‘Yesterday terrified me’: Parents at Garinger High School call for tougher safety measures, urge students to consider consequences of school violence

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (WBTV) – Students at Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools are in their second full month back in class and since then police have responded to several fights and several weapons have been found on campus. During the first three days of school, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department responded to multiple fighting …

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4 injured in Arlington, Texas

Four people were injured in a Texas high school shooting Wednesday, and three were taken to hospital, police said. The shooting took place in Arlington, on the second floor of Timberview High School, said Kevin Kolbye, Arlington’s deputy police chief. Officers received calls from a shooting around 9:15 a.m. and …

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Affirm Stock signs deal with Target ahead of holiday shopping

A customer leaves a Target store in New York City, August 15, 2021. Scott Mlyn | CNBC Affirm shares jumped 15% on Wednesday after retail chain Target began offering customers the online lender’s installment loan service for purchases over $ 100. Target stated in a blog post that he’s teaming …

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Key academic role for a Rathwire student

Aoife Ryan. Posted: Wed Oct 6, 2021, 9:21 AM Last update: Wed, Oct 6, 2021, 10:02 AM A student from Rathwire has been appointed to a key post at St Patrick’s Pontifical University, Maynooth. Following a university-wide recruitment process, Aoife Ryan has been appointed as a student ambassador at the …

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School Choice Programs Among Voting Initiatives Filed For California Election 2022 | California

(The Center Square) – With 13 months of the November 2022 election, numerous voting initiatives have already been filed with the California Secretary of State’s office. The ballot already includes measures initiated by citizens related to the legalization of sports betting on Native American lands, changes to medical malpractice lawsuits, …

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What to do when a lender stops offering lines of credit

LOS ANGELES – October 5, 2021 – (Newswire.com) iQuanti: Lines of credit provide an easy and flexible way to access funds, so it can be inconvenient and unexpected when your lender stops offering these loans. This can be because the lender changed their policies or chose to offer different loans …

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Bay Area News Group Top 25, week 7

The regular season is halfway through, but where it will be, November is still up for debate. In our latest Bay Area News Group Top 25, the top five teams stay the same. After that there was a slight reshuffle after Bellarmine lost 41-7 to top Serra on Saturday. The …

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5 credit score factors and how to improve them

LOS ANGELES – October 5, 2021 – (Newswire.com) iQuanti: Your credit score is an important number that can help you determine if you qualify for loans and credit cards. Having a high credit score means you’re more likely to get lower interest rates and better loan terms. If your credit …

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Public urges Center to cut fuel prices, Auto News, ET Auto

Commuters in the nation’s capital have expressed apprehension about using public transportation amid the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving them with no choice but to travel in their own vehicle. As gasoline and diesel prices rose in various cities on Tuesday, including the country’s subways, residents in various parts of the country …

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16-year-old Richardson Berkner HS student and RISD teacher die of complications from COVID-19

This is a developing story and will be updated frequently. A Richardson ISD student and staff member died of complications from COVID-19, officials said Monday. Sha’Niyah “Nienie” McGee, a junior at Berkner High School, and Eroletta Piasczyk – a teacher at Christa McAuliffe Learning Center, the district’s alternative disciplinary school …

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Buy now, pay later loans put pressure on traditional consumer finance

Posted: October 4, 2021 at 5:36 p.m. EDT|Update: 2 hours ago ROCKVILLE, Maryland., October 4, 2021 / PRNewswire / – For finance companies and traditional banks, Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) or Point-of-Sale Install Loan (POSIL) financing requires adopting a next-generation mindset by innovation. Competition with fintechs for installment loan …

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Brawl breaks out at Northwest High Homecoming football game

JACKSON COUNTY, MI – A brawl broke out between students during Friday night’s Homecoming football game at Northwest High School, according to a message from the district to parents. In the Oct. 1 contest against Marshall High School, an “additional police presence” was required after an altercation between students, Northwest …

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Yes, you can buy fashion now, pay later. But should you?

Go away. Credit card. Installment loans. We have adopted “buy now, pay later” practices for decades. The latest model actually bears the title. Dubbed the hottest thing in fintech, start-ups like Affirm Holdings Inc., Klarna, Afterpay Ltd, and even well-known names like PayPal Holdings Inc. are giving customers the option …

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Rockford High School Football Week 6 Takeaways

Illinois high school football season continued on Friday and here are some key highlights from the sixth week of games: Hononegah has a devastating pass rush Hono faced Belvidere North quarterback Mason Weckler for a loss seven times in his 14-9 win on Friday. This is nothing new: Hono has …

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Northeast Florida Week 6 Live Scores

The halfway point is here. Follow Jacksonville and Northeast Florida’s Week 6 scores as the area’s high school football teams head to the grill to score the midpoint for the 2021 FHSAA season. The Times-Union will track the scores of more than 20 Week 6 games in the Northeast Florida …

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WesBanco’s (WSBC) neutral rating reaffirmed at Boenning Scattergood

