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BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O65L
August 13, 2015
A student reads his A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London, Britain August 13, 2015....
London, United Kingdom
A student reads his A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London
A student reads his A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O651
August 13, 2015
Students react after receiving their A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
Students react after receiving their A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London
Students react after receiving their A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O64X
August 13, 2015
A student reacts after receiving his A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A student reacts after receiving his A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London
A student reacts after receiving his A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O64W
August 13, 2015
A student reacts as she stands with her mother after receiving her A-level exam results at the Harris...
London, United Kingdom
A student reacts as she stands with her mother after receiving her A-level exam results at the Harris...
A student reacts as she stands with her mother after receiving her A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O64T
August 13, 2015
A student reacts after receiving her A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London, Britain...
London, United Kingdom
A student reacts after receiving her A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London
A student reacts after receiving her A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O64R
August 13, 2015
A student (L) reacts as she stands with a teacher after receiving her A-level exam results at the Harris...
London, United Kingdom
A student reacts as she stands with a teacher after receiving her A-level exam results at the Harris...
A student (L) reacts as she stands with a teacher after receiving her A-level exam results at the Harris City Academy in London, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O606
August 13, 2015
Georgina Morris (C) celebrates with other students after receiving her A-level results at Winstanley...
Wigan, United Kingdom
Students celebrate after receiving their A-level results at Winstanley College in Wigan
Georgina Morris (C) celebrates with other students after receiving her A-level results at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August 13, 2015. Georgina gained 2A* and 2A grades in her A-Level exams. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O5YO
August 13, 2015
Georgina Morris celebrates after gaining 2A* and 2A grades in her A-Level exams at Winstanley College...
Wigan, United Kingdom
Georgina Morris celebrates after receiving her A level results at Winstanley College in Wigan
Georgina Morris celebrates after gaining 2A* and 2A grades in her A-Level exams at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O5YI
August 13, 2015
Georgina Morris celebrates after gaining 2A* and 2A grades in her A-Level exams at Winstanley College...
Wigan, United Kingdom
Georgina Morris celebrates after receiving her A level results at Winstanley College in Wigan
Georgina Morris celebrates after gaining 2A* and 2A grades in her A-Level exams at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O5YH
August 13, 2015
Georgina Morris celebrates after gaining 2A* and 2A grades in her A-Level exams at Winstanley College...
Wigan, United Kingdom
Georgina Morris celebrates after receiving her A level results at Winstanley College in Wigan
Georgina Morris celebrates after gaining 2A* and 2A grades in her A-Level exams at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O5YB
August 13, 2015
Georgina Morris celebrates with her mother Leslie after gaining 2A* and 2A grades in her A-Level exams...
Wigan, United Kingdom
Georgina Morris celebrates with her mother Leslie after receiving her A level results at Winstanley College...
Georgina Morris celebrates with her mother Leslie after gaining 2A* and 2A grades in her A-Level exams at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O5US
August 13, 2015
Students celebrate after receiving their A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August...
Wigan, United Kingdom
Students celebrate after receiving their A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan
Students celebrate after receiving their A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O5TM
August 13, 2015
A student celebrates after receiving his A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August...
Wigan, United Kingdom
A student celebrates after receiving his A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan
A student celebrates after receiving his A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O5T1
August 13, 2015
Student Ellie Inwood celebrates her 2A* and 1A grades as she receives her A-Level results at Winstanley...
Wigan, United Kingdom
Student Ellie Inwood celebrates her A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan
Student Ellie Inwood celebrates her 2A* and 1A grades as she receives her A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O5S9
August 13, 2015
Students celebrate after receiving their A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August...
Wigan, United Kingdom
Students celebrate after receiving their A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan
Students celebrate after receiving their A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTX1O5S1
August 13, 2015
Students celebrate after receiving their A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August...
Wigan, United Kingdom
Students celebrate after receiving their A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan
Students celebrate after receiving their A-Level results at Winstanley College in Wigan, Britain August 13, 2015. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KWC
August 15, 2014
Offenders are reflected in a mirror while studying at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
Offenders are reflected in a mirror while studying at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological...
Offenders are reflected in a mirror while studying at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KVN
August 15, 2014
Offenders read books and write papers at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
Offenders read books and write papers at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary...
