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Morning Round-up March 7, 2007

By Margaret Paynich — March 07, 2007 1 min read
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Intel Competition Is Where Science Rules and Research Is the Key NYT
More high schools around the country are teaching students how to do cutting-edge research, not just imparting textbook science, in some cases because they were inspired by the two old-timers.

Companies match students with internships CNN.com
A slew of businesses have popped up to help match students with internships, charging hundreds to thousands of dollars to help them write resumes, identify potential employers and find summer housing.

Rural Schools Affected By Battle over Bush Plan NPR
Rural schools in California are facing a crisis because of a fight over President Bush’s plan to sell $800 million worth of national forest.

Kids produce video for TV shows eSchool News
Inspired by the YouTube model of user-created content, a growing number of television networks are soliciting video contributed by viewers--and many of these efforts involve children and teens.

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