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Young lives blighted by a lack of support

Your editorial (A less confrontational and better funded system for vulnerable pupils is needed, 28 October) was admirably understated. Its arrival on our breakfast table coincided with our grocery delivery, brought in by a cheerful young man whose job as a teacher and specialist in behavioural problems at a school …

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Can a Debt Collector Collect After 10 Years?

Hello, Reader! Thanks for checking out Credit.com. We hope you find the site and the journalism we produce useful. We wanted to take some time to tell you a bit about ourselves. Our People The Credit.com editorial team is staffed by a team of editors and reporters, each with many …

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It’s important to indulge your parents if you can

Posted By Editorial Board on Oct 23, 2019 This week’s Voice is for you, seniors. We’re over halfway through the first half of our senior year. For some of you, graduation may only be a short seven weeks away. File photo This whole week, Seton Hall is hosting photographers on …

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Montana Editorial Roundup

By The Associated Press The Billings Gazette, Oct. 9, on parents staying connected with children‘s schools ahead of standardized testing: Twice a year, virtually every student in grades 3-8 in Montana public schools takes the Smarter Balanced test, a standardized exam that fulfills a requirement of federal law. Standardized testing …

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EDITORIAL: Mental health days may help kids, parents

“I can’t imagine pain worse than this. I had no idea and we didn’t see it coming at all, no clue, just totally blindsided. ,,, Because she lied to get her absences excused, we didn’t get to have those mental health conversations that could have saved her life.” — Roxanne …

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Editorial: Alarm bell at the nursing home

New York ne to rethink its mandated reporter laws. The law, as it exists, applies to certain professionals who suspect child abuse but, as a recent sexual assault practically screams, it also should cover another type of helpless New Yorker: the frail elderly. Workers at the Gowanda Rehabilitation and Nursing …

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The mess at G/O Media

In early April, Great Hill Partners, a private-equity firm, acquired Gizmodo Media Group—a collection of sites, formed from the assets of the old Gawker, that included Jezebel, Lifehacker, and Deadspin—as well as The Onion, a satirical news site, reportedly at a fire-sale price. The company, renamed G/O Media, installed Jim …

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