The Earth is old. Real old. Sometimes it is hard to truly grasp just how old it is compared to human lifespans, but if we say time represented in a century is the same as the length of a football field (100 yards or 91 meters), then all of Earth’s history would get us to the Moon and back over five times! So, when Earth scientists talk about the oldest
MIAMI, Nov. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Solis Health Plans is pleased to announce the Florida Medicare Advantage plan now offers in-network coverage with the prestigious University of Miami Health System. Effective November 1, 2020, in-network coverage also includes cancer care with specialists at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center and vision care with the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute.
“We are excited to bring our members in-network access to
BEIJING, Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Ambow Education Holding Ltd. (“Ambow” or the “Company”) (NYSE American: AMBO), a leading national provider of educational and career enhancement services in China, today announced that it has been awarded a national patent for its self-developed AI Panorama Digital Teaching System (“Panorama System” or the “System”).
The Panorama System creates an immersive hybrid classroom model capable of integrating multiple cloud-based terminals with
Our instruction manual for combating COVID-19 started with blank pages. We’ve slowly filled them with notes and studies and gradually applied them to rules of practical living, along with government recommended standard practices. But those “notes” are in pencil, with many erasures and cross-outs.
We’ve learned conclusively that this virus holds only minor consequences for school-age children. This should lead us to prudently normalize the school setting as soon and
The College Board is rolling out a new system that assigns test-takers a score based on the environment they grew up in.
One of the largest and most prestigious university systems in the country made a landmark decision on Thursday, reshaping its admissions process by ditching standardized testing.
The University of California Board of Regents unanimously voted to suspend the SAT and ACT testing requirements for freshman