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Romney Uses Speech at Mississippi State University to Tailor His Presidential Themes
by NYT > Education

Jan 28, 2015
“The G.O.P. presidential nominee in 2012 addressed issues like student loan debt, income inequality and poverty in a speech at Mississippi State.”
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Sick Child’s Father Seeks Vaccination Requirement in California
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Jan 28, 2015
“Carl Krawitt, of Marin County, argued that parents who refused to have their children vaccinated against diseases like measles were putting his son at risk.”
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National Briefing | South: Arkansas: State Will Take Over Little Rock Schools
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Jan 28, 2015
“The state Board of Education voted, 5 to 4, on Wednesday to assume control of the Little Rock School District after students at some of its schools performed poorly on state benchmark tests.”
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‘The Hunting Ground,’ a Film About Rape Culture at Colleges
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Jan 28, 2015
““The Hunting Ground,” a documentary about sexual assaults on college campuses, drew gasps at a Sundance Film Festival viewing.”
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Brace yourselves -- we're landing sideways
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Jan 28, 2015
“Planes attempt to land in dangerous cross-winds at Birmingham International Airport, UK.”
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'Millipede town' moves to avoid being swallowed
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Jan 28, 2015
“A huge hole has opened up in the earth. Thousands of people will soon be packing their belongings and moving on. In some cases, whole buildings will be dismantled brick by brick and carted off to a safer location.”
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Asteroid flyby yields startling discovery
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Jan 28, 2015
“A treat is in store for sky watchers Monday, as a large asteroid will fly close to Earth.”
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Girl, 8, saves rhinos with chocolates
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Jan 28, 2015
“Even two-tonne, spike-horned, armor-skinned rhinos need a helping hand sometimes.”
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S&P report backs Gov. Jerry Brown's call to tame spending
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 28, 2015
“A new financial report released Wednesday backs Gov. Jerry Brown's call to avoid new spending, despite pressure from fellow Democrats to use the surplus on social services, higher education and other programs. ...”
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McDuffie introduces Title IX legislation again
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 28, 2015
“D.C. Council member Kenyan R. McDuffie (D-Ward 5) reintroduced a bill to increase athletic opportunities for girls in the city’s public schools.The District has some of the lowest participation rates in the country for girls in sports, an issue that has become the subject of two discrimination complaints in recent years.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: How school reform has failed the test
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 28, 2015
“Few education policies are built from a deep knowledge of schools, the teachers who work in them, or the students who attend them. In an article in The American Scholar’s Winter, 2015 edition, scholar Mike Rose takes us into life in the classroom, and from that vantage point examines the pitfalls of contemporary school reform. I am running parts of the article — titled “School Reform Fails the Test: How can our schools get better when we have made teachers the problem and not the solution?” — with the permission of Rose and the journal.Read full article >>”
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Montgomery schools chief may face uphill battle on board
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 28, 2015
“Amid reports that Montgomery County Schools Superintendent Joshua P. Starr lacks the support he needs on the county school board to gain reappointment, the board took no official action Wednesday on Starr’s future with Maryland’s largest school district.Read full article >>”
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‘Is this the 1950s?’ Students respond to sororities telling U-Va. members not to party with fraternity guys
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 28, 2015
“Determined to reduce sexual assaults on campus, some colleges have banned frat parties, others have imposed strict new social rules and many are changing how they respond when victims come forward.At the University of Virginia, which has been having a very public debate about its culture, a powerful national group of sororities is trying something new for this weekend: Banning its members from partying with fraternity men.Read full article >>”
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States Move to Make Citizenship Exams a Classroom Aid
by NYT > Education

