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A new study shows that books can change children’s views on gender stereotypes. ‹ Literary Center

August 16, 2022, 10:34 a.m. Now, in things that probably didn’t really need to be proven: A group of psychology researchers found that reading books to children in which female characters excel in math and science helps dismantle stereotypes sexist. According to Bob Yirka of Phys.org: The experiment involved reading …

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12 books to accompany you until the end of summer

Placeholder while loading article actions Already, it is the month of August. Maybe you’ve read all the books on that summer list you made in May. Maybe you haven’t started yet. Maybe you just want to start all over again this summer reading. No matter. We’re here to help, with …

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3 recommendations for non-fiction reading : NPR

DANIEL ESTRIN, HOST: You could be swimming in salt water this summer or in chlorinated water or maybe in a deep pool of books. And maybe you don’t know what to read. Well, we’ve got you covered. NPR’s Books We Love, Summer Edition, have all kinds of suggestions from our …

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Republican War on the Books: They Don’t Just Want to Control Your Body – Next, Your Mind

Once Republicans started falsely accusing educators and librarians of “grooming” children for sexual abuse, it was only a matter of time before there was talk of jailing them. Sure enough, in a clip collected by Tennessee Holler, a newly elected district attorney in Hamilton County, Tennessee, did just that during …

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5 Books Every Costume Design Student Should Read

Costumers are an integral part of any theater. While the audience can see a beautiful costume on stage, behind the scenes there is a lot of detail and work in the preparation of each costume design. Costume designers shine through their work on stage by understanding not only each piece, …

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Proving Ground Review: The Women Who Made America’s Computing Great | Books

In 1942, the unthinkable happened. This “request for help” ad appeared in the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin: “Looking for Women Math Majors.” The ad was placed by the US Army, which was hiring women to work at the Moore School of Electrical Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. Kathleen McNulty was …

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Volusia school board candidates tackle teacher shortages and banned books

Teacher pay, banned books and staffing shortages are among the many challenges facing members of the Volusia County School Board. The 10 candidates for the three open seats on the board of directors in the Aug. 23 ballot were invited to a candidates’ forum Saturday in Deltona. Four participated. Voters …

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Melia Frazier needs your help to collect 1,000 miscellaneous books

One Girl Scout is on a mission to diversify the books in local school libraries, and it has collected nearly 300 titles to date. Melia Frazier, 11, said her school had Harry Potter books and the American Girl series, but none of the books featured people who looked like her. …

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Bi-weekly two-day exams in Punjab, students still have no books : The Tribune India

Tribune press service Watts Architect Muktsar, August 2 The Ministry of Education has announced the schedule for bi-monthly exams for classes VI to XII in public schools in the state, but students are still waiting for some textbooks. Distribution in progress Some textbooks may not have …

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I want my child to read forbidden books. here’s why

A few months ago, a long-awaited moment in my life happened: my 8-year-old daughter reluctantly let me read an excerpt from my favorite childhood book, Harriet the spy. When I opened my original copy, now faded, yellowed and torn, and started reading about this judged tomboy who is determined to …

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MILLIGAN: Business needs more books

English, as every elementary school student knows, is not only the language most of us speak here in the United States, but also a subject, alongside math and science in the curriculum. Just like history metamorphosed into “social studies” at one point, English lessons can sometimes go by another name, …

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Anh Do’s interview about Wolf Girl 7 and Smarty Pup books

Anh Do has a vision: a world in which all the characters in his books find themselves in a Marvel-like universe. There could be a wolf girl movie and ninja child shows up to help, he says. “I have 10 titles and about 15 characters right now,” he says. age …

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Book review: ‘Proving Ground’ profiles the first female programmers | Books and Literature

MAE ANDERSON Associated Press NEW YORK — “Proving Ground: The Untold Story of the Six Women Who Programmed the World’s First Supercomputer,” by Kathy Kleiman (Grand Central Publishing) When the world’s first general-purpose programmable electronic computer, known as the ENIAC, made its debut in 1946, great fanfare was given to …

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why Gen Z fell in love with the ‘dark academia’

Alisha Howarth, 25, who has the TikTok handle DarkAcademiaOnly, says the term “has been floating around for a while and has probably become mainstream over the past couple of years.” It had already resonated with social media subcultures like cottagecore and naturecore – essentially a romanticized view of rural life, …

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Benefits of Reading Books – Asiana Times

Benefits of reading books: Reading helps develop your brain. A growing collection of studies demonstrates that reading literally transforms your thinking. The researchers used MRI images to confirm that reading involves a complex network of circuits and impulses in the brain. These networks become stronger and more sophisticated as your …

