When Madison High School’s ‘Madison High School Girl’ Costume Was Painted On The Campus

Madison High school’s “Madison” costume has gone viral after it was painted on campus.The school was painted over in 2016 after the school was accused of sexual assault by a former student.The students who were accused were eventually cleared of the crime, but some said the school had painted over a sexual assault on their […]

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What to watch out for when deciding which law school to attend

The top law schools in North Carolina may not have many students with disabilities, but they’re pretty good at attracting the best and brightest students.The Charlotte Observer reports that the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, a historically black school with over 7,000 students, has more than 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students who have completed […]

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How to celebrate the launch of the state of Texas’ school year in 2018

The state of Oklahoma has finally started to celebrate high school graduation with the official launch of its new year.The new year is set to kick off in 2019, and the celebrations will be as much fun as they are educational.Here are the official school events for 2019:Athletic eventsThe Oklahoma City Thunder will open their […]

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How to apply for summer school in California

You might want to get a good summer school experience at your local public school.Here are some tips on what you can expect when you apply for one of the more than 200 summer schools offered in California.Read more

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Which schools closed in New York City last year?

The city is home to more than 600 schools, but only seven remain open.They are in the neighborhoods of Hillcrest High School, Dental Assistant School, Bronx Junior High School and Queens Park Elementary School, which are among the city’s worst-performing schools.The Hillcroll High School is a public high school in the Harlem area, the Bronx […]

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‘It’s the worst day of my life’: Parents of New York City schools say their children are ‘devastated’

By Sarah DuttonPublished March 01, 2017 09:30:22New York City is not immune from the latest in a long line of mass shootings.It is one of the nation’s most dangerous places to be, with the most gun-related homicides in the country, with nearly 400 people killed in 2016 alone, according to the National Law Center on […]

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How to prepare for the worst: New ‘diversity’ program to help schools cope with ‘disruption’

A new “diversity” program is in the works to help local public schools cope as the city of New York faces a massive disruption of school supplies.A coalition of organizations are proposing a plan called “New York’s First City Diverse School Diversity Initiative” to create a “diverse school environment” that will encourage “students to participate […]

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Albany school district to shutter, save money in 2016

Albany, NY – The Albany Public Schools District has reached a deal to shutter its massage therapy programs, saving $100,000 in 2016, a district spokeswoman said Wednesday.The district, in a news release, said it will close all of its massage-therapy programs in 2016 and 2019.“It is important to provide our students with the support they […]

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School shooting: The victims’ families react to their loved ones

The families of the school shooting victims are now speaking out after a coronial inquest heard their loved one was an innocent bystander who was a teacher and had just finished a lesson.The family of 16-year-old Kymlyn Smith told the inquest the young girl was a “loving and intelligent young lady” who was “blessed with […]

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What you need to know about a school bus cancellations controversy

The fallout from a school board’s decision to cancel a school day is finally coming to an end.On Monday, the board voted to scrap a plan to schedule the day for the Franklin High School.The plan, which was announced after the board met in February, had been scheduled to begin the school year on Tuesday, […]

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