Offenders read books and write papers at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION SOCIETY EDUCATION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KV9
August 15, 2014
Offenders read inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located in the Darrington Unit of...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
Offenders read inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located in the Darrington Unit of...
Offenders read inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KV8
August 15, 2014
A message is seen on the wall at a cafeteria inside the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
A message is seen on the wall at a cafeteria inside the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal...
A message is seen on the wall at a cafeteria inside the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KUQ
August 15, 2014
Offenders search for books at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
Offenders search for books at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located...
Offenders search for books at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KUL
August 15, 2014
An offender grabs lunch from a cafeteria inside the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
An offender grabs lunch from a cafeteria inside the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal...
An offender grabs lunch from a cafeteria inside the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION FOOD SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KTR
August 15, 2014
An offender pushes the door open to leave the cafeteria located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
An offender leaves the cafeteria located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice...
An offender pushes the door open to leave the cafeteria located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KT3
August 15, 2014
Offenders read and write papers inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary library located...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
Offenders read and write papers inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary library located...
Offenders read and write papers inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary library located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KSV
August 15, 2014
Offenders research and work on their papers inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological computer lab...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
Offenders research and work on their papers inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological computer lab...
Offenders research and work on their papers inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological computer lab located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KSI
August 15, 2014
Offenders search for books at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
Offenders search for books at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located...
Offenders search for books at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KSC
August 15, 2014
A security official walks past a sign seen inside a Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary library...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
A security official walks past a sign seen inside a Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary library...
A security official walks past a sign seen inside a Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary library located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KRO
August 15, 2014
Offenders search for books and study at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
Offenders study at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located in the Darrington...
Offenders search for books and study at a library inside the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary located in the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KR8
August 15, 2014
An offender walks past the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary sign hanging on a wall inside the...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
An offender walks past the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary sign hanging on a wall inside the...
An offender walks past the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary sign hanging on a wall inside the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KQU
August 15, 2014
A cross hangs around the neck of an offender at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary inside...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
A cross hangs around the neck of an offender at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary inside...
A cross hangs around the neck of an offender at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary inside the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
USA-TEXAS/PRISON
RTR42KQD
August 15, 2014
An offender walks past a sign on a wall at the the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal...
ROSHARON, UNITED STATES
An offender walks past a sign on a wall at the the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal...
An offender walks past a sign on a wall at the the Darrington Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice men's prison in Rosharon, Texas August 12, 2014. The Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, a private college based in Fort Worth, Texas, began its bachelor of science in biblical studies program at Darrington, south of Houston, about three years ago. To be accepted, an offender has to be at least 10 years from the possibility of parole, have a good behavior record and the appropriate academic credentials to enroll in a college course. The program, which is largely paid for by charitable contributions from the Heart of Texas Foundation, has more than 150 prisoners enrolled and plans to send its graduates as field ministers to other units who want the bible college alumni for peer counseling and spiritual guidance. The first degrees are expected to be conferred next year. Picture taken August 12, 2014. To match Feature USA-TEXAS/PRISON REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION SOCIETY RELIGION)
CHINA/
RTR339X7
June 08, 2012
A student reacts next to her mother as they leave Shanghai No.1 High School after finishing China's annual...
Shanghai, China
A student reacts next to her mother as they leave Shanghai No.1 High School after finishing China's annual...
A student reacts next to her mother as they leave Shanghai No.1 High School after finishing China's annual national college entrance exam in Shanghai June 8, 2012. About 9.15 million people will take the exam to vie for 6.85 million vacancies in the country's universities and colleges, said China's education ministry, according to Xinhua News Agency. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
CHINA
RTR337YJ
June 07, 2012
Zheng Dong (L) studies for China's annual national college entrance exam accompanied by his mother, in...
Shanghai, China
Zheng Dong studies for China's annual national college entrance exam accompanied by his mother, in a...
Zheng Dong (L) studies for China's annual national college entrance exam accompanied by his mother, in a hotel room near the Shanghai No.1 High School in Shanghai June 6, 2012. About 9.15 million people will take the exam to vie for 6.85 million vacancies in the country's universities and colleges, said China's education ministry, according to Xinhua News Agency. Zheng Dong and his mother rented a hotel room near the school where Zheng will stay and study during the exam. Picture taken June 6, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION)
FRANCE/
RTR2OHD6
July 05, 2011
Students enjoy the results of baccalaureate exam at the French Clemenceau Lycee in Nantes, July 5, 2011....
