Florida’s Republican-dominated Legislature on Tuesday passed a bill banning the teaching of sexual orientation and gender identity in kindergarten through third grade, dismissing a wave of criticism from Democrats that it marginalizes LGBTQ people. The proposal, which opponents have dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, is now passing through theRead More →

A bill to address requirements related to “divisive concepts” at Tennessee’s public colleges and universities is expected to be discussed in the Tennessee Senate and House on Wednesday. The bill will require public higher education schools to conduct campus climate surveys of faculty and students every two years regarding students’Read More →

Is a teacher’s ability to mention sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom a threat to elementary school students or does it promote a full and inclusive educational experience? Americans are grappling with the question as initiatives progress in several states that would muzzle public school teachers on LGBTQ-relatedRead More →

More than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, many families in Columbus face obstacles as they attempt to return to the workforce. One of the biggest things they have to go through is finding affordable, high-quality child care. Following:“Parents tell us what they need to get back to work.” RepairRead More →

Florida’s Republican-controlled House Judiciary Committee introduced a bill on Wednesday that state Democrats say only fan the flames of the state legislature’s partisan culture war. . supported by Republicans House Bill 7, titled “Individual Freedom,” could prevent Florida educators from teaching sensitive topics — such as race, discrimination and historicalRead More →

– Advertising – Residents of the Borough of Gedling had the opportunity to question the Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner and local police chiefs last night (October 7) in a public meeting online. Residents were invited to submit questions and comments ahead of the meeting hosted by Caroline Henry, NottinghamRead More →

Kootenay — Columbia candidates from left to right: Robin Goldsbury, Wayne Stetski, Rana Nelson and Rob Morrison. Photographic illustration by Bailey Gingras-Hamilton As the federal election approaches, young leaders and environmental activists are pressuring potential candidates to commit to climate change, affordable housing and more. Friday’s For Future West KootenayRead More →

The UK Educators Safety Committee held an online meeting on Saturday to outline a response to the pandemic based on science and the need to protect the health, livelihoods and lives of workers. He proposed a program to oppose the collective immunity policies of Prime Minister Boris Johnson which sacrificedRead More →

Thursday 01 July 2021 / 8:54 AM / By AfDB / Header image credit: Twitter; @ AGRF AGRF’s agricultural twinning platform initiative connects some 4,000 actors in the agricultural sector with investment and networking opportunities The new African Development Bank Vice President for Agriculture, Human and Social Development, Dr BethRead More →

DEDHAM – With the city’s annual municipal elections fast approaching, Women in Democracy Dedham and the Dedham Junior Women’s Club have organized a virtual, non-partisan forum to meet candidates for the Dedham Parks and Recreation Commission, at the library board and board of health. The forum, which was hosted viaRead More →