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Middle and high school sex ed books banned as ‘age-inappropriate’ under new Florida law

The Miami-Dade County School Board in Florida has voted to ban two previously approved sex-ed textbooks over concerns they violate a new state law against inappropriate sexuality and gender lessons at the age. The board voted 5-4 against the books this week. He previously allowed the book in a 5-3 …

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The Book Briefing: Terry Tempest Williams, Rachel Carson

This week temperatures of 40 degrees Celsius (about 104 degrees Fahrenheit) were recorded in the UK for the first time in history. Across the ocean, more than 100 million Americans were on a heat warning. In May, a brutal heat wave swept through India and Pakistan. The planet is warming …

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Columbus teacher helps other teachers with books and resources

Bethany Herbst teaches fifth grade math and science at Stewart Alternative Elementary in Columbus City Schools. COLUMBUS, Ohio – First day in a hall full of students. That’s when it hits. “Nothing fully prepares you for when you’re alone with an entire class of kids,” Bethany Herbst said. Herbst has …

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In short: am I normal? ; Orwell’s Roses; Milk teeth – reviews | Books

Sarah ChaneyProfile, £16.99, pp370 Chaney’s compelling and highly readable debut dives into the story of normalcy. It wasn’t until 200 years ago that the word “normal” was even applied to humans: before that, it was a purely mathematical term. But 19th century scientific developments and the growing popularity of statistics …

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Andy Ward obituary | Sports and leisure books

My friend Andy Ward, who died of lymphoma at the age of 72, was an atypical author who published nearly 30 sports books as well as books on higher education, including What’s the point of a degree? (2002). He then became a Fellow of the Royal Literary Fund. Andy was …

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10 best fake dating tropes books to read right now, according to Reddit

Romantic tropes have something so endearing about them that you can’t help but get hooked. But there’s something very special about the fake dating trope that makes people want it even more: two people making a deal to act enchanted with each other for what they think is a short …

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Best-selling books this week

“Where the Crawdads Sing” continues to hold the No. 1 spot on USA TODAY’s best-selling books list this week as the film adaptation, starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and David Strathairn, debuts in theaters. The novel has spent more than 200 weeks on the list since its release in 2018. But a …

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Newsom says ‘education is under attack’ over book bans and speech suppression

California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) said Wednesday that ‘education is under attack’, criticizing book bans across the country, efforts to suppress speech and ‘the otherness of our students, teachers , parents”. “I believe education is under attack in a way that I have never experienced in my life. I really …

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Tallahassee Chapter of The Links Donates Books to Head Start Program

The Tallahassee Chapter of The Links, Incorporated is proud to help close the literacy gap in the community by donating over 150 books to the Head Start program at the Region Community Action Agency. capital city. This service project was part of a nationwide £7,500 challenge to support The Links, …

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Class ACT: Freeman and Vinson excel in books and athletics

This year’s American Press Athletes are Emma Freeman of St. Louis Catholic, left, and John Vinson of Westlake. Freeman, a track and field athlete, will continue her education and athletic career at Ole Miss. Vinson, who played football for the Rams, started early at McNeese State University, where he will …

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Donald Lawson is about to tear up the sailing record books

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> One rainy autumn morning in 2005, Donald Lawson received a phone call from his sailing hero, Bruce Schwab, asking if he would be willing to drop everything and join him on a trip to the East Coast. Lawson, then 23, had honed his sailing skills for more than a …

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More Pencils, More Books for the Horse Lake Teacher – 100 Mile House Free Press

Leslie Dickson always knew she would be a teacher. It was in the family: his father was a teacher, then principal, then assistant superintendent. It was inevitable that she would follow in his footsteps. “I remember in kindergarten lining up all my stuff and teaching them,” Dickson, 60, said. That …

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Book Corner: Books to think outside the box | Entertainment

BY DARCIE CASWELL CRRL YOUTH SERVICES COORDINATOR The theme of this year’s summer reading program at Central Rappahannock Regional Library is “Off the Beaten Path”, encouraging readers to delve into a subject or genre new to them, to learn more about the people who have been creative thinkers or exploring …

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5 essential books by James Patterson

5 essential books by James Patterson Jul 02, 2022, 11:51 a.m. 2 minute read These books by James Patterson are a must read if you like mystery and thriller. James Patterson is an American author well known for his thrillers and suspense novels. He has also written various non-fiction, science …

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E-books for gamers: what to read if you like games?

