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Next Generation Of Broadcast Journalists Graduate From KYW Newstudies Program

By Justin Udo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The KYW Newsradio Newstudies program teaches broadcast journalism to high school students across the region. The class of 2014… 263 more words

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U of M student has the measles, officials confirm

A student at the University of Minnesota’s Twin Cities campus has the measles, and health officials are in the process of notifying other students and university staff members he may have been in contact with, the university said in a… 452 more words

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Parents Have The Right To Opt Out

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State’s Largest Teachers Union: Families Have Right to Opt Out of New Testing…

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High School Students Can Win Opportunity for Artwork to Hang at U.S. Capitol

Attention art teachers and relatives of budding Monets — the U.S. Congress holds an art competition for high school students every spring, and members of Connecticut’s delegation want your students to take part. 92 more words

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UF to change name of records system known as 'ISIS'

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The University of Florida’s is changing the name of its records management system known as “ISIS,” a move being applauded by a student who is the cousin of a journalist killed by the terrorist organization of the same name. 96 more words

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Parents rally at Alabama Capitol for school choice

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – Chanting and carrying signs saying, “School Choice Now,” parents and students rallied on the lawn of the Alabama Capitol on Wednesday urging state politicians to provide more publicly funded education options. 539 more words

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A Philadelphia Charter School Helping Its Students Navigate High School Choices

By Mike DeNardo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Students at one Southwest Philadelphia charter school today were learning about their high school options.

Sixth, seventh, and eighth-graders at the… 139 more words

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