Jan 27, 2015
“Arizona became the first state to require its high school students to pass the test that is given to immigrants who want to become United States citizens.”
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'SNL' tackles Deflategate
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Jan 27, 2015
“"Saturday Night Live's" "Tom Brady" and "Bill Belichick" offer their explanation on the controversy over deflated footballs used by the New England Patriots.”
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'Shake It Off' cop strikes again
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Jan 27, 2015
“"Shake It Off" cop dances with handcuffed women. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the sequel.”
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All-female 'Ghostbusters' cast chosen
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Jan 27, 2015
“The all-new, all-female Ghostsbusters are here.”
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The Originals "Brotherhood of the Damned" Review: Food Fight!
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 27, 2015
“The Originals S02E11: "Brotherhood of the Damned" If history is written by the winners, it's up to artists to keep telling the stories of the forgotten. Specifically, not enough people are talking about the black vampire soldiers of World War I. Sure, we've heard all kinds of things about the War to End All Wars—archduke assassinations, heartwarming Christmas Eve soccer games—but the story of black vampires soldiers' contributions remain woefully underrepresented. Okay, fine, I'm sort of joking here, but it really is true that sometimes a teen supernatural drama does more to honor underreported history than most other artforms. Teen Wolf recently invoked the Japanese internment scandal of WWII in a more resonant and engaging way than any pop culture art I can think of. And this week The Originals portrayed its own spin on the Harlem Hellfighters, an outrageously obscure (i.e., not taught in public schools) regiment of black soldiers who fought for a country that wouldn't even guarantee their rights and safety within its own borders. Yes, in both examples these true scenarios were intruded upon by fictional supernatural hunks, but still: Some stories need to be told regardless of the genre. Unlike most other TV shows, The Originals does not shy away from this responsibility. By now we know that the primary side effect of a werewolf bite isn't death, but flashbacks! In "Brotherhood of the Damned," Marcel's werewolf bite sent his memories back to the time he enlisted in the army during WWI. Klaus forbade him from going overseas (referring to the humans' great international war as a "food fight"), but Marcel's journey took him there anyway, where he was suddenly watching his friends die ignoble foxhole deaths. After a particularly savvy compatriot sussed out that Marcel was (A) a vampire, and therefore (B) the most capable leader in their midst, Marcel took on the responsibility of keeping his unit alive. Unfortunately mustard gas had other ideas, and the soldiers were all choking to death on their own blood. That's when Marcel had his aha moment: Turn 'em! Turn 'em all! And then we were treated to the episode's best and most potent image: Marcel leading a troupe of black vampire soldiers across a battle-scarred field toward the German army. Guys? It was the best. Forget flashbacks, I want an en entire EPISODE focused on this plotline. But the flashbacks were more than simply an amazing visual; they perfectly paralleled what Marcel was going through in the present day. Specifically, he needed to lead his vampire comrades out of the compound and through a parade without any of them giving in to a curse that made them crave the blood of innocents. That this sequence was intercut with the WWI flashback was just straight-up inspired and powerful, and did more to confirm Marcel's heroic nature than the season and a half that preceded it. For as often as The Originals' flashbacks seem to be merely a gratuitous excuse to put the actors in hilarious wigs and get them to rip each others' bodices, the ones that draw upon the grim energy of true history that really resonate. If it's not clear by now, I really loved these flashbacks! As it turned out, mentally visiting another realm became the episode's biggest theme when Finn used magic to trap his three brothers' consciences in a witch holodeck (or whatever). Stuck in a very cool rustic cabin flanked with animals that represented each Mikaelson—a wolf for Klaus, a stag for Elijah, and a fox for Kol—they were unable to return to their physical bodies until Finn discovered what Klaus's biggest secret was. It was kind of implausible that Finn couldn't use magic to discover that Hope was still alive, but was perfectly capable of using some of the most powerful magic we've seen in this universe to do all these other huge things, but whatever. This sequence in particular took on an added poetry when Elijah and Klaus freed themselves by severing their ties to their taxidermied spirit animals. Elijah, for example, was not a noble stag in that he had once murdered Tatia all those years ago, and Klaus refused to be associated with the dastardly wolf by forgiving Elijah for said crime. (Sounds complicated, but it played out beautifully on the screen.) Long story short, The Originals continues to casually traffic in some of the most intellectually complicated and elegant concepts on network television. The other big thread of "Brotherhood of the Damned" was Hayley's meet-up with Jackson's grandmother. As a Crescent Wolf elder, the grandmother would be administering their werewolf rites, trials, tests, hazing, and game of werewolf Twister before actually marrying them and spreading her hybrid powers to the rest of the wolves. But when Hayley found out that one of the rites involved smoking truth-weed and divulging all her secrets—including the pesky one about having a living baby—she tried to back out of the plan. Jackson somehow managed to change her mind, but then Klaus caught wind of this ritual and now seeks to stop it by any means necessary. Watch out, grandma! Yes, Josh and Aiden appeared in this episode, but never in the same scene, so. That being said, "Brotherhood of the Damned" was still pretty great. It's hard to say for how much longer this Finn plotline will hold our attention, but as long as The Originals continues to be this inventive and well-constructed, it's hard to complain. In the meantime, I for one would like to publicly thank all the black vampire soldiers who bravely defended our nation. We salute you, sirs. QUESTIONS: ... Roughly how many holidays are observed in the French Quarter every year? 7,000? 19,000? ... Would you let Cami babysit your child? ... What's Rebekah up to in that witch prison? ... Could you marry someone like Jackson and stay "just friends"? Be honest.”
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Chile's Bachelet prepares next phase of education reform
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 27, 2015
