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On June 6, 1966, President Robert F. Kennedy, during his address on the Day of Affirmation, claimed that:

“The cruelties and obstacles of this swiftly changing planet will not yield to obsolete dogmas and outworn slogans.

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Dr. Kaine Osburn to replace Dr. Egan

By: Danna Tabachnik and Jemma Kim

The Board of Education announced Dr. Kaine Osburn as the new Superintendent of District 95. He will start in July. 468 more words

Bear Facts Student Media

Meet the teacher: Don Bott, "Ready, Set, Go" writing and editing

Don Bott, returning for his third year at Newsroom by the Bay, changes lives through journalism. In fact, last year Northwestern University named Bott one of five distinguished high school teachers… 693 more words


Get ready for Newsroom by the Bay 2016

Google’s new Doodle makes it official … Wednesday, Dec. 22 will be the shortest, and depending on where you are, perhaps the coldest, day of 2015. 244 more words

Newsroom By The Bay

15 Seconds of Fame

Andy Warhol said that in the future everyone will be famous for 15 minutes. I think I’ve just used up about 15 seconds of my allotment with… 609 more words

Writing Life

How to Survive the School Newspaper

It was the spring of 2013. I was completing my first year of teaching when the counselor came barging into one of my classes to ask if I wanted to teach Newspaper. 393 more words


High School Hub enables schools to publish sports and other news online for free

Your high school is making news and reaching goals every day.  Why not share this good news with your school community?

USA TODAY High School Sports has a program, High School Hub, which provides a free hosted WordPress website to high schools for publishing their school newspapers or sports news.  706 more words

USA TODAY High School Sports