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Your Money Adviser: How to Appeal College Financial Aid Offers
by NYT > Education

Apr 25, 2015
“A student’s true financial status isn’t always reflected in an aid application, which is why an appeal can often persuade a college to give more.”
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National Briefing | South: Florida: Fraternity Expels 3 After Abuse of Veterans
by NYT > Education

Apr 25, 2015
“A University of Florida fraternity expelled three of its members Friday after allegations that they hurled insults and spat at a group of disabled military veterans at a Panama City resort.”
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A Contest in the Bronx Helps Young Scientists Explore
by NYT > Education

Apr 25, 2015
“Bronx SciFest, a competition created by Lehman College three years ago, gives students who might not otherwise get to a chance to pursue serious research.”
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Actors walk off Adam Sandler set
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Apr 25, 2015
“About a dozen Native American actors have walked off the set of an Adam Sandler movie comedy, saying the satirical Western's script is insulting to Native Americans and women, according to a report.”
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5 nursing students killed in wreck
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Apr 25, 2015
“Georgia Southern University was in mourning Thursday after five nursing students were killed the day before in a multivehicle wreck near Savannah, according to the school's website.”
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Deputy eats, ignores 911 call
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Apr 25, 2015
“CNN affiliate WFTX reports that a deputy was fired for going to lunch instead of answering a medical emergency 911 call. The woman who made the call died later.”
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Fitness guru called fat; see her viral response
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Apr 25, 2015
“YouTube fitness star Cassey Ho responded to negative comments about her looks in a video that has gone viral.”
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See the Uplifting Prom Proposal a Straight Teen Made to His Gay Buddy
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 25, 2015
“High school students across the country are getting ready to break out the formal wear, brush up on the latest dance moves, and overpay for a lush limo to celebrate a teenage rite of passage: prom. While paired-off couples might be worrying about whether their corsage will clash with their outfit, gay student Anthony Martinez was bummed he’d have to attend the event stag—until his best friend, Jacob Lescenski, who is straight, stepped up to the plate. Martinez saw the banner as he headed to class at Desert Oasis High School in Las Vegas on Thursday and was surprised to find himself at the receiving end of the request.”
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Seattle high school junior class skips standardized test in protest
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 25, 2015
“By Eric M. Johnson SEATTLE (Reuters) - All 11th grade students at one Seattle public high school skipped a standardized test tethered to federal education requirements, a protest that has spread to other secondary schools, an official said on Friday. Some Nathan Hale High School students submitted parent-signed refusal forms, while others merely skipped the Smarter Balanced Assessment tests this week, Seattle schools spokeswoman Stacy Howard said. The boycott follows a resolution by Nathan Hale teachers earlier this year against the test, aligned to the Common Core multi-state education standards in English and math. We support the family's choice." The local revolt comes amid an ongoing debate over how best to reinvigorate the nation's estimated $600 billion public school system.”
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22 Great Colleges For People Who Love Video Games
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 25, 2015
“If you're serious about games, why not make it your career? It's the best time in history to pursue a college degree in game design, and these are some of the top schools to offer them.”
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Questions after Indiana school stage collapse injures 16
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 25, 2015
“INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The superintendent of an Indiana school district where a stage collapsed, injuring 16 high school students when they plunged into an orchestra pit, said Friday that the section that gave way was only a few years old, but it's unclear whether it was ever subject to inspection.”
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Celebs donate $500,000 scholarships to students on UNCF show
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 25, 2015
“ATLANTA (AP) — Anthony Anderson can recall when he worried about scrounging up money to pay for the rest of his college tuition, food and housing while attending Howard University.”
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A Shockingly Low Number of High School Students Want to Be Teachers
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 25, 2015
“Sean Patrick Corcoran, an associate professor of education economics at New York University, isn’t surprised by the findings.”
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Strauss: Miami-Dade Schools dumps 290 district-created tests
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 25, 2015
“The superintendent of the nation’s fourth largest school district, Alberto Carvalho of Miami-Dade public schools in Florida, just announced what he called “the most aggressive decommissioning of testing in the state of Florida, if not in the country.” He said on Thursday that he was cutting the number of  district-developed end-of-course exams from 300 to 10 — including all for elementary school — to “restore teaching time” and “respect the educational environment.”Read full article >>”
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Georgia campus closed in debate over racism, patriotism, free speech, terrorism
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 25, 2015
“Valdosta State University officials canceled classes and urged nonessential employees to stay away from campus Friday as police braced for an influx of thousands of protesters and searched for a student — believed to be armed and dangerous — who has described himself as a terrorist against white people.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: Why it’s so scary that test prep works so well
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 25, 2015
“Sarah Blaine is a mother, former teacher and full-time practicing attorney in New Jersey who writes at her own parentingthecore blog. In the last year she has written a number of pieces on this blog documenting her own evolution into education activism, including one published last year titled, “You think you know what teachers do. Right? Wrong,” and another titled  “Pearson’s wrong answer — and why it matters in the high-stakes testing era.” Here’s a new post by Blaine about test prep — how it worked for her when she was studying for the bar exam to become a lawyer, and it how it affects students and the process of learning.Read full article >>”
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After a fight over race, terrorism and free speech, American flags flood campus
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 25, 2015
“Hundreds of people filled the Valdosta State University campus Friday, waving American flags in a peaceful show of support for the national symbol a week after several students trampled a flag to protest racism.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: Teacher: What I wish everyone knew about working in some high-needs schools
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 25, 2015
“The following post was written by a fifth-year English teacher in a Title 1 middle school who blogs anonymously at the loveteachblog. It captures both the joys and overwhelming burdens of working in an under-resourced school with a large population of high-risk students  and in a system that makes it difficult for teachers and students to succeed. Though these are the experiences of one teacher, they reflect those of others (though certainly not all) across the country.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: More than a dozen states report trouble with computerized Common Core tests
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 25, 2015
“This is the first spring of Common Core standardized testing across the country (as previous posts have noted), and a number of states have reported problems administering the computer-based exams.  Here is a list of headlines from publications around the country revealing the scope of the difficulties, compiled by the National Center for Fair and Open Testing, or FairTest, a nonprofit organization that advocates against the misuse and abuse of standardized tests.Read full article >>”
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‘Free range’ advocates urge parents to let children walk home alone on May 9
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 25, 2015
“A Maryland group that backs “free range” parenting is asking families to show their support for independent outdoor play by taking their children to a downtown Silver Spring park and letting them walk home by themselves.Read full article >>”
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2 delegates criticize Fairfax proposal to protect transgender students
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 25, 2015
“Two state Republican delegates spoke out against a proposal in Fairfax County to include transgender students and staff in the school system’s non-discrimination policy.The proposal, submitted by school board member Ryan McElveen (At Large), comes after Virginia Attorney General Mark R. Herring (D) issued an opinion in March granting local school boards the authority to include sexual orientation and gender identity in non-discrimination policies. Read full article >>”
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The Learning Network: Throwback Thursday | Yankee Stadium, the Loch Ness Monster, Coney Island, Postal Cats and More
by NYT > Education

