Pregnant College Girls Should Not Have to Choose Between Child, Education

In Child Education | on December, 19, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

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By Kristan Hawkins , CP Op-Ed Contributor

December 17, 2014|9:15 am

Robin’s contractions had started yet she was standing with me in the pouring rain at the University of New Mexico in front of a Students for Life’s display about the consequences of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, the infamous Supreme Court decisions that legalized abortion throughout all nine months of pregnancy. A member of the leadership team of the UNM Students for Life and one of the founding members of its campus’ Pregnant on Campus outreach program, she wanted to be there to talk to her fellow students about abortion.

Robin could have related to almost any student on a college campus who was pregnant. The awkward stares. The cluelessness about where to go for special housing for parenting……………. continues on Christian Post

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THE Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Education, Sport, Arts and Culture yesterday disappointed members of the junior Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Education when they failed to turn up to hear children’s grievances on the education sector in Zimbabwe.

VENERANDA LANGA
SENIOR PARLIAMENTARY REPORTER

Some of the school children in the Junior Pa……………. continues on NewsDay

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