“Chile's President Michelle Bachelet said on Tuesday her government was preparing the second phase of an ambitious education reform, hours after Congress approved the first set of changes. "What we've put an end to here is a set of illegitimate bases put in place during the dictatorship, behind the nation's back, and today we've recovered Chile's historic tradition and the best practices in the world," said Education Minister Nicolas Eyzaguirre. The government will now look to bolster teacher pay and conditions, bring public schools, now managed and financed by townships, under national jurisdiction, and make university education free, Bachelet said. Months of massive student protests, demanding major changes to an education system that was privatized under then-dictator General Augusto Pinochet, helped shape the 2013 electoral campaign and propel Bachelet into power.”
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Arkansas governor details budget for coming year
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 27, 2015
“Arkansas' public schools, prisons and Medicaid program would receive boosts in funding while most other state agencies would see a small cut under a $5.2 billion budget plan Gov. Asa Hutchinson presented ...”
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Pakistani teachers get gun training after Peshawar massacre
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 27, 2015
“Teachers in northwest Pakistan are being given firearms training and will be allowed to take guns into the classroom in a bid to strengthen security following a Taliban massacre at a school last month. Heavily armed militants killed 150 people, 132 of them children, in a bloody December 16 attack on an army-run school in Peshawar, the main town in Pakistan's northwest. "Carrying firearms for every teacher is not obligatory, but all those who want to carry firearms to schools willingly will be provided with permits," Atif Khan, provincial education minister for the northwestern province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, told AFP on Tuesday. Provincial Information Minister Mushtaq Ghani confirmed the decision, adding that the province was unable to provide police guards for all of its government-run education institutions.”
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School-wide prevention program lowers teen suicide risk
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 27, 2015
“(This version of the Jan. 23rd story corrects name of the University of South Florida in paragraph 16) By Madeline Kennedy (Reuters Health) – After a school-based prevention program, European teenagers were about half as likely to attempt suicide or to feel suicidal, a new study shows. Danuta Wasserman, a professor of psychiatry at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, said the program was likely successful because students “felt that the power of mastering their feelings, coping with stress and choosing solutions was in their hands and not decided or forced by adults.” Suicide is the third leading cause of death between the ages of 10 and 24, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Suicide attempts are even more common, with some research suggesting that 4 to 8 percent of high school students try to kill themselves each year, the CDC says.”
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Hutchinson proposes boosting Medicaid, schools, prison funds
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 27, 2015
“Arkansas' public schools, prisons and Medicaid program would receive boosts in funding while most other state agencies would see a small cut under a $5.2 billion budget plan Gov. Asa Hutchinson presented ...”
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Brown University’s tighter grip on fraternities spurs debate
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 27, 2015
“A week after Brown University imposed sanctions on two fraternities and issued a ban on alcohol at registered events on campus, administrators are reviewing current alcohol policies. The goal, said Margaret Klawunn, Brown’s vice president for campus life and student services, is to raise awareness of behaviors and activities that could put students at risk.Read full article >>”
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Maryland graduation rates hit a new high
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 27, 2015
“Maryland’s graduation rate has hit a record high, with more than 86 percent of students earning diplomas within four years, according to state data released Tuesday.State officials cheered the new milestone, noting that the rate has climbed more than four percentage points since 2010, when just fewer than 82 percent of high school students graduated on time statewide.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: N.Y. teachers bash Gov. Cuomo: Your reform plans are ‘extremely damaging’
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 27, 2015
“There are three possibilities why New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo would ignore the position of the American Statistical Association on how not to use statistics to evaluate teachers.One is that he doesn’t know the organization’s position. Two is that he knows but doesn’t understand it. Three is that he knows and understands but thinks he knows better.Read full article >>”
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Senate appears unlikely to push for test-based teacher evaluations in revised law
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 27, 2015
“The Senate continued its most serious effort to date to rewrite the education law known as No Child Left Behind with a hearing Tuesday that focused on improving the nation’s teachers.Lawmakers from both parties indicated that they would not seek to continue the Obama administration’s push to link teacher evaluations and teacher pay to student test scores. Republicans said they don’t believe Washington should issue such directives to the states.Read full article >>”
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U-Va. sorority sisters ordered to stay home Saturday night for their own safety — while fraternity brothers party
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 27, 2015
“Sorority sisters at the University of Virginia were ordered by their national chapters to avoid fraternity events this weekend — a mandate that many of the women said was irrational, sexist and contrary to the school’s culture.Read full article >>”
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Montgomery County schools chief’s tenure in doubt
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 27, 2015
“The future of Montgomery County Schools Superintendent Joshua P. Starr appeared to be in doubt as the eight-member Board of Education prepared for a Wednesday executive session to discuss renewal of his contract, two county officials with direct knowledge of board deliberations said Tuesday evening.Read full article >>”
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Chitresh Das, Influential Performer and Educator of Indian Dance, Dies at 70
by NYT > Education

