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Local for-profit barber school could lose funding eligibility

MEMPHIS, Tenn. —  Another for-profit school in Memphis could be in trouble.

The On Your Side Investigators found out your tax dollars aren’t getting paid back. 588 more words

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Campus Sexual Assault: Will Victims Trust the System?

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – With untold numbers of this nation’s college students falling victim to sexual predators, officials at the highest levels of government are vowing to take action. 1,207 more words

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Will Fired Fountain Hills Teacher Win Record Reverse Discrimination Lawsuit?

After 25 years as Fountain Hills Public School teacher, Pam Aister was fired by the school board for characteristics similar to reverse discrimination. Aister claims that she was protecting a Black student from bullying by several White students. 359 more words

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New US Department of Education Guidelines has More Bark than Bite

Recently, the US Department of Education provided US schools with new guidelines for improving the quality of education for historically underserved students. The new guidelines provides schools, school districts, and states with detailed information about their legal responsibilities while suggesting how to facilitate proactive self-assessments that ensure compliance with the law. 458 more words

Understanding Iowa's No Child Left Behind report card

KIMT News 3 – Schools across the nation are getting their grades from the No Child Left Behind test scores.

Iowa results came out Tuesday morning and the numbers were not as good as state leaders had hoped for. 542 more words

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