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This is the second in a three-part series of conversations with Latino educators and information technology experts. Read it first part here.While Latino children make up a growing proportion of public school students in the United States, they also face unique challenges. Education researchers now know that Latino students were dealt a disproportionate blow to their learning by the coronavirus pandemic. A frustrating combination of factors retains underrepresented Latino students in science, technology, and math classes. Undocumented students – many from Mexico and Central America – see their college dreams disappear that legal protections for them remain in limbo. Latinos…

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Out of the fire and into the frying pan: Borrowers can face a huge tax bill after finally getting student loan forgiveness. It is often called the student loan tax bomb.The good news is that this hefty tax is often avoidable.Unfortunately, not all borrowers will dodge the student loan tax bomb. This is a significant downside to forgiveness and something any borrower applying for loan forgiveness should understand.Origins of the Student Loan Tax BombThe origins of the large pardon tax bill can be traced to a single IRS rule.The IRS treats the canceled debt as income in the year it…

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Parents across the country, with different lived experiences, are united by our belief that we can be the catalysts to create transformative change that benefits all children in our public education system. This change can only happen when we commit to truly embracing the power of parental involvement, collaboration, and shared responsibility in creating a more equitable and inclusive education system. We are more than just attendees at parent-teacher conferences and Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings. We are on the front line, actively fighting and changing policies that will have a positive impact not only on our children today, but…

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The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 takes place in Australia and New Zealand from July 20 to August 20. The most well-known football tournament on the planet, this massive sporting event will attract dozens of national teams from around the world as well as thousands of spectators and millions of television viewers.As one of the biggest international sporting competitions, the FIFA World Cup is a great opportunity to teach about other cultures, geographies, traditions and much more. These lessons, activities, quizzes, worksheets, and more—almost all free—have the sooooool(!) way to engage students in the excitement.Best FIFA World Cup lessons and…

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By Katie Azevedo, M.Ed. In this blog post, I share 8 things to do during the summer that will make college easier. I’m not talking about going to summer school – even though that’s a brilliant idea. Instead, I’m talking about 8 activities that target the exact same skills you’ll need to survive and succeed in college. In other words, the more you do on the list below, the better prepared you will be when you start or return to college in the fall. Now I know that summers are for friends, relaxation and non-school things. Yes, yes – please…

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As software development becomes more demanding and competitive, teams strive to deliver high-quality applications as quickly and efficiently as possible. DevOps automation makes this goal achievable by fostering collaboration between development and operations teams, minimizing manual tasks, and streamlining processes. In this guide, we will dig deeper into what DevOps automation is. We’ll also discuss its benefits, best practices, software that can help you implement it, and more. Jump to: What is DevOps? As its name suggests, DevOps combines development (Dev) and IT Operations (Ops) stages of the software development lifecycle in a single workflow. With DevOps, teams can take…

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