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The Latest: Mariners report 3 positive tests for coronavirus

The Seattle Mariners say they had three positive tests for the new coronavirus among 122 Tier 1 and Tier 2 individuals that received initial intake tests before the start of summer camp workouts last week. Wisconsin says seven of its athletes have tested positive for the new coronavirus since the school started testing them a month ago. School officials previously had said two tested positive out of the 117 athletes who were part of the initial group of tests.
Tags: School, News, Sports, Wisconsin, Mariners, Seattle Mariners

Apple Launches Back to School Promotion in Europe, Asia, Mexico and the Middle East

Apple today launched its annual Back to School promotion in Mexico, most countries in Europe, some countries in Asia, and the Middle East providing qualifying higher education students and educators with free AirPods when purchasing an eligible Mac or iPad. Second-generation ‌AirPods‌ with a wired charging case (valued at $159) are available when purchasing a new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, iMac Pro, iPad Pro, or ‌iPad‌ Air. During checkout, back to school shoppers can choose to upgrade t...
Tags: Apple, Asia, Europe, School, Featured, Mexico, Back To School, Canada, United States, Middle East, Macbook Air Macbook Pro, UK Ireland France, Europe Asia Mexico, Back to School promotion, Air During, Germany Italy Austria Denmark Finland Norway

Brand Moves for Tuesday July 7

Nineteen weeks ago, when the gravity of the situation became clear, we started daily reporting on how brands were dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. What’s now becoming clear is that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption. So we made the decision to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal remains the same: to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand move...
Tags: Facebook, Hong Kong, School, Utah, UK, Instagram, Cdc, Germany, Advertising, US, City, Mit, Gartner, Airbnb, North America, Royal Caribbean

ICE Threatens International Students With 'Immigration Consequences' if Schools Go Online-Only

International students in the U.S. will be forced to attend at least some of their fall semester classes in person during the coronavirus pandemic, or their visas to enter the country will be revoked, Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) announced on Monday.Read more...
Tags: Health, School, Science, Education, College, Immigration, Ice, CBP, Immigration And Customs Enforcement, Customs And Border Protection, Coronavirus, Covid 19, Sars Cov 2

Mesu Kyoushi 4: Kegasareta Kyoudan Lusts After Mature Women

Mesu Kyoushi 4: Kegasareta Kyoudan’s fifth episode simply cannot resist all the sultry teachers as the male protagonist this time explores the body of yet another mature woman, the green-haired beauty being bred whilst wearing a gym uniform and during several questionable moments. While a female of previous episodes also makes an appearance, the fifth […]
Tags: School, Teachers, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, PV, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Mesu Kyoushi, Kegasareta Kyoudan, Kegasareta Kyoudan Lusts

Parents Question Whether Distance Learning Is The Best Option For Their Children

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A New York Times article arguing about the need for students to return to the classroom is flying in the face of federal and state health experts. The CDC has advised distance learning is the safest option amidst the coronavirus crisis. But a recent recommendation from the American Academy of Pediatrics isn’t giving that strategy high marks – saying there isn’t a lot of learning happening, and that it leads to behavioral health problems. Clinical psychologist Erika Frieze is...
Tags: School, News, Education, Cdc, Local, Sacramento, New York Times, American Academy of Pediatrics, Frieze, Coronavirus, Erika Frieze, Larisa Remizov Remizov, Abigail Remizov, Thomas Cay Frieze

I Feel like Getting Revenge

From a teen in the U.S.: Last year, I had my nudes exposed by this girl, and this year I want to press charges. But I couldn’t because I didn’t have enough evidence. I thought long and hard about this and came to the conclusion that I would sort this out myself. I spoke to her and we had a good talk. She confessed though and I had said I wouldn’t press charges, more like I lost the will since I was vulnerable, but now I do want to press charges. So what do I do? I had said no I wouldn’t but this...
Tags: School, General, Nude Photos, Anxiety, Anger Management, Teen Issues, Revenge, Shame, Embarrassment, Vengeance

Cape Town learners identify as coloured; the curriculum and teachers say they’re Biko black

The teenagers, who clearly understood that race is fluid – some even changed their identity – felt shunned. If race is socially constructed, they should not be ignored. The post Cape Town learners identify as coloured; the curriculum and teachers say they’re Biko black appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: School, Education, Identity, Teachers, Cape Town, Black, Learners, Openaccess, Apartheid, Cape Flats, Biko, Southern Suburbs, Coloured, Biko black

