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Via The Chronicle of Higher Education : “What You Need to Know About Race-Conscious Admissions in 2017.” ” “Republicans try to take cheap phones and broadband away from poor people,” Ars Technica reports. monthly subsidies toward cellular phone service or mobile broadband. ” From the press release : “174 organisations worldwide call investors to cease support to American chain of schools Bridge International Academies.”

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Via WaPo’s Valerie Strauss : “ Trump ’s rather weird meeting with the 2017 Teachers of the Year.” ” Via Multichannel News : “Trayvon Martin Attorney Parks Targets AT&T Over Alleged Broadband Redlining.” It’s 2017, and Wired still promotes a narrative that “ hackers ” are all young men. Via Edsurge : “ Khan Academy ’s New ‘Teacher Aid’ Tool Goes for a Test Drive in Southern California.”

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To the entrepreneur who wrote the Techcrunch op-ed in August that ed-tech is “ 2017's big, untapped and safe investor opportunity.” The College Board also boasted about its partnership with Khan Academy, which would make SAT test prep materials freely available online. According to Edsurge , changes to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act will soon be another “ win for ed-tech vendors.”