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More Marseille defender Rod Fanni has likened Nice's signing of Mario Balotelli to a game of Russian roulette. Having underwhelmed at Liverpool after joining from AC Milan in 2014, Balotelli, who has developed a reputation for underperforming and troublesome off-field antics,was sent back to San Siro on loan for the 2015-16 season. The 26-year-old scored once in 20 Serie A appearances and, with the Rossoneri opting not to retain him, he was allowed to join Nice on a free transfer. Balotelli could make his debut for the club in the Cote d'Azur derby against Marseille at the Allianz Riviera on Saturday, and opposition defender Fanni is unsure whether the move will be a success. "[Signing] Balotelli is Russian roulette. It's all good if he has his head in place, all bad if he has his head upside down," he told a media conference. "You have to do your talking on the pitch. But we will not take him lightly and only consider his less successful recent seasons. "If he agreed to go to Nice, it's because he wants to turn it around.
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"You can't lead this nation if you have such a low opinion of its citizens." In a speech earlier Monday to the National Guard Association conference in Baltimore, Trump said Clinton's comments were aimed at those in uniform, whether in the military or in law enforcement. "These were the people Hillary Clinton so viciously demonized," said Trump, who demanded that Clinton issue a full apology. "She divides people into baskets as though they were objects not human beings." Clinton has said she regrets using the term, "half," to describe the proportion of Trump supporters she considers "deplorables." But she didn't back down from describing his campaign as largely built on prejudice and paranoia. The comments, though, combined with Clinton's health scare Sunday at the 9/11 memorial she was captured on video struggling to step into a waiting van and her doctor later announced that she had been diagnosed with pneumonia could reshape the race, in which Clinton holds slim leads in several battleground states. Trump, who has long questioned Clinton's fitness for the presidency, was notably restrained on the health matter, saying he hopes Clinton feels better soon. A new ad, set to air in the battleground states of Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, is squarely aimed at the voters the Trump campaign says Clinton is vilifying. "You know what's deplorable? Hillary Clinton viciously demonizing hard working people like you," concludes the ad. Clinton, who has said she is the candidate to unify a divided country, made the "deplorables" comment at a fundraiser Friday night in New York. She has made similar comments recently, including on an Israeli television station. "To just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump's supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables.
Though Davis has maintained its consistent A ranking, many A districts in the state would have different ratings if not for the safety net the waiver affords. The State Board of Education voted in August on a plan to assign A grades to fewer Mississippi schools and districts than an administrative task force recommended, but more than the state wanted, the Associated Press reports. The public has the opportunity to comment on the proposed changes until Sept. 13. MDE says it used the accountability system first employed in the 2013-2014 school year to determine rankings for this past year's test scores, and will continue to do so. MDE also says schools and districts will receive their ratings based on a point system that considers not only test scores, but also graduation rates and academic growth. "Accountability grades will be determined by the corresponding numeric score for schools and districts ranking at or above the 90th (A), 63rd (B), 38th (C), and 14th (D) percentiles in 2015-16," MDE said in a Sept. 2 press release. "The exact scores needed to earn a particular grade will be finalized in the first week of October after all school districts have had the opportunity to review their data for accuracy. These scores will be used to determine grades for 2015-16 and future years." The State will release final accountability results to schools and districts on Oct. 18 after they get the opportunity to review their data.
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