Help Your Graduate Turn a 'Gap Year' into a 'Purpose Year'

This year’s high school seniors didn’t exactly get the full graduation experience this year. In many cases, they missed the last few months of school and with it, proms, spring sports, end-of-school-year celebrations and even their own graduation ceremonies. As uncertainty about the fall looms, graduates may be…Read more...
Tags: School, Teens, College, Lifehacks

Constant Fights with My Mother

I live in a different city to my mom due to college. Due to the lockdown in my country because of the Corona Virus I moved back home with my family. I have been away from home for 1 year and have seen my family maybe twice in that year when they visited. Being back home has been so nice I missed it so much but during the past 2 weeks it appears my mom and sister got too used to me being away and now they are treating me very badly and constantly fighting with me for petty things and I cannot han...
Tags: Psychology, School, Family, General, Relationships, Anxiety, Self-esteem, Personality, South Africa, My mother

The belief that you’re not ‘good enough’ is a reasoning habit

For some of us, feeling not ‘good enough’ is as familiar as breathing. Feeling inadequate and worthless from a very young age is why I’m a recovering people-pleaser, perfectionist and overthinker. Believing it drove me into painful relationships forcing myself to be something I’m not. It’s why I haven’t always understood or been aware of the existence of my boundaries and bandwidth. My default setting was that I have to be and do more to counteract my inherent unworthiness. However we’ve come...
Tags: School, Dating, Happiness & Self-Esteem, I'm not good enough belief, Reasoning habits, People Pleasing, Unhealthy Beliefs, Self-belief, Self-critical, How To Stop Being A Perfectionist

 Learning From The Best: Repton School

Repton school was founded in the year 1557. It is for pupils aged 13-18 years. Repton school ensures that every pupil who gets educated there, is equipped with knowledge and skills from the three angles of school life. The school angles are; the pastoral, the educational and the co-curricular. Each and every pupil is given the chance to establish their capability to the maximum. Its objective is to mold the pupils into multifaceted competent individuals. Also, the school is a comfortable place t...
Tags: School, Business, UK, Learning, Student, Company, Mitre, Repton, Repton School

Edtech is surging, and parents have some notes

Unlike most sectors, edtech has been booming over the last few months. Flashcards startup Quizlet is now a unicorn, digital textbook company Top Hat is finding unprecedented surges in usage and student success business Edsights raised nearly $2 million from high-profile investors, all from inbound interest. Investors are so confident that homeschooling might become a trend that they just invested $3.7 million in Primer, which creates a “full-stack infrastructure” to help parents get started. ...
Tags: Google, TC, School, Education, Rihanna, Boston, Los Angeles, Tech, Atlanta, Ariana Grande, Pwc, Edtech, King, Vermont, Sara Mauskopf, Winnie

How Do I Live with Emotional Abuse?

current_problem: From a teen in Indonesia: i get an overwhelming feeling of sadness and hopelessness from time to time. i had a severe case of this several years ago, which i thought i moved on from. I thought i had taught myself to get through things like this. I’m in a house that feels like a prison. i used to be physically abused, but they (parents) stopped, apologized and turned into emotional abuse. sometimes they still threatened to hit me if “that’s what it takes”. in any circumstance, i ...
Tags: School, Family, General, Indonesia, Relationships, Depression, Therapy, Self Esteem, Teen Issues, Parenting & Children, Trauma, Emotional Abuse

RPSC School Lecturer Sanskrit Education Recruitment 2020

School Lecturer Sanskrit Education Vacancy Recruitment by RPSC Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) invites Online application on prescribed format for the recruitment for the following latest Sarkari Naukri vacancy of  School Lecturer (Sanskrit Education) for Rajasthan State Sankrit Education and Subordinate Services (School Branch) of Rajasthan Government (Advt. No. No... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (Manisha)]
Tags: School, Jobs, Education, Rajasthan, PSC, Manisha, Sanskrit, RPSC, RPSC Rajasthan Public Service Commission RPSC

"The Madison School District administration is recommending that whenever staff and teachers must be laid off, qualifications and not seniority will decide who gets let go."

