California charter school war resumes again

In summary California’s perpetual dispute over charter schools resumed this year, resulting in a temporary truce. When Gavin Newsom took over from Jerry Brown as governor of California two years ago, it reignited the Capitol Hill’s long-standing dispute over charter schools, which receive public funds but operate independently of traditional …

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Temperatures soar to highs of 80 at Bronx Public School

New York City schoolchildren are sweating another sweltering summer in classrooms without air conditioning. “It’s brutal every year,” said Shawanda Weems, an English professor at PS / MS 15 in the University Heights section of the Bronx, who recorded indoor temperatures hitting 88 degrees this week. “Last week a 5-year-old …

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Pro-Lifers Call for Fauci’s Termination for NIH Funding for ‘Barbarian’ Research Involving Aborted Babies and Mice

America’s largest pro-life youth organization, Students for Life of America, met outside the National Institutes of Health headquarters in Bethesda, Md., On Thursday to call for the expert’s immediate resignation controversial infectious disease and White House public health adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is also the head of the NIH’s …

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A welcome turnaround for USF College of Education

This article represents the opinion of the Tampa Bay Times Editorial Board. The University of South Florida sent two welcoming messages this week appointing Anthony Rolle as the new dean of its College of Education. Coming just months after an ill-fated attempt to shut down the college’s undergraduate program, the …

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NSHE Regents elect McAdoo and Carter as officers

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) Board of Trustees elected President Cathy McAdoo and Vice President Patrick Carter as board members for fiscal 2022. The board of regents is made up of a president and a vice-president elected by the regents. The mandate of elected officials is one year, …

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