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The Illegal Casts an Eye Over Race, Community and Political Corruption

In THE ILLEGAL, his first novel after the highly acclaimed, Commonwealth Award- winning Someone Knows My Name--which became The Book of Negroes miniseries--Lawrence Hill gives a face to one particular refugee in a fast-paced narrative that seems ripped from the headlines. Like every young boy in Zantoroland, all Keita Ali has ever wanted to do is to run. Running means respect. Running means riches. And who ...

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Department of Education Gives States Guidance on New Schools Law

The letter to the state chiefs indicates that the Department of Education is conducting “a careful review” of the work each state is currently engaged in. It also pledged to “provide ongoing guidance to support schools, districts and states in the transition to ESSA.” ESSA is the acronym that is being used as shorthand to describe the new law. ...

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