#parent | #kids | Nonprogrammers are building more of the world’s software – a computer scientist explains ‘no-code’

(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) (THE CONVERSATION) Traditional computer programming has a steep learning curve that requires learning a programming language, for example C/C++, Java or Python, just to build a simple application such as a calculator or Tic-tac-toe…

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Three Pittsburgh Public Schools closed due to positive COVID-19 cases – WPXI | #coronavirus | #kids. | #children | #schools

PITTSBURGH — Three schools in the Pittsburgh Public School District are transitioning to synchronous remote instruction for the remainder of the week due to rising COVID-19 case numbers. According to press releases from the school district, Pittsburgh Lincoln, Pittsburgh Phillips and Pittsburgh Miller will be closed for the remainder of…

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#childsafety | “Are you kidding?”: Jeremy Vine calls out much-criticised police advice to cyclists; Relieved RideLondon cyclists celebrate no 22mph safety car; Giro stage 11; Pre-race trampolining; Dowsett called on for Ironman record; Room 101 + more on the live blog

Introducing the latest police Twitter account to put their foot in it in three, two, one… Many cyclists can exceed urban speed limits, yet brakes on pedal cycles can be weak. Think, if a child or elderly person were to unexpectedly step into your path, could you stop in time?…

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Three Pittsburgh Public Schools closed due to positive COVID-19 cases – WPXI | #coronavirus | #kids. | #children | #schools

PITTSBURGH — Three schools in the Pittsburgh Public School District are transitioning to synchronous remote instruction for the remainder of the week due to rising COVID-19 case numbers. According to press releases from the school district, Pittsburgh Lincoln, Pittsburgh Phillips and Pittsburgh Miller will be closed for the remainder of…

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#minorsextrafficking | HB 276 passed the Ohio House, but it could endanger LGBTQ+ Ohioans

As one anti-LGBTQ+ Ohio bill has a hearing this week and another made national headlines without even been assigned a committee, a third piece of legislation set to disproportionately harm LGBTQ+ people quietly passed the Ohio House of Representatives recently.On March 30, House Bill 276—dubbed the “prohibit receiving proceeds of prostitution bill”—passed by a…

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