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'Do not lose hope:' Bexar DA asks crime victims for patience as courts prepare for juries
With OK from experts, some states resume use of J&J vaccine | WCBD News 2
With new flexibility from the Biden administration, states are adopting a patchwork of testing plans that aim to curb the stress of exams while still capturing some data on student learning. The lenient approach means large swaths of students will go untested, shattering hopes for a full picture of how much learning has been set back by the pandemic. In New York City, students must opt in to be tested this year. In Los Angeles, most students are not being asked to take state exams this year. Other districts are scaling back questions or testing in fewer subjects. It's the latest episode in a long-fought battle over school testing and, as in the past, parents are polarized. Some are demanding tests to get a sense of their children's progress.
Legal advocates say federal budget can ease 'crisis' in courts, but more should be done
A digest of links to media coverage of clergy abuse. Markus Graulich, under-secretary of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts, discusses how the revisions aim to bring greater justice in the context of other offenses and grave delicts as well as those involving clerical sexual abuse. The new rules explicitly criminalize sexual exploitation of adults by priests who abuse their authority and also apply to lay people with power in the church.
State District Judge Ron Rangel, shown in this file photo, has come up with a plan for in-person jury trials to resume in June Gonzales said Monday. When the pandemic forced most of the nation to shut down in March , the Texas Supreme Court suspended jury summonses. On ExpressNews. Gonzales, shown in this file photo, has published a message to local crime victims, asking for patience as in-person jury trials are set to begin next month.