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Atheist Group Calls for Investigation into Texas Charter School That Promotes Christianity

A public charter school in Texas is being investigated for pushing religion onto students as if it were a private Christian school. According to a letter from Freedom From Religion Foundation Attorney Sam Grover to Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath, Advantage Academy is out of control when it comes to preaching faith.

Quotes: School Integration's Many Benefits For Kids

When kids are exposed to children who are different than them, whether it’s along racial lines or economic lines, that contact between different groups reduces the willingness of kids to make stereotypes and generalizations about other groups... Show More Summary

Matthew Broussard on Conan

Matthew Broussard has such good hair, he looks like the bad guy in a 1980s movie. "I get it. I've seen mirrors." So Broussard joked on Monday's Conan that he had joined a support group for people who peaked in high school. Roll the clip.

Study Shows Potential to Reduce HIV Transmission Through Intervention for Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence

A team of researchers led by the University of Maryland, School of Public Health's Dr. Mona Mittal, conducted an integrated HIV risk reduction intervention for a racially diverse group of economically-disadvantaged women with histories of intimate partner violence (IPV). Show More Summary

Tighten rules for moonlighting UC officals

For reasons which should have been obvious, it was inappropriate for UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi to accept a $70,000-a-year appointment to the board of directors of DeVry Education Group, a for-profit school that was under federal investigation for duping students about their job and income...

Southwest Side teens sing through their pain on 'America's Got Talent'

The members of Musicality, a singing group from Curie Metropolitan High School on the Southwest Side, looked elated after auditioning for the judges in the first round of "America's Got Talent." They returned to the stage on Wednesday's episode with tears in their eyes. The group shared that the...

Ideas For Action From Youth: Financing Solutions For Implementing The Sustainable Development Goals

The innovative and fresh ideas needed to tackle the world's biggest challenges will likely come from youth. That's why the World Bank Group and the Wharton School sponsor the Ideas for Action competition. The Ideas for Action initiative,...Show More Summary

These Aussie Schoolkids Just Spent The Holidays At NASA

Best. Camp. Ever. The largest group of Australian students ever to visit the Houston Association for Space and Science Education (HASSE) Space School in the U.S have just returned. Bringing to life all facets of space exploration, science...Show More Summary

Arab American University in Jenin to host first Palestinian Advanced Physics School

From July 26th to 28th Palestinian physicists and the international group “Scientists for Palestine,” are organizing the first ever 'Palestinian Advanced Physics School' at the Arab American University in Jenin. Professor Stephen Hawking,...Show More Summary

Quotes: The Impact Of Affluent Parents On Mixed-Income Schools

Small groups of advantaged parents, many of them members of parent organizations... often push for programs that would benefit their own children and not necessarily the kids of less means. When these parents don’t get what they want,...Show More Summary

Access Group Releases New Law Student Loan Calculator

Access Group Launches New Student Loan Calculator for Law Students: Access Group is pleased to announce the launch of a new and free student loan calculator designed for aspiring and current law school students as well as recent law school graduates. This new calculator was specifically created to provide an...

Morning Video: Strong Results (Again) For "Becoming A Man"

"A new study finds a program that works with at-risk young men in Chicago schools reduced overall arrests in the group by 35 percent, violent crime arrests by 50 percent and boosted on-time high school graduation for participants by 19 percent." via WTTW Chicago Public Television (Program for At-Risk Youth Cuts Arrests by 35 Percent)

Smaller Fish Using Jellyfish As Moving Predator Shield

Have you ever seen a Jellyfish unknowingly protect a school of baby Yellowtails, from an attacking group of Trumpetfish?      First things first, a big shout out to Imgur for making the internet a far more interesting place. That stated, I will admit, when I first saw this I was in awe. I know […]

Breitbart Reports: Parents Sue to Stop SB277

Excerpted from Breitbart. A group of parents and organizations sued the State of California last Friday in an attempt to stop the vaccine mandate that now stands in effect for the upcoming school year. Six parents and four not-for-profit organizations...

Schoolkids Make Capes For Homeless Children So They Can Feel Like Superheroes

This super initiative is helping homeless kids feel like heroes. A group of Elementary school students from PS 173 in Queens, New York, who are members of the GenerationOn Kids Care Club, made capes for homeless kids in shelters, More Summary

Major LGBT Rights Group Condemns Harvard Policy On Final Clubs

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Campus Pride, one of the most prominent groups advocating for LGBT college students, is joining national fraternity and sorority groups in opposing a new policy at Harvard University that threatens the Ivy League school’s elite final...Show More Summary

Daniel Radcliffe Infiltrates a Neo-Nazi Gang in the Timely Trailer for Imperium

Hate groups are all the rage in movies and TV these days. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

A Fluorescent Protein From Japanese Eel Muscles Used to Detect Bilirubin in Newborns

A research group led by Project Professor Morioka Ichiro (Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics) and Assistant Professor Iwatani Sota (Kobe University Hospital, Center for Perinatal Care) in collaboration...Show More Summary

Schoolkids help homeless children feel super with hand-crafted capes

A group of elementary school students are making tough times just a bit easier for children in a shelter hundreds of miles away.


Susan:  Been asking for dob 9/7/2008 son to put him back 1st grade. In Oct 2016 School refused and put in small group for maturity and social reason for the Spring. Came end school I asked again to refused as appearing for hearing with superintendent. Show More Summary

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