Jan 26, 2015
“Mr. Das helped popularize kathak, one of the most prominent forms of classical Indian dance and the only one that has roots in both Muslim and Hindu traditions.”
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Motherlode Blog: Changing Early Pregnancy Etiquette: Share Good News, and Bad
by NYT > Education

Jan 26, 2015
“When we decided not to tell friends and family about my pregnancy until after the first trimester, we never paused to consider how much we might need those people if something did actually go wrong.”
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New Jersey Bill Proposes More Suicide Prevention Training for Teachers
by NYT > Education

Jan 26, 2015
“The legislation requires public schoolteachers and staff members to receive two hours of suicide prevention training every year.”
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The Learning Network: 6 Q’s About the News | The Super Bowl and the Rumors of Wrongdoing
by NYT > Education

Jan 26, 2015
“Why did the New England Patriots conduct an investigation into their own equipment?”
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The Learning Network: Test Yourself | Virtual Reality and the News
by NYT > Education

Jan 26, 2015
“Here are several paragraphs from a Jan. 23 article, “Vice Uses Virtual Reality to Immerse Viewers in News.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?”
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The Learning Network: Do Poor People ‘Have It Easy’?
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Jan 26, 2015
“How can living in a place where jobs are few affect residents’ quality of life?”
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The Learning Network: What’s Going On in This Picture? | Jan. 26, 2015
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Jan 26, 2015
“On Mondays, we publish a Times photo without a caption, headline or other information about its origins. Join the conversation by posting about what you see, and why. A live discussion is offered from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Eastern time.”
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Air Force UFO files land on Internet
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Jan 26, 2015
“It's enough to make Mulder and Scully seethe with envy.”
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Skier learning to live again after horror crash
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Jan 26, 2015
“Saturday's downhill at Kitzbuhel is the jewel in the World Cup calendar, the winner meriting legendary status in the alpine annals.”
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Bears OD'd on chocolate bait
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Jan 26, 2015
“Four black bears that died in the New Hampshire woods last year overdosed on chocolate bait, wildlife officials said this week.”
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University didn't educate us, athletes say
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Jan 26, 2015
“Two former athletes who took so-called paper classes at the University of North Carolina have filed a lawsuit against the school and the NCAA, claiming they represent hundreds of thousands of college athletes across the nation who are promised an education but don't get one.”
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The decline of neighborhood schools causes discomfort. Should it?
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 26, 2015
“I try to impress my grandsons with tales of my difficult childhood. Unlike them, I say, I walked to school every day.They find this amusing because they often stay at the little house in San Mateo, Calif., where I grew up. They know my walk to my elementary school was about 200 yards, the same as my walk to my middle school in the opposite direction. High school was a longer hike, but still just two blocks.Read full article >>”
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What happens when the Common Core becomes less ... common?
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 26, 2015
“The Common Core State Standards were envisioned as a way to measure most of the nation’s students against a shared benchmark, but education experts say political upheaval and the messy reality of on-the-ground implementation is threatening that original goal.Read full article >>”
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Just look at their faces: A bus full of UMd admissions staff and a turtle mascot surprise applicants with good news
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 26, 2015
“Alex Mazze answered the door at his family’s house in Rockville on Sunday morning, then jumped back: A huge red bus was rumbling on the street out front of his house, a small crowd of people wearing red had gathered around his door, neighbors were staring, and video cameras were rolling.Read full article >>”
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Why are so many college students failing to gain job skills before graduation?
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 26, 2015
“If you watch college sports on television, you’ve probably seen the ad for Enterprise Rent-A-Car featuring former college athletes working behind the counter at your nearby Enterprise location. Enterprise — which hires more entry-level college graduates annually than any other company in the U.S. — likes recruiting college athletes because they know how to work on teams and multitask. Read full article >>”
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Big City: Disparate Education Plans From Obama and Cuomo
by NYT > Education

Jan 25, 2015
“President Obama proposes to make community college free for two years for qualifying students. Education ideas that Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo endorsed include a tax credit for charitable contributions to public, charter and parochial schools.”
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Technophoria: Your College May Be Banking on Your Facebook Likes
by NYT > Education

Jan 25, 2015
“College fund-raising offices are turning to a handful of start-ups to help identify prospective alumni donors through their social media activity.”
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Cost of College: A Quiet Revolution in Helping Lift the Burden of Student Debt
by NYT > Education

