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Plaintiffs' attorney John Manly, right, with co-counsel Luis Carrillo, left, talks to reporters outside Los Angeles Superior Court Friday, Nov. 21, 2014, following the settlement of litigation involving an elementary school teacher convicted of lewd conduct against his students. The Los Angeles Unified School District will pay $139 million to end all remaining litigation in the deal involving 81 students, ending a legal saga that began when Miramonte Elementary School teacher Mark Berndt was arrested in 2012 and accused of blindfolding students and feeding them his semen on cookies. Plaintiff’s lawyers had planned to present evidence suggesting the school district was aware of sexual misconduct by Berndt three decades ago but failed to act until a photo processor at a pharmacy contacted police about film Berndt dropped off that showed pictures of blindfolded children and being fed some substance. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)
Los Angeles school district settles major classroom sex abuse litigation for $139 million
Allen County families who meet certain income requirements can apply for prekindergarten educational grants from Indiana’s Office of Early Education and Out-of-School Learning.
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Playoff football continues and the News-Sentinel will have a running live blog throughout the semistate action on Friday. Full coverage of the night's action begins at 6 p.m. and rolls until 11 p.m.      More..
State Board of Education members, from left, Barbara Cargill, Thomas Ratliff and Marty Rowley talk during a recess as board members discussed issues related to their votes on prior to approving textbooks in Austin, Texas on Friday, Nov. 21, 2014. In a 10-5 vote, with all Republican members voting yes and all five Democrats voting no, the elected education board approved nearly 100 new social studies instructional materials for the first time in a dozen years. The board took separate votes on social studies instructional materials by two other publishers, rejecting six items by WorldView Software and approving one sixth grade social studies e-book by Discovery Education Inc. (AP Photo/Austin American-Statesman, Deborah Cannon)
Texas OKs most proposed new history textbooks despite outside objections, publisher withdrawal      More..
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