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“There’s no sugarcoating the results.”

Maryland State Superintendent of Schools MOHAMMED CHOUDHARY after national test results released Oct. 24 showed Maryland fourth and eighth grade math scores dropped by up to 11 points since 2019. Test results showed multiple states experienced educational losses during the pandemic.

“We can’t just assume that women are miniature males.”

University of Georgia professor JULIANNE SCHMIDT, commenting to NPR on her research showing most studies of concussion injuries focus on males, not females, although evidence suggests women and girls may need more recovery time for such injuries.

“I am 100% certain the picture is the wrong way around.”

SUSANNE MEYER-BÜSER, curator of a Düsseldorf, Germany, museum whose collection includes the abstract artwork New York City 1 by late Dutch artist Piet Mondrian. The artwork has apparently hung upside-down for 75 years.

“We are a conquered people that still have to swear allegiance to a conquering King.”

YVES-FRANÇOIS BLANCHET, leader of Canada’s Bloc Québécois political party, voicing support for 14 recently elected Quebec politicians who refused to swear an oath of allegiance to the British monarch as required by Canadian law.


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