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Help Students Focus on the Resistors Who Confront Oppression

Last updated: 05/31/2020

One of my children has repeatedly begged me to not talk about us being Jewish. When I asked her why, she said, “So that we don’t get put on a list and taken away.” Ugh....

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US higher education system is ‘capstone of inequality’

Last updated: 05/31/2020

Higher education in the US has “become a system that justifies race and class inequality”, according to Anthony Carnevale, founder and director of the Georgetown University...

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Why Your Healthcare System Needs a Digital Front Door

Last updated: 05/31/2020

Consumers expect healthcare providers to deliver an online user experience that’s as smooth and effortless as the non-healthcare sites they visit. Find out how a “digital front...

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6-year-old boy was regularly locked inside a shed in Dallas, arrest warrants allege

Last updated: 05/31/2020

Officers said the boy had been "locked in the pitch-black shed... for an extended period of time with no food or water" when they found him, two affidavits state. A 6-year-old...

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Building on lockdown relationships

Last updated: 05/31/2020

The further re-opening of schools will still involve a large role for remote education and home learning. Ben Case looks at how the improvements in parental engagement that we...

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Dallas City Council unanimously approves city’s first climate action plan

Last updated: 05/30/2020

Dallas City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved the city’s first climate action, aimed at making Dallas more sustainable and mitigating the effects of climate...

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Dallas weighing 8% property tax hike as city faces revenue shortages

Last updated: 05/30/2020

This story is developing and will be updated. Dallas is feeling COVID-19′s financial impact, and now officials may consider raising property taxes to shore up next year’s...

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How reopening schools will throw the traditional school day out the window

Last updated: 05/30/2020

Sixteen students to a class. One-way hallways. Students lunch at their desks. Children could get one ball to play with — alone. Masks are required. A staggered school day brings...

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'Students like the flexibility': why online universities are here to stay

Last updated: 05/30/2020

With the coronavirus pandemic radically reshaping the education system, universities may never be the same again The coronavirus pandemic has forced UK universities to rapidly...

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No decision on all primary years back to school

Last updated: 05/30/2020

It is still not decided whether or not all primary children will really be asked back to school next month, schools minister Nick Gibb told MPs. After the first wave of pupils...

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