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1 in 4 High School Students Identify as ‘LGBQ,’ CDC Report

About one in four high school students across the nation identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, other, or questioning their sexuality (LGBQ), according to a recent report from CDC. The report showed 75.5 percent of students between the ages of 14 and 18 self-identified as heterosexual, based on data collected through the CDC’s Youth Risk Behavior…

Province in China Locks Down High School Students and Staff Without Notifying Parents

Over 2,000 secondary school students and 300 teaching staff of a private high school in China’s southwestern Guizhou Province are locked down amid the communist regime’s zero-COVID policy. Guiyang Happy Valley International Experimental School was found to have “abnormal PCR test results” on Sept. 6, as reported by Netease, a popular digital news portal in…

Feed the Need for Financial Literacy

The demand for financial literacy education among high school students has increased in recent years. With ease of access to bank accounts and credit cards and fear of abuse, mishandling, or scamming, financial literacy has become a need for teenagers turning into adults. Only eight states have state-wide requirements for passing a personal finance course….

Six High School Students Killed in Oklahoma Crash

Six high school students were killed in a crash in Tishomingo, Oklahoma on Tuesday when their vehicle collided with a semi-truck, local authorities said. Sarah Stewart, a spokesperson for the Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP), told multiple news outlets that the students, all girls, died after their “small passenger vehicle” struck the semi-truck in the rural…

Program to Compensate LA Students Tutoring Younger Family Members Begins

LOS ANGELES—A city-financed program to provide compensation and training for young Los Angeles residents who tutor their siblings or other school-aged relatives living with them began this week. The Student 2 Student Success program will prioritize tutoring for students who have struggled academically due to the COVID-19 pandemic and have had low grades, inconsistent attendance,…