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Central Bucks student says call for book ban is ‘outdated’

A book ban effort has been launched at the Central Bucks School District, calling for the removal of certain books due to certain moral and social principles that parents say have been shattered by the books we read. Some of my sister schools, like Pennridge, have already gone out of …

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Top 10 Free Coding Websites for Kids to Learn Programming

by Aratrika Dutta March 14, 2022 Explore the best free coding websites for your child to learn a coding language with ten fun options Coding for kids is no longer a fun extracurricular activity for them, but rather a need to master their curriculum. Our connection to technology is getting …

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Shemelive announces the launch of its fashion shopping app

LONDON, March 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Recently, Shemelive announced that its fashion shopping app has launched overseas, targeting the European and American women’s market. Shemelive is an online celebrity fashion social e-commerce platform under British Shemelive. As of March 2022, Shemelive has thousands of influencers and millions of consumers, …

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Texas removes LGBT suicide prevention resources from state websites

Texas Governor Greg Abbott. (Getty/Montinique Monroe) The Texas Department of Health and Human Services has removed suicide prevention resources for LGBT+ youth from its website. BNC News reported that on February 1, the department’s suicide prevention page listed four organizations “for those at risk of suicide” – The Suicide Prevention …

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States’ TikTok survey expands scrutiny of popular social media app

What is TikTok? Tik Tok is a short video app that allows users to create and share fun content with filters, music, animations and more. WASHINGTON – TikTok and its possible harmful effects on the mental health of child and adolescent users are being investigated by a bipartisan group of …

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App designed to reduce incarceration rate and also save taxpayer money

article One of the most confusing aspects of the criminal justice system is the consequence of an accused not appearing for a court-mandated appointment. “The person will end up in jail for missing their court appearance,” said Blanca Hernandez, assistant public defender for Contra Costa County. “Even if they are …

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Why I started ‘Anti Bullying Squad’ and launched an app: The Tribune India

Anoushka Jolly I WAS about 10 years old when I started the ‘Anti Bullying Squad’, an impact business that aims to reduce bullying in schools and campuses by educating young people about the problem, providing advice to those affected and encouraging incident reporting. What inspired me to start …

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Mental health in schools: the Huron-Superior Commission has an app for that

Educators receive an update on student supports; Wednesday’s final reunion for outgoing director Rose Burton Spohn Students facing mental health issues in schools is not a new phenomenon, but the need for mental health support has increased throughout the COVID-19 pandemic due to the academic and social upheaval it has …

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Carmen Mitchell: There’s still time for Kentucky to reverse harmful criminal policies

The 2022 General Assembly has a great opportunity to build on the positive changes in penal policy since the last session. Raise the threshold at which theft becomes a crime, end the automatic transfer of some young people to adult court and ensure that people returning to their communities after …

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Rosita Longevity over 60s health app launched in the US

Rosita Longevity, the Mediterranean mobile health app that aims to optimize healthy longevity in the over-60 community, is launching in the United States after raising $2.8 million in funding rounds. The current round of the health app is led by Ship2B Ventures (Barcelona impact fund via the BSocial Impact Fund …

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Public schools will have an unprecedented course in data science

The year 2022 has begun and with it the implementation of the new high school has begun throughout Brazil. The law was enacted in 2017, but the new form of education is beginning to be implemented in public and private schools across the country. This new form establishes, for example, …

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Beyond books, the Albert Lea library offers checkout adventures – Albert Lea Tribune

As Minnesota libraries expand their offerings beyond traditional books, Albert Lea Public Library is adding unique packages that combine reading and experiences. Called “discovery kits”, they are designed to pique the interest of adults and young people in new activities, including stargazing and games. Annice Sevett, Library Manager, and Patty …

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Billings School Board votes to keep controversial books dealing with LGBTQ+ issues | Local News

Contested books are first discussed with a librarian or teacher if reading is a duty. Most disagreements are resolved at this level or are resolved in discussion with the school principal. In addition to asking a number of questions about the books by policy, the council focused on the works …

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Justice Fund pilot program, a crash course in life skills for vulnerable neighborhood youth