Apr 24, 2015
“A collection of articles featured on the @NYTarchives Twitter feed this week — and an invitation to our readers to find and suggest some interesting pieces of their own.”
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The Learning Network: Have You Been To Parties That Have Gotten Out of Control?
by NYT > Education

Apr 24, 2015
“A Times article looks at some recent examples of parties that grew so big and unruly, perhaps because of social media publicity, that they become dangerously out-of-control. Have you ever been to a party like this? What, if anything, do you think officials should do to keep them safe — or prevent them from happening at all?”
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Caught napping on the job
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Apr 24, 2015
“Watch people nabbed napping in the air and on the air. CNN's Jeanne Moos won't put you to sleep with this report about on the job napping.”
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Huge volcano eruption fills Chile's sky
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Apr 24, 2015
“Chile's Calbuco volcano erupted Wednesday, spewing a giant funnel of ash into the sky near the city of Puerto Montt. View pictures of the eruption.”
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Report finds few colleges have a Shakespeare requirement
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 24, 2015
“NEW YORK (AP) — As Shakespeare would say, "We have seen better days."”
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BYOB: It's brew your own beer at some colleges
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 24, 2015
“POMONA, Calif. (AP) — A bachelor's in beer? A master's in malt? Not quite. But these days some colleges are teaching students to make beer as part of their studies.”
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D.C. schools budget includes wide range in per-student spending
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 24, 2015
“Proposed spending ranges widely in the D.C. Public School system’s budget for the next school year, from $16,467 per student at Eliot-Hine Middle School on Capitol Hill to $8,312 per student at Wilson High School in Upper Northwest, according to an online budget tool released Wednesday.Read full article >>”
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The Learning Network: Guest Post | Climate Change Questions for Young Citizen Scientists
by NYT > Education

Apr 23, 2015
“A special Earth Day guest lesson, written with NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, a leader in global climate change research, and the Columbia University Earth Institute. It offers resources for teaching about this issue, while addressing important 21st-century literacy skills.”
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The Learning Network: 6 Q’s About the News | The Giant Rats That Save Lives
by NYT > Education

Apr 23, 2015
“Why are HeroRats more efficient than conventional land-mine detection methods?”
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The Learning Network: Test Yourself | Kids and Social Skills
by NYT > Education

Apr 23, 2015
“Here are several paragraphs from an April 17 article, “Hey, Kids, Look at Me When We’re Talking.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?”
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The Learning Network: Editorial Contest Winner | Redefining Ladylike
by NYT > Education

