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Illinois gets $42 million in schools grant contest

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Hawaii Health Officials Release Influenza Education Videos

News from Maui Now: December 23rd, 2011 · No Comments · Comments Via Facebook (0) · Health & Wellness By Bobbi-Lin Kalama (student news/media intern, Kamehameha Schools – Maui) Get the Flash Player to see this content. The Hawai’i State Department of Health today announced the release of a new series of influenza education videos. [...]

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