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Matt Demczyk (WHBC) COLUMBUS (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced this afternoon that he has tested positive for COVID-19. The Governor says as of now, has no symptoms. As a part of the standard protocol to greet President Donald Trump on the tarmac at Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland, DeWine was …

What we hear in this international conversation is that “reimagining” really means adding more and more education technology into schooling, kids spending more or virtually all of their learning time on screens with programs supposedly individualized for each student. This post, by renowned master educator Andy Hargreaves, looks at the issue and explains what students …

Figures showing California has slowed the rate of coronavirus infections may be in doubt because a technical problem has delayed reporting of test results, the state’s top health official said. For days, California hasn’t received full counts on the number of tests conducted nor the number that come back positive for COVID-19, Health and Human …

The memo, which was sent to clubs Wednesday, cites the Miami Marlins’ outbreak. “MLB investigators have now conducted a thorough investigation of the factors contributing to the spread of the virus within the Marlins traveling party, and our decision to revise the protocols … is based on many of the things that we learned,” the …

By Matt Kasper, director of sales for U.S. Cellular in New England In the initial chaos of COVID-19, everyone had to adjust quickly to new ways of interacting with technology. The pandemic impacted every area of life from work, leisure and community involvement to parenting and school. The learning curve may have seemed steep at …

Craig By Darren A. Craig and Jennifer A. Rulon The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged and changed how lawyers do business. Although law firms were considered essential businesses by Indiana’s stay-at-home orders, most lawyers responsibly transitioned their practices to remote working arrangements. This article focuses on how litigators used — and continue to use — technology …

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres warned Tuesday that the world faces a “generational catastrophe” because so many schools have been closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. “The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the largest disruption of education ever,” the U.N. chief said. One billion students were left without classrooms when schools were closed in …

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Tonight, the Duval County School Board will meet to vote on the technology needed to successfully operate Duval Homeroom (distance learning), as well as their overall technology plan. They’re also going to vote on the purchase of an antimicrobial surface protectant and hiring people to help them assemble all of the desk …

SAN MATEO COUNTY (CBS SF) – Fines for violating health orders to stop the spread of COVID-19 could be coming to the Peninsula, as San Mateo County may become the latest in the Bay Area to impose penalties. San Mateo County Supervisor David Canepa told KPIX 5 that he’s proposing fines for people who don’t …

Image caption Samples could be collected from specific points in the national network of wastewater-treatment plants Sewage testing is being conducted across England in a bid to develop wastewater-based Covid-19 surveillance. Scientists discovered early in the pandemic that infected people “shed” the virus in their faeces. Further research concluded that wastewater sampling could provide a …