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  2. Google Classroom - Wikipedia

    Google Classroom is a free blended learning platform developed by Google for educational institutions that aims to simplify creating, distributing, and grading assignments. The primary purpose of Google Classroom is to streamline the process of sharing files between teachers and students. [3]

  3. Aberdeen's multimillion-dollar Gateway Center project suspended

    Aug. 3—The Gateway Center project will have to wait. Despite $7 million committed to the roughly $14.9 million project, the Aberdeen City Council voted to "suspend all activity," regarding the...

  4. Google now lets you request the removal of search results ...

    The new feature has only rolled out to a limited number of users in the US and Europe, 9to5Google notes (I've yet to see it in France and I'm in the Google app beta).

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    If you experience any issues with redeeming or using your Code, please call 1-888-745-6989 to get help. A monthly $50 credit from can be activated for certain AOL Advantage plans. This benefit may be activated for one username per eligible account and can't be transferred to another username on the account.

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  7. Tentative deal reached to end Seattle teachers strike

    Seattle Public Schools said late Monday it had reached a tentative agreement with the union for teachers who went on strike last week over issues like pay and classroom support. Earlier Monday the ...

  8. Seattle teacher strike persists, no classes Monday

    September 12, 2022, 6:50 AM SEATTLE (AP) — Students in Seattle on Monday will miss a fourth day of school as teachers strike over pay and classroom support. The school district Sunday afternoon...

  9. Google’s $4B Fine May Threaten Web3 Protocols, Legal Expert Says

    Arsenis Spyros. A European Union (EU) court judgment issued Wednesday didn’t just uphold one of the world’s biggest-ever antitrust fines, but it also carries a warning for developers of future ...