Being raised in isolation dramatically affected Tara Westover’s childhood and outlook.

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Tara Westover was not allowed to go to high school. That was the obvious distinction between her and different youngsters, she writes in her memoir, Educated. She additionally was not allowed to go to the physician, together with her household relying as an alternative on natural and naturalistic strategies of therapeutic. Tara was introduced up in a household tradition that was insular within the excessive, the place her father, brother, and different members of the family instructed her that an excessive

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The North Carolina Drawback Playing Program, funded by the North Carolina Schooling Lottery and supported by the North Carolina Division of Well being and Human Providers, not too long ago awarded Cape Worry Group Faculty Human Providers Expertise Program a grant.

Cape Fear Community College's Human Services Technology Program awarded education and outreach grant.

Cape Worry Group Faculty’s Human Providers Expertise Program awarded training and outreach grant.

Extra: Memorial scholarship honors New Hanover Sheriff’s Workplace Capt. David MacAlpine Sr.


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Extra: Cape Worry Group Faculty welcomes three new board members

Extra: Nursing college students obtain $400,000 reward

The $5,000 grant is designed to assist schools promote downside

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Alex Mitchell from the Shepparton Information right here to information you thru the day in information for our native area.

We’ll regulate the COVID outbreak which is nicely and really beneath management in Shepparton, however is making an attempt to rear its ugly head in Cobram – though indicators regarded good in that space yesterday.

Protests allegedly towards the shutdown of the development business look set to rumble on in Melbourne, and also you finest consider I will be watching that, whereas we’ll see what else makes information throughout the area.

Examine again in with us all through the day

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Computer science (CS) education helps students acquire skills such as computational thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration. It has been linked with higher rates of college enrollment (Brown & Brown, 2020; Salehi, Wang, Toorawa, & Wieman, 2020), and a recent randomized control trial showed that lessons in computational thinking improved student response inhibition, planning, and coding skills (Arfé et al., 2020). Since these skills take preeminence in the rapidly changing 21st century, CS education promises to significantly enhance student preparedness for the future of work and active citizenship.

CS education can also reduce skills inequality if education

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DURHAM – The National Science Foundation has awarded two Duke faculty members $10 million to develop tools and strategies in computing education that increase the entry, retention and course or degree completion rates of high school and undergraduate students from historically underrepresented groups.

Nicki Washington, professor of the practice in Computer Science, and Shaundra Daily, professor of the practice in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science, will receive funding over the next five years to create The Alliance for Identity-Inclusive Computing Education (AIICE), the NSF announced on August 3. They will be supported by other Duke

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OKLAHOMA CITY — House Republicans have planned a total of 17 interim studies focusing on various aspects of K-12 and higher education.

Among the studies are one by Majority Floor Leader Jon Echols, R-Oklahoma City, that will focus on making Oklahoma a Top 10 state for college attendance and graduation through methods that improve both.

Rep. Sheila Dills, R-Tulsa, meanwhile, has requested interim studies on educational management organizations and charter school sponsors.

Dills has authored several bills that have increased transparency and accountability of charter school spending and regulations.

Her studies this interim will review contractual agreements, competitive bidding, purchasing

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