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Ohio Shootings the Latest in Deadly Month for Nation's Schools

This month alone, at least four shootings of students have occurred in schools across the country, including Monday's deadly attack outside Cleveland, Ohio.

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Shooter ID'd in Ohio High School Fatal Shooting; Four Students Injured

One student is dead and four more are wounded following a Monday morning shooting at Chardon High School, officials have said.

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Minnesota School District Ends Policy Blamed for Anti-Gay Bullying

After nine suicides, a federal lawsuit, and the glare of the media spotlight, Minnesota’s Anoka-Hennepin school district has at last rid itself of the policy that helped create a virulently anti-gay environment in its schools.

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The Importance of the Fourth R—Relationships

Relationships are reciprocal. The more we put into them the more we get back.

The Case for Integrated AV

Michael Peveler, of AMX, has been part of the A/V industry and the transition toward a networking type technology over the course of 13 years.
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Alabama's Former Teacher of the Year Arrested on Sex Abuse Charges

A former Teacher of the Year at an Alabama elementary school admitted to molesting over 21 girls during his 25-year career, police said on Thursday.

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Court Sets Hearing in MIssissippi School Case

The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments Jan. 18 in New Orleans in a lawsuit that claims a 9-year-old girl was checked out of a south Mississippi school six times by an unauthorized man who then raped her.

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Philadelphia Mayor Focuses on Schools, Gun Violence in Inaugural Address

In his inaugural address Monday, Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter promised to focus on making neighborhoods safer and schools better in his second term.

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Philadelphia Controller: Eight Empty Schools Threaten Security

Eight vacant schools where investigators found evidence of drug use and vandalism pose a threat to public safety, and at least one should be demolished immediately because of severe structural issues, city Controller Alan Butkovitz said Tuesday.

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Dover (Ark.) School District Hosts Open House for Elementary Safe Room

Residents and students in the Dover, Arkansas area now have two more safe havens in the case of severe weather. 

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