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A middle school teacher who read to his students from Ender’s Game is on “administrative leave” because a parent complained to the school that Orson Scott Card’s classic novel is “pornographic.” The parent also went to the local police, who have not yet pressed criminal charges against the teacher, according to the Aiken, SC Standard.

Teacher’s Job in Jeopardy for Reading to Kids from Ender’s Game

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rosaaluxemburgg:

WE’RE NOT #1.

rosaaluxemburgg:

WE’RE NOT #1.

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newyorker:

Cartoon of the day. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/AtMb5w

newyorker:

Cartoon of the day. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/AtMb5w

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mohandasgandhi:

The Pacific nation of Kiribati is negotiating to buy land in Fiji so it can move islanders under threat from rising sea levels, in what could be the first climate-induced relocation of a country.

Anote Tong, the Kiribati President, said he was in talks with Fiji’s military government to buy up to 2000 hectares of freehold land on which his 113,000 countrymen could resettle.
[…]
”This is the last resort, there’s no way out of this one,” Mr Tong said. ”Our people will have to move as the tides have reached our homes and villages.”
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It’s time to start seriously talking about climate change. It should have never gotten to this point.

mohandasgandhi:

The Pacific nation of Kiribati is negotiating to buy land in Fiji so it can move islanders under threat from rising sea levels, in what could be the first climate-induced relocation of a country.

Anote Tong, the Kiribati President, said he was in talks with Fiji’s military government to buy up to 2000 hectares of freehold land on which his 113,000 countrymen could resettle.

[…]

”This is the last resort, there’s no way out of this one,” Mr Tong said. ”Our people will have to move as the tides have reached our homes and villages.”

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It’s time to start seriously talking about climate change. It should have never gotten to this point.