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Study: election reforms in Brazil might have saved children’s lives. Here’s how.
Children ... Electoral reforms can cut down on corruption, fraud, and vote-buying, and make elections fairer. New research on an electoral reform in Brazil suggests that they might do more than that — ... read more
No, Finland isn’t ditching traditional school subjects. Here’s what’s really happening.
Stay calm: despite the reforms, Finnish schools will continue to teach mathematics, history, arts, music and other subjects in the future. But with the new basic school reform all children ... ... read more
Bolsonaro acts; Brazil’s socio-environmental groups resist
Another proposal may “rent” indigenous lands to ruralists. Amazon land thieves also have ... Brazil’s climate policy. During the campaign he threatened to leave the Paris Climate Agreement, a position ... read more
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How America Can Stop Mass Shootings, From the Country that Already Did
GQ: "The NFA seems to have been incredibly successful in terms of lives saved," Harvard ... women and children, right across the United States. Gun lobby types like former NRA president David Keene ... read more
Curriculum reform is like an Ikea flat pack without instructions
We are well into the rolling out of the Junior Cycle and teachers today are still burdened by unanswered questions Teachers are entitled to feel empowered by reform. We are fully trained professionals ... read more
Female presidents don’t always help women while in office, study in Latin America finds
But attempts to ease Latin American abortion laws have historically provoked a deep conservative backlash. In Brazil ... By the time she ran for re-election in 2013, however, feminists had coalesced ... read more
Medical cannabis reform leaves at least 5,000 patients with no medicine
Tikun Olam provides 15,500 people per month with medical cannabis, out of the approximately 38,000 who have prescriptions in Israel. Last month, it informed patients that due to the cannabis reform, ... read more
How to really measure the 'Francis effect'
Boston (CNN)-- In some ways, the "Pope Francis effect" doesn't seem very effective at all. Despite the immense popularity the aged Argentine has won since his election last year ... has changed their ... read more
Here’s where Nevada’s members of Congress stand on guns following Las Vegas shooting massacre
But critics of lawmakers who do nothing more than send “thoughts and prayers” point to the emptiness of the gesture relative to passing sensible gun control that might have actually prevented ... that ... read more
Middle-class children outperform others before starting school
The study showed that children start school with different skills and capacities and some children face greater challenges. The largest skills gap is between children with disabilities or special ... read more
America’s Election Meddling Would Indeed Justify Other Countries Retaliating In Kind
As long as it remains the very worst offender in that department, the U.S. is entitled to nothing other than the entire world meddling in its elections. I shouldn’t even have to say this. Do unto ... read more
Only 6% of Washington’s booming Jewish community identify as Republican
Just 27% say Judaism is part of their daily lives. Five percent of DC-area Jews are Orthodox, 21% Conservative and 29% Reform ... noted that these figures may be slightly high, the study reports that ... read more