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7 Ways to Encourage Girls to Go STEM

7 Ways to Encourage Girls to Go STEM

There's a big disparity when it comes to men versus women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professions. As a techie since childhood, I've always been fascinated with STEM and even

Opinion: How two school districts address student hunger

Oakland and San Francisco have created breakfast programs serving students of all incomes.
How to Fake Shallow Depth of Field Using Photoshop

How to Fake Shallow Depth of Field Using Photoshop

Photos with shallow depth of field are a very popular look in most genres involving people in some way, but they also require pricier lenses to shoot. This helpful tutorial will show you how to fake
A Mathematical Look at What 'Light Softness' Really Is

A Mathematical Look at What 'Light Softness' Really Is

We talk qualitatively quite a bit about the softness or hardness of light, as it's one of the fundamental qualities and something every photographer and videographer should consider when choosing how

YouTube is reportedly introducing your kids to conspiracy theories, too

In a recent appearance by YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki at the South by Southwest Festival, she suggested that YouTube is countering the conspiracy-related videos that have been spreading like wildfire
Five Things Painters Do That Photographers Should Be Doing Too

Five Things Painters Do That Photographers Should Be Doing Too

The best creatives take inspiration from areas other than the discipline they are working in, and photographers should be no different. Have you ever thought about borrowing from the practices used by
Professor Gad Saad Explains that Fear of the PC Police Inspires Self-Censorship on Campus

Professor Gad Saad Explains that Fear of the PC Police Inspires Self-Censorship on Campus

In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, Gad Saad explained that individuals on campus self-censor out of the fear that others will willfully misinterpret their words.
Calling America ‘Land of Opportunity’ Is a ‘Microaggression’ Says University of California

Calling America ‘Land of Opportunity’ Is a ‘Microaggression’ Says University of California

The University of California has published a list of unacceptable “microaggressions” on its official website, which includes offensive statements such as “America is the land of opportunity.”
Oklahoma teachers haven't had a raise in a decade and they're fed up

Law holding parents responsible for teen home parties approved

The Cupertino City Council approved an ordinance Tuesday holding parents responsible for any underage drinking or marijuana smoking that goes on under their roof. But they disagreed about how severe
Virginia Delegate Supports Code of Ethics to Rein In Teachers’ Political Activism

Virginia Delegate Supports Code of Ethics to Rein In Teachers’ Political Activism

Before thousands of school children poured out of schools across the country last week to demand “gun control,” the resolution introduced by Republican member of the Virginia House of Delegates Dave

Letter: California Assemblywoman Catharine Baker stands with students but against gun-control bills?

In the most extreme hypocrisy, Baker, a Republican representing Lamorinda and the Tri-Valley area, stood in supposed solidarity with the students -- but she's voted against gun-control measures.

EdTech is having a renaissance, powered by the emerging world

So-called ‘EdTech’ has seen many false dawns over the years. After being lauded as the teaching platforms of the future, most MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course platforms) have not quite lived up to

Letter: Diversity not a relevant criteria for hiring faculty

Whether or not faculty members "look like" their students is completely irrelevant. The only criterion for selection of faculties should be excellence in teaching and/or research.

Letter: Support abortion services for CSU and UC students

Private donors have already committed funding for all implementation, training, and utility costs for these services, and recent polling shows that 72 percent of California women support this move.

Letter: Base U.S. gun policies on facts, not opinions

If more guns equaled more safety, America would already be the safest country in the world since we have more guns per capita than any developed nation.

Letter: It’s time for American families to put God first

All sports fans recognize a "Hail Mary" as a long pass and an impossible catch in football. The University of Notre Dame football team is often credited with the term, sportscasters have adopted it.

Ghana's Windows Blackboard Teacher And His Students Have a Rewarding Outcome

Quartz: A lot has changed in the life of Richard Appiah Akoto in the fortnight since he posted photos of himself on Facebook drawing a Microsoft Word processing window on a blackboard with

Teacher shortage, lack of supplies hinder rollout of new science standards, report finds

The report by the Public Policy Institute of California surveyed 204 school districts across California at the end of the 2016-17 school year about their progress in implementing the Next Generation

This 16-year-old California boy’s suicide letters are a cry for help and a national call for change

High school sophomore's suicide letters are a national call for parents to better understand the impact of social media and create a more inclusive atmosphere in education.