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Gazette column: Girls' school sport needs better provision. Now.

It’s “Thursday Thoughts” where I post my weekly Gazette newspaper column to my blog so you can have a read…

This week my column for the Gloucestershire Gazette is about sport for girls in schools and how, if we want them to participate given the dire recent participation statistics, better proven needs to be made. 38 more words

Column

Gove visits Queens Club for Hammersmith Conservatives annual dinner

A very enjoyable evening last night at Queens Club where Michael Gove, the Government Chief Whip, was the guest speaker at the Hammersmith Conservatives annual dinner. 141 more words

Schools

Copenhagen Technical College

KTS is Denmark’ second largest technical college and offer education at nine venues in greater Copenhagen. KTS´ mayor programs are Media production, Industry and design, Building and constructions and Technical Upper-Secondary School. 203 more words

Copenhagen Technical College

MexicoWatch: Protest, politics, and posturing

And do see the previous post revealing yet another mass abduction of Mexico’s youth. . .

First, from Agence France-Presse, ongoing protest:

Mexico protest demand release of detained demonstrators… 1,123 more words

Politics

The Dreaded Parent Teacher Meet up.

So Tonight, was the dreaded parent teachers meet, at the 12 year old’s School. Granted, it was an argument to get The Daughter out of bed and ready in time for the 6:00 pm meet. 226 more words

Slice Of Life

Kalihi community leaders address rash of fights near schools


Community leaders in Kalihi are speaking out against a problem before it gets any worse.

A concerned citizen asked KHON2 to look into the increase in fights over the last month that are occurring near schools in the area. 420 more words

News

Volleyball: The Woodlands’ Cook, Reed named to state all-tournament team

The Woodlands’ Kendall Cook and Rachel Reed have been named to the UIL Class 6A state all-tournament team, the organization announced this week.

Cook and Reed, both seniors, helped the Lady Highlanders (40-3) capture their second consecutive state championship this past weekend in Garland with victories over San Antonio Churchill and Clear Falls, respectively. Click here for complete story

Athletics