Apr 23, 2015
“An essay by Zoie Taylore, one of the Top 10 winners of our Student Editorial Contest.”
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The Closing of the Millennial Mind on Campus
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 23, 2015
“Completing a college education, people have long presumed, shows that a young adult has not just mastered a particular subject but has broadened his or her intellect by exposure to many different disciplines, philosophies, and diverse approaches to both knowledge and life. Unfortunately, most of our universities and colleges end up promoting ignorance, insularity, fear, and infantilism. Rather than seek out heterodox opinions, the faculties and student bodies of these schools attempt to insulate themselves from opponents through speech codes, demands for “trigger warnings,” demagoguery and shouting down of alternate views. Oberlin College in Ohio and Georgetown University in Washington DC both had groups invite Christina Hoff Sommers, a conservative critic of the current version of feminism, to speak on their campuses.”
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Brain science: Should schools teach boys and girls different subjects?
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 23, 2015
“Among the more thought-provoking discoveries in the emerging science regarding the teen brain is the fact that the pace of brain development differs in males and females.[Why are teens oblivious to the pile of dirty clothes on the bedroom floor?]Read full article >>”
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Pa. schools are the nation’s most inequitable. The new governor wants to fix that.
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 23, 2015
“PHILADELPHIA — At Martin Luther King High, a hulking half-full school here, there aren’t enough textbooks to go around. If teachers want to make a photocopy, they have to buy paper themselves. Though an overwhelming majority of students are living in poverty, no social worker is available to help. Private donations allow for some dance and music classes, but they serve just 60 of the school’s 1,200 students.Read full article >>”
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Montgomery seeks clarity stemming from ‘free-range’ parenting debate
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 23, 2015
“As Maryland’s “free-range” parents face a neglect investigation for allowing their young children to walk home alone from a Silver Spring park, county officials have pressed for more answers about general police and child-welfare practices that the widely debated case has brought to the surface.Read full article >>”
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U-Va. dean assails her portrayal in alleged rape story in Rolling Stone
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 23, 2015
“In times of crisis, countless University of Virginia students have turned to Associate Dean Nicole Eramo.From her campus office in Peabody Hall, Eramo counsels young adults — mostly women — in the aftermath of what is in most cases the darkest moment of their lives: deciding what to do after they have been sexually assaulted.Read full article >>”
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Skipping Shakespeare? Yes, English majors can often bypass the Bard.
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 23, 2015
“William Shakespeare, born in England about this time 451 years ago, is in little jeopardy of being forgotten in literature or popular culture. His native language has gone global. His poetry and plays, endlessly influential, are read, translated, adapted and performed around the world.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: Must today’s eighth-graders know three ways animals survive in cold winters? How to renovate the instructional core.
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 23, 2015
“When was the last time you saw a high school senior running down the hallway, high-fiving his classmates about schoolwork? That’s the start of the following post about what kind of instruction makes sense in the 21st Century. It was written by Tyler S. Thigpen, who has worked in public, private, and charter schools in Atlanta. Currently he is a Doctor of Education Leadership (Ed.L.D.) candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.Read full article >>”
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U.S. cracks down on female teachers who sexually abuse students
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 21, 2015
“By Barbara Goldberg NEW YORK (Reuters) - A "Saturday Night Live" skit about a male student having sex with his female high school teacher painted the relationship as every teen boy's dream, but drew a firestorm of criticism on social media. The reaction to the comedy sketch reflected a growing view among law enforcement and victims' advocacy groups that it is no laughing matter when a woman educator preys on her male students. In U.S. schools last year, almost 800 school employees were prosecuted for sexual assault, nearly a third of them women. The proportion of women facing charges seems to be higher than in years past, when female teachers often got a pass, said Terry Abbott, a former chief of staff at the U.S. Department of Education, who tracked the cases.”
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The Learning Network: Weekly News Quiz | April 14-20, 2015
by NYT > Education

Apr 21, 2015
“Have you been following the news? Take our quiz to see what you know and to learn more, and look for a new edition each week on Tuesday morning.”
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National Briefing | South: Georgia: Resentencing for Educators in Test Cheating Scandal in Atlanta
by NYT > Education

Apr 21, 2015
“A judge plans to resentence three former Atlanta public school educators who received the stiffest sentences after they were convicted in a conspiracy to inflate student scores on standardized tests.”
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Millennials Are Feeling Better About Their Finances
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 21, 2015
“At a time when Americans are shouldering a crippling $1.2 trillion in student debt, it comes as no surprise that paying for higher education is the biggest financial concern for parents with children who are younger than 18 and planning to go to college. It may be more of a surprise that the young adults so often burdened with those loans now feel better about their finances than people in any other age group. In a new Gallup poll released this week, 73 percent of parents with kids below age 18 ranked paying for college as a financial worry — more than said they were concerned about saving enough for retirement and covering medical expenses. Parents “face twin challenges of paying for ever-escalating college expenses for one or more children and saving for their own retirement,” Gallup’s Jeffrey Jones wrote in a blog post detailing the survey results.”
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Anxiety in Missoula Over Book About Campus Assaults
by NYT > Education

