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Political harassment: Students give their response

political harassment: students give their response
Politics students give their views on harassment allegations at Westminster and the Welsh Assembly.
BBC News

City racegoers flock to see the Rotary Club of Bombay Trophy for class I horses

city racegoers flock to see the rotary club of bombay trophy for class i horses
A small but interesting seven-race card is slated for the opening day of the Mumbai racing season, the feature event being the Rotary Club of Bombay Trophy for class I horses. City racegoers who missed..
Mid-Day

Ivy Tech offers education, better jobs with apprenticeships

KOKOMO, Ind. (AP) — What if you could get paid while going to school? For apprentices at Ivy Tech Kokomo, that’s a reality. At the community college, apprenticeships serve as a combination between..
Seattle Times

Program helps train developmentally disabled for jobs, life

COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) — They may have intellectual or developmental disabilities, but that doesn’t mean that the former high school students taking part in a TSYS intern program can’t learn new..
Seattle Times

Teachers use program to connect with students

ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) — Ann Sehon greets her students at the Louisiana Special Education Center when they arrive to class by saying their names and asking if they’re in the mood for a hug today...
Seattle Times

Alumni highlighted at An Achievable Dream's 25th Tennis Ball

An Achievable Dream celebrated its 25th year with its annual Tennis Ball gala fundraiser on Saturday at the Hampton Convention Center. Like any 25th, it was a cause for reflection for An Achievable..
dailypress.com

High-schoolers graduate in record numbers, but are they ready for what’s next?

Indiana offers an example of how to better prepare students for college and careers, and it’s narrowing some racial and economic gaps along the way.
Christian Science Monitor

Support for teachers: One-on-one online mentoring fills a niche

In the face of teacher shortages, the search for ways to keep those already in the profession on track and supporting students has become more urgent. One solution gaining more traction: teachers..
Christian Science Monitor

Handicrafts promotes tradition

Handicrafts has emerged out of the traditional industry tag to become a major employer at Rajasthan. The industry remains on priority of the state government as second largest employer after..
DNA

Already facing space crunch, DU's Dyal Singh College now combines two shifts into one

Dayal Singh College, facing massive infrastructure issues, is forced to accommodate nearly 6,000 students in a campus of merely 10 acres at present.
India Today

Such initiatives will better cultural exchange: Prakash Javadekar

Set in the mesmerizing Ganesh Pol at the Amber Fort in Jaipur, the Grand Opening of Bonjour India illustrated the story of the relationship between India and France. The event was graced by H.E...
DNA

Far-flung, neglected for decades, Gurez Valley longs for attention

Should we suffer because we are peaceful, love the country and wish to contribute more for its development?”Asked an elderly villager while discussing Gurez Valley’s slow pace of development during..
DNA

Pvt varsity student dies, kin smell rat

A student of a private management university in Jaipur died under suspicious conditions on Saturday. The deceased Stanley from Kerala was a final year MBA student. He was admitted to a private hospital..
DNA

Student digs app receives boost from City veteran 

student digs app receives boost from city veteran 
Rupert Hambro, former chairman at family firm Hambros Bank, has joined the board of a company that helps students find accommodation via their mobile phones.
MailOnline

Superintendent of West Va. schools for deaf, blind fired

ROMNEY, W.Va. (AP) — The West Virginia Board of Education has fired the superintendent that runs the state’s schools for blind and deaf students. Martin Keller Jr.’s attorney says Keller is..
Seattle Times

Nearly 10,000 Walk for United Way of Greater Los Angeles’ 11th Annual HomeWalk

Participants raise more than $1 million to end homelessness in L.A. County Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2017 Today, United Way of Greater Los Angeles hosted its 11th Annual HomeWalk –..
PRWeb

University of Colorado plans $15,000 online degree programs

DENVER (AP) — University of Colorado officials are backing the creation of online programs that could let students earn college degrees for $15,000. Colorado Public Radio reports that the Board of..
Seattle Times

India still not out of the woods: Manmohan Singh on Moody's rating

Continuing the attack on the NDA-led Centre, Congress leader Manmohan Singh said on Saturday that the government should not be "lured" into a sense of false equivalence because of the US-based agency..
DNA

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: How First-Generation College Students Do Thanksgiving Break

My classmates practically booked their flights home during the first week of class. I’d never even heard of green been casserole.
NYTimes.com


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