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  1. Study: Majority of back-to-school shopping will happen in-store

    Chainstoreage.com - Business 07.20 / 16:37 chainstoreage.com
    Deena M. Amato-McCoy Consumers are in search of the latest back-to-school deals and experiences — and hitting their local shopping centers to find them.   read…
  2. $60 million at stake and a Thursday deadline: Yakima County schools, rivers, and roads could get shorted in legislative

    Yakimaherald.com - Yakima 07.20 / 16:36 www.yakimaherald.com
    An unrelated fight over rural well drilling could prevent state lawmakers from voting on a spending plan that includes $64.2 million for Yakima County…
  3. Rapper Common surprises students at NY school, donates money

    Abcnews.go.com - Chicago 07.20 / 16:36 abcnews.go.com
    Oscar and Grammy winner Common surprised a group of New York students by donating $10,000 to help their teachers buy supplies like calculators and science…
  4. USC bosses flunk the leadership test amid shocking allegations about former medical school dean

    Burbankleader.com - California 07.20 / 16:31 burbankleader.com
    By now you probably know the details. Dr. Carmen Puliafito, a $1.1-million-a-year professor, doctor, dean and big-bucks rainmaker for the University of Southern California, left plenty of time in his busy schedule for extracurricular activities. They included drug-fueled parties with a…
  5. Ga. schools would be vulnerable to Medicaid cuts, survey says

    Georgiahealthnews.com - Health 07.20 / 16:31 georgiahealthnews.com
    A new survey finds that many Georgia school systems fear that the proposed Medicaid cuts in Congress would hurt their special education programs – and the children they serve. Most school districts responding to the survey say they receive thousands of dollars in Medicaid funding to help offset the costs of their special education programs. Schools say they depend on the funding to help pay for expensive services, such as physical therapy and speech therapy, to their special ed students, a…
  6. USC bosses flunk the leadership test amid shocking allegations about former medical school dean

    Latimes.com - California 07.20 / 16:31 latimes.com
    By now you probably know the details. Dr. Carmen Puliafito, a $1.1-million-a-year professor, doctor, dean and big-bucks rainmaker for the University of Southern California, left plenty of time in his busy schedule for extracurricular activities. They included drug-fueled parties with a…
  7. Spiral arms allow school children to weigh black holes

    Phys.org - Astronomy 07.20 / 16:30 phys.org
    Astronomers from Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, and the University of Minnesota Duluth, USA, have provided a way for armchair astronomers, and even primary school children, to merely look at a spiral galaxy and estimate the mass of its hidden, central black hole. The research was supported by the Australian Research Council and has been published in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical…
  8. Rapper Common surprises students at NY school, donates money

    SacBee-Music 07.20 / 16:30 sacbee.com
    Oscar and Grammy winner Common surprised a group of New York students by donating $10,000 to help their teachers buy supplies like calculators and science kits. The rapper-actor partnered with … Click to Continue…
  9. Rapper Common surprises students at NY school, donates money

    SFgate.com-Education 07.20 / 16:29 sfgate.com
    Rapper Common surprises students at NY school, donates money NEW YORK (AP) — Oscar and Grammy winner Common surprised a group of New York students by donating $10,000 to help their teachers buy supplies like calculators and science k…
  10. Rapper Common surprises students at NY school, donates money

    MiamiHerald-Movies 07.20 / 16:28 miamiherald.com
    Oscar and Grammy winner Common surprised a group of New York students by donating $10,000 to help their teachers buy supplies like calculators and science kits. The rapper-actor partnered with … Click to Continue…
  11. Rapper Common surprises students at NY school, donates money

    KansasCityStar-Movies 07.20 / 16:28 kansascity.com
    Oscar and Grammy winner Common surprised a group of New York students by donating $10,000 to help their teachers buy supplies like calculators and science kits. The rapper-actor partnered with … Click to Continue…
  12. Student explains why she pooped on the floor: ‘This school is crap!’

    NYPost-Living 07.20 / 16:28 nypost.com
    A student at one of Melbourne Australia’s most prestigious schools has won the support of some students after leaving notes explaining why she was defecating on school property. The student began leaving feces around the bathrooms of the reputable Mac.Robertson Girls High School in Melbourne, Victoria, at the beginning of the year, during the…
  13. Thrive School with Clare Mulvany at The Fumbally Stables

    Visualartists.ie - Arts 07.20 / 16:24 visualartists.ie
    Thrive School is for creative and social entrepreneurs, freelancers, makers and doers who want to take their vision, business or project to the next level. It is about supporting people with the skills and confidence to take a leap and sustain momentum. It is hosted by Clare Mulvany- learning designer, author and serial social entrepreneur. After 4 months participants will have visioned, prototyped and pitched new projects;  learned new communication skills, and developed a fresh network …
  14. Q and A: South Hampstead High School headteacher Vicky Bingham

    Hamhigh.co.uk - England 07.20 / 16:23 hamhigh.co.uk
    We spoke to Vicky Bingham about why she loves being headteacher of South Hampstead High…
  15. Phillips and Artsy organise Summer School: A Collaborative Online-Only Auction of Contemporary Art

    Sea.blouinartinfo.com - Lifestyle 07.20 / 16:19 sea.blouinartinfo.com
    Phillips and Artsy have organised Summer School, a co-curated selection of 45 artworks for new and seasoned collectors alike. This online-only auction is the first ever collaborative sale between the two companies.Summer School was conceived as a way to give new collectors an opportunity to bid on some of the same exciting names they'd see in a Phillips contemporary auction, yet exclusively online and at more approachable prices. Each lot in the auction will be accompanied by insights from…
  16. When a reporter tries to hit a MN high school softball pitcher

    Blogs.mprnews.org - Minnesota (MN) 07.20 / 16:17 blogs.mprnews.org
    Oh, you think you can hit a Minnesota high school girl's fast-pitch softball delivery. You probably can't and if you do, it's probably…
  17. Back-to-school vaccination event set for Semmes

    Fox10tv.com - Alabama (AL) 07.20 / 16:17 fox10tv.com
    Family Health, the primary care division of the Mobile County Health Department, is conducting a special back-to-school immunization event at the Semmes Health Center at 3810 Wulff…
  18. Texas school to bring back paddling for students

    Ibtimes.co.uk -World 07.20 / 16:12 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    Texas is one of 19 states that still allows corporal…
  19. School of Law Alumnus Named Leading Lawyer for 10th Consecutive Year

    Usd.edu - Education & Family 07.20 / 16:12 usd.edu
    VERMILLION, S.D. – University of South Dakota School of Law alumnus, Arthur Carter, ‘76, was named a noted practitioner in the prestigious Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business publication for the 10th consecutive…
  20. DeRay McKesson, Black Lives Matter activist, leaves Baltimore Public Schools

    Wgmd.com -  Delmarva 07.20 / 16:05 wgmd.com
    A prominent Black Lives Matter activist plans to leave his $165,000-per-year job as chief human capital officer of Baltimore Public Schools after a brief, rocky tenure — so he can devote more time to demonstrations and his podcast. DeRay McKesson, the man hailed by former President Barack Obama as a ‘social media emperor,’ announced the…