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Corporate Environmental Impact: Measurement, Data and Information

This paper proposes a methodology for investors, companies, or regulators to use established environmental resources, reasonably accessible in the public domain, to measure an organization’s environmental impact from operations. [Author: by George Serafeim, DG Park, David Freiberg, and T. Robert Zochowski]
Tags: College, David Freiberg, George Serafeim, by George Serafeim, Robert Zochowski, DG Park, and T. Robert Zochowski


Targeting High Ability Entrepreneurs Using Community Information: Mechanism Design in the Field

Based on a field experiment involving 1,345 microentrepreneurs in India, this study provides insight into the depth and breadth of social knowledge contained in rural and peri-urban social networks. [Author: by Reshmaan Hussam, Natalia Rigol, and Benjamin N. Roth]
Tags: College, India, by Reshmaan Hussam, Natalia Rigol, and Benjamin N. Roth, Benjamin N Roth, Reshmaan Hussam Natalia Rigol


Immigration Policies Threaten American Competitiveness

At this time of crisis, America risks signaling to global innovators and entrepreneurs that they have no future here, says William R. Kerr. [Author: by William R. Kerr]
Tags: College, America, William R Kerr, by William R. Kerr


4 edtech CEOs peer into the industry’s future

When Zach Sims first started pitching his coding startup, Codecademy , he framed it to investors as a corporate tutoring company. That was intentional, despite the fact that edtech is a $5 trillion business. “It was much easier for investors to understand instead of an education company,” he said, noting that the industry has long been defined by tight budgets and slow sales cycles. But, as millions adopt remote learning overnight, edtech’s reputation is changing — and investors are scramblin...
Tags: Startups, TC, Codecademy, Education, Tech, Edtech, Udemy, Zach Sims, Market Analysis, Quizlet, DreamBox Learning, Darren Shimkus, Matthew Glotzbach, Extra Crunch, Coronavirus, COVID-19


L.A. archdiocese says Catholic schools to learn remotely through rest of academic year

Private Catholic schools in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties will remain closed and continue with online learning through the remainder of the academic year, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles said on Monday, May 11. Like schools across the state, the archdiocese closed its campuses on March 17 amid the burgeoning coronavirus pandemic. “After recent discussions with public health officials in the three counties we serve, public and private K-12 campuses will not be included in the ini...
Tags: News, Education, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Sprint, Catholic, Lausd, Local News, Santa Barbara, Southern California, Los Angeles Ventura, Escala, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories Breeze


Dear Game Changers, join our 2020 Design Challenge

Dear Game Changers,Are you passionate about your work and ready to use your imagination to make a difference? If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to build a game of your own, tell us your idea—if you want to play it, we want to hear it.Starting today, we’re accepting applications for our 2020 Change the Game Design Challenge. And with schools closed for the year and many of you spending extra time at home, we’re shaking things up.This year, we revamped our Design Challenge to bring your inspir...
Tags: Google Play, Education, Aude Gandon


Little Richard Burst Into the “Then-Macho World of Rock” and “Changed it Forever”

If Sister Rosetta Tharpe was the Godmother of Rock and Roll, then Little Richard, who passed away Saturday at the age of 87 from bone cancer, deserves to be its Godfather. This is no empty honorific, despite the fact that Tharpe was already touring the country as a teenage gospel prodigy in 1932 when Richard Penniman was born in Macon Georgia, and "other musicians,” including Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Bo Diddley, and Elvis Presley, “had already been mining a similar vein by the time [Lit...
Tags: Google, Music, England, College, France, US, America, New York Times, Rosetta, Elvis Presley, Richard, Keith Richards, Penthouse, Facebook Twitter, Macon Georgia, Rosetta Tharpe


After 274 Years, Princeton Will Have Its First Black Valedictorian

Given Princeton’s troubled history with slavery, the valedictorian said he hoped the achievement “serves as inspiration to black students coming up behind me.”
Tags: News, Education, New Jersey, Ivy League, Black People, Johnson, Princeton, Princeton University, Nicholas, Colleges and Universities


The Case for a Universal Basic Income in the Time of COVID-19

The idea of Universal Basic Income (UBI) has been the subject of much debate in the past few years. The candidacy of Andrew Yang for U.S. President brought the issue to national prominence, where it has remained during the spread of COVID-19. What is UBI? Put simply, it proposes that the government give every citizen a certain amount of money each month to cover, at the least, basic living expenses. As the video above by YouTube channel Kurzgesagt explains, those citizens are then free t...
Tags: Google, Youtube, College, Economics, Fox, Davos, Current Affairs, Finland, Denver, Nixon, Facebook Twitter, University of Helsinki, Richard Nixon, Jon Henley, Friedman, Milton Friedman


Take a Virtual Tour of the Mütter Museum and Its Many Anatomically Peculiar Exhibits

