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His family home now has an oversized homemade silver medal hanging by the door, and schoolkids gathered at an ice palace for a watch party during the team relay.
When the snow melts, these STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) schoolkids will construct their outdoor classroom in the park.
Here’s a sampling of 10 questions from textbooks used by Kansas schoolkids around 100 years ago.
One 2013 study of 12,000 Nebraska schoolkids, published in the Journal of Pediatrics, found a strong correlation between a child’s physical fitness and higher achievement scores.
Linebacker Jabaal Sheard, who knelt in Week 3 and recently started a non-profit geared toward helping inner-city schoolkids, is putting actions behind his words.
New York’s universal free-lunch boondoggle is only the latest example of the federal government’s misguided efforts to feed schoolkids over the years.
Accusing Sacramento’s political power barons of neglecting California schoolkids, former state schools chief Delaine Eastin jumped into the 2018 governor’s race in the fall vowing to shove the issue of education to the forefront of the campaign.
And 170 schoolkids get to come in for rehearsal and get to work with Steve.
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