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News :: Education : Human Rights : Labor : Organizing : Social Welfare
Campaign for the Just Treatment of International Corps of Educators
17 Aug 2011
Modified: 04:33:33 AM
1-Filipino-teachers-USA.jpgOver the past decade, the United States saw a growing shortage of teachers especially in inner-city and remote rural schools. This shortage was further compounded with the increased need for highly-qualified teachers as mandated by the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 mainly in core areas such as math, science and special education. In response to this shortage, school districts all over the country looked around the globe to recruit experienced and credentialed teachers to assist the country in educating its children. This was answered more than willingly by thousands of foreign teachers annually.
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Commentary :: War and Militarism
Falsified Major Media Reports on Libya
17 Aug 2011
anti-war
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Commentary :: War and Militarism
Daily Rogue State Israeli Lawlessness
17 Aug 2011
lawlessness
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Commentary :: Politics
The Transcendent President
16 Aug 2011
For the last two and a half years we have been waiting for the kind of change the nation opted for in November of 2008. We waited with baited breath and no matter what we kept the faith. Though not all, most Americans overwhelmingly voted for the current president and even more believed we would be moving in a better direction with him in office. President Obama has not accomplished the majority of his major promises. The economy is not significantly improved, the opportunity to end the wars has not been taken, healthcare reform was passed, but that was not why the majority of the nation voted for him, and it took up an entire year when so much else could have been accomplished.
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Netanyahu Spurns Social Justice Demands
16 Aug 2011
class war
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Economic End Times
16 Aug 2011
class war
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Commentary :: Labor
Capitalism's New Era
15 Aug 2011
“Karl Marx got it right, at some point capitalism can destroy itself,” said Mr. Roubini, in an interview with the Wall Street Journal. “We thought markets worked. They’re not working.”

The world economy is in shambles and about to get worse, according to even mainstream economists. How bad is anybody's guess. Some things, however, are certain: the recovery that politicians have been promising for years existed only in their heads. The reality of the situation is now apparent to millions of people across the globe, who before clung to the empty promises of economic recovery. This new found consciousness will inevitably find expression in the political realm and, more importantly, the streets.
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Commentary :: Human Rights
BTL:World Health Organization Study Links Cell Phone Use to Cancer Risk
15 Aug 2011
Interview with Devra Davis, Environmental Health Trust founder and president, conducted by Scott Harris
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Commentary :: Media
New York Times Disinformation, Denial and Suppressing Vital Truths
15 Aug 2011
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Commentary :: Human Rights
Israeli Social Justice Protests Continue
15 Aug 2011
class war
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