Nantes, France
Students enjoy the results of baccalaureate exam at the French Clemenceau Lycee in Nantes
Students enjoy the results of baccalaureate exam at the French Clemenceau Lycee in Nantes, July 5, 2011. The baccalaureate is the final secondary school examination to qualify for university. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: EDUCATION)
NEPAL-GODDESS/EXAM
RTR2G1MZ
July 03, 2010
The living goddess "Kumari
" Chanira Bajracharya, 15, is worshipped by her parents after she passed...
Kathmandu, Nepal
To match Reuters Life! NEPAL-GODDESS/EXAM
The living goddess "Kumari
" Chanira Bajracharya, 15, is worshipped by her parents after she passed her high school leaving certificate examination at her residence in Patan July 3, 2010. The Nepali girl revered by many as a "living goddess" has become the first sitting deity to pass the high school leaving certificate exam, setting her on course for a career in banking. To match Reuters Life! NEPAL-GODDESS/EXAM REUTERS/Shruti Shrestha (NEPAL - Tags: RELIGION IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NEPAL
RTR2C1SA
March 25, 2010
Living Goddess Kumari Chanira Bajracharya takes her School Leaving Certificate exams as exam controller...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Living Goddess Bajracharya takes her School Leaving Certificate exams as exam controller Subedi looks...
Living Goddess Kumari Chanira Bajracharya takes her School Leaving Certificate exams as exam controller Prakash Subedi (R) looks on at her residence in Patan March 25, 2010. The Living Goddess is taking the exam at her residence as she is not allowed to leave her house other than on 19 religious occasions. REUTERS/Shruti Shrestha (NEPAL) REUTERS/Shruti Shrestha (NEPAL - Tags: RELIGION EDUCATION)
Education
Education
A-level Exam Results - 20 Aug 2009
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KOREA-NORTH/
RTXBKMC
February 13, 2009
High school graduates, who have escaped from North Korea, salute a South Korean national flag during...
ANSEONG, South Korea
High school graduates, who have escaped from North Korea, salute a South Korean national flag at the...
High school graduates, who have escaped from North Korea, salute a South Korean national flag during their graduation ceremony at the Hangyoreh Junior and Upper school for North Korean teenage defectors in Anseong, about 80 km (50 miles) south of Seoul, February 13, 2009. Eighteen students graduated from the school on Friday, three days before their former leader Kim Jong-il's birthday. North Korea has been assembling its longest-range missile at an east coast launch base and could test-fire the rocket by the end of this month at the earliest, a leading South Korean daily reported on Friday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTR1STLN
August 16, 2007
Pupils Nedah Kanitkar (L) and Aneesha Malik from Withington Girls School in Manchester, northern England,...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Pupils Nedah Kanitkar and Aneesha Malik from Withington Girls School in Manchester react after receiving...
Pupils Nedah Kanitkar (L) and Aneesha Malik from Withington Girls School in Manchester, northern England, react after receiving their A-level exam results, August 16, 2007. Nedah received four A grades, Aneesha received three grade A's and a grade B. More than a quarter of A-level papers received the top grade this year, the highest percentage ever, according to figures released on Thursday. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-EDUCATION/
RTR1STLM
August 16, 2007
Pupils Alice Wright (L) and Rebecca Pinder from Withington Girls School in Manchester, northern England,...
Manchester, United Kingdom
Pupils Alice Wright and Rebecca Pinder from Withington Girls School in Manchester react after receiving...
Pupils Alice Wright (L) and Rebecca Pinder from Withington Girls School in Manchester, northern England, react after receiving their A-level exam results, August 16, 2007. Alice received five A grades, Rebecca received four grade A's and an AA merit. More than a quarter of A-level papers received the top grade this year, the highest percentage ever, according to figures released on Thursday. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN)
MOROCCO/
RTR1JVH4
November 30, 2006
Two hunger strikers rest at a Higher Education Union office in Rabat, November 30, 2006. Some Moroccan...
Rabat, Morocco
Two hunger strikers rest at Higher Education Union office in Rabat
Two hunger strikers rest at a Higher Education Union office in Rabat, November 30, 2006. Some Moroccan doctors have been on hunger strike for four weeks demanding their medical degrees, obtained in France, be recognised in Morocco. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
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