“The younger students were more obedient and easier to control in a classroom setting,” Khatib said, “and had more respect for their teachers. Among high schoolers, there was a greater ability to understand. But it is in the nature of middle school kids to rebel, not to obey teachers, not to wear masks or keep apart.” … [Read more...] about Israeli Data Show School Openings Were a Disaster That Wiped Out Lockdown Gains
“The original intention for this item was not to remove the confederate flag, rather I wanted to make sure we were abiding by the decision made by a previous council back in 2011 to replace the confederate battle flag with the historically-correct stars and bars flag,” Vielma said. “The full implementation of this order was never fully carried out by previous administrations, but I am hopeful that now we will finally do just that. We have to own up to our history by acknowledging it, but that doesn’t mean we have to honor a symbol that has been overtaken by hate groups.” … [Read more...] about No plans to change Laredo school named after Confederate colonel
One of the leading forces in the Oklahoma case that demanded justice was the football team. Jut like Mizzou’s football squad, Oklahoma had several players with legal issues that were overlooked and quickly forgiven by administrators. Besides Missouri transfer Green-Beckham, other players had attacked female co-eds and were not expelled for those atrocious acts. In fact, they were given relatively lenient punishments by the school. (RELATED: Oklahoma: Tough On Racism, Weak On Assault, Burglary) … [Read more...] about Brace Yourself For Racial Activism In College Football
“I was brought to the United States at the age of four without me knowing I would be waking up to complete strangers in a complete unknown home,” Cortes said. “My mother, who I didn't know much of, came for me later that day. I didn't know much about her since my grandmother raised me since birth. After giving birth to me, my mother left to work in the United States to provide for her parents and, of course, her own child. She did so because of financial problems. … [Read more...] about Laredo siblings share how DACA helped their lives
If the room is spinning right now for you, it’s OK to take a minute to lie down as we ponder the big question: Is Fox going to let Hilton riff on how the political system is rigged and invoke the name of Sanders in a positive way and possibly say something less than glowing about the Republican president? … [Read more...] about Could this San Francisco tech CEO’s show pull Fox to the middle?