A few months before Philaelphia’s Mütter Museum, exercising now familiar COVID-19 precautions, closed its doors to the public, it co-sponsored   to honor the victims to the previous century’s Spanish Flu pandemic, as well as "those who keep us safe today.” The event was part of a temporary exhibition, Spit Spreads Death: The Influenza Pandemic of 1918-19 in Philadelphia. Another temporary exhibition, Going Viral: Infection Through the Ages, opened in November, and now seems even stronger...
Tags: Google, Science, Biology, College, History, Museums, Albert Einstein, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania, Florence, Chang, Facebook Twitter, Tanya, Mutter Museum, Ayun Halliday, Anna Dhody


Coronavirus: Nearly all LAUSD students are now learning online, says district superintendent

Nearly every public school student in Los Angeles is participating in online learning, said L.A. Unified Superintendent Austin Beutner almost two months since schools closed for the coronavirus and nearing the academic year’s end. District officials said virtual summer school, which is open for any student wishing to attend, is slated to begin June 24. The district is also working on creating more online learning plans for students with disabilities. District leaders are also bracing for a histo...
Tags: News, Education, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Gavin Newsom, District, Columbia Memorial Space Center, Austin Beutner, Beutner, UTLA, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze, Coronavirus


How to Style Your Stripes This Spring Like Lana Condor, Lucy Hale, and Lily Collins

Stripes never go out of style – here's how to wear the print this spring, inspired by celebs.
Tags: Celebs, College, Inspiration, Stripes, Celebrity Fashion, Lily Collins, Lucy Hale, Celebrity Street Style of the Week, Lana Condor, Lana Condor Lucy Hale


"The strongest brand in the world is not Apple or Mercedes-Benz or Coca-Cola. The strongest brands are MIT, Oxford, and Stanford."

"Academics and administrators at the top universities have decided over the last 30 years that we’re no longer public servants; we’re luxury goods. We get a lot of ego gratification every time our deans stand up in front of the faculty and say, 'This year, we didn’t reject 85 percent of applicants; we rejected 87 percent!,' and there’s a huge round of applause. That is tantamount to the head of a homeless shelter bragging about turning away nine of ten people who showed up last night. We as acad...
Tags: Apple, Education, Law, Stanford, Ferrari, Commerce, Handbags, Coca Cola, New York Magazine, Mercedes Benz, Birkin, Scott Galloway, Ann Althouse, Garner (the Word, Post-coronavirus Culture, MIT Oxford


'I'm a little frightened': Parisians edge their way out of lockdown

French capital begins cautious reopening of shops and schools despite continued coronavirus riskCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageOn an unseasonably chill grey May morning, in coats and scarves, Paris came out of lockdown in much the same mood as it went into it two months ago: a bit hesitantly; dragging its feet; not entirely sure what the rules were of another new non-normality.“I’m a little bit frightened,” admitted Marianna Mota, reopening her florist’s on the rue C...
Tags: Europe, Business, Education, France, World news, Retail industry, Consumer Spending, Paris, Schools, rue Condorcet, Coronavirus outbreak, Marianna Mota


Salvador Dalí’s Tarot Cards, Cookbook & Wine Guide Re-Issued as Beautiful Art Books

Maintaining an aggressively upward-waxed mustache; making a surrealist film with Luis Buñuel that Buñuel described as "nothing more than a desperate impassioned call for murder"; bringing an anteater on The Dick Cavett Show: Salvador Dalí can be described as a master of attention-grabbing gambits, by his admirers and detractors alike. No wonder, then, that he appears to have some serious admirers at Taschen. Known as a publisher of books that draw a great deal of press for their boundary-pushin...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Books, California, College, Salvador Dalí, Seoul, Alice, Facebook Twitter, Dali, Millet, Taschen, Gala, Luis Buñuel, Colin Marshall


The Cities We Need

America’s cities were once engines of growth and opportunity. In this crisis, how can we save them?
Tags: News, Education, New York City, America, Poverty, Income Inequality, Discrimination, King, Zoning, Urban Areas, Martin Luther Jr, Race and Ethnicity, San Francisco (Calif, Segregation and Desegregation


The Coronavirus and The Cities We Need

America’s cities were once engines of growth and opportunity. In this crisis, how can we save them?
Tags: News, Education, New York City, America, Poverty, Income Inequality, Discrimination, King, Zoning, Urban Areas, Martin Luther Jr, Race and Ethnicity, San Francisco (Calif, Segregation and Desegregation


Must-read books for agents who want to keep learning

In the fast-paced world of luxury real estate, it can feel like you’re always trying to reach the bottom of an endless to-do list. And in the course of a busy day, reading can be one of the first things to fall by the wayside. But for agents who do make room for books, the benefits are myriad.
Tags: Sponsored, Education, Reading, Radio, Agent, Mindset, Simon Sinek, Start With Why, Luxury Real Estate, Robert Sherman, Jay Papasan, Priestner, Tom Ferry, William Ury, Disney Institute, Jennifer Irwin



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