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Many high school football players choosing colleges early
Jun 14, 2013 • MiamiHerald.comAs the summer begins, area athletes will head off to different camps and 7-on-7 events across the state and country to somehow attract the attention of those who make college scholarship decisions. At a time when many of the class of 2014 prospects ... More
Grady faculty teaching teachers on journalism
Jun 19, 2013 • Red and BlackDennis explained the common circumstances of many high school journalism advisers' experience levels. “The state of Georgia does not recognize journalism as a core class in high school, so in most cases, journalism is not the teacher's specialty,” he said. More
Go Fish! ASU's Trevor Williams on getting drafted and the future of Sun Devil ...
Jun 19, 2013 • AZFamilyDespite a strong collegiate career and his pitching talent, the afternoon of June 6th was nevertheless filled with tense moments for Williams. Like so many high school and college players around the nation, Williams waited anxiously to hear his name ... More
Woodworking Teacher Reacts to Winning WMIA Award
Jun 19, 2013 • woodworkingnetwork.com (blog)“What is the secret to attracting so many high school young people to enroll in your woods program and then upon graduation, place them into good paying jobs in our industry when so many programs are being closed?” I would like to go back a few years ... More
COLUMN — Does football help or hurt a university?
Jun 19, 2013 • HollandSentinel.comOn the other hand, many high school football players could not get into top schools — or even second rank ones — if they applied like anybody else. Exceptions are made, even at the top schools, for those who can throw or catch a football, or those ... More
Gosa - Where Smoking Is Taboo
Jun 19, 2013 • AllAfrica.comWe have many high school graduates and NCE holders in our midst. Many of them wake up on daily basis with nothing to do. It is a big problem for us. Other challenges we have is lack of borehole and transformer. AMAC brought a transformer and borehole ... More
UAS Sitka offers law enforcement program to students statewide
Jun 19, 2013 • Capital city weeklyIn addition, many high school graduates are interested in preparing for a law enforcement career, but they have to be at least 21 years old to become a cadet at the Alaska Law Enforcement Training Academy in Sitka. The UAS Law Enforcement program can ... More
New high school graduation requirements passed in Texas
Jun 19, 2013 • Your Houston News"Whenever the state revises its graduation plans and assessment requirements, many high school students get caught in that transition," said Commissioner of Education Michael L. Williams. "The Texas Education Agency is working to make that transition a ... More
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