Apr 20, 2015
““Missoula” offers a searing view into campus sexual assaults, some by football players from the University of Montana’s beloved Grizzlies, and how victims were treated by the local justice system.”
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World Briefing: Senegal: Students Are Forced to Beg
by NYT > Education

Apr 20, 2015
“Tens of thousands of children in Senegal are being exploited by Quranic teachers who force them to beg in the streets, Human Rights Watch said Monday.”
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'Sickened' by his own photos
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Apr 20, 2015
“South Africa leaders took notice after James Oatway caught the horror in a wave of violence. FULL STORY”
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Local education reporting nets Pulitzer
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 20, 2015
“Local education reporting is rarely glamorous, but a team of California journalists has shown that it can be powerful. They revealed that the superintendent of a small school district in Los Angeles County had received excessive compensation and an unusually plush set of perks at the same time tight budgets were forcing teacher layoffs and budget cuts. Read full article >>”
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Cornell’s Chocolate Milk Fills Refueling Gap
by NYT > Education

Apr 19, 2015
“At Cornell, the benefits of having an on-campus dairy extend beyond a diverse dining hall menu to helping change workout recovery habits.”
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Julio Iglesias to receive honorary degree from Berklee
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 19, 2015
“BOSTON (AP) — Julio Iglesias and three other prominent music industry figures will receive honorary degrees from Boston's Berklee College of Music at its commencement next month.”
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Strauss: Educators alarmed by some questions on N.Y. Common Core tests
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 19, 2015
“I wrote a post yesterday saying education activists were reporting more than 175,000 New York students had opted out of Common Core English Language Arts exams given last week — and many more districts were still unheard from.  New York is at the center of a growing movement among parents around the country to protest new standardized tests aligned to the Common Core (or similar state standards) that they think are unfair to students and teachers because the results are used for high-stakes decisions against the advice of assessment experts. The post also mentioned some complaints from teachers about the composition of the tests, which are aligned to the Core and were created for the state of New York by Pearson, the largest education company in the world.Read full article >>”
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How the America’s Most Challenging High Schools list works
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 19, 2015
“1. How does the America’s Most Challenging High Schools list work?We take the total number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Advanced International Certificate of Education tests given at a school each year and divide by the number of seniors who graduated in May or June. I call this formula the Challenge Index. With a few exceptions, public schools that achieved a ratio of at least 1.00, meaning they had as many tests in 2014 as they had graduates, were put on the national list. We rank the schools in order of ratio, with the highest (20.44) this year achieved by BASIS Oro Valley, in Oro Valley, Ariz., which takes over as the top-ranked school after the American Indian Public Charter in Oakland, Calif., held the position for two years.Read full article >>”
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Top-performing schools with elite students
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 19, 2015
“The Washington Post’s America’s Most Challenging High Schools list is designed to recognize schools that challenge average students. These top-performing schools, listed in alphabetical order, were excluded from the list because, despite their exceptional quality, their admission rules and standardized test scores indicate they have few or no average students. Non-neighborhood schools with SAT or ACT averages above the highest averages for neighborhood schools nationally are placed on this list. Our sampling of private schools is exempt from this rule so that readers can see how they compare to schools on the main list.Read full article >>”
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Many U.S. schools still resist challenging all their students
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 19, 2015
“When my wife and I lived in Scarsdale, N.Y., in the 1990s, I was surprised that our son Peter had to take an entrance exam to get into the Advanced Placement U.S. History course at the local public high school. I remembered the five years I spent writing a book about an inner-city East Los Angeles school that had great success letting anyone who wanted to work hard have a chance at tackling AP. Read full article >>”
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How #IWishMyTeacherKnew can help teachers support students
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 18, 2015
“In an effort to better understand the complicated home lives of her third graders, one Colorado teacher challenged her students to share one thing that they wished their teacher knew about them. After sharing the sometimes heartbreaking responses on social media with the hashtag #IWishMyTeacherKnew, Kyle Schwartz of Denver started a movement among teachers globally highlighting the importance of connectivity in the classroom, especially with students who may have difficulties at home. Had my students write "I wish my teacher knew___" It's a reality check. Ms. Schwartz, a three-year educator at Doull Elementary in Denver, said the majority of her students come from poverty and rely on the National School Lunch Program for sustenance.”
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Cyberbullying is avenged by a digital ghost in horror 'Unfriended'
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 18, 2015
“"Unfriended," out in U.S. theaters on Friday, follows six high school students gathering on the video conferencing platform Skype on the anniversary of the suicide of a fellow student, who killed herself after an embarrassing video of her was posted online. Filmed entirely as if the events are unfolding on a computer screen, a mysterious entity joins the group's Skype conversation and begins to coerce secrets out of each friend, before exacting gory revenge one by one, as the others watch in horror. It also highlights online trolls, carelessly posting insults from the safety net of being anonymous and behind a computer screen. "We're using horror movie language, but the story is about one of the biggest problems on the Internet." "Unfriended," released by Comcast Corp's Universal Pictures, was an experimental project, made for less than $1 million.”
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Op-Ed Contributor: Want Reform? Principals Matter, Too
by NYT > Education

