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New Orleans schools: A nexus of poverty, high expulsion rates, hyper-security and novice teachers

John, an eighth grader at the time, gives another student on school grounds a candy bar. He is spotted by a security guard and told he now faces suspension.
Jul 31, 2020

New Orleans schools: A nexus of poverty, high expulsion rates, hyper-security and novice teachers

New Orleans schools: A nexus of poverty, high expulsion rates, hyper-security and novice teachers

John, an eighth grader at the time, gives another student on school grounds a candy bar. He is spotted by a security guard and told he now faces suspension.
John, an eighth grader at the time, gives another student on school grounds a candy bar. He is spotted by a security guard and told he now faces suspension.
Jul 31, 2020

Florida bill would give utilities greater control over reclaimed water

Florida bill would give utilities greater control over reclaimed water

State Rep. Trudi Williams, R-Fort Myers (Pic by Meredith Geddings, via myfloridahouse.gov) GOP state lawmakers will soon introduce a bill to eliminate regulations on the reclaimed water often used by Florida utilities — treating it as an alternative water supply owned by utilities, and not by the state. The chair of the House Select Committee on Water Policy, state Rep.
State Rep. Trudi Williams, R-Fort Myers (Pic by Meredith Geddings, via myfloridahouse.gov) GOP state lawmakers will soon introduce a bill to eliminate regulations on the reclaimed water often used by Florida utilities — treating it as an alternative water supply owned by utilities, and not by the state. The chair of the House Select Committee on Water Policy, state Rep.
Jul 31, 2020
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