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September 16, 2014 at 3:53 PM

Round-up: UW says WSU med-school plan is flawed, tech CEOs limit kids’ screen time at home

UW says WSU med-school plan is deeply flawed (AP): The University of Washington has released a statement criticizing Washington State University’s analysis into the feasibility of a new WSU medical school in Spokane. The state Legislature would need to approve funding for the project.

Why tech CEOs limit kids’ electronic usage at home (The New York Times): Executives and founders of companies ranging from Twitter to Apple are known for limiting their kids’ screen time. One common restriction: no devices allowed in the bedroom.

Portland student earns perfect SAT and ACT scores (The Oregonian): Fewer than 1 percent of test-takers get perfect scores on either test, let alone both.

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