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Speedy recruit Lawrence Keys III has a great relationship with Texas Tech

New Orleans ties could help Texas Tech with the 40-offer prospect. NEW ORLEANS — Lawrence Keys III is a blur streaking across the field. But off the field, the four-star receiver prospect from McDonough 35 High School is taking things slow, especially with his recruiting. SB Nation caught up with Keys at the recent Nike Opening Regional Camp. Show More Summary

All the Ways Public School Moms and Kids Could Get Screwed by Education Cuts

Post by Rachel Nobel Fields. monkeybusinessimages/istockIt's no secret that Donald Trump wants to increase defense and military spending by a lot -- $54 billion, to be exact. But with the release of the Trump administration's "America...Show More Summary

Studies of scientific bias targeting the right problems, study finds

In all fields of science, small studies, early studies and highly cited studies consistently overestimate effect size, according to a study led by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

Evansville mayor works on plan for baseball stadium repairs

Evansville's mayor says he's working on a plan to pay for needed repairs to the city's 102-year-old baseball stadium. The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp. owns Bosse Field and has sought … Click to Continue »

DBs Jamal Adams and Teez Tabor have an NFL draft bet they made back in high school

It’s all about who will be picked higher. Out of any position on the football field, defensive backs love to talk. NFL prospects Jalen Tabor and Jamal Adams do that pretty well in addition to their skills on the field. Love great competition. Show More Summary

Positive Legal Education: Flourishing Law Students And Thriving Law Schools

Debra S. Austin (Denver), Positive Legal Education: Flourishing Law Students and Thriving Law Schools: There is a wellbeing crisis in the legal field and legal education may be the catalyst. Law students are the most dissatisfied, demoralized, and depressed of graduate student populations. The Socratic method is infamous for inducing...

US states mull laws allowing religion in science class

Angela Garlington feels alone in the way she teaches science at a high school in Odessa, a Texas city populated by oil field workers.

Why Did Officials in Mission Viejo (CA) Let a Church Rent Public Space Worth $51,765 for Only $25?

According to atheists in Mission Viejo, California, the City Council allowed a local church to rent out a community center, school field, and spotlight generator for their National Day of Prayer event for less than 0.01% of its actual cost.

Superintendent candidates chastised over bleacher donation

State superintendent candidate Lowell Holtz was chastised by his former school board for donating football field bleachers without notice to a nearby private school his children attended. Personnel records obtained … Click to Contin...

CIT 2017 bracket: Full field of 26 teams announced

The College Tournament has been around for eight seasons now, and unlike the NCAA Tournament, it features mostly low-major schools. The CIT selection committee features 10 athletic directors, while the regional selection...Show More Summary

Potential First-Round Pick Sidney Jones Carted Off With Leg Injury At Pro Day

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Washington cornerback—and likely first-round draft pick—Sidney Jones was carted off the field with a lower leg injury at the school’s pro day this afternoon. Read more...

Atheists Win Case Against Missouri School District That Took Students to a Christian Ministry

The American Humanist Association has won its case against a Missouri school district that rewarded students with a field trip to a sports complex that doubled as a Christian ministry.

Stephen Ross, Economist Who Developed Arbitrage Pricing Theory, Dies at 73

Professor Ross, who taught at the M.I.T. Sloan School of Management, was a seminal theorist whose work reshaped the field of financial economics.

High School project leads to German fighter wreckage

Danish 14-year-old Daniel Rom Kristiansen was looking for high school homework project when his father, Klaus, jokingly suggested that he search for the plane that his grandfather had told him crashed in a field near the family farm. From the Daily Mail; When the machine started beeping over a patch of boggy ground the pair […]

Vermont Supreme Court hits the road for all day hearing

The Vermont Supreme Court is set to take a field trip to the Vermont Law School. The court will gather Wednesday to decide six cases. A North Carolina man convicted … Click to Continue »

Ducks' Logan Shaw stays sharp by mixing hockey with education

When Logan Shaw gazed out at the thousands of elementary school students who filled Honda Center for a Ducks practice, he couldn’t help but identify with them. On Monday, the team held its First Flight event, a fun field trip for kids to learn about science, math and technology through hockey demonstrations...

Super Bowl Winner Brandon Marshall Clinches Award From Harvard For Community Work

The Harvard Graduate School Of Education Recognized NFLer Brandon Marshall For Social Activism Super Bowl winner Brandon Marshall clinched a top nod from Harvard University for his work off the field. The Denver Broncos linebacker was honored by the Harvard

First black football players for Haskell school reminisce

In the mid-1950s, schools across Oklahoma started to field integrated football teams. Now, Joe Harrison and Sylvester Hollis — two men who helped pave a trail for blacks to play … Click to Continue »

Battery legend Goodenough not done yet: new solid-state chemistry introduced

Lithium-ion battery-cell chemistry is currently dominant in electric cars, not to mention consumer electronics and other fields. John Goodenough, a 94-year-old professor at the University of Texas Austin's Cockrell School of Engineering—and...Show More Summary

Teacher Allegedly Yells at “Ungodly and Unpatriotic” Student For Not Standing During the Pledge

By protesting the Pledge of Allegiance, Cierra Fields is doing more to teach her classmates about free speech and real patriotism than anything her school is doing.

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