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Amplify, the education division of Rupert Murdoch’s company, is in an “advanced stage of negotiations” with a potential buyer.
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The University of Minnesota will begin an outside investigation of its athletic department and its former director, Norwood Teague, who resigned because of sexual harassment complaints, a school official said.
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Many questions and answers from this year’s third- through eighth-grade tests were publicly released to show parents the kind of work their children were expected to do.
The plaintiffs had claimed that janitors and educators repeatedly abused a 6-year-old boy at a prestigious private school popular with expatriates.
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