It's not because they are non-white racial groups, but that poverty and other social problems are so over-represented in those groups. This seems to have two effects, low parental participation (engagement in-school and engagement in homework, reading, and other similar learning reinforcement) as well kids who bring their at-home social problems with them to school.
This leaves teachers and schools struggling with a whole bunch of social welfare problems schools are ill-equipped and funded to handle as well forcing teachers to devote a lot of time on remedial learning, which hurts the educational opportunities for the kids who are more or less in the median.
And I think it drives well-meaning school officials into a hopeless struggle to close the "achievement gap" which is in actuality trying to solve the much larger social welfare problems. They end up dysfunctional from fighting problems of scale which greatly exceed their resources.
It looks to me like CarPlay exploits the iPhone (and iPad, AFAIK) ability to use an HDMI display as a second monitor rather than an in-dash computing device on its own. When plugged into the CarPlay interface, the home screen gets output to the in-dash display and switches to a dumbed-down, big-icon interface that only displays apps with CarPlay approved display/interfaces.
CarPlay hardware is probably just a custom Lightning HDMI dongle (more or less) that handles video and touch input, meaning that it probably will have an Android analog that somehow works with Android HDMI output. I'm not enough of an Android user to know if Android HDMI output works similarly as a "second" display the way iOS does or not or if Android has an external touch capability the way CarPlay apparently does.
I could be totally wrong about all this, but I can't see carmakers buying into iOS and Apple's control enough to actually let them own the infotainment system down to hardware & software or it being at all practical to actually have iOS run in the dash.
It's also reasonable to believe she just forgot all about passwords and such or figured they would just call Apple and all of that would be fixed right up.
Following the law literally and blindly is not a good idea.
I couldn't disagree more. I don't give a whit about intention - I care about what's actually written. I think most programmers should be familiar with this concept.
The alternative is a completely, utterly unjust world where laws are fluid and impossible to comply with because there's a difference between their wording and their meanings. If the law says "it shall be illegal to do X" and I don't do X, then I should not have broken that law. I can't imagine living in a society that said "well, you didn't technically do X, but we don't like you anyway so it's off to jail".
Only sometimes. If you want employees to be available for teleconferencing, or prefer for them to be under the same legal system the offshore outsourcing doesn't work out at all.
Given that it has actually happened (Gaines burgers, actually) it isn't even a slight exaggeration. If that makes you feel just a tiny bit sick, GOOD.
But hey, if they're keeping Paris from enjouing that 3rd summer yacht, just send 'em all for a nice shower and call it done eh? If they wanted to actually matter like human beings they should have had the sense to be born rich. (OK, so THAT might have been a bit of an exaggeration).
Perhaps we should look into that stop blowing up brown people again.
Age is a fairly poor proxy for the metrics that would actually matter, but is far more easily determined.
Actually, only a literal interpretation of the Bible conflicts with science. If you read it as metaphor trying to give the gist of things to people who had not yet developed arithmetic, it works reasonably well.
Meanwhile, with no way to prove or disprove God, science really doesn't have anything to say about the subject. For that reason, it must not (and does not) admit God as an explanation of anything.
In this case, they will have several questions marked wrong/unanswered automatically because they didn't get a chance to answer them. That disadvantages them compared to students who were presented with the questions.
I thought they just used "Dirty Laundry" as their guidebook these days.
I am sure they don't see much of the offloaded offshore profits.
So what does Ireland gain - other than may be few employees manning a registered office and may be a miniscule percent of the funds?
Is it a case of something is better than nothing?
I think there are those moments in normal life where you gain an understanding of something and you are struck by the profound nature of whatever truth it is you discover, sort of a breakthrough moment. These moments are fleeting and not usually common occurrences.
I think part of what LSD does is to stimulate the brain in a way that makes more ideas seem like they provide a profound understanding or meaning.
I think a lot of terminally ill people probably suffer from a lot of confusion and fear because they know they are dying and it is tied to a lot of emotions like fear and anger and confusion. When they talk about these things with a therapist on LSD they probably are able to have the experience of a profound understanding and meaning about their illness and dying.
A lot of the early experimentation with LSD often involved someone who served as a "guide" -- quite often someone with a background in psychology, and I think those people often prompted a lot of discussion that enhanced this.
I know in college we used to wander around campus and really be taken in by the details of architecture on campus buildings. I can remember being in a small, man-made concrete "amphitheater" and if you stood at the focal point of its shape you would hear a kind of perfect echo. Suddenly mathematics and architecture became unified in some kind of perfect synergy that was quite profound at the time. Later, of course, it was just a kind of ugly, modernist college campus landscape feature that nobody ever used for its theater-like purpose.
Everyone knows that and handles it about the same way.
When you hear a honk and see a speeding truck about 3 feet from you, you'll wet your pants like everyone else.