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    Lesbian Student Sues School District Over Rejected Tux Photo

    Lesbian Student Sues School District Over Rejected Tux Photo
    JACKSON, Miss. — Another teenage lesbian is suing a Mississippi school district, this time over a policy banning females from wearing tuxedos in yearbook portraits. Ceara (SEE-ayr-uh) Sturgis' dispute with the Copiah (kuh-PY-uh) County School District started in 2009, before another lesbian student in another Mississippi school district fought to wear a tuxedo to prom and bring a same-sex date. The ...
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    How the American School System Can Train Kids for High-Tech Jobs

    How the American School System Can Train Kids for High-Tech Jobs
    In May of 2010, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported an estimated 2.6 million jobs were unfilled. In the heart of the worst American recession in decades, with unemployment rates hovering at nine percent, there were over two million unfilled jobs. Why the contradiction? Many of these unfilled positions were in industries such as healthcare, aerospace, advanced precision manufacturing, scientific ...
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    Why Colleges Should Tell Students About Job Prospects Before They Commit

    Why Colleges Should Tell Students About Job Prospects Before They Commit
    Recent college grads still looking for full-time employment—or faced with the prospect of moving back home to live with mom and dad—are probably cursing their English and philosophy degrees. But while they're sending out resumes and getting rejected, in May there were 2.6 million unfilled jobs. The problem is that many of those positions are in science and tech—fields that most ...