Apr 18, 2015
“Teachers can’t do it all. The question of who leads a school is crucial.”
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The Learning Network: Test Yourself | Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Following the New York Knicks
by NYT > Education

Apr 18, 2015
“Here are several paragraphs from an April 14 article, “Knicks Superfan Is Set to Be There to the Bitter End.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?”
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The Learning Network: What’s Your Favorite Sandwich?
by NYT > Education

Apr 18, 2015
“Do you have a simple go-to sandwich — something you put together quickly when you’re in a rush or have a craving?”
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The Learning Network: Editorial Contest Winner | Americans Should Defend Their Digital Privacy
by NYT > Education

Apr 18, 2015
“We are honoring each of the Top 10 winners of our Second Annual Student Editorial Contest by publishing an essay a day, in the order of submission. This piece is by Henry S.”
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The Learning Network: NYTLNReads | Some of Our Favorite Student Comments on Comedy and Its Limits
by NYT > Education

Apr 18, 2015
“Here are some of our favorite student answers to the question “Are There Topics That Should Be Off-Limits to Comedy?”, as well as a look at how one teacher conducted a class discussion of the issue on Twitter.”
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Gruesome treatments from medicine's past
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Apr 18, 2015
“A thousand-year-old Anglo-Saxon potion has been shown to be effective in fighting the modern-day superbug MRSA. But what about some of the more gruesome medical practices used to treat people throughout history?”
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World's coolest new buildings?
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Apr 18, 2015
“Architecture website Architizer has just announced the winners of its 3rd annual A+ Awards, highlighting the best new building designs from around the world.”
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E-Cig Use Triples in Adolescents, CDC Says
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 18, 2015
“The number of middle and high school students who say they've used e-cigarettes has tripled in just one year, according to new research that underscores health experts' fears about the growing popularity of these nicotine delivery devices among adolescents. About 660,000 high school students reported using e-cigarettes in 2013, but in 2014, that number increased to about 2 million, according to a study published today as part of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. And in middle school students, that number went from 120,000 to 450,000, the report said. "This level of increase in such a short time period is alarming and unprecedented," study co-author Dr. Brian King told ABC News.”
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E-cigarette use triples in US teens
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 18, 2015
“Some two million US high school students tried e-cigarettes last year, a rate that tripled in just one year, US health authorities said Thursday. The 2014 survey by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that 13.4 percent of high school students said they had smoked an e-cigarette in the past month, up from 4.5 percent from 2013. In middle school, some 3.9 percent of kids (about 450,000 students) said they had tried vaping in the past month according to the 2014 findings, up from 1.1 percent in 2013.”
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Chicago teachers union says schools probe sign of bigger problem
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 18, 2015
“By Mary Wisniewski CHICAGO (Reuters) - The acting head of the Chicago Teachers Union said on Thursday that a federal probe of the city's public schools chief executive points to a larger pattern of apparent conflicts of interest at the debt-troubled district. Federal authorities are investigating Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett and a $20.5 million no-bid contract the district awarded to SUPES Academy, a training facility for principals that had formerly employed her, local media reports said without naming their sources. CPS, the nation's third-largest school district with about 400,000 students, confirmed on Wednesday that federal authorities were investigating suspected misconduct and had requested interviews with employees, but gave no details. A spokesman for SUPES Academy said investigators had obtained records and that it was cooperating.”
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Teaching kids about sex abuse in school ups reporting
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 18, 2015
“This reinforces the findings of previous reviews, said lead author Kerryann Walsh of Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia. “The programs increase children’s knowledge of child sexual abuse concepts and their skills in reacting and responding to risky situations,” Walsh told Reuters Health by email. The reviewers analyzed 24 trials of school-based prevention programs, including a total of almost 6,000 elementary and high school students in the U.S., Canada, China, Germany, Spain, Taiwan and Turkey. Based on questionnaires and vignettes used to test the programs’ effects, kids in the programs demonstrated greater knowledge of protective behaviors and knowledge of sex abuse prevention concepts.”
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Chicago schools chief to take temporary leave amid probe
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 18, 2015
“CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett will take a paid leave of absence amid a federal investigation over a roughly $20 million no-bid contract the district awarded to a training academy where she once worked as a consultant, officials announced Friday.”
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High school student takes a swing with baseball board game
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 18, 2015
“Plenty of high school students dream of becoming game designers, and a few go ahead and make their own video games. Nathaniel designed the basic rules of the game when he was a small boy, stuck inside on rainy days and unable to play his favorite sport. "They have been very easy to work with and gave great advice when we needed help or when they thought something should be changed," said Nathaniel. Nathaniel and his pals have been selling the game on the streets of their local town.”
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5 Reasons We Shouldn’t Be So Surprised by What Kids Wish Teachers Knew
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 18, 2015
“On Friday, the story of #IWishMyTeacherKnew, the effort by Denver elementary school teacher Kyle Schwartz to get students in her classroom to share something about themselves, went viral across the Web. Schwartz has been posting poignant photos of her students’ reflections on Twitter since March and encouraging other teachers to do the same. Some Americans have been feeling a bit shocked by the kids’ brief messages, which detail bullying, poverty, and the detrimental impact of incarceration and immigration on the lives of students. 1. Child poverty is on the rise.”
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Los Angeles school district, teachers in tentative labor deal
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 18, 2015
“(Reuters) - The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and the city's teachers union reached a tentative agreement on Friday night, the union said, averting a possible strike. The three-year agreement includes a 10 percent pay rise spread over two years, investment in class size and counseling, as well as improvements to the evaluation system for teachers, United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) said on its website. Representatives for the school district could not be immediately reached early on Saturday, but school board member Steve Zimmer told the Los Angeles Times: "This is an important step in restoring trust and partnership between LAUSD and UTLA." "Our message to our teachers is simple: We believe in you. The agreement must be ratified by union membership and the district's Board of Education, the union said.”
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Strauss: ‘I wish my teacher knew’ — poignant notes from students
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 18, 2015
“A third-grade teacher at a Denver elementary school decided to try to get to know her students better — most of whom come from low-income families — and gave them a writing assignment in which she hoped they would reveal something about themselves. Kyle Schwartz called the activity “I wish my teacher knew” — and she wound up learning more than she thought.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: Mom: The religious reasons my kids won’t be taking Common Core tests
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 18, 2015
“Jessie B. Ramey is the parent of two children in Pittsburgh public schools and a historian of working families, gender, race and U.S. social policy who teaches women’s studies and history at the University of Pittsburgh. She has decided to opt her children out of upcoming state-mandated tests in Pennsylvania known as the PSSAs for reasons not often cited by parents who have made the opt-out decision for their own children.Read full article >>”
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The Learning Network: Who Lived Long Ago Where You Live Now?
by NYT > Education

