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Fired PGCPS schools employee: 'There is a lot of cover up going on'

WASHINGTON – Amid continuing turmoil and controversy within Prince George’s County Public Schools, people continue to speak out about their concerns about the school system. FOX 5 spoke with one of the employees recommended for termination after… 585 more words

Cathartic Tie-cutting...

So, this week has been trying in more ways than I care to admit.If you have family then you already know, maybe, some of the things of which I speak. 682 more words

People require preregistration, not methods

Many APSA 2016 panels and discussions in the Section on Qualitative and Multimethod Research and the Political Methodology Section were centered on the Data Access and Research Transparency (DART) Initiative… 938 more words

Process Tracing

The Luxury Sector Now Focusing on a Sustainable Future

“Consumer consciousness and expectations are evolving regarding corporate environmental issues, especially for millennials. They want their brands to behave responsibly,” said Elisa Niemtzow, director of consumer sectors for BSR, the world’s largest nonprofit business network dedicated to sustainability. 34 more words

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Facebook, Google, Amazon, IBM, and Microsoft created a partnership to make AI seem less terrifying

The Justice League of artificial intelligence is finally here.

Nearly every major tech company with a large investment in AI—namely Facebook, Amazon, IBM, Microsoft, and Google—has joined to create a non-profit organization to educate the public about the technology and share industry best-practices on transparency and ethics. 841 more words

Another Board Resignation

Posted for Annie McGovern by Moderator:

Word on the street is that another Rancho Viejo South board member, this time Jim Bailey, has resigned from the board. 143 more words

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A Global Stocktaking on This First International Right to Know Day

GAB is pleased to welcome this guest post by the Centre for Law and Democracy:

Today marks the first of what will be an annual recognition and celebration of citizens’ right to access information held by their governments.   1,106 more words

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