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Arlington Schools tap big data to reduce dropout rate

Arlington Schools tap big data to reduce dropout rate | digital divide information | Scoop.it
International contest seeks help from data scientists to identify trends that indicate early signs of truancy.
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Apply to Trek

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CODE2040 creates access, awareness, and opportunities for top Black and
Latino/a engineering talent to ensure their leadership in tech.
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Presidential Undercurrents

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Presidential Undercurrents by cartoonist Adam Zyglis published on 2017-01-14 20:56:45 at Cagle.com. Adam Zyglis is the staff cartoonist for The Buffalo News. His cartoons …
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Not all towns are created equal, digitally - The Hechinger Report

Not all towns are created equal, digitally - The Hechinger Report | digital divide information | Scoop.it
GREELEY, Colo. — Inside a high-ceilinged library at Northridge High School here, seniors are typing on 16-year-old laptops donated by a local Rotary Club. Some of the computers are missing keys. Others are cracked. Many have already broken down multiple times. It is “college day,” and the students in this old farming town 60 miles north …
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Students call for compassion and radical love at annual MLK oratorical contest

Students call for compassion and radical love at annual MLK oratorical contest | digital divide information | Scoop.it
The theme for the finalists’ speeches was “What the World Needs Now.”
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Opinion | Montgomery County’s wrong tack on culturally diverse education

Opinion | Montgomery County’s wrong tack on culturally diverse education | digital divide information | Scoop.it
A teaching method obsesses over our differences.
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Heroes of a Civil War Victory That History Forgot

Heroes of a Civil War Victory That History Forgot | digital divide information | Scoop.it

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Virtual Reality technology changing how students learn? Technological developments lead to workplace inequality

Virtual Reality technology changing how students learn? Technological developments lead to workplace inequality | digital divide information | Scoop.it
Virtual reality technology can now change the way teachers deliver their lessons to students and this could help them better understand what the matter is all about. Amid this new breakthrough in education, another study claims that education can't keep up with technological advances, which could lead to inequality in the workplace.

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Who Decides Who Counts as Native American?

Who Decides Who Counts as Native American? | digital divide information | Scoop.it
Four years ago, the Nooksack in Washington State announced that they were expelling hundreds of members, setting off a bitter debate over tribal identity.
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Digital means Inclusion - Digital Empowers

Given the changes and dynamics shaping our world in 2017, the theme of this year’s World Economic Forum Annual Meeting – Responsive and Responsible Leadership – could not be more relevant and timely. It reflects the urgent need for the world’s decision makers to listen to people’s concerns and address them in responsible, credible ways …
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Walking guide for Inauguration Day

Walking guide for Inauguration Day | digital divide information | Scoop.it
No matter how you start your trip to inaugural events, you will wind up as a pedestrian.
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Betsy DeVos Tried to Sound Like a Moderate on Education—and Showed That She’s Either Underprepared or a Zealot

Betsy DeVos Tried to Sound Like a Moderate on Education—and Showed That She’s Either Underprepared or a Zealot | digital divide information | Scoop.it
President-elect Donald Trump’s nominee for secretary of education, school-choice philanthropist and Republican donor Betsy DeVos, faced a starkly divi
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Do guns belong in schools? Trump’s education pick declines to take a stand.

Do guns belong in schools? Trump’s education pick declines to take a stand. | digital divide information | Scoop.it
Betsy DeVos said she would support Trump if he decides to ban gun-free school zones.
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Where Civil Rights Meet the Civil War

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Lexington, Va., has a rich Confederate history. This year, residents marched in the city's first Martin Luther King Jr. parade. Down the road, others saluted the Confederacy.
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Demagogue - Wikipedia

Demagogue - Wikipedia

A demagogue (from Greek δημαγωγός, a popular leader, a leader of a mob, from δῆμος, people, populace, the commons + ἀγωγός leading, leader) or rabble-rouser is a leader in a democracy who gains popularity by exploiting prejudice and ignorance among the common people, whipping up the passions of the crowd and shutting down reasoned deliberation.

A demagogue /ˈdɛməɡɒɡ/ (from Greek δημαγωγός, a popular leader, a leader of a mob, from δῆμος, people, populace, the commons + ἀγωγός leading, leader)[1] or rabble-rouser is a leader in a democracy who gains popularity by exploiting prejudice and ignorance among the common people, whipping up the passions of the crowd and shutting down reasoned deliberation.[1][2][3][4] Demagogues have usually advocated immediate, violent action to address a national crisis while accusing moderate and thoughtful opponents of weakness or disloyalty. Demagogues overturn established customs of political conduct, or promise or threaten to do so. Most who were elected to high office changed their democracy into some form of managed democracy.[citation needed]


Demagogues have appeared in democracies since ancient Athens. They exploit a fundamental weakness in democracy: because ultimate power is held by the people, nothing stops the people from giving that power to someone who appeals to the lowest common denominator of a large segment of the population.