WesBanco (NASDAQ: WSBC)Boenning Scattergood’s stock reissued its “neutral” rating in a report released on Wednesday, Zacks.com reports. Boenning Scattergood also released estimates for WesBanco Q3 2021 earnings at $ 0.75 EPS, Q4 2021 earnings at $ 0.70 EPS, FY2021 earnings at $ 3.48 EPS, and FY2022 earnings at 2.47. $ …

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Fintech Upgrade to launch buy now, pay later for the product

Upgrade CEO Renaud Laplanche speaks at a conference in Brooklyn, New York, in 2018. Alex Flynn | Bloomberg via Getty Images US fintech startup Upgrade is poised to enter the increasingly crowded buy now, pay later market. Upgrade, which was founded by former LendingClub boss Renaud Laplanche in 2016, is …

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Southwest Missouri Game Schedules, Predictions

Week 6 of the high school football season has arrived and it could be the most important week yet. Week six of the high school football season features potential conference championships and high-profile rivalries. This column contains an overview of key games from the Ozark Conference and the Big 8 …

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Grove City Welcomes High School Marching Bands | New

GROVE CITY – The Grove City College Music Department is hosting the 2021 GCC Marching Band Invitational at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Robert E. Thorn Field on campus. The invitation provides a showcase for six high school marching bands and the college Wolverine marching band. About 500 high school musicians …

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Student petition for Ashland High School to demand vaccines

The students are Ashland High School Student Body Co-Chairs Luke Seely and Josh Datz. Datz says their vaccine mandate proposal was informed by examples from other school districts. “We really took inspiration from the decision made by the LA Unified School District,” says Datz. “And their decision was that they …

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Why campuses want mobile IDs

Such credentials can help break down silos, improve access control system efficiency, reduce costs and more. Sep 29, 2021Ed. Note: This article was previously published on Campus security after its original publication by Sales and security integration. Many schools are currently looking to modernize their student identification programs and incorporate …

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Mortgage Lawyer Relaunches New Website With 38-Page Home Loan Guide

DUBOIS, PA, September 29, 2021 / 24-7PressRelease / – The Mortgage Lawyer has relaunched their new website with a step-by-step guide for potential homeowners looking for advice on choosing the right home loan, loan modifications , easy online foreclosures and loans. As is evident, online loans have become a new …

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All candidates declared successful

Islamabad: The Federal Council for Middle and Secondary Education (FBISE) announced on Monday the results of the annual exams for the Upper Secondary School Certificate (HSSC-II) with boys and girls sharing the top three positions in some groups . All the candidates who passed the exams were declared successful. According …

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Pick up STEAM at Corvallis Schools | Local News

Melanie Auch, a science teacher at Corvallis College, helps a student with one of the microscopes purchased as part of the Corvallis Schools Foundation special project in 2019. Younger children learn electrical circuits at Corvallis Primary School as part of a hands-on science course in the neighborhood. Corvallis students engaged …

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation: Universities and Schools Must Recognize How Colonial Education Reproduced Anti-Indigenous Racism

Reconciliation in education begins with the recognition of how education systems – particularly our universities, teacher education programs, and curricula – have reproduced systemic anti-Indigenous racism across Canada. As September 30 approaches, many schools and universities will be talking about observing the new National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. Many …

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Native Americans Strike Back Against Tribal Lenders

Native Americans are taking a stand on behalf of tribal lenders amid an attack by special interest organizations attempting to bankrupt local businesses serving an often overlooked community. A Native American advocacy group says opponents of tribal loans are promoting a “false and often racist narrative.” For years, the National …

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Fighting Democrats’ Spending Has Big Stakes For Their Candidates

WASHINGTON – With President Biden’s approval ratings falling below 50% after the most difficult period of his young administration, advancing his ambitious legislative agenda has taken on new urgency for Democratic lawmakers. Recognizing that a president’s popularity is the best indicator of how his party will fare in the midterm …

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Parkway Central High School student admits to writing racist messages in the bathroom | Education

“We are tired, we are angry, we need a change,” said sophomore Shayneisha Allen, speaking to Parkway Central High School principal Tim McCarthy Parkway School, during a protest outside the district administrative office demanding the change and administration responsibility on Thursday, September 7. On December 23, 2021, after messages of …

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Friday sports results in the Appleton region

FIND THE UPDATES SOCCER APPLETON NORD 45, APPLETON EAST 9 APPLETON – The Lightning offense woke up in the second half to 38 points in the third quarter en route to a victory over the Patriots. FOLLOWING:Here are the results and schedule of high school football for week 6 Matthew …

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Update on Private Student Loans: Circuit Two Finds Section 523 “Education Benefits” Category Does Not Apply to Private Student Loans – Insolvency / Bankruptcy / Restructuring

United States: Private Student Loans Update: Circuit Two Finds Section 523 “Education Benefits” Category Does Not Apply to Private Student Loans September 24, 2021 Arnold & Porter To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit recently ruled in …

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