Cybersecurity Curriculum

Oct 22, 2021 by

When it comes to cybersecurity in higher education, are students being adequately prepared? The cybersecurity space is evolving and...

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How bad is COVID-19 in kids? S...

Oct 22, 2021 by

10.8.21 – USA Today “How bad is COVID-19 in kids? See the latest data and charts on kids cases; hospitalizations; deaths” Janie...

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The Trap That Was Laid at Char...

Oct 22, 2021 by

By Paul Gottfried Although we didn’t know it at the time, the incidents in Charlottesville, Virginia on Aug. 12, 2017 would soon...

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NO ONE is “Forcing” YOU to Do ...

Oct 22, 2021 by

By Lex Greene If you have put on a mask in the past 20-months, you did so voluntarily. If you put yourself under solitary home...

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New Index Highlights China’s E...

Oct 22, 2021 by

By Frank Salvato The 2022 Index of U.S. Military Strength, produced by the Heritage Foundation, found that the United States military...

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Moscow State University confir...

Oct 22, 2021 by

Soviet-born Saule Omarova is Biden’s pick for the key post of bank regulator  Republicans have asked her to hand over her...

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Press Censorship, Part 3

Oct 22, 2021 by

by Dennis Cuddy, Ph.D. Part 3 continues letters to the Editors of major national newspapers which have been censored from...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Oct 22, 2021 by

The Executive Director of Curriculum and Instruction of the Southlake school district in Texas, cautioned teachers to “make...

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China’s education crackdown sp...

Oct 21, 2021 by

Beijing brought the hammer down on for-profit education providers over the summer, and the shock waves continue as more companies are...

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Michoacán teacher protests car...

Oct 21, 2021 by

Members of the CNTE union will maintain rail blockades and won’t return to the classroom due to unpaid salaries. The union...

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The Boyer Model in HE

Oct 21, 2021 by

Boyer’s model of scholarship, developed in 1990 by Ernest Boyer, the previous president for the Carnegie Foundation for the...

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Ron Isaac’s Commentary: ...

Oct 21, 2021 by

In the mid-1800s, frantic prospectors joined the Gold Rush in quest of the mother lode that would make them fabulously rich.  The New...

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Inequity in Numbers

Oct 21, 2021 by

Call for an Investigation: The Reality Behind SFUSD’s Self-Promoted Math Course Sequence NOTE: To read our full-report and ‘View the...

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Mathematics Performance in San...

Oct 21, 2021 by

Evaluation of the Forced Uniform Math Assignment since 2014–15 Implementation By Ze’ev Wurman Bryon Lippincott / Flickr The...

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Why “Cold” Testing...

Oct 20, 2021 by

Taking an exam is an experience often filled with anxiety and anticipation. You never know for sure how the test results will be and...

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Texas schools are being told t...

Oct 20, 2021 by

The question of what specific books and topics can and can’t be taught is linked to a disturbing new law in Texas I’ve been trying to...

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On climate change, the CBC has...

Oct 20, 2021 by

To save time and money, why not just have the news anchors read press releases from the Prime Minister’s Office? Rex Murphy The...

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MSU study finds few Michigan t...

Oct 20, 2021 by

MSU researchers say pandemic makes this a “wild card” year for third grade reading law. A new Michigan State University...

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What Every Teenager Should Kno...

Oct 20, 2021 by

Teen pregnancy and birth often lead to dropout rates in high school, increased social health and foster care costs, higher health and...

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Teens say SEL is ‘lame’

Oct 20, 2021 by

Students can learn leadership and teamwork by participating in extracurriculars. Photo: Keith Warren Social-emotional learning is as...

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