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DISD Council Plans to Create Schools for Talented and Talented Students in South Dallas

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Two elementary schools in South Dallas have been chosen to become the region's first independent schools for talented and gifted students, provided the DISD board agrees. "We work in this neighborhood, we play in this neighborhood, we… Continue Reading →

A routine vote on the school budget that was not so common

By Susan Smallheer, Brattleboro Reformer WESTMINSTER – The Westminster School Board has unanimously approved a new proposed $ 4.7 million budget for schools Tuesday night. Voting was not common at the time of Bill 46, the forced amalgamation of school… Continue Reading →

The list of alleged Jesuit abusers shows that some of them have moved to schools years after the charges

A list of 50 Jesuits who, according to their organization, have been credibly accused of having abuse minors was released this week, revealing that some of the alleged perpetrators had been bypassed in various institutions, sometimes for years after the… Continue Reading →

GoFundMe raises $ 30,000 to donate free tacos to striking Los Angeles teachers

A group of Socialist Democrats launched a GoFundMe project to feed teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) while they are on strike, amassing a staggering $ 30,000. Fundraising, called Tacos for teachers, is currently aiming to provide… Continue Reading →

Sasse defends Karen Pence from the negative consequences of her teaching in a Christian school

Republican Senator Ben Sasse defended the second lady, Karen Pence, after facing a violent reaction after announcing that she was going to teach art in a Christian school. The Senator from Nebraska spoke about it when he appeared in "The… Continue Reading →

Federal Minister Meets Committee to Develop National Approach to Campus Violence

The Minister of Women's Affairs and Gender Equality has stated that an advisory committee is developing a national framework to empower universities and colleges to address sexual violence on campus, but that Student groups believe that these promises must be… Continue Reading →

Police: Georgia High School Football, cousin were watchmen in 2018 homicide

A prominent football footballer and his cousin were the last young adults to have been arrested as part of a seven-month murder and robbery investigation in Douglas County, authorities said. Jalen Malik Morgan, 17, grand catcher at Alexander High School… Continue Reading →

Fees: A former teacher made pornographic videos with a former student

Maple Grove, Minnesota (FOX 9) – A former teacher and football coach at a Columbia Heights middle school has been charged with multiple sexual crimes after allegedly making pornographic videos with a teenager, according to a criminal complaint. Daniel Rolyn… Continue Reading →

University Women's Hockey: Crowell returns to Bulldogs in time to face Buckeyes

He starts this weekend with fifth place from Ohio State to Duluth for a pair of WCHA matches at 7:07 pm. Friday and 16:07 Saturday at Amsoil Arena. Saturday's game will be broadcast on Fox Sports North Plus as part… Continue Reading →

After the list of Jesuits accused of abuse, schools rush to reassure themselves

A few hours after the Jesuits published the names of dozens of priests accused of sexual abuse this week, schools in the Northeast rushed to dispel any suspicions that they were still resorting to alleged perpetrators. School authorities reported that… Continue Reading →

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