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Education should be about building skills, not debt

News from Arizona Republic: Matt Salmon, AZ I See It 5:01 p.m. MST August 5, 2014 A message on a graduation cap during ASU’s 2011 graduation ceremony at Sun Devill Stadium.(Photo: David Wallace/The Republic) Story Highlights Last year, I introduced a bipartisan bill to address problems of access, affordability and utility of education The bill [...]

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Joe Straus talks to development group about importance of education

News from Victoria Advocate: Jessica Rodrigo • Originally published June 19, 2014 at 11:06 p.m., updated June 20, 2014 at 12:55 a.m. If you go WHAT: Victoria Partnership meetings WHEN: 7:30 a.m. every Tuesday WHERE: 700 Main Street, Suite 204 More information: Call the VEDC at 361-485-3190 or email vedc@victoriaedc.com. The speaker of the Texas [...]

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Rotarians talk to students about importance of education

News from Eagle-Tribune: LAWRENCE — Once a month, members of the Rotary Club of Lawrence visit the Guilmette School for a career day with seventh graders. During the vocational service project, members talk about their occupations and the education they needed to get their jobs. Speaking to students this month were, Ron Hill, Rachel Concepcion, [...]

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What UK education czar Michael Gove doesn’t understand about creativity

News from Boing Boing: Cory Doctorow at 6:06 pm Mon, May 20, 2013 Michael Gove is the UK Se……………. continues on Boing Boing >>> Read the full article Related News:

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5 things about education and the Wash. high court

News from San Francisco Chronicle: SEATTLE (AP) — With multiple budget proposals on the table and only a few weeks left to go, Washington lawmakers have reached a central question of the 2013 Legislature: How much money do they need to spend on education to satisfy a Supreme Court order to fix the way the [...]

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Important to raise awareness about education among children: Gambhir

News from Hindustan Times: Children having fun during a Hindustan Times initiative ‘You Read They Learn’ programe at Pratham centre at Trilokpuri in New Delhi. HT/Virendra Singh Gosain Yesterday I got into a partnership. A partnership which goes beyond runs, averages and cricketing victories. This partnership is with Hindustan Timesâ?™ You Read They Learn initiative. [...]

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Salma Hayek talks about kissing Kevin James and the importance of education

News from Examiner.com: Salma Hayek has taken on many different roles in her film career whether it was as a vampire queen in From Dusk Till Dawn, her portrayal of the artist Frieda Kahlo in Frieda or as recent as a vicious cartel leader in Olive Stone’s Savages. This time around, Hayek is taking on [...]

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Education quashes misconceptions about sex

News from Chicago Sun-Times: BY DR. LAURA BERMAN drberman@bermancenter.com September 25, 2012 9:25AM FILE – In this Friday, Aug. 24, 2012 file photo, U.S. Rep. Todd Akin, R-Mo., addresses members of the media in Chesterfield, Mo., where he confirmed his plans to remain in Missouri’s U.S. Senate race despite a political uproar over remarks he [...]

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Braves’ Fredi Gonzalez Wants Better Education for Latinos About PEDs

News from Fox News: SAN FRANCISCO –  Atlanta Braves’ manager Fredi González believes that Latino players need to be better educated about the dangers and risks of performance enhancing drugs.  Gonzalez also said Friday he would be in favor of stricter penalties — perhaps even a one-year ban — for those who are caught breaking [...]

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Special Education Overhaul Brings New Concerns About Students’ Programs

News from New York Times: July 2, 2012, 2:46 a.m. As more neighborhood public schools open their doors to students with disabilities this fall, advocates, parents and educators say they are worried about a potential lack of support, especially when it comes to negotiating a student’s Individualized Education Program, or I.E.P. The legally binding document [...]

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