Use of corporate tax breaks to spur economic development appears to be connected with public school underfunding, said Dr. Christine Wen, Texas A&M assistant professor of urban planning, in her recently published study that examined the relationship between business incentives and school finances in nine U.S. states.
International law supports women’s right to breastfeed in the public. However, women report having been subjected to negative responses and [...]
The majority of research on environmental attitudes and behavior is coming from the United States and other English-speaking countries, a [...]
Rats in the kitchen. Typically that implies issues with cleanliness and safety. But in medieval Japan, having rats in the [...]