By Rick La Plante, New Haven Schools Public Information Officer
Hillview Crest Elementary School made a significant jump in statewide rankings released today by the California Department of Education as part of the 2008 Academic Performance Index (API) "base reports."
Statewide rankings show how each school compares to all other schools in California. A rank of 10 means that a school is in the top 10 percent of all schools statewide, compared separately for elementary, middle or high schools. A rank of 1 denotes the lowest 10 percent.
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EMINEM "Relapse" Grade: D
By Glenn Gamboa
The most annoying thing about Eminem's latest album, "Relapse" (Aftermath), is the waste.
Oh, sure, he says disgusting things. He talks about giving a woman a crude, old-school abortion in "Medicine Ball." He fantasizes about kidnapping Hannah Montana and then forcing her to choose between marrying him or getting murdered in "Underground." And he graphically discusses getting sexually molested by his stepfather in "Insane."
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(May 21, 1755 – October 15, 1810) was a distinguished North Carolina judge who became a justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Moore Square, a park located in the Moore Square Historic District in Raleigh, North Carolina was named in his honor. Moore was buried at the St. Philip's Church near Wilmington.
His father, Maurice, preceded him in the practice of law and served as a colonial judge in North Carolina. Alfred was sent to Boston to complete his education, but he returned to North Carolina and apprenticed at the law with his father before being admitted to the bar at the age of twenty.
Learn more about Alfred Moore, free from jrank.org.
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