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High school grad requirements revised with new legislation

Two new bills (HB 4465 and HB 4466) passed by Governor Rick Snyder's desk last week that revise high school graduation requirements as they relate to math, foreign language, health and physical education, the arts and giving students more options and flexibility....more >>
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Creating little Edisons

The next generation of Thomas Edisons was cultivated in Oxford last week as Camp Invention returned to Clear Lake Elementary. During the week-long enrichment program, participants learned valuable problem-solving and teamwork skills while enhancing their knowledge of science and math....more >>
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Born July 25th
1848: Arthur James Balfour, Prime Minister of England (1902-1905).
1853: David Belasco, actor, playwright and producer.
1880: Morris Raphel Cohen, American philosopher and mathematician.
1902: Eric Hoffer, American longshoreman and philosopher (The True Believer, Before the Sabbath),
1907: Johnny Hodges, jazz musician.
July 25th
in history
1759: British forces defeat a French army at Fort Niagara in Canada.
1799: On his way back from Syria, Napoleon Bonaparte defeats the Ottomans at Aboukir, Egypt.
1814: British and American forces fight each other to a standoff at Lundy's Lane, Canada.
1845: China grants Belgium equal trading rights with Britain, France and the United States.
1850: Gold is discovered in the Rogue River in Oregon, extending the quest for gold up the Pacific coast.