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NJ school closures, late opening hours for Monday (14 January 2019)

By Chris Franklin | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com | Posted on 13. January 2019 at 08:08 PM | Updated on January 13, 2019 at 20:33 School Districts in New Jersey Call for Late Entries New Jersey school districts have begun announcing late openings for Monday after a blizzard of snow has fallen several inches over the weekend in some …

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Worried neighbors after Elizabeth Smart kidnapers near the elementary school

SALT LAKE CITY – Like many others, Utahna Sorenson said she was surprised when she learned that Wanda Barzee would be released from prison earlier than expected. Sorenson said. Now she is even more worried as Barzee is one of her newest neighbors and lives only blocks from the house where Sorenson lives with several family members, including two young …

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Kansas Teen graduated from Harvard & High School this spring

Braxton Moral is expected to receive a high school graduation from Ulysses High School and a bachelor's degree from Harvard in May. (Photo: Julie Moral) Millions of teenagers land across the country next May, along with other students, will decide to accept their high school diplomas with the necessary pomp and circumstance. Young adults being taught nationwide on the campus …

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Backlash steps up against high school wrestling dreadlocks

Wrestling Video Controversy A school district in New Jersey says that its wrestling team will no longer attend events hosted by a referee who orders a wrestler to lose his dreadlocks or fight discard. The announcement took place during a meeting that was held on Wednesday evening with the school council of Buena Regional and members of the community. The …

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White House Noises Dismiss the Obama Guidelines on School Discipline

Numerous education groups condemned today's recommendation of the Federal School Safety Commission to revoke a guide to the Obama era that called on schools to tackle racial discrimination. Proponents claim that the Commission's final report, led by Minister of Education Betsy DeVos, represents a step backwards in the effort to reduce racial disparities in school discipline and protect students. But …

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