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One senior's story: Starting college admissions process is like 'being sent ...

Sep 16, 2014 • Washington Post (blog)
With the 2014-15 school year now in full swing, many high school seniors are finding that they have two jobs: keeping up with classes and filling out college applications. This blog will follow one senior as she navigates the college search and ... More

Villanova: How will St. Peter's Prep football respond after nationally ...

Sep 16, 2014 • The Jersey Journal - NJ.com
It didn't take long Thursday night to confirm what many high school football observers already suspected: St. Peter's Prep is good. Really good. No. 2 in the NJ.com Top 20 and No. 7 in USA Today, the Marauders (2-0) dismantled previous No. 10 Bergen ... More

Ernst Feted By Opponents Of Federal Minimum Wage Increase

Sep 16, 2014 • Huffington Post
She has described $7.25 per hour as “a great starter wage for many high school students,” even though most Americans who work for the minimum wage are adults. Ernst argues instead that states should determine their own minimum wage, and as such, she ... More

Joni Ernst Feted By Opponents Of Federal Minimum Wage Increase

Sep 16, 2014 • Huffington Post
She has described $7.25 per hour as “a great starter wage for many high school students,” even though most Americans who work for the minimum wage are adults. Ernst argues instead that states should determine their own minimum wage, and as such, she ... More

School officials react to Malloy's statements on testing

Sep 16, 2014 • Meriden Record-Journal
On Monday Benigni said he was definitely pleased to hear the governor taking steps to reduce the amount of standardized testing, saying many high school juniors are already taking the SAT and the ACT. “I think having another test on top of that is ... More

Committed Citizens Make for Effective Intentional Partnerships

Sep 16, 2014 • Huffington Post
Our Power of YOU program, which is made possible by numerous community and business benefactors, makes the first two years of college tuition-free to as many high school new graduates as possible based on student financial needs. More importantly, it ... More

1080 students attend Milpitas Unified School District's summer programs

Sep 16, 2014 • San Jose Mercury News
... complete course credits necessary for summer graduation or to meet the goals of the Summer Individualized Education Program. In addition, many high school students earned credits toward a University of California/California State University degree. More

Indiana offers 'incredible opportunities' for education

Sep 16, 2014 • Batesville Herald Tribune
While the school year may have just begun, this also means crunch time for many high school seniors who are contemplating the next step in life. Will they decide to further their education, or will they enter the work force right out of high school? If ... More

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