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Oregon education guide encourages schools to hide students’ gender identity from parents

Oregon education officials released a guide Thursday on how schools should deal with gender ideology following “dehumanizing media coverage against gender-affirming education.” The 48-page guide released by the Oregon Department of Education, titled “Supporting Gender Expansive Students, Guidance for Schools,” also encourages schools not to inform parents of their child’s gender identity. “To the extent […]

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‘Constitution’ gets a grilling in thought-provoking Florida Studio Theater play

Amy Bodnar stars in the Florida Studio Theater production of Heidi Schreck’s play “What the Constitution Means to Me.” When she was 15 years old, Heidi Schreck banked a lot of scholarship money for her future college education by competitively speaking or debating at American Legion halls about the US Constitution and whatever personal connection

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Education and Science, a memorandum of cooperation was signed between the Republic of San Marino and Georgia

A few months after the celebration of 30 years of diplomatic relations between the Republic of San Marino and Georgia, the official visit to the Titan of SE Mikhail ShankiliMinister of Education and Science of Georgia and his accompanying delegation. The Ministry of Education reported the news, explaining that “Shinkili held a bilateral meeting with

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Education about residential schools brings students to Towne Theater for documentary – Vernon News

Learning about the truth Photo: Jon Manchester School students from across the Vernon area learned this week about the pain of Canada’s residential school system. Along with in-class lessons, busloads of students converged on the Towne Theater downtown to view the documentary The Secret Path. The film was created by Gord Downie of The Tragically

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Former student of Christian school asks education minister to close it

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Former students of Legacy Christian Academy met with Education Minister Dustin Duncan on Wednesday. Caitlin Erickson Photo by Matt Smith /Saskatoon StarPhoenix Article content Pleading for more action after what she and others allege has been decades of abuse, a former student at a Christian school in Saskatoon has directly

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Families will save big as child care fees cut as much as $550 more per month

Starting in December, parents in British Columbia will save as much as an additional $550 per month for each child they have in participating licensed child care centres. “Child care is one of the biggest bills many families face each month,” said Katrina Chen, BC’s Minister of State for Child Care. “Cutting child care fees

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Education takes an unusual back seat in Georgia election

LILBURN, Ga. (AP) — Like schools nationwide, those in Georgia face some big decisions in coming years. But polls show K-12 education trailing among voter concerns this year, and candidates are spending more time talking about inflation, the economy, abortion and guns. When it comes to education issues, Gwinnett County parent and former teacher Missy

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