But he said only time will tell whether a city agency flying a drone might be brought to court for infringing on someone’s privacy rights. A drone surveying treetops, for example, could snap a photo of someone who isn’t doing anything criminal but doesn’t want to be seen at that moment, he said. … [Read more...] about Pending SF policy could let city agencies launch drones
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5.Vassar College – This most expensive college of the United States is situated in the Hudson Valley. This college is one of a kind when it comes to college cost as it provides the students with wireless internet connection throughout the campus. The college expenses for the fee structure is that of ,030 which is charged annually. It is one of the top colleges as it is keep students bright with their facilities. … [Read more...] about Most Expensive Colleges In The U.S.
One 42-year-old ethnic Korean woman from China has lived with a family in Hannam-dong since September as a maid-cum-babysitter. She was a music teacher in a middle school in Harbin, and after coming to Korea in 2002, she worked as a Chinese teacher at an institute in Jongno. As revenues dwindled because there were too many Chinese teachers, she became a live-in babysitter at the recommendation of an acquaintance. She came to Korea to pay for her 13-year-old daughter's education in China. "I know it seems strange in Korea for a college graduate to become a babysitter. But I earn twice as much as other Chinese babysitters since I can teach Chinese as well," she said. In addition, it is also an advantage to live in the employer's home since housing prices are very high in Seoul. … [Read more...] about Wanted: Chinese Graduates to Babysit Children
Sara Goldrick-Rab, professor of higher-education policy at Temple University and the lead author of the report, said that while the rising costs of higher education affects all those in college, it is the increasing number of students from lower-income families who will suffer the knock-on effects. … [Read more...] about Are Students Starving? Study Finds Widespread Hunger in U.S. Colleges
Baltimore Mayor Jack Young testified that the Kirwan report is so important because too many young people with poor education end up dead on the city’s streets. But Young said the amount that Baltimore would have to pay — calculated at $340 million annually —“is simply beyond our current capacity,” Young testified. … [Read more...] about Maryland legislators begin hearing education legislation