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10 areas with the highest private school enrollment

Wealthy, educated Catholics are more likely to send their kids to private schools. This is according to a new study conducted by real estate site Trulia, which came up with a list of the top 10 metro areas with the highest private school enrollment.

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Healthy school lunches face tough taste test

Students in Gainesville, Georgia, are likely eating a better lunch than you today.

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Organization provides books to needy children

With students back in school across most of central Florida, one teen is being honored for making a difference with the gift of reading. 

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Starbucks trucks are coming to campus

Here's something that will make returning to school less painful for some college students: Starbucks is launching food trucks.

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Arizona State University

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Drunk students on display via 'pass-out page'

Dozens of pictures of Arizona State University students are showing up on the internet, showing them passed out from partying.

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The awkward transition to middle school

Studies have shown that the jump from elementary to middle school can be a painful transition for adolescents

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Central Fla. heads back to school

Students across Central Florida return to school, prompting warnings to motorists and technology updates for parents.

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University of Notre Dame

Athletes part of Notre Dame academics probe

Several University of Notre Dame students, including four football players, are being investigated over academic fraud allegations, the university said.

Notre Dame Director of Athletics Jack Swarbrick confirmed Friday that the football players are…

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Mom: I'm 57 and I owe $152,000 in student loans

Rosemary Anderson, 57, is on the hook for $152,000 in student loans she took out 20 years ago.

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Teacher accused of being drunk in class

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Teacher suspected of being drunk in class

A 57-year-old teacher at a San Tan Valley, Arizona, high school was arrested on suspicion of being drunk while teaching a class Wednesday afternoon, a Pinal County Sheriff's Office spokesman said.

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