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Arizona High School Refuses To Review This Locker Room Policy, Leaving Female Students IRATE MikeRivero Mon, 03/20/2023 - 13:20

Female students at one Arizona high school are disturbed by the official school policy telling them to leave their locker room if they are uncomfortable around a transgender student.

107-minute video discussion with Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth founder Richard Gage on teaching high school students critical thinking skills to evaluate 9/11, our monetary system, Covid to discern objective data from factless spin Carl_Herman Mon, 03/20/2023 - 11:40

Richard and Gail Gage chat about my teaching 9/11 as a critical thinking case study to public high school students beginning in 2004 (Richard’s article with video here):


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University Of Pittsburgh Under Fire By Students And Lawmakers To CANCEL Upcoming Conservative Speaker MikeRivero Mon, 03/20/2023 - 08:55

Students at the University of Pittsburgh are canning the school’s decision to bow to the pressure of Democrat lawmakers and cancel a speech by a conservative speaker.

The Daily Caller reports that Democrat politicians in Pennsylvania are demanding that the university cancel a scheduled speech meant to be given by a passionate conservative speaker on campus. The politicians alleged that the speaker was engaging in “hate speech," but many students feel this is nothing more than code for “we don’t agree with this speaker.".

The Biden administration will disguise agents as students to catch colleges and universities that are misleading students, according to the announcement, the Department of Education announced on Tuesday.

New York will change what it takes for students to reach “proficiency” on state math and English language arts tests, calling last year’s lower scores the “new normal.”

More than half a million kids could miss school next week because of a planned-three day strike from employees of the nation's second-largest school system, who are demanding higher wages due to rising inflation and housing costs.

The development comes as the latest round of negotiations between the Los Angeles Unified School District schools and a union representing 30,000 of its cafeteria workers, bus drivers, and other school staffers seemingly fell flat on Friday.