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  • I liked him because he was smart and funny, and different from the other eighth-grade boys.

    Ten Miles Past Normal

  • When Sarah hinted around that I might like it if he asked me to the eighth-grade dance, he told her he was going to Washington, DC, with his parents that weekend, to visit the National Air and Space Museum at the Smithsonian.

    Ten Miles Past Normal

  • I flash back suddenly to eighth grade and Marc Roberts, my eighth-grade crush.

    Ten Miles Past Normal

  • The other eighth-grade boys I knew were on their way to becoming something else.

    Ten Miles Past Normal

  • The school, founded in 2003 and named for a late Motown Records executive, teaches fourth- to eighth-grade boys.

    Giving Pupils Time, Money

  • Jennifer Saliba-Pehr , an eighth-grade social studies teacher in Queens, said she doesn't believe talk that the city can't afford to keep the teachers in the classroom.

    Protesters Send Messages to Mayor

  • (I also gained quite a fan club when I stormed out of eighth-grade geography class vowing to “waste no more time being instructed by an ignorant savage”.)

    Think Progress » Fox Thinks Winter Chill Disproves Global Warming; Experts Disagree

  • One moved a teacher who had trouble walking up stairs to a classroom on the fourth floor of a building that didn't have a working elevator; another reassigned a longtime eighth-grade teacher to a first-grade class.

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  • Ms. Fernandes, the 22-year-old with an eighth-grade education, comes often to a school in Apelacão, where a tiny nonprofit called Project Leadership tries to coax young people back to class or help them get jobs.

    A Nation of Dropouts Shakes Europe

  • She quit school with an eighth-grade education at age 20.

    A Nation of Dropouts Shakes Europe

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