Folsom Cordova District Returns To In-Person Learning Before County Moves Back To Purple Tier

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LA County’s surge continues: 2,152 new coronavirus infections

Los Angeles County reported 2,152 new cases of COVID-19 and 22 additional deaths on Wednesday, Nov. 11, bringing the county’s totals to 327,964 cases and 7,216 fatalities. The high number of new cases came one day after officials said it would be weeks before the county could move into a less-restrictive tier of the state’s four-tier economic-reopening roadmap. The county update did not include the latest numbers from Pasadena and Long Beach, which operate their own independent health department...
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FTC Report Reveals Top 10 Biggest Senior Fraud Scams

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released a report this week dedicated to educating American consumers on the biggest ways in which fraudsters attempt to take advantage of American seniors, detailing the 10 most prevalent forms of scamming taking place against older Americans. The determination was based on data collected from surveys from federal agencies in 2019, and the report was compiled for presentation to the Committees on the Judiciary of the United States Senate and the United S...
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How the Beach Boys Created Their Pop Masterpieces: “Good Vibrations,” Pet Sounds, and More If you ever decide to listen through the Beach Boys’ entire studio discography, one album per week, it will take about six months. I know because I just finished doing it myself, beginning with their simple celebration/exploitation of early-60s youth beach-and-car culture Surfin’ Safari and ending, six months yet half a century later, with the lushly elegiac That’s Why God Made the Radio. Between those points, of course, came the songs everyone...
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Joe Biden could wipe out $50,000 of student debt without Congress. Here are 3 other areas he can help the struggling US economy even with a GOP-controlled Senate.

U.S. President-elect Joe Biden speaks to the media after receiving a briefing from the transition COVID-19 advisory board on November 09, 2020 at the Queen Theater in Wilmington, Delaware. Mr. Biden spoke about how his administration would respond to the coronavirus pandemic. Joe Raedle/Getty Images Joe Biden will inherit a struggling economy when he takes office in January. Republicans may maintain control of the Senate depending on the outcome of two Senate runoff races in Georgia. Biden...
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Biden could wipe out $50,000 of student debt without Congress. Here are 3 other areas where he can help the struggling US economy even with a GOP-controlled Senate.

President-elect Joe Biden. Joe Raedle/Getty Images President-elect Joe Biden will inherit a struggling economy when he takes office in January. Republicans may maintain control of the Senate depending on the outcome of two Senate runoff races in Georgia. Biden could provide student debt relief, repurpose unspent federal relief funds, and raise the minimum wage for federal contractors without Congress. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. President-elect Joe Biden will be inh...
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As edtech crowds up, Campuswire bets big on real-time learning

Campuswire was in a fortuitous spot when colleges and universities across the world shut down on short notice because of the threat of coronavirus. Founded by Tade Oyerinde in 2018, Campuswire is a virtual solution for any teacher who wants to digitize their internal classroom communications, from Q&A time to the lecture itself. The strategy, for the most part, has worked. Campuswire is now used at more than 300 universities among 200,000 students, Oyerinde tells me. While Campuswire’s pitch ...
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The Last Video Store: A Short Documentary on How the World’s Oldest Video Store Still Survives Today

When was the last time you went to a video store? Perhaps your habit died with the major rental outlets like Blockbuster Video, all of whose locations closed by early 2014. Or rather, almost all of them: as fans of retro video culture know, the sole Blockbuster store on this Earth rents on in Bend, Oregon. But for all the nostalgic appeal of its blue-and-yellow brand livery, the “last Blockbuster” is at its heart the local operation it had been before the once-mighty international chain ass...
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Medical ethics and medical school: a student’s perspective

The symptoms of systemic discrimination and sweeping organizational problems are ubiquitous in the news and health care literature. Yet, medical students’ curricula focus on codes of professionalism, setting these issues, and the historical forces that created them to the side. While professionalism is undoubtedly an important aspect of being a physician, it is simply not […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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I Dressed like Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life Characters for a Week

This week, I dressed like Gilmore Girls’ characters from the revival episodes. Here’s how it went!
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Former Ballerina with Dementia Gracefully Comes Alive to Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake According to dance/movement therapist Erica Hornthal, “dance/movement therapy operates on the premise that our life experiences are held in the body, and that through the use of movement, memories and emotions can be recalled and re-experienced despite cognitive, psychological, or physical impairment.” The video above of former dancer Marta C. González shows in effect how music might activate those muscle memories, as a recording of Tchaikovsky...
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Experience the Bob Ross Experience: A New Museum Open in the TV Painter’s Former Studio Home Bob Ross is as renowned for the gentle encouragement of his voice as for his speedy technique: indeed, these very qualities are synonymous with the name “Bob Ross.” His revival in recent years has as much to do with the de-stressing effects of his permed onscreen persona as with our awe, ironic or otherwise, at his kitschy picture-perfect landscapes in under an hour. He’s become as much a saint of public television as Mr. Rogers and even more o...
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Siena Castellon: 'Autistic people are really struggling with how uncertain things are'

The 18-year-old autism campaigner and international children’s peace prize finalist on why diagnosis of the condition for girls urgently needs improvingEach morning Siena Castellon synchronises her morning routine to music with the same 30-minute playlist. Different songs act as time markers. “The trick is to choose music you love and to listen to the same playlist every day,” explains the teenager. When Wonderwall by Oasis comes on she knows she should be brushing her teeth. By the time Summert...
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Lessons via loudspeaker: the students studying across India's digital divide

How do you learn from home without a laptop? Teachers are getting creative, but the pandemic remains a vast challengeVemula Deena lives in one of the tin huts strung along a narrow lane in the heart of Vijayawada, the business capital of Andhra Pradesh, in the south-east of India. Her parents are construction labourers. Vemula is 13 and wants to be a politician, enamoured of the spotless white kurta-pyjamas they wear and their public speaking.But her school has closed its doors in the face of th...
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