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Oxford and Cambridge, academically elite, oversubscribed but criticised as socially exclusive - do these degrees really live up to their reputation?
(BBC News - U.K. News, )

Moreover, is it any wonder that today so many African-Americans struggle to academically keep up with their white and Asian peers, when their own ancestors were systematically forbidden from pursuing such elevated and elevating pursuits?
(Forbes - Education, )

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I think that I'm not academically oriented.

Tom excels both academically and athletically.

The academically talented students helped others in the classroom.

Genetic theories, I gather, have been cherished academically with detachment.
(Allen Tate)

A smartly set-up iPad can help students excel, academically and otherwise.
(The Wall Street Journal - Technology, )

The former tutor said she felt pressured to keep athletes academically eligible.
(USA Today - Sports, )

He’s bright academically and extremely creative, he also happens to be autistic.
(The Vancouver Sun - Life, )

Massachusetts Best, Mississippi Worst Among US States When Academically Compared To Global Peers.
(Forbes - Education, )

Yet they have many benefits for young people—academically, emotionally and even professionally.
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )

Thirty years after it opened it theaters, NBC News academically examines the merits of the classic.
(NBC News Entertainment, )

Children who are older when they start kindergarten do well in the short term, academically and socially.
(Science Daily - News, )

Banning academically ineligible players from the annual scouting combine would only create more questions.
(USA Today - NFL, )

LeBron James wants to put an end to the cycle of kids falling behind academically and dropping out of high school.
(Jerry Barca, Contributor in Forbes - Education, )

During her primary school years, Katie was considered academically gifted and dreamed of becoming a forensic scientist.
(Daily Mail - News, )

In other words, a much smaller percentage of students will be regarded as academically proficient for their grade level.
(Los Angeles Times - Education, )

ADHD kids continue to struggle academically and mentally as they get older, regardless of whether they're on medication.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

Notre Dame running back Greg Bryant is academically ineligible and will miss the 2015 season, the school announced Tuesday.
(UPI - News, )

Students are back in school and now is the time for parents to develop routines to help their children succeed academically.
(Science Daily - News, )

A new study in Texas suggests teaching to the test in academically penalized high schools can diminish college preparedness.
(UPI - Science News, )

A simple test using a raisin can predict how well a toddler will perform academically at age eight, according to new research.
(Science Daily - News, )

Young people from low income families can pay a price for succeeding academically - with their health, according to new research.
(The Independent - Education, )

Teenage girls who compulsively text are more likely than their male counterparts to do worse academically, according to research.
(Science Daily - News, )

Parents and students spend vast amounts of time and money trying to find a school that is the right fit academically and socially.
(Forbes - Education, )

Google is positively interested in improving education sectors in the country, and its new academically focused arm proves just as much.
(Tech Times - Personal Tech, )

Even the smartest college students suffer academically when they use the Internet in class for non-academic purposes, finds new research.
(Science Daily - News, )

The analysis found that academically affiliated board members were compensated an average of $193,000 in 2013 for their board memberships.
(Science Daily - News, )

Food insecurity, or limited access to adequate food, prevents college students across the nation from excelling academically and socially.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Cincinnati, while good, is no Ohio State academically or athletically, and not as good for undergraduate education as nearby Miami University.
(Forbes - Education, )

Youth from low-income families who succeed academically and socially may actually pay a price -- with their health -- according to a new study.
(Science Daily - News, )

Pupils in England will have to study two religions as part of government proposals for a new "more academically rigorous" religious studies GCSE.
(BBC News - Education & Family, )

Ruby Yang's documentary profiles the students of a Hong Kong program teaching performing arts to youngsters from "academically inferior" schools.
(The Hollywood Reporter - Reviews, )

Detroit’s public schools are failing academically and nearly insolvent, leaving residents to wonder how the city can recoup its lost population.
(The New York Times - U.S. News, )

Flint children impacted by lead exposure will need help for years to come — help that may tax a school district struggling financially and academically.
(USA Today - National, )

Researchers at the University of Toronto found tobacco smokers are more likely to perform badly academically and that they are more likely to commit crimes.
(Daily Mail - Health, )

Parents looking to help their children succeed academically can access free online educational programs, games and services to help them outside the classroom.
(Science Daily - News, )

Nick Gibb said the fact that pupils who spoke English as a second language tended to be academically more able, because they had learned to speak two languages.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Practically speaking, no matter how well-prepared students are to perform academically, seldom are they prepared to address the central question of life purpose.
(Forbes - Education, )

Research from the University of Nottingham found 'smart drugs' help people with low academic abilities - but impair those who are already performing well academically.
(Daily Mail - Health, )

The No Child Left Behind law had an ambitious goal to reform America's public schools 16 years ago: Every student, everywhere, would be academically successful by 2014.
(Los Angeles Times - Education, )

And this rate is unlikely to improve unless community colleges institute formal programs to assist foster youth both financially and academically, concludes a new study.
(Science Daily - News, )

