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El presupuesto para educación superior

Por: Fernando Corzantes

Desde el acomodo en el gobierno de la tecnocracia neoliberal (1982), el Estado Mexicano ha ido abandonando la idea de la Universidad Pública como proyecto social de alcance nacional, es decir, comenzó a verse desde la perspectiva del mercado, que las universidades financiadas con recursos públicos son “entidades deficitarias” que debían reducirse para disminuir los “costos fiscales” que de su existencia generan al Estado. 853 more words

Prime Minister Trudeau Appoints First Supreme Court Justice Under New Process

The Supreme Court of Canada has had a vacancy since Justice Cromwell retired on September 1, 2016. This week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has named his replacement. 240 more words

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In Quotes: The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and Early Education

“With this reauthorization, the law has been transformed from a kindergarten through twelfth grade (K-12) education law to one which cements the importance of a preschool through twelfth grade (P-12) continuum of learning.” 33 more words


Your dynamic IP address is now protected personal data under EU law

(Source: arstechnica.co.uk)

Europe’s top court has ruled that dynamic IP addresses can constitute “personal data,” just like static IP addresses, affording them some protection under EU law against being collected and stored by websites. 400 more words


Federal Reserve's Dudley expects US hike later this year

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

The Federal Reserve will likely raise interest rates later this year if the US economy remains on its current path, New York Fed President William Dudley said on Wednesday, downplaying any market-related risks of tightening policy in December. 121 more words

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George Takei Blasts Trump in Impassioned Plea to Young Voters to 'Seize Their Own Future'

George Takei has written an impassioned plea to young voters that compares today’s political climate to the era that “shattered” his family after they — along with 120,000 Japanese Americans — were relegated to World War II internment camps after the attacks on Pearl Harbor. 550 more words