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The human rights organization has launched an online petition to rally support for girls’ education. The organization is urging education advocates and its global audience to sign the petition, aiming to broaden the campaign for the protection of girls’ education.

With a focus on intersectionality, she highlights the need to address systemic barriers and promote inclusion at all educational levels. Dr. Thomas emphasizes the importance of universal learning design and policies that support vulnerable groups, including those from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds and remote areas.

The policy, affecting key institutions like Florida International University and the University of Florida, raises concerns about academic diversity, inclusivity, and freedom. Additionally, recent legislation curbing diversity, equity, and inclusion programs in colleges sparks further debate over campus free speech and the future of Florida’s higher education.

Senior US Education official resigns over Biden's handling of Gaza conflict

In a letter to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, Habash expressed, “I cannot stay silent as this administration turns a blind eye to the atrocities committed against innocent Palestinian lives, in what leading human rights experts have called a genocidal campaign by the Israeli government.”

According to the report, students in the UK not only encounter a higher prevalence of bullying but also feel less safe at school compared to the global average. Additionally, they are more likely to witness fights and experience threats and vandalism within the school environment.

Key findings show that these groups incur more student loan debt, take longer to complete their degrees, and are more likely to attend for-profit institutions with fewer resources. This financial and institutional burden leads to a preference for industry jobs over academic roles, affecting the diversity of the academic workforce and the broader STEM field.

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