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Oklahoma state superintendent unveils incentive-based teacher pay … – The Lion

Oklahoma’s top education official scrapped an across-the-board pay raise for public school teachers and instead proposed rewarding the state’s best teachers. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Ryan Walters also promised to keep radical ideologies and inappropriate books out of the classroom. The incentive pay plan will cost $150…

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COLUMN: Stoking the fires of wokeness | Columns … – Tahlequah Daily Press

When the talk turns to left-wing "woke" ideology on college campuses, I sometimes say I was there at the creation. I basically resigned my first academic job over it. Clearly it was quit or get fired - basically for having the wrong perceived identity and a congenital resistance…

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Russia-affiliated journalist paid for Quran burning in Sweden – I24NEWS

For the people at the bottom of the thread who keep repeating the same questions I made a FAQ Q: how can they do nothing about what is obviously a crime? (It’s not a crime) Q: How can it not be a crime? (Because it’s an expression that…

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Economy will determine electoral outcomes in 2022: Crain’s Juice DC Memo – Crain’s Chicago Business


For months, Republicans have been taunting the Democrats who run Washington about the state of the economy. GOP lawmakers have hammered President Joe Biden about surging inflation and supply chain breakdowns that have been a drag on business activity. Now, though, Democrats seem anxious to fight back. They…

Republican Kevin Rinke talks Trump, Whitmer and his $10 million campaign for governor – Fox17


LANSING, Mich. — Southeast Michigan businessman Kevin Rinke knows he’s risking a lot by putting $10 million of his own money into his campaign for Michigan governor.The Republican candidate also refutes criticism that he’s trying to “buy an election,” calling those claims “disingenuous.” Full interview with Kevin Rinke…