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April 9, 2014 at 12:57 PM

Round-up: Pa. school stabbing injures at least 19, Colbert takes on Common Core

Seattle Youth Commission asked to take down Prop 1 video: City officials say a group of teens on a mayor-appointed youth board violated city ethic rules after producing a video in support of Proposition 1. The YouTube video argues that significant cuts to Metro bus service would make it more difficult for students to get to and from school.

Pa. school stabbing injures at least 19 students (Tribune-Review): Police say a 16-year-0ld high-school student went on a stabbing rampage at a Pittsburgh-area school on Wednesday morning, injuring at least 19 students and a security guard. The suspect was taken into custody after he was tackled by the security guard and a vice principal.

Stephen Colbert takes jab at Common Core standards (Education Week): The Comedy Central comedian made fun of Common Core’s test questions on Tuesday night’s “Colbert Report.”

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