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Global Newsstand: Diverse teaching staffs are valuable, and more

The Guardian / SydneyDiverse teaching staffs must be valued

“These are banner times for the education system across Australia and North America,” writes Jessie Tu. “... In the past few years, the lack of cultural diversity in mainstream media, sports and government has been a contentious topic of discussion. ... But what about the individuals who stand in front of them, day in day out? ... When the teaching population does

The Hindu / Chennai, IndiaGandhi’s thoughts on politics have been sidelinedThe Globe and Mail / TorontoMigrant workers need more protection in Canadian policiesBusinessDay / JohannesburgBoeing needed to act soonerStabroek News / Georgetown, GuyanaSocial media can encourage destructive groupthink

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