Checked the GSAP website and there’s a list of approved schools under MBA but no list for those interested in a MS in data analytics (other approved programs). Does this mean we pick?
Is Legato product based , service based or captive center? I got an offer from Legato ,I want to know about work culture, flexibility and job security.
Skill- Data Science
Designation -Team Lead
Legato Health Technologies Elevance health
Does BDO offer paid paternity leave?
I want food but don’t wanna get outta bed🧐🧐.
Curious to know how other e-commerce Product organizations are organized. How are PM’s focused? Devs organized? How are product designers aligned with the teams?
Hello fishes 🐠🐠. Any thoughts on best apartments to stay in Dallas (affordable and easy to commute) if working in Victoria Ave office?
I lost my dog unexpectedly yesterday and he was my everything. I don’t have kids and he was all I had. How can I get over this loss?
I am 52 I have been feeling so tired and when I was in my 40’s. I had a lot more energy. Now I am so tired after work - but I have 4 girls ages, 16-15-13-9. I am going through menopause and my Osteoarthritis hurts somedays and that doesn’t work. Any advice how to keep up with my four girls while feeling crummy?!?
I have been trying to apply for Microsoft’s full time sales position, but I have been having a hard time finding professionals/recruiters to network there. No luck on LinkedIn and I don’t go to a target school which makes it even harder to at least get my foot in the door. I would like to use my summer internship experience in the Big-4 consulting space to potentially move into Microsoft for full time. I am trying to reach out to any possible network, anyone here would like to help please? Microsoft
How is the probation confirmation in IBM. Will this be a auto acceptance for laterals?. Also will there be a risk like getting not confirmed in the probation. Mine is 1 year probation period.
I'm also looking for Software Developers / DevOps Engineers for roles in public sector consultancy or media consultancy, all perm except last two, all home-based
Back End Developer (people who understand NodeJS (or who have knowlege of backend APIs and are keen to learn Node)
Lead Developer (either front end or full stack)
AWS DevOps Engineer
DevOps Tech Lead (Azure) - outside IR35 contract / perm
Azure DevOps Engineer - outside IR35 contract / perm
I need guidance on how to prepare for .Net C# interviews.
I have 3.6 years of experience and looking for a change.
Any links/tutorial/study material/ topics that might be helpful for this journey would be great.
Is it true that guys are intimidated by hot women? As I’ve gotten older guys have stopped talking to me. Idk if I’ve gotten less attractive or more intimidating. People attracted to women is this true that if someone is really attractive how do you act around them? Maybe I just got uglier since my early 20s I really don’t know.
Extreme breathlessness at the end f first trimester - is that expected - sorry first time mom here!
Does Infosys reimburse Internet bills for resources who are working from home??
Also does they provide any extra miney to setup home office, like for chairs & tables?
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We‘ve had two students who have taken their own lives this school year. We are devastated but are looking for initiatives to implement so that kids feel like they can talk to faculty or staff. Ideas?
Texas School Shooting: It’s Way Past Time We Treat Gun Violence as a Health Crisis
Many teachers in my school are talking about all taking a sick day on the same day. I’m a new/probationary teacher. What should I do? I want to be supportive, but I also want to keep my job.
If your students like Kahoot!, they will like Blooket! Especially playing in the crypto mode.
So my district is making teachers burn sick days after receiving the vaccine and having a reaction to it. They state we made the choice to get it so if we have a reaction and have to be out it is on us....
Many say that Teachers are undervalued and underpaid bc it’s woman’s work. What do you think about this?
Poll: 1 in 5 teachers say they're unlikely to return to schools if they reopen in fall
To the breast cancer survivors, how much did your students know about your absences during that school year? I know different ages can hear different levels of information. I am just curious how it was handled.
