Study: Sweden Has Schools Open, Millions of Kids, No Masks, No Lockdown & No Deaths

(Arjun Walia) A letter to the editor published in the New England Journal of Medicine titled “Open Schools, Covid-19, and Child and Teacher Morbidity in Sweden” has found that “Despite Sweden’s having kept schools and preschools open, we found a low incidence of severe Covid-19 among schoolchildren and children of preschool age during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic…No child with Covid-19 died…Among the 1,951,905 million children who were 1 to 16 years of age, 15 children had Covid-19, MIS-C, or both conditions and were admitted to an ICU, which is equal to 1 child in 130,000.”

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Teen Whose Profane Snapchat Message Got Her Suspended Sues School over Free Speech and Wins. Now the District Wants to Take It to the Supreme Court.

(Sarah Taylor) A Pennsylvania school district is requesting the Supreme Court weigh in on a case after a freshman cheerleader and her parents sued the district after it disciplined the teen for a profane message she shared on social media.

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Duke University Official Admits ‘It Would Be Easy’ To Remove Due Process Protections From Accused Students Under Biden Administration

(Ashe Schow) A Duke University administrator said that the school limits due process protections for students accused of sexual misconduct and plans to remove those protections altogether once Democrat Joe Biden becomes president.

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Supreme Court declines to hear religious liberty challenge against school closures

(Nicole Russell) In a bit of a surprise decision, the Supreme Court declined to even hear the case the Attorney General of Kentucky and a private, religious school submitted challenging the Kentucky Governor’s COVID-19 restrictions. However, Justices Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch did dissent, stating they would have heard the case.

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