Innovative coding school leads the way to change ahead of Reconciliation Week – 27 May to 3 June

Innovative coding school leads the way to change ahead of Reconciliation Week – 27 May to 3 June

LR: 42 Adelaide CEO Louise Nobes and 42 Adelaide Students Miah Bishop-Oldfield & Justyce Manton. Artwork by Ngarrindjeri & Narungga artist, Jamaya Branson. Adelaide, 25 May 2022: Defense SA employee and Aeronautical Engineering student Justyce Manton came across tuition-free coding school 42 Adelaide through her professional mentor, who suggested it would complement her skill set. … Read more

California Cuts Grass Watering Down as Drought Dries West | Political News

By KATHLEEN RONAYNE, Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – Grass in office parks, on college campuses or in some California neighborhoods will go brown this summer after state water officials adopted a ban Tuesday on watering certain green spaces as the state’s drought drags on. The ban adopted by the State Water Resources Control Board … Read more

Collaboration, coding, carnivores: Olympia Brown students use robots to rescue their principal from a T-Rex | Local News

CALEDONIA – Dinosaurs are rampaging, and Olympia Brown Elementary students are the only ones who can help. The school principal is in trouble, and students must use robots to bring her to safety. The simulated “Jurassic Park” rescue was a culmination of six weeks of work for fifth-graders. On Tuesday, excited shouts filled the school … Read more

Flood City Youth Fitness | Johnstown Magazine

“It simply came to our notice then children than to repair broken men ” The quote from former slave turned activist Frederick Douglass is on a plate in Johnstown’s Flood City Youth Fitness Academy. It’s a motto that resonates with Oscar Cashaw and Deacon Jeffrey Wilson. The two men lead the growing program that feeds, … Read more

House Panel Rejects Bills Restricting Lessons on Race | Political News

By KEVIN McGILL, Associated Press NEW ORLEANS (AP) – A state lawmaker’s attempt to set restrictions on what public schools in Louisiana can teach about race was rejected by a House committee Tuesday, with some panel members saying the legislation needlessly encroached on state and local education officials’ duties, and other critics saying the legislation … Read more

Buffalo Shooter’s Previous Threat Raises Red-Flag Questions | Political News

By LINDSAY WHITEHURST, MICHAEL TARM and JAMES ANDERSON, Associated Press Less than a year before he opened fire and killed 10 people in a racist attack at a Buffalo grocery store, 18-year-old Payton Gendron was investigated for making a threatening statement at his high school. New York has a “red flag” law designed to keep … Read more

War Crimes Watch: Targeting Schools, Russia Bombs the Future | Political News

By JASON DEAREN, JULIET LINDERMAN and OLEKSANDR STASHEVSKYI, Associated Press KYIV, Ukraine (AP) – As she lay buried under the rubble, her legs broken and eyes blinded by blood and thick clouds of dust, all Inna Levchenko could hear was screams. It was 12:15 pm on March 3, and moments earlier a blast had pulverized … Read more

ICC to hold computer coding camp | News

SPINDALE – Attention, young coders! Isothermal Community College is hosting a Computer Coding Camp this summer. The camp is designed to engage rising 10th through 12th (current 9th – 11th) grade students to engage in a hands-on project-based learning focused on learning and developing coding / robotics skills. The camp will make use of Isothermal’s … Read more

The Future of Gynecological Conditions; Improving Attention, Understanding, and Treatment

In this interview, News-Medical talks to Dr. Laurence Orbuch about the lack of understanding behind gynecological conditions like endometriosis and how this needs to change. Please introduce yourself and tell us about your career in gynecology. My name is Dr. Laurence Orbuch, and I am a board-certified obstetrician / gynecologist practicing in Beverly Hills, California. … Read more

US Grappling With Native American Boarding School History | Political News

By FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) – Deb Haaland is pushing the US government to reckon with its role in Native American boarding schools like no other Cabinet secretary could – backed by personal experience, a struggle with losing her own Native language and a broader community that has felt the devastating impacts. … Read more

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