Analysis and Opinion

Budget bill is a tremendous opportunity for Michigan schools

Gretchen whitmer | Detroit Free Press Earlier this year, I highlighted the tremendous opportunity we had with our state budget surplus and federal relief dollars to close the funding gap between Michigan schools and help our children and educators. to thrive after the pandemic is over. Recently the legislature came …

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UFC 264: Do we need Dustin Poirier vs. Conor McGregor 4?

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – JULY 10: Conor McGregor of Ireland tries a punch against Dustin Poirier in the first round of their lightweight bout during UFC 264: Poirier v McGregor 3 at T-Mobile Arena on July 10, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Stacy Revere / Getty Images) “Need.” …

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Nigeria’s Restricted Public Space, by Wole Olaoye

… We found ourselves in this toxic environment where dialogue has become old fashioned and fairness has been redefined to mean Me, Me and Myself. More and more, the parts that make up this great part of God’s domain are being torn apart, little by little. Those who repeat the …

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Julie-Anne Corr-Johnston: People who don’t know the area shouldn’t fan the flames

The bonfire at Adam Street has received a lot of attention and commentary, largely uninformed. Understanding the local geography of the region is very important and essential to fully understand what is really going on. The bonfire location is not an interface. An interface as I understand it, is a …

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Belmont columnist shares her thoughts on the democratic process

Judith Feinleib | Citizen Herald Special Commenting publicly about what people have said about me is not my style. Comments that don’t just concern me, but the way public policy is conducted are another matter. But whether the comments are positive or negative, whether they concern public officials or columnists, …

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Bill Gates should stop telling Africans what kind of agriculture Africans need

Africans have long been told that our agriculture is backward and must be abandoned for a 21st century version of the Green Revolution that allowed India to feed itself. Western science and technology, in the form of science and technology-modified seeds, synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, petroleum-powered machinery and artificial irrigation …

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The latest transfer on the stars of Man Utd, Liverpool, Tottenham and Chelsea, what has been said and the clubs linked

Now that Euro 2020 is over for Wales, eyes will start to turn to the transfer window. So many Welsh player futures are on hold by the minute, but as the tournament unfolds they could kick the box out when transfer talks arise. All of that is about to change …

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Reviews | The excesses of anti-racist education

The first idea is associated with Robin DiAngelo, the second with Ibram X. Kendi, and they converge in places like the work of Tema Okun, whose presentations train educators to see “white supremacist culture” at work. in traditional measures of academic success. The impulses that these ideas encourage take different …

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Wimbledon 2021: Andy Murray on his loss to Denis Shapovalov

Location: All England Club Appointment: June 28-July 11 Blanket: Live on BBC TV, radio and online with extensive coverage on BBC iPlayer, Red Button, Smart TVs and the mobile app. All the details here Andy Murray says he has to assess “whether all the hard work is worth it” after …

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Climate change is killing us

The small town of Lytton, British Columbia has always been one of the hottest places in Canada. But this week, with the temperature peaking at 49.6C, it’s one of the warmest in the world – and it gives the rest of the country a glimpse of what our climate future …

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