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21 Jul 19
Illin’

I had dinner a few months back with a fellow bone marrow transplant survivor, and while she said many things during our time together that stuck with me, one of the main ones was about how doctors didn’t know when they did transplants back in my day (1991) and they still don’t really know now […]

21 Jul 19

By Susan Hughes Parents nowadays guide their children to go to school and study hard because they might needed it in the near future. Finishing all levels of education is a big leap on someones character. But there is a lot of degree that takes too much time to practice, like being a physician. It […]

21 Jul 19
The Sun
MINISTERS will stop funding a staggering 160 ‘Mickey Mouse courses’ as they declare war “on bad qualifications”, The Sun can today reveal. Education Secretary Damian Hinds said the Government must finally intervene to weed out ‘lower level learning’ that are a waste of time. Education Secretary Damian Hinds wants to weed out bad qualifications He warned that a fifth of 16 year-olds are yo-yoing between different, low quality courses leaving them woefully underprepared for the world of work. Ministers will ban funding going to the creation of new low level courses from August next year. It comes after figures revealed that a staggering 12,000 different qualifications already exist – including courses in horse management and barbering. Mr Hinds: “The truth is in politics, technical education has always been for other people’s children, and the issue with that is no politician therefore thought it was their problem. “But it is everyone’s problem, because if every person in this country is not reaching their potential then we lose out. ‘WEED OUT BAD QUALIFICATIONS’ “More than one in five 16 year olds are switching between course types, dropping back to lower-level learning, or repeating study at the same level. This has got to stop. “I’m calling time on this hands off attitude to Technical Education – we have to get stuck in to make sure qualifications are of a high quality and unashamedly weed out bad qualifications.” [article-rail-section title=”most read in politics” posts_category=”318″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Ministers are reviewing funding for all qualifications which amount to a level 3, 4 or 5 to try and make sure only the best courses are kept. They will take the axe to the glut of courses that basically teach the same thing – ensuring students only sit the newer, more rigorous exams. While no new qualifications at Level 3 – the equivalent of A Level – will be given funding as Mr Hinds tries to slash the number of courses on offer. [bc_video video_id=”6047759903001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Jacob Rees-Mogg comments on the ‘gossipy’ stories of politicians using drugs at university”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
21 Jul 19
The Scottish Sun
MINISTERS will stop funding a staggering 160 ‘Mickey Mouse courses’ as they declare war “on bad qualifications”, The Sun can today reveal. Education Secretary Damian Hinds said the Government must finally intervene to weed out ‘lower level learning’ that are a waste of time. Education Secretary Damian Hinds wants to weed out bad qualifications He warned that a fifth of 16 year-olds are yo-yoing between different, low quality courses leaving them woefully underprepared for the world of work. Ministers will ban funding going to the creation of new low level courses from August next year. It comes after figures revealed that a staggering 12,000 different qualifications already exist – including courses in horse management and barbering. Mr Hinds: “The truth is in politics, technical education has always been for other people’s children, and the issue with that is no politician therefore thought it was their problem. “But it is everyone’s problem, because if every person in this country is not reaching their potential then we lose out. ‘WEED OUT BAD QUALIFICATIONS’ “More than one in five 16 year olds are switching between course types, dropping back to lower-level learning, or repeating study at the same level. This has got to stop. “I’m calling time on this hands off attitude to Technical Education – we have to get stuck in to make sure qualifications are of a high quality and unashamedly weed out bad qualifications.” [article-rail-section title=”most read in politics” posts_category=”13″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Ministers are reviewing funding for all qualifications which amount to a level 3, 4 or 5 to try and make sure only the best courses are kept. They will take the axe to the glut of courses that basically teach the same thing – ensuring students only sit the newer, more rigorous exams. While no new qualifications at Level 3 – the equivalent of A Level – will be given funding as Mr Hinds tries to slash the number of courses on offer. [bc_video video_id=”6047759903001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Jacob Rees-Mogg comments on the ‘gossipy’ stories of politicians using drugs at university”] GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
21 Jul 19
The impressive blog 8558

Have you seen all of the different products on the market, where an elderly individual can just push a button and an emergency service will be notified and assist you if need be? Great product, right? The real question though is, in the event that you are unconscious, you’re unable to move or speak, who […]

21 Jul 19
Uhuru Times

All the 43 Medicine and Surgery students of Ekiti State University College of Medicine who sat for the 2019 Final Medical and Dental Council (MDCN) examination have emerged successful. A statement by the Head, Directorate of Information and Corporate Affairs of the institution, Mr Bode Olofinmuagun on Sunday in Ado Ekiti noted that the students […]

