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Scrap the Screen!

Posted by on Jan 20, 2021 in Blogs, Daily | 0 comments

Scrap the Screen!

Mayor DeBlasio and Chancellor Carranza ( Mr. Independent-Minded)  are highly critical of the Specialized High School Admissions Test (SSHAT) for reasons that make sense. They feel that its role as an exclusive selection criterion for most screened schools associated with academic excellence was unfair.  Supporters of the SHST insist that it is an objective and effective measure of merit that should be preserved. That is a flawed but not necessarily egregious position. Whether it is or not, depends on its underlying motivation. ...

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The Benefits Of College Transfer Programs In Kansas City

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The Benefits Of College Transfer Programs In Kansas City

Many college students in Kansas City have thought about transferring courses and switching colleges. It might not be a cozy walk in the park to achieve that, but it’s a move that many students wish to achieve. It takes a lot of tedious processes before a person can finalize on college transfer. For instance, it takes the assessment of previous performance in core units at the college before the transfer program can be accepted by the new institution as well as previous discipline records in other colleges. However, several reasons push...

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Rollout of daily testing of close contacts paused in English schools

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Rollout of daily testing of close contacts paused in English schools

The rollout of rapid daily coronavirus testing of close contacts in schools should be paused, Public Health England and NHS Test and Trace say. They say more research is needed on how it would work given the new, more transmissible, coronavirus variant. Routine testing to pick up asymptomatic cases in staff and pupils is still a key part of the government’s plans. Schools in England tested all secondary key-worker children when they first went back this term. Mass testing in schools, using pregnancy-style lateral flow tests to detect...

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The Buy Off Of The American People Is Complete

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The Buy Off Of The American People Is Complete

By Ron Ewart “A democracy is always temporary in nature; it simply cannot exist as a permanent form of government.  A democracy will continue to exist up until the time that voters discover that they can vote themselves generous gifts from the public treasury.  From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates who promise the most benefits from the public treasury, with the result that every democracy will finally collapse due to loose fiscal policy, which is always followed by one-party rule, or a dictatorship ….. [or an...

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“What We Must Tell Our Children and Grandchildren About the Elections”

Posted by on Jan 20, 2021 in Commentaries, Daily, Featured | 0 comments

“What We Must Tell Our Children and Grandchildren About the Elections”

By Donna Garner 1.20.21 FACT #1: No matter how the leftist spinners try to fool the American public, 75,000,000 Trump voters in the United States know that the elections were rigged in favor of Biden. Nothing will ever change that. FACT #2:  Unfortunately for Biden, 75,000,000 also know that he will always be an illegitimate President because of the unscrupulous and illegal methods that he and his campaign utilized to gain office.   Yes, we should respect the Office of the President and should never encourage nor participate in...

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Biden Education nominee touted diversity speaker who claimed schools ‘spirit murder’ Black children

Posted by on Jan 19, 2021 in Daily, Featured | 0 comments

Biden Education nominee touted diversity speaker who claimed schools ‘spirit murder’ Black children

‘Cindy Marten is one of the most radical superintendents in the country’ Diversity trainers weaponize critical race theory to systemically attack the unifying ideals of America Federal workers forced to attend seminars on ‘white privilege’ and ‘microaggressions’; Christopher Rufo, research fellow at the Discovery Institute and contributing editor at City Journal, joins Tucker Carlson with insight. One of President-elect Biden’s top Education Department nominees hosted a diversity training during which...

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How Does Sewer Camera Help To Inspect Drain And Sewage

Posted by on Jan 19, 2021 in Blogs, Daily | 0 comments

How Does Sewer Camera Help To Inspect Drain And Sewage

A sewer camera is a widely used inspection method that helps diagnose damage in sewer pipes. This device can accurately tell the possible problem that could be causing the issue. Early detection helps in repairing the issue at the initial stages. In this way, it helps in saving money incurred on hefty repairs in the future. Due to these benefits, it is important to learn how a sewer camera assists in the inspection of sewage and drain. What Is The Need Of A Sewer Line Camera? The objective of a sewer camera is to see what is causing a backup...

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Election Rigging: Part 6 – Navarro Volume 3

Posted by on Jan 19, 2021 in Commentaries, Daily, Featured | 0 comments

Election Rigging: Part 6 – Navarro Volume 3

“Election Rigging: Part 6 – Navarro Volume 3” By Henry W. Burke 1.19.21 On 1.16.21, Dr. Peter Navarro released Volume 3 in his series of reports on election rigging and election fraud in the 2020 Election: “Yes, President Trump Won: The Case, Evidence, & Statistical Receipts” – Volume 3 – by Peter Navarro  https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/be36dc6d-0df4-4c20-addf-fca72be46150/The%20Navarro%20Report%20Volume%20III%20Final%201.13.21-0001.pdf The other Navarro Reports include: 12.15.20 — “The Immaculate Deception: Six Key...

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How to Make a Career Out of Master Data Management

Posted by on Jan 19, 2021 in Daily, Higher Ed | 0 comments

How to Make a Career Out of Master Data Management

In today’s digital world, data and analytics have become central to the success of businesses across a wide variety of industries. As the need for information has grown, it is increasingly critical for businesses to have access to consistent, high-quality data assets. As a result, master data management (MDM) is required to ensure that the data companies collect and analyze is consistent, accurate, and controlled. Overseeing customer relationship management (CRM), supply chain management (SCM), and compliance all rely on quality data....

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The Call for Apolitical Public Education

Posted by on Jan 18, 2021 in Commentaries, Daily | 0 comments

The Call for Apolitical Public Education

Although America’s political parties are as divided as ever, it would be expected that the education of our country’s youth would be spared from the conflict. However, the year 2020, composed of brimming racial tensions, the coronavirus, and a presidential election, illuminated the goals of the left within our nation’s system of education. Following endless months of lockdown, many of our nation’s primary schools remain closed, and most universities are operating entirely through a virtual learning program. When schools do manage to let...

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