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CPS teachers get in heated feud after one hangs African American doll from cord in classroom

CPS teachers get in heated feud after one hangs African American doll from cord in classroom

Whitney Young Principal Joyce Kenner said in an email Tuesday that an official incident report was filed after the dustup and said the school would follow “the official disciplinary protocol established by Chicago Public Schools.” Two teachers at Whitney Young Magnet High School swore at each other during a heated argument in front of students […]

School apologizes after teacher leads preschoolers in chant slamming Biden – Action News Jax

School apologizes after teacher leads preschoolers in chant slamming Biden – Action News Jax

A private school in California is apologizing over an incident where a preschool teacher led her students in a chant calling for the ouster of President Joe Biden, The Washington Post is reporting. A video showed a teacher at Turning Point Christian School in Norco, California, asking the students, “Who’s our president?” “Biden,” the students […]

19 children sent to hospital after SUV crashes into California day care, authorities say – USA Today

19 children sent to hospital after SUV crashes into California day care, authorities say – USA Today

REDDING, Calif. — At least 19 children and one employee were sent to the hospital with injuries after a SUV crashed into a day care center in Anderson, California, on Thursday afternoon, police said. Hospital officials said that at least two children were taken to UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento for admission to the pediatric intensive care unit. One […]

Advocates for affordable housing, all-day kindergarten in Utah say they’ve been short-funded

Advocates for affordable housing, all-day kindergarten in Utah say they’ve been short-funded

SALT LAKE CITY — Advocates for affordable housing and all-day kindergarten say the Utah State Legislature is not fully funding bills that would greatly help Utahns. At a news conference on the Utah State Capitol steps on Tuesday, advocates for the homeless and affordable housing complained that lawmakers had only funded $55 million of the […]

What parents need to succeed in academia and how universities can help – Times Higher Education

What parents need to succeed in academia and how universities can help – Times Higher Education

The challenges for parents working in higher education are many and they are not new. And while both men and women can and do take on primary care responsibility for children, research demonstrates that – on average – mothers continue to do the lion’s share of domestic labour and childcare, whether in a heterosexual partnership […]