• Mathematical Society holds Olympiad in 6 areas

    Mathematical Society holds Olympiad in 6 areas

    Mathematical Society holds Olympiad in 6 areas

    Impartial College, Bangladesh’s College of Engineering, Know-how and Science dean Mahady Hasan inaugurates the Dhaka north area’s Graduate Arithmetic Olympiad on the campus on Friday. — Press launch

    The Nationwide Graduate Arithmetic Olympiad has been organised in six out of eight areas of the nation underneath the supervision of Bangladesh Mathematical Society and with the monetary assist of AF Mujibur Rahman Basis.

    The competitors at Dhaka North, Dhaka South, Chittagong, Rajshahi, Rangpur and Sylhet areas had been collectively inaugurated on Friday at 9:00am. The contests in Barisal and Khulna areas will probably be held on December 2.

    Dhaka South Area Olympiad was held in Arithmetic Division of BUET. Bangladesh Mathematical Society president and Dhaka College Arithmetic Division chairman Md Shahidul Islam inaugurated it.

    Olympiad committee president Md Monirul Alam Sarkar, Dhaka College professors Md Mubarak Hossain and Amulya Chandra Mandal and BUET professor Abdul Hakim Khan had been current on the event.

    Professor Khandkar Farid Uddin Ahmed presided over the occasion.

    Dhaka North Area Olympiad was held at Impartial College, Bangladesh. College of Engineering, Know-how and Science dean Mehdi Hasan inaugurated the competition.

    Additionally current had been Bangladesh Mathematical Society secretary Mohammad Babul Hasan, Professor Habib bin Mozaffar and Rifat Ara Rauf.

    Professor Mohammad Mustafa Kamal presided over the occasion.

    The Sylhet area’s Olympiad was held on the North East College of Bangladesh, Sylhet. Vice-chancellor of the college Elias Uddin Biswas inaugurated the occasion.

    Shahjalal College of Science and Know-how professors Sajedul Karim, Rashed Talukder and Dhaka College affiliate professor SM Sohail Rana had been additionally current.

    The Rajshahi area’s Olympiad inaugurated by Rajshahi College vice-chancellor Golam Sabbir Sattar on the Division of Arithmetic.

    RU pro-vice-chancellor Sultanul Islam, professors Humayan Kabir and Subrata Kumar Saha was additionally current on the occasion presided over by professor Nasima Akhter.

    The Chattogram area’s Olympiad was inaugurated by College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering dean Mosiul Alam on the Chittagong College of Engineering and Know-how.

    The programme was presided over professor Tahmina Akhter.

    The Rangpur area’s Olympiad was held at Begum Rokeya College, Rangpur. Professor Tajul Islam presided over the programme.

  • Palm Seashore County trainer appeals firing years after clown/gun joke

    Palm Seashore County trainer appeals firing years after clown/gun joke

    Palm Seashore County trainer appeals firing years after clown/gun joke

    Diane Baumann, a veteran Palm Seashore County trainer, has confronted years of eyebrow-raising allegations. Now, the 52-year-old girl is preventing to maintain her job.   

    Baumann — who advised co-workers in 2014 at South Grade Elementary that she was confused and “going to be up in a tower in a clown swimsuit with a rifle” — will quickly seem earlier than an administrative regulation choose, preventing the varsity district’s current try and oust her.    

    The varsity district has investigated Baumann not less than six instances in eight years, with the newest questions arising in February, based on a Palm Seashore Submit evaluation of greater than 1,000 pages of public paperwork. 

    An in-depth look:Faculty district fires trainer who as soon as joked about clown fits and weapons

    2014 protection:Two lecturers up for self-discipline for threats to colleagues, college students

  • Robots, hairstyling and new discoveries: N.L. college students check out their expertise for future careers
    Coding and Robotics

    Robots, hairstyling and new discoveries: N.L. college students check out their expertise for future careers

    A young girl does her sister's hair in a classroom during a competition in hair styling.
    Kathryn Walsh of Juniper Ridge Intermediate works on her sister’s hair for the styling competitors. The pair would go on to win bronze. (Andrew Hawthorn/CBC)

    Kathryn Walsh should still be a junior excessive pupil at Juniper Ridge Intermediate in Torbay however she’s already attempting her hand at skilled hairstyling.

    She says she enjoys the artistic freedom.

    “It is very troublesome to, like, get it precise. We’re doing a promenade look … an updo, I believe. I am looking for out that wow issue, and I do not know what it will likely be but, however I am attempting to simply search for it.”

