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Teammates carry high school football player's casket across football field

A high school football player who died following a battle with kidney cancer was honored by his teammates who carried him across their high (...)

How to Raise A Wild Child: Inside Field & Stream’s June Issue

15 hours agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

The June issue of Field & Stream is on newsstands and the iPad now How To Raise a Wild Child: Summer’s here and school is out; it’s the perfect time to get outside with your young sportsman (or woman). Whether they are fledging woodsmen,...Show More Summary

Georgia Football Player’s Dying Wish Granted, Teammates Escort Him Across Football Field One Final Time

A Georgia teen’s dying wish was granted after losing his life to kidney cancer last week. Malik Sparkman was a talented 18-year-old football player at Coffee County High School who was being recruited by Florida State prior to his devastating cancer diagnosis last year. Show More Summary

97-Year-Old Meets President After WTTG Story About First Field Trip

After a 97-year-old woman took her very first field trip, FOX owned Washington, D.C. station WTTG did a story that set up her second field trip: a meeting with President Obama. Vivian Bailey raises money for school kids so they can do what she always wanted to do while she was in school, go on field trips. Show More Summary

Missouri Public School District Sued for Taking Students on a Field Trip to a Christian Ministry

In order to celebrate their hard work preparing for and taking the Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) tests, the eighth-graders at North Middle School in Joplin were taken to a sports complex with a climbing wall and video games earlier...Show More Summary

Watch High School Kicker Nail Trick Shot to Hit 40-Yard Field Goal

Kickers are depended on at some of the most intense moments in the game. They can be the hero or the essence of disappointment based on how the ball comes off their foot. However, when the pressure is off, they can bomb the pigskin in some pretty cool ways. Watch the No. Show More Summary

Dean of Penn's Perelman School of Medicine: Precision Medicine is "Personalized, Problematic, and Promising"

- The rapidly emerging field of precision medicine is a "disruptive innovation" that offers the possibility of remarkably fine-tuned remedies to improve patient health while minimizing the risk of harmful side effects, says J. LarryShow More Summary

Why lending standards won’t get better

Of all the players still on the field today -- lenders, politicians, regulators, brokers, GSEs -- young homebuyers are the only innocent ones. They were in high school or grammar school when the bubble burst, today's first-time buyers are paying the price for the mistakes, greed and outright fraud that contributed to the worst housing crash since the Depression...

Baseball: Lincoln reaches Dodger Stadium for first time in school history

The Lincoln High baseball team can see the lights of Dodger Stadium from their football field, and for the first time in school history, the team will get to play there.

Lessons From the Field: 5 Recruiting Strategies from College Athletics

College athletic recruiters go the extra mile to convince the best athletes to attend their schools. Steal some of their recruiting strategies to attract and retain the best employees for your team. The post Lessons From the Field: 5 Recruiting Strategies from College Athletics appeared first on Brazen Life.

NCAA Baseball Tournament 2015: Regional host sites announced

LSU and UCLA are among the 16 schools selected to host four-team regionals in their city, to help narrow down the field for the 2015 NCAA Baseball Tournament from 64 to 16. The field of 64 teams for the 2015 NCAA Baseball TournamentShow More Summary

Pioneers of Black Aviation

Five African-Americans were who pioneers in the field of aviation. These men and women established schools, aviation clubs and lobbied for integration in the field of aviation.

Parenting Without Fear

Earlier this week, I drove my older daughter's class on a field trip. After dropping my four charges back at school, I drove by the playground and saw my younger 4-year-old daughter on the playground with her classmates, so I stopped the car and couldn't resist watching her for a few minutes. Show More Summary

Blind Pole Vaulter Wins Bronze Medal, Is a Badass

last weekSports : Vice: Sports

Legally blind high school pole vaulter wins bronze medal at Texas state track and field competition, has cute service dog, is a total badass.

Charter Schools Innovate To Tackle Teacher Preparation

The United States faces significant, well-publicized challenges in effectively training teachers and, once in the field, supporting them with relevant, useful professional development. These challenges are only likely to grow in the years ahead as the teaching practice changes monumentally with the rise of blended learning. Teachers will remain not just [...]

Cooting edge

last weekArts : Parterre Box

Fans of the "context-free laundry list" school of opera criticism will be happy to know that "the world’s preeminent philosopher in the field of aesthetics," Roger Scruton, has now shouldered the white man's burden of rescuing opera from interpretation.

To nurture tech talent, close the inspiration gap

The millions of unfilled jobs in technology fields across the country send a powerful message that we must do more to ensure students graduate from high school and college ready to enter the modern... To view the full story, click the title link.

Robots on Verge of Replacing Human Anesthesiologists

Those in medical school pondering career specialties need consider which fields may soon vanish to robots. Anesthesiology is one field in the robotic spotlight.Please consider this Washington Post headline quote: "We are Convinced the Machine can do Better than Human Anesthesiologists". Show More Summary

Homeless Nepalis sleep in the open as monsoon rains approach

THALI, Nepal (Reuters) - Nepali tea shop owner Phurba Sherpa has spent four nights cramped under a tarpaulin with his wife and nine others on a school field outside Kathmandu since falling rocks triggered by an earthquake last week demolished his distant mountain village.

Dunbar track and field coach Kristin Hart remains on administrative leave

Dunbar track and field Coach Kristin Hart remains on administrative leave more than two weeks after she was involved in a physical confrontation with a student inside the Northwest school, a D.C. Public Schools representative confirmed Friday.Read full article >>

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