Schmerelson takes early lead over Koziatek for LAUSD seat

Despite an expensive campaign by charter school backers intent on unseating the current office holder, Scott Schmerelson, the incumbent in the Los Angeles Unified school board race for District 3, had an early lead over political newcomer Marilyn Koziatek as voting results started trickling in on Tuesday, Nov. 3. As of Tuesday afternoon, more than $7.4 million in independent expenditures had been spent on the race by outside interest groups — mainly allies of the teachers union or charter school...
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Accounting for Organizational Employment Impact

Impact-weighted accounting methodology standardizes previously disparate measures of impact, in this case the impact of employment. This paper’s methodology and analysis of Intel, Apple, Costco, and Merck shows the feasibility of measuring firm employment impact for insight into firm practices and performance. [Author: by David Freiberg, Katie Panella, George Serafeim, and T. Robert Zochowski]
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An Executive Order Worth $100 Billion: The Impact of an Immigration Ban’s Announcement on Fortune 500 Firms’ Valuation

President Trump’s Executive Order issued on June 22, 2020 restricted the entry of temporary foreign workers to the United States and negatively affected the valuation of 471 publicly traded Fortune 500 firms by an estimated $100 billion. [Author: by Dany Bahar, Prithwiraj Choudhury, and Britta Glennon]
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The Stock Market Value of Human Capital Creation

Measuring human capital creation is complex but increasingly important to managers for understanding the relationship between employee expenditures and firm performance. This paper develops a strategy to examine aspects of the intangible human capital investment embedded in a firm’s personnel expense. [Author: by Matthias Regier and Ethan Rouen]
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L.A. County reports another 1,224 coronavirus cases, 23 more deaths

Los Angeles County reported 1,224 new cases of COVID-19 and 23 additional deaths on Tuesday, Nov. 3, bringing the county’s totals to 311,745 cases and 7,097 fatalities. The numbers come as public health officials continued to warn that the area’s coronavirus crisis is worsening and threatens to become even more dire during the upcoming holiday season unless behaviors rapidly change. “With our cases increasing, we are concerned about holiday gatherings and cooler weather where people are more lik...
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Three Days in Twin Peaks: An In-Depth Journey Through the Evocative Locations of David Lynch’s TV Series After a time of great personal loss, a friend of mine set off on a road trip around the United States. When I later asked what part of the country had made the deepest impression on him, he named a few towns about thirty miles east of Seattle: the shooting locations, he hardly needed tell a fellow David Lynch fan, of Twin Peaks. Raised in Spokane, Washington, among a variety of other modest American cities, Lynch saw clearly the look and feel ...
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10 Hours of Nick Offerman Quietly Drinking Single Malt Scotch by the Fire Just a handy way to keep your mind off of the sturm and drang of the US election today. If this doesn’t quite do the trick, find some alternatives in the Relateds below. Related Content: Moby Lets You Download 4 Hours of Ambient Music to Help You Sleep, Meditate, Do Yoga & Not Panic Meditation for Beginners: Buddhist Monks & Teachers Explain the Basics Hear “Weightless,” the Most Relaxing Song Ever Made, According to Researchers (You’ll Need It...
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8 Comfy Yet Stylish Lazy Day Outfits We Love

Every busy woman needs some lazy day outfits in her repertoire.
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Udacity raises $75M in debt, says its tech education business is profitable after enterprise pivot

Online education tools continue to see a surge of interest boosted by major changes in work and learning practices in the midst of a global health pandemic. And today, one of the early pioneers of the medium is announcing some funding as it tips into profitability on the back of a pivot to enterprise services, targeting businesses and governments who are looking to upskill workers to give them tech expertise more relevant to modern demands. Udacity, which provides online courses and popularized ...
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Martin Luther King: “You Know Who to Vote For. I’m Just Asking You to Vote!” (1964) The more things change, the more they stay the same. At another turning point in U.S. history–when LBJ ran against Barry Goldwater in the 1964 presidential election–Martin Luther King, Jr. urged voters to stand up and be counted. To set the scene, the UCLA Film & Television Archive writes: King, who had just been named the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for his commitment to nonviolent resistance, embarked on a cross-country get-out-the-vote c...
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The Iconic Photography of Gordon Parks: An Introduction to the Renaissance American Artist I felt the need for me to somehow or another, use humanity to get people to become aware of how people suffered. That was what drove me to it. Poet, novelist, jazz pianist, classical composer, co-founder of Essence magazine, and first Black director of a major Hollywood film, based on a book he himself wrote…. Oh, and he also directed Shaft, the high watermark of Blaxploitation film and a production, says Evan Puschak, the Nerdwriter, above, “t...
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RPSC Assistant Professor College Education Recruitment 2020

Assistant Professor College Education Vacancy Recruitment by RPSC 2020 Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) invites Online application on prescribed format for the recruitment for the following Faculty Sarkari Naukri vacancy of Assistant Professor (College Education) Recruitment Examination 2020 for College Education Department of Rajasthan Government (Advt. No. 04/EP-I/2020-21). Rajasthan PSC recruitment examination requires hard work, dedication, and extensive study. The... Please Click...
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