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Making Transparency Clear

Making transparency clear: Andrew Seaman explains how “transparency” grew as a recognized concept in journalism.

Journalism was largely opaque until the invention and widespread use of the internet, he writes. 31 more words


More Arizona schools given ‘A’ ranking from state Board of Education

APRIL 26, 2018 AT 4:44 AM

PHOENIX — The Arizona State Board of Education finalized its list of letter grades for schools this week. 244 more words


Why is racism a thing?

There is no racism or bigotry here unless it is taught by their parents. God did not design us to be racist. He didn’t endorse racism, even though some passages seem to say this. 546 more words


Swire too busy with Brexit to meet with worried Sidmouth businesses

“A meeting to discuss worries about rising business rates and other issues facing Sidmouth’s high street has been cancelled.

Businessman Steve Clark, of Rendevous, told the Herald that today’s (Thursday) event is called off as Sir Hugo Swire was not able to attend due to his Parliamentary commitments. 24 more words


Polygamy Culture's Impact on my Failing Marriage: An Interview with Pilar, Part I

In Part I of this two-part interview, SQ’s Pilar gives us a glimpse into how the church’s investment in its history of polygamy negatively impacted her first marriage. 1,756 more words


April 26, 2018

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Jack Hassard: Education and Resistance to Authoritarianism

Jack Hassard, professor of science education, assesses creeping authoritarianism and the growing resistance to it among educators.

“The authoritarianism of standardization has spread harm and inflicted damage to America’s public schools during the last two decades. 327 more words