"The proposal suggests layoffs take into account a staffer’s qualifications, such as certifications, scores on a state-mandated teacher evaluation, training and cultural competency, and not the time someone has been working for the School District."The Wisconsin State Journal reports.The red flag is "cultural competency."The article doesn't expand on the term, but I found this Wikipedia article: "Cultural competency training":Cultural competence comprises four components: (a) awareness of one's ...
Tags: School, Education, Law, Wikipedia, United States, Ann Althouse, Diversity Politics, Madison School District administration, School District The Wisconsin State Journal

Armed militants wage war on Burkina Faso’s schools

A survivor tells of how Islamists carrying AK-47s arrived on motorbikes, forced fleeing children to lie on the ground and beat teachers before setting a building on fire The post Armed militants wage war on Burkina Faso’s schools appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: School, Education, Islamic State, Africa, Al Qaeda, Burkina Faso, Attacks, Human Rights Watch, Openaccess, Top Six, Ansaroul Islam, Lauren Seibert, Students and Schools in Burkina Faso (report, Toulfé village

I’m Terrified of My Father

I have just turned 11 years old and my dad can be pretty weird at times. He isn’t mean or anything and I love him but I’m scared of him. He often threatens to beat me and calls me words such as useless, and worthless and that I should be ashamed of myself over small things like forgetting something he told me a week ago. He screams and yells and (Both of my brothers are Autistic nonverbal 13 and 9) tells me I should be put on drugs, not my brothers (As my younger brother, 9, is extremely hyper a...
Tags: Psychology, School, Family, General, Bullying, Depression, Anxiety, Therapy, Anger Management, Self-esteem, Teen Issues, Personality, Parenting & Children, Abuse, New Zealand, Violence

What the CDC's 'Guidelines' for Reopening Schools Actually Say

As we wrap up this school year with virtual graduations and drive-by celebrations, parents everywhere are asking: What will school look like in the fall? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) weighed in this week with a list of recommendations school leaders should consider as they reopen during the…Read more...
Tags: School, Learning, Education, Cdc, Lifehacks, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, Coronavirus

Schools reopening terrifies me

It’s not just me who’s worried. Teachers unions are concerned about the capacity of schools to operate safely — and rightly so The post Schools reopening terrifies me appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: School, Education, Opinion, Cyril Ramaphosa, Teachers Unions, Coronavirus, South Africa (country, COVID-19

Morning Headlines: Akron School District Faces Deficit; Trustees Back Ashland University President

Here are your morning headlines for Tuesday, May 19: Akron school district braces for deficit; Trump taps Cleveland U.S. attorney for D.C. post; Trustees back embattled Ashland University president; DeWine: 'have fun but keep that distance' at bars; DeWeine: State has no plans to test all nursing homes; Akron pools, splash pads to reopen July 1; Masks required at all Cuyahoga County buildings; Survey: 60% of parents would send kids back to school in the fall; Tornado confirmed in Ohio, no immedi...
Tags: School, Ohio, Akron, Cuyahoga County, Trump, DeWine, Akron Public Schools, Ashland University, Akron School District Faces Deficit, Trustees Back Ashland University, Cleveland U S, Wooster City Schools

Baby Dude’s Fifth Grade Graduation

Today, my Baby Dude graduated elementary school. Because of social distancing, our celebration was a lot different than normal. Here’s pictures from my baby’s drive-thru continuation ceremony today. My new 5th grade graduate! I dreaded today’s festivities to be honest. This wasn’t how it was supposed to be, you know? He was supposed to finish his last year of elementary school and have a big old celebration with all his fifth grade friends, just like the previous years did. Teache...
Tags: School, Parenting, Colorado, Brian, Memories, Getting Older, Fun Run, Grayson, Joi, LFG, Baby Dude, Congratulations Baby Dude

Am I a Bad Person for Not Caring for My Father

My father has made my life hard since I was a child. I wasn’t allowed to pursue my interests easily. I tried to take art classes in middle school and had to persuade him to let me only for him to take me out of it and place me in a computer class anyways. I wasn’t allowed to get a C in school, when I did it was in an AP class and he grounded me for 2 weeks. He forced me to take sports, saying I could get something I wanted if I joined a sport team for a season. Then I would quit. When i went to ...
Tags: School, Family, College, Relationships, Father, Therapy, Teen Issues, Conditional Support, Strings Attached

Californias Financial Freefall Amid Coronavirus Pandemic Devastates School Districts

