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August 09, 2005 1 min read

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Disability Less Likely to Hold Back Youths Following High School

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Survey Finds Spiraling Health-Care Costs

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Most Students With Disabilities Take State Tests

Business Coalition Focuses on Math, Science Careers

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New Skills Pushed For Md. Principals

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Report Roundup

  • Teenagers Using Hormones, Steroids to Bulk Up:
    “Exposure to the Mass Media, Body Shape Concerns, and Use of Supplements to Improve Weight and Shape Among Male and Female Adolescents” is available from Pediatrics.
  • Internet Use Climbs Among Teens, Survey Shows:
    “Teens and Technology: Youth Are Leading the Transition to a Fully Wired and Mobile Nation” is available from the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
  • Teenagers Seen to Support School Prayer:
    More information on the youth poll is available from the Gallup Organization.
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