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Dan Tapiero Aug 5
Massive global liquidity to hit mkts NEXT year. Chart suggests mkt at risk of correction in Q4, then single greatest rally of our lifetime in 2021. Enormous speed and near vertical price increase possible. Might be led by this time. would benefit too.
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Kimiko Shibata 🇨🇦 Aug 5
Dear school boards: as you ask parents to commit to face-to-face or distance learning via online surveys, please remember those who do not have internet, and those who do not have the language, literacy, or tech skills to fill out the survey. of access is important.
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Eloy Ortiz Oakley Aug 5
If we are serious about then ask Congress to fund colleges based on headcount not FTES in the next stimulus. Let’s ensure that our most impacted students are at the front of the line for support.
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Jaderade 😍😜😘 Aug 4
Replying to @jaderade_1
Some White people love to talk about how Black people are successful but never about the obstacles they had to face to get to where they are today. Let’s talk about removing those obstacles and leveling the playing field.
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PartnershipLASchools Aug 6
Dr. is dropping all the knowledge and wisdom. We won't start our student stories this way. Our students possess genius.
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Okhee Lee Aug 4
There’s little doubt STEM disciplines will resolve COVID-19, but who will resolve the bias endemic to STEM against people of color, the poor, the disabled, women, or any other group left in the margins?
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Orenda Education Aug 5
schedules may be set, but ask how can help students to meet standards. TLC is an instructional model, designed for that will help schools teach and reach every student in every setting. Learn more at
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Michelle Pacansky-Brock Aug 7
Community can be built online ... if you trust your students.
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Boston Medical Center Aug 7
“An upstream approach should be the way we do business. It is the road to ,” says , speaking about BMC's partnership with , which has created pathways to economic mobility for thousands of low-income adults.
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Mrs. Caskey Aug 6
What a great read to finish up my first class for my School Guidance Counseling degree.
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Tung Nguyen 22h
The best way to have , , and inclusion is not training. Hire enough minorities—that brings diversity, generates economic equity, and changes norm for inclusion. If you don’t have enough minorities, your hiring qualifications are biased.
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Inclusive Recruiting Aug 7
"You can build a diverse pipeline all you want, but if equity is not in your recruitment process or hiring managers don’t understand its value, then those underrepresented candidates will never get hired." - Vanessa Johnson-Burgess, Inclusive Recruiting
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₹ohan $hah 23h
Can Any1 guess the stock name !?! Near crucial resistance zone, breakout above the same, shall yield powerful upmove !!
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Dr. Stuart Ablon Aug 1
All kids are hurt by our explicit bias towards believing challenging behavior is willful when it is not. But black & brown kids suffer from both explicit bias AND implicit racial bias. We must address bias to fix school discipline
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Okhee Lee Aug 6
STEM disciplines are delivering the solution to COVID-19. Will STEM education be the solution that delivers a level playing field for social justice in “a new normal?”
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Kathleen Smith 19h
Our Olathe School District is purchasing 1,500 Wi-Fi hotspot devices that families can check out for free if they don’t have internet access at home! Bridging the digital divide so ALL students can learn is a must during this pandemic.
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Wayne Briggs Aug 1
“If anyone has time tomorrow night tune in to United Shades of America at 10pm where they will explore inequities in the public education system through two different school districts”
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Ashley Putnam Aug 5
Profound data that demonstrated the disparities in COVID-19 impacts. For communities like Atlantic County looking at a potential 30% unemployment, how do we ensure jobs come back to provide opportunities for low-income communities of color? is essential in recovery.
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EdSurge Aug 2
"Students need to feel that the classroom, no matter what it looks like next year, is a safe space to discuss the complex feelings that the recent events may elicit."
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tbwilson Jul 31
Are the websites that you share with your students truly accessible?
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