Few players regularly read or even think about books. But many of them do not even know that they can discover a whole universe of e-books related to games. Starting with guides on building a PC or how to play certain games and ending with storylines based on your favorite …

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This week’s best-selling books | Writing

Reading room The best-selling New Zealand books of the week, as recorded by the Nielsen BookScan New Zealand bestseller list and described by Steve Braunias FICTION 1 Accommodation by Jenny Pattrick (Penguin Random House, $36) In a typically excellent profile by Philip Matthews at Things, the author of the year’s …

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CBSE and ICSE Books: Class 10+ question banks for board exam preparation 2022-23 | Most Wanted Products

It’s never a bad idea to start your exam preparations early. As the 2022-23 academic session has begun, you can opt for great CBSE and ICSE books for class 10 which are available with question banks, test simulations and more. These books will help you plan your studies systematically and …

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Parents take to Twitter against selling books and school uniforms

Several parents have taken to Twitter to criticize the city’s private schools for insisting they buy books, uniforms and other things from the school itself and charge “excess” fees. Voice of Parents Karnataka (VOPK) demanded that the government intervene and stop harassment by schools. As explained by several parents who …

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GATE 2022 Books: Past Years Question Papers, Answers & More for Practice | Most Wanted Products

Preparing for the GATE exam is never easy. With the tough competition these days, you need to improve your preparations and be ready to solve even the toughest questions efficiently to pass the exam with a good score. As GATE 2022 approaches, you need to take your exam revisions to …

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New Books For July 2022 That Could Be Your Next Beach Read

Summer is the perfect time to read by the pool or on the commuter train to work. You never know what exciting thriller or sweet romance is waiting to become your new favorite book! Don’t miss these adult and young adult releases in July 2022, and keep in mind that …

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Do readers discriminate against books written by women and black authors? -Quartz

It’s no secret that the world of book publishing involves a lot of discrimination. A New York Times analysis found that only 11% of fiction published in 2018 was written by people of color; in June 2020, a viral Twitter hashtag called #PublishingPaidMe revealed that many well-known black authors had …

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Gettysburg College faculty and staff released eight books, podcasts and albums in 2021

At Gettysburg College, our faculty and staff are endlessly curious and passionate about what they do. This deep-rooted commitment to academia exists not only in the classroom and through interactions with students as they teach and guide them to learn, grow, and pursue their own meaningful work, but it is …

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9 Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Books I Read Long Before I Jumped into the Cryptocurrency Wave | by Paulo A. Jose | June 2022

I stopped reading bitcoin newsletters Photo by Ibadah Mimpi: www.pexels.com The difference between an investor and a speculator is that the former wants to retire with assets and the latter wants to get rich overnight. 97.7% of those with assets are not investors. They are speculators. Here’s something I never …

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Teachers shouldn’t be first responders in Florida’s bid to ban the books

If anyone reading this still believes that teachers only teach, we invite them to think again. Teachers today hold many jobs beyond simply providing education. Florida State is adding a new one to an already bloated job description – book censor. On May 26, the Palm Beach County School District …

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Diploma in First Peoples Studies in Books – The Eastern Door

Courtesy of Savannah Matteini-Gabriel At the start of an academic journey, most people have an idea of ​​what they would like to do or at least that is often the perception. But in reality, this is not always the case. For Kanehsata’kehró:non Savannah Matteini-Gabriel, who recently graduated with honors from …

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Bookstore in Naperville, Illinois says someone is hiding its books featuring people of color and notifying the police department of the incidents

NAPERVILLE, Ill. (WLS) – Employees at Anderson Bookstore in Naperville have been keeping a closer eye on their store shelves for the past few weeks when they noticed something was wrong. “They kind of put things together and realized there was a pattern,” said Ginny Wehrli-Hemmeter, director of events and …

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WBU Vice Chancellor publishes books and journals – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

Aligarh: Only a few books can perhaps delve into the reasons for the 1857 revolt like Asbab-e-Baghawat-e Hind (The Causes of the Indian Mutiny) by Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and now a Punjabi translation of the book facilitating a cultural dialogue to bring Punjabi and Urdu readers were released together …

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A textbook case: what’s in it, what’s not in Karnataka’s textbooks

Revision of Kannada and Social Science Textbooks for Grades 1-10 in Karnataka Government Schools by a Textbook Review Committee set up by the BJP State Government and headed by a Mathematics teacher established a political storm due to the alleged saffronization of school textbooks. Since the manuals were made available …

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Goa hardback books still unavailable, parents concerned

