Using short clips in educational video – Entertainment Law Asked & Answered

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Suffolk Conference on Innovation and Technology in Clinical Legal Education

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The post Suffolk Conference on Innovation and Technology in Clinical Legal Education appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. Suffolk Law School is hosting a full-day conference on legal innovation and clinical pedagogy on April 9 in Boston.

EXCLUSIVE: These Are The Transgender Students Whom The Education Department Abandoned | HuffPost

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EXCLUSIVE: These Are The Transgender Students Whom The Education Department Abandoned | HuffPost

Opinion | We Don’t Need No Education - The New York Times

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And given the centrality of education to state and local budgets, that puts schoolteachers in the cross hairs. How, after all, can governments save money on education? Opinion | We Don’t Need No Education - The New York Times

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The Ugly Truth of Being a Black Professor in America - The Chronicle of Higher Education

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This is is a link to Professor Yancy's many books on Amazon.com The Ugly Truth of Being a Black Professor in America - The Chronicle of Higher Education

Kitrosser on Free Speech, Higher Education, and the PC Narrative @heidikitrosser

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Heidi Kitrosser, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, School of Law, has published Free Speech, Higher Education, and the PC Narrative at 101 Minnesota L.

The education of Donald Trump The White House remains on a collision course between the president's fixed habits and the demands of his new job. By JOSH DAWSEY , SHANE GOLDMACHER and ALEX ISENSTADT. The education of Donald Trump - POLITICO

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The education of Donald Trump - POLITICO

The Worthlessness of American Legal Education

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Legal Education Reform that I can Stand Behind

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Back in 2007, before it was all cool and shit to do so, I wrote “What is Wrong With Legal Education?” One of the worst things about legal education is the fact that any moron can walk into a shit law school, get [.]. legal education” Looking back on it, I think that it somewhat missed the mark.

The Graham Grulke Education Fund

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Please contribute what you can to the Graham Grulke Education Fund. Reblogged from The Trichordist: If you love SXSW, then Brent Grulke touched your life. I know he did ours. It all helps. Thank you

Thank you Brent Newton – American Legal Education is Worthless

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Legal Education Reform that I can Stand Behind

The Legal Satyricon

Back in 2007, before it was all cool and shit to do so, I wrote “What is Wrong With Legal Education?” One of the worst things about legal education is the fact that any moron can walk into a shit law school, get [.]. legal education” Looking back on it, I think that it somewhat missed the mark.

UK MP Ed Vaizey emphasizes arts education

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An excellent speech by UK MP Ed Vaizey "We remember the sheer joy a good cultural education can bring. Tags: arts education ed vaizey Learning how to create and enjoy art for art’s sake, if you will. I believe this is a vital part of growing into a happy, functional citizen in adult life.

FCC Renews Television Station Licenses after Challenges on the Educational Nature of Children’s Programming – With a Warning to Other Broadcasters

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In a decision released yesterday , the FCC renewed the licenses of three TV stations held by large broadcast groups, rejecting Petitions to Deny filed by a citizen’s organization arguing that the children’s educational and informational programming run by these stations was not sufficiently educational or informational to meet the requirement that stations run three hours per week of educational and informational programing.

Is Higher Education Overrated?

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This Time Magazine article makes a compelling case that it might be. Filed under: Academics.

Education, Education, Education-Op-Ed Columnist N.Y. Times

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Times Education, Education, Education By BOB HERBERT It’s an article of faith that the key to success in real estate is location, location, location. For young black boys looking ahead to a difficult walk in life, the mantra should be education, education, education. By far, the most important difference between these two very large groups has been educational attainment. March 5, 2007 Op-Ed Columnist N.Y.

Education, Education, Education-Op-Ed Columnist N.Y. Times

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Times Education, Education, Education By BOB HERBERT It’s an article of faith that the key to success in real estate is location, location, location. For young black boys looking ahead to a difficult walk in life, the mantra should be education, education, education. By far, the most important difference between these two very large groups has been educational attainment. March 5, 2007 Op-Ed Columnist N.Y.

'Brainwashing': Hollywood Educational Program for Grade-Schoolers Under Fire

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A partnership between ISPs, the MPAA and RIAA will "introduce age-appropriate (non-legal) concepts of sharing and ownership," like illegally downloading movies because "taking without asking is mean." read more. Culture THR, Esq. THR Weekly Magazine

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All In : What a Trump U education buys you

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Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news , world news , and news about the economy All In : What a Trump U education buys you

All In : What a Trump U education buys you

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Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news , world news , and news about the economy All In : What a Trump U education buys you

$90,000 Payment to FCC by TV Owner for Claiming Reruns of One-Time Programs as Meeting “CORE” Children’s Educational and Informational Programming Requirement

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On Friday, the FCC announced a consent decree for violations of the requirements that TV stations provide at least three weekly hours of CORE programming addressing the educational and informational needs of children. Children's Programming and Advertising FCC Fines License Renewal Low Power Television/Class A TV Television core children's program educational and informational childrens programs FCC Form 398

Two New Podcasts: Facial Recognition and Equal Education

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The post Two New Podcasts: Facial Recognition and Equal Education appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites. I’m a bit behind in plugging my own podcast here. Here are the two most-recent episodes of Lawyer2Lawyer. Facial Recognition Technology: Security vs. Privacy Concerns. My cohost J. Craig Williams looks at how facial-recognition technology threatens security and privacy.