SACRAMENTO(CBS13) – Budget challenges are circulating within the public school system. The governor’s office is estimating a budget shortfall of $54 billion. The deficit is likely to trickle down to school districts like Sacramento City Unified. Before the pandemic, the district said it was already facing a $27 million deficit. Superintendent Jorge Aguilar, of SCUSD, issued the following statement regarding Governor Newsom’s announcement of proposed budget cuts to education: “Today’s announcemen...
Tags: School, News, Education, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Evans, Chris Evans, Natomas, Sacramento City, Jorge Aguilar, Newsom, Sacramento News, Natomas News, Coronavirus

California’s Financial Freefall Amid Coronavirus Pandemic Devastates School Districts

SACRAMENTO(CBS13) – Budget challenges are circulating within the public school system. The governor’s office is estimating a budget shortfall of $54 billion. The deficit is likely to trickle down to school districts like Sacramento City Unified. Before the pandemic, the district said it was already facing a $27 million deficit. Superintendent Jorge Aguilar, of SCUSD, issued the following statement regarding Governor Newsom’s announcement of proposed budget cuts to education: “Today’s announcemen...
Tags: School, News, Education, California, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Evans, Chris Evans, Natomas, Sacramento City, Jorge Aguilar, Newsom, Sacramento News, Natomas News

Depression and Anxiety

I was always different. My IQ was higher than average and I had always been smarter until a few years ago when I moved to Houston. By then I was just average in everything. While I don’t have a problem with it my family still criticizes me every time I get a grade that not an A. When I got into middle school it got worse and I started failing. My grades, self-esteem, and my general mindset just dropped. I’ve never been suicidal but I’ve cut myself and sometimes still do. But I don’t do it becaus...
Tags: Psychology, School, Family, Usa, Suicide, Depression, Bipolar, Therapy, Anger Management, Borderline, Self-esteem, Teen Issues, Personality, Houston

Should You Give 'Unschooling' a Try?

Most of us have been home with our kids for at least a month. My kids have been home since March 6 (but who’s counting?), and although we are happy to keep our distance as long as necessary, I desperately long for the days when I could drop my girls off with their patient and qualified professional educators instead…Read more...
Tags: School, Lifehacks, Homeschooling, Pandemic Parenting

No prom. No awards night. No graduation? Class of 2020 gets creative with celebrations

Isolated at home during the coronavirus pandemic with almost no chance for a prom or graduation ceremony, Eagle Rock High School senior Lincoln Debenham had an idea. He tweeted a message to former President Barack Obama, asking if he would record a national commencement speech to encourage the Class of 2020. A few days later, the tweet — liked 223,000 times — was picked up by ABC News and CNN and reached Obama, who reportedly was “very flattered” but made no commitment, Debenham said. “We experi...
Tags: Yard, Facebook, School, Hollywood, News, Instagram, Education, Obama, Youtube, Ryan Seacrest, Barack Obama, Sport, Cnn, Austin, Soccer, Facebook Messenger

Lockdown learning

Photo source: Pexels Social distancing. Stay at home. Lockdown. These are phrases that will be forever synonymous with the year 2020 - the year of the virus. And what about resilience?We are only a third of the way through this terrible year, and there will be more pain to come. But we are a resilient people. Humanity doesn't just lay down and submit. We fight back. When we are going through Hell, we keep going. And that's a tribute not only to essential front-line staff such as health ...
Tags: School, Video, Technology, Learning, Education, Teams, Pedagogy, Skype, Google Hangouts, Teacher, eLearning, Zoom, Distance, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Pandemic

The Coronavirus ruined senior ceremonies and softball for Hart’s Aly Kaneshiro, but her Stanford dream came true

Dress after dress. Shop after shop. Colors, styles, mirrors upon mirrors. A year ago, Hart softball player Aly Kaneshiro soaked in a vibrant day of prom dress shopping with her cousin Lindsey in downtown Los Angeles along with her mother and aunt. Kaneshiro’s own day of prom dress shopping was rapidly approaching, and her excitement level had been building. “We had a date picked,” Kaneshiro said. That date was Sunday, March 22. Two days prior, California Governor Gavin Newsome issued shelter-at-...
Tags: School, California, Stanford, Uncategorized, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Davis, Ncaa, UC Davis, Crossfit, High School Sports, Joe, Hart, Ryan