June 11, 2022 | 06:45 IST Goa hardback books still unavailable, parents concerned Team Herald MARGAO: Many students in the Goa Council have not yet received their textbooks, so parents are worried about how the students will adjust to the curriculum. However, the Goa Board has assured to make all …

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Books published by William & Mary faculty in 2022 – W&M News

The following books have been written or edited by William & Mary faculty members and published in 2022. The books are listed alphabetically in the following categories: Arts & Sciences, Business, and Education. Additional categories may be added throughout the year as more books are released. The information in this …

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GBA and Ulatus partnership ensures more books are available in more languages

New partnership between Global Book Alliance and Ulatus ensures more books are available in more languages ​​for young children around the world The GBA is delighted to work with Ulatus. Now we can make even more online titles accessible to children and increase the variety of languages ​​in which books …

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Children’s books for summer feature holy heroes, adventures

These are book covers of “Carlo Acutis: God’s Computer Genius” by Dan Wegendt; “10 Hidden Heroes” by Mark K. Shriver, illustrated by Laura Watson; and “Champion of the Poor: Father Joe Walijewski” by Philip Kosloski, illustrated by Michael LaVoy. The books are edited by Regina Lordan. (Composite CNS/courtesy Pauline Books …

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Unleash Your Inner Brain With These 5 Brilliant Books

You are smart. Yes, you, the one who is sitting and reading this on your phone. Maybe you heard it growing up, maybe not, but either way, it’s true: you’re smart. The potential for brilliance is within all of us, so to help yours emerge and unleash your inner brain, …

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Math prep tips, important topics, best books

NTA will start the JEE Main 2022 session 1 exam from June 20th. Know math prep tips, important topics and books here. NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency (NTA) will begin the JEE Main 2022 exam for Session 1 from June 20. Candidates who have successfully completed the JEE Main …

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Nampa School Board President Discusses Decision to Remove Books

For Nampa School Board President Jeff Kirkman, the decision to remove books goes beyond simply wanting to remove books from libraries. NAMPA, Idaho — Since early May, the community of Nampa and surrounding areas has been debating the Nampa School District’s decision to remove 22 books from the shelves of …

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Ignore the pounds, it’s Boston’s losing streak

Jayson Tatum is averaging 27 points per game for the Boston Celtics during the playoffs. Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images/AFP. The Boston Celtics and Golden State Warriors will face off in the 2022 NBA Finals. The Warriors have the home court advantage, but that hasn’t hurt the Celtics much in …

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Math books scandalize China with ‘ugly, sexually suggestive and pro-American’ images

Editor’s note: A version of this story appeared in CNN’s news bulletin Meanwhile in China, a tri-weekly update exploring what you need to know about the country’s rise and its impact on the world. Register here. hong kong CNN — China has ordered a nationwide review of textbooks after illustrations …

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Music, books and food in Bangalore this weekend

Bhajans and more Ranga Shankara presents Bhajan Sandhya of Sharada Gurukula on May 28 at 5:30 p.m. It is part of RS Connect, where Vishwanath HV from Sharada Gurukula will present Bhajan Sandhya, an eclectic performance of Hindi, Bangla and Kannada bhajans from Ramakrishna Math Heritage. The evening will feature …

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Summer books for freshmen tackle social issues

As new freshmen take advantage of summer vacation, many will also open open books that their institutions have asked them to read before classes start. Summer reading assignments, known as common books, differ at each institution, but are all meant to stimulate discussion about current events when students arrive on …

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Top 10 Airways Aviation Books – Airways Magazine

DALLAS – The best aviation books to read to become a pilot can vary depending on your reading preferences. Although guides and manuals are always necessary, there are other aviation publications that can help you along the way. What you need to learn to become a pilot will vary depending …

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Children’s Books Ireland offers hundreds of new books for school libraries

Posted by Schooldays Newshound, 05/20/2022. Tags: Parenthood Applications are now open for the Children’s Books Ireland Book Donation Projects 2022-2023, offering schools across Ireland the opportunity to receive hundreds of books for their school library, lesson sets to keep for their pupils, author and illustrator visits, and more. These book …

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Springfield Public Schools are giving students free books this summer

At least 3,600 Springfield kindergarten and first graders will get a surprise this week: their very own bag of books. In addition, up to 800 children entering kindergarten this fall will receive a school readiness kit, complete with books, this summer. Superintendent Grenita Lathan, an avid reader, championed the gift …

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11 too-tastic books like The Spanish Love Deception

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Books like The Spanish Love Deception are causing a stir in the romance world. Turns out people love a slow burn between enemies and lovers. And they love a fake dating story. Romances …

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Tesla Semi’s order books are open

