FREEBITCO.IN REVIEW: SCAM or REAL EARNINGS? Let’s Find out…

FreeBitco.in Review – Scam or Legit? Earning bitcoins for real is possible and it’s funny! Let’s see how, in this freebitco.in review What makes special freebitco.in? Why did more than forty million users decide to create an account on this site? Why looking for information on Bitcoin on google or youtube, often find results related to […]

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LinkedIn Learning Debuts Over 9,000 Online Courses

(Photo: Pixabay, Creative Commons) Popular career-focused social media site LinkedIn has released LinkedIn Learning, an online learning website devoted to teaching people new career skills and helping businesses train their employees. LinkedIn Learning, which launched on September 23, has more than 9,000 courses in subjects like programming skills, writing, and accounting. An average of 25 […]

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Judge Orders Restroom Access for Ohio Transgender Student

(Photo: Flickr, Creative Commons) The Highland Local Schools in Morrow County, Ohio challenged President Obama’s transgender bathroom rule this week as a federal judge rejected the move and ordered that the male student who identifies as female be treated “like the girl she is.” According to Julie Carr Smyth of the Associated Press, Judge Algernon […]

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Remedial Education Too Common and Costly, Report Says

(Photo: Pexels, Creative Commons) A recently released report from the Center for American Progress has examined the remedial education system currently in place in the United States, calling it a “black hole” from which students are unlikely to pull themselves out of. The report, “Remedial Education: The Cost of Catching Up,” states that millions of students […]

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CA’s Brown Signs Bill to Increase Computer Science Ed

(Photo: Pixabay, Creative Commons) California Governor Jerry Brown has signed into law a bill that will implement a three-year planning process to increase computer science education across all grade levels in public schools throughout the state. Assembly Bill 2329 will require State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson to put together a 23-person advisory panel […]

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