A sprawling 160-hectare campground in Saint George, Ontario is the site of a unique 12-week pilot program for teens from Toronto’s most vulnerable neighborhoods. “Being able to participate in this program made me really happy,” said 15-year-old Kofi Oben. “The first week I was a bit confused, but as I …

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The Cannabis Pilot Project Which Means Young Users Are Faced With An Education Class Rather Than Being Arrested

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has decided to change drug laws in the capital, with a pilot project that means young people will avoid prosecution if caught with a small amount of the substance. Instead, authorities will require young people between the ages of 18 and 24 to take a drug …

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India on track to miss the demographic dividend

It would not be an exaggeration to say that India is in the midst of a jobs crisis that requires the attention of policies, the attention of the people and the efforts of the government. India as an economy and the Indian as an individual both need and benefit from …

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Books to start the new year

With a wide choice of books, you can count on many beautiful pages of words to read and consider starting the new year. Open day with Piyush PandeyAuthors: Piyush Pandey and Anant RangaswamiEditor: Penguin Random House India Pvt Ltd THE BOOK: Piyush Pandey takes readers on a journey through her …

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Names to Note: Students win award for app that helps seniors

Modesto high school students Divya katyal and Rana banankhah won the 2021 version of the Congress Applications Challenge in District 10. They have developed a software application that connects isolated elderly people with volunteers who could meet specific needs. Representative Josh Harder, D-Turlock, announced the selection in a Jan.4 press …

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The Prince’s Trust Team course is inspiring – and you could be the next one

Helping unemployed youth find a new direction is the best part of the job of the Prince’s Trust team course instructors within the Education Training Collective. The 12 week personal development course offers the opportunity to develop life skills such as confidence, leadership and teamwork. With new courses starting in …

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“The Be Books” by Lauren Grabois Fischer helps create classrooms filled with kindness

Written in partnership with Thomas Herd, founder of T1 Advertising While being hassled in the playground and classroom was once an almost inevitable part of the elementary educational experience, millennials are now attempting to raise their own offspring with positive attitudes and break the cycle of teasing. in the schoolyard …

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FBI offers 7-week citizens’ course showing how the office works

MCCLELLAN PARK, Calif. (KTXL) – The reputation of the FBI has been tarnished in recent years due to scandals, flawed investigations and political attacks. One of the ways the FBI is trying to improve its image in the Sacramento area is by educating the public through a unique program called …

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BILTIR presents 750 books to 27 schools

In celebration of its 10th anniversary, Bermuda’s international long-term insurers and reinsurers [BILTIR] donated 750 books to P4 students across the island. A spokesperson said: “The books – ‘The Magic School Bus Takes a Risk’ – have been provided to students to introduce the concepts of probability, risk and actuary. …

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NSW Police Deploy RISEUP App Giving At-Risk Youth Best Chance For Success

Keeping young people on the right track is always a priority for NSW Police – they now have the RISEUP app to help. The RISEUP program is an initiative of the New South Wales Police Commissioner and Police Young Citizen Clubs (PCYC), designed to provide alternative pathways to young people …

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Critical Race Theory in Schools: Don’t Ban Woke School Library Books, Balance Them

(pcess609 / Getty Images) I can’t think of a more encouraging development than the national parent movement pushing back awakening education. Nothing can beat organized parents to stop the erosion of fundamental American ideals like free speech or equality before the law. Fortunately, a record of early successes is rapidly …

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Criminal complaints filed against books in Wake County schools

Some parents and community activists want criminal charges laid against North Carolina’s largest school system for distributing books with graphic language and pictures about sex to students. Nine criminal complaints were filed Tuesday with the Wake County Sheriff’s Office accusing the school system of distributing obscene and pornographic material. Some …

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5 fine art picture books

Fine art brings joy to the soul, and these creative women have produced works that do just that. Corita Kent is featured twice and readers also get a behind-the-scenes tour of how art exhibitions are organized. Fine art brings joy to the soul, and these creative women have produced works …

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Tackling Europe’s racist colonial past must go beyond history books – EURACTIV.com

Teaching colonialism is a first step in tackling structural racism in Europe, but inequalities will only be eradicated if taken into account in education as a whole, experts say. “Colonialism, slavery and the Holocaust are rooted in our history and have profound consequences for society today”, reads the EU action …