Customers can now place orders for the Tesla Semi. Until now, companies could reserve one but not order one. The Tesla Semi had a 4-year gestation period, during which many of its specifications became public. The truck will have 4 electric motors powering the rear wheels and will be available …

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2 children’s books to inspire young gardeners | Arts & Culture

April showers brought May flowers, and Ready Readers invites you to look beyond the flowers to discover a world of wonderful life above and below ground. These star books can inspire young and old alike to become gardening enthusiasts. “In a Garden” by writer Tim McCanna and illustrator Aimée Sicuro …

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How Books and Literature Can Support the Rehabilitation of Indian Prisoners

We have a task for all of you. At the end of October, the first year of the pandemic, activist Devangana Kalita wrote to people outside. “Please ask women’s organizations and feminist publishers to donate literature, books and pamphlets to Tihar Prison No. 6 so that we can enrich and …

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Florida schools scramble for library books and textbooks

The big story: They are books, books and more books. Florida’s battle over books appearing in school libraries continued to escalate this week, with the group Moms for Liberty expanding the effort to excise materials some consider offensive that the Florida Citizens Alliance launched there. years ago. The latest episode …

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Hundreds of new, free eBooks available on the POWER Library of Pennsylvania website

The new credentials fall into several different categories: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging; Mental Health; and STEM. Hundreds of new books are now available on the POWER Library of Pennsylvania, the Commonwealth Public Electronic Library. The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) has announced 350 new eBooks in the POWER Library …

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CBS46 personalities surprise West Clayton Elementary students with book giveaways

RIVERDALE, Ga. (CBS46) – CBS46 personalities greeted students as they showed up for a surprise in the West Clayton Elementary School gymnasium — a backpack full of books for each student. “A lot of our kids have limited resources,” said first-grade teacher Arielle Burden, “so being able to receive these …

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More than a month into session, 8 lakh students waiting for books in Punjab: The Tribune India

Our correspondent Fazilka, May 7 Even after more than a month since the new academician started in schools across the state, students in Classes I, II and III still haven’t received books. Namely, Mathematics, English and Punjabi are taught in these classes. “Due to the unavailability of books, …

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Mystery solved? Florida reveals why it rejected math books at the expense of critical race theory

Ahead of midterms and his reelection campaign, DeSantis pushed for measures limiting how race can be taught in classrooms and championed Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill, known to opponents. under the name “Don’t Say Gay”. This bill prohibits teachers from directing classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity …

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Why books are banned | The Christian Century

(Photo © Andranik Hakobyan/iStock/Getty) Campaigns to remove books from schools and libraries in the United States have increased dramatically in recent years. This book-banning spree has reached such absurd heights that a recent headline read, “Florida rejects 41% of new math textbooks, citing critical race theory among its reasons.” What’s …

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Private schools in Delhi cannot force parents to buy books and uniforms from certain stores, AAP says

Private schools in Delhi cannot force parents to buy books and uniforms from certain stores, AAP says Photo: iStock Delhi Governmentdirected by Aam Admi partyissued ordinances for unsubsidized private schools in delhi not to force parents to purchase school uniforms, books and other essentials from specific locations associated with schools. …

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Florida textbooks close as challenges continue

The big story: The content of books in Florida schools has come under scrutiny. It’s not just state-adopted math textbooks. They are also books on the library shelves that are not part of any assignment, but that students can take home. Some parents have complained that the presence of certain …

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14 new books coming in May

“All Night Lovers” by Mieko Kawakami. Translated by Sam Bett and David Boyd. (Europe, May 3) Kawakami, already celebrated in Japan, won a following among English readers for her early novels about women’s lives, ‘Breasts and Eggs’ and ‘Heaven’. Here, she focuses on a shy proofreader who is brought out …

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Rejecting ‘social-emotional learning’ in math books doesn’t add up, say puzzled educators – Orlando Sentinel

Florida made national headlines when it announced its rejection of 54 math textbooks, claiming, without evidence, that some were intended to indoctrinate children with “critical race theory” and other inappropriate topics. But what has intrigued some educators and scholars most is the state’s determination to ban books that include “social-emotional …

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CBSE and ICSE books, question banks and more according to the new program 2022-23 | Most Wanted Products

It’s never too early to start preparing for your exams. The better your preparations and revisions, the better your grades will be. Since the 2022-23 session has started in almost all CBSE and ICSE board schools, you can opt for additional CBSE and ICSE books with question banks and extra …

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Tennessee rep approves burning library books he doesn’t like

