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Killexams : SRSU to begin offering online teacher certification

Aug. 9—ALPINE — Starting with the fall 2022 semester, Sul Ross State University announced via press release that it will begin offering teacher certifications in a fully online format for those who already have a bachelor's degree.

Students can be certified in either Early Childhood through 12th grade or seventh grade through 12th grade.

According to Dr. Barbara Tucker, the dean of the College of Education and Professional Studies, students can finish their coursework in one year, plus one semester for the final internship, or what is commonly known as student teaching.

"This is an exciting development for Sul Ross State and for anyone who wants to be certified to teach and join the profession, right from their own home, wherever that may be in Texas," Tucker stated in the press release.

The cost is $1,000 per course and there are two available options, both beginning in summer or fall.

The first option is for a post baccalaureate certification only track with six total courses.

The second option is for a Master of Education degree with a teacher certification specialization and 11 total courses.

"This is a two-for-one program," Tucker stated in the press release. "Students earn both a master's degree and teacher certification."

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Killexams : US signs off on 800,000 more doses of monkeypox vaccine

The United States health regulators okayed the distribution of nearly 800,000 doses of the monkeypox vaccine. The announcement comes amid growing criticism that authorities have been too slow in deploying the vaccine, potentially missing the window to contain what could soon become an entrenched infectious disease.

Nearly two weeks ago, the Food and Drug Administration said it had finished the necessary inspections at Bavarian Nordic's facility in Denmark, where the company fills vials of the vaccine. The FDA said via Twitter on Wednesday that the certification had been finalized. The doses are already in the U.S. “so that they would be ready to be distributed once the manufacturing changes were approved,” the agency said.

The U.S. already has sent more than 310,000 doses of the Jynneos vaccine to state and local health departments. But clinics in San Francisco, New York and other major cities say they still don't have enough shots to meet demand.

The head of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said Wednesday officials would announce more allocations on Thursday.

The monkeypox virus mainly spreads through skin-on-skin contact, but it can also transmit through touching linens used by someone with the infection. The vast majority of cases reported have been in men who have sex with men, though health officials have stressed that anyone can catch the virus.

People with monkeypox may experience fever, body aches, chills and fatigue. Many in the outbreak have developed zit-like bumps on many parts of the body.

The sluggish federal response has drawn comparisons to the initial days of the COVID-19 outbreak, but experts had pointed out that the U.S. had one huge advantage: more than 1 million doses of vaccine in the strategic national stockpile.

But it turned out U.S. officials had only about 2,000 doses on hand when the outbreak was first identified in May. Shipping and regulatory delays have meant only a portion of the rest were deployed.

“There's not enough doses,” said Dr. Perry Halkitis of Rutgers University. “I think with some quicker action on part of federal government we might not be in the situation we are now.”

The doses previously shipped came from a separate facility in Denmark that already had FDA clearance. Another 786,000 doses made at a newly opened Bavarian Nordic facility were awaiting the U.S. certification announced Wednesday.

The FDA requires inspections of all vaccine manufacturing plants to assure safety, sterility and consistency of production. U.S. officials announced orders this month for 5 million more doses, though most of those are not expected to arrive until next year

Officials have recommended the shots be given to people who know or suspect they were exposed to monkeypox in the previous two weeks.

The Jynneos vaccine has never been widely used in response to an outbreak like this, and the government will track how well it's working.

Also Read: Monkeypox FAQs: Are tests available for diagnosis? Is the viral disease serious and fatal?

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Wed, 27 Jul 2022 06:27:00 -0500 en text/html
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External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will travel to the Uzbek capital Tashkent on a two-day visit beginning Thursday to attend a foreign ministerial conclave of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and their Pakistani counterpart Bilawal Bhutto are also expected to attend the SCO meet.

It is expected that Jaishankar will have bilateral meetings with some of his counterparts from the SCO nations including Wang and Lavrov.

Announcing Jaishankar's visit, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said the SCO foreign ministers' meeting will deliberate on the SCO summit in September scheduled for September 15-16 in Samarkand.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to travel to Uzbekistan to attend the summit.

"External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will visit Uzbekistan on July 28-29 at the invitation of Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan Vladimir Norov to take part in the meeting of the SCO Council of Foreign Ministers," the MEA said in a statement.

"The meeting will discuss preparations for the upcoming meeting of the Council of Heads of State on September 15-16 in Samarkand," it said.

The MEA said the foreign ministers will review ongoing cooperation in the expansion of the SCO and exchange ideas on regional and global developments of common concern.


