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  • Middle school student accused of hate crime

    Middle school student accused of hate crime
    A middle school student has been charged as a juvenile with aggravated battery and a hate crime following a fight at a northwest suburban school that left a student with broken collarbones, police said. The student at Hannah Beardsley Middle School in...
  • Ticket Extras! Things to do this weekend and beyond

    Ticket Extras! Things to do this weekend and beyond
    Every Friday in Ticket, the Daily Press offers suggestions on things to do over the weekend and upcoming events to plan for. There are often lots more that won't fit into the print sections. So look here for Ticket Extras! online each Friday. This is a...
  • President Obama to host White House Student Film Festival

    Not many first-time filmmakers get invited to the White House to show their work, but on Friday a group of K-12 auteurs will do just that at the inaugural White House Student Film Festival.  Hosted by President Obama, the festival will showcase student-...
  • Fern Creek Elementary School's TV Studio Gets Major Overhaul

    Fern Creek Elementary School's TV Studio Gets Major Overhaul
    Fern Creek Elementary school students were surprised with a newly renovated television studio Monday morning thanks to the efforts of Blue Man Group, Impulse Creative Group, and Refresh Computers.  The three Central-Florida companies collaborated to...
  • Coast district reviews draft reports

    The Coast Community College District board is continuing to take steps to maintain the accreditation of its three colleges. Trustees on Wednesday reviewed accreditation-related reports drafted by administrators at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa,...
  • Parents of slain USC students ask university to pay restitution

    Parents of slain USC students ask university to pay restitution
    The parents of two slain USC graduate students from China called on the university Thursday to pay restitution and help their families set up a scholarship in the victims' names. It was their first statement to local media since Bryan Barnes, 21,...
  • Fragrance allergy legislation to protect vulnerable students brings rare optimism

    The dynamics of House Bill 1955 are all wrong for Harrisburg. The measure could cut into the profits of a commercial enterprise potentially capable of making "political campaign contributions" (it's wrong to say "bribes"), and it would benefit people...
  • Seattle police arrest man, say he threatened to blow up Jewish center

    Seattle police arrest man, say he threatened to blow up Jewish center
    SEATTLE - Police arrested a former employee of a Jewish student center Monday after the man threatened to blow up the Hillel Foundation for Jewish Life at the University of Washington, authorities said. Police shut down streets surrounding the...
  • Rick Hirschhaut's 'bittersweet' farewell

    Rick Hirschhaut's 'bittersweet' farewell
    It's Friday morning in Skokie, and several elementary school kids are huddling around two large TV screens, intently watching Sam Harris describe what happened to him during the Holocaust and how he's trying to prevent it from happening again to...
  • Hereford parents and students protest school schedules

    Hereford parents and students protest school schedules
    Hereford High School parents and students packed the Baltimore County school board meeting Tuesday night to protest the change in high school schedules. Carrying signs that said "No Voice, No Choice," the students said they didn't want to change their...
  • Digital classrooms [Editorial]

    Digital classrooms  [Editorial]
    Baltimore County schools are set to move ahead with a five-year, $150 million plan to put a laptop or tablet computer in the hands of every student, even though the effectiveness of such devices as learning tools is far from proven. School officials say...