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How Trump Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Could Threaten Undocumented Children’s Education

Getty Images Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has stoked public outrage more consistently than any other member of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet, a group not principally known for evading indignation. But perhaps DeVos’s most alarming error to date has received insufficient public attention. This disregard is regrettable because her blunder illuminates one of the U.S. Supreme Court’s most momentous opinions — and exposes a mounting threat to the decision. As last school year drew to a close, Congressman Adrian Espaillat of New York asked DeVos in a committee hearing whether public educators…

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10 Education Stories You May Have Missed This Summer

NPR’s weekly education roundup is back after a short hiatus. This edition features a longer list to catch you up on the news you may have missed over the long, hot summer. Elizabeth Graeber for NPR 1. Student loan ombudsman resigns, and slams the door In a scathing resignation letter, provided to NPR, Seth Frotman, the top official in charge of protecting students at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, said the Trump administration “has turned its back on young people and their financial futures.” EDUCATION The School Shootings That Weren’t 2. NPR…

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Education, age and even height determine how much you will earn

WASHINGTON D.C. [USA]: For the first time, machine learning now enables researchers to rank the most important factors that predict future affluence – and the outcome might surprise you. Education and occupation were the best predictors -but surprisingly, a person’s ability to delay instant gratification was also among the most important determinants of higher income, beating age, race, ethnicity and height. Many factors are related to how much money a person will earn, including age, occupation, education, gender, ethnicity and even height. Behavioral variables are also implicated, such as one relating to the famous “marshmallow test.” This study…

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Tips To Prepare During Exams

Preparation shows you ways to simplify and organize your life and your career and indeed paves the way for your desires to be fulfilled. Deliberate practice, is the only way to achieve expertise in any desired path. There are many books which claim to provide numerous techniques in order to assist you like the NCERT Maths class 9 along with sample questions in order to help you practice every chapter. With our tips for ideal preparation for scoring good marks in class, it is for sure that you will rank…

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Michael Volitich on What Is Involved in a Sports Journalism Course

For Michael Volitich, it was clear from an early age that he was passionate about two things: writing and sports. As a result, he decided to pursue a career in sports journalism, effectively combining his two favorite subjects. Here, he describes what is involved in such a degree program. Michael Volitich on Sports Journalism Degrees A degree in sports journalism allows students to develop a very rewarding career in which they can continuously be exposed to their passion for sports. Jobs are available for graduates at radio shows, newspapers, online…

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Why It’s So Important to Include LGBTQ Education in Schools

In this op-ed, Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education Richard Carranza explains why teaching young people about LGBTQ icons is potentially life-saving. Educators change lives — and save lives — every day. I don’t mean that as a figure of speech. I mean that literally. In the classrooms, in the hallways, and even after hours, the bonds that educators form with students and families can be lifesaving for some of our most vulnerable young people. As chancellor of the largest school district in the country, my mandate goes…

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