The No Child Left Behind Act of 2002 was intended to hold schools responsible for their students’ education using something called the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) to measure test scores and overall performance.
For those who don’t “Reddit,” the political leaning of the website has slipped so far left that they’re idolizing Alexandria Ocasio (Nina, Pinta, Santa Maria) Cortez as the next presidential candidate because she was a waitress. Oh, and they’re using height as a defining professional feature.
For some reason, people in California love to tell others how brave they are for their choices. Such as adopting a mixed-race child. But what happens when someone says you’re not allowed to do that?
AB 239 “[made] instruction in sexual health education mandatory, [revised] human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention education content, [expanded] topics covered in sexual health education, [required] this instruction to be inclusive of different sexual orientations, and [clarified] parental consent policy” (AB 239).
Intersex babies (born with specific gender chromosomes, but display characteristics of the opposite gender) are born at about a rate of 0.018% (Sax, 2002). You may have seen stats such as 1 in 100 babies born are intersex (INSA.org) or 1.7% (Sax, 2002). But for the purpose of this blog post, we’ll go with the medical definition of intersex.
Does white privilege even exist? Some users on Reddit certainly think it’s alive and well in today’s political and social atmosphere.