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Jun 22 2022
How did the pandemic disrupt learning for America's more than 50 million K-12 students?
For two years, that question has felt immeasurable, like a phantom, though few educators doubted the shadow it cast over children who spent months struggling to learn online.
Now, as a third pandemic school year draws to a close, new research offers the clearest accounting yet of the crisis'sNPR (Online News)
Oct 19 2017
A dominantly black public school in Mississippi named after Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States in the 1860s, will be renamed after former President Barrack Obama, according to a report released Wednesday.The Daily Caller
Feb 03 2022
16 Female Swimmers Say Trans Teammate Lia Thomas Should Not Be Allowed To Compete, Fear Retaliation For Speaking Up
Sixteen women on the University of Pennsylvania swim team said their transgender teammate, Lia Thomas, should not be allowed to compete in the women’s category, The Washington Post reported.
The teammates sent a letter to the university and to Ivy League officials asking that they not take legal action against new NCAA rules which would block Thomas from competing in the 2022The Daily Caller
Feb 03 2022
Michael Phelps calls Lia Thomas controversy 'complicated'; highlights need for 'level playing field'
U.S. Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps has weighed in on the controversy surrounding the University of Pennsylvania's Lia Thomas, calling the transgender swimmer’s recent success “complicated.”
“I believe that we all should feel comfortable with who we are in our own skin, but I think sports should all be played on an even playing field,” he said in an interview with CNN’s ChristianeThe Hill
Feb 24 2021
On Monday, Justices Thomas, Alito, and Gorsuch dissented from the Supreme Court’s decision to deny review of a Pennsylvania supreme court decision that extended by three days the legislatively enacted deadline for receiving mail-in ballots. The legal question raised by the state Republican party’s certiorari petition concerned whether and to what extent the Constitution’s conferral ofNational Review
Jun 01 2022
John Adams, who would soon surrender the presidency to Thomas Jefferson, ventured up to Capitol Hill on Nov. 22, 1800, to deliver the first-ever in-person presidential address in the not-yet-finished home of the United States Congress.
It was noon on a Saturday. What message did he deliver?
First, Adams congratulated the American people for building the Capitol itself.
Sep 17 2021
In a talk at the University of Notre Dame on Thursday, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas showed his frustration with an increasingly divided America and lamented what he called a "race-obsessed world."
The second Black justice on the Supreme Court made a rare public appearance at the university, following a year of social unrest, racial tension and politicization of classroomUSA TODAY
Jun 13 2022
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signed a bill into law Monday allowing school districts across the state to authorize teachers, principals and other staff to carry guns into classrooms with just 24 hours of training.
The new law – initially introduced by state Republican Rep. Thomas Hall as House Bill 99 – will lower the required training hours for the armed personnel from about 700 hours to justFox News (Online News)
Nov 19 2013
A friend recently sent me a link to an inspiring video about an upbeat young black man who was born without arms. It showed him going to work -- unlike the record number of people living on government payments for disabilities that are far less serious if not fictitious.Townhall