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Community colleges receive $50M for job training

Eighteen Michigan community colleges will receive $50 million to help train skilled workers.

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Olbermann suspended over Penn State tweets

ESPN has suspended anchor Keith Olbermann for the remainder of the week over a Twitter spat that the anchor had with fans of Penn State University.

Early Monday, a Penn State supporter tweeted at Olbermann with the university's trademark slogan: "We A...

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Arrests made in Wesleyan overdose cases

Police have arrested four students from Wesleyan University in connection with a drug overdose over the weekend. They are to appear in court next week.

Ten students and two visitors were hospitalized Sunday from complications arising from the use of t...

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Teacher of year fired over dirty diaper

A teacher of the year award winner in St. Louis, Missouri, is being fired over a dirty diaper, Fox News reports, to the chagrin of parents of children in her classroom.

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Historic U.S. battle brewing over AP standards

This year, high school students taking Advanced Placement U.S. history in some parts of the country are getting a lesson in current affairs. And in partisanship.

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College lifts ban on Iranian science students

The University of Massachusetts Amherst has lifted a controversial ban barring Iranian students from graduate science and engineering programs.

The university faced heavy backlash after it announced February 12 that students from Iran couldn't enroll...

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Carnegie Mellon accepts, rejects 800 students

Carnegie Mellon University has one of the top computer science schools in the country.

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State bill would make AP U.S. History history

Some lawmakers in Oklahoma want to make Advanced Placement U.S. History history.

What's their beef? The course, which was redesigned by the College Board and implemented in high school classrooms last year, isn't quite pro-America enough.

"In essence...

Police: Elementary teacher was drunk in classroom

Police said they were called to East Elementary School after receiving a report that a teacher was observed with a can of beer in her classroom.

EAA's new leaders promise change

The embattled Education Achievement Authority of Michigan's newest chancellor presented what she expects to have change within the school system.

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