Jan 25, 2015
“Some little-noticed legislative changes have created conditions for a far-reaching overhaul of how a college education is bought and paid for.”
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How do you know they won't kill again?
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Jan 25, 2015
“When Bill Stokes visits a cafe near the state Capitol, he admires one man behind the counter. To him, Chuck Petrucelly represents a life saved.”
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Fake schools draw scrutiny of federal investigators
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 25, 2015
“SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — From her hometown in India in 2010, Bhanu Challa said she had no reason to doubt that Tri-Valley University was a legitimate American school where she could pursue a master's degree. Its website featured smiling students in caps and gowns and promised a leafy campus in a San Francisco Bay Area suburb.”
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Strauss: Condi Rice taking reins of Jeb Bush’s education foundation
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 25, 2015
“Former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice is taking the reins of Jeb Bush’s education foundation while the former Florida governor continues exploring whether he will dive into the 2016 presidential race.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: Mom: I thought I did everything right, but my 6-year-old is already ‘behind’ in reading
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 25, 2015
“A recent post on a new report calling into question the practice of forcing young children to read to meet Common Core standards generated hundreds of responses from educators and parents. The report, written by three experts in early childhood education, said that requiring some youngsters to read before they are ready could be harmful.Read full article >>”
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Distracted behind the wheel? These teens are developing an app for that
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 25, 2015
“Block it Out, submission for Verizon Innovative App Challenge from Margaret Anderson on Vimeo.Every school day, 16-year-old Meg Anderson, a freshly minted driver, makes the 45-minute commute from her home in Woodbridge, Va., to the Governor’s School @ Innovation Park. Then, in the afternoon, she makes the 45-minute trek back to Woodbridge Senior High School, where she is also enrolled.Read full article >>”
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The Learning Network: Test Yourself | Following in ‘Wild’ Footsteps
by NYT > Education

Jan 23, 2015
“Here are several paragraphs from a Dec. 5 Travel article, “On the ‘Wild’ Movie Trail in Oregon.” Can you choose the best word for each blank?”
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Motherlode Blog: Your Turn: A Weekend Thread, Open for Comments
by NYT > Education

Jan 23, 2015
“Welcome to Motherlode’s weekly open thread. Do you have thoughts about the news this week, and how it affects families? A question to ask? A rant to share? This is your place. Go.”
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Fake baby steals the scene in 'American Sniper'
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Jan 23, 2015
“Can you spot the fake baby? Jeanne Moos takes aim at "American Sniper" for using a doll rather than a real baby.”
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Staying Home & Watching TV May Reduce Flu Spread
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 23, 2015
“Staying at home and watching TV during a flu epidemic may actually reduce the spread of the disease, according to a new study of the 2009 "swine flu" epidemic. Researchers analyzed the television-viewing habits of people in central Mexico during spring 2009, when that year's H1N1 flu epidemic began. At that time, officials in Mexico City implemented measures to reduce people's contact with one another (a public health strategy called "social distancing"). They closed public schools and canceled large public events.”
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Strauss: Teacher: Common Core tests set kids up to fail
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 23, 2015
“Jennifer Rickert is a sixth-grade teacher who has worked for 22 years in the Ichabod Crane Central School District in New York State. She just gave a powerful, detailed speech to her Board of Education about her objections to the state’s English Language Arts Common Core test and her decision not to administer it this spring.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: This 90-year-old Kenyan goes to primary school with her great-great grandchildren
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 23, 2015
“She goes to school with her great-great grandchildren.Ninety-year-old Priscilla Sitienei attends Leaders Vision Preparatory School in Ndalat, Kenya, wearing a blue school uniform and green jumper, and participating in math, English, physical education, dance, drama and singing, according to this report by the BBC.  Some of her classmates their lives to her, in a sense: she serves as a midwife in Ndalat and helped deliver them.Read full article >>”
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The Learning Network: Word of the Day | saline
by NYT > Education

Jan 22, 2015
“This word has appeared in 77 New York Times articles in the past year.”
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Motherlode Blog: A New Nominee for Worst Tween Sitcom on TV
by NYT > Education

