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Writing that “getting ed tech wrong would be a bitter pandemic legacy, American Enterprise resident Scholar and Education Policy Studies director Rick Hess cites several examples of bad ed-tech habits that developed during the lockdown “compromising instruction and...
From The Blog
Google Docs seems to think it has the right to make suggestions and/or autocorrect your writing, making it more inclusive and politically correct via its predictive text algorithm. “That,” explains Daily Wire’s Chrissy Clark, “uses one of two things: machine learning...
Brandeis University: A private, co-ed university with an acceptance rate of 30% charges students big bucks to attend: Tuition: $59,408 Mandated Activity Fee: $598 Room/Basic Double: $9,380 Board/12 meals + 850 points/semester: $7,070 TOTAL: $76,457 Add-ons include,...
Everything we do and say matters; everything we do and say has consequences... *** Tweeted New York Democrat Representative Ilhan Omar, “We must have the same level of accountability and justice for all victims of crimes against humanity. We have seen unthinkable...
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