Dana Goldstein, New York Times 1:06 pm PDT, Thursday, April 25, 2019 The playground at Roof Top Elementary School in San Francisco, Dec. 6, 2018. A system designed to empower parents and integrate schools has not worked as intended, offering a cautionary tale to districts across the country. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times) less The playground at Roof Top Elementary School in San Francisco, Dec. 6, 2018. A system designed to empower parents and integrate schools has not worked as intended, offering a cautionary tale to districts across ... more Photo: Jim Wilson, NYT Photo: Jim Wilson, NYT Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 The playground at Roof Top Elementary School in San Francisco, Dec. 6, 2018. A system designed to empower parents and integrate schools has not … [Read more...] about San Francisco had an ambitious plan to tackle school segregation. It made it worse.
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KOLKATA: Trouble erupted at NRS Medical College and Hospital on Friday late evening after a eight year old girl - Sneha Sarkar died allegedly after her oxygen mask was removed by the doctor treating the patient, claimed family members. Locals along with a section of agitated relatives tried to enter the pediatric ward leading to a face-off with the doctors and attendants. Sneha, the only daughter of Narayan Chandra Sarkar was a resident of Beliaghata and student of Class I in a English medium school. Aparna, Sneha's grieving mother alleged on Saturday that her child was denied proper medical assistance and succumbed only after being refused to be administered oxygen. "Sneha was admitted on Thursday to the NRS Medical College and Hospital after we noticed considerable swelling in different parts of her body and face. She was also complaining of chest pain and continuously kept coughing which was accompanied with vomiting, multiple times. We presumed that my daughter was … [Read more...] about Trouble at NRS Medical College and Hospital after 8-year-old girl dies
EL DORADO HILLS, Calif. — A preliminary investigation into the death of a 13-year-old student with autism at a Northern California private school has found the school violated state rules when its staff put him in a face-down restraint position for nearly an hour. The California Department of Education found "sufficient evidence" that staffers at Guiding Hands School in El Dorado Hills violated multiple state rules governing how and when physical restraints can be used on students, the Sacramento Bee reported. The boy, identified as Max Benson, became unresponsive while being held in a "prone restraint" for nearly an hour at the school on Nov. 28 and died a day later at UC Davis Medical Center. "Max's family is in terrible grief and they are, as I would expect, trying to deal with the shock and the loss that they face," Seth Goldstein, an attorney for Benson's mother, told CBS Sacramento. Two parents who said their children witnessed the physical restraint told them Benson … [Read more...] about Probe into death of student with autism finds school violated rules
Dhruv Khullar, The Washington Post Published 8:33 am PDT, Sunday, September 23, 2018 I've never cared for a Hmong child, but I often think about what it would be like. The summer before we started medical school, I and other students were advised to read Anne Fadiman's "The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down." The book chronicles the illness of Lia Lee, a Hmong girl with severe epilepsy, and her family's saga navigating the American medical system. The Hmong come from Southeast Asia. The story has become a symbol of the sometimes devastating consequences of a cultural divide - a cautionary tale of miscommunication, misperception and mistrust, culminating in a catastrophic two-hour seizure and permanent brain damage. Lia died in 2012, after living the last 26 years of her life in a persistent vegetative state. Recommended Video: Now Playing: It has been seven years since Syrians took the streets to demand their freedom and more socio-economic rights. The … [Read more...] about Even as the US grows more diverse, the medical profession is slow to follow