Jan 22, 2015
“Instead of a show about the coed and girls’ teams our children have grown up with, Nickelodeon offers “Bella and the Bulldogs,” an ugly throwback to an era when girls who love sports are always odd girl out.”
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University didn't educate us, athletes say
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Jan 22, 2015
“Two former athletes who took so-called paper classes at the University of North Carolina have filed a lawsuit against the school and the NCAA, claiming they represent hundreds of thousands of college athletes across the nation who are promised an education but don't get one.”
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Liberal Arts Colleges Where the Most Accepted Students Enroll
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 22, 2015
“Students may spend weeks, months or years stressing over which college to attend.”
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Alcohol ads on TV tied to youth drinking risk
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 22, 2015
“By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) – Young people who are more receptive to alcohol ads on TV may be at higher risk of problem drinking over the next few years, according to a new study. “If you compare low- to high-receptivity kids, their risk of transitioning to binge drinking was over four times higher,” said Dr. James Sargent, the study’s senior author from the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Sargent and his colleagues write in JAMA Pediatrics that in 2013, about two thirds of U.S. high school students reported drinking. About a third reported drinking in the past month, and about one in five reported recent binge drinking, that is, five or more drinks on one occasion.”
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Newtown council votes to raze home of man who killed 26 students, educators at Sandy Hook
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 22, 2015
“NEWTOWN, Conn (AP) — Newtown council votes to raze home of man who killed 26 students, educators at Sandy Hook .”
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Thanks to This Sustainable Brewing Program, College Students Can Finally Major in Beer
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 22, 2015
“While you were busy riding your bicycle between your college's on-campus farm and the local co-op, it may have seemed like you majored in sustainability in college—all while you nursed a bottle of craft brew, your unofficial concentration. In Kalamazoo, Michigan, Kalamazoo Valley Community College and Western Michigan University will offer the nation’s first higher educational degree in sustainable brewing—a "2+2" program that allows students to earn an associate's degree at KVCC followed by a bachelor of science degree at WMU—beginning in fall 2015. The curriculum was developed with input from an advisory board featuring 10 of Michigan’s top craft brewers, including Dave Sippel, director of brewing operations at Arcadia Brewing Company, who is helping to design the brewing lab on the KVCC campus. Sippel said sustainability is "a very common theme that you see throughout the craft brewing industry,” and it will inspire and inform the curriculum at the schools.”
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Top Liberal Arts Colleges That Claim to Meet Full Financial Need
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 22, 2015
“Top-Ranked National Liberal Arts Colleges That Meet Full Financial Need”
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4 Ways to Pick a Cost-Efficient Law School
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 22, 2015
“Law school enrollment continues to decline, according to a December report from the American Bar Association, but tuition and fees remain high at many institutions. While some schools have decreased or capped tuition to attract students, getting a J.D. is still expensive. At public schools the average was $23,214 for in-state students and $36,202 for out-of-state students. "It makes sense for aspiring law students to carefully examine the total costs of earning a law degree and the broad consequences of financing a legal education with borrowed money," wrote Heather Jarvis, a law school financial aid expert who graduated from the law school at Duke University, in an email.”
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Bomb explodes near Turkish delegation in Somalia day before president's visit
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 22, 2015
“By Abdi Sheikh and Feisal Omar MOGADISHU (Reuters) - A suicide car bomb exploded at the gate of a Mogadishu hotel where Turkish delegates were meeting on Thursday, a day before a visit by President Tayyip Erdogan to the Somali capital. At least two police officers were killed but none of the Turkish delegates were wounded in the attack, which was claimed by Islamist al Shabaab rebels, officials said. Erdogan, who was in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on the first leg of an African tour when the bomb went off, appeared unfazed and said that whoever carried out the attack was not acting in the name of Islam. "There has been a terrorist attack today in Somalia.”
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At Senate education hearing, ties between panel, witnesses
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 22, 2015
“It’s trivia time for all those in education circles who were riveted by Wednesday’s well-attended Senate hearing on standardized testing. And the question is: Name the two pairs of men in the hearing room who crossed paths as teenagers or young adults. Read full article >>”
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Strauss: What the new Common Core tests are — and aren’t
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 22, 2015
“At a Senate education committee hearing this week on how the No Child Left Behind law should be rewritten, the subject quickly turned to standardized testing and whether the federal government should maintain NCLB’s annual testing mandate. Witnesses and legislators talked about the amount of time students are tested, the stakes tied to the scores for students and teachers, and the quality of the tests.  Tom Boasberg, superintendent of Denver Public Schools, praised new Common Core tests as being more sophisticated than earlier standardized testing. He said:Read full article >>”
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Hundreds of thousands of college students will be asked about sexual assault on campus this spring
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 22, 2015
“More than 800,000 students at 28 college campuses will be asked about sexual assault this spring, one of the largest surveys ever on the topic.The Obama administration has made the issue a priority, and the number of federal investigations into how colleges investigate reports of sexual violence has increased dramatically. Many universities have made their own attempts to change campus culture and ensure that students are safe, but there are many students complaining that officials are too worried about bad publicity to tackle the problem head-on.Read full article >>”
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Md. high school principal accused of discrimination has left her job
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 22, 2015
“A Prince George’s County high school principal who was accused of bullying employees and of discriminating against a white, male teacher is no longer employed by the county school system.Angelique Simpson-Marcus, who led Largo High School, was at the center of several discrimination lawsuits filed against the county — claims that alleged the principal mistreated teachers and secretaries at the school. A jury awarded one teacher $350,000 last summer, and the county school system settled a second case later in the year.Read full article >>”
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Lawsuit filed against NCAA, University of North Carolina in ‘paper class’ athletics scandal
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 22, 2015
“Two former University of North Carolina athletes have filed a lawsuit against the school and the NCAA in the wake of a far-reaching athletics scandal, alleging that they were deprived of a high-class education because of substandard courses.Read full article >>”
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National Briefing | South: North Carolina: Duke Suspends Fraternity in Sexual Assault Inquiry
by NYT > Education

