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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 →

AMERICAN MINUTE Battle of Cowpens: a tactical masterpiece Bill Federer tells the conflicts that reversed the trend of the war of independence

Battle of Cowpens "The Bloody Butcher" is what the settlers called British Colonel Banastre Tarleton. He left his dragons bayonet and hacked hundreds of Americans on their way to the Buford massacre during the Battle of Waxhaw on May 29,… Continue Reading →

Latest News: Sisolak wants salary increases for a teacher and a state employee

The news on the state of the Nevada Government, Steve Sisolak: 18.30. Nevada's governor, Steve Sisolak, said he wanted to dedicate a portion of a 10% tax on marijuana to safety in schools. The Democrat said Wednesday in his State… Continue Reading →

3 students accused of entering their homes instead of being in school

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A family of deceased wants to have access to a video after the murderous killing of policemen outside the school

Lawyer Lauren Regan of Eugene's Center for Civil Liberties and Charles Landeros' family held a press conference on Tuesday. Police shot down Friday Landeros, 30, in front of the Cascade Middle School. (SBG) EUGENE, Oregon – The family of a… Continue Reading →

Hays County has launched them young in terms of safety training at school

We have all watched training videos on how we are supposed to respond to a threat. But how do you teach these same concepts to children from kindergarten to grade two? (Image of the Austin CBS file) We have all… Continue Reading →

Third Seattle college boy died from injuries sustained in a summer car accident

Leo Maddox Schneider, 13, and three other boys were in a car that spilled on Highway 970 near Cle Elum on August 27. The driver of the car was charged with homicide and assault. By Seattle Times reporter A third… Continue Reading →

"Betrayal": university graduates give up support for the H-1B outsourcing program

President Trump's tweeted support for foreign H-1B outsourcing workers is a betrayal of his American supporters, say US college graduates who are losing their jobs in favor of a huge wave of low-cost visas. "After I got up from the… Continue Reading →

A mother from Boulder attacks the school debt in her children's district and attracts the country's attention

BOULDER, Colorado – A mother from Boulder has launched a campaign to clear school meal debt. Kate Lacroix, whose two children are going to school in the Boulder Valley School District, has attracted the country's attention for its fundraising campaign…. Continue Reading →

Cartersville School Board elects officers and takes care of maintenance

By DONNA HARRIS City of Cartersville School Board members re-elected their officers in 2018 and approved a number of housekeeping items at their first meeting in 2019 on Monday night. Board Chair Kelley Dial, Vice President Travis Popham and Secretary… Continue Reading →

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