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Woman Stole Daughter’s Identity to Get Loans and Attend College, U.S. Says
Laura Oglesby, 48, of Missouri, who pleaded guilty to intentionally providing false information to the Social Security Administration, lived as someone nearly half her age, the authorities said.
Supreme Court Seems Wary of Ban on State Aid to Religious Schools
The case, concerning a tuition program in Maine, seemed likely to extend a winning streak at the court for parents seeking public funds for religious education.
Soy maestra y me pregunto si mis alumnos podrán ir un día a la escuela sin temor a un tiroteo
Después de 20 años de enseñar, no tengo claro cómo se supone que los maestros continuemos dando clases cuando se nos pide ser mucho más.
Do Active Shooter Drills Work?
They may harm the mental health of students, while doing little to prevent mass shootings.
Schools Are Closing Classrooms on Fridays. Parents Are Furious.
Desperate to keep teachers, some districts have turned to remote teaching for one day a week — and sometimes more. Families have been left scrambling to find child care.
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School District Investigates Claims of Longtime Sexual Misconduct by Teachers
Six teachers from Babylon High School have been placed on leave as the investigation continues and alumnae come forward with claims.
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