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Labor pledges $1.2 billion to make Victoria the "education state"

Victorian Labor      |       26 October 2014

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Victorian Labor has kicked off its campaign for the state election on29 November with the promise of a $1.2 billion dollar package to upgrade schools and the TAFE  Government school upgrades and refurbishments would cost $510 million, $120 million would be provided for Catholic and independent schools and  $50 million would be spent on upgrading kindergartens across the state. 482 more words

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Tuscarora Distance Record Holder John Dooney Commits to Run at D3 NYU

(April 14, 2014) – Tuscarora High School senior John Dooney has committed to continue his running career under head coach Nick McDonough at New York University where he will run cross country and track beginning in the 2014-2015 school year. 497 more words

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Loudoun Valley Dieterich Twins Commit to Play Softball at D3 Westminster

(March 10, 2014) – Loudoun Valley High School senior twins Addison and Courtney Dieterich have committed to continue their softball careers together at Westminster College starting in the 2014-2015 school year. 626 more words

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Life in America: where children worry more about getting shot than getting an education

By Robert A. Vella

Can you solve this sociological equation?

A (easy access to guns) + B (a highly competitive society) = C

Multiple choice answers: 26 more words

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SITTI - School Improvement Through Teacher Inquiry

In New Zealand, we are fortunate to have teacher inquiry/research written into our national curriculum document. This asks teachers to ensure they are experimenting with strategies to improve their practice and recording the process and results. 762 more words

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Football: Loudoun Valley, and Coach Anthony Long, Celebrate Heritage Homecoming

By Owen Gotimer
LoCoSports Editor

Leesburg (Oct. 25, 2014) – On a night Heritage High School celebrated their Homecoming, the Loudoun Valley High School Vikings had real reason to rejoice as they knocked off the Pride 35-7 to improve to 7-1 on the season including adding to a six game winning streak. 865 more words

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