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  • READER SUBMITTED: Kingswood Oxford Sophomore Wins Public-Speaking Contest

    For the past 26 years, sophomores at Kingswood Oxford School have spent much of the Spring practicing their reading - interpretive reading, that is, for a public speaking contest called the Speakers' Forum.
  • Lake Zurich D95 hires 5 assistant principals

    Two Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95 veterans and three newcomers have been hired as assistant principals at five elementary schools next year. With increasing responsibilities being placed on the principals because of a new state...

    No experience? No problem. How 4 pros landed their dream gigs

    Brazen Careerist An Army combat engineer turned advertising executive. A banking executive turned career counselor. A mother of 12, now a communications writer. An Intel engineer turned comedian. These are not your typical career changes. Here are the...

    At Kutztown U, foreign languages not so foreign to high school competitors

    Students from the predominantly Hispanic Roberto Clemente Charter School in Allentown came in second in one Spanish vocabulary contest at Kutztown University's World Language Day Thursday. Their teacher, Nadia Olivari, joked that they would have won if...

    Is it 'Ukraine' or 'the Ukraine'? That's more controversial than you think

    Is it 'Ukraine' or 'the Ukraine'? That's more controversial than you think
    When speaking about Ukraine, three seemingly innocuous letters can make a huge impact: the. In recent weeks, politicians including President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have used the construction "the Ukraine" while speaking about that country and...