Humane Issues in the News...

Each week we post links to news about humane education & humane living, and items connected to humane issues, from human rights to environmental preservation, to animal protection, to media, consumerism and culture.

"Why are Finland's schools successful?" (via Smithsonian) (9/11)

"Seafood suffers from fishy eco-labelling" (via Nature) (8/22/11)

"What works to close the education gap" (via NPR) (8/22/11)

New study shows widening gap between "haves" and "have-nots" (via Boston Globe) (8/21/11)

"The kids are not all right" (op-ed) (via NY Times) (8/21/11)

Couple fights to keep organic garden that defies zoning bylaw (via (8/21/11)

Florida schools adopting tougher standards for kindergarten (via Palm Beach Post News) (8/20/11)

Rights Commission rules that U.S. must do more to protect victims of domestic violence (via IPS) (8/19/11)

"One billion vehicles now cruise the planet" (via Discovery News) (8/18/11)

Gallup poll shows how public feels about public education (via Phi Delta Kappa) (8/11)

"Schools restore fresh cooking to the cafeteria" (via NY Times) (8/16/11)

"Teachers feeling 'beat down' as school year starts" (via NPR) (8/10/11)

Netherlands trying new system to charge car owners for miles driven (via NY Times) (8/10/11)

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