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American Men Most Attracted to Women With Israeli Accents, Study Finds

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Software developers are easy targets for hackers study finds

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Netsparker Ltd., a company in the web applications security industry, has released survey results showing that most software developers make themselves easy targets for hackers, even when they are behind a corporate firewall. The primary reason is not that their web server software is out of date, however. Instead, it…

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Study finds hackers could use brainwaves to steal passwords

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham suggest that brainwave-sensing headsets, also known as EEG or electroencephalograph headsets, need better security after a study reveals hackers could guess a user’s passwords by monitoring their brainwaves. EEG headsets are advertised as allowing users to use only their brains to control…

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EUROPE OVERTAKES U.S. TO BECOME GLOBAL HUB FOR CHILD ABUSE WEBSITES, STUDY FINDS

Europe is now the global hub of websites hosting child pornography, after a 19 percent jump in content since last year, a new report has found.

The report, conducted by the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), found that Europe hosted the greatest number of websites with graphic images and videos of children. The Netherlands has become the country with the most online sexual imagery of children in Europe. (For the purpose of the report, Europe includes Russia and Turkey.)

The IWF is a non-profit, responsible for finding and removing graphic sexual content from the internet.

Until recently, most child sexual abuse images were found in the United States (57 percent), but this has now shifted to Europe, which hosts 60 percent of all material says the report.

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Nationwide Teen Bullying And Cyberbullying Study Reveals Significant Issues Impacting Youth

One of the latest and most ambitious studies on bullying and cyberbullying in middle and high school students begs to differ with the age-old adage, “sticks and stones can break my bones, but names can’t hurt me.” The study, conducted by researchers at Florida Atlantic University and the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (UW-EC), used a nationally-representative sample of 5,600 children between the ages of 12 to 17 years old to address various forms of bullying and cyberbullying, sexting and dating violence, as well as thoughts of suicide, deviant behavior, and resilience or coping mechanisms.

Sameer Hinduja, Ph.D., a professor of criminology and criminal justice within FAU’s College for Design and Social Inquiry and co-director of the Cyberbullying Research Center, and Justin W.

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Bullied kids suffer academically, too, study says

Bullying isn’t just about physical violence or emotional pain — it can impact kids’ educations, too.

Kids bullied their entire school career have declining test scores, a growing dislike of school and failing confidence in their abilities, say the authors of a study published Monday in the Journal of Educational Psychology.
Researchers tracked several hundred children in the United States from kindergarten through 12th grade, and found nearly a quarter experienced chronic bullying through their school years.
“The good news is that it goes down. The longer kids stay in school, the less likely it is that they will be victimized,” said Gary W.

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Study: Most Professional Training for Teachers Doesn’t Qualify as ‘High Quality’ – Teaching Now – Education Week Teacher

Only 20 percent of the professional development offered by districts meets the federal definition of “high quality” under the new Every Student Succeeds Act, according to researchers.

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Students of All Races Prefer Teachers of Color, Study Finds – Teaching Now – Education Week Teacher

A new study found that adolescent students in urban school district have more favorable perceptions of teachers of color.

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New Study: Principals Play a Large Role in Teacher Retention – District Dossier – Education Week

Principals play a huge role in shaping work conditions—and in whether teachers stay or leave, according to a new study.

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Schools With Wider Grade Spans Have Less Bullying, N.Y.C. Study Finds – Inside School Research – Education Week

“What’s the only thing worse than being the new kid in 8th grade? Being the new kid in 6th grade.” It’s not a joke; it’s the latest research on how school grade structure affects students.

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