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Wood County Schools
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Pleasants County Schools
Belpre City Schools
Fort Frye Local Schools
Warren Local Schools
Frontier Local Schools
Wolf Creek Local Schools
Washington County Career Center
Harvard, Princeton Tie for No. 1 College
Last Updated: 1:00 PM 05/02/05 - For the fourth consecutive year, Princeton University has topped the U.S. News & World Report annual ranking of "America's Best Colleges," this time sharing the top spot with Harvard University, which was second last year.
WVU Writing Assessment Tests
Last Updated: 10:46 AM 08/21/03 - West Virginia University could soon become the first public institution in the state to require applicants to submit writing results from the SAT and ACT entrance exams.
Snow Days Force Tough Choices for Schools
Last Updated: 7:52 AM 02/20/03 - Snow days? You might as well call them woe days.
Report: Study Habits of Freshmen Decline
Last Updated: 8:02 AM 01/27/03 - Although American freshmen arrived at college last fall with the worst study habits in 15 years, it didn't hurt their high school grade point averages, according to an annual study based on a survey of the first-year students.
U.S. Schools Resegregating, Study Says
Last Updated: 1:00 PM 05/02/05 - Public schools are slipping back into racial segregation, according to a study by The Civil Rights Project at Harvard University.
Students Still Fear School Violence
Last Updated: 3:05 PM 12/09/02 - Metal detectors and surveillance cameras have sharply reduced weapons and crime at the nation's schools, but a government report says students are more afraid on school grounds than off because of a problem that hasn't changed: the school bully.
Some Recalled Meats Entered Schools
Last Updated: 9:58 AM 03/11/03 - The Agriculture Department should have warned schools to check their freezers and refrigerators immediately after a company recalled meat linked to a listeria outbreak, consumer groups and advocates say.
Back to School Backpack Safety
Last Updated: 11:41 AM 07/31/02 - Some studies have shown that as many as 30 percent to 50 percent of 15- to 16-year-olds suffer from back pain, which may be caused by the improper use of backpacks.