Sony Pictures Classics Nabs An Education

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Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North American and Latin American rights for under $4 million to Lone Scherfig's An Education after a heated bidding war. Tags: Sundance An Education Carey Mulligan Lone Scherfig Peter Sarsgaard Sony Pictures Classics

Trump is the most poorly educated President in my lifetime and President Truman did not have a college education. He repeats a historical myth that if true would be a war crime committed during a American war colonizing the Philippines.

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Sixty years after 'Brown v. Board of Education,' the fight goes on | MSNBC

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Board of Education,'' the fight goes on | MSNBC Sixty years after ''Brown v.

American legal education – scientifically proven to be worthless, law professors jam heads up asses in response

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I have written previously on the Worthlessness of American Legal Education. Tags: imbeciles law practice legal education That ruffled a few feathers among legal academics who didn’t like being called a “circle jerk.&# In response to that critique, legal academics decided to disband the circle jerk and actually focus on practical training of lawyers in both business, law, and [.].

A New Legal Educator Blog Census

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Colin Miller has posted a new Legal Educator Blog Census here (A-L), here (M-Z), here (alphabetical list), and here (statistics

Wisconsin DA threatens charges over sex education

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DeVoy The District Attorney for Juneau County, Wisconsin, has threatened to bring charges against teachers who inform students of reproductive options other than abstinence. Scott Southworth – whom you can contact here – wrote a letter to Juneau County’s teachers, warning them of the consequences for following a law requiring them to discuss condoms [.].

Judge Is Told About the Educational Value of a Gawker Internship

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In a bid to beat a class action lawsuit, Gawker highlights what its former interns actually produced. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Business THR Online

Lawsuit: Film School Misrepresents Hollywood Connections, Underserves Educational Needs

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A former student of the New York Film Academy alleges the school knows that it couldn''t provide him the resources needed to graduate read more. Movies THR Online THR, Esq. Business

Time to Think About Abolishing Public Education?

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But, if this video is accurate (and the CATO Institute usually is) then it costs just as much to educate a student at the Anacostia school for future dropouts as it does to send a kid to Sidwell-Friends. Probably not. If that’s the case, maybe those “voucher people&# aren’t so crazy after all. [.].

$17,500 Settlement by TV Broadcaster for Not Identifying Educational and Informational Children’s Programming – Reminder that the FCC is Still in the Enforcement Business

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The FCC announced a Consent Decree with a New Jersey TV station where the licensee agreed to make a $17,500 payment to the US Treasury for failing to identify “core” educational and informational programming directed to children with the required “E/I” symbol on the programming itself. The Commission also noted that the station had not adequately informed publishers of program guides about these educational and informational programs.

Chronicle of Higher Education Issue Focuses On Copyright

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In this week's issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education, "The Copyright Rebellion: A Special Report." The issue includes two articles by Marc Parry, "Supreme Court Takes Up Scholars Rights," and "Out of Fear, Colleges Lock Books and Images Away

FCC Adds More DTV Consumer Education Requirements

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On Friday, the FCC released its further Report and Order addressing the termination of analog service between now and June 12th, and revising the current DTV Consumer Education Requirements. Despite the apparent success of the February 17th turn-off of approximately one-third of the analog television stations in the country, the FCC has now ratcheted up the DTV Consumer Education requirements at the eleventh hour.

FCC Adds More DTV Consumer Education Requirements

Broadcast Law Blog

On Friday, the FCC released its further Report and Order addressing the termination of analog service between now and June 12th, and revising the current DTV Consumer Education Requirements. Despite the apparent success of the February 17th turn-off of approximately one-third of the analog television stations in the country, the FCC has now ratcheted up the DTV Consumer Education requirements at the eleventh hour.

Melissa Harris-Perry: Dear Tenn. lawmakers, encourage education policy that supports, not shames

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lawmakers, encourage education policy that supports, not shames : "" (Via Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news , world news , and news about the economy Melissa Harris-Perry: Dear Tenn.

Texas State Board of Education Members Get Their Bill Martins Mixed Up

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From the Chronicle of Higher Education, news that a member of the Texas State Board of Education asked that a book by "Bill Martin" be banned from the third grade social studies curriculum because it promulgated "very strong critiques of

Critiquing The “Free Culture” Book Report or “The Copyright Education of Mr. Khanna”

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But while you’re waiting for that line to form, give a read of Mr. Cleland’s The Copyright Education of Mr. Khanna.

EFF Looking To Educate On Copyright Issues

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By Eriq Gardner The Electronic Frontier Foundation has launched two interesting initiatives in the past week. The first is a program called "Teaching Copyright" meant to invite "discussion about how creativity is enabled by new technologies, what digital rights and.

Law School Career Counseling

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[[link] Filed under: legal education. legal education

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