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Topic - Education
Even though they haven't graduated from high school yet, twin sisters Samantha and Mackenzie Reynolds have a year of college under their belts.
Burdge Elementary School Principal Joe Vrydaghs said that as a child, he dreamed of becoming like The Incredible Hulk.
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.
The Oxford School District's traditional school colors of blue and gold are facing some stiff competition by the color green now that the district is becoming synonymous with healthy food choices, sustainability efforts and energy efficiency.
The superintendent of Peach County schools plans to retire.
A transitional home in Maine for women and children who are homeless is getting a boost from the state.
A state review team will soon visit a Cleveland-area school district to see how well it's addressed academic performance problems and gotten back on track.
It's a challenge tackled by engineers in the space program: Design a garment that can withstand a certain level of heat.
Four decades of teaching will end May 24 when Ruth Folkestad dismisses her last class from Trenton High School just outside Williston.
How large a role should the federal government have in educating American children? It's a politically sensitive question dividing the Republicans in Mississippi's U.S. Senate race this year.
Kentucky residents will get a chance to review state academic standards and suggest changes later this year.
A team of University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers is examining part of a 110-year-old sod house.
The northwest Alaska village of Deering may be tiny - with just 130 residents - but its school mascot is in the running for a national championship of nicknames.
The University of Rhode Island's plan to arm campus police is drawing mixed reviews from students and faculty, with some saying it's long overdue at the nation's only public university where campus police do not carry firearms and others who fear it will lead to more violence.
Jenni Small has good reason for avoiding 8 a.m. world literature classes at Dalton State College in northern Georgia. The 23-year-old works night shifts as an operator for carpet manufacturer Shaw while finishing her bachelor's degree in mathematics.