Photo: Flckr user Kari Sullivan A report by Oxford University researchers published last week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences calculated that there would be 8.1 million fewer deaths and as much as $1 trillion in health-care
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Black Minds Matter: Report Details Continued Inequity In Education by TeachThought Staff From a press release OAKLAND, CA (October 28, 2015) The Education Trust – West today released “Black Minds Matter: Supporting the Educational Success of Black Children in California,”
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