Apr 16, 2015
“Have you ever found any clues in your house, building or yard about who might have lived there before you and how they lived?”
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The Learning Network: Throwback Thursday | The 150th Anniversary of the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln
by NYT > Education

Apr 16, 2015
“Tuesday was the 150th anniversary of the night Abraham Lincoln was fatally shot by John Wilkes Booth. Here are some resources, from the past and the present, to help think about what his life and death meant.”
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Welcome to Your First Year as a Lawyer. Your Salary Is $160,000.
by NYT > Education

Apr 16, 2015
“Salaries for first-year lawyers at big firms have been stuck at around $160,000 since 2007, according to the National Association for Law Placement.”
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A Yale Graduate Leaves a Trail of Ventures and Debts
by NYT > Education

Apr 16, 2015
“Joshua Bryce Newman seems to fit the part of the young, successful entrepreneur. But the lawsuits filed against him paint a different picture.”
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The Learning Network: Editorial Contest Winner | The N.H.L. Should Do Away With Fighting
by NYT > Education

Apr 16, 2015
“For the next 10 days we will be honoring each of the Top 10 winners of our Second Annual Student Editorial Contest by publishing an essay a day, in the order of submission. Up first, a piece by Adrian P.”
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The Learning Network: Teaching the Armenian Genocide With Primary Sources From The New York Times
by NYT > Education

