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Toddlers Throw Tantrums Grow up to Wealthy Adults
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Parents shouldn't worry about violent video games
The effect of violence and video games has always been a debate. The articles says that parents don't need to worry about their kids because they are “well-aware of the artificiality of the play situation.” https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/03/why-violence-in-video-games-isnt-really-a-problem//www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/03/why-violence-in-video-games-isnt-really-a-problem
Changing tables in men’s restrooms
Unlike in many women’s restrooms, it’s common to walk into a men’s restroom armed with a diaper bag and a wet child only to discover that there are no diaper-changing stations. This is what the movement is about! Fathers are stepping out to squat. We will Squat until change comes. Changing Table…
Drag queen story time for pre-schools
30 cross-dressing male performers touring British schools as part of Drag Queen Story Time, telling stories that spread a message of self-acceptance to promote diversity in early education. Watch the video here - https://www.facebook.com/sbsnews/videos/drag-queen-story-time-for-pre-schools/2222989421109422/
Singapore is no longer comparing students
Singapore has long been an educational high-achiever, endorsing rote learning and long study hours to propel school children toward exam success. But change is in the air as the island state rethinks its approach to education. Discussions, homework and quizzes are set to replace marks and grades as the preferred method of collecting information on the performance of young primary school pupils. Starting in 2019, exams for primary years 1 and 2 students will be abolished. Older primary and secondary students will also study in a less competitive environment. Marks for each subject will be rounded off to the nearest whole number — without decimal places — to lower the emphasis on academic success.