Texas Governor Candidate: Whistleblower Alleges “Critical Racial Theory Indoctrination” at State Agency

A The whistleblower has revealed information about a Texas state agency that forced “critical indoctrination of racial theory” among employees, according to Texas candidate for governor Don Huffines. The anonymous whistleblower, identified only as an employee of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, shared the material with the …

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LANL physicist Wojciech Żurek honored in Poland

LANL physicist Wojciech Å»urek recently received two honorary doctorates in Krakow, Poland. Courtesy photo Teacher. Wojciech Å»urek recently received one of two honorary doctorate honors in Krakow, Poland. Courtesy photo Staff report: Professor Wojciech Å»urek, theoretical physicist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), recently received two honorary doctorates. AGH …

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The four women who upset philosophy

November 6, 2021 The women are up to something. By Benjamin Lipscomb. Oxford University Press; 326 pages; $ 27.95 and £ 20 “THERE HAS never been a woman who could do philosophy as she can. This is what Philippa Foot said of her friend, Elizabeth Anscombe, in a recommendation to …

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The PaSh project – Taking the Unix philosophy one step further

The PaSh project gives your POSIX script some superpowers using parallelization to speed up execution times. This leads to faster results for data scientists, engineers, biologists, economists, administrators and programmers. I remember the days when the saying was “Learn Perl so you don’t have to learn the Shell and its …

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Poverty reduction: Learning from the field

ZBYNEK BURIVAL-UNSPLASH “There are people in the world who are so hungry, that God can only appear to them in the form of bread. “- Mahatma Gandhi Ten years ago Indonesia was struggling with its biggest social assistance program. His Raskin program, Rice for the Poor, received $ 1.5 billion …

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Person arrested during Freedom Center sit-in

Members of the activist groups Extinction Rebellion and Kochs Off Campus! gathered at the University of Arizona on Thursday, October 28 to protest the alleged funding of the Center for the Philosophy of Freedom by Charles Koch and related organizations. An individual was arrested at the Freedom Center. Charles Koch …

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Meet the candidates of the Audubon Board of Education

We invited the candidates for the Audubon School Board to tell voters a bit about themselves before the vote. Here is how they responded. By Matt Skoufalos | November 1, 2021 On November 2, Audubon voters will choose from two candidates in the ballot for three seats on the district …

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Coca-Cola unveils new platform and brand philosophy in Kenya

NAIROBI, Kenya, October 30 – The Coca-Cola System in Kenya today unveiled the Real Magic brand philosophy and platform that invites everyone to celebrate the true magic of humanity. The Real Magic platform includes a new graphic identity for the Coke brand which includes Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Light / Diet Coke …

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Army of Thieves’ end (and its origin) explained

One of the unexpected joys of Zack Snyderzombie-classified heist extravaganza Army of the dead was Matthias Schweighöfer as Dieter, the charming security hacker, so the idea of ​​a romantic and dashing character-driven spinoff movie would be good news… With the exception of one bittersweet (and somewhat spoiler) fact: Dieter, like …

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James Sunser | Rochester Business Journal

James sunser President, Genesee Community College Years in current role: ten What do you like most about your role? The ability to work with a dedicated board of directors and a talented group of faculty and staff to promote an environment focused on student success. GCC truly puts students and …

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Is it possible to write an unbiased history of human civilization?

Together, Will and Ariel Durant have written more than 53 investigations into human existence. Many of them, including The history of philosophy and the eleven-volume series History of civilization, have become national bestsellers. The latter earned the couple a Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction as well as a Presidential Medal …

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5 Ways Beginners Can Learn New-Age Digital Marketing Tools

Digital Marketing is a promising career path for learners of all backgrounds, offering a high salary scale, job security, a variety of roles and exciting growth opportunities. Perhaps every company’s service or product-based marketing tactics are now incomplete without proper use of the digital space. Whether it’s SEO, Google Ads, …

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Feehery: Critical Thinking Theory | The hill

EEducation is the main issue in the Virginia governor’s race. This is generally not a good topic for Republicans, as Democrats usually make it a referendum to spend more money. But this year, the question is not how much money is spent on education; this is how money is spent …

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Transcending Borders and Borders – The Hindu

Kamla Bhasin’s genius lay in her ability to overcome different fault lines and build diverse coalitions. The fields of peacebuilding and protest are generally seen as occupying separate and discrete worlds. However, in women’s movements in South Asia, from the 1980s onwards but more visibly in the 1990s, these became …

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Montezuma-Cortez Superintendent Suggests Getting State Contribution Before Cutting Elementary Curriculum – The Journal

Members of the Montezuma-Cortez Education Council discuss the spirit and wisdom curriculum at the elementary school level. Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1 YouTube Mind and Wisdom Curriculum under review in RE-1 A vote to dissolve the current primary education mind and wisdom curriculum was tabled at the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School District …

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Three Los Alamos scientists elected 2021 Fell

image: From left to right: Eric Brown, Nathan Moody and Takeyasu Ito, 2021 APS Fellows. seen Following Credit: Left to Right: 2021 APS Fellows Eric Brown, Nathan Moody and Takeyasu Ito. LOS ALAMOS, New Mexico, October 20, 2021-Three scientists from the Los Alamos National Laboratory have been elected members by …

