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This Day in History - July 20

July 20 1304 – Italian poet and scholar, Francisco Petrarch, is born 1402 – Tamerlane’s Mongols defeat the Ottoman Turks at Angora 1588 – The Spanish Armada sets sail from Corunna 1591

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This Day in History - July 19

July 19 1374 – Italian scholar and poet, Petrarch, dies 1525 – The Catholic princes of Germany from the Dessau League to fight against the Reformation 1543 – English sister of Anne Boleyn, Mary

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SAT scores drop, despite more students getting A's

More students in the U.S. are coming homes with A’s on their report cards, while overall SAT scores are dropping, according to a Harvard study. The Harvard Graduate School of Education found that nearly half (47

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This Day in History - July 18

July 18     64 – The great fire of Rome breaks out, destroying much of the city 1789 – Robespierre, a deputy from Arras, France, decides to back the French Revolution 1792 – Naval her

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This Day in History - July 17

July 17 1453 – France defeats England at Castillon, France, ending the Hundred Years’ War 1674 – English minister and hymn writer Isaac Watts is born 1762 – Peter III of Russia is murdere

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This Day in History - July 16

July 16 1557 – Anne of Cleves dies 1723 – British portrait painter, Joshua Reynolds, is born 1747 – Italian painter, Giuseppe Crespi, dies 1765 – English Prime Minister, Lord Grenville