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Biden to the nation and world: ‘America is rising anew’

Marking his first 100 days in office, President Joe Biden will use his first joint address to Congress to pitch a $1.8 trillion investment in children, families and education that would fundamentally transform the role government plays in American life.

Hungary’s parliament overhauls higher education amid outcry

BUDAPEST, Hungary — Hungary's parliament on Tuesday voted to transfer state assets worth billions of dollars into foundations that will control many of the country's public universities and cultural institutions, a move opposition figures have decried as a theft of public funds.

No big backlash for states passing anti-transgender laws

Five states have passed laws or implemented executive orders this year limiting the ability of transgender youths to play sports or receive certain medical treatment. There’s been a vehement outcry from supporters of transgender rights – but little in the way of tangible repercussions for those states.

Idaho Senate OKs ‘nondiscrimination’ education legislation

BOISE — The Idaho Senate on Monday approved legislation aimed at preventing public schools, charter schools and universities from “indoctrinating" students through teaching critical race theory, which examines the ways in which race and racism influence American politics, culture and the law.

Racist meme prompts Gonzaga Prep walkout

The administration at Gonzaga Preparatory School is considering how to move forward in the wake of a racist incident that led to a student walkout during last week’s spirit week activities.

Italy’s ‘epochal’ recovery plan targets women, youth, south

ROME — Italian Premier Mario Draghi presented a $268.6 billion coronavirus recovery plan to Parliament on Monday, aiming to not only help Italy bounce back from the pandemic but enact “epochal” reforms to address structural problems that long predated COVID-19.

Idaho House passes ‘nondiscrimination’ education bill

BOISE – The Idaho House on Thursday approved legislation aimed at preventing public and charter schools and universities from teaching critical race theory, which examines the ways in which race and racism influence American politics, culture and the law.