Why are there cops in schools?

Protesters on the steps of the Department of Education in New York, NY, demanding the removal of police from schools. (Lev Radin / Shutterstock) To subscribe to The nation Subscribe now for as low as $ 2 per month! Thank you for signing up The nationthe weekly bulletin of. Thank …

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10 ways we could reinvent the idea of ​​college

If we had the opportunity to design a new university today, how could we build such an institution to be distinctive, like no other? Asking such a question may seem unrealistic and impractical, given the disruption to higher education caused by Covid-19. The pandemic has forced far too many institutions …

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FIU embraces full return to campus | News from the FIU

The Panther community expressed its exuberance today at the prospect of its members meeting in unlimited numbers as Summer B courses begin on Monday, June 21. University leaders provided in-depth information and answered dozens of questions at a town hall as an atmosphere of collective excitement and positive anticipation developed …

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How your organization can recognize Juneteenth

Juneteenth isn’t just black history, it’s American history. Over the past year, following Black Lives Matter protests across the country, many American organizations have begun to recognize Juneteenth, or June 19, the anniversary of the day in 1865 when the last group of blacks enslaved Americans was freed by Union …

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U.S. Supreme Court delay seen as Harvard admissions aid

The U.S. Supreme Court has postponed its long-awaited ruling on how to handle the Harvard affirmative action admissions case, a move that experts saw as a largely positive sign for fairness in the world. Higher Education. Harvard successfully defended its policy of ensuring racial diversity in its undergraduate student body …

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