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On Trust, Bias, and Privilege: my Response to 'Anti-Blackness is no glitch'

In Winter 2020, Stephanie T. Jones and Natalie Melo wrote ‘Anti-Blackness is no glitch’: The need for critical conversations within computer science education . Jones and Melo mentioned, “The conversation around and application of computer science often reinforces neoliberal ideals” (Jones, Melo, November 25, 2020, pg. 42). Jones and Melo were saying this: the computer science revolution and organizational IT network futuristic left-wing best standards access is telling. For Trust, I am Checking my Privilege But this is not excluding contemporary conversations: any futuristic conversation based on personal interpretation is not from ABBA, so it is not prophecy (NIV, 2 Peter 1:20). For your review, Peter wrote, "For prophecy never had its origin in the human will, but prophets, though human, spoke from [ABBA] as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit" (2 Peter 1:21). You, reader, can predict something shall happen, but prediction is uncertain: it is a terminating series ca

COVID-19 Made Internet Access, Broadband and Hotspots an Educational Necessity

I am ready After a hiatus: with the readers, I am ready.  COVID-19 Made Internet Access, Broadband and Hotspots an Educational Necessity   On June 9, 2020, the IEEE Transmitter (Institute for Electricians and Electrical Engineers Transmitter) wrote COVID-19 Made Internet Access, Broadband and Hotspots an Educational Necessity . In this Transmitter article, the IEEE wrote that numerous students experienced academic difficulties because of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, causing widespread problems. The IEEE wrote, “while virtual learning helps reduce the risk of person-to-person transmission, schools were presented with a new problem: how to ensure every student has internet access so they could continue their education remotely” ( IEEE ). On the other hand, IEEE Senior Member David Witkowski is enthusiastic about a mobile generation of learners, but concerned regarding people enfortressed only to stay there and avoid public establishments. Witkowski is saying this: even on digital p

To Robert Sedgewick, a Response: Computer Science Shall Be Required, Conditionally

Requiring Computer Science On October 28, 2019, Robert Sedgewick wrote Should Computer Science Be Required ( link ). Sedgewick wrote, "Every college student needs a Computer Science course, and most need two or more." Of Computer Science educators, Sedgewick believed: at least one Computer Science course is the profession-entry requirement. Sedgewick accorded: recognizing the "truth": the increasing educator count; but educators have not met this need.  Is Computer Science Normal Sedgewick asked: was requiring each college student one Computer Science course normal? Sedgewick described his question: debatable. For all students: As an available necessity, Sedgewick supported Computer Science. Except Computer Science, Sedgewick stated colleges and universities: in almost any course discipline, they are allowing enrollment: for any student. The Limited Instructed In Scripture, instructors defined the limited instructed. To his Corinth-located family, the Tarsus man,

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