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Ellen Tests Kunal Nayyar's Science Knowledge

Kunal Nayyar plays an astrophysicist on "The Big Bang Theory," so Ellen tested his general science knowledge in a game to raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, thanks to Ulta Beauty. Full story

Teacher had sex with teen student in school charged, cops say

A teacher has been arrested and charged after having sex with a teenage student in a school classroom, according to the police. During a pep rally day at Port Barre High School, Constance Robertson had sex with a student in a classroom , according to Police Chief Deon Boudreaux, KATC reported. Robertson, a 25-year-old substitute teacher, has been working for the Louisiana school system since May 2017, the school board said in a statement, ... Full story

Homeless in New York Public Schools at a Record High: 114,659 Students

- Homeless in New York Public Schools at a Record High: 114,659 Students - The New York Times Full story

Guide to Understanding Pinterest Analytics

The key to confirming that your new social content strategy works is through understanding your analytics reports. Without careful evaluation of what type of content performs well, you only have anecdotal evidence. You don’t want to spend all that time Pinning away only to have nothing to show for it. In this Pinterest guide, we’ll walk through how to read the networks’ analytics. You’ll be able to use your data to make informed decisions and ... Full story

MIT has just announced a $1 billion plan to create a new college for AI

One of the birthplaces of artificial intelligence, MIT, has announced a bold plan to reshape its academic program around the technology. With $1 billion in funding, MIT will create a new college that combines AI, machine learning, and data science with other academic disciplines. It is the largest financial investment in AI by any US academic institution to date. New school: The new college of computing is being built with $350 million in ... Full story

Survey: People plan to use Amazon 3-to-1 over Google for holiday shopping

Get the most important digital marketing news each day. Note: By submitting this form, you agree to Third Door Media's terms . We respect your privacy . All surveys must be read with caution, because of the gap between attitudes or responses and actual behavior. But if a new holiday shopping survey from CPC Strategy is any indication, Amazon is pulling away as the go-to destination for holiday shoppers. The online survey was conducted by ... Full story

MIT’s $1 billion college will teach the theory and ethics of AI

The new school clearly is emphasizing the ethics and personal responsibility when it comes to creating, manipulating and utilizing artificial intelligence. So often, the conversation in tech revolves around "can we," not "should we." MIT appears to be taking the issue seriously and making the ethics of AI foundational within this new program, presumably to create some sort of stopgap in the rise of our robot overlords. The new college will open ... Full story

4 Reminders To Increase Your Mental Toughness

4 Reminders To Increase Your Mental Toughness We have more knowledge today literally at our fingertips than ever before. We do not need to search our minds for an answer, or even ask our friends, it’s right there on our phone. Knowledge is not the problem. We know how and what to eat to be healthy, Full story

Katy Perry Footwear Collection —

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Why college costs soared as more students enrolled Washington Post

George Washington University in Washington. (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post). Today’s college students and recent alumni often look wistfully to the 1960s. By today’s standards, the price of a college education at the time was amazingly low. A student applying to a state university that charged no tuition had total annual expenses ranging from $1,100 to $1,500, or the equivalent today of $9,460 to $12,900. By contrast, today’s state ... Full story