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While Campaigning on “Parental Control,” Top State Officials Champion School Vouchers

Undermining public schools has been a winning strategy for governors in several states. But for many rural, conservative communities in Texas, such schools are the only game in town. By Bekah…
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Dallas County Jail overcrowding could soon cost taxpayers millions

The Republican Commissioner says state leaders should use budget surplus to help solve the problem. Author: Michael McCardel Published: 11:00 AM CDT September 11, 2022 Updated: 11:00 AM CDT September 11, 2022 DALLAS…
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Texas appeals after court blocks some transgender child welfare probes

By Bryan Pietsch Updated September 17, 2022 at 10:00 p.m. EDT|Published September 17, 2022 at 2:11 a.m. EDT A Texas state judge on Friday moved to shield a larger group of families from…
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Educators Fight Back Against Gag Orders, Book Bans and Intimidation

New laws that censor teachers and stifle classroom conversations are doing a great disservice to students. Educators across the country are pushing back against the latest cynical ploy to undermine…
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Can a TV Show Really Help Kids Develop Reading Skills? What a New Study Says

By Sarah Schwartz — August 30, 2022  6 min read For decades, television shows have helped young children practice their ABCs and 1-2-3s. From “The Electric Company” to “Sesame Street” to “Between the…
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Do Black and White Patients Experience Similar Rates of Adverse Safety Events at the Same Hospital?

by Anuj Gangopadhyaya Hospital-acquired illnesses and injuries have direct consequences on patient health and erode the trust patients place in providers and health systems. Examining within-hospital differences in Black and…
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Half of health care facilities globally lack basic hygiene services – WHO, UNICEF

Newly established global estimate on hygiene reveals the risk of disease spread and infections to patients and health care providers Half of health care facilities worldwide lack basic hygiene services…
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Building Schools Where Students Are Free to Be Their Authentic Selves

Despite politics, protests, and even threats, some educators and students are working to make schools and lessons more inclusive of people who are LGBTQ+. June 30, 2022 Stephanie García Writer-Editor…
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Emergency Housing Guide

By Caring.com A little-known yet growing concern among social service workers and those operating homeless shelters across the United States is the increasing number of older Americans experiencing or at…
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Scholarships Awarded in Honor of Activist Opal Lee

By Steven Monacelli Shortly after Juneteenth was officially declared a national holiday last year, nearly 40 African American women’s organizations across Tarrant County banded together to hold an award ceremony…
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