Parents Apologize After Students Arrested In Alleged Mass-Shooting Plot

Parents Apologize After Students Arrested In Alleged Mass-Shooting Plot

By Joseph Serna and Veronica Rocha, Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES -- The parents of two South Pasadena teens charged with plotting a mass shooting at their school apologized Wedne ...

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National Education Poll Shows Opposition To Standards, Support For Charters

National Education Poll Shows Opposition To Standards, Support For Charters

By Theresa Harrington, Contra Costa Times Results of a national poll released Wednesday show that many Americans are opposed to the newly implemented Common Core standards, althou ...

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Teens Were Plotting To Kill ‘As Many Students As Possible,’ Police Say

Teens Were Plotting To Kill ‘As Many Students As Possible,’ Police Say

Los Angeles Times SOUTH PASADENA, Calif. -- South Pasadena police are crediting vigilant school officials for helping to foil a mass-shooting plot allegedly planned by two student ...

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U.S. Schools Plagued By Inequality Along Racial Lines, Study Finds

U.S. Schools Plagued By Inequality Along Racial Lines, Study Finds

By Lalita Clozel, Tribune Washington Bureau WASHINGTON -- Two-fifths of the nation's public school districts offer no preschool programs, and most of those that do offer only part ...

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A Pointed Comment On Guns

A Pointed Comment On Guns

A few words about Nathan Entingh's hand gun. Meaning, you should understand, not a gun you hold in your hand, but rather, the hand itself, thumb cocked and index finger extended t ...

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States Lag In Educating Students About Personal Finance

States Lag In Educating Students About Personal Finance

By Pamela M. Prah, Stateline.org Students paid attention when Mark Ingram, former Alabama Crimson Tide star and current running back for the New Orleans Saints, showed up at Caler ...

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