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More grim L.A. County numbers arrive as officials race to ship first wave of coronavirus vaccines Sunday

Officials vowed that millions of doses of anti-coronavirus vaccines would start rolling out across the nation on Sunday, Dec. 13, offering an echo of hope as Los Angeles County and state health officials Saturday weathered another swell of chilling pandemic statistics. While falling short of Friday’s record-shattering numbers, Los Angeles County officials nonetheless reported 11,476 new COVID-19 cases and 70 deaths, bringing the county’s totals to 512,872 and 8,269, respectively. The county’s fi...
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10 Black Owned Businesses for All Your Holiday Needs

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Tags: Holiday Shopping, Holidays, Shopping, College, Gift Ideas, Wishlist, Shopping Guide, Winter 2020


Coronavirus: minister threatens headteacher over pre-Christmas online lessons

Letter shows government prepared to use Coronavirus Act to force English secondaries to stay openCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe government is using its emergency powers under the Coronavirus Act to threaten to use legal action against headteachers in England who want to allow their pupils to learn remotely in the run-up to Christmas.The Observer understands any schools that were planning to move most of their teaching online during the last week of term, to ensur...
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Minister threatens headteacher over pre-Christmas online lessons

Letter shows government prepared to use Coronavirus Act to force English secondaries to stay openCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe government is using its emergency powers under the Coronavirus Act to threaten to use legal action against headteachers in England who want to allow their pupils to learn remotely in the run-up to Christmas.The Observer understands any schools that were planning to move most of their teaching online during the last week of term, to ensur...
Tags: Health, Politics, England, Education, Conservatives, Society, UK News, Public services policy, Schools, Secondary Schools, Education policy, Health policy, Coronavirus


'Our school had children who couldn't afford event days'

The Child Poverty Action Group helped a Dundee primary make life better for deprived families Please donate to our appeal hereIt was the “special occasions” at her children’s school that Anna (name changed) struggled with. She and her partner both work but, with four children, stumping up the cash for Halloween costumes, Christmas jumper days or pyjama days was tricky.“Sometimes we could manage, other times we couldn’t,” she said. “I’ve kept my kids off school in the past when we couldn’t afford...
Tags: Education, Society, Poverty, Teaching, Charities, Social exclusion, Voluntary sector, Dundee, Schools, Primary schools, Anna, Child Poverty Action Group



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