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Jobs market is struggling, and the formerly incarcerated are being averted from helping
Education

Jobs market is struggling, and the formerly incarcerated are being averted from helping

John Wetzel and Cam Ward, Opinion contributors Published 12:12 p.m. ET Feb. 20, 2020 Filling gaps in the nation’s barren labor pool requires education, honed skills. Give more transitioning inmates a chance at both.In the midst of record-low unemployment rates, a staggering 27% of formerly incarcerated people don’t have jobs. That’s higher than the national unemployment…

A Vision of AI for Cosy Training
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A Vision of AI for Cosy Training

In a 2013 post, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sketched out a “rough plan” to provide free, basic internet to the world and thus spread opportunity and interconnection. However, the United Nations Human Rights Council reported that, in Myanmar, Facebook’s efforts to follow through on such aspirations accelerated hate speech, fomented division, and incited offline violence…

Hungary’s unique patriotic training meets resistance
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Hungary’s unique patriotic training meets resistance

Image caption The teaching of history will change in Hungarian schools from September There is growing opposition in Hungary to the government’s modified national curriculum, which aims to instil a spirit of national pride in school pupils. Critics – including many schools and teachers’ organisations – draw parallels with the Communist period, when the governing…

Tear Ahead and Break Time
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Tear Ahead and Break Time

Image: ShutterstockI’ll be the first person to say that I love optimizing my life. I’ve spent over a decade mastering David Allen’s Getting Things Done productivity system, and tried-and-true lifehacks like email batching, meal planning, and habit stacking are all essential parts of my day-to-day existence.But I don’t optimize my life to get more work…

‘Now they are able to glide their dreams’: Bangladesh permits Rohingya formative years to spy
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‘Now they are able to glide their dreams’: Bangladesh permits Rohingya formative years to spy

By Ruma PaulDHAKA (Reuters) – Rohingya refugees reacted with surprise and joy on Wednesday to the news that Bangladesh would provide formal education to their children, two and a half years after they were forced to flee Myanmar.Human rights groups have long campaigned for the nearly half a million effectively stateless Rohingya children in Bangladesh’s…


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