This recent article from the New Republic is a bit of a slog if you have not become a student of the various attempts to create covid vaccines, treatments, etc. But it hinges on two factors that matter a great deal in education-- intellectual property and Bill Gates. It comes, coincidentally, right around the 68th anniversary of Jonas Salk's creation of the polio vaccine , a hugely valuable piece of intellectual property that Salk famously gave away. Could you patent the sun? It seems like an obvious approach, both because Salk's work depended on tons of money contributed by folks and because a public health problem would seem to call for a public solution. As Alexander Zaitchik reports it and I'll now summarize , that was how the covid response story started, almost.
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Kyle Lowry came to a hockey town and played basketball like a hockey player, all grit and heart and effort, minus the playoff beard. The Ottawa Senators have offered an opportunity to the city of Ottawa to run down the clock on vaccinations. A new study reveals that the Toronto Maple Leafs logo is the most tattooed of any major sport in North America. Wanted: Fernando Pisani II.
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Stephanie Alicea has been around education for a while. She taught health and phys ed at various high schools. Alicea's teammates were supportive, but the larger community kicked back hard--years later, Alicea talked about a BB gun shooting at his grandmother's car. So Stephanie Alicea pulled her son from the public school and enrolled him in private Tilton.
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