[ad_1] Florida officials continued their war on education this week after rejecting more than 50 proposed math textbooks that allegedly “included references to Critical Race Theory.” “Reasons for rejecting textbooks included references to Critical Race [...]
[ad_1] Last August, when U.S. troops left Afghanistan, hundreds of Afghans were attending U.S.-funded colleges. The goal was to help Afghan students get a high-quality education, either in Afghanistan or another country such as Kyrgyzstan, [...]
[ad_1] Some people are apparently out for unicorn blood in Ohio. Parents in the Buckeye Valley School District near Columbus reportedly mobilized last week to ban the children’s book “It’s Okay to Be a Unicorn.” [...]
[ad_1] Parenting involves a lot of routines. But even in the day-to-day grind, there’s always something new, interesting or downright hilarious to observe. Take school pick-up, for example. The funny parents of Twitter frequently share [...]
[ad_1] RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A North Carolina women’s college announced on Wednesday that it is renaming a building named after a white supremacist who supported unequal funding for schools based on race. The board [...]
[ad_1] Liz Sheridan, beloved for her role as Jerry Seinfeld’s mom on the hit show “Seinfeld,” died of natural causes on Thursday, her rep confirmed to Deadline. She was 93. Sheridan, who was born in [...]
[ad_1] It’s often difficult to put into words the influence that mothers and maternal figures have in our lives, and even more difficult to adequately express gratitude for all that they do. Jewelry can be [...]
[ad_1] An ambitious effort by the World Health Organization to calculate the global death toll from the coronavirus pandemic has found that vastly more people died than previously believed — a total of about 15 [...]
[ad_1] “Everyone?” I asked the rabbi. “He struck everyone?” “Everyone,” the rabbi said. “Yay!” my classmates cheered. God, it seems, paints with a wide brush. He paints with a roller. In Egypt, said our rabbi, [...]
[ad_1] To a neuroscientist like me, the inner workings of our emotional brains seem as mysterious as the inner workings of a black hole must have seemed to an astrophysicist like my late father. Yet [...]
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