    Kathryn was certainly one of about 300 junior excessive college students from 27 faculties across the province who competed on the nineteenth annual Expertise Canada Intermediate Problem on Saturday, held on the Prince Philip Drive Campus of the Faculty of the North Atlantic in St. John’s.

    It was the primary in-person occasion held by Expertise Canada N.L. for the reason that COVID-19 pandemic started in March. College students can check out and compete in 14 totally different areas of trades, expertise and employability expertise, like pitching, job looking out and public talking. 

    In addition they get to construct robots out of Lego.

    A group of students lean over a laptop computer and a table of Lego robots they have built, attempting to strategize for the forthcoming competition.
    Nicolas Reid, within the inexperienced and white cap, says whereas some on his workforce at the moment are contemplating a future in programming or robotics, he was simply there for the enjoyable. (Andrew Hawthorn/CBC)

    Nicolas Reid is a part of a workforce from Clarenville Center College competing within the First Lego League Robotics Competitors. 

    “We have been constructing this for just like the previous month,” stated Reid, “however I might say a couple of different faculties have been constructing it since possibly the start of the varsity 12 months. So both method, it is a whole lot of enjoyable.”

    Expertise Canada partnered with the league to problem college students to use design, coding and teamwork expertise to finish quite a lot of duties, akin to pushing and pulling objects with their robots to attain factors. 

    Nicolas stated he may see a few of his teammates going into careers in robotics or programming however he was simply collaborating for the enjoyable of it.

    “Our predominant coder on our workforce? He is actually, actually good at this. The opposite two folks on the coding workforce, together with me, we’re simply second eyes for him, in case he will get one thing unsuitable,” he stated.

    Winners from the competitors will go on to signify their faculties within the provincial competitors, and probably proceed to the nationwide competitors in Winnipeg subsequent Might.

    Fingers-on expertise

    The actual win, although, based on Christine Greene, the chair of the Expertise Canada N.L. board of administrators, is getting college students enthusiastic about doable future careers. 

    “They need the hands-on expertise,” she stated, “and for a lot of of them, this has been their one and solely alternative to dig in, put their fingers on supplies, make one thing of it and use their creativity and notice they may have a bit of talent that they may need to construct on or strive.”

    Greene is captivated with getting younger college students to consider totally different careers, enabling them to make higher decisions as early as highschool. 

    “We are literally the one province within the nation that provides this program to Grade 7, 8 and 9 college students and we’re actually pleased with that,” she stated.

    Learn extra from CBC Newfoundland and Labrador

  • Movie Crib Types Strategic Partnership With Avatary Facegood For 3d Sport Improvement
    3D Game Development

    Movie Crib Types Strategic Partnership With Avatary Facegood For 3d Sport Improvement

    Movie Crib Types Strategic Partnership With Avatary Facegood For 3d Sport Improvement

    Movie Crib Leisure Ecosystem have introduced a strategic partnership with 3D movement seize know-how group Avatary FACEGOOD to develop facial efficiency movement seize parts for the upcoming Movie Crib Unique RETROGRESSION recreation based mostly on the Sci-Fi movie IP by Producer/Director Anthony Hayes (GOLD starring Zac Efron).

    Retrogression is a Hollywood blockbuster Sci-Fi movie trilogy set 400 years sooner or later and the ecosystem encompasses a P2E recreation constructed on Unreal Engine, 3D generated NFT characters from the movie as Avatars and the Movie Crib digital streaming platform as a part of the RETROGRESSION movie franchise eventual launch technique.

    Hayes shall be creating 3D recreation content material utilizing the FACEGOOD {hardware} and AVATARY software program methods to create hyper life like, performance-based parts for the narrative gaming expertise. 

    Hayes stated – “Having acted in a number of the world’s greatest movies through the years and particularly the upcoming Robbie Williams Biopic BETTER MAN, which makes use of prime finish movement seize efficiency know-how, FACEGOOD was a revelation. Most filmmakers don’t have entry to thousands and thousands of {dollars} to seize movement seize for his or her initiatives and FACEGOOD offers a cheap resolution for filmmakers engaged on smaller budgets. Retrogression is being constructed as an Unique IP from the bottom up and the FACEGOOD strategic partnership has allowed us to maintain constructing and creating as we zero in on our first spherical of fairness funding and transfer in direction of full scale recreation improvement. FACEGOOD is leading edge movement seize know-how that delivers exception high quality and quick access to rising filmmakers, which is precisely what the Indie