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To Have or Not to Have School Uniforms – The New Indian Express

Express press service BENGALURU: There are two different ways to look at a secular approach: a law that applies to everyone, despite diversity; or equal freedom for all to respect this same diversity. The current issue of school uniforms falls under this dilemma – one uniform for all students in a particular school, or allowing students to wear whatever they …

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Angel’s Strange New World Just Brought Back a Fan-Favorite Buffy Hero

The latest Angel series just brought back a classic Buffy-Verse hero, and they may have brought the next big bad with them. WARNING: The following contains major spoilers for Angel #2, available now from Boom! Studios. Angel has been an indelible part of the Buffy-Verse for decades, but his latest comic book outing is far from anything fans would recognize. …

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A boost for program transparency | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo courtesy of Nicole Wichmann Students from Southview Elementary worked together on a classroom activity. Area school districts, including Marshall Public Schools, say they are open to speaking with parents for questions about books and instructional materials. MARSHALL — Although Lyon County school districts don’t have specific policies about making school materials available online, administrators said …

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CPS: No hijab with student police cadet uniform: Kerala Government | India News

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government has rejected a Muslim student’s request to be allowed to wear the hijab (headscarf) with the uniform of the Cadet Police (SPC), a volunteer force led by the state police among school children. While rejecting the petition on the basis of a High Court directive, the government said the uniforms should ensure the dignity of the …

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Machines can’t teach us to be human

I spent the first two years of high school at a swanky Catholic boys’ academy in Southern California and hated it. The girls ‘question, never far from my thoughts, could not be answered and the corresponding girls’ school on the other side of town was run like a medieval mountain convent, that is to say like a fortress. At the …

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Restrictions imposed on the Catholic school club

VANCOUVER – Vancouver school officials have placed restrictions on a Catholic student club operating at a public high school, preventing the club founder from sharing his faith with students. The officials’ edict means the club will now have to limit its weekly meetings to socializing and general discussions about Catholicism, said Timothy Que, a grade 11 student at Eric Hamber …

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Board of Directors honors outstanding employees for their commitment to students – Charles County Public Schools

At its December 14 meeting, the Board of Education honored four students from Charles County Public Schools (CCPS). School principals annually select a student and staff member for board recognition. Students are honored for their accomplishments in the areas of academic success, career preparation, and personal responsibility. At the meeting were honored Lewis Benton of Mary B. Neal Elementary School; …

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More Orthodox Jewish women are ordained; change is uneven

At the South Philadelphia Shtiebel, a 5 foot high partition, called a “mechitza”, separates the men from the women in accordance with … At the South Philadelphia Shtiebel, a 5 foot high partition, called a “mechitza”, separates the men from the women in accordance with ancient tradition. But when it comes time for the sermon, Rabbanit Dasi Fruchter, the leader …

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This teacher was fired because of his sexuality

Laws already allow some schools to discriminate against LGBTIQ teachers. Craig Campbell is one of those who lost their jobs for what they are. High school teacher Craig Campbell received an email from the WA Teacher Registration Board indicating that after working for two years as a relief teacher at a Baptist college south of Perth, he had been kidnapped …

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Letter from the school principal: “We must do better”

Principal of Paso Robles High School” width=”472″ height=”313″ srcset=”https://pasoroblesdailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/anthony-overton.jpg 600w, https://pasoroblesdailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/anthony-overton-300×199.jpg 300w, https://pasoroblesdailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/anthony-overton-200×133.jpg 200w” sizes=”(max-width: 472px) 100vw, 472px”/> Anthony Overton, Principal of Paso Robles High School. A letter to Bearcat families, students, faculty, staff and the community: Every day we strive to make Paso Robles High School a safe and welcoming environment where students can prepare for college, career and …

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Rastafarian high school student in Ghana struggles to keep his hair