How to visit Santa using the magic of Zoom, streaming video or even AI https://t.co/Jz5TzYWihh
Who else didn't even make it to midnight????😂
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My school has not so subtly hinted that they would love for me to teach 6th grade next year if I comfortable with it. I usually teach 4th/5th. 6th grade teachers what’s 6th like compared to upper elementary! TIA!
What are questions you ask students to make sure they have a deeper understanding of a topic?
Who makes your job the hardest? a) the students b) the parents c) the administration d) society. I will weigh in later but I don't want to influence anyone's answer.
Why is obesity such a big problem with American children? What role does Education play in it?
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Advise to ANY TEEN. Get a part time job. Begin college at a community college, and transfer. Don't take unnecessary classes. Seriously consider the trades. Don't go for a dead-end major (sorry, but some majors really are useless).
I have to say, I agree with you. I've seen a lot of people go to college because it was the "right thing to do," only to end up with a dead-end degree. Not worth it, especially with all of the debt they end up with. That's one reason why I'm so passionate about this.
In MN we have something called College in the Schools (CIS). Kids in usually 11th and 12th grades can take CIS classes where they actually enroll in the college offering the class, earn college credit, and get a college transcript—all for free. CIS classes are taught by highly qualified and trained high school staff, so the kids don’t have to leave school and they know their “professors.” We have had some kids earn 1 1/2 years of college credits while in high school. It can be taxing; one kid I know now has CIS Chemistry, Poly Sci, and College Writing, plus two high school classes. (We only let excellent students take that load.) But right there are 11 college credits they will finish.
In addition, MN has Post-Secondary Educational Opportunities (PSEO), where excellent high school students can enroll at a college that accepts them, take classes, and it’s free. Some colleges won’t offer PSEO, and it might mean the kid misses out on the high school experience. It works for some.
While community college isn’t free in MN, it is a whole lot cheaper and some kids get their some of their generals out of the way at cc before going to a four-year school.
It can be super valuable, but it may be a problem as well. If a kid gets a poor grade, it’s on their college transcript. The kids have to be ready for the responsibility.
It’s called Dual Enrollment, students take 1/2 of their classes junior & senior years at the community college & the state (Michigan) pays for it.
We have Dual Enrollment in GA. So many students were taking advantage of it, we had to limit it to juniors and seniors. GA pays for all classes.
It’s a double edged sword. I have students that think dual enrollment is the best thing ever, and I’ve had an equal number who feel like it did damage to them and their education.
Our community colleges are free.
Awesome, and can students start while they're still in high school?
Duel enrollment. In Mass if you go to a community college for 2 years you then pretty much can get in to a state college - this path saves money.
I work at an Early College/Middle College high school. Our students begin taking college-level undergrad courses from the 9th grade. Many (80% or more) graduate with an AA degree (sometimes 2), STEM Certification, and their high school diploma. We are fully immersed on a community college campus. They are taking both college and high school classes mixed throughout the day. It's pretty awesome.
Students pay $14 a year (a total of $56 by the time they graduate) in student fees which gives them access to the college student union, various college resources and perks, including tutoring, scholarships, etc. And most of those fees can be waived if students don't want to take advantage of those resources. We provide them with all books and required materials, so no actual tuition and book fees for students.
It definitely isn't a standard "high school" experience and is not for everyone. They grow up fast and sometimes feel like they are missing out on being a teenager. There are many programs similar to ours throughout the US.
It sounds great, but I agree kids miss out on the whole teenager/high school experience. It’s not for everyone, with maturity needed the most. OTOH, I’ve had bright, motivated kids who were really poor use it to get as much college paid for as possible. They have talked in MN about kids getting an AA degree before graduation, but I think I’d rather see a program geared for the trades.
We have a deal that lets kids that graduate from our district go to local community colleges for free. And, if they are done with that, they have automatic acceptance to Irvine. CA has two years free, I believe, too.
We had a scholarship program for students. It was an essay competition with a prize for $1,000
I really wish we did. I know exactly how you feel. I try to do research on grants and inform my classes about them weekly