A group of public, private, and faith-based school officials, as well as physicians and parents, are arguing for a return to in-person learning in Los Angeles schools after seven months of only virtual instruction.
San Francisco State University is scheduled to host a lecture by terrorist Leila Khaled later this month. Khaled is most famous for her role in two plane hijackings that took place in 1969 and 1970. Khaled, a
I haven’t done a “Physicists say the darndest things” post in a while. People usually ask me to write one up every time a Lawrence Krauss, Sean Carroll, or Stephen Hawking (well, lately not Hawking) publishes
The Catholic Diocese of Sacramento plans to submit waiver applications to public health officials this week to reopen 38 elementary schools across seven counties, including 17 in Sacramento. The diocese’s plan comes after
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is appealing to the Congressional Black Caucus to support families who opt to send their children to non-public schools, including Catholic schools. The letter comes as an estimated 500
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is the latest entity to file a lawsuit against the US Department of Education over its guidance that local education agencies must use federal coronavirus aid to