Tyrone Iras Marhguy had to make a difficult decision after being accepted into the high school of his choice: his faith or his education. An official from the elite Achimota school in Ghana told the teenager that he should cut off his dreadlocks before enrolling. For Marhguy, who is Rastafarian, cutting his dreadlocks is not negotiable so he and his …

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Parents try to impeach school principal for reporting Iron Maiden

Parents at a Canadian public high school are trying to remove the principal because she posted images on social media displaying her fandom for Iron Maiden. The controversy stems from photos of Ms. Sharon Burns, the headmistress of the school, displaying the usual rock ‘devil horns’ hand gesture, as well as a hand-made sign with the number 666. The images …

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Jacksonville public college promoted Christian Bible event

Jacksonville public college suffers backlash after encouraging its students to bring Bibles to class. On Tuesday evening, the LaVilla School of the Arts – which is part of the Duval County public school family – announced that Bring Your Bible to School Day would take place on Thursday. The event, which specifically supports Christianity, bills itself as a “national movement …

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Prescott Film Festival returns to YCPAC, October 14-17

A first in Arizona. A look back at NASA’s Apollo program with rarely seen images. Glimpses of the joy of unlikely friends. The cloak and the sword of silent cinema, with a live soundtrack and much more! It all comes back to our local celebration of independent cinema! The Prescott Film Festival returns to the Yavapai College Campus from Thursday …

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Utah Catholics Ready to Help Shape the Future of the Faith

Pope Francis wants to know what you think of the Catholic Church – what it is doing well, how it is falling apart, and where it should be going in the future. By “you”, the pontiff designates the people in the benches, the people who are not in the benches, Christmas and Easter Catholics, former Catholics, priests, nuns, laity, young …

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Olean school administrator has yet to act following protests against principal | New

OLEAN – A week after dozens of community members attended an Olean Education Council meeting in response to comments from an Olean director who is also a pastor, the district has taken no action formal. Following the publication of several videos showing Joel Whitcher, co-director of Olean Intermediate Middle School, commenting on religion, sexual orientation, mental health, poverty, COVID-19 and …

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Live and learn through the Duxbury Seniors Center Curriculum

“That ‘back to school’ vibe is strong here,” media manager Brooke McDonough said ahead of the fall term this month. Although the program is administered by the city’s senior center, its course offerings are open to anyone, from all communities and of all ages. “We love to see friends and neighbors reconnect and new friendships forged through these classes,” said …

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Texas Board of Education moves to main Ax, accused of promoting CRT for fear of intimate clichés

The Texas Board of Education decided to fire the principal over critical theory allegations after he frowned during a Facebook photoshoot with his wife. On Monday, the Grapevine Collieville Independent School District Education Council voted unanimously 7-0 for the non-renewal of Dr. James Whitfield, principal of Collieville Heritage High School. Contract. This is the first step in a two step …

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Fall Lecture Series | Community

DOVER – The Woodman Museum 2021 Fall Speaker Series kicks off Wednesday, October 6, featuring five incredible NH speakers, every Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. until November 3, at the Woodman Museum 182 Central Avenue in Dover. Olga Morrill: Wednesday October 6: NH author Olga Morrill kicks off the Autumn Lecture Series at the Woodman Museum with an open discussion …

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Death notice of VERL HINATSU (1953 – 2021) – Boise, ID

Verl HinatsuNovember 26, 1953 – August 7, 2021Boise, Idaho – VERL MATHIAS HINATSUA life well livedLongtime Boise, Idaho resident Verl Hinatsu passed away suddenly on August 7, 2021 at the age of 67. Born in Ontario, Oregon on November 26, 1953, he grew up on the family farm in Fruitland, Idaho where he lived with his parents and 4 siblings. …

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Indian Creek Mask Mandate Raises Concern | News, Sports, Jobs

WINTERSVILLE – A temporary mask warrant raised concerns among parents at the Indian Creek school board meeting on Thursday. The measure was adopted during a previous emergency session and was implemented on September 13 with the aim of keeping the number of COVID infections low. Prior to that, masks had been highly recommended, but Superintendent TC Chappelear informed parents of …

