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HBCUs got a windfall of federal COVID relief. Here's how colleges are spending it

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When computer science major Elijah Love got the bill for his summer classes, he learned the credits were free. His school, North Carolina A&T State University, used federal COVID relief funding to pay for them.

Historically Black colleges and universities are using federal COVID relief funds to cancel student debt, upgrade campus infrastructure and retain students who struggle because of financial barriers.

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2022 Fantasy baseball mid-season update

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At the All-Star Game break, here are the standings in both of my educator fantasy baseball leagues…

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  1. Buckeye Ballers, Toby Fischer
  2. CAM Cougars, Dominic Giegerich
  3. Technauts, Joe Bires
  4. Twinkies, Scott McLeod
  5. Bayou Buffalos, Vinnie Vrotny
  6. TheBrewz, Jeremy Brueck
  7. Good Trouble, Jon Becker (last year’s champ)
  8. Greyhounds, John Spencer
  9. Maineiacs, Harold Shaw
  10. Optimistic Mets Fan, Reshan Richards
  11. Dutch’s Detroiters, Rick Heitmeyer
  12. Let’s Play Two, Bob Dillon

Rounding for Home 22

  1. Nesi’s Quicks, Chris Nesi
  2. Impossible Dreamers, Patrick Larkin
  3. Sandlot Success, AJ Bianco
  4. Windfield Wants Noise, Jason Buccheri
  5. All 4 Shifts, Guy Ryan
  6. Juuuust a Bit Outside, Scott McLeod
  7. The Moonlight Grahams, Donnie Piercey
  8. Paternity / IL All-Stars (formerly You Down With CBT?), Dave Quinn
  9. Eephus Pitch, Aaron Hogan
  10. Who Needs Pants?, Dean Shareski
  11. Papi’s Green Monsters, Cale Birk 
  12. Chad’s Crazy Crew, Chad Lehman

The top 6 teams in each league make the playoffs… Should be an exciting next few weeks!

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The Difference Between Logical Fallacies And Cognitive Biases

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The difference between fallacies and biases is fallacies are real-time thinking errors while biases are pre-dispositions for future errors.

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Books I read in August 2022

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Ministry for the FutureBooks I finished reading (or rereading) in August 2022…

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Books I read in July 2022

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Liberate!Books I finished reading (or rereading) in July 2022…

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Biden is canceling up to $10K in student loans, $20K for Pell Grant recipients

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More than two years ago, then-presidential candidate Joe Biden pledged to cancel at least $10,000 in federal student loans. The pledge has followed his administration ever since.

President Biden announced a sweeping effort to forgive up to $20,000 of federal student loan debt for Pell Grant recipients, and up to $10,000 for other borrowers making under $125,000 a year.

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What remains of the American University of Afghanistan?

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One year ago this month, the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan. Many people fled into exile and so did the university. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Ian Bickford, the school's president.

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Assessment Board Members Named

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Secretary Duncan named six members of the National Assessment Governing Board, which oversees the Nation's Report Card.

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8 Ways To Improve How Schools Relate To Communities

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8 Things Teachers Can Do To Improve Their Bedside Manner by TeachThought Staff Ed note: Though the word ‘parents’ is …

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9 Indicators Of Authentic Mobile Learning

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Designing instruction around tablets requires some slight shifts in how you view when, why, and how learning happens.

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