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Dengue fever's economic 'bite' estimated in Lancet Infectious Disease article

In keeping with the Schneider Institutes for Health Policy's (SIHP) mandate to inform health policy through rigorous economic analyses, a group of SIHP health economists at Brandeis University's Heller School for Social Policy and Management...Show More Summary

Celebrity Listing: the X-Mansion, home of the X-Men

The X-Men, an exceptional group of individuals whose mutated genes give them unique powers, might be looking for a new home after the Apocalypse rises. Coldwell Banker has landed the listing for Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters,...Show More Summary

KIPP and Duncan's ED Under Scrutiny

It has been a long time coming, but legitimate watchdog groups are finally coming to the "no excuses" charter school scandal. This investigative piece is from the Center for Media and Democracy. the volume of such private philanthropic...Show More Summary

Mom Busted After 5-Year-Old Son Eats Pot Cake For Breakfast, Is Stoned At School

5 days agoNews / Crime : Crime Feed

A Wrightsville mother was busted after her son fessed up to a breakfast that included one very not-safe-for-kids food group. The post Mom Busted After 5-Year-Old Son Eats Pot Cake For Breakfast, Is Stoned At School appeared first on CrimeFeed.

Penn State: The Go-To School for Tech Entrepreneurship

Thirty feet above the floor of the Pegula ice skating rink, in a lounge that usually houses hockey commentators and coaches, a more curious group of people gathered on a golden April afternoon. The well-dressed crowd included AndrewShow More Summary

Court Smacks Down Kansas Christians for Labeling Evolution a Religion to Force School Ban

The group argued that teaching science without a religious explanation for the universe would indoctrinate children into atheism. A federal court rejected the argument from a Christian group in Kansas which said that evolution was religious “indoctrination” and should not be taught in schools. Show More Summary

Best Last-Minute Study Tips for Your Law School Final Exams

You've done your outlines. You've met with your study groups. You've reviewed past exams. But you still don't feel confident. Or, maybe you didn't do much prep and you need to cram all your studying in to exam week. Don't worry -- there's still a chance to learn what......

Court smacks down Kansas Christians for labeling evolution a religion to force school ban

last weekNews : The Raw Story

A federal court rejected the argument from a Christian group in Kansas which said that evolution was religious “indoctrination” and should not be taught in schools. After the state of Kansas adopted Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) in 2013, Citizens for Objective Public...

Cuban high school jazz band makes American debut

A group of high school students from Cuba were in N.Y. this past week for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: taking a master class with jazz master, Wynton Marsalis

If a J-Pop Girl Group Took Over Your Smartphone

last weekArts : Hyperallergic

Japanese hip-hop idol group Lyrical School's newest video, for the track "RUN and RUN," is a bit like an iPhone ad on acid, or a Luddite's nightmarish parody of what goes on in the worlds of screen-addicted teenagers.

National Hate Group Targets Tennessee Gay-Straight Alliance

In Franklin County, Tennessee, a Gay-Straight Alliance club has been fighting tooth and nail for months to be recognized at their high school. Most recently, the school board passed a measure specifically targeting the GSA in which students need parental permission before joining any school club. Show More Summary

The Class of 2016: The labor market is still far from ideal for young graduates

Young high school and college graduates were hit hard in the Great Recession. While young graduates’ economic prospects have brightened in recent years, they still face elevated unemployment rates and stagnant wages. Many groups—including...Show More Summary

Harvard Law School Activists Call for End of Tuition

After their recent victory to have Harvard's controversial seal removed, the group Reclaim Harvard has focused its attention on another controversial issue: ending tuition at Harvard Law. The push is the main thrust of the "Fees Must Fall" campaign which began several weeks ago during the law school's Admitted Students......

ABA Reviewing BYU Law’s Policy of Expelling Ex-Mormon Students

Brigham Young University Law School is coming under fire for a potentially discriminatory practice of expelling ex-Mormons. An alumni group first brought concerns to the American Bar Association in January, and, according to the National Law Journal, the inquiry is still in the works. As NLJ reports: Brad Levin, a law graduate and director of FreeBYU—the […]

Groups sue Antelope Valley school district over atheist scholarships

2 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

Two groups are suing the Antelope Valley Union High School District for allegedly not informing students about scholarships aimed at non-religious students. According to a lawsuit filed in federal court last week, the Freedom from Religion Foundation, based in Madison, Wis., and the Antelope Valley...

Here's a quick look at Garage Hero's Tokusatsu Film School series

As Bueno and the rest of Garage Hero/Garage Pro TV are working hard on Strega, the group launched the first trailer for their tokusatsu tutorial series, Tokusatsu Film School. Since the first episode will focus on teaching folks howShow More Summary

Wisconsin Moms: We’ll Feed Your Kids ‘Jesus Lunches’ Or We’ll Cut A Bitch

A group of Christian moms’ little project to meet their kids for lunch and talk Jesus with them has ballooned into a great big Church-n-State hotdish mess at Middleton High School in Madison, Wisconsin, with school authorities trying to keep order during the school day and evangelical parents claiming that the school is trying to

'Jesus Lunch' Debacle Puts Parents at Odds With Wisconsin School District

A Wisconsin school district and a group of parents overseeing a weekly "Jesus Lunch" are at odds over the running of the Christian event for students.

First Slice 4/13/16: Georgia murdered a convicted murderer last night

Christopher Clemons, a local founder of a group of charter schools overseen by APS, has been arrested for allegedly stealing close to one million dollars from the schools. Of the total taken from the bank and credit card accounts ofShow More Summary

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Opens the Way to New Treatments for Chronic Pain and Cancer

In a recent paper published in Nature Communications, a group of Case Western University School of Medicine researchers present their discovery of the full-length structure of a protein named Transient Receptor Potential Vanilloid subtype 2 (TRPV2) and reveal TRPV2 as new target for pharmaceutical research treating chronic pain and cancer

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