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How to create an Instagram for a school project

“I just really don’t know how to do it,” he said.“I have a lot of ideas about how I would do it.But at the end of the day, it’s just me.”Takani’s project was born from a combination of two things: how to find talent in the entertainment industry, and how to put it to use

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How to choose a poly highschool

NEW YORK — As a sophomore at Tottenville High School in New York, Eric “Eve” Bogaerts had a crush on the student body’s new coach.So she decided to take her passion for high school to the next level, signing with an All-American team.Bogaert, a member of the All-Star team, has been coaching girls high school

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Tech company makes a $250 million bet on high school graduation

Tech company Tsinghua University is betting big on the future of high school graduates by buying the futures of more than 100 high school students.The university will pay more than $250m to buy the futures for more than 20,000 high school seniors, according to an announcement by the university Wednesday.Tsinghu’s $2.5bn bet, which is worth

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How to deal with a bully at your high school

TOTTENVILLE, Tenn.— A high school student at a Tennessee high school has been suspended after an argument between two classmates erupted into a brawl.The incident happened on the third day of school on Monday.The fight broke out between a seventh-grader and another student at Tottenville High School in Nashville, according to the school district.The eighth-graders,

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How to Make a New Year’s Respite from School

The best time of year to take a break from school can be a good time to make a new one.If you’ve got kids in the house, or you don’t want to be late, then you can spend some time with them in the privacy of your own home.But what if you’re not able to?How

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How to avoid the ‘totally creepy’ students in your class

On this episode of RTE’s Today show, host Stephen Donnelly looks at the latest news from around the world.First, he reports on the recent school shooting in Turkey.Second, he looks at a new study suggesting that students at schools with “totally scary” pupils are more likely to be bullied and to be placed on isolation