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François Vincent Cassidy | News, Sports, Jobs

Francis Vincent Cassidy, 93, of Lancaster, Pa., Died on July 22, 2021 after a long illness. Son of the late Edward Camillus Cassidy and Florine Marie (Harker) Cassidy of Newry. He attended St. Patrick’s School in Newry and graduated from Hollidaysburg High School. During the summers he worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad in the Round House and other jobs before …

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Smithfield launches casual dress code

08/25/2021 SMITHFIELD – Smithfield school administrators have said they have higher priorities than making sure students adhere to a strict dress code as they announced relaxed dress code rules at the school committee meeting in last Monday evening. Smithfield High School principal Dan Kelley said students are now allowed to wear shirts with spaghetti straps under the new rules. They …

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Ezekiel a hero for trying to save siblings

New Sean douglas An hour ago Porters carrying the small coffin of one of three children who perished in a house fire at Rookery Kook in Maraval in front of Rock Church in Morvant after the funeral service. – SUREASH CHOLAI EZEKIEL BURKE, 17, died a hero while trying to save his two younger siblings, Faith, six, and Kayden, three, …

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Parents in Wisconsin are fed up with schools’ attempts to brainwash children

Parents in Wisconsin are fed up with attempts by their school districts to indoctrinate their children, and they’re not going to be silent any longer. For months, parents in the state’s largest suburban GOP stronghold, outside of Milwaukee, tried to push the creeping turn of the Elmbrook school district to the left. Now they are asking other residents to sign …

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Obituary of Françoise Ludlow | Libraries

My friend Frances Ludlow, who died of lung cancer at the age of 68, worked as a librarian at the University of Sheffield for almost 30 years. She suffered from multiple sclerosis for 20 years and volunteered with the MS Society. She endured ill health with stoicism and benevolence, but recently commented on the injustice of it all. Frances was …

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High School Calls For Resource Officer Removal After Complaints Over His ‘Dividing’ Police Public Defense, Thin Blue Line Patch

A suburban Chicago high school dumped its resource officer after receiving complaints about its police “division” public defense and the Thin Blue Line symbol – and the Mount Prospect Police Department chief, in the ‘Illinois, worried about the power a few people may have over a woman’s career, Fox News reported. What’s the background? Agent Lisa Schaps – who served …

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Navajo students capture oral histories in new book about life in Monument Valley

When COVID-19 hit the Navajo reservation last year, families lost more than their loved ones. According to Denece Kitto, principal of Tse’Bii’Nidzisgai Elementary School in Monument Valley, they lost the stories those loved ones were telling. “I kept hearing this line that they left with their stories,” Kitto said. “After hearing it so many times, I was like, ‘Oh my …

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Teacher in hot water after allegedly using N-word in rap music chat

The fate of a white Missouri high school teacher remains unknown after students accused him of using the N word in a discussion of rap music. John Magoffin of Harrisonville High initially told administrators that he couldn’t recall using the full six-letter epithet during the April class discussion, FOX-4 Reports. But a district investigation found that three students confirmed that …

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Written notes: Cleveland High School principal named Tennessee Principal of the Year

Cleveland High School Principal Named Tennessee Principal of the Year by National Group of Principals Autumn O’Bryan, principal of Cleveland High School, received the Tennessee Principal of the Year award from the National Association of High School Principals. A middle or secondary school principal from each state receives the award for their contribution to the profession and for providing high …

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FAMU CAFS to receive $ 19 million share of USDA grants

FAMU CAFS to receive $ 19 million share of USDA scholarship Florida A&M University is one of 1,890 land granting institutions to share $ 19 million in grants for National Institute of Food and Agriculture Fellowship of the United States Department of Agriculture United. FAMU College of Agriculture and Food Sciences dean Robert Taylor said the grant will help recruit …

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