To hear some on the right say it, concerns on the left about treating people with respect have made Republicans the nation. true champions of freedom of expression. It’s definitely a prospect. But here’s another one: The GOP is also the party to pull books from libraries if conservatives find …

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10 great money books for kids

Teaching kids about money can be tricky, but if you want to give them a head start in the world, it’s also vital. Luckily, there are tons of books available that will help kids learn about financial concepts like earning, sending, saving, and budgeting in a fun, easy-to-understand way. If …

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Examples of Topics Banned in Florida Math Books Called ‘Political Drama’ | Florida

Florida education officials have come under fire for putting ‘political theatre’ on teaching after revealing four examples among the 54 math textbooks they rejected last week. The state said it refused to use the books because of “prohibited subject matter,” including alleged references to critical race theory. On Friday, however, …

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Five Books Containing Shocking Revelations and Forbidden Knowledge

Who among us wouldn’t flip casually Necronomicon, was it close at hand when no other reading material presented itself? (The alternative would be do not reading!) However, the entertainment of a moment could be done at the cost of a terrible and unforgettable revelation, from which madness could not escape. …

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See Examples of CRTs in Manuals – NBC 6 South Florida

Days after learning that Florida had rejected dozens of math textbooks containing references to critical race theory and for other trouble, the state’s education department released examples of some passages that have been flagged as not meeting their standards. The Florida Department of Education said Thursday that the examples were …

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Learn about poetry, books, weather and the environment

The Monroe County Public Library provides opportunities for local residents to read, learn, connect and create. The downtown library is at 303 E. Kirkwood Ave. and the Ellettsville branch is at 600 W. Temperance St. All events are free. Funding for the event is provided by the Friends of the …

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Book and book owner disappointed with recent efforts to keep specific books out of students’ reach – CBS Miami

CORAL GABLES (CBSMiami) — The owner of Books & Books says he’s disappointed with recent efforts to keep some books out of reach for students. “The problem with the book ban is not in the book, it’s with the book ban,” said Mitch Kaplan. READ MORE: Car plunged into Sunrise …

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These are the math books that Florida officials claim to ‘indoctrinate’ students

TALLAHASSEE, Florida. – Three days after the Florida Department of Education issued a press release proclaiming “Florida Rejects Publishers’ Attempts to Indoctrinate Students,” the state agency released a list of 54 math books which she rejected for classroom use. Although education officials say some of the textbooks were rejected because …

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What is Critical Race Theory? 41% of new Florida math books rejected; the state cites the CRT as one of the reasons

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida Department of Education announced Friday that the state has rejected more than 50 math textbooks from next school year’s curriculum, citing references to critical race theory among the reasons for the rejections. In a press release, the department said 54 of 132 textbook submissions would …

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UofA Instructor Writes Comics to Teach Kids Chemistry

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — After seeing inequities in science education throughout her 25-year teaching career, University of Arizona chemistry professor Colleen Kelley is taking a new approach to solve the problem. She writes comics to help children better understand the fundamentals of chemistry and to reframe the field as something …

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The 2022 Los Angeles Times Book Festival presents, Learning with Sally and Kate

The author humbly shares with us the story of Sally and Kate and how they will teach young children Circles! That’s right! And how many circles will they need? Three, you say? Well, let’s see and see…? » —Sarah K. Taber LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, April 15, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — …

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Beyond books: The Way SA and CAS improve student learning to be more alive and purposeful

When the topic of education comes up in conversation, the usual talking points come up: homework, academic work, and the often dreaded finals. Of course, academic performance is a very important aspect of the future, so students are expected to take this seriously. From figuring out a math formula to …

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Free books for 4-year-olds from Longmont made possible by donation – Boulder Daily Camera

A good book is like a good friend. As Jim Newcomb said, “They will always be your friend.” Newcomb, president of the Stewart Family Foundation, hopes a $100,000 contribution from the foundation to the Longmont Public Library will inspire an early love of reading and help more children find good …

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What the staff at Poor Richard’s Books think you should read right now

As part of The Colorado Sun’s literature section – SunLit – we feature staff picks at bookstores statewide. >> Click here for more SunLit This week’s library: Poor Richard’s Books & Gifts, 320 N. Tejon St., Colorado Springs poorrichardsdowntown.com When we stop understanding the world By Benjamin LabatutNew York Book …

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Textbooks must meet state-specific demands: Rohith Chakrathirtha

Writer Aravind Chokkadi, however, disagrees with the view and says there is diversity even within regions. Writer Aravind Chokkadi, however, disagrees with the view and says there is diversity even within regions. Columnist and Textbook Review Committee Chairman Rohit Chakrathirtha on Saturday expressed the need to Indianize textbooks on science, …

