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Girl Power, civics education and family resources in this week’s Learning Lab newsletter.
Girl Power, Civics education and family resources in this week’s newsletter VIEW IN BROWSER Ohio Ready to Learn March – May Workshop Series We are closing in on… Read More
Pro-Moscow voices tried to steer Ohio train disaster debate
WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) — Soon after a train derailed and spilled toxic chemicals in Ohio last month, anonymous pro-Russian accounts started spreading misleading claims and anti-American propaganda about it on… Read More
Pandemic burnout worsens nursing shortages in hospitals across U.S.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (NewsHour) — The national nursing shortage dates back decades, but the COVID-19 pandemic pushed it to crisis levels. One study predicts that in the next two years, there… Read More
Frozen strawberries sold at Costco, Trader Joe’s, recalled after hepatitis A outbreak
WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPR) — Frozen organic strawberries sold at stores across the U.S., including Costco, Aldi and Trader Joe’s, have been recalled over the product’s potential link to an outbreak… Read More
The most famous painting in the world was stolen in “The Mona Lisa Is Missing” – March 25 at 9 pm
The Mona Lisa is Missing Saturday, March 25 at 9 pm More than 8 million people pass through the Louvre, most of them just to get a glimpse of… Read More