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Should Schools Treat Misbehaving Kids Like Criminals?

Texas has a reputation for being tough on criminals.  It's known around the world for having the busiest "Death Row" in the United States.  Now, for better or worse, Texas is also known for treating young school children like criminals.

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More South Dakota Schools Go to 4-Day Week to Cut Costs

The "four day week" is a growing trend in many school districts in a number of states around the country.  Several small school districts in South Dakota are the latest to shorten the school week to save money.

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Perfectly Preserved Baby Mammoth Found in Arctic Ice in Siberia

A man herding reindeer in Russia's Arctic region found the perfectly-preserved, 40,000-year-old body of a baby woolly mammoth.

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Abe Martin Stadium Repairs Up for Bids

The Lufkin School Board has voted to seek competitive bids on some much-needed repairs and modifications at Abe Martin Stadium.

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Baylor Among the Top Ten Religious Schools

Parents looking for the best college to send their kids -- one that's close to home -- will be interested to know that Baylor University, the country’s largest Baptist college, has once again been listed 10th on the Princeton Review’s ranking of the most religious schools.

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Galveston Flight Museum Moving to Houston

The Lone Star Flight Museum, a popular tourist attraction in Galveston for 23 years, is all set to move inland to a new and safer home at Houston’s Ellington International Airport.

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Law School Grads Sue Over Lack of Jobs

What do brand new lawyers do when they can't get that six figure job they say they were promised?  They sue the law school, of course.

Graduates of New York Law School have filed a class-action lawsuit against their alma mater, claiming they were duped into enrolling with false promises of high-paying legal jobs.

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Obama Waives National Test Requirements – Too Many Kids Failing

State and local education officials have been begging the federal government for relief from student testing mandates in the federal No Child Left Behind law, and Education Secretary Arne Duncan has heard their cry, with a waiver system that will give schools and states a break.

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