Apr 16, 2015
“In this lesson, students assume the role of historians analyzing primary source material — investigating archival New York Times articles for evidence about the causes and consequences of the atrocities against Armenians. Then, we suggest opportunities for exploring contemporary issues related to the Armenian genocide.”
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Shipwreck yields $50M in silver
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Apr 16, 2015
“It took more than seven decades, but England finally got its delivery of tons of silver coins.”
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Math problem from Singapore goes viral – can you solve it?
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 16, 2015
“There’s a new viral sensation sweeping the Internet. But this time, it has nothing to do with the color of a dress or a superhuman motorcycle rider crashing and landing on top of a car. This time around, a math problem, of all things, has worked the Internet up into a frenzy. The math problem in question was initially given to High School students in Singapore who were taking the Singapore and Asian Schools Math Olympiad exam. DON’T MISS: 5 great free Android apps that do amazing things the iPhone can’t The problem reads as follows: Albert and Bernard just became friends with Cheryl, and they want to know when her birthday is. Cheryl gives them a list of 10 possible dates. May”
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U.S. authorities probing allegations of misconduct at Chicago schools
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 16, 2015
“By Mary Wisniewski CHICAGO (Reuters) - Federal authorities are investigating allegations of misconduct at the Chicago Public Schools and have requested interviews with several employees, a top school official said on Wednesday. Chicago Board of Education President David Vitale did not give any further details in a statement to the media. The nation's third-largest public school district has more than 600 schools and serves about 400,000 students. "We take any allegation of misconduct seriously, and we are fully cooperating with investigators who requested that we not discuss any specifics regarding the ongoing investigation,” Vitale said.”
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Thousands of teachers in Iran demand higher wages
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 16, 2015
“TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's semi-official ILNA news agency says thousands of teachers have staged nationwide protests demanding higher wages.”
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E-cig use soared, cigarette use fell among U.S. youth in 2014: CDC
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 16, 2015
“By Toni Clarke WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Electronic cigarette use among U.S. middle and high school students tripled in 2014 while cigarette use fell to record lows, according to provocative new data that is likely to intensify debate over whether e-cigarettes are a boon or bane to public health. Overall, tobacco use among high school students grew to 24.6 percent from 22.9 percent. "Nicotine exposure at a young age may cause lasting harm to brain development, promote addiction, and lead to sustained tobacco use," Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the CDC, said in a statement. Mitch Zeller, director of the Food and Drug Administration's tobacco division, said the data "forces us to confront the reality that the progress we have made in reducing youth cigarette smoking rates is being threatened." But e-cigarette proponents argue that the CDC data could equally suggest that smoking rates fell because young people took up e-cigarettes instead of traditional cigarettes.”
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Why Jailing Cheating Teachers Probably Won’t Help America’s Kids
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 16, 2015
““The justice being served is unequal,” said Allie McCullen, Rise Up’s education justice organizer. Although “we recognize that cheating is wrong, the justice being served is unequal,” said McCullen, noting that Rise Up’s petition drive has collected more than 35,000 signatures. Most of the cheating took place at 44 schools and involved nearly 180 educators between 2005 and 2009. In 2013, a grand jury indicted 35 Atlanta Public Schools educators after an investigation revealed cheating was behind a remarkable spike in statewide aptitude scores at previously failing schools in the city.”
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New brain science shows poor kids have smaller brains than affluent kids
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 16, 2015
“New research that shows poor children have smaller brains than affluent children has deepened the national debate about ways to narrow the achievement gap.Neuroscientists who studied the brain scans of nearly1,100 children and young adults nationwide from ages 3 to 20 found that the surface area of the cerebral cortex was linked to family income. They discovered that the brains of children in families that earned less than $25,000 a year had surface areas 6 percent smaller than those whose families earned $150,000 or more. The poor children also scored lower on average on a battery of cognitive tests.Read full article >>”
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Parents rally around ‘free-range family’ with petitions, protest plans
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 16, 2015
“The public has rallied in support of Maryland’s widely known “free-range” parents on a Facebook page, on news sites and in at least two online petitions calling for changes in how government agencies get involved in decisions by parents about what is best for their children.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: Four key principles for NCLB rewrite that would help vulnerable kids
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 16, 2015
“Congress is now attempting to rewrite the fatally flawed No Child Left Behind, the current version of the 1965 Elementary and Secondary Education Act.  NCLB was supposed to be rewritten in 2007 but Congress never saw its way to getting the job done, so it and its impossible goals — such as having virtually all students scoring proficient in math and reading on standardized tests by 2014 — remained the law. The Obama administration offered waivers to state from the most onerous parts of NCLB, but those waivers came with controversial conditions. The current debate about the NCLB rewrite has centered around whether Congress will maintain the NCLB requirement of annual standardized testing for Grades 3-8 and once in high school — which has support in Congress and the White House — but there are other critical issues not getting as much attention.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: Los Angeles school district drops Pearson software on iPads, seeks refund from Apple (update)
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 16, 2015
“(Update: Adding statement from Pearson)The Los Angeles Unified School District sent a letter to Apple Inc., this week saying that it will no longer pay for Pearson-created software installed on iPads purchased from Apple because it does not work. The District also said it wants a refund.Read full article >>”
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Judge upholds revocation of charter for D.C.’s Community Academy
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 16, 2015
“A Superior Court Judge this week upheld a D.C. Public Charter School Board decision to revoke the charter of Dorothy I. Height Community Academy, whose founder Kent Amos is facing trail amid allegations that he personally profited from the diversion of taxpayer dollars meant for the school.Read full article >>”
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High school, middle school kids now use more e-cigs than tobacco: CDC
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 16, 2015
“The number of middle and high school students using electronic cigarettes tripled between 2013 and 2014, according to government figures released Thursday, a startling increase that public health officials fear could reverse decades of efforts combating the scourge of smoking.Read full article >>”
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College senior: Suicides remind us we all need help sometimes
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 16, 2015
“Chase Jordan, a senior at William & Mary, responded to a story about the death of Paul Soutter, a sophomore  at the elite public university in Virginia. As at many schools, such as MIT, the University of Pennsylvania and Yale, mental health issues surged to the forefront of concerns and debate on campus after students ended their own lives. Jordan, a government major from Bethesda, is a student senator and president of TEDxWilliam&Mary — and he needed to take a break, too. Here are his thoughts, offered as an individual student, not as the representative of any organization with which he is involved:Read full article >>”
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Senate panel votes unanimously in favor of No Child Left Behind revision
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 16, 2015
“The Senate education committee voted unanimously Thursday in favor of a bill to revise the nation’s main education law, sending the measure to the Senate floor for consideration later this spring.The 22-to-0 vote was an unusual example of bipartisanship in a Congress known for its polarization and gridlock. It gave many observers reason to believe that federal lawmakers might finally be able to reach a deal to rewrite the law known as No Child Left Behind, which expired in 2007.Read full article >>”
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Catholic University turns to buyouts and layoffs to cut spending
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 16, 2015
“Catholic University, a school with direct ties to the Vatican, is trimming staff through layoffs and buyouts because of financial pressures. It is the third private university in the nation’s capital to disclose layoffs in recent weeks.Read full article >>”
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The Learning Network: Test Yourself | A New Show of Pop Art
by NYT > Education