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Killexams : Jaishankar meets Shanghai Cooperation Organization counterparts, insists on success of Samarkand Summit External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar on Friday met with his Shanghai Cooperation Organization counterparts and insisted on the success of the Samarkand Summit.

He also highlighted that the world faces an energy and food crisis due to disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic and Ukraine conflict.

"Participated in the SCO Foreign Ministers' Meeting at Tashkent. Highlighted that the world faces an energy and food crisis due to disruptions from the Covid pandemic and Ukraine conflict. This needs to be urgently addressed," tweeted Jaishankar.

Speaking about the upcoming SCO summit in the Uzbek city of Samarkand in September, he said that India will deliver the fullest support for the success of the Samarkand Summit.

"Today's meeting of Foreign Ministers was very useful in preparing for the Samarkand summit, tweeted Jaishankar.

Uzbekistan, the current chair of the organization, will host the annual summit in the city of Samarkand on September 15-16. The meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the SCO member states is currently underway in the Uzbek capital of Tashkent.

Jaishankar is in Tashkent at the invitation of Uzbekistan Acting Foreign Minister Vladimir Norov to take part in the meeting of the SCO Council of Foreign Ministers.

Apart from India, the Foreign Ministers of China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan also participated. The meeting discussed the preparations for the forthcoming SCO Summit of Heads of State scheduled to be held in Samarkand on 15-16 September 2022 and witnessed a dialogue on international and regional issues, read the Ministry of External Affairs press release.

EAM also held bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the SCO FMM with counterparts from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan and with the Secretary General of the SCO.

"A useful conversation on the evolving regional situation with FM Sirojiddin Muhriddin of Tajikistan. Our long-standing cooperation encourages us to have open exchange of views," tweeted Jaishankar.

He also met Secretary-General of the SCO Zhang Ming and said that Indian continues to bring more ideas and initiatives to strengthen cooperation amongst SCO countries. He added that the Indian Presidency next year will deliver a renewed thrust to these efforts.

"A good conversation with FM of Kyrgyzstan Jeenbek Kulubaev on SCO sidelines. Discussed our bilateral partnership in political, development cooperation, education, connectivity and pharma," tweeted Jaishankar.

EAM also called on Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev along with SCO colleagues this morning.

"Conveyed the personal greetings of PM @narendramodi. Appreciated the momentum generated by Uzbek Presidency in fields of security, economy, trade, connectivity and culture," tweeted Jaishankar.

He also met Vladimir Norov, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan and discussed connectivity challenges that can be addressed through regional collaboration.

"Glad to meet gracious host Vladimir Norov, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan. Took stock of our bilateral cooperation, especially development partnership. Spoke about connectivity challenges to be addressed through regional collaboration," tweeted the EAM.

Meanwhile, Jaishankar also reiterated India's position on Afghanistan and underlined the potential of Chabahar port for SCO's economic future.

"Reiterated India's position on Afghanistan and highlighted our humanitarian support: wheat, medicines, vaccines and clothing. Underlined the potential of Chabahar port for SCO's economic future," tweeted Jaishankar.

He also talked about the economic progress in India, stressing the relevance of startups and innovation.

He stressed cooperation in traditional medicine which is in the common interest of SCO members.

The SCO is an international organization founded in 2001 by China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Russia and Uzbekistan.

The SCO's observer countries include Afghanistan, Belarus, Iran and Mongolia, while partner countries are Armenia, Azerbaijan, Cambodia, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Turkey.

At the summit in Dushanbe in September 2021, the SCO launched the procedure for admitting Iran to the organization and granting dialogue partner status to Egypt, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

Earlier this month, Belarus submitted its application to join the SCO. SCO Secretary-General Zhang Ming confirmed the receipt of Belarus' application and said that the organization stands ready to begin all necessary legal procedures. (ANI)

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Meta news: Meta on Tuesday revealed it is extending its third-party fact-checking programme in India to include NewsMeter, which is a fact checker focused on the southern states of the country.

The programme will now allow for more accuracy and bolster its fact checking capabilities in regional Indian languages including Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada, and Tamil, the company said in a statement.

Including this partnership, Meta will have 11 fact-checking partners in India, making it the country with the most number of third party fact checking partners globally.

Meta has worked globally with over 80 fact-checking partners that review and rate content in over 60 languages. All of its fact checking partners have been certified through the independent, non-partisan International Fact-Checking Network.

“We are committed to combating the spread of misinformation and have built the largest global fact-checking network,” said Manish Chopra, Director, and Head of Partnerships, India at Meta, in a statement. “The partnership with NewsMeter is an important step in enabling us to curb misinformation in regional Indian languages across Facebook and Instagram.”

