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EU students swipe right on dating apps

Four years ago, the phrases “swipe right” and “swipe left” typically meant nothing. Now, they seem to be part of millennials’ common vernacular, as the rise of online dating apps have become prevalent. Before dating apps such as Tinder and Bumble, most online dating services were occupied by those people who were typically older than 30 years old. However, according to a 2015 report from the Pew Research Center, the number of 18 to 24 year olds who use dating apps has nearly tripled since 2013. Read More….

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Cranston high school teacher accused of sexually assaulting 4 students

A Cranston teacher has been accused of sexually assaulting four high school students.
Police said 58-year-old Charles Pearson, a Cranston West High School science teacher, was arrested after a female student complained to school officials that Pearson touched her inappropriately.
The complaint was filed with authorities on March 24, with investigators later learning that there were three more victims, whose ages range from fourteen to sixteen years old.
“The alleged sexual assaults took place in the Cranston West High School between October 2016 and March 2017,” authorities noted in a press release. “Once the allegations were reported to the School Administration and the Cranston Police, Mr.

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5 Students Who Allegedly Defraud American Women Through Romance Scam Arrested. Photo

The Ibadan Zonal office of EFCC, Monday, 20th March, 2017 took over five suspected internet fraudsters arrested by men of the Oyo State Joint Security Task Force, ‘Operation Burst’ for further investigation…. The suspects, which includes Oyewole Oyeleye Olatunji (28), Adeniran Adeyinka Yusuf (29), Samuel Olumide Adeola (29), Israel Adeola (24) and Olorunyemi Savior Imonah (24) were arrested March 13, 2017, during a routine surveillance at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Ogbomosho. They confessed to have defrauded some American women through various romance scam using different dating sites. Read More….

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Carleton University students urged to change passwords after hacking tools discovered

Carleton University students are encouraged to change their passwords after key-logging devices were found in six university computers across three buildings. Keystroke loggers capture information typed into a computer, and can therefore record usernames and passwords used to log into … View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures

School officials arrested for failure to report sexual contact between students

Two Roberts-Naylor K-8 School officials have been arrested because police say they did not report sexual contact between two students.

On Tuesday the Tucson Police Department says the school’s vice principal, 45-year-old Bernadette Rosthenhausler and a school counselor, 60-year-old Linda Archuleta, were arrested. They are facing class 6 felony charges for failure to report a reportable offense.

The incident between the students happened on March 1, according to a release from TPD sent Tuesday. Officers say a boy student made sexual contact with a girl student when a teacher momentarily left a classroom at Roberts-Naylor K-8.

The teacher reported the incident to Rosthenhausler, and according to TPD, an internal investigation was initiated.

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TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY FILMING STUDENTS UNDRESSING

A high school teacher in Carrollton, Texas has been charged after he has been accused of allegedly using a hidden camera to capture his female students undressing.

According to Fox News, George Edwin Thomas III, a teacher at R.L. Turner High School, was arrested Thursday morning for six accounts of invasive visual recording after his girlfriend discovered footage of his female students changing into their uniforms.

An arrest affidavit states that Thomas’ girlfriend found the footage on a thumb drive in their apartment, and watched it after she became skeptical of Thomas cheating on her, that is when she discovered the recordings.

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3 students arrested after gun found at South Panola High School

Three students were arrested after one brought a gun to South Panola High School on Wednesday.

Batesville Police Chief Jimmy McCloud said an arrest was made after school leaders found the gun. Deputy Chief Pittman said two more students were arrested on Thursday.

All three students face expulsion, however, the gun was not displayed or fired.

“I have a son there in the eleventh grade and it’s scary,” said Amber Beard, who was surprised to have learned of the incident on Facebook rather than from the school district.

“I remember some things going on at school, but I never heard about someone bringing a gun to school,” former SPHS student Cassie Brooks said.

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Harlem Globetrotter talks to students about bullying prevention

Harlem Globetrotter Julian “Zeus” McClurkin spoke with over 300 students at a filled gym at Dallas Elementary School on Monday afternoon about the ABCs of bullying prevention.

McClurkin visited as part of a Magic 93 contest that second grade teacher Kimberly Smith entered. The presentation was on a theme that they talk about a lot at school, Smith said.

The ABCs of bullying prevention — or Action, Bravery and Compassion — were the topic of a discussion that included a few basketball tricks and a lot of laughter. McClurkin engaged the kids with questions, stories and tricks.

“A” means action, or going to tell a teacher, McClurkin said.

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City’s Success Academy charter schools come out in support of transgender students

The operator of the city’s largest charter school network has come out in support of transgender kids and immigrant students, as new federal policies are fill some local families with fear.

In the letter sent to home to families and delivered to staffers Monday, Success Academy network founder Eva Moskowitz urged educators, students and parents to guard against the bullying of transgender students after the Trump administration moved to revoke federal guidelines allowing those kids to use restrooms that correspond to their gender identity.

Moskowitz wrote the federal changes would not affect policies at her schools allowing transgender kids to use the bathrooms they prefer.

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Metro-east middle school bans students from using cellphones

A local middle school decided to ban cellphones during school hours because the technology became a distraction, as well as a tool for cyberbullying and sharing of “explicit content.”

Starting March 1, the only electronic devices that students will be allowed to use between 8:25 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. at Collinsville Middle School are school-issued Chromebook computers. Cellphones will be required to be “completely out of sight” while students are in the building, according to a letter Principal Kimberly Jackson sent to parents.

There have been some instances of bullying and spreading of explicit messages between students, which Jackson said the school recognized as a trend among teens in general.

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