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Both presidential candidates talked about early-childhood issues in high-profile speeches recently, giving advocates hope that the conversation around the quality and affordability of child care and pre-K will continue.
Thousands of students gathered in Charlottesville for the raucous off-campus, back-to-school party, though some described it as “tamer.”
She forced him to tell several classes how inferior he was. Why would a principal turn so quickly, publicly and viciously against a teacher who sought her help?
'Obviously, students of color need teachers of color, but from experience I know the importance of white students having teachers of color too,'
They raise more questions than they answer.
School officials are pleading with students to stay away from the off-campus party Saturday. It has been the scene of out-of-control drinking, and last year an alleged sexual assault among athletes.
'We have radically altered our own evolved species behavior by segregating children artificially in same-age peer groups instead of mixed-age communities, by compelling them to be indoors and sedentary for most of the day, by asking them to learn from text-based artificial materials instead of contextualized real-world activities, by dictating arbitrary timetables for learning rather than following the unfolding of a child’s developmental readiness.'
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