On International Education Day, here are the five emerging trends in education by Rajesh Bhatia

ANI | Updated: January 24, 2022 1:07 PM IS Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India]January 24 (ANI/NewsVoir): The United Nations General Assembly has proclaimed January 24 as the International Day of Education to celebrate the critical role that education plays in creating peace and development.UNESCO states that, “Without inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong opportunities for all, …

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‘Alice’ Mixes Fact with Fiction in This Journey Through Time – Black Girl Nerds

the story of Alice is inspired by true accounts while also being a creative work of fiction. Writer/Director Krystin Ver Linden’s film Alice tells the story of a woman caught between two timelines in history. The titular character Alice, played by Keke Palmer, is a slave living on a plantation being physically and sexually assaulted …

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Maude Apatow harnesses the energy of her main character

When Maude Apatow was much younger, she would go to Target and scan the shelves for romance novels with good covers. No those kind of romance novels, nothing too much inappropriate, but books with plots weren’t necessarily written for a child whose age hadn’t yet reached double digits. Back then, Apatow read anything and everything, …

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Boris Johnson’s political future hangs in the balance as MPs await Sue Gray’s report

Boris Johnson’s political future hangs in the balance as MPs await the results of a critical investigation into multiple allegations of parties breaking the rules at No 10 during Covid restrictions. Sue Gray, the senior official tasked with investigating the events at Downing Street and other government departments, is expected to deliver her report to …

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‘Something for Everyone’: CAAPP Prepares for Next Black Study Series

The Center for Black Poetry and Poetics will soon bring together a variety of writers, artists, and musicians to converse with one another for its “Black Study of Intimacy, Part Two” in April. This is CAAPP’s fourth series of such programming under the title “Study Black” and continues the focus on intimacy from last semester’s …

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Fascinating anecdotes and non-fiction stand out on the third and final day of the 13th Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2022

6 BOOK COVERS MAKE THE 2022 OXFORD BOOKSTORE BOOK COVER AWARD SHORT LIST Fascinating anecdotes and non-fiction stand out on the third and final day of the 13th Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2022 Kolkata, January 24, 2022: the 13the The edition of the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival concluded with a cocktail of short stories, poetry, …

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