 


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A demagogue /ˈdɛməɡɒɡ/ (from Greek δημαγωγός, a popular leader, a leader of a mob, from δῆμος, people, populace, the commons + ἀγωγός leading, leader)[1] or rabble-rouser is a leader in a democracy who gains popularity by exploiting prejudice and ignorance among the common people, whipping up the passions of the crowd and shutting down reasoned deliberation.[1][2][3][4] Demagogues have usually advocated immediate, violent action to address a national crisis while accusing moderate and thoughtful opponents of weakness or disloyalty. Demagogues overturn established customs of political conduct, or promise or threaten to do so. Most who were elected to high office changed their democracy into some form of managed democracy.[citation needed]


Demagogues have appeared in democracies since ancient Athens. They exploit a fundamental weakness in democracy: because ultimate power is held by the people, nothing stops the people from giving that power to someone who appeals to the lowest common denominator of a large segment of the population.

 

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Keep your texts private in Trump's America (and everywhere else, too)

Keep your texts private in Trump's America (and everywhere else, too) | digital divide information | Scoop.it
Better safe than sorry.
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A Closer Look at One of the Questions That Stumped Betsy DeVos

A Closer Look at One of the Questions That Stumped Betsy DeVos | digital divide information | Scoop.it
Trump’s pick for education secretary was slammed for her failure to differentiate between growth and proficiency in response to a question from Senator Al Franken. Here’s how the states currently measure achievement.
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These Americans Are Trying to Build an Escape Hatch From Trump's America

These Americans Are Trying to Build an Escape Hatch From Trump's America | digital divide information | Scoop.it
Why some people are withdrawing from mainstream society into “intentional communities”—and what the rest of the country can learn from them
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The silent minority

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America’s largest ethnic group has assimilated so well that people barely notice it

 

German-Americans are America’s largest single ethnic group (if you divide Hispanics into Mexican-Americans, Cuban-Americans, etc). Yet despite their numbers, they are barely visible. During the first world war, parts of America grew hysterically anti-German. Many stopped speaking German and anglicized their names. The second world war saw less anti-German hysteria, but Hitler and the Holocaust gave German-Americans more reasons to hide their origins.

 

Tags: culture, migration, historical, ethnicity, USA.


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How to Define Poverty? Let Us Count the Ways

How to Define Poverty? Let Us Count the Ways | digital divide information | Scoop.it
Defining poverty is not easy. Even if the Census Bureau's new measure calculates necessary expenditures more accurately than the current formula, the new approach, like the current one, still uses income as the single criterion for judging who is poor. That leaves out neighborhoods, for instance. Is a ghetto family impoverished because of its crime-ridden surroundings and poor schools, although the family has enough income to rise above the official poverty threshold? And there is the issue of responsibility. Should the family of a hardworking full-time employee earning the minimum wage be blamed for poverty because the minimum no longer lifts the worker's income above the poverty level, as it did in the 1960's and early 70's?

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An hour in their shoes: Muscatine teachers participate in poverty simulation

An hour in their shoes: Muscatine teachers participate in poverty simulation | digital divide information | Scoop.it

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"Educators in an Iowa school district gained a better understanding of the effects of poverty by participating in an hourlong simulation. Teachers received family profiles and resources, then had to navigate the weekly struggles faced by low-income families, such as finding work, child care and other services."


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World Reporter Passport using Today's Front Pages

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Travel the world through the news! Students use this passport to explore the newspapers in Today's Front Pages Gallery and learn about how we get the news.
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BLOG INNOVATION - "Digitization has reached most sectors, it also has to reach the building"

BLOG INNOVATION - "Digitization has reached most sectors, it also has to reach the building" | digital divide information | Scoop.it

The president of the Spanish section of the Building Smart association, Sergio Muñoz, considers that although companies already see BIM as an opportunity, change is not happening fast enough


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Construction must not get left behind, as industries become digitalized:
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What if the state provided everyone with a basic income?

What if the state provided everyone with a basic income? | digital divide information | Scoop.it
Trials around the world are about to explore what happens when people are guaranteed a minimum amount of money to live on. The radical policy could reinvent our relationship to work.
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Coding Camps For Girls That Are Changing the World

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See more about Technology, Camps and Clarks.
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Education for Death: The Making of Nazi–Walt Disney’s 1943 Propaganda Film Shows How Fascists Are Made

Education for Death: The Making of Nazi–Walt Disney’s 1943 Propaganda Film Shows How Fascists Are Made | digital divide information | Scoop.it

During World War II, Walt Disney entered into a contract with the US government to develop 32 animated shorts. Nearly bankrupted by Fantasia (1940), Disney needed to refill its coffers, and making American propaganda films didn't seem like a bad way to do it.
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