Volunteers needed to give computers to Wake County students


U.L Sharper and his 6-grade daughter Ashley pick up a computer and food from Myrtle Beach Middle School on Wednesday. Students and their families pick up e-learning supplies, including Chromebook computers, binders and band instruments, as well as prepared meals at Myrtle Beach Middle School on the first day of the Horry County Schools distribution program. The Wake County school system is setting up its own computer distribution program.


Hundreds of volunteers are needed to give Wake County students the technology they need to learn from home in the upcoming school year.

The Wake County school system

Is Teradyne (TER) Outperforming Other Computer and Technology Stocks This Year? – August 4, 2020


Investors focused on the Computer and Technology space have likely heard of Teradyne (TER Free Report) , but is the stock performing well in comparison to the rest of its sector peers? By taking a look at the stock’s year-to-date performance in comparison to its Computer and Technology peers, we might be able to answer that question.

Teradyne is one of 605 companies in the Computer and Technology group. The Computer and Technology group currently sits at #7 within the Zacks Sector Rank. The Zacks Sector Rank considers 16 different groups, measuring the average Zacks Rank of the

Buenos Aires Times | Culture matters more than computers


To the dismay of parents who already have more than enough to worry about, millions of children are continuing to enjoy, or suffer, the longest holidays anyone can remember. While some have kept in contact with their school thanks to the Internet and, under the watchful eyes of their mothers and fathers, have managed to carry on much as before, others have had to rely on old-fashioned printed material and, at most, an occasional socially distant face-to-face encounter with teachers interested in how they are doing and if they have enough to eat.

Many specialists, among them Education Minister Nicolás

Pluralsight, USBE partner to advance computer science education in Utah schools | Local Business


A Farmington-based technology skills and engineering management platform is teaming up with the Utah State Board of Education to support innovation in K-12 computer science education across the state.

As Pluralsight’s chief impact officer and executive director, Lindsey Kneuven oversees the integration of people, products, technology and financial resources to democratize technology skills, or make access to technology and computer science resources more accessible.

To better reach that goal, Pluralsight developed a social enterprise by the same name — Pluralsight One — to activate all of the different resources at the company’s disposal to “make a meaningful difference on the