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Opinion | A School Strike That Never Quite Ended

Instead, to toughen instructor range, Shanker labored laborious to unionize instructor aides and to barter a stipend for them to return to college, get their faculty levels and turn into lecturers themselves. Over time, greater than eight,000 paraprofessionals become lecturers, offering the most important unmarried supply of minority lecturers in …

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Autumn internationals: Wales crush Tonga in record 74-24 win

Williams touches down to increase Wales’ lead Autumn global: Wales v Tonga Wales (24) 74 Tries: Penalty attempt, Biggar, L Williams 2, S Evans, T Williams, Morgan, Hill, A Davies, Patchell Cons: Biggar Four, Patchell Four Pens: Biggar 2 Tonga (17) 24 Tries: Fifita, Mafi, Vailanu Cons: Takulua Three Pens: …

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Opinion | Trump and Acosta: When Showboats Collide

But this isn’t an epic drama. It’s a fact display. And like fact displays, it doesn’t have a hero. The power presence of cameras has some way of eroding public affection for no matter they’re educated on, whilst mockingly expanding urge for food for the subject material. (See: The Real …

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