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Learning Curve: Foster Families In Need Of Distance Learning Support

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How Hackathons Help Decide Platform Winners and Losers

Hackathons are an overlooked venue for developers to learn about new technologies—and a lucrative place for tech companies to show off their platforms, says Andy Wu. [Author: by Michael Blanding]
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Transitions of Power Are Difficult. What Joe Biden and Other Incoming Leaders Need to Know.

Rosabeth Moss Kanter discusses ways leaders can navigate bumpy transitions and heal divided constituencies. [Author: by Sean Silverthorne]
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Graduate certificate programs can be cheaper, faster alternatives to grad school — here's everything you need to know about how long they take to finish, how much they cost, and how they compare to master's degrees

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky damircudic/Getty Images While not the same as a master's degree, a graduate certificate can offer some of the same career and skill-boosting benefits as grad school, without the time commitment or cost. It can also be a stepping stone to eventually earning a full degree.Below are answers to frequently asked questions about graduate degrees, including how much the...
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56 gifts for college students that they'll actually want to use, according to a recent grad

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. The best gifts for college students can make a big impact on their quality of life, not least of all because they're probably juggling their classes and social lives on a shoe-string budget.Below, I've rounded up 50+ gifts that, as a recent college grad, I'd wager most college students would love to receive.Still looking for gifts for a recent or upcoming grad? We've also put together lists with ideas for ...
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Matric’s exam paper leaked

Some learners in two provinces had access to the maths paper two leak a few hours before they sat for the exam The post Matric’s exam paper leaked appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
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How esports can save colleges

Brandon Byrne Contributor Share on Twitter Brandon Byrne is the CEO and co-founder of Opera Event, a technology platform that connects content creators, teams and sponsors to one another programmatically and at scale. He was previously the CFO of Team Liquid and VP of Finance and Administration at Curse. More posts by this contributor Why the Olympics should add esports A few months ago, I wrote a pie...
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Dr. Fauci’s Lecture from MIT’s Free Course on COVID-19: It’s Now Online

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J38QN1vnSO0 Back in September, we gave you a heads up on MIT’s free course on COVID-19. As we mentioned, “COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2 and the Pandemic” runs from September 1, 2020 through December 8, 2020. And it features a combination of MIT faculty and guest speakers, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, covering the science of the pandemic. Since our original post, Dr. Fauci’s presentation, “Insights from the COVID-19 pandemic,” has gone online. You can watch it above...
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School: Please don't throw your children over the gate when they are tardy

In Avignon, France, Trillade Primary School has strongly advised parents to stop throwing their tardy children over the building's 1.8 meter gate. The school requests that you return at one of the two other times during the day when the gate reopens. — Read the rest
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Constantly Wrong: Filmmaker Kirby Ferguson Makes the Case Against Conspiracy Theories

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9v7NGe968M Discordian writer and prankster Robert Anton Wilson celebrated conspiracy theories as decentralized power incarnate. “Conspiracy is just another name for coalition,” he has a character say in The Historical Illuminatus Chronicles. According to Wilson, any sufficiently imaginative group of people can make a fiction real. Another statement of his sounds more ominous, read in the light of how we usually think about conspiracy theory: “Reality is w...
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Will edtech empower or erase the need for higher education?

The coronavirus has erased a large chunk of college’s value proposition: the on-campus experience. Campuses are closed, sports have been paused and, understandably, students don’t want to pay the same tuition for a fraction of the services. As a result, enrollment is down across the country and university business models are under unrelenting pressure. The entire athletics program at East Carolina University has been furloughed with pay cuts. Ohio Wesleyan University eliminated 18 majors and con...
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The Most Fashionable Faux Fur Items Under $75 That Are Going to Make You Look Luxe This Season

What's soft, cozy, and super fashionable all at the same time? Faux fur! Check out these must-have items under $75.
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We are human and all in this together

Lulu was a force of nature. She didn’t believe in expiration dates. Her version of attending church was driving her pumped-up (to manage ranch terrain) golf cart out to the pasture to watch the sunset. She always had dogs underfoot who often ate better than humans. She often would write her birthday card messages on […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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John Waters Gives Art Collection to The Baltimore Museum Of Art in Exchange for Getting Its Bathrooms Named After Him

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzk7FG2X-c0 It’s not unusual for an institution to recognize a major benefactor’s generosity by naming something in their honor – a wing, an atrium, a library, a gymnasium, a concert hall… But bathrooms? It’s a fitting tribute for the Pope of Trash, filmmaker John Waters. So fitting that he himself suggested it when donating 372 prints, paintings, and photographs from his personal collection to the Baltimore Museum Of Art. With Harvard, the University of P...
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Reimagining medical education from within a pandemic

The Prussian pathologist, Rudolf Virchow, who gave us Virchow’s triad: hypercoagulability, endothelial injury, blood flow stasis also gave us the foundations of social medicine, claiming that “physicians are the natural attorneys of the poor” and should be equipped to solve the pressing social problems of their time. In addition, he argued that politics was indeed […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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Watch Sassy Justice, the New Deepfake Satire Show Created by the Makers of South Park

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WfZuNceFDM If any cultural, political, or technological phenomenon of the past couple of decades hasn’t been lampooned by South Park, it probably didn’t happen. But the 21st century has brought forth so much nonsense that even Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators of that at once crude and multidimensionally satirical cartoon show, have had to expand into feature films and even onto Broadway to ridicule it all. The latest project takes the humbler but unde...
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The Biblical Sci-Fi of “Raised by Wolves”–Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #68

https://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_68_11-6-20.mp3 What happens when a male android loves a female android VERY much, and they nurse human embryos together on a distant planet after fleeing from war-torn Earth? Why the female android flies and makes a bunch of people explode with her eyes, that’s what happens! …In the first episode of this bonkers HBO Max series by Aaron Guzikowski (with notable assistance from Ridley Scott of Alien and B...
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The Biblical Sci-Fi of “Raised by Wolves”

https://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_68_11-6-20.mp3 What happens when a male android loves a female android VERY much, and they nurse human embryos together on a distant planet after fleeing from war-torn Earth? Why the female android flies and makes a bunch of people explode with her eyes, that’s what happens! …In the first episode of this bonkers HBO Max series by Aaron Guzikowski (with notable assistance from Ridley Scott of Alien and B...
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