Even in America’s breadbasket, most children know more about TikTok than livestock. But some schools are making farm work into classwork. They’ve built chicken coops and sheep pens near their playgrounds in ways that seem to pay off in the classroom.
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Iowa’s revenue forecasters said Friday the state is in a strong financial position, and the interim state budget director believes the state is bringing in enough money to allow for more tax cuts.
Thousands of John Deere factory workers went on strike on Thursday.
Former NFL player Jon Vaughn talks with NPR's Ailsa Chang from his sit-in protest outside the University of Michigan president's home after sex abuse allegations emerged about a school doctor.
An administrator with the Southlake School District reportedly made the statement during a meeting when a new state law came up. It says multiple perspectives should be presented on certain topics.
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