We have a question from a concerned reader, Thomas, who asked if an infected person coughs or sneezed onto a handrail or an item, how long will the virus survive on this surface. At 6°C the infectious particles can stay on the surface for a 100 hours. Whereas at 30°C,… Continue Reading Live Q&A with infectious diseases expert | THE BIG STORY | The Straits Times

The Media (The Vietnam War) The Vietnam War is often referred to as the first “television war.” Media coverage showed the American public the reality of a foreign war, detached from the government’s optimistic depiction uncensored on their televisions at home. During the 1960’s, there was a huge increase in… Continue Reading The Media (The Vietnam War)

I found it really quite odd that in the 2016 presidential election there’s been very little talk about K-12 education even though there are over 50 million people in our society that are affected by the decisions made by policymakers regarding public education. And I think what happens, what we’ve… Continue Reading Why Haven’t US Schools Changed in 150 years? Media and Political Neglect, says Nikhil Goyal

UNDERAGE DRINKING IS COMING UNDER FIRE. THAT’S BECAUSE IT INCLUDES A POLL GIVING AREA SCHOOLS A PARTYING STEREOTYPE. KAKE’S MONICA CASTRO WAS IN ANDOVER TODAY AND TALKED TO STUDENTS ABOUT THE ARTICLE MAKING WAVES. HERE’S A PRINT OUT COPY OF THE ARTICLE… IN IT, IT LABELS SCHOOLS AND THEIR PARTYING… Continue Reading School Newspaper Controversy

 A five-year-old went into school with a bag of heroin and told his teachers he becomes a superhero when he takes it, it’s claimed  On Thursday police officers were called to H.B. Lawrence Elementary School in Massachusetts, US, to reports a child had brought a powdery substance to school  The… Continue Reading Dad arrested after son, 5, “told teachers heroin turned him into a superhero” – Today News

The ICO helps you meet your information rights obligations keeping personal information private and being open with public information. This presentation is targeted towards good practice for schools. The data protection principles. The Data Protection Act says that personal information must be: processed fairly and lawfully; obtained only for lawful… Continue Reading ICO information rights video for schools

[Background music] So do you remember a time when information technology seemed like a totally separate subject from the rest of student learning? How long ago was that? If you think about today’s world and the knowledge, skills, and habits that students need to be college and career ready, aren’t… Continue Reading WI’s Information and Technology Literacy Standards

Good day everyone and welcome to the Microsoft Education channel, where we share ideas, think out loud, connect and support passionate educators to empower the students of today to create the world of tomorrow. As a subscriber, you’ll enjoy an amazing array of videos, covering the very latest in innovations,… Continue Reading Welcome to the Microsoft Education Channel!