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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Central High School
There is one Graham High School now, but it is not the first one, and for a time there was more than one school going by the name.
Don't mess with his calendar.
A cash-strapped central Indiana school district that's already struggling with how to get students to school faces a new financial hurdle: $10 million in needed repairs.
State officials have approved a $130.5 million construction project for a new school that would replace Trenton's 82-year-old Central High School.
State officials are recommending replacing Trenton's 82-year-old Central High School.
Gov. Tom Corbett ditched his first scheduled visit to a district-run public school in Philadelphia, where dozens of demonstrators had gathered Friday to protest his education policies and rally for more funding.
Five decades and $1 billion after an infamous racial episode made Little Rock, Ark., a national symbol of school segregation, the legal fight to ensure that all of its children receive equal access to education is almost over.
Prince George's County police are examining video that shows a Central High School student walking to school shortly before he was gunned down and don't believe anything was taken from him in the fatal attack, officials said.
A Capitol Heights teenager was gunned down Tuesday as he walked to school, turning what would have been a week of back-to-school traditions into tearful mourning for a young man classmates remember as always smiling.