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B/R CFB 250: Top 24 Wide Receivers in College Football

B/R CFB 250: Top 24 Wide Receivers in College Football
Editor's note: This is the second installment in Bleacher Report's CFB 250 for the 2013 season. This signature series runs through December, with National College Football Lead Writer Michael Felder ranking the best players at every position. You can …
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NYC college freshman dies on fraternity trip
BRODHEADSVILLE, Pa. (AP) — Police are investigating the death of a 19-year-old college student from New York City who was in Pennsylvania with fraternity members. The Pocono Record reports Tuesday that 19-year-old Chen "Michael" Deng was …
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NYC college freshman dies during a Pennsylvania fraternity ritual
BRODHEADSVILLE, Pa. – Police in Pennsylvania are investigating the death of a New York City college student during a fraternity ritual. The Pocono Record reports that 19-year-old Chen "Michael" Deng was brought to a Wilkes-Barre hospital early Sunday …
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Campus officer shoots, kills Texas college student after chase

Campus officer shoots, kills Texas college student after chase
A Texas campus police officer shot and killed an honors student after a high-speed chase because the student stole his baton and began attacking him with it, the college said Monday. The student — whom the University of the Incarnate Word referred to …
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College bowl pools: Printable schedules, confidence picks
The college football "confidence pool" is gathering momentum as an annual rite of bowl season for both diehard and casual fans, and the crew from Eye on College Football will be among the participants in this year's competition. If you're not familiar …
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The Craziest Tradition in College Football Is OSU's Mirror Lake Jump
The craziest tradition in college football witnessed this fall had to be the Mirror Lake Jump at Ohio State University. The tradition has been going on since 1990, where students from all across campus descend upon the on-campus lake just to jump in …
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How 'flipped classrooms' are turning the traditional school day upside down

How 'flipped classrooms' are turning the traditional school day upside down
Clintondale High School outside Detroit was one of the lowest performing schools in Michigan when they decided to "flip" their classrooms. Now, teachers record their lessons online for students to watch outside of school and class time is used to work …
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NBC reporters gain access to some schools with ease, exposing security gaps
NBC reporters were able to access school buildings and walk around at several New York-area schools, two NBC investigations have found, raising questions about school security as the anniversary of the massacre in Newtown, Conn. approaches.
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Lawmakers call for investigation into education commissioner – KCTV5

Lawmakers call for investigation into education commissioner – KCTV5
"Many lawmakers who represent the Kansas City School District are concerned about Missouri Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro's collaboration with the area business community and her failure to confer with the parents, guardians and representatives …
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Letters: A champion of arts education in LA
LaMotte was someone who always said "yes" when it came to providing inspiring arts education. I will be forever grateful to her. Leah Bass-Baylis. North Hills. The writer is the principal of the Carlos Santana Arts Academy. ALSO: Letters: Kudos for a …
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Rat-Infested South Africa Schools Foil Mandela Education Dream

Rat-Infested South Africa Schools Foil Mandela Education Dream
To investors such as Templeton Emerging Markets Group Chairman Mark Mobius, who manages $ 53 billion, the concern about South Africa's poor education stems from its potential to translate into growing unrest, already common across the country. Close.
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Education Equity: Challenges and Suggestions
Equity in education has long been an ideal. It's an ideal celebrated in a variety of contexts, too. Even the Founding Fathers celebrated education as an ideal, something to which every citizen ought to be entitled. Unfortunately, though, the practice …
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Eye On Education: 'Virtual High School' Opens Doors To Students
BOSTON (CBS) — As part of a new series “Eye On Education,” WBZ-TV will be focusing on both technology and innovation in the school systems across the state. It's no secret that technology is becoming essential in the classroom. For a small charter …
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Committee harps on schedule

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Committee harps on schedule
NEW YORK — The members of the College Football Playoff selection committee begin work next season. As for this season, they'll pass on picking teams. "None of us have done any work on that," Clemson athletic director Dan Radakovich said. "We all made …
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College Basketball Caucus: The most surprising team this season?
Once a week, USA TODAY Sports asks its network of college basketball experts to analyze the biggest topics around the country. This week, the panel takes a look at the most surprisingly good teams that have gotten off to promising starts after a month …
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This is what a 64-team college football playoff bracket would look like
The College Football Playoff is a good start. But even this postseason system, which replaces the Bowl Championship Series in 2014, might have some alterations in its future. For example, Mountain West Conference commissioner Craig Thompson told USA …
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Education MBA degree at MSOE could upend educator training

Education MBA degree at MSOE could upend educator training
Levine, the former president of Teachers College at Columbia University, is a well-known critic of traditional education schools and now devotes his time to trying to improve them. He launched a teaching fellowship program now operating in five states …
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Education Department Finds Numerous Problems At Sallie Mae, Levies No Fines
The U.S. Department of Education has declined to levy any fines on student loan giant Sallie Mae despite secret determinations over the past 10 years that allege the company has harmed borrowers, incorrectly billed the department and had other …
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Education Emerging As Issue In Abbott-Davis Race
That makes it unlikely Abbott or Davis will confront education emergencies if they succeed Perry, who won't leave office with the same legacy on public schools as predecessor George W. Bush. So instead, Abbott and Davis will duel over a future vision …
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