Jan 21, 2015
“Duke University says it has suspended Alpha Delta Phi while the police investigate allegations that a woman was assaulted at a party at a house leased by fraternity members.”
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National Briefing | South: Florida: 5 High School Students Are Accused of Gang Rape
by NYT > Education

Jan 21, 2015
“Five football players were charged Tuesday with raping a fellow student near their high school in Winter Springs, and investigators say the student captured part of the attack on video.”
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The Learning Network: Test Yourself | Snapchat Stories
by NYT > Education

Jan 21, 2015
“Here are the first several paragraphs from a Jan. 14 article, “Be the Star of Your Own Snapchat Story.” Can you choose the best word or phrase for each blank?”
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A Counterculture Spirit Flourishes, Preserved Under Fiberglass Domes
by NYT > Education

Jan 21, 2015
“A 1970s experiment in communal housing at the University of California, Davis, continues to draw students with its sustainable, grow-your-own ethos.”
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Sorority Anti-Rape Idea: Drinking on Own Turf
by NYT > Education

Jan 21, 2015
“For decades, national sororities have banned alcohol, but amid debate over how to address sexual assaults, many of them at fraternity parties, female students are questioning that policy.”
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China says its colleges must champion core socialist values
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 21, 2015
“BEIJING (AP) — China's leadership has issued guidelines requiring universities to strengthen ideological controls in classrooms and telling professors to champion Marxism, traditional culture and socialist core values.”
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Campuses arming officers as parents, others seek assurances
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 21, 2015
“Nearly all campus police officers at public universities now carry guns, pepper spray and other weapons, according to a new Justice Department report, and experts say more private schools are looking to arm police.”
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IT'S TIME TO BE PRACTICAL ABOUT MULTICULTURALISM
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 21, 2015
“Following the murders in Paris at the Charlie Hebdo magazine and the kosher supermarket, one could hear the comforting sound of tens of thousands of footsteps marching in enraged opposition to the terrorists. This old struggle came up anew this week when a well-meaning Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal spoke in London about Islamic "no-go" zones in England where the British police dare not go. In fact, he was slightly wrong on the "no-go" thing, which is more characteristic of France's huge "grands ensembles," reminiscent of Chicago's massive, and now demolished, public housing. He should have spoken about how radical, anti-British Muslims are working to take over the public schools in Birmingham, since the "Trojan Horse" scandal is in the London papers every day, and about how Pakistani men in Rotherham had lured away 1,400 teenaged English girls, "groomed" them with liquor and drugs, and turned them into prostitutes.”
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California two-year colleges may soon offer bargain bachelor's degrees
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 21, 2015
“California's community colleges hope to begin offering bachelor's degrees for about $2,500 a year under a pilot program that won preliminary approval on Tuesday. The program aimed at reducing the cost of higher education in the most populous U.S. state got initial approval from the California Community Colleges Board of Governors at a meeting in the state capital of Sacramento. "These colleges are embarking on a new mission ... that will expand opportunities in public higher education," California Community Colleges Chancellor Brice W. Harris said. The course offerings must still be vetted by officials at the California State University and University of California systems before coming back to the community college board in March.”
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As U.S. test scores lag, study shows violence, poverty, teen pregnancy are high
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 21, 2015
“U.S. student performance on international exams has fallen compared to other industrial nations in recent years, a fact policymakers and others often cite in arguing that U.S. public schools need rapid reform in order to maintain their global competitiveness.Read full article >>”
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Strauss: What Obama didn’t mention in his State of the Union speech
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 21, 2015
“President Obama talked about a lot of things in his State of the Union message on Tuesday night, but what was striking was what he didn’t mention — at least in the education world.The big debate at the moment in education centers around No Child Left Behind and how Congress, which is taking up a rewrite of the law, will address growing concerns about annual standardized testing that the law requires in Grades 3 — 8, and once in high school. Sen. Lamar Alexander, the Republican from Tennessee who has taken over leadership of the Senate education committee, is holding his first hearing on NCLB on Wednesday.Read full article >>”
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Boys Town’s Rehab Vision Remains, Now Sharpening Minds and Skills
by NYT > Education

Jan 19, 2015
“In an overhaul, the Nebraska village, which began as an orphanage in 1917, is refocusing on its original vision of producing skilled workers.”
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Motherlode Blog: Charities That Inspire Kids: Kiva
by NYT > Education

Jan 19, 2015
“Diana Williams, a teacher from Surrey, British Columbia, describes the value of making microloans from the classroom.”
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Motherlode Blog: Do I Need Screen Time Rules for Other People’s Children, Too?
by NYT > Education

