In Massachusetts, black girls are 3.9 times more likely to experience school discipline than their white counterparts, report finds

Massachusetts prides itself on its education policies and standards, but a report from the Appleseed Network shows that black girls are nearly four times more likely to experience school discipline than their white counterparts. The report, published by the Appleseed Non-Profit Network, analyzes disciplinary data for the 2015-2016 school year …

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McQuillen, Ridge, Robertson re-elected to NCET Board of Directors

Wes McQuillen, Alana Ridge and Kyle Robertson have been re-elected to the board of directors of NCET, a member-supported nonprofit that hosts educational and networking events to help people explore business and technology. McQuillen, re-elected NCET’s vice president of messaging services for Tech Wednesday, is director of ALTER Strategies, a …

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SC Gold Corporation announces partnership with South

NAIROBI, Kenya, March 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The world is currently in a new state of inflation: more and more businesses need more capital to operate as prices rise. However, financial entities such as banks are tightening their lending across all sectors of the economy. Markets are volatile as …

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Is It Time To Buy Luckin Coffee?

“Cheat on me once, shame on you. Cheat on me twice, shame on me.” This is a very relevant sentence for Cafe Luckinof (OTC: LKNC.Y) former, current and future potential investors who may consider this action. The besieged Chinese coffeeshop chain was delisted from the U.S. stock exchanges in June …

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Proposed smoking ban for all parks in Grand Rapids

UPDATE: The measure to hold a public hearing on the draft ordinance passed by a 5-2 vote. GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Grand Rapids is proposing to ban smoking and vaping in all city parks and playgrounds. If approved later this year by commissioners, the amendment to the ordinance would ban …

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