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Black Belt deserves more - Selma Times-Journal

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Black Belt deserves more
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There are dozens of historical landmarks throughout our region, especially in Selma and Montgomery. These structures stand as a testament to our history as well as tourist sites.
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Power to Learn - Technology and Learning

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This article describes three trends in technology that are changing the face of higher education, and three implications for colleges and universities.
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Power to Learn - Mobile Learning: A Day in the Life

Power to Learn - Mobile Learning: A Day in the Life | Teaching History for Inquiry Project | Scoop.it
Several developments over the last five years are combining to enable forms of teaching and learning that have never before seemed possible. Here’s a look at that means in the day in the life of a typical student.
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Bobby Seale: The Black Panther Party's Ten Point Program

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Kneel In: Civil Rights, Sensibilities, and the Pastoral Work of Secular Historians (Part I) | s-usih.org

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MALCOLM X: OXFORD UNION DEBATE (December 3, 1964)

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Jackie Robinson Day: Celebrating baseball's civil rights pioneer - San Jose Mercury News

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Jackie Robinson Day: Celebrating baseball's civil rights pioneer
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It was 66 years ago today that Jackie Robinson broke baseball's color barrier, batting second and playing first base for the Brooklyn Dodgers.
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Lessons from the civil rights movement on an important anniversary (opinion ... - The Birmingham News - al.com

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4 Big Concerns About BYOD In Schools

4 Big Concerns About BYOD In Schools | Teaching History for Inquiry Project | Scoop.it
There are a few snags that can get in the way of implementing BYOD in schools and are worth knowing about before setting out on a BYOD path.

 

   

 

 

 

1. Security

2. Safety

3. Affordability

4. Networking and Compatibility

 


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Power to Learn - Tablets for Schools

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This week's article takes a moment-in-time snapshot of the volatile tablet marketplace, with an eye to ferreting out the educational features of the various tablets that might make a difference in schools.
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Washington Post: A lost hero of the civil rights era

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University of San Francisco politics professor Rob Elias penned this piece in the Washington Post.


Lloyd Gaines had just become a civil rights pioneer. Denied admission to the University of Missouri’s Law School in 1935 because he was African American, Gaines sued, without much hope of winning in Jim Crow America. Yet after the U.S. Supreme Court finally heard his case in 1938, the justices ruled that unless Missouri created a black law school overnight, it would have to admit Gaines to the all-white law school. This was astonishing news for a black boy born dirt-poor in rural Mississippi who had watched racism follow his family’s migration north to St. Louis.

 


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University of San Francisco's curator insight, March 20, 2013 5:23 PM

Robert Elias is a professor of law and politics at the University of San Francisco. He is the author of the forthcoming book “At What Price Equality? The Heroic Court Battle and Mysterious Disappearance of Lloyd Gaines.”

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Reminders of Jackie Robinson's resonance in Brooklyn and beyond - SI.com

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SI.com Reminders of Jackie Robinson's resonance in Brooklyn and beyond SI.com Just like the integration of the military, the Civil Rights movement and the election of Barack Obama as president of the United States, Robinson's arrival forced America...
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Have you seen the movie 42? It was very good... and brought back memories of when I was growing up.
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Martin Luther King - I Have A Dream Speech - August 28, 1963

I Have a Dream Speech Martin Luther King's Address at March on Washington August 28, 1963. Washington, D.C. When we let freedom ring, when we let it ring fro...
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Black Belt deserves more - Selma Times-Journal

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There are dozens of historical landmarks throughout our region, especially in Selma and Montgomery. These structures stand as a testament to our history as well as tourist sites.
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U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Announces Briefing On Increasing Compliance ... - PR Newswire (press release)

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BYOD in Education

BYOD A practical guide that will get you thinking!

 


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Check also:

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2012/07/07/bring-your-own-device-advantages-dangers-and-risks/

 

Ness Crouch's curator insight, April 16, 2013 5:34 PM

Great explanation of Bring Your Own Device thinking. This can guide discussion about BYOD in schools.