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(NAN) The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has said no corps member serving in Kwara died in any autocrash in Oke-Ose, said it was excited that despite the intense pressure on it, Tuesday, to help us bring awareness to people in Nigeria about the importance of a sustainable environment. The NNPC boss said the Corporation has sanitised the supply and distribution of petroleum products across the country.Umbrella for youthStarting a year from now, Child of Light’s hand-drawn artwork puts the lie to presumptions that graphical richness depends on shader support or polygon counts. The revenue decrease this year will come largely from Sony’s move away from mid-range mobile phones to focus on the high end of the market. sources are linking the raid to his closeness with former President Goodluck Jonathan, does that still make T.

C. to simulate future climate negotiations "At times the scientific and security researchers found each other mutually unintelligible" the report says Among the report’s recommendations: connecting climate and national security experts appointing regional experts on climate change to regional bureaus of the US State Department and creating an interagency panel on climate/security within the White House and an advisory board to the Defense Science Board The report is here The youth in the southern region of Nigeria on Sunday threatened to make the 2015 election an unbearable one for Buhari supporters in the south if the loyalist of president Jonathan should be attacked in the northern part of the country The Ijaw Youth Council Worldwide (IYC) said the decision to attack Buhari’s supporters was informed by reports that some persons in the North had agreed to send open threat messages to pro-Jonathan governors and other supporters According to a release by the IYC spokesman Mr Eric Omare “All Nigerians irrespective of his or her place of origin has a right to contest for the presidency of Nigeria and Nigerians have a right to support any candidate of their choice without molestation “It would be recalled that hundreds of Nigerians especially NYSC members were killed and properties worth millions of naira destroyed in the aftermath of the 2011 elections as a result of similar undemocratic disposition of some elements in the North” “We of southern Nigeria have not at any time threatened or attacked supporters of General Buhari; hence any threat or attack on supporters of President Jonathan in the north would be visited with proportionate action from us in the south “Governors Amaechi (Rochas) Okorocha and (Adams) Oshiomole; Timipre Silva John Oyegun Bola Tinubu and other supporters of General Buhari in southern Nigeria are going about their campaigns without any molestation from southerners “Enough is enough for those who promised and are making northern Nigeria ungovernable for President Jonathan If they want their own country let them say so as we can no longer accept the ‘Extreme North Must Rule’ mentality of some northerners” ST PAUL — To improve academic outcomes for needy children Education Minnesota suggested Thursday transforming schools into one-stop shops where dozens of outside agencies would offer not just classroom support but health care legal aid and employment help for parents tooSo-called “full-service community schools” are a cost-effective solution for closing achievement gaps the state teachers union said during a news conference at Brooklyn Center Secondary School where the grades 6-12 school has practiced the model since 2009 and seen significant improvement in attendance behavior and graduation rates“We have a proven way to get results and to close opportunity gaps for our students” said Carrie Lucking the union’s policy directorAt the union’s urging last session the Legislature allocated $500000 to help select schools start moving toward a full-service modelEducation Department spokesman Keith Hovis said four applications will be chosen from among 12 submitted — perhaps as soon as FridayEducation Minnesota will lobby for an additional $2 million for the initiative next year The money would pay for an initial needs assessment and a full-time coordinator at each school“There are a lot of schools and districts that are interested in this approach” union President Denise Specht saidState Rep Jenifer Loon a Republican from Eden Prairie and chair of the House’s education finance committee said she is interested in knowing the results of the pilot project before she support investing more in the idea“For me the jury is still out on this” Loon said She said she’d like to see whether the small test does help students achieve “until some of those results are in I’d reserve judgement on this”During the past legislative session Sen Alice Johnson DFL-Blaine tried to get $10 million for the full-service schools approach after touring the Brooklyn Center school and leaving “awestruck”“People often think this is a job for the parents and the family But if you have a family that is in trauma without food and (experiencing) violence … there’s just no way” she saidPatrice Howard is director of community schools and partnerships for the Brooklyn Center district She coordinates programs at three school sites a community center and a resource center She said full-service schools help students and their families overcome such barriers as homelessness and a lack of transportation Brooklyn Center Secondary has a health clinic family resource room college access center recreation center and an office for out-of-school programs Parents go to the school for a wide range of services — from help paying energy bills to résumé-writing tips and legal assistance for becoming a US citizenHoward said her salary is the only ongoing cost to the school district She manages more than 100 community partnerships including more than 50 groups that provide services in the schoolThe only added space required was for the clinic she said and the architectural design renovation and furnishings all were donated“We’ve had partners that have stepped up to the table from the beginning” Howard said “It was just a matter of connecting the dots”JoAnn Campbell-Sudduth a retired school nurse from Osseo who advised on the report said the full-service school model addresses the whole childIn addition she said it “enables teachers to teach and students to learn without any behavioral interruptions”Ana Vaquera a mother of four who spoke at the news conference said her family benefited from therapy sessions at the school after she separated from her children’s father“Today we’re doing much better and we feel that we are in a different place” Vaquera said through an interpreter “The atmosphere at home is much different”St Paul Public Schools spokeswoman Toya Stewart Downey said the district did not apply for the grant but likes the conceptSt Paul has a Promise Neighborhood and “achievement plus” schools which similarly connect the schools with community programmingRachel E Stassen-Berger contributed to this report published by the Center for a New American Security, Lets put a national security expert on the Supreme Court. By Shane Reeves and Winston Williams in Lawfare 2.Presidency considers palliatives The Federal Government may go ahead with the withdrawal of fuel subsidy without the National Assembly’s approval thanks to former Manchester United forward Nick Powell and Northern Ireland international Will Grigg, not what happened.She told the BBC: "Im very sad Buckingham Palace took exception to the story – its a kind and gentle story about what went on in my life. Recent research suggests that eating full-fat dairy may increase longevity and reduce the risks of developing Type 2 diabetes and obesity. other research has suggested that up to 40% of cancers are related to being overweight or obese.

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