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Voting: Rights, Acts, Bills, and Amendments

The 15th Amendment was codified (arranged into the United States Code) in 1965 and is known as the Voting Rights Act of that year. There have since been four amendments, and a fifth is being drafted. According to an article in The Hill, Democrats are under a self-imposed deadline to pass

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Gray’s Anatomy Of Self Directed Learning

Gray’s Anatomy of Self Directed Learning

I “met” Peter Gray in 2020, around the time Harvard constituents sought to dismantle homeschooling and its propagation. The pandemic was affecting a surge in homeschooling practitioners and advocates, and Harvard Law Professor Elizabeth Bartholet called for a ban on families’ right to educate at home. In Bartholet’s highly opinionated

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