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Florida School Shooting hero accused Sheriff, Superintendent

A student severely injured while rescuing his classmates' lives by blocking a door during the Florida massacre said Friday the sheriff and headmaster failed the victims by hiding the shooter in front of him Not arresting attack and allowing him to attend school [ ] An attorney of 15-year-old Anthony Borges read a statement from him during a press conference …

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The student brought weapons, knives to school to feel "powerful," "cool," say the authorities

Winter Haven Christian School administrators called the police after confiscating a backpack with a semi-automatic pistol and two knives. (Winter Haven Police Department) A 14-year-old student brought a gun and two knives to school this week for wanting to feel "cool" and "powerful," police said in Winter Haven, Florida on Friday. Winter Haven Christian School administrators discovered their weapons on …

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In Puerto Rico, school graduation hit families hard

The school system has lost 38,762 students since May 2017. In a statement, the Ministry of Education of Puerto Rico said the closure would ensure that the government can provide resources to students after the drop in enrollments. Many families have been fleeing the island for years, as Puerto Rico's economy has deteriorated. The exodus widened after Hurricane Maria shook …

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High school stage walkout in support of the gun laws

High school students in Colorado went out of class on Wednesday to support gun rights – almost a month after attending school in Parkland, Florida. Dozens of teenagers from Woodland Park High School chanted and waved flags, saying they wanted their voices to be heard as well. "Today, we're taking back what we were legally and constitutionally granted," said one …

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With changing students and times, colleges go back to school

"Too many Americans, especially working-class Americans, are not sure if the return on investment is as high as they could be," said Terry W. Hartle, vice president of government and public affairs at the American Council on Education , "And that's where we have to do a better job." Among the two political parties, the main reasons for the loss …

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School Reflects on Civil Rights Icon with Focus on Students «CBS Denver

By Shawn Chitnis DENVER (CBS4) – Students and Collaborators Martin Luther King, Jr. Early Wednesday held the 50th anniversary of the murder of the Civil Rights icon, which is the eponym of their school. The group reflected on the vision he gave them decades ago, which they carry on every day in their classrooms. (Credit: CBS) "Just for me to …

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Seattle School Board Elects First American Superintendent in Urban History

The Seattle School Board spent less than two months restricting a pool of 63 candidates to only three finalists competing for Washington's largest school district. Wednesday night, the board unanimously voted to elect Denise Juneau as their next superintendent. From 2008 to 2016 she was State Inspector of Montana. When Denise Juneau takes over the reins of Seattle Public School …

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