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Is cybersecurity enough to stop modern-day hackers?

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Is cybersecurity enough to stop modern-day hackers?

After a global cyberattack hit millions of computers in more than 150 countries, there’s high demand for cybersecurity, and questions over whether there is any defense against modern hackers. It’s a wake up call for world leaders and security experts – the ransomware attack that seized millions of computers and impacted thousands of companies. In the aftermath of the chaos, …

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Trucker Personals Becomes Leading Online Dating Stop For Truck Drivers Across The Country

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Texas officer’s warning to bullies: ‘Stop it or I’ll see you in court’

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ KAUFMAN, Texas — A Kaufman County Constable disgusted by student bullies, issued a warning to them and their parents on Facebook: Stop it or I’ll see you in court. The constable …

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Kids more likely to stop bullies when parents tell them to

Youngsters usually tend to step in once they see bullying at college if their mother and father have advised them to become involved than in the event that they’ve been taught it’s higher to remain out of it, a current U.S. research suggests.

About one in 10 youngsters are victims of bullying, and lots of anti-bullying packages are targeted on getting bystanders to intervene, researchers notice within the Journal of Medical Youngster and Adolescent Psychology. Whereas earlier analysis has linked sure parenting practices to greater odds that youngsters shall be victims or perpetrators of bullying, much less is understood about how mother and father impression what youngsters do as bystanders.

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Katy ISD didn’t stop teacher sex abuse until parents intervened, lawsuit claims

A lawsuit claims that Katy Independent School District knew about an improper relationship between a teacher and a student and did nothing to intervene until the girl’s parents forced the district to act.

The victim in the case filed the suit via a law firm, claiming “intentional infliction of emotional distress.”

The lawsuit was filed nearly a year after Robert Milton, 42, an art teacher at the school, was arrested after he was accused of having an improper relationship with a female student.

According to court documents, the relationship began while Milton was still employed at the school and before the female student graduated in June 2015.

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I’m Addicted To Online Dating & I Don’t Know How To Stop

Online dating hasn’t been taboo in at least a decade; in fact, it’s now a necessity if you’re looking for love. It seems like everyone is on either Tinder, Bumble, OkCupid, Plenty of Fish, or eHarmony (or all of the above), including me. While I’ve never actually met anyone online that I ended up dating long-term, that hasn’t stopped me from becoming downright obsessed with looking. 1. I LOVE THE RUSH OF MATCHING WITH SOMEONE NEW. Read More….

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Stop Everything And Watch This Baby Running Off With A Recording Phone

It’s one thing to have your cell phone stolen; it’s another to have it done by a laughing baby.

An endearing YouTube video captured a wobbly-legged bandit leading a frantic, giggle-filled chase while running through a home with the recording phone pointed at the baby’s hysterical face.

At one point the baby stumbles and nearly loses the prized possession before getting back up with a smile and taking off again. Trailing close behind is the baby’s presumed mom who can’t help but laugh along.

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Obama Administration Calls On Schools To Stop Abusing Kids

Although 28 states and the District of Columbia explicitly prohibit the act of physical discipline in school, corporal punishment is hardly a relic of the past. In the 2013-2014 school year, over 110,000 students were struck, paddled or flogged in the classroom, according to the most recent available data from the federal government. Now, the Obama administration is taking steps to reduce this number further.

On Tuesday, U.S. Secretary of Education John King Jr. sent a letter to governors and state school officers imploring them to eliminate the practice from their schools. Currently, 15 states have laws expressly allowing corporal punishment, and seven more states do not have rules prohibiting the practice.

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Response: ‘Fear’ Should not Stop us From Exploring ‘Controversial’ Topics in School – Classroom Q&A With Larry Ferlazzo – Education Week Teacher

Gabriella Corales, Tom Rademacher, Martha Caldwell, Oman Frame, Danny Woo, Paul Barnwell, Kathleen Neagle Sokolowski share their responses to the question: “How do you handle controversial issues in the classroom?”

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6 tips to put a stop to bullying

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Bullying is a tough reality for many children. One out of every four students reports being bullied during the school year, according to the National Center for Educating Statistics. But the news gets worse. Studies show that children who have disabilities are two to three times more likely to be bullied than their peers who don’t have disabilities. It’s a good time to remind parents, students and teachers about bullying awareness — especially among children who have disabilities — because October is Bullying Prevention Month.
“Kids who have disabilities are working their hardest to excel at school and socialize with peers while juggling the challenges of having a disability,” says Scott Schwantes, MD, a Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare pediatrician.

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