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Learn to live within your means, says Gillian Keegan

“Labor politicians have tried to redefine this as ‘austerity’. I prefer to call it living within your means. Perhaps it takes a simple northerner to call things by their proper names.” She quoted her political heroine Mrs Thatcher, who once said: “Pennies don’t fall from heaven, they have to be born here on earth.” The […]

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International Friendship Day Activities to Teach Empathy in Your Classroom –

In 2011, the United Nations (UN) announced the International Friendship Day, which falls on the 30th of July. It is a celebration that focuses on peace and human solidarity. As educators, we should emphasize the importance of friendship to our students. It is a good way to build up students’ empathy towards their friends from

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Education Secretary Miguel Cardona refuses to define ‘woman’ during the House hearing

Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona dodged questions from Rep. Andrew Clyde on Tuesday, when the Georgia Republican asked the Biden administration what it means to be a “woman.” The tense back-and-forth took place during a House Appropriations Committee hearing where Cardona defended proposed changes to Title IX rules that would make it illegal for schools

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