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Charity launches unique anti-bullying app for students

A one-of-a-kind app has been developed by Renfrewshire students and a hate crime charity to support their mental health and well-being. The Keep Safe Kids app is available to all children and young people in Renfrewshire and allows them to report bullying and welfare issues directly to their school – …

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A Kids Book About books teach children about racism and other “adults” to

Jelani Memory believes that fire-breathing dragons, teddy bears, and fairy tales about princesses have their place in the children’s media landscape, but enough of this fantasy already exists. On the contrary, asks the author and the entrepreneur: “Where are all the true stories? Who explains what is going on in …

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“Today is a monumental day during this pandemic”

(News) – Update: This file was updated after Walensky approved the recommendation. Dr Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday approved child-sized doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5 to 11, paving the way for a major expansion of the vaccination campaign …

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In defense of traditional learning and paper books

Students already face many challenges in school, such as bullying and peer pressure. Many also experience difficult life decisions, such as choosing between various career paths at a young age. Since the start of the pandemic, students have faced an additional challenge: the new and difficult course of online school, …

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Pick Perfect is the next great daily fantasy sports app

Pick Perfect is the new Daily Fantasy Sports to hit the gaming market. Launched on September 1, 2021, Pick Perfect established itself as the next big event with potentially the biggest prize pool in Daily Fantasy Sports history. They’re based in Denver, Colorado, and are already legal in 26 states, …

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US Institute awards Delhi student for creating app to educate people about waste management

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States awarded a grade 6 Indian student for creating an app called “Heal The World”. The student, Pranet Pahwa, studies at Shiv Nadar School Delhi NCR. He was declared the winner of the MIT App Inventor Appathon for Good 2021 and became …

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New course, new start, new you! Find out more at the Waltham Forest College Open Event

If you are looking to take your learning to the next level, Waltham Forest College, a vibrant and welcoming higher education institution in North East London, might be the place for you. Hosting their first drop-in open event from the restriction facility across the UK, you now have the opportunity …

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California requires ethnic studies course for high school graduation – Scot Scoop News

In the middle of widespread protests last year, a demand was expressed loud and clear: schools should include an ethnic studies course in the curriculum. California became the first state to respond. On October 8, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom promulgated the law Assembly Bill (AB) 101, which added completion of …

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Students complete their aviation training with non-profit Brevard

Support local journalism. Unlock unlimited digital access to floridatoday.com Click here and subscribe today. After weeks of sifting through pre-flight checklists, verifying calculations, and even soaring in the skies over Brevard County, the students with the 99th Squadron are ready to complete their training. The Palm Bay-based nonprofit is named …

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The 10 best websites to find an internship

Internships are a great way to gain hands-on experience and career insight. Finding the right internship is a difficult task and is usually associated with professional confusion and amateurish exposure to the job market. But with the world rapidly moving to the web, it is becoming easier and easier to …

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Leeds City College Games Course obtains TIGA accreditation

LONDON, October 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – TIGA, the trade association representing the UK video game industry, is pleased to announce the accreditation of the following games course at Leeds Municipal College (LCC): Level 3 BTEC in creative media practice (game development).Accreditation – awarded The BTEC Level 3 Creative …

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Teaser of the JAI BHEEM application launched in Dubai by Girish Wankhede

Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], Oct. 11 (ANI / NewsView): JAI BHEEM’s Teaser app launched last week at the Mid-day International Icon Awards event in Dubai hosted by Girish Wankhede. The first glimpse of the Short-Video app “missed nothing” to create a huge buzz in the international arena among movie celebrities and …

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California to require ethnic studies course to graduate from high school

California is one of the first states in the United States to make ethnic studies a compulsory course for high school graduates. The new law will first apply to students graduating from high school in the 2029-30 school year. California will require its high school students to take an ethnic …

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DU’s Ram Lal Anand College to offer new science and environmental communication course

Ram Lal Anand College (RLA) at the University of Delhi will soon be launching a certificate course titled “Essential Skills in Science and Environmental Communication” for DU students. The course will be interdisciplinary and open to all students, regardless of the field, without “no registration or course fees”. “There is …

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