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Michigan leaders talk a lot about human trafficking, but we don’t know the extent of the problem | #tinder | #pof | #match | #sextrafficking | romancescams | #scams

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MICHIGAN — It’s a horrible crime in Michigan and yet we have no real statistics behind it: human trafficking. Jane White, director of the Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force, said […]

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Sending children back to school would worsen COVID-19 problem | #covid19 | #kids | #childern | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

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#deepweb | Why does The Crown have a problem with Ireland?

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There’s lots of what royal watchers have come to expect in season three of Netflix’s The Crown. Queen Elizabeth – now portrayed in her early middle years by the wonderful Olivia Colman – is by turns flummoxed, aloof and peeved as she navigates the ship of state through the upheavals of the 1960s and 1970s. Philip is indiscreet, Margaret outrageous. We are introduced to the young Prince Charles and his girlfriend Camilla Shand.

Netflix also makes sure to dazzle with the now traditional grand palaces, swanky cars and forbidden assignations – Margaret’s canoodles with a baby-faced baronet, thus ushering in the era of the right royal bonkbuster.

Yet for Irish viewers the latest instalment of Peter Morgan’s glamorous portrait of the life, times and domestic travails of the British monarch is notable for its omissions rather than for its adherence to costume caper convention.

The historical span covered across the 10 episodes runs roughly from 1964 to 1977. It’s a period of considerable political and social disruption globally – but even more so in the United Kingdom, which of course witnessed the outbreak of a bloody internecine conflict in Northern Ireland.

Or did it? Watching The Crown you’d never guess that nationalists had been burned from their homes, 14 unarmed civilians gunned down by the first battalion of the parachute regiment or that the Provisional IRA bombed Belfast to a standstill and then brought its campaign to England. Charles would be appointed colonel in chief of the paras just a year after the time period in question. And his father-figure mentor. Louis Mountbatten (Charles Dance at full Tywin Lannister clip) was to die in an IRA attack in 1979. The outbreak of Troubles would, you might imagine, be vaguely pertinent to the royals and their story, if only to foreshadow Mountbatten’s fate in Mullaghmore.

Not so, though The Crown does find space for many other major events. Britain’s accession to the European Economic Community is referenced; an entire episode is given over to the 1970s miners’ strike, the three-day week and the power cuts that wracked Britain. The Cold War also features, as does the Moon landing – Philip is jolly jealous of Neil Armstrong – and the 1966 Aberfan disaster in which 116 children in a Welsh mining village in Glamorgan died when a slag heap collapsed and crashed over their school.

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Problem Passwords And Burgeoning Biometrics

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Over the last 20 years identity has gone through a lot of change. Paper processes have evolved to electronic data, and consequently, paper documents are used less often in the verification process people have to go through when interacting with regulation and authority. This change has stemmed from organisations like…

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We All Have a Race Problem (and Need to Discuss It) – The Intersection: Culture and Race in Schools – Education Week Teacher

We are all struggling with race. We are all operating in a racist society. Unless we talk about it, we can’t fixing it.

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Think Online Videos Will Solve Your PD Problem? Think Again. – Finding Common Ground – Education Week

Twitter, YouTube, Podcasts, Pinterest, Khan Academy, TeacherTube, Facebook, and Google are existing repositories where educators are already freely sharing ideas and best practice. Do we really need more?

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K-12 Schools: We Have Our Own ‘Brexit’ Problem – Education Week

The reasoning behind Britain’s vote to leave the European Union may sound familiar to those in American public education, writes Adam Kirk Edgerton.

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Think you don’t have a social media governance problem? Neither did this football player

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Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. We just experienced one of the most highly publicized and bizarre social media blunders ever during the 2016 NFL Draft. A strategic CIO, thinking about social media and the long-term […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

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Report: Bullying is a serious public health problem – Education Week

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Report calls bullying a serious public health problem – Education Week

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