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What’s the matter with schools on the south coast? An analysis of the recently published data on exclusions in the 2014-15 school year reveals that five of the eleven south coast authorities were in the worst 20 local authority areas for fixed term exclusion in the primary sector. 514 more words

Education

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Imagine knowing each other without the distraction of color, race, body image, gender or the other definitions that keeps us divided?

The ability to connect soul to soul, mind to mind exchange without filtering or safeguarding our barometers of discernment for the scent of any of the ism today? 38 more words

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5th Circuit Finds No Coverage In Crane Collapse Case

GRETNA, LA., March 22 – The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a trial court determination that the insurer of a Louisiana-based marine crane builder owed no coverage for a 2009 accident caused by poor welding. 325 more words

Insurance Coverage

Barge's Destruction of Beachfront Home Not Covered By Homeowner's Policy, Mississippi Supreme Court Rules

BILOXI, Jan. 5 – The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled that the destruction of a beachfront home by a barge which became loose from its moorings during Hurricane Katrina was not a covered loss under the applicable homeowner’s insurance policy. 220 more words

Insurance Coverage

Hotels.com Leap Day Coupons Less Useless Than They Appear

Last week, we tried to figure out a promotion from Hotels.com that had an extremely lengthy list of hotels specifically excluded from a coupon. We’re glad to note that not only was that promo not as bad as we thought, but a new coupon from the hotel aggregator clarifies things a bit for the easily confused. 170 more words

Airlines & Travel

What Are the Limits and Exclusions with Title Insurance?


One of the biggest concerns when you purchase real property is that the title conveyed to you is free and clear of liens and other encumbrances. 146 more words

Travelers, Cincinnati Owe No Duty To Defend School In Lacrosse Death

Louisville, Jan. 21.  A U.S. District Court Judge in Kentucky has ruled that neither Travelers or excess insurer Cincinnati Ins. Co. have a duty to defend Bellarmine University in a wrongful death suit brought by the estate of a university lacrosse player who died while participating in conditioning drills. 132 more words

Insurance Coverage