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Indo-American congressman pays tribute to Jain poet and philosopher Shrimad Rajchandraji

Indo-American Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi paid tribute to the life of remarkable Jain poet, scholar, religious leader and philosopher Shrimad Rajchandraji in the House of Representatives. Krishnamoorthi, in his remarks in the House of Representatives on Wednesday, acknowledged the many writings, especially his spiritual and poetic masterpiece, Atmasiddhi Shastra. “Born in …

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WC VP Answers Questions About Clinton County Success

Wilmington College’s recent update of its scholarships and awards program to make WC attendance even more affordable for local students has raised questions about the successful Clinton County Succeeds (CCS) program. The College offers Clinton County high school graduates a grant of up to $ 10,000 upon WC graduation. This …

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NMSU runs on clean energy

Patrick Chavez, director of utilities and plant operations, shows the ice storage tanks at the NMSU’s ice water plant, where ice is made at night and then melted during the day to cool campus buildings . (Courtesy of NMSU) Copyright © 2021 Albuquerque Journal BY KEVIN ROBINSON-AVILANewspaper editor LAS CRUCES …

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The sleepy races of the school boards are waking up

The Blue Valley School District in Johnson County, Kansas has some of the best public high schools in the state. Typically, school board candidates sail to unopposed victory, while the turnout is a meager single-digit percentage of all eligible voters. “Very sleepy, very calm,” said Andrew Van Der Laan, who …

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Philanthropy Philosophy – The Jerusalem Post

Meir Panim has a unique philosophy, says Mimi Rozmaryn, Director of Global Development, which extends to both clients and benefactors. “Meir Panim was founded to create a positive experience for its recipients, to give with dignity and respect so that there is an elimination of the stigma of being on …

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Jose Rodriguez named American V fellow

image: José Rodriguez is researching catalysts to improve clean energy production and control environmental pollution. seen Following Credit: Brookhaven National Laboratory UPTON, NY — José Rodriguez, a chemist in the US Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory and assistant professor in the departments of chemistry and materials science and chemical …

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Critical Integrity Theory

The definition of integrity is unambiguous: it is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles. Integrity is widely accepted as a virtuous attribute and considered to be the basis of almost all human achievements considered to be valid. All major religions point to it as a divine …

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Hansen: The critical debate on racial theory is a distraction from the real issue: making schools places where children can truly be themselves

Get essential education information and commentary delivered straight to your inbox. register here for the daily 74’s newsletter. An children return to school this fall, the world of education is turned upside down by the critical non-problem of racial theory. I say no problem because no school or district teaches …

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Social Responsiveness Award – call for entries

Dear colleagues and students Applications and nominations are open and encouraged for the 2021 Social Responsiveness Awards. Recipients will be announced in December and will be celebrated as part of the April 2022 graduation ceremonies. Social responsiveness is at the heart of UCT’s work as a committed institution. It is …

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Metal Gear Rising: Revenge Runs Deeper Than You Think

Metal Gear Rising: Vengeance was an odd entry into the legendary stealth saga, being more focused on fast-paced action and brutal cyborg battles than the traditional stealth of the series. As such, it can be easy to assume that the game is a brainless button press compared to the rest …

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How neoliberalism hijacked human rights

The return of Democrats to the White House is very interesting, both for neoliberalism and for human rights. Secretary of State Antony Blinken recently said the Biden administration will put human rights at the center of its foreign policy. It is very clear that this is part of the new …

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Penn State Altoona’s historic video highlights Edwin Zoller

ALTOONA, PA – The next installment in Penn State Altoona’s historic video project provides information on Edwin Zoller. Zoller was a husband, father, teacher, veteran, philosopher, and painter who lived near Tyrone, Pennsylvania. He taught painting and philosophy at Penn State Altoona and is best known for his paintings which …

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Chicago Film Festival returns to GSU | Culture & Leisure

Tickets for the fourth Chicago Southland International Film Festival (CSIFF) presented by Governors State University are now available. This year’s festival provides expanded access to Chicagoland, remote / rural and international viewers through a hybrid on-site and virtual delivery model. Virtual streaming will be offered via the Eventive platform from …

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Learn the treasures of philosophy

A set of values, normally made up of standards that serve as guides in recognizing what is right or wrong, right or wrong, virtuous or sinful, generally governs the conduct of people belonging to a race, creed, faith or organization. like-minded people. Such standards generally relate to ethical conduct or …

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Humanities Welcomes New Professors and Staff

New Faculty Josefina Bittar, Assistant Professor, Languages ​​and Applied Linguistics Josefina bittar got his doctorate. in Linguistics at the University of New Mexico. After earning her BA in Spanish Language and Literature from the Universidad Nacional de Asunción (Paraguay), she was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to earn an MA in …

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UPDATE: Racial Justice Commissioners’ Town Hall appears to be in violation of bylaws, FOIA | Securities

Three members of the Prince William County Racial and Social Justice Commission appear to have violated the panel’s statutes and the Virginia Freedom of Information Act. Commissioners Charles Haddow (Coles District), London Steverson (Brentsville) and Erica Tredinnick (Gainesville) held a town hall on Tuesday at Patriot High School on Critical …

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