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    Prestigious Virginia school lowers number of incoming Asian Americans despite protests
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    Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology will usher in its most diverse class in the fall of 2021, increasing the number of black students to 7% from 1% and Hispanic freshmen to 11% from 3%. White students will also see a bump to 22% from 18%, while the number of Asian American students will decrease to 54% from 73%, according to demographic data released by Fairfax County of the 550 students offered a spot at the magnet school.

    Thomas Jefferson is one of the top-performing high schools in the country, but its student body has always been less than diverse. In years past, black and Hispanic students have largely been edged out under the school's admission system that put importance on standardized testing.

    The Fairfax County School Board, however, decided to overhaul the admissions process this year, tossing out standardized testing and application fees.


    Several spots at Thomas Jefferson High were set aside for students at each of the county's 23 middle schools.

    Nomani is part of the parent group Coalition for TJ that filed a discrimination lawsuit. She claimed the drop in Asian American enrollment is a coordinated effort by the school board to push out certain students.


    "There are so many deserving students that were gerrymandered out of this school by geographic quotas and socioeconomic factors that were used as a proxy for race," she said.


    The situation at Thomas Jefferson isn't a one-off. Similar battles are being fought in California and New York.
    Còn đi học thì không muốn giảm bớt học sinh Á châu để nhường chỗ cho người khác. Đến khi đi làm thì lại càu nhàu vì công sở không chịu cất nhắc nhân viên Á châu. Thế mới láu.

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    Unvaccinated teacher infected half her students with Covid
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    The researchers said the teacher attended school for two days despite displaying symptoms of Covid-19, and read aloud to her class without a mask during that time. Infections corresponded to the classroom’s seating chart, with the students sitting closest to the teacher the most likely to be infected.
    Cúm tự vì sư
    Nhiễm tự vì sư


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    Một ông bị lây, cả bầy chịu trận.
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    Afghan women at university must study in female-only classrooms, Taliban say
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...ms-taliban-say

    In one of the first policies announced by the Taliban, the higher education minister, Abdul Baqi Haqqani, laid out a series of rules that will govern women’s access to higher education in Afghanistan.

    Speaking at a press conference, Haqqani said women would be allowed to continue their university education, but it would be compulsory to wear a hijab. It was unclear if this meant a headscarf or that women’s faces would have to be covered completely.


    Gender segregation would also be enforced at all universities, meaning men and women would have to be taught in separate classrooms. “We will not allow boys and girls to study together,” said Haqqani. “We will not allow co-education.”

    Female students will also only be allowed to be taught by women. Haqqani also said the subjects being taught at universities would be reviewed.


    Trường đạo (Công giáo) ở nhiều nơi cũng vậy.

    Học thày không tày học bạn gái.


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    TikTok challenge has students vandalising school bathrooms
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    Incidents often posted to the video-sharing platform have included students smashing up bathroom mirrors and sinks and stealing soap dispensers and even turf from sports fields at rival schools.

    A spokesperson for TikTok said the platform was removing such content – named for a slang term for theft – and redirecting hashtags and search results to guidelines discouraging destructive behavior.

    At Lawrence high school in north-east Kansas, officials said several bathrooms had to be sealed off after students prised soap dispensers from walls. Students then tried to steal “closed” signs, so staff were posted to guard bathrooms, reported Cuyler Dunn, 17, who described the student effort as one of “total destruction”.
    Nhất quỷ nhì ma thứ ba TikTok.

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    Teachers across the US are leaving their jobs in numbers
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...record-numbers


    A shortage of teachers in the US was already a growing problem before the Covid-19 pandemic, particularly in high poverty schools. The shortage has worsened during the pandemic. Some schools have closed when too many teaching positions could not be filled, while others grapple with higher than normal teacher vacancies, leaving remaining teachers overworked.

    In Florida, teacher vacancies this year increased by more than 67% compared with August 2020, and a 38.7% increase from August 2019.

    Nearly 10% of teachers in Providence, Rhode Island, either quit or retired early from the city’s school district before the school year began. Public schools in Michigan saw a 44% increase in midyear teacher retirements this past school year over the 2019-2020 school year. In Fort Worth, Texas, the school district had314 vacant teacher jobs at the beginning of this school year, compared with 71 at the 2019-2020 school year, before the pandemic.

    At least 378 active teachers have died from Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic, along with hundreds of other school workers. Several surveyshave shown teachers are more likely to leave the profession because of worsening stressand burnout during the pandemic, coupled with pre-existing issues such as a lack of resources and low pay.

    In addition to teacher vacancies, schools around the US are facing food supply shortages, and are having trouble finding enough bus drivers, janitors and other support staff. Many also face shortages of substitute teachers, who are needed now more than ever to cover for teachers who are out sick or quarantined.


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