India / Turkey / Singapore / Brazil / Russia / China / South Africa / Korea / Germany / Spain / Australia / Japan / Varkey Foundation

Hours per week parents spend helping kids with homework, 2018. India: 12 Turkey: 8.7 Singapore: 7.9 Brazil: 7.5 Russia: 7.5 China: 7.2 South Africa: 6.8 US: 6.2 S Korea: 5.4 Germany: 5 Spain: 4.8 Australia: 4.4 France: 3.9 UK: 3.6 Japan: 2.6 (Varkey Foundation)

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I voted YES on @MarioDB 's resolution to condemn BernieSanders' comments about Fidel Castro. The House should make it clear that the "literacy program" Sanders praised was a propaganda tool to spread Marxist-socialist ideologies. Sadly the House chose to not condemn communism.

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