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Hundreds of students protesting a planned 6 percent tuition increase tried to force their way into the Parliament building during a speech by the finance minister.
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Offerings on a range of subjects could expose millions of overseas students to Chinese culture, if worries about academic freedom, quality and propaganda can be overcome.
The results from the 2014-2015 school year show that there is “still much work to be done,” the state education commissioner said.
Ahmed, 14, who was detained after he took to his school a clock, which a teacher feared was a bomb, has won a full scholarship to a science program in Doha.
A romantic triangle and the dean’s resignation from the Graduate School of Business stir up old and new charges in Silicon Valley about abuses of power.
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She told the family of a severely disabled man that she could help him to communicate with the outside world. The relationship that followed would lead to a criminal trial.
New York State students who come within three points of passing a Regents exam can appeal in certain cases. That option isn’t available to some disabled students, and a Brooklyn woman is trying to change that.
While California passed a ban on concealed weapons at schools, other states considered bills to ease restrictions on concealed firearms on campus.
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English Language Learners practice their mastery of using context clues and summarizing in this post about Republican presidential candidates’ views on immigration.