The Daily Populous

Sunday February 28th, 2021 evening edition

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Sen. Ted Cruz mocked Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for her response to the Capitol insurrection.

Speaking at CPAC, Cruz also took aim at Sen. Bernie Sanders for wearing mittens.

Senator Ted Cruz on Friday mocked New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who has raised millions for his Texas constituents, for her response to the January 6 Capitol riots.

“We are gathered in dark times,” Cruz told the crowd at the CPAC in Orlando on Friday.

On stage, Cruz also took aim at Senator Bernie Sanders for wearing mittens to President Joe Biden’s inauguration.

Cruz seemed to be referring to comments Ocasio-Cortez made in the wake of the January 6 assault on the Capitol.

The political rivalry between Cruz and Ocasio-Cortez was amplified this month as a winter storm knocked out power to millions in Texas. »

When teachers offer positive encouragement to disruptive students, rather than focus on the negative behavior, which is what they typically do, it not only reduces disruptive classroom behavior, but improves academic and social outcomes, suggests new randomized controlled trial (n=1,450).

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When teachers encounter disruptive or noncompliant students in the classroom, they typically respond by focusing on the negative behavior.

However, new research from the University of Missouri found that offering students more positive encouragement not only reduces disruptive classroom behavior, but can improve students’ academic and social outcomes.

“Instead, we need to be setting clear expectations of what behaviors we do want to be seeing.”. »

SolarWinds Officials Blame Intern for ‘solarwinds123’ Password

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Thompson explained to lawmakers that the intern had posted the password on their own private GitHub account.

According to CNN, Kumar showed SolarWinds that the password allowed him to log in and deposit files on its server.

Nonetheless, we do know one of the causalities of the attack: a poor unnamed intern that SolarWinds threw under the bus. »