The Daily Populous

Sunday July 8th, 2018 day edition

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Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is promising to send to college every young person who wants to attend.

Lopez Obrador told reporters Saturday that all young Mexicans will have the opportunity to study.

He said that may require building new high schools and universities.

Future education secretary Esteban Moctezuma said later that the government will provide $126 in monthly scholarships to students who need financial help to finish high school or university, if the budget permits.

He said the new government does not plan to increase taxes.

Lopez Obrador views education as a way to put otherwise unoccupied youths to work and reduce crime.

He pledged earlier in the week to pay salaries for apprentices employed by Mexican companies as part of $5 billion package of scholarships and training. »

Back-and-forth exchanges boost children’s brain response to language

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The findings suggest that parents can have considerable influence over their children’s language and brain development by simply engaging them in conversation, the researchers say.

This brain activation then predicted children’s scores on language assessments, fully explaining the income-related differences in children’s language skills.

“The really novel thing about our paper is that it provides the first evidence that family conversation at home is associated with brain development in children. »

Gov. Rick Scott agrees to pay $700,000 to end public records lawsuit

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TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott has agreed to pay a Tallahassee lawyer $700,000 in taxpayer money to settle seven public records lawsuits alleging he and members of his staff violated state law when they created email accounts to shield their communications from state public records laws and then withheld the documents.

"We settled, and it was the right thing to do for the state," said Scott spokeswoman Jackie Schutz.

Bondi spokesman Whitney Ray said the attorney general agreed to settle the lawsuit "to avoid litigation costs.". »

Full House: 15 Dark Behind-The-Scenes Secrets You Had No Idea About

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While some incidents merely included drawing penises on each other's scripts, other instances got the trio in far more trouble.

As Saget explains, “Dave, John and I would egg each other on and we were often driven to outbursts of non-family-friendly humor.

We had been waiting awhile — they were still busy shooting some scenes of Michelle and her friends — and I was getting impatient. »