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Basic Skills Assessment Conducted to Grade 7 and Grade 8 Students


Pagalungan National High School students were given an assessment of Basic Skills last October 18, 2017. The assessment was conducted by Mrs. Leonila J. Tado, the newly assigned school head. 135 more words

Cagayan De Oro

Nature or Nurture?

“What do you think is causing the rise in drug use among teenagers?”

This was the question posed by a politician to a group of high school students in 1987. 285 more words

Inspiration

Today's Amazing Teens

Sometimes, I don’t think that our young people get enough credit for their good deeds and positive vibes in which they put out every day. Similar to the adult world, the criminal and negative activity conducted by a small percentage of our young people will get publicized but it’s very rare that the countless good deeds of the majority will get any attention at all. 504 more words

Randolph Randy Camp

What Christian Authors Can Write ~ and what they can't?

About a year ago, I made a comment in a general market thrillers group about Christian thrillers. I wasn’t expecting the ferociously angry response I got from a female, noir thriller writer who didn’t think Christians had anything to say in the thriller genre. 376 more words

Christian Fiction

Fraser Institute spots worrying trend in annual report on Alberta high schools

The Fraser Institute has released its annual report card on Alberta’s high schools.

The report looks at 274 public, independent, separate and charter schools across the province, rating them using eight academic indicators including Grade 12 testing, grade-to-grade transition and graduation rates. 276 more words

Education

Marion Graham Collegiate students ‘spreading the good’ through art

Art students at Marion Graham Collegiate in Saskatoon all have the same goal in mind: they want to spread some good.

The art teacher at the school, Suzy Schwanke, said she knew they had to do something when the students came to school on Monday. 325 more words

Canada

1 In 5 High Schoolers Using Synthetic Marijuana Smoke It Daily, Study Says

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A disturbing and dangerous trend is emerging among high school students hooked on synthetic marijuana. According to researchers at New York University Langone Medical Center, one in every five students who are using the “fake” drug are smoking it on a nearly daily basis. 217 more words

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