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Working with rural tribal communities in the southwestern US state of New Mexico, Kimball Sekaquaptewa knows more than most about the challenges of remote schooling.
Ever feel like your employer is bringing in new software for the express purpose of driving you so crazy you’ll quit? You’re probably not alone.
Since the lockdown introduced in January, the CatBytes group in Lewisham in southeast London has seen demand from local schools constantly outstrip supply.
The head of the Tokyo Olympic Organising Committee resisted calls for his resignation after igniting an uproar by saying women talk too much in meetings.
With millions forced to work and learn from home, Covid-19 has laid bare the digital divide across the country, with technological inequality disproportionately affecting poor and minority communities.
Mobile phone ban ordered for schools in China to improve students’ focus on study and fight addiction to the Internet and games
Ministry of Education says students need written permission to take their mobile phones to school, and must hand them over during class time. Schools are urged to install pay phones and teachers are told not to assign homework using mobile phones. The ban appears to have broad support.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's interior minister on Tuesday condemned protesters at a top Istanbul university as "LGBT deviants" in a statement which Twitter deemed as hateful conduct.
Internet users across the northeast US experienced widespread outages for several hours on Jan 26, interrupting work and school because of an unspecified Verizon network issue.
For investors who’d been waiting months to catch a glimpse of Jack Ma, the entrepreneur’s participation in a livestreamed video conference on Wednesday was enough to trigger a US$58bil (RM233.76bil) sigh of relief. That’s how much Alibaba Group Holding Ltd’s market value soared after a clip of Ma speaking to a group of teachers began circulating online – his first public comments since disappearing from view late last year.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma delivers video speech to China’s rural teachers in first public appearance in three months
Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba, makes his first public appearance after nearly three months of being out of public view. Ma told teachers that he has been ‘learning and thinking’, according to a report published by an official local news service.