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The power and necessity of learning from books that reflect our communities ‹ Literary Hub

In my work as head of Fugees Academy, the school I started for refugee children, I have noticed that even with the best of intentions, there is often this gap between what adults teach… and what students actually absorb. There’s a term in education circles right now, “culturally responsive teaching.” …

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Don’t put blinders on children by banning books

This society is struggling to improve the public education of our young people. A complete and balanced education is one of the main building blocks of a thriving and healthy community and a well-functioning nation. It is a very frightening notion that, from a place of seeming fear, mainstream books …

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How 80 years ago, Jewish teenagers rescued holy books from the Kaunas ghetto

Before Jews in Lithuania’s Kaunas ghetto took up arms to resist the Nazis, teens in the community helped save Torah scrolls and other books in response to the so-called ‘Book Aktion’ Germans. At the end of February 1942, the Nazis ordered the Jew of Kaunas — or Kovno, in Yiddish …

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Scramble for books listed by private schools in Chandigarh : The Tribune India

Tribune press service Naina Mishra Chandigarh, April 2 As the new academic session is about to start, buying new books for their children is nothing short of an ordeal for parents in Chandigarh. At 9pm, when the bustle usually sets in at the city’s markets, the Manchanda Bookstore …

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Kids Aren’t Snowflakes, So Let Them Read Books With the “N-Word”

“You can’t deny the past” Numerous board reviews of statues with links to the UK’s imperial past have left him “deeply uneasy”. He said, “You don’t become a better nation, a more cohesive community by denying the past, by suppressing the past. Half of Whitehall will have to be demolished… …

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Ashley Tisdale reveals husband bought ‘400 books’ before Architectural Digest’s house tour

Ashley Tisdale sparked amused and horrified reactions after revealing her shelves were empty of books ahead of her home visit to Architectural Summaryso she had asked her husband to go to a bookstore and buy “400 books”. the musical high school star, 36, toured her Los Angeles home this week, …

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What You Can Do at the Library Beyond Borrowing Books – City of Beaumont, Texas

Did you know there is four branches of the municipal library in Beaumont? Each has unique services and programs that they offer to the public. From learning a foreign language to making origami dinosaurs, there are tons of things to do at the library that won’t give you a paper …

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🌱 City Council Election Results + Women’s History Month Books

Hello again, McKinney-Frisco! Important Update: All of you, as readers, have made the McKinney-Frisco Daily such a success that I am honored to announce the next phase of the newsletter. The fix is looking for a local writer and entrepreneur to lead the McKinney-Frisco Daily. While I enjoyed getting to …

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A&E Book Club: Three books to read this month – The Cavalier Daily

It’s been just over two years since the coronavirus first swept across the country, disrupting ordinary life and injecting another dose of chaos into an already bewildered world. The 21st century has proven particularly challenging, throwing an endless stream of choices, world events, and information our way. With this in …

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This year’s Marathi School Class 1 Bilingual Books: Gaikwad

Class 1 students studying in Marathi Middle Schools will now receive integrated, bilingual textbooks. It will be introduced from the next school year, Maharashtra School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad said on Monday. She added that students would be able to understand the subjects better if it was in their mother …

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Books in Brief: The Sheep, the Rooster and the Duck; Dream, Annie, Dream | Books

As Jean-Luc, the duck, observes: “Unfortunately, it’s not in the way of human beings to go away well enough on their own. That’s why we’re going to stop them.” Phelan includes historical figures such as French chemist Antoine Lavoisier, Mozart (who met Franklin and composed music for Franklin’s glass armonica), …

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5 new books to have a bigger impact at work

Scenario: You would like to ask for more money at work. The only problem is that you have to convincingly justify why you deserved it. In other words, you need to start having a bigger impact. This is where the five books below come in. Each shares unique tips and …

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Check out the latest books at Jervis Library

The Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., Rome, is open to the public. Mandatory face masks and social distancing. Library hours are 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday; and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. The library has 110,000 books; …

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Literacy initiative supports OKC educators by distributing books

Last week marked a milestone for ReadOKC, the OKCPS Compact’s reading and literacy initiative led by the Oklahoma City Public Schools Foundation. The ReadOKC On the Go Mobile Book Bus has officially donated more than 10,000 books to Oklahoma City public school students. ReadOKC was the compact’s first initiative, launched …

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It’s important for people to read books – The Bona Venture

BY MAX MCAULIFF, WRITER Many people have a reading phase at some point in their lives. This phase can occur as a young adult when the freedom to finally read on your own becomes truly accessible to people. Popular young adult series include Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, Percy Jackson …

