High School Education

High School Dropout Who Rolled Beedis For A Living Is Now A US Judge

Surendran K Pattel, an Indian American hailing from Kasargod in Kerala took oath as the district court judge of the Texas Fort Bend County, USA. Surendran beat Republican candidate Edward Krenek in the elections held on November 8, 2022. Surendran hails from a humble background in Kerala. His parents were manual laborers and Surendran himself […]

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Indiana’s and St. Joseph County’s high school graduation rate sees a slight drop

Indiana’s high school graduation rate for 2022 dipped slightly and most demographics’ rates remained stagnant, but fewer Indiana students needed a waiver to graduate compared to last year. The Indiana Department of Education released its 2022 high school graduation rates Friday, which showed this year’s state rate dipping slightly to 86.61% compared to last year’s

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Court rules on allegation that Seabreeze High School excluded a student with Down syndrome

Lance Avery plays the drums for mom Anni Suadi and friend Rilea Jackson, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022. A judge sided with Volusia County Schools regarding a complaint filed by an Ormond Beach parent alleging the district and Seabreeze High School unfairly excluded her son, who has Down syndrome, and denied his electives. The final order

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Liar-Elect George Santos’ List of Dubious Claims Is STILL Growing

George Santos campaign/Handout via REUTERS The perplexing series of alleged lies from George Santos, the Republican congressman-elect from Long Island under investigation by county, state and federal prosecutors, have continued to roll in this week—with each “embellishment” as shocking as the last. Among the new claims under scrutiny in the last 24 hours: Santos’ high

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‘He left an imprint.’ Mike Woodson back at Broad Ripple to honor the man who got him started.

Mike Woodson could not remember exactly how long it had been since he had returned home to Broad Ripple High School. But the man who helped him become a man was the reason he returned Tuesday afternoon. Before Woodson, 64, was the Big Ten Conference player of the year at Indiana, played 11 seasons in

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Dayton high schools say athlete study table experiment helping

But some high schools said they were still looking for other teachers and counselors to help oversee the study tables. Pointz Career Technology Center principal Heather Davis said the school was struggling to find a qualified math teacher to help with study tables, as most of their math teachers were currently long-term substitutes and many

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