Joe Biden announces decision to forgive up to $20,000 in student loans per capita

[ad_1] President Joe Biden announced his final decision to forgive up to $20,000 in student loans for Americans who earn less than $125,000 per year. The president announced details of …

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Texas School District Bans Won’t Promote CRT, ‘Preferred Pronouns’

[ad_1] The Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District in Texas voted Monday to ban the teaching of critical race theory and not to encourage, require or encourage the use of pronouns that …

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Health officials said protesting was ‘more important’ than COVID, but did not do so with schools and learning

[ad_1] During an interview with author and former NPR education correspondent Anya Kamenetz that aired Monday on NPR’s “Morning Edition,” host Steve Inskip said that public health officials need to …

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Maryland’s famous U.K. Professor Builds Surveillance Machine for Communist China

[ad_1] University of Maryland (UMD) professor Dinesh Manocha, a respected scholar in AI and robotics, created machine-learning software “useful for monitoring” that can read people’s personalities and “predicting their behavior” …

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UC Berkeley off-campus house bans white guests from common areas to avoid ‘white violence’

[ad_1] A UC Berkeley off-campus house called “The Person of Color Theme House” reportedly bans white people from common areas to “avoid white violence and presence.” The purported house rules …

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