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Students Thrive Delta During The Pandemic

September 13, 2021 // by ijit

COVID-19 is asserting itself with the Delta variant of the virus posing a grave threat to young people. Physical distancing has become a new reality in post-secondary education. Universities continue to offer courses online, despite the pandemic. Research has shown that mindfulness training can be deliver online and is effective, providing benefits previously undiscovered to […]

Djab Wurrung Trees Australian Academics

September 13, 2021 // by kang

We are Australian academics writing to condemn the Victorian government’s destruction of the 350-year-old sacred Djab Wurrung Directions tree. We urge the government to immediately stop all work and protect. The Djab Wurrung trees from being destroy. Geographers, lawyers and sociologists are all part of this group. We are unite in our anger and sorrow […]

Rife With References Education Debates

September 13, 2021 // by fransiskus

Former Education Secretary Arne Dunne took to Twitter as President Joe Biden supervised. The transfer of remains of U.S. soldiers who were kill in a suicide. Bombing attack at Afghanistan’s Kabul Airport on Aug. 26, 2021. Duncan appeared to comment on the controversy surrounding mask mandates for public schools. He compared anti-mask and anti-vax people […]