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In March 2018, 21 Savage announced the creation of the 21 Savage Bank Account Campaign (named after his hit song \"Bank Account\") on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, he also announced that he was donating $21,000 to the cause. He stated, \"I started the 21 Savage Bank Account Campaign and it's to help kids learn how to save money and make money, and open bank accounts for kids.\" Four months later, he donated $10,000 to Atlanta's Continental Colony Elementary School to fund an anti-bullying campaign.
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Folmer graduated from Clovis Unified and has spent 20 years working in the district, having served as a teacher, instructional specialist, learning director, principal and an assistant superintendent.
English learners and students with disabilities are under-identified as gifted and talented, but states that have specific policies requiring schools to offer services enroll these students at much higher rates.
Researchers found that English learners and students with disabilities are identified as gifted and talented at rates equal to one-eighth to one-sixth of their representation in the overall student population.
However, they also found that in states where schools were required to have formal plans for gifted services, they were 10 percentage points more likely to offer services to English learners and students with disabilities. When states conducted audits to make sure schools were offering services, schools were 23 percentage points more likely to offer gifted services to these students.
The researchers also found that the top 5% of schools with the highest equity of enrollment of English learners and students with disabilities identified as gifted were smaller, had more students from low-income families and had lower overall test scores.
According to the lawsuit, Clare Weber, a former vice provost on the campus, complained to Zhu and Morales that she and other women vice provosts were paid less than their male counterparts. Weber learned she was also one of the lowest paid despite having many assignments.
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