Free Speech on Campus and in Online Education

Please join us for a talk on Free Speech on Campus and in Online Education presented by the NSU Shepard Broad College of Law and the NSU Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice. Wednesday, February 3, 20216:00 p.m. The open webinar can be accessed here: https://www.nova.edu/alumni/events/index.html This free presentation and discussion will […]

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Moving Beyond Facebook, FTC order Probe of Social Media Sites over COPPA and other Advertising Practices

The FTC and the attorneys general across the nation have suddenly awakened to the ongoing monopoly issues driven by the monopoly power of Google and Facebook. Expanding on the actions already underway against Google, the FTC has now issued an investigative order under Section 6(b) of the FTC Act. The FTC is seeking information specifically […]

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Online Students Outperforming Early Predictions

Data gaps also highlight different outcomes for students depending on income and race A new study of MAP Growth testing for students in grades 3-8 have provided some promising suggestions that the effort to move schools online has not harmed development in reading or math education. A comprehensive study of national test data by NWEA show that […]

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