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Two new books by Cormac McCarthy are due out this year

Legendary American author, Cormac McCarthy, is set to make a stunning return to the center of the literary world with two new books slated for release this year. It’s been sixteen years since Cormac McCarthy’s last novel stole, broke, then repaired our hearts, with the Pulitzer Prize winner, I can’t …

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Knopf Announces Two New Cormac McCarthy Novels for Fall | Books

Two novels by Cormac McCarthy will be “the literary event of the year”, according to publisher Knopf. Slated for release this fall, the first is called “The Passenger” and will debut on October 25. The second, “Stella Maris”, is scheduled for November 22. A boxed set of both will go …

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Monograph pays homage to ‘rocket boy’ Homi Bhabha

A monograph traces the life and times of the father of India’s nuclear power project Homi Jehangir Bhabha, his rich scientific heritage and his vision in addition to talking about his passionate interest in art and architecture and his love for classical music. In “Homi J Bhabha: A Renaissance Man …

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Thomas Aquinas College: Great Books, Great Education | Valley life

SANTA PAULA – The first thing you notice about Thomas Aquinas College is that among its beautiful Spanish-style buildings there is no classroom. Freshmen at UC Berkeley could join more than 700 of their classmates in a huge hall for the introduction to general astronomy. At Thomas Aquinas College, there …

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Books Digest – A Blue New Deal and More

Welcome to our weekly Books Digest where we round up the new books you should and shouldn’t read. This week features A Blue New Deal by Chris Armstrong, Female Innovators Who Changed Our World by Emma Shimizu, Hitler’s National Socialism by Rainer Zitelmann and The Founders by Jimmy Soni. For …

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5 books on the life of artificial objects

There are the little things that clutter up our lives, that clutter up the cities that hold us back; from things as intimate as the cup of coffee that meets your lips, to systems that move mountains and split atoms, that climb the skies with hundreds of tons in tow. …

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World Book Day: Waterstones unveils children’s books to read in 2022

World Book Day celebrates all things literature and artwork and is a great way to inspire your kids to pick up a book and start reading. This year, World Book Day is held on Thursday March 3 and celebrates its 25th anniversary. Whether your mini runs around you like his …

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Brandon Sanderson Secret Novels – 4 New Books Coming in 2023

Brandon Sanderson has proven he’s the most prolific genre writer working today with the surprise reveal that he wrote five secret novels during quarantine. Four of them are “adult sci-fi/fantasy” titles and three of those novels will tie into Sanderson’s connected universe known as Cosmere. The fifth is a mid-level …

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MARVEL, Meanlabs Software, Dark Horse Comics, Iconology, MediaFire, DC Entertainment, Chunky, IVerse Media, YACReader, Ellation, Tapas Media – Materials Handling

Inasmuch asPredicting Growth Scope: Comics Reading Apps MarketWith so many positive trends shaping the market, there is no doubt that Comics Reading Apps Market and you, as a market player, will catch up with other industries by providing an efficient customer experience, improving revenue and being more competitive in the …

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Top Teacher Recommended Books for CBSE Term-2 Class 10 & 12 Subjective Exams

To help students navigate through the deluge of books in the market, we conducted a pan-India survey to gather feedback via: Online surveys of over 20,000 students Quora Platform Surveys Amazon and Flipkart Rankings YouTube polls Selected 1000+ Teachers from India’s Top CBSE Schools Based on the sources above, we’ve …

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Best Wordle Alternatives: Puzzle Books, Riddles, Word Search

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Rolling Stone may receive an affiliate commission. If you’ve been anywhere on social media in the past couple of weeks, you’ve heard of popular word game Wordle, which was recently acquired by the New York …

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MARVEL, Dark Horse Comics, DC Entertainment, Iconology, MediaFire, – Materials Handling

The comic book reader app market has achieved impressive post-pandemic growth and estimates high market growth. However, challenges still restrict the market. This report gives an executive summary of the Comics Reading Apps Market with in-depth analysis of all the Comics Reading Apps industry factors. The report best provides the …

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Children’s Cloth Books Market Size, Scope, Growth, Competitive Analysis – Priddy Books, Usborne, Ladybird, QED Publishing – Materials Handling

New Jersey, United States,- The latest report published by Verified Market Reports indicates that the Children’s Cloth Book Market is expected to accelerate sharply in the coming years. Analysts have studied market drivers, restraints, risks, and opportunities in the global market. The Children’s Cloth Books Market report shows the probable …

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