By Dylan Butts and Timmy Shen Bitcoin fell further in Wednesday afternoon trading in Asia, while Ether lost the most […]
Month: September 2022
I Am a Teacher. Here’s How I Want to Be Armed.
In the wake of the shooting earlier this year in Uvalde, Texas, that left 19 students and two teachers dead, […]
Ethereum’s Bellatrix upgrade now live despite concerns
Ethereum, the world’s second-largest blockchain, has successfully completed its final upgrade ahead of the long-awaited Merge around, though some early […]
Why State Universities Are Buying Up Online Colleges
Even before the pandemic, big-name colleges and universities were getting serious about online education. And that already-growing interest has ballooned […]
Service-Learning Can Be the Bridge to Social Emotional Learning. Educators Should Embrace It.
In 2020, California’s State Board of Education adopted criteria and guidance to award a State Seal of Civic Engagement to […]
Teaching ‘Digital Native’ College Students Who Understand TikTok — But Not Microsoft Excel
When Wendy Schatzberg, an associate professor at Utah Tech University, was teaching introductory chemistry, she thought her students would know […]
Asus RT-AX86U Giveaway: Win that Cool Router!
Final Update (September 5, at 2:15 pm): Web Dove has received his prize and left the following message: Thank you […]
Samsung Discloses Dreadful Data Breach, 2nd of the Year
Like many of you, I woke up today to a dreadful email from Samsung telling its “valued customers” that it […]
What Schools Miss When They’re Missing Relationship Data
Last month, a new study in Nature revealed a key predictor of economic mobility: connectedness. Specifically, researchers at Opportunity Insights […]
To Build a Pipeline of Black Teachers, This Program Starts Recruiting in High School
Even as some current teachers are leaving the education workforce—or, at the very least, considering it—plenty of would-be teachers are […]