Meta claims that whenever a piece of content is detected false, altered or partially false, the company reduces its distribution so that fewer people see it.

The fact-checker also notifies users who try to share the content or those who previously shared it, that the information was checked by a fact-checker. A warning label is also added to the content with links to the fact-checker’s article to provide more information about the claim.

Meta has also partnered with the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) to help tackle the issue of misinformation online, to fund a fact-checking news fellowship programme designed exclusively for Indian news organisations.

(With IANS inputs)

Also Read: Meta to shut down 'Tuned'- social app for couples- But why?

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Mon, 25 Jul 2022 23:33:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Why Michael Keaton Hasn’t Watched Any ‘Batman’ Movies Through the Years

The last time Michael Keaton put on the Batman suit was in 1992 for the “Batman” sequel, “Batman Returns.” Now, 30 years later, he’s returning as the Caped Crusader for “The Flash,” something he said he’d never do unless there was a real reason to do so.

It turns out, the reason is not a complicated one. “It seemed like fun,” Keaton tells Variety. “I was curious what it would be like after this many years. Not so much me doing it — obviously, some of that — but I was just curious about it, weirdly, socially. This whole thing is gigantic. They have their entirely own world. So, I like to look at it as an outsider, thinking ‘Holy moly!’”

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Although he’s been part of the superhero world — he also appeared in as Vulture in “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” he never has watched any of the DC or Marvel universe films.

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“I know people don’t believe this, that I’ve never seen an entire version of any of those movies — any Marvel movie, any other. And I don’t say that I don’t watch that because I’m highbrow — trust me! It’s not that,” he explains. “It’s just that there’s very little things I watch. I start watching something, and think it is great and I watch three episodes, but I have other shit to do!”

He notes of “The Flash” movie, “The writing was actually really good. So I thought, why not? It’s cool to drop in and I’m curious to see if I can pull it off.”

But, without watching the many Batman-universe films that have come out over the last thirty years, there was some confusion he admits. When we remind him of just how much Batman and Bruce Wayne has changed through the years, he briefly pauses and smirks, before responding.

“Not mine.”

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Killexams : Philanthropic foundations failing to act on climate change: report

While philanthropic leaders overwhelmingly cite climate change as a pressing issue, the efforts of their foundations to actually address climate change remain limited, a new report has found.

About 60 percent of foundation and nonprofit administrators surveyed said they believe climate change is an “extremely urgent problem,” but only about 10 percent considered this the most important problem to address right now, according to a survey conducted by the Massachusetts-based Center for Effective Philanthropy.

Only 11 percent of these leaders rated their own foundation’s approach to combatting climate change as “very effective,” while just 4 percent said that broader efforts by philanthropic foundations to address climate change were very effective.

“The research reveals that leaders of climate-focused nonprofits and foundations see opportunity for philanthropy to engage more deeply with the issue of climate change and urge funders to consider how climate change affects their mission,” a statement from the Center for Effective Philanthropy said.

The mission of the nonprofit organization, which received funding for the report from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, involves generating data and feedback to help individual and institutional donors enhance their effectiveness.

The Center for Effective Philanthropy identified this stark gap between beliefs and actions on climate change by surveying CEOs and administrators of U.S.-based foundations and nonprofits between January and March of 2022.

The trial pool included both climate-focused and non-climate-focused funders and organizations, according to the study.

Among the 188 foundation leaders that responded to the survey, 61 percent said that their organizations finance efforts to address climate change.

Of these foundations, 22 percent said they were “explicitly” funding initiatives to combat climate change, 45 percent were funding “environmental efforts” that address climate change and 33 percent said they fund both climate and environmental initiatives.

Thirty-six percent of the foundation leaders said that their organizations do not finance efforts to address climate change, according to the report.

Among the 120 nonprofit leaders that responded to the survey, 25 percent affirmed that climate change is “a core focus” of their operations.

Within that group, 20 percent said their organizations explicitly focus on addressing climate change, 57 percent on environmental efforts that address climate change and 23 percent on both climate and environmental initiatives.

Seventy-three percent of nonprofit leaders responded that climate change is not a central concern of their work, according to the survey.

“Despite their concerns about climate change, most non-climate funders tend to see this issue as outside the scope of their mission,” the report authors stated, acknowledging that some have not ruled out funding such efforts in the future.

“Even as they see the public and private sectors as playing a more significant role than nonprofits and foundations, virtually all foundation leaders say philanthropy can play a unique, meaningful, and important role in addressing climate change,” the authors added.

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