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Texting language seeps into academic work

Texting language seeps into academic work

TEMP ORARY March 29, 2012 0

In coming years, students in Pennsylvania may be seeing tougher standards that will combat a declining quality in academic language use. According to an Associated Press release, press secretary Timothy Eller of the Pennsylvania

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Donated resource centers link schools, parents

Donated resource centers link schools, parents

TEMP ORARY February 9, 2012 0

On Jan. 27, Comcast Harrisburg donated 20 used computers to the Harrisburg School District in order to help the district establish Parent Information Resource Centers (PIRC). The PIRC program was formed between Comcast Harrisburg

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School districts face extensive funding decreases

School districts face extensive funding decreases

TEMP ORARY February 2, 2012 0

Still financially and structurally reeling from last year’s state education budget cuts, public school districts across Pennsylvania are preparing for the revealing of Governor Corbett’s new state budget in two weeks. Corbett’s budget last

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Child obesity rates increase, schools slow to react

Child obesity rates increase, schools slow to react

TEMP ORARY December 9, 2011 1

Recent studies published by the National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) have provided a new statistical insight into the growing number of American children and early adolescents who are overweight or obese. To date,

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