CLAT to roll back to offline mode from 2019
In view of technical glitches experienced in the last few years in conducting online Common Law Admission Test(CLAT) exam, Nalsar announced that 2019 onwards students will appear for the exam in the paper-pen mode. The online test will be reconsidered if CLAT applications increase drastically or if CLAT is made the only exam to get admission to law colleges.
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Teacher who revealed details about Trump aide's childhood returns to classroom
A veteran teacher who was pulled from the classroom after she described the childhood oddities of Trump aide Stephen Miller has returned to her classroom at Franklin Elementary in Santa Monica. Nikki Fiske, 72, had been placed on “home assignment” while school district officials determined whether...
Q. & A.: Suzanne Collins Talks About ‘The Hunger Games,’ the Books and the Movies
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the first book in the trilogy, here is an excerpt from an interview between the publisher and the author.
BYUSA PEN talks giving a voice to minority groups
A catalyst to a new culture of acceptance and communication on BYU campus began Thursday night Oct. 18 in the Wilkinson Center at the first of a series of PEN talks hosted by BYU Student Association. The post BYUSA PEN talks giving a voice to minority groups appeared first on The Daily Universe .
At Harvard Trial, Testy Exchanges Over Student Applications
Admissions officials defended their process in the fourth day of a trial in which the university has been accused of discriminating against Asian-American applicants.
What Factors Hold Back the Careers of Women and Faculty of Color? Columbia U. Went Looking for Answers
San Francisco startup wants to help Bellevue teachers buy their first home
A startup company, founded by a former Bellevue student, would split the cost of a down payment for teachers and other school staff — provided they agree to share a quarter of any profits made on the sale of the property in the future.
Seattle’s preschool program, on the ballot for expansion, is steadily improving, according to external evaluation
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