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Physical Violence In Schools Decline; The Unceasing Efforts Of Educators Is The Secret

May 21, 2016 AM EDT High school educators are still working hard in a bid to oust physical violence on campus, and as a result, occurrences of school crime and bullying have declined considerably.

High School Violence: Bullying Incidents Declining; Positive Culture Key to Ending Cruelty?

May 18, 2016 AM EDT A federal report reveals that incidents of bullying and physical violence in US high schools are declining.

After Teenage Pregnancy In CT, Jahana Hayes Becomes America's Teacher Of The Year [VIDEO]

May 02, 2016 AM EDT Among three million educators in the US, a Social Studies teacher from at John F. Kennedy High School in Waterbury, Connecticut was named Teacher of the Year. Her story represents a valuable resonance ...

Galesburg High School to Award Diploma to African-American after 55 Years

Aug 05, 2014 AM EDT Alva Earley, an African-American man, will receive his Galesburg High School diploma 55 years after it was wronglly denied to him.

Bryn Mawr Introduces “No-SAT” Policy for Admissions

Jul 26, 2014 AM EDT The Bryn Mawr College has decided not to include SAT or other standardized test scores for admission, beginning this fall

Californian Receives High School Diploma after 72 Years

Jun 23, 2014 AM EDT A California-based man realised his dream of wearing his school's graduation cap and gown after almost 72 years.

10-year-old Prodigy from Sacramento Graduates High School

Jun 13, 2014 AM EDT A 10-year-old prodigy from Sacramento has achieved a milestone that most people accomplish only in their late teens.

Top 10 “Dream Colleges” in United States

Jun 09, 2014 AM EDT Stanford University is the most preferred college among high school graduates in the United States, according to a Princeton Review survey.

Facebook Users More Likely To Remove High School Pals First From Friends List, Study

Apr 26, 2014 AM EDT High school acquaintances are most likely to be unfriended first in Facebook, according to University of Colorado Denver study.

LIU Post to Bring Back Axed Wrestling Program for the 2014-15 Season

Dec 13, 2013 AM EST Long Island University Post (LIU Post) has decided to reinstate its wrestling program, beginning 2014-15 season, after it was eliminated nearly 37 years ago (1987-88 season). LIU Post has recruited ...

Being Attractive Fetches an Extra Credit in High School?

Dec 12, 2013 AM EST Being attractive has always been the mantra to lure in potential partners and to receive hikes and promotions at work. Now, a new study has added one more benefit to being a pretty face. A new ...

‘Harvard College Connection’ Initiative Aims To Reach Out To Low-Income Qualified Applicants

Oct 25, 2013 AM EDT Harvard University is employing a new method to reach out to low-income high-school students, encouraging them to apply to the college and other selective universities.

10-year-old Math Prodigy Enrols in Special Program at Zurich University

Oct 16, 2013 AM EDT Maximilan Janisch is the youngest student ever to attend a special course in Maths at the prestigious Zurich University. The 10-year-old prodigy previously passed a Swiss final high school math exam ...

High School Football Coach Suspends Program to Tackle Off-Filed Misbehaviour

Sep 27, 2013 AM EDT Union High School football coach Matt Labrum and his staff suspended 80 players from the team last week because of off-field behavior problems. The high school football coach received support from ...

Only 43 Percent of College-Bound High School Graduates Met SAT’s Benchmark In 2013

Sep 27, 2013 AM EDT The College Board, sponsor of the SATs, said that nearly 6 in 10 college-bound high school students who took the test performed poorly in their reading, writing and math tests, indicating that they ...

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