English schools excluded 700 children for sexual misconduct in past four years

English schools excluded 700 children for sexual misconduct in past four years

Hundreds of children, including some as young as five, are being expelled or temporarily excluded from school for sexual misconduct including abuse, assault, harassment and watching pornography, according to new figures. The research reveals that pupils are being disciplined for a wide range of incidents described as sexual misconduct, including bullying and “lewd” behaviour, as well as sharing indecent images on social media. Figures obtained via a freedom of information request by the Press Association from 15 local authorities found 754 children had been expelled or temporarily excluded from school…

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36 Years of Loretta’s

36 Years of Loretta’s

As we count down the 36 days until the start of the 2017 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Loretta Lynn’s AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship, we are going to look back at each year in the history of the event. Today we look back at 2000. It’s fitting that we end our 36 day countdown to the 2017 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship with the 2000 event, which was effectively halftime between the start of the race in 1982 and what begins tomorrow. It’s been a blast counting down all…

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142 per cent rise in bad education loans in 3 years

142 per cent rise in bad education loans in 3 years

Indian banks have seen a 142 per cent rise in default by students who have taken education loans during the past few years, at a time when hiring for new jobs has slowed down and tech companies have started laying off employees. State-owned banks, which are already weighed down by huge defaults by corporates, are the worst hit as they account for over 90 per cent of educational loans. Private banks have largely stayed away from this segment. In the education segment, the total non-performing assets (NPAs), or loans on…

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DU to recruit 378 permanent teachers across departments, first major recruitment drive after 7 years

DU to recruit 378 permanent teachers across departments, first major recruitment drive after 7 years

Delhi University has finally started recruiting permanent teachers as vacancies mount up to around 4,500. For the first time in more than seven years, the university has announced it would be hiring 378 posts of permanent teachers across departments. DU teachers have been protesting against the hiring freeze for a long time. According to the TOI reports, the sources said the HRD ministry had asked DU to fill up most vacancies by the end of this year, following which the university has sought rosters from its colleges. While the current hirings…

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2017 New Year’s Resolutions For Online Class Students

2017 New Year’s Resolutions For Online Class Students

It is that time of the year once again where many individuals, professionals, families and even students are wondering how they are going to spend the next year. And it usually starts with making a list of 2017 New Year’s Resolutions. Winter break is almost over and for students, the dread or excitement, for some, of going back to college or university is nearing. The classes for next semester is something a lot of undergrads are facing but career plans and school plans are oftentimes a part of everyone’s 2017…

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THE ELECTION OVER, GALA SEASON CONTINUES, WITH SWISS INSTITUTE CELEBRATING 30 YEARS

THE ELECTION OVER, GALA SEASON CONTINUES, WITH SWISS INSTITUTE CELEBRATING 30 YEARS

On Thursday, in the basement of the Williamsburgh Savings Bank, an event space in Brooklyn where the Swiss Institute was having its annual benefit dinner and celebrating its 30th anniversary, one dealer told me that an art handler had asked him how his week had been. “That’s kind of an unconscionable question,” he said. “Jesus—how has my week been?” An artist said she had not been sober since Tuesday. A collector said he was kicking himself for giving all that money to the Hillary Clinton campaign, money down the toilet. “I could have…

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What Happens When Careers Last 20 Years Longer?

What Happens When Careers Last 20 Years Longer?

Like many of my peers, I had thought that I could gently start thinking about retirement in my mid-fifties. But as my mid-fifties arrived, and as the debate about the human lifespan rages on, I’ve been confronting a new question: what if I live to 100? For more, I looked to a book by Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott, two London Business School professors, called The 100 Year Life. Half the children born today, they say, have a 50% chance of living to 105. That’s up from only 1% a…

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I dedicated 16 years to a regeneration project and yet didn’t get director’s post

I dedicated 16 years to a regeneration project and yet didn’t get director’s post

Twice a week we publish problems that will feature in a forthcoming Dear Jeremyadvice column in the Saturday Guardian so that readers can offer their own advice and suggestions. We then print the best of your comments alongside Jeremy’s own insights. Here is the latest dilemma – what are your thoughts? I am in my mid-50s and for 16 years have poured everything into a regeneration project within a local authority. I initiated the renewal of a previously neglected cultural asset, setting the strategy, raising six-figure sums in funding, while…

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Ten years after 15-year-vintage Kiyan Prince’s homicide, his father is achieving out to schools to help cease knife crime

Ten years after 15-year-vintage Kiyan Prince’s homicide, his father is achieving out to schools to help cease knife crime

The Kiyan Prince foundation hopes to elevate cognizance about the risks of knife crime through early intervention and workshops in faculties On 18 may additionally 2006, 15-12 months-vintage Kiyan Prince changed into fatally stabbed outdoor the gates of his college in Edgware as he tried to assist a pal who became being bullied. Ten years later, Kiyan’s father, Mark Prince, is encouraging colleges to make use of all the tools at their disposal to do so against knife crime, together with a sequence of kids improvement programmes which can be…

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