Teachers to be trained to spot mental health issues early
Theresa May is to announce that all teachers in England and Wales will be trained to spot the early signs of mental health issues in children as part of a package of measures aimed at prioritising prevention. With her premiership entering its final weeks, May is keen to salvage a domestic legacy from her three Brexit-dominated years in power. She will visit a school in south-west London to highlight the importance of identifying mental health problems early, and make a series of promises, including the provision of new teaching materials to be used in classrooms and updated statutory guidan...
Jun 16, 2019 21:30 UTC Mental-Health Read More
SpaceX’s first flight-proven Falcon Heavy Block 5 rocket ready for static fire test
According to NASASpaceflight.com, SpaceX is just ~48 hours away from Falcon Heavy Flight 3's critical static fire test, in which all 27 of the rocket's Merlin 1D…
Jun 16, 2019 21:22 UTC Science Read More
Replacement for Sarah Sanders Disqualified After Telling Truth on Job Application
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—A leading candidate to replace the White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, was disqualified after telling the truth repeatedly on his job application, the White House has confirmed. According to the White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, the candidate got high marks in his job interview by demonstrating “utter disregard and contempt for press freedoms.” “We then had him do a practice press briefing in which he was relentlessly abusive, obnoxious, and insulting,” Mulvaney said. “We were all, like, ‘This is our guy.’ ” But after a thorough exa...
Jun 16, 2019 14:42 UTC Jobs Read More
Why it's too early to hunker down for a recession
New York (CNN Business) 1. Making sense of mixed signals: Trade wars. Inverted yield curves. And talk of a 2020 recession. It's clearly an uncomfortable time…
Jun 16, 2019 12:01 UTC Business Read More
The economic expansion is poised to be the longest ever. Will it die or get a second wind?
The decade-long economic expansion, poised to become the longest in U.S. history next month, is facing an existential question: Will it sputter to a halt by next…
Jun 16, 2019 11:01 UTC Business Read More
The real concern isn't lower job growth
The latest jobs report showed a lackluster gain in jobs in May that was worse than economists had predicted. While the sudden slowdown in jobs growth after many months of strong numbers is worrying and signals a weakening economy, a more long-term concern is the persistently low labor force participation rate that has not recovered in the decade since the onset of the Great Recession. I’ve been studying labor market issues for over much of my 30 year career as an economist. Let me explain why you should be paying more attention to the participation rate. Participation matters Strong employm...
Jun 16, 2019 09:29 UTC Jobs Read More
Bitcoin Price Skyrockets to $9,387: What’s Behind the New 2019 High?
By CCN Markets: The bitcoin price has surged by seven percent on the day, recording a 32 percent monthly gain and a 151 percent year-to-date gain against…
Jun 16, 2019 08:55 UTC Business Read More
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