As for what classes could look like, more learning online also means some smaller in-person classes. Thurmond said there’s no direct approach, no one size fits all, and every district has to figure out what’s best for them. … [Read more...] about Bridging The Digital Divide: State Leaders Working To Give Students Access To Computers, Internet
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A NIGHT OUT IN NSW FROM JUNE 1 Clubs, pubs, restaurants and cafes to open to 50 patrons from midnight monday Larger venues with multiple dining facilities are allowed an additional 50 patrons per areaPatrons do not need to eat to remain inside and can stay even after restaurants have closedPeople must remain in one area and are not permitted to move around different sections of the venueThis will be enforced by PA instructions and COVID-19 safety marshalsSigns will be displayed to guide patrons to the closest bathroom so they do not move through the venueClubs must have separate entry and exit points into the venue Capacity in larger venues can be increased by partitioning dining areas with physical barriersThis means some venues can accommodate more than 500 guests if they meet requirements, including only having one person per four square metresPatrons will need to maintain 1.5m distance at all times People will be asked to move on or separate if necessary unless they … [Read more...] about Why 500 diners, drinkers and pokie players will be allowed into big NSW venues from MONDAY – and a loophole means you DON’T have to order food to have a beer
The S&P’s run showed no immediate signs of running out of steam yesterday as investors pushed into stocks ahead of crunch trade talks between the US and China. Yesterday it matched the previous record bull market posted during the 1990s in the run-up to the dot-com bubble. … [Read more...] about Market report: US S&P 500 hits new high as it charges at bull run record
Teach First is funded incredibly generously by a central government grant. Teachers are paid as soon as they start their practice. I don't think we can afford to run a scheme like that in the current economic climate. We don't need to be spending £76m of taxpayers' money on teachers who only enjoy short teaching careers. Teach First has this social, charitable mission to support the disadvantaged in our education system, but the last thing our most vulnerable children need is unqualified teachers who are only there for the short term. … [Read more...] about Teach First: why does it divide opinion?
A hospital official said that at the end of the year, the hospital system may end up at a $500 million operating loss. Yale New Haven did receive $200 million in federal relief funds via the CARES Act, NBC CT reported. … [Read more...] about Yale New Haven Hospital Expects $500 Million In Losses