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Most Ky. Student Proficient or Distinguished in Reading

Posted: 10/02/2007 - Most of the students who took the reading portion of government-mandated achievement tests in April scored either "proficient" or "distinguished." That's good news in a state that's on a push to improve its academic standings.

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Univ. of Memphis Athlete Shot and Killed

Posted: 10/01/2007 - Authorities say a University of Memphis football player was fatally shot overnight on campus. Officials say the victim was 21-year-old Taylor Bradford.

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School Says "No Child Left Behind" Should be Revised

Updated: 09/27/2007 - President Bush pushes for the renewal of the "No Child Left Behind Act." The president says numbers prove the measure is working. We spoke with one local school that disagrees.

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Hospital Releases Auburn Student Who Suffered from E.coli

Updated: 09/24/2007 - One of two Auburn Elementary students battling E.coli has been released from the hospital. Officials with Vanderbilt Children's Hospital say one of the girls was released on Sept. 18 and the other one remains in stable condition.

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Becoming All Pro Dads

Updated: 09/21/2007 - Facilitating good father-child relationships is a priority for any family. But good parenting doesn't happen overnight. A Simpson County school is incorporating a program to turn ordinary dads into All Pro Dads.

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Public Universities Set Record for Awarding Degrees

Posted: 09/17/2007 - State officials say 43,902 degrees and credentials were issued during the 2006-2007 school year. The Kentucky Community and Technical College System accounted for more than half of what was awarded.

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WKU Steps Up Fundraising Efforts

Updated: 09/17/2007 - Western Kentucky University has its eyes on the future. The university hopes a new $200-million campaign will make WKU a leading American university with international reach by the year 2012.

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Driver's Safety Fair

Posted: 09/14/2007 - Young drivers are always reminded to buckle-up, but some Warren East High School students are seeing firsthand what can happen if they don't!

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Most Ky. Children Above Federal Guidelines

Updated: 09/12/2007 - The majority of children in Kentucky's public schools perform above federal guidelines. A report from the Kentucky Department of Education says 75-percent of public schools met the requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act.

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Backpacks Hurt Backs

Updated: 08/30/2007 - Heavy backpacks are becoming more than just a burden, in some cases, they can cause major problems for our children.

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Teachers Trade Places

Posted: 08/30/2007 - The school year has barely gotten started and already an area school is mixing things up.

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Students Head Back to the Hill

Updated: 08/26/2007 - The Hill will once again be alive again as classes at Western Kentucky University begin.

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WKU Makes Big Announcement

Updated: 08/17/2007 - Western Kentucky University said it will make history on Aug. 17, 2007.

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Heat Causes School to Cancel Class

Posted: 08/16/2007 - Officials in McCreary County say a unique situation led them to shut down schools for the rest of the week.

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ACT Scores Up Slightly From 2006

Updated: 08/15/2007 - State education officials say scores on the American College Test or "ACT" improved slightly for high school seniors who start college this fall.

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Greenwood High Named Model School

Posted: 08/13/2007 - Greenwood High School has just been named one of the top 23 model schools in the country by the International Center for Leadership in Education.

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Students Get Needed Supplies

Updated: 08/13/2007 - Thousands of dollars worth of school supplies will soon be in the hands of students who need them.

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Keeping Kids Safe

Updated: 08/06/2007 - As area students head back to schools Kentucky State Police are reminding parents of a few tips to keep their kids safe.

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Back to School Bash Gets Kids Ready for School

Updated: 08/05/2007 - Some kids may not have been too excited for the school year to already begin, but one thing many kids seemed to be enjoying was an event that came with it.

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