Today’s Solutions: May 22, 2024

Teaching & Learning

Education propels change. Stay up to date on the latest educational developments near you and around the world from preschool to post-grad. Here, you'll find out why equitable quality education is essential for fostering healthy and resilient societies.

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The surprising compatibility of co-CEOs from different generations

At the heart of The Harris Poll is an unorthodox leadership team that defies generational assumptions. Will Johnson, who straddles the millennial and Gen X generations, teams up with seasoned CEO John Gerzema, a baby boomer with two decades of expertise. Together, they navigate the obstacles of Read More...

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Celebrating International Women's Day: this year's theme and transformative solutions

International Women's Day, observed on March 8 every year, has a rich history that dates back over a century. The origins of this day are disputed, with some claiming it started with socialist women and textile workers in New York in 1909 or was proposed as a global holiday by anti-fascist and Read More...

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Restitution of Asante Kingdom treasures: US museum returns stolen artifacts after 150 years

In a historic event, the Asante kingdom of Ghana welcomed the return of seven royal treasures seized by British colonial forces 150 years ago and kept at the Fowler Museum at the University of California, Los Angeles since the 1960s. This is a significant development in the ongoing global campaign Read More...

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Why culturally diverse datasets are critical for training AI

In the constantly evolving field of artificial intelligence, the demand to embrace cultural diversity in training datasets is more than a suggestion; it is a global need. A new study by the University of Copenhagen and AI start-up Anthropic revealed a startling reality: Large Language Models (LLMs) Read More...

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Fearless hearts: more than 50 Taylor Swift songs are perfect for life-saving CPR

In a remarkable marriage of pop culture and medical science, Monash University's Victorian Heart Institute researchers revealed that over 50 Taylor Swift songs have the perfect beats per minute (bpm) for efficient chest compressions during CPR. This Fearless initiative seeks to turn Swift's songs Read More...

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Top 5 Martin Luther King Jr. speeches that aren't "I Have a Dream”

Martin Luther King Jr.'s impact on the Civil Rights Movement extended beyond his well-known "I Have a Dream" speech. According to Jason Miller, an English professor at North Carolina State University, King's oratory was his most significant contribution, serving as a medium for transformation. As Read More...

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Nurturing young minds with mindfulness at Sullivan Elementary

Students at Tampa Bay, Florida's Patricia J. Sullivan Partnership Elementary School participate in a unique morning ritual that sets the tone for the rest of the day. Principal Dave McMeen highlights the value of self-control over a breakfast of apple strudel, fruit juice, banana, and milk, making Read More...

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Somalia's first-ever women-led current affairs TV program shakes things up for the better

Somalia is preparing to launch its first-ever current affairs TV show led by women. The pioneering show, created by Bilan, the country's only all-female media team, represents a dramatic shift in a male-dominated media sector. Pushing boundaries on Somali airwaves Bilan, founded in 2022 with Read More...

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AI deciphers chicken language for a happier flock

Have you ever wondered what the chickens are talking about? Chickens are excellent communicators, with their clucks, squawks, and purrs forming a complicated linguistic system. These sounds are their way of engaging with the world and communicating delight, fear, and social cues to one another, Read More...

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Embrace the learning curve: how to get through the 'I suck at this and want to quit' phase

Amid the bustle of New Year's resolutions, as you embark on a new workout program or dive into a novel activity, remember this: "New year, new you" does not mean a complete overhaul. You're still the same wonderful person stepping into something new. Allow yourself the grace to maintain your worth Read More...