Apr 15, 2015
“Here are several paragraphs from an April 8 article, “When the World Went Pop.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?”
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The Learning Network: Are There Topics That Should Be Off-Limits to Comedy?
by NYT > Education

Apr 15, 2015
“Are there any topics that are just too offensive to be joked about? Is 9/11 too serious a topic for comedy? What about rape? Cancer? Hitler or the Holocaust? Why or why not?”
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Student Coalition at Stanford Confronts Allegations of Anti-Semitism
by NYT > Education

Apr 15, 2015
“A Jewish student, claiming that she was asked how her Judaism affects her view of divestment from Israel, morphed what was a contest about campus issues into a fierce discussion on identity and loyalties.”
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Hit by school violence, Colorado mulls districts' liability
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 15, 2015
“DENVER (AP) — A novel approach to make public schools liable for campus violence under a measure is advancing in Colorado, even as lawmakers from both parties wonder whether liability will prevent the next mass shooting.”
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Obamacare's Cadillac Tax Hits the College Campus
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 15, 2015
“Higher education and its comfortable inhabitants on campus have long been hotbeds of support for Obama and Obamacare. Now, along with business and labor, i.e., the other inhabitants of what passes for the real world, they are about to become victims of one of its high “Cadillac” tax on generous health plans. In 2009 President Obama gave assurances that he did not want any tax on health insurance plans he considered wasteful or too generous to affect average Americans.”
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Somali Islamist group say attacked ministries in capital
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 15, 2015
“Somali Islamist group al Shabaab was behind an attack on a government building in Mogadishu on Tuesday that houses the Higher Education and Petroleum Ministries, a spokesman from the group said. "We are inside and fighting goes on," Sheikh Abdiasis Abu Musab, al Shabaab’s military operations spokesman, told Reuters after attackers set off two blasts before gunmen stormed inside. Police and government officials confirmed that the Petroleum and Minerals Ministry was in the same building as the Higher Education Ministry.”
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Delhi's stressed-out teachers reject meditation courses
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Apr 15, 2015
“A plan by authorities in New Delhi to send stressed-out teachers on free meditation courses has backfired after they said they would rather the money was spent on improving the Indian capital's crumbling schools. Delhi's new government said Monday it would send the city's school teachers on 10-day courses in Vipassana and Anapan -- forms of silent meditation intended to induce calm. "Most still have serious electricity supply issues and bad toilets for students... The government should first focus its spending on providing basic school infrastructure." Delhi's populist new chief minister Arvind Kejriwal is a regular practitioner of Vipassana, which originated in India but has become fashionable in the West in recent years. "What we plan to waste here can instead be used to benefit, improve at least 50 (government) schools for both teachers and students," Singh said.”
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