Equal access to good quality education requires addressing wide ranging and persistent inequalities in society and should include a stronger focus on how different forms of inequality intersect to produce unequal outcomes for marginalized and vulnerable groups. Post 2015 consultations suggest that overcoming inequality requires a goal that makes national governments accountable for providing minimum standards and implementing country specific plans for basic services, including education. Equity in education also implies various proactive and targeted measures to offer progressive support to disadvantaged groups..
Religious extremism is dangerous, no matter the religion in question. It is also the ultimate irony and contradiction, since most of the world’s major religions have some dictum in place against killing people. And, so far as I have been able to determine, not one of them includes a qualifier stating, ” Unless they don’t agree with us; then slaughter them all.”.
What’s the purpose of sore feet? A horse with foot pain will step higher, in an effort to avoid putting weight on the painful hoof. Every step the horse takes can be agonizing, and permanent damage can occur. When not in the show ring, some of these poor horses have difficulty standing and might spend much of their off time lying down..
Rock climbers view the vertical walls of Devils Tower as a difficult challenge. We were fascinated by the rock climbers making their way up the nearly 1200 ft. Sheer walls and amazed at at the number of climbers who clung to those walls in various stages of reaching the top.
In addition, there is no expiration date to the offices held by these rulers. Many ruled for decades and used force and illegal vote tampering to assure their continued power. In some countries, the dictator may appoint their own successor. Bill Belichick vs. Roger GoodellSpygate. Deflategate.
The horror builds gradually.The “Spotlight” team is allowed to spend months, even years, exploring single stories, but this one at first looks to the unit’s chief, Michael Keaton’s Walter “Robby” Robinson, like a long shot. He and the others are Catholic, and even if they’ve lapsed, who wants to offend relatives or neighbors? Plus, more than half the Globe’s subscribers are Catholic and prone to picketing the paper. It takes an outsider new, non Bostonian, Jewish editor, Marty Baron, played by Liev Schreiber to ratchet things up.The turning point is when Baron meets with Robinson, reporters Michael Rezendes (played by Mark Ruffalo) and Sacha Pfeiffer (played by Rachel McAdams), and deputy managing editor Ben Bradlee, Jr.