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Heroic L.I. Teacher Refuses To Administer Common Core Tests, Urges Others To Join Her | Jaime Franchi - Long Island Post

Beth Dimino, an eighth-grade science teacher in the Comsewogue School District and president of the Port Jefferson Station Teachers Association, will be the first Long Island teacher to “opt-out” of administering mandated state standardized tests this April. 272 more words

Social Engineering

Manning taken to hospital Leavenworth, KS | John Richmeier - The Leavenworth Times

The Army has confirmed that Chelsea Manning, who is serving a 35-year sentence at Fort Leavenworth for leaking classified information, was taken to the hospital Tuesday. 159 more words

Whistle Blowers

£177k forked out by NHS on New Cross whistleblower bill

An independent report on New Cross Hospital’s botched investigation into a whistleblower’s claims cost the NHS nearly £180,000, it can be revealed.

Investigative consultants Verita were called in to look at New Cross bosses’ handling of Sandra Haynes-Kirkbright’s allegations relating to an alleged cover up over mortality rates. 136 more words

NHS Blunders

GREAT MEDITATIONS LATELY - ARE "YOU" FEELING it ? - THE TRASHING BUILDS-UP !!!

   WOW, SEEM to DO MUCH DEEPER MEDITATIONS, and THOSE LIGHT CODES and THE HIGH=PITCHED FREQUENCIES are COMING ON so STRONG LATELY. SOME THINGS, will NOT BE SAID or DIGNIFIED with an ANSWER. 990 more words

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Monday 23rd May 2016

Papers Reviewed: The Sun, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, The Times

The Sun

Topic of article: Entertainment

Headline: £90M Adele

Authors:  Dan Wootton (Show Business Journalist) 1,137 more words

The right to speak out? : Draft directive for the protection of whistle-blowers across Europe

On Wednesday 04/05, at the European Parliament, the Greens/EFA group organized a public event to present a draft on the whistle-blowing directive.

It is well known that the draft elaboration is the most important “moment” in the EU decision-making process (constituing more than the 80% of the final document). 215 more words

CORRUPTION

New Immigration Bill clauses could give workers whistle to blow on abusive employers

By Rosa Crawford  

On Monday the Immigration Bill will return to the House of Commons.

In the House of Lords amendments have been added to give rights and protections to asylum seekers and overseas domestic workers which provide an important counterbalance to the nasty thrust of the majority of the Bill which will make all workers more vulnerable and fuel social tensions. 750 more words

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