The Lead: Global Education Headlines, America’s Culinary Schools Lack a Diverse Curriculum, Next Generation of Open Office Design

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The Lead: Aldi’s Rise, Pearson’s Push for Digital Textbooks, Health Clinics at the Mall

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The Lead: AI to Combat Climate Change, Justice Dept Announces Big Tech Anti-Trust Review, Ice Bucket Challenge

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The Lead: Aspirations to Make Money Saving the World, U.S. Leads World in Health Spending, Agricultural Drones

Aspirations to Make Money Saving the World Currently, America’s youth and recent graduates from every field are emboldened with lofty goals to make the world a better place and get rich doing so. Forty percent of the U.S. population is … Continue reading The Lead: Aspirations to Make Money Saving the World, U.S. Leads World in Health Spending, Agricultural Drones

#TrueOrFalse: Dunning-Kruger Effect

This cognitive bias refers to the Dunning-Kruger effect and refers to people who appear incompetent at a task but rate themselves as high performers out of ignorance. This bias was hypothesized by psychologists Justin Kruger and David Dunning after a study was conducted by testing students in areas of humor, grammar and logic and then comparing how well these students thought they did, with the actual results of the tests. Continue reading #TrueOrFalse: Dunning-Kruger Effect