Raymond Spencer, 23, named ‘person of interest’ after 4 injured in Edmund Burke School shooting horror in Washington, DC – Reuters News in France and abroad

Raymond Spencer 23 named person of interest after 4 injured

DC COPS are looking for Raymond Spencer, 23, of Fairfax, Va., in connection with the Washington DC shooting that left four people injured. A gunman opened fire near the Edmund Burke School, injuring a minor and leaving two adults in critical condition, cops said. A fourth victim was also identified by the gendarmes. Police have … Read more

The perfect tool to balance life, work and school as a busy student – Samsung Global Newsroom – Reuters News in France and abroad

The perfect tool to balance life work and school as

A student’s life can be hectic and stressful. From getting good grades and studying foreign languages ​​to juggling part-time or even full-time jobs, hard-working students of all ages are always on the move. That’s why Samsung Electronics created the Galaxy Tab S8 series to be the ultimate tool to make any student’s lifestyle more manageable. … Read more

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Enrique Grau el hijo del heroe del Combate de Angamos

Un día después que más de cien inmigrantes alemanes llegaran al Callao a bordo del buque de guerra norteamericano General Whblack, una increíble historia recorrió las calles del país a través de las páginas de El Comercio. El 10 de agosto de 1948, el diario decano publicó la entrevista con Enrique Grau Cabero, hijo mayor … Read more

Eight career-inspiring movies from faculty and staff in the School of Filmmaking

Eight career inspiring movies from faculty and staff in the School

For some in the School of Filmmaking, working in the film industry was a dream that started at a young age, perhaps a hobby that morphed into a passion and a career. For others, the path was less direct — a possibility discovered unexpectedly along the road to another, unrelated field. However, each person can … Read more

Sense of belonging helps high school students engage with STEM

Journal Reference: Kelly Lynn Mulvey, Channing Mathews, Jerica Knox, Angelina Joy, Jaqueline Cerda‐Smith. The role of inclusion, discrimination, and belonging for adolescent Science, Technology, Engineering and Math engagement in and out of school. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 2022; DOI: 10.1002/tea.21762 “We found that kids who feel their high school STEM classrooms are inclusive … Read more

Time off after high school makes college less likely

Journal Reference: Nicolás de Roux, Evan Riehl. Disrupted academic careers: The returns to time off after high school. Journal of Development Economics, 2022; 156: 102824 DOI: 10.1016/j.jdeveco.2022.102824 In the paper, “Disrupted academic careers: The returns to time off after high school,” Evan Riehl, assistant professor in the ILR School, and co-author Nicolás de Roux of … Read more

Covid testing for TODAY’s abandoned school children in major boost for schools – Reuters

Covid testing for TODAYs abandoned school children in major boost

COVID testing for school children in England is scrapped from TODAY. As The Sun revealed on Saturday, the Prime Minister told MPs in the House of Commons that the rules would eventually fall as part of his plan to learn to live with Covid. Children in school will no longer have to take tests twice … Read more

School leaders condemn ‘rush ahead’ to scrap Covid testing and isolation – Reuters

School leaders condemn rush ahead to scrap Covid testing and

School leaders have slammed Boris Johnson’s plan to scrap Covid self-isolation rules and end regular testing of pupils in England, with the plans described as a ‘leak ahead’ out of restrictions . The Prime Minister told the Commons on Monday that the government was scrapping guidance for staff and students to take regular tests twice … Read more

School closures led to more sleep and better quality of life for adolescents

Journal Reference: Joëlle N. Albrecht, Helene Werner, Noa Rieger, Natacha Widmer, Daniel Janisch, Reto Huber, Oskar G. Jenni. Association of Adolescent Sleep Duration During COVID Pandemic High School Closure – Effects of homeschooling on adolescents’ sleep and health. JAMA Network Open, 2022 DOI: 10.100/jamanetworkopen.2021.42100 The first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic led to the closure … Read more

Teens not getting enough sleep may consume 4.5 extra pounds of sugar during a school year

Journal Reference: Kara McRae Duraccio, Catharine Whitacre, Kendra N Krietsch, Nanhua Zhang, Suzanne Summer, Morgan Price, Brian E Saelens, Dean W Beebe. Losing sleep by staying up late leads adolescents to consume more carbohydrates and a higher glycemic load. Sleep, 2021; DOI: 10.1093/sleep/zsab269 Prior research has linked lack of sleep to increased risk for poor … Read more