Jan 19, 2015
“It’s my house and my rules, but I’m uncomfortable snatching away a prized possession a child brings over. I’m also uncomfortable with the recent sleepover in which every child spent the night buried in her own screen.”
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Cop's 'Shake It Off' rendition wins over Taylor Swift
by CNN.com - Top Stories

Jan 19, 2015
“Even Taylor Swift loves this lip-synching cop ... CNN's Jeanne Moos "shakes off" the mystery.”
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Wolf names picks for education, labor and industry
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 19, 2015
“Gov.-elect Tom Wolf has named Lancaster school Superintendent Pedro Rivera as his choice for secretary of the Department of Education and former state lawmaker Kathy Manderino to become secretary of the ...”
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Strauss: Martin Luther King’s prophetic comments about education reform
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 19, 2015
“Here, as I have published before on Martin Luther King Jr., Day, are some of his writings related to education. You will see that King was prescient on a lot of things, including education reform. — Here’s an excerpt from “The Purpose of Education,” a piece he wrote in the February 1947 edition of the Morehouse College student newspaper, the Maroon Tiger:Read full article >>”
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Strauss: Letting kids move in class isn’t a break from learning. It IS learning.
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 19, 2015
“Last July I published a post titled “Why so many kids can’t sit still in school today.” It hit a nerve and became one of the most-read pieces on this blog last year, with readers continuing to click on it, along with related posts, such as “The right — and surprisingly wrong — ways to get kids to sit still in class” and “A therapist goes to middle school and tries to sit still. She can’t. Neither can the kids.”Read full article >>”
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Obama to propose new student privacy legislation
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 19, 2015
“President Obama is planning to propose new federal legislation to safeguard student privacy, a move that comes as new classroom technologies gather sensitive personal information about children in order to deliver personalized lessons.Read full article >>”
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At fraternity rush, U-Va. freshmen keep an open mind as normality begins its return
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 19, 2015
“CHARLOTTESVILLE — The four freshmen walked the row of Greek houses, turning to go up the steps of a brick Colonial with white columns. As they shook hands with the Sigma Alpha Mu upperclassmen, who were bedecked in blazers and smiles, they began an annual rite of spring here at the University of Virginia: rush.Read full article >>”
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Motherlode Blog: ‘That’s My Sister!’ Taking a Twin’s Gender Fluidity in Stride
by NYT > Education

Jan 18, 2015
“One of my twins was born a boy but, for the moment at least, identifies a girl; wearing dresses, using the girls’ restroom, crying if referred to as “he.” Only one person has handled all of this with ease: her twin sister.”
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Mathews: Malia Obama’s path to summer college fun
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 18, 2015
“Washington-area high school junior Malia Obama, 16, probably will be visiting college campuses this summer, like thousands of other teens in this education-obsessed region. I suspect, like many such students, she will be getting more advice about this than she thinks she needs, but let me add one more friendly suggestion. Read full article >>”
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Cuomo to Offer Plan to Cut College Graduates’ Debt
by NYT > Education

Jan 17, 2015
“Under the proposal, the state would cover two years of loan payments for graduates of New York State colleges who make less than $50,000 a year, continue to live in the state and are enrolled in a federal repayment program.”
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Cuomo: Expand safeguards against assault to private colleges
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 17, 2015
“NEW YORK (AP) — A "yes means yes" provision and other protections against sexual assaults on campus would be expanded to New York's private colleges and universities under a law proposed Saturday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.”
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The future is men's fashion, says Italian talent Pompilio
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Jan 17, 2015
“He's wowing fashionistas at Milan Men's Fashion Week, and rising star designer Andrea Pompilio says this is just the beginning, with a host of young labels like his ready to revitalise the menswear industry. Italian-born Pompilio, who showed off a Fall-Winter 2015 runway collection on Saturday inspired by his grandfather's military uniforms, is one of the "new generation" of designers admitted to the prestigious week of catwalk shows. It's true I've worked 20 years for big fashion houses, so I know exactly how to move and how to approach the world of fashion," he told AFP in an interview. After experience at houses including Calvin Klein and Yves Saint Laurent, and with a master's degree from Italy's fashion and design school Istituto Marangoni under his belt, Pompilio launched his first men's collection in 2010.”
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Strauss: Chicago school district refuses to give PARCC Common Core test as mandated by the state of Illinois
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 17, 2015
“The Chicago Public Schools, the third largest system in the country, has decided to buck a mandate to give all its students a new Common Core test known as PARCC this school year, a decision that could have implications across the country for Core testing.Read full article >>”
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Montgomery County neglect inquiry shines spotlight on ‘free-range’ parenting
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Jan 17, 2015
“Two days after the story of their children’s unsupervised walk home from a park became the latest flash point in an ongoing cultural debate about what constitutes responsible parenting, Danielle and Alexander Meitiv were still explaining their “old-fashioned” methods of child-rearing.Read full article >>”
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