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Breakthrough Miami's teaching fellows share their stories with...

When Shanava Saintolien first heard about Breakthrough Miami in her fifth-grade class, she jumped at the chance and filled out the application on her own, then told her parents that she was going. The only girl in a home with four brothers, ... Miami Herald, 19 hours ago
Chicago Tribune

Palatine fifth-grader lands recurring role in Chicago based sitcom 'FAMILY Values"

_ Jordyn Paige Bolber, age 11, and a student at Lake Louise school, has a principal recurring role (as Nikki Peterson) on the new Chicago based series 'Family Values'. The series has been filming over the last year in Palatine, Chicago and other ...
 Chicago Tribune4 days ago
Chicago Tribune

Fifth-graders defend their South Shore neighborhood

This piece was written by my fifth-grade students at the Bradwell School of Excellence in South Shore. They wrote this collaboratively as a counternarrative to the constant negative publicity their neighborhood receives as a result of gun violence.
 Chicago Tribune4 days ago Opinion: Fifth-graders defend their South Shore neighborhood  Chicago Tribune4 days ago

BGB fence a fright for Baghaichhari school students

Sujata Chakma (not her real name), who is a fifth grader at Baghaichhari Government Primary School 2, was scared to see armed military officials and vehicles on her way to school. Her parents said the way to school, situated in Dighinala upazila ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 weeks ago 5 new things in West Valley schools  AZCentral.com1 week ago Fifth Grade Getting A New Home  Greenville Business Magazine4 weeks ago There's More to Hacking Than Meets the Eye  EdTech4 weeks ago

Fifth-grader's fiction leads to tragedy in Gidion's Knot

By , What do you do about a fifth-grade Marquis de Sade? That's the question that playwright Johnna Adams eventually comes around to in her popular but erratic 75-minute drama Gidion's Knot, now being acted with unimpeachable bite at Forum ...
 Washington Post1 week ago Lessons from a Fifth Grader  Care24 weeks ago Why We Need to Teach Children About Marketing  MarketingProfs.com4 weeks ago 5th grader's drawing featured in national magazine  Mukilteo Beacon.com4 weeks ago

PRIMARY ADVICE / Banning Japanese is not enough

By Helene Uchida / Special to The Japan News Q: During an interview activity with fifth graders, I made it clear Japanese was unacceptable, but only a small percentage of them could follow this rule. It seems I can only help students who have an ...
 The Japan News2 weeks ago Japan Cuts returns!  Examiner.com3 weeks ago

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho's Carson Magee, 11, Wins "Our Everyday Heroes" Paint Scheme Fundraising Contest for JDRF; Design Raises $3,735

/PRNewswire/ -- Carson Magee, an 11-year-old fifth grader from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) four years ago at age 7, has won the "Our Everyday Heroes" Race Car Design Contest for JDRF, hosted by Ford Customer ...
 BusinessWeek3 weeks ago
Youth Worker Journal

Youth Culture Update: Are Your Tweets Smarter than a Fifth Grader? (Probably Not.)

About one-third of all tweets are written on a fourth-grade level, according to Time , which examined about 1 million tweets for the study. Time admitted that, with just 140 characters to work with, it can be difficult to push a tweet above that ...
 Youth Worker Journal2 weeks ago Do you tweet like a fourth grader?  Bdnews24.com3 weeks ago How Smart Are Your Tweets?  Austin American Statesman3 weeks ago Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader In Twitter?  Yahoo Philippines News3 weeks ago

National No Bra Day: Celebrate Without Restraint

When I attended Girl Scout camp as a rising fifth grader, I was flat as a board. I overheard one of my tent mates say, "She's a carpenter's dream." I had no idea what she was talking about. All I could think of was wood and nails. "I don't get ...
 Huffington Post3 weeks ago

Chicago family asks students to 'Choose Kind'

_ Mary Cate Lynch sat in her mother's arms before a class of fifth-graders at Oriole Park Elementary School. The 2 1/2-year-old can't speak many words yet. But she has mastered a bit of sign language. "Mary Cate, what's your favorite sign?" asked ...
 Chicago Tribune3 weeks ago Chicago family asks students to Choose Kind  Big News Network3 weeks ago
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