Bamber Gascoigne pulled up his socks academically and Jeremy Paxman did his stuff mathematically; both show that it's possible to have a second chance at school and university.
(The Independent - People, )

The Royal Institute of British Architects say a lack of space and light in British homes is causing marriage break-ups, health problems and is holding children back academically.
(Daily Mail - News, )

The teen X Factor star from Thurrock, Essex reveals how she felt stressed and confused as she was being pushed to perform academically but she knew she wanted to become a performer.
(Daily Mail - Femail, )

The American public still believes the main purpose of a public education is to prepare students academically despite the reported labor shortages that have been revealed by employers.
(Forbes - Education, )

Natalie Barrientos, 14, is among the many Los Angeles students who have stumbled academically — and among the 38,000 who spent much of the summer trying to catch up and set things right.
(Los Angeles Times - Education, )

Giving special treatment to young urban black males in the high school classroom runs the risk of shortchanging these students academically once they get to college, indicates a new study.
(Science Daily - News, )

As part of a fascinating BBC TV experiment, A-level students have travelled to South Korea to see what they can learn first hand from the academically superior Far Eastern education system.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Schools should use both ability grouping and acceleration to help academically talented students, reports a new study that examined a century of research looking at the controversial subject.
(Science Daily - News, )

Activities outside the classroom -- especially community engagement and sports -- may help low-income, urban youth academically as they transition into middle school, according to a new study.
(Science Daily - News, )

As someone who has spent many years of his life helping poor and minority students academically succeed, I found the depth and breadth of the Atlanta test-cheating scandal particularly galling.
(Forbes - Education, )

Melbourne Grammar School has offered scholarships since the 1880s, as a way of attracting academically talented students, and headmaster Roy Kelley believes the practice is just as important now.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

The connection between good nutrition and good grades has been reinforced by new research that finds that free school breakfasts help students from low-income families perform better academically.
(Science Daily - News, )

As someone who has spent the last 12 years of his life helping poor and minority young people academically succeed, the depth and breadth of the Atlanta test-cheating swindle is particularly galling.
(Forbes - Technology, )

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) announced that it stripped CSU-Pueblo's football team of its 2015 RMAC championship because the team played two athletes who were academically ineligible.
(The Denver Post - Sports, )

Controversial peer Shami Chakrabarti’s 13-year-old son attends the £18,000-a-year Dulwich College in London, an academically selective boys’ school where former Ukip leader Nigel Farage was a pupil.
(Daily Mail - News, )

Children born dependent on heroin and other opiates may be more likely to perform poorly academically as they get older compared to children who aren't born addicted, according to a new study by Australian researchers.
(CNN - U.S. News, )

The University of Calgary Dinos football team is forfeiting a massive victory over the University of Alberta Golden Bears earlier this month because it had two academically ineligible players on its roster for the football game.
(The Vancouver Sun - Sports, )

Many teenagers, especially younger teens, may not be getting the message about the risks of using alcohol and other drugs during pregnancy, researchers say -- but that having involved parents and being engaged academically can help.
(Science Daily - News, )

For years, Los Angeles school officials have suggested that miracle academic turnarounds would be unsustainable and even suspect, and that real and lasting gains for the academically lagging school system would be a step-by-step journey.
(Los Angeles Times - Football, )

They found that families — especially low-income families — go about nearly every part of the college-shopping process in ways that may seem to make good financial sense, but actually leads to more debt and less success academically.
(Forbes - Personal Finance, )

High school students who completed higher levels of math, performed better academically, and had a greater sense of control of their future were more likely to migrate and work in labor markets with larger shares of college-educated workers, according to a new study.
(Science Daily - News, )

Access to state-supported early childhood programs significantly reduces the likelihood that children will be placed in special education in the third grade, academically benefiting students and resulting in considerable cost savings to school districts, according to new research.
(Science Daily - News, )

Thus, if you are academically above the average in terms of test scores and/or high school grade point average for the school or add to the school’s geographic diversity, you are likely to be offered a scholarship or grant which is greater than the average grant at that institution.
(Forbes - Education, )

To clarify sharkskin's ability to reduce hydrodynamic drag (academically contested for the past 30 years), researchers recently conducted simulations on the ability of the small, tooth-like denticles that make up sharkskin to modify hydrodynamic flow with an unprecedented level of resolution.
(Science Daily - News, )

When Yale Law School professor Amy Chua’s piece, “Why Chinese Mothers are Superior,” appeared in The Wall Street Journal two years ago, I was especially interested because my son, now 16, goes to Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan, an academically rigorous test-in school where 72% of the 3,300 students are of Asian descent.
(Forbes - Education, )

Junior college football is basically a landing place and rarely a first choice for several different types of athletes, such as the ones who are trying to get better athletically, the ones that need to get better academically, and the ones who have fallen off the rails and need get better personally and socially, or a combination of all of the above.
(Forbes - Business, )

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