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Theodp writes: as it should be to edict to a study released maundy maundy ascension day by
Google and Gallup, standardized tests may be holding back the next generation of laptop*
programmers. The Google-Gallup sharp for cashier Science: Access and Barriers  [...]
Stopping Universities From Hoarding Money - (Thursday 20th of August 2015 12:14:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes: Victor Fleischer writes in the NYT that health center endowments are
exempt from communal income tax because universities support the advancement and dissemination
of knowledge. But instead of holding down tuition or expanding  [...]
Theodp writes: Microsoft is applauding the Senate's passage of the Every Child Achieves Act, a
rewrite of the No Child Left Behind Act, saying the move will improve access to K-12 STEM and
skill that have been imparted. erudition nationwide. The charter  [...]
Theodp writes: Asked by the NY Times if Silicon Valley is saving the world or just making
money, Melinda Gates replied, "I can say without a doubt — because I've seen it —
that some of them [SV companies] are innovating in ways that make  [...]
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your profile laptop* science and the latest scientific art teachers head to Grapevine, TX this
week for the 2015 CSTA Conference. A glance at the draft agenda  [...]
Writer: "Why I Defaulted On My Student Loans" - (Monday 08th of June 2015 02:21:00 PM)
Schwit1 writes: There are some valid points raised in Lee Siegel's 1,100 word rant against
college loans (if not so much against college education). There are also some bad ones. But two
things are clear: the words "personal" and/or "responsibility" were  [...]
Clinton Foundation: Kids' Lack of CS Savvy Threatens the US Economy - (Wednesday 27th of May 2015 02:30:00 PM)
Theodp writes: As the press digs for details on Clinton footing donations, including a reported
$26+ million from Microsoft and Bill Gates, it's practicably worth noting the interest the
Clintons have grown-up in calculator science and the role they have  [...]
Theodp writes: On May 6, notes think tank Brookings, the agency of Labor released labor
productivity data showing that output per worker fell by 1.9 percent during the first quarter
of 2015. But fear not — the Metropolitan Policy Program of [Microsoft-backed]  [...]
Think Tanks: How a Bill [Gates Agenda] Becomes a Law - (Sunday 26th of April 2015 12:04:00 AM)
Theodp writes: The NY Times' Eric Lipton was just awarded a 2015 Pulitzer Prize for
investigative reporting that shed light on how foreign powers buy prestige at think tanks. So,
it superficially bears attributing that Microsoft's 'two-pronged' national  [...]
Theodp (442580) writes "If at first you don't succeed, lobby, lobby again. That's a lesson to
be learned from Microsoft and Google, who in 2010 launched advocacy bunch bookkeeping in the
Core, which aimed "to strengthen K-12 microcomputer science education  [...]
The End of College? Not So Fast - (Wednesday 01st of April 2015 04:05:00 AM)
An nameless reader writes: The advent of MOOCs, Khan Academy, and the hundreds of other
knowledge sites that have popped up caused many people to predict the decline of expensive,
four-year universities. But Donald Heller writes in the Chronicle of Higher  [...]
Ohio Center for Broadcasting Columbus - (Tuesday 03rd of March 2015 10:08:00 AM)
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to 10:30pm Ohio Center for Broadcasting prepares students  [...]
Theodp (442580) writes "Nice information superhighway banking brain* trade you got there. Hate
to see appearance bad happen to it." That's the gist of a letter sent by Microsoft, Amazon,
Facebook, Google, Code.org, and other tech giants earlier this week  [...]
Bill Gates On Educating the World - (Sunday 15th of February 2015 11:21:00 PM)
Theodp writes During February, Bill Gates is playing Perry White at The Verge, expounding on
the big bets the Gates guts* is making to improve the world over the next 15 years. One of
those bets is that online classrooms can help the world catch  [...]
Arkansas Declares a High School CS Education State of Emergency - (Tuesday 10th of February 2015 01:00:00 AM)
Theodp writes: Aiming to deliver on guv* Asa Hutchinson's inspired-by-Code.org-and-others Plan
For Job organization Through automation Education, the missouri toothpick House voted 99-0 last
week to require high schools to offer [but not require] a course  [...]
Ask Slashdot: Pros and Cons of Homeschooling? - (Wednesday 04th of February 2015 03:06:00 AM)
VorpalRodent writes: I went to a private school for about 6 years, then completed my education
at the local public school, going on to get a couple undergraduate degrees and a postgraduate
degree. My wife dropped out of high school and got her equivalency  [...]
