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Federal Bill Pushes Critical Theory, War On Whites Into School Districts

Posted by on Apr 12, 2021 in Commentaries, Daily, Featured | 0 comments

Federal Bill Pushes Critical Theory, War On Whites Into School Districts

By Carole Hornsby Haynes With the recent bipartisan introduction in Congress of the Civics Secures Democracy Act (CSDA) to “supercharge civics education,” the American taxpayer will be gouged for $6 billion for woke education. If passed, this bill will politicize civics and history and jet propel the war on whites into federal education policy. On March 11 Republicans, Senator John Cornyn and Representative Tom Cole, joined Democrat Senator Chris Coons and two House Democrats to introduce the Civics Secures Democracy Act. Colleges of...

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Biden administration spending $60 million weekly to shelter migrant minors

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Biden administration spending $60 million weekly to shelter migrant minors

The government projects that by September, about 22,000 to 26,000 unaccompanied minors will arrive at the border each month and require federal care. Unaccompanied migrant boys were at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection migrant processing center in El Paso on March 29. Credit: Ivan Pierre Aguirre for The Texas Tribune The Biden administration appears to be spending at least $60 million per week to care for the more than 16,000 migrant teenagers and children in shelters operated by the Department of Health and Human Services, and those costs...

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More Black Students Return to School, But Attendance Rates Hover Below 90 Percent

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More Black Students Return to School, But Attendance Rates Hover Below 90 Percent

By Linda Jacobson Average attendance rates are similar across learning models, but could be hiding increasing absenteeism among some students. (National Center for Education Statistics) The percentage of Black students returning to in-person learning has inched up since January, according to the latest update on pandemic school participation from the Institute of Education Sciences. At fourth grade, the monthly School Survey shows the percentage of Black students in remote-only classrooms dropped from 58 to 54 percent. While white students...

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Tabloid Pyrite

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Tabloid Pyrite

The New York Post is a goldmine for education stories.  Fools gold.  Its investigative reports glisten with malice and their purported straight news is crookedly angled.  They taint and contort facts out of recognition.  They equate truth with their editorial bias.  In a typical single day’s issue (4/9), there were several examples. The front-page headline blames the “selfish union” who “have tortured our kids.”  That was a reference, of course, to their favorite target, the United...

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Hong Kong schools told to do more to promote national security awareness, with flag-raising ceremony among suggestions from city’s education minister

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Hong Kong schools told to do more to promote national security awareness, with flag-raising ceremony among suggestions from city’s education minister

Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says city’s schools have been sent a letter advising them to hold more activities this week National Security Education Day is on Thursday, and teachers have been advised to use morning assemblies to explain concepts around new law Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says city’s schools have been sent a letter advising them to hold more activities this week, including flag-raising ceremonies and playing the national anthem. A banner advertising National Security Education Day is displayed at Victoria Park...

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The U.S. Not Prepared for Mini Ice Age: Wake Up

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The U.S. Not Prepared for Mini Ice Age: Wake Up

Imbecile, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, ‘climate change’ cult members from the brain dead Hollywood screeching club, ignorant politicians including too many Republicans in Congress, reporters, those scared by the nonsense coming from mega mouths Greta Thunberg , Al Gore (bechev) and others believe we have a scant 9-10 years before the earth fries us all like a microwave oven. Americans are gearing up for summer as spring is in full bloom.  Hot temperatures we normally see in states like Arizona, Texas, Florida and others will soon be upon...

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Course One of AWS Assistant System Architect: Storage and EC2 Computing Resources

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Course One of AWS Assistant System Architect: Storage and EC2 Computing Resources

Course Objective: Master the concept and use of S3, EBS, EFS storage, and EC2 instance computing resources. Suitable Crowd: The course is designed for students who are interested in AWS cloud computing and want to learn more about AWS public cloud platform. A Brief Introduction of the Trainer Trainer Liam Chen has more than 14 years of working experience in IT industry and in many multinational IT companies. He has rich practical experience in consulting and implementing IT infrastructure and cloud computing. His customers include large...

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Cannabis Edibles or Smoking: What Is Better?

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Cannabis Edibles or Smoking: What Is Better?

Since 2018, Canada has become the first major country to legalize marijuana use for adults, especially for medical reasons. This means that you can legally purchase the marijuana itself or products made from it: oil, extracts, straws, or edible analogs of the usual products with the addition of cannabis. You can try any edibles in Canada. Almost anything you love to eat can be prepared with cannabis. The Alleged Effect of Edible Cannabis Cannabis is indicated for those suffering from: severe pain caused by cancer, fractures,...

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St. Mary’s College of Maryland Initiative Rethinks a Liberal Arts Education

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St. Mary’s College of Maryland Initiative Rethinks a Liberal Arts Education

by Sarah Wood To better prepare students for the workforce, St. Mary’s College of Maryland sought to redefine a liberal arts education. Dr. Tuajuanda C. Jordan Through a data analysis of local industry needs and students’ experiences, the Learning Through Experiential and Applied Discovery (LEAD) initiative emerged. Among the initiative’s goals is the incorporation of professional career development skills such as communication, teamwork and project management within the core curriculum and in every discipline at St. Mary’s College. Under the...

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Is a Cultural Revolution Brewing in America?

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Is a Cultural Revolution Brewing in America?

Charles Hugh Smith The lesson of China’s Cultural Revolution in my view is that once the lid blows off, everything that was linear (predictable) goes non-linear (unpredictable). There is a whiff of unease in the air as beneath the cheery veneer of free money for almost everyone, inequality and polarization are rapidly consuming what’s left of common ground in America. Though there are many systemic differences between China and the U.S., humans in every nation are all still running Wetware 1.0 and so it is instructive to consider...

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