21 Jul 19
Lamar Ledger
Granada Schools has announced the opening of school for the 2019-2020 school year will be Aug. 14. This will be a full day of school with lunch served. Classes will convene at 7:55 a.m. and dismiss at 3:30 p.m. The final day of school will be May 19, 2020. Granada Schools will be on a four-day modified schedule (every other Friday off) for the 2019-20 school year.  Calendars will be available online at http://www.granadaschools.org, in the student handbook, or in the office. The calendar will consist of 157.5 contact days and 165.5 contract days for the upcoming school year.  Holidays, Half Days, and Days Off include: Sept. 2 (Labor Day), Oct. 10 (P/T Conference 12:30 p.m. dismissal),  Oct. 31 (Halloween half day), November 15 (Staff PD), November 27-29 (Thanksgiving Break), Dec. 18 ( half-day of school),  Dec. 19-Jan. 5 (Christmas Vacation), Jan. 31 (No School- Prof Dev.) Feb. 6 (half-day- P/T Conferences), Feb. 17 (Presidents Day),  March 13 (Teacher Workday), March 16-20 (Spring Break), April 10 (Good Friday), April 13 (No School), and May 19 ( half day of school/Last day of school). Prowers RE-1 School Board Policy states that a child must be 5 years old by July 15 to begin Kindergarten.  Three-year-olds, who plan on attending pre-school, must have reached that age by June 1.  Pre-School will begin Aug. 19.  Pre-school registration will be from 9 a.m. to noon and 1-3 p.m. Aug. 5-6 All junior high and high school students are reminded that their physical exams must be on file in the office of the Superintendent before participation in extra-curricular activities will be allowed. Students may call the High Plains Community Health Center (336-0261) or their primary physician to set up an appointment.  Please call High Plains Community Health Center for dates and times of physicals. Granada School will not have an Athletic Meeting prior to school starting as in the past. Parents and athletes will need to sign a copy of the Athletic Policy on their own. Those who have any questions concerning the Athletic Policy should contact the office. Athletic Policies are available on the school website at http://www.granadaschools.org, in the school office, and at businesses in Granada. The Athletic Policy, Catastrophic Accident Form, and Medical Authorization Form must be signed and turned in with the athlete’s physical prior to beginning practice. School lunches for students will be $1.50 and 25 cents for extra milk.  Staff lunches will be $2.25. The cost for breakfast will be 75 cents for students and $1.40 for adults.  Students and adults will not be allowed to charge breakfast. Breakfast will be served from 7:25 to 7:45 a.m. Returning students in grades 11th and 12th will register for classes on Aug. 5 from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3 p.m. Sophomores and Freshmen will register on Aug. 6 during the same hours. Students in seventh and eighth grade do not need to register for classes before school begins, but may complete other paperwork on the same dates. Open Enrollment for new students and returning students to complete paperwork will be Aug. 5-6 from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 3:30 p.m.  Parents/Guardians of new students will need to bring a copy of their students’ birth certificate, social security card, and immunization record. Kindergarten and Pre-School Round-up. School officials are asking parents of kindergarten and pre-school students to call the school at 734-5492 and let us know of students attending this year.  This information will be used for planning purposes. Students who are riding a bus need to contact their route driver or the school to find out approximate pick-up times. The Granada School Board, administration and staff welcome all the students back to school and wish them a happy and successful school year.
21 Jul 19
CS373 Summer 2019: Jason Lihuang

What did you do this past week? The past week for this class was much less stressful compared to the previous week. My group was able to finish the project on time without too many hitches. We worked almost exclusively on the front end since Flask took care of a lot of the queries. To […]

21 Jul 19
A mon avis...!

A tiny update on where things stand.

21 Jul 19
Aisha Idris - Inspirational Blog

I wrote this story based on my school life 2 years back but couldn’t get it published. Today I am posting this story on my blog for my readers to read and leave their comments. From time to time in your life, you will always come across people who will leave you stranded without a […]

21 Jul 19
True Psych Ward

Is Chris Watts remorseful?

21 Jul 19
Time B4 Money

Tomorrow officially begins a new chapter for us.  While MrTB4M has been “unemployed” since the 21st of June, it has not impacted anything at home since we were on vacation since July 3rd.  He purposefully did not schedule many driving lessons prior to this week so that he could enjoy vacation. We came back 3 […]

21 Jul 19
E4developer

I have been posting a little bit less recently. In some ways, it is easier to write two blog posts a week than one blog post once in a while. I have recently read the book titled “Atomic Habit” that motivated me to fix this state of affairs!

21 Jul 19
You Read It Here First

When I was in high school in the 1960s (even though I only claim to be 35), I used to think that teenagers had an inordinate amount of “stuff” on their plates. In retrospect, I’ve come to appreciate that such stuff is really not much different from what any other younger generation endured (i.e., peer […]

21 Jul 19
My cool blog 1095

Have you seen all of the different products on the market, where an elderly individual can just push a button and an emergency service will be notified and assist you if need be? Great product, right? The real question though is, in the event that you are unconscious, you’re unable to move or speak, who […]

21 Jul 19
Kamil Kuryś

TL;DR: read MCSD: Certification Toolkit and solve quizes till you max them out and you should be OK As you could read in my previous blog post about exam 70-486 (sorry for the reverse order tho) I highly recommend getting yourself a spreadsheet in which you could track your progress. However, for exam 70-483 it […]