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Using Data as a Defense

High quality data should be used to inform instruction and monitor progress for all students, whether or not they have IEPs. For special education students, reliable data absolutely must guide educational decisions. 865 more words

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Another mark against Uber

There are many misgivings regarding the app-based taxi company Uber. One of those is a belief that Uber’s databases will get hacked.

Apparently, they already did. 71 more words

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Too Bizarre To Be Bizarre

I had to read this one twice.

So a woman who lives in Utah was driving through the Nevada desert on December 27, 2011 when she hit a sagebrush, causing the vehicle to flip upside down. 436 more words


What's Really Going On With The Jas Prince Vs. Cash Money Lawsuit Over Drake?

Jas Prince’s widely known as the man who discovered Drake, the current top of rap’s food chain. Such a discovery would surely lead to a finder’s fee large enough to fill one’s belly for a quite some time. 527 more words


Bill Cosby Asks Judge To Dismiss 3 Accusers' Defamation Lawsuit

BOSTON (AP) — Bill Cosby’s lawyers asked a federal judge on Friday to throw out a defamation lawsuit filed by three women accusing the comedian of decades-old sexual offenses. 364 more words


Kingsford Charcoal Just Lit Up The NCAA With A Special Edition Package

A relationship with the NCAA can be quite lucrative, but apparently the people at Kingsford Charcoal decided that taking a swipe at the governing body for collegiate sports was worth more. 218 more words


Why This Company Wants to Stop You From Buying an iPhone

Ericsson AB has asked US regulators to block all domestic sales of Apple products as part of an escalating patent dispute between the two tech giants. 87 more words