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Topic - University School
University School is an all-boys school located near the city of Cleveland, Ohio. The school has two campuses, the Lower School in Shaker Heights, which serves grades K through 8, and the Upper School in Hunting Valley, for grades 9 through 12. The school is commonly referred to as US, and its main focus is as a preparatory academy. University School is a founding member of the Cleveland Council of Independent Schools. - Source: Wikipedia
Junior Andrew Fleming had 26 points to lead Ensworth past Memphis University School 57-46 Saturday for a record-tying fourth straight Tennessee Division II Class AA boys state championship.
Educators are again fighting watered-down requirements for Indiana teachers that were pushed through by officials after opponent Glenda Ritz was elected superintendent of public instruction.
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In a finding researchers are still trying to understand, autism rates in British children appear to have plateaued in the past decade, according to a new study released Wednesday.
Behind the controversial Texas abortion statute passed last week is a scientific dispute about the development of the human fetus, as some argue that the fetus perceives pain as early as 20 weeks, while others choose a much later point.
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Doctors have recommended that Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira have surgery on his right wrist, which likely would end his season.
Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira will have season-ending surgery on his right wrist.
As Congress takes up immigration reform, the last major amnesty in 1986 hangs heavily over the debate — a lesson for both sides in the perils of failing on border and employment security, even as they move for another round of legalization.
The Supreme Court is expected this month to announce rulings on two key voting rights cases that could reshape how Americans nationwide cast ballots in federal elections.
Lois Lerner, the Internal Revenue Service head who's under fire for agents who unfairly targeted conservative nonprofits for additional scrutiny, will nonetheless be recognized as an exceptional public servant with an award at Western New England University School of Law.
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