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Your mom may have gone to this college, Napoleon.

From 1841 to 1868, McKenzie Institute (also called McKenzie College) was the pride of Clarksville, Red River County, Texas.

Until the end of the Civil War, high schools and colleges along the old southwestern frontier were invariably private (also called “by subscription”) and available only to the free middle class. 181 more words


Wisconsin launches school safety grant program, cites strong early interest

The state Department of Justice said Tuesday at least two-thirds of Wisconsin schools showed early interest in a $100 million grant program aimed at helping schools increase security. 30 more words

Youthworkers may have disappeared from communities - but their legacy lives on (and is more expensive than before)

‘We have to find things that young people are interested in, and good for them, despite it not necessarily being profitable’¬†

‘Recently we’ve been trying to challenge young peoples views on society and their contribution in it’

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'Save the teachers, stop the cuts', chant students, teachers outside MPS headquarters

Hundreds of students and teachers rallied outside MPS headquarters this week, blaming Gov. Scott Walker and the state legislature for deep cuts to public schools across the state. 24 more words