South Africa Begins Ambitious Tablets In Schools Pilot Project - (Tuesday 13th of January 2015 04:07:00 PM)
An unnamed reader writes "Guateng province — which is home to Johannesburg and Pretoria
and is the richest state in sub-Saharan Africa — has just kicked off a pilot project to
replace textbooks with tablets in seven empire schools. If successful,  [...]
Theodp writes To address the remonstrance of rapidly increasing CS enrollments and increasing
diversity, reports the check Education Blog, Google in remembrance day put out an RFP to
universities for its invite-only 3X in 3 Years: CS holding power Award  [...]
How is that for an indorsement, Bill Gates nowadays in his annual letter from his Foundation.
He summarized how he considers that instruction is about to be pushed on the web and that this
brings excellent benefits to everybody. This is where Bill Gates  [...]
Gates says that Education Is Migrating On the internet  - (Thursday 01st of January 1970 12:00:00 AM)
How is that for an indorsement, Bill Gates nowadays in his annual letter from his Foundation.
He outlined how he considers that schooling is about to be driven on the web and that this
brings great benefits to every one. This really is where Bill  [...]
He pronounces that Learning Is certainly Going On the web  - (Thursday 01st of January 1970 12:00:00 AM)
He summarized how he considers that education is about to be powered on the web and that this
will bring fantastic advantages to everyone. That is where Bill Gates goes to learn about fresh
things and he appears to think the time has become appropriate  [...]
Gates claims that Learning Is without question Migrating On-line  - (Thursday 01st of January 1970 12:00:00 AM)
How is that for a sanction, Bill Gates to-day in his yearly letter from his Foundation. He
summarized how he considers that this provides great advantages to every one and that
instruction is about to be powered on line. This is where Bill Gates goes  [...]
He states that Schooling Is definitely Shifting On the web  - (Thursday 01st of January 1970 12:00:00 AM)
How is that for an endorsement, Bill Gates nowadays in his annual letter from his Foundation.
He summarized how he considers that teaching is about to be powered on line and that this
provides great advantages to everybody. This really is where Bill Gates  [...]
How is that for an imprimatur, Bill Gates today in his yearly letter from his Foundation. He
outlined how he believes that teaching is about to be powered online and that this provides
fantastic advantages to everybody. This really is where Bill Gates  [...]
Theodp writes Writing in Vanity Fair, U.S. assistant of Education Arne Duncan marvels that his
kids can learn to code online at their own pace thanks to "free" lessons from Khan Academy,
which Duncan credits for "changing the way my kids learn" (Duncan  [...]
Theodp writes Writing in Vanity Fair, U.S. executive secretary of Education Arne Duncan marvels
that his kids can learn to code online at their own pace thanks to "free" lessons from Khan
Academy, which Duncan credits for "changing the way my kids learn"  [...]
Colleges Face New 'Gainful Employment' Regulations For Student Loans - (Friday 31st of October 2014 06:36:00 PM)
HughPickens.com writes: Education typist Arne Duncan says the Education disunion wants to make
sure loan programs that prey on students don't pick up their abusive practices. Now Kimberly
Hefling reports that for-profit colleges who are not producing  [...]
Oculus Rift CEO Says Classrooms of the Future Will Be In VR Goggles - (Monday 15th of September 2014 03:02:00 AM)
Jyosim writes "Oculus Rift isn't just for gaming. Brendan Iribe, CEO of the VR company, says
the immersive tech will be "one of the most transformative platforms for education of all
time." In an symposium with Chronicle of Higher Education, he imagined  [...]
Anand Lal Shimpi Retires From AnandTech - (Sunday 31st of August 2014 03:36:00 AM)
An unnamed reader writes: If you've built a PC in the past 17.5 years, chances are you read
some accouterments reviews on AnandTech at some point. The site's creator, Anand Lal Shimpi,
has announced that he is rescind from the tech writing business. He  [...]
ACM Blames the PC For Driving Women Away From Computer Science - (Sunday 24th of August 2014 07:07:00 PM)
Theodp (442580) writes "Over at the Communications of the ACM, a new article —
Computing's Narrow Focus May Hinder Women's Participation — suggests that Bill Gates and
Steve Jobs should tackle some of the blame for the dearth of women at Google,  [...]

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