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DC educators share plan to tackle learning loss

D.C. schools are developing a plan that will address the learning loss that happened over the pandemic, and it will be a plan that will meet kids where they are in their learning.

D.C. schools are developing a plan that will address the learning loss that happened over the pandemic, and it will be a plan that will meet kids where they are in their learning.

D.C. Public Schools is planning a multipronged approach to the differing degrees of learning loss that teachers will have to deal with when school starts, and schools Chancellor Lewis Ferebee said the focus should

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Russ Bartenhorst: Good to have a back-up plan |

I may have to rush through this. I hope it doesn’t affect that quality of prose that usually flows from the key board.

Our computer picked today to manifest its latest problem.

I think it’s tied back to the charging port that seems to have come loose.

It makes connecting to the power cord a tenuous situation, as my wife found out earlier in the day when the computer was, as the saying goes, “dead as a door nail”.

While I have it plugged in now, at any second it could become reliant on the battery, and if that goes

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WSJ leaks Apple’s digital healthcare plan

Apple has indeed been thinking about introducing its own healthcare service backed up by real doctors, the Wall Street Journal confirmed, though plans appear to have stalled.

An Apple a day keeps the doctor in pay

Apple’s interest in the sector goes back years. “Health is a huge issue around the world and we think it’s ripe for simplicity and a new view,” Apple CEO Tim Cook told a May 2016 conference.

Speaking in 2013, Ovum’s then-lead Healthcare & Life Sciences analyst Charlotte Davies told me: “More and more care will be delivered outside hospitals and clinics… mobile devices 

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City Commission approves updated hazard mitigation plan | Local News

The Owensboro City Commission unanimously approved an update to its Green River Area Development District Hazard Mitigation Plan during its regular meeting at City Hall on Tuesday afternoon.

Blake Edge, GRADD director of community and economic development, said during the meeting that the hazard mitigation plan allows the city to receive funds from FEMA in the event that a disaster was declared in Kentucky.

“We go through and conduct a risk assessment,” Edge said. “We map all critical infrastructure and really, the goal is to develop projects to reduce the costs of disasters.

“It is required by FEMA to be

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Vodafone launches Evo smartphone plan

Mobile phone giant Vodafone has unveiled its new EVO flexible mobile offering that it claims makes the latest smartphones easier to afford than ever before.

The new offering puts customers in control of how they pay for their new smartphone, giving them the flexibility to decide how much they want to pay upfront for their new device, and over how long they want to pay it off – from 12 to 36 months at 0% APR. This is coupled with a guaranteed instant saving if they choose to trade in their device and the reassurance of flexible early upgrades from

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Foundation launches $2 million plan to close ‘digital divide’ | Local News

The Essex County Community Foundation has announced a $2 million initiative to help thousands of residents who lack access to a computer or an internet connection.

The organization said its goal over the next three years is to provide free or affordable internet access to 10,000 households and businesses, reliable devices to 5,000 people, and digital literacy training for 1,000 people and businesses in Essex County.

“We are long past the point of access to the digital world being a ‘nice to have’, but instead is a ‘must have’ for all people,” Beth Francis, Essex County Community Foundation’s president and

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