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BAGHDAD – Protesters in Baghdad are staging a sit-in demanding that US troops leave Iraq. Counterterrorism troops patrol the streets. A federal court is wondering whether to certify the results of parliamentary elections two months ago. But at the Baghdad International Fair grounds, hardly anyone cares about all of this. Inside is the Baghdad International …

IWhile in recent years American policy books have been mostly known for fleeting, by 2021 the winds of history have started to blow through the doors – sometimes with devastating effect. The advent of a new administration untied tongues and made documents more easily accessible as some sought redemption, justification, or simply glory. Such books …

The question, then, is whether what we consider to be the normal state of affairs has been a dignified development. Examining this question seems, quite clearly, to be some kind of self-improvement, even if you don’t get conclusive answers, which you probably don’t. And this understanding is a tool for dealing with today’s dilemmas: for …

Texas school districts are facing a wave of book-related challenges from local lawmakers and parents, all of whom aim to keep specific titles on topics they deem inappropriate out of the reach of students. This process was started by an October letter from Republican State Representative Matt Krause to Texas School Districts, in which he …

The well-known clerk will be at Bookworm, Liberty Square, Thurles Father Brian D’Arcy is Ireland’s best-known religious. Over fifty years as a priest, journalist and broadcaster, he has been the most outspoken commentator on topical, religious, social and political issues. And, he signs his new book – It has to be said – at Bookworm, …

This is the Education Briefing, a weekly update on the most important education news in the United States. Sign up here to receive this newsletter to your inbox. Today, battle for books in school libraries; changes in school and union leadership; and finding a wife for black Santa Claus. Texas battle for textbooks The battle …

An Urbandale panel, known as the Teaching Materials Review Committee, voted on Monday that school libraries should keep five titles on their shelves despite a complaint from parents. The eight-person committee, including community representatives, students and teachers, voted to recommend Superintendent Rosalie Daca that the five books be kept and used as intended. The books …

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Members of city council and the city’s economic director argued verbally at a council finance committee meeting over the cancellation of a redevelopment project at Dorian’s old building Books. Last Thursday, 802 Elm Development asked the city to cancel the request for the $ 2 million floating loan, said T. Sharon Woodberry, …

By Marcus McIntosh Click here for updates on this story URBANDALE, Iowa (KCCI) – Five books could be pulled from school libraries in Urbandale this week. District leaders are meeting on Monday to decide whether the books are suitable for students. It’s a smoldering debate for over a month after some parents led the charge …

FROM URBAN DALE SCHOOL LIBRARIES THIS WEEK DISTRICT LEADERS MEET TODAY TO DECIDE IF THE BOOKS ARE SUITABLE FOR STUDENTS. THIS DEBATE HAS REALLY BEEN ON FOR MORE THAN A MONTH IN CASE THE GUYS MARCUS MCINSHTO JOIN US LIVE FROM URBAN DALE THIS MORNING AND FROM MARCUS. WE KNOW THE PARENTS LEAD THE CHARGE …