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Schools to Watch After 4-Star DT Donovan Jeter Decommitted from Notre Dame

It’s been a tough season for Notre Dame on the field, but fans of the Fighting Irish could take solace in a recruiting class currently rated among the nation’s top 10 in the 2017 cycle. The Irish class took a hit on Tuesday as 4-star...Show More Summary

Matt Miller's Week 6 NFL Scouting Notebook: Will Injury Hurt Fournette's Stock?

Top quarterback prospects Brad Kaaya and Mitch Trubisky suffered losses last week, Leonard Fournette still isn't playing, and Ole Miss' quarterback ran onto the field during a fight at a high school game. Needless to say, it's been a crazy week in the world of the NFL draft. Show More Summary

Justin Bieber took a break from being a pop star to play soccer with some students

Justin Bieber decided to ditch the mustache and wig and blend in with regular human beings in England. The singer, who is in London to play three shows at the O2 Arena, stopped by Highgate School's soccer field (or football, to the majority...Show More Summary

Free Concealed Carry Class for Teachers and Those Working in Education

The classroom training is reserved for educators and school staff and is free of charge. The class will be tailored towards teachers and those working in the education field. The class is..... This post Free Concealed Carry Class for Teachers and Those Working in Education appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

LSU’s tiger mascot Mike VI dies after battle with cancer

Louisiana State’s beloved tiger mascot Mike VI has died after a four-month battle with cancer, the school announced on Tuesday. Mike, who did not make any appearances on the football field because of his illness this season, was 11 years old. We are deeply saddened to have lost our beloved live Tiger mascot, @MikeTigerVI, after a […]

What medicine can learn from the fire department about team-based care

Through a thoughtful, community-based education program at my medical school, I spent a week rotating with my local fire department. Immediately, I was immersed in the first-responder field. I learned how to set up a transcutaneous pacemaker, properly unfold a fire hose, and plan ground strategy for wildfires. But what I will remember most years […]

At an L.A. continuation school, a farm offers refuge for students and animals

Most school days, 17-year-old Alex Snyder eats lunch with a pot-bellied pig named Peanut. John R. Wooden High School is small. It doesn’t have a football field or a swimming pool or a gym. But it has a farm. And the farm has become a central part of Alex’s life.  “It’s my job to go around...every...

The 14 most innovative schools in the world

Innovation in education can take lots of forms, like incorporating new technology or teaching methods, going on field trips, rejecting social norms, or partnering with the local community. An innovative school could be modeled after a legendary CEO, like the Steve Jobs School in Amsterdam. Show More Summary

Female High School Kicker Lit Up A Kick Returner (Video)

For the past few weeks, social media was buzzing about Penn State’s 250+ pound kicker Joey Julius delivering some bone crushing hits to kick returners as he steamrolled down the field. The past two weeks however, he’s gotten two players ejected for intentionally targeting him out just to throw a cheap shot and put him […]

This high school football team is so terrifying, opponents are forfeiting games for their safety

Archbishop Murphy High School in Washington doesn’t just have a good football team, it has a terrifying one. The small private school is fielding such a dominant roster in its high school 2A conference that opposing teams are forfeiting, rather than see them on the field. Show More Summary

Chad Kelly Involved in Brawl During Brother's High School Football Game

Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly reportedly ran on the field during a bench-clearing brawl on Friday night between Bishop Timon -St. Jude High School and St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute, according to the Buffalo News' Harry Scull Jr. News...Show More Summary

The Heartbreaking Reason National-Anthem Protests Caught Fire at This High School

When Edward Washington became the head football coach at Castlemont High School in East Oakland three years ago, he struggled to even field a team. The school, tucked away in an impoverished, predominantly black and Latino neighborhood, hadn't won a game in four years. Show More Summary

10 Game-Changing Hispanic Scientists You Didn’t Learn About In School

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

From groundbreaking biologists and physicists to innovators in the fields of medicine, botany, and more, here are 10 great minds you probably didn't learn about in school.

Canada's residential schools and the dangers of educational hubris

In 1953 the Canadian Geographical Society published a glossy black-and-white volume called "Image of Canada." It has the usual inspiring pictures of Saskatchewan wheat fields and Toronto city lights; of majestic glaciers and mighty log booms. The book also contains...

Trump Meets Coach Kennedy: Suspension for Praying After Games 'Outrageous,' 'Very Sad'

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump recently talked with a Washington State high school coach suspended for his practice of kneeling to pray on a football field, describing the coach's suspension as "sad" and "outrageous."

Tom Brady is free to return to the Patriots, marking the official end of Deflategate

2 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

It’s over. Deflategate is really, truly over. For proof, look to a high school football field in Brookline, Mass., the comments of his offensive coordinator and a tweet by the NFL Players Association. Tom Brady, whose Roger Goodell-imposed exile from the NFL expired shortly after midnight, was shown working out, throwing footballs and doing quarterback-y […]

Loudoun supervisors, school board debate examining county’s athletic fields

County proposed testing artificial turf; school officials want to test natural fields, as well.

New York City Schools Keep Losing Kids: Why Is This Happening?

Public schools in New York City keep losing kids. Why is this happening? Last year there were 457 reports of children going missing from buildings on campus, on school buses on the way home, and field trips or other school-related locations. Show More Summary

Researchers develop tool for measuring social entrepreneurship

The field of social entrepreneurship is expanding globally and is beginning to define itself. A new study from the Naveen Jindal School of Management at UT Dallas seeks to provide a valid, reliable measure of the term.

"We just thought were allergies," Oklahoma girl's aggressive cancer stumps family, doctors

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) - Like many 12-year-old girls, Rachel Scott is a laughing, bundle of energy. When she's not in school, Rachel spends her time at Native American dancing competitions, on the soccer field or cheering with her Little Axe squad. Show More Summary

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