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Good Health: Less tech, more critical thinking in school

Students have no problem getting their hands on high-tech instruments, but are they doing enough critical thinking in school?

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Wednesday is 'Count Day' for schools

Wednesday is County Day, which means funding will be decided for schools.

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Be smart about the admissions process

Technology puts more information than ever at college applicants' fingertips. But experts say the best advice for tackling the application process and getting into a top university is about as old-fashioned as it comes: Do your homework.

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Sex on campus: Only 'yes' means 'yes'

Thousands of freshmen at the University of California-Berkeley swiped their student cards last week at the doors of Zellerbach Hall and filed into the dark auditorium for one of the few mandatory sessions in their three-week welcome program.

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Censoring US history in Denver schools?

One poster said "Censoring history = No Education."

Another read "We deserve to know the truth."

The signs were just a few lining the streets as hundreds of students from at least seven Denver-area schools walked out of their classrooms Tuesday and…

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Canton youth block party planned for Oct. 3

Canton Township leaders want residents to know there is a safe place for their children to ...

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Clemson limits fraternities after death

A month into the fall semester, Clemson University has pulled the plug on two dozen fraternities. The university opted to halt all social and new-member activities on the South Carolina campus after the death of a student and a "high number" of…

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Student loan default rate drops to 13.7%

Things are finally starting to look up for student borrowers, with fewer of them defaulting on their loans.

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Michigan schools get $3M in federal grants

The Michigan Education Department and four of the state's school districts have been awarded nearly $3 million in federal grants to improve school safety and learning conditions.

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Wesleyan orders fraternities to be co-ed

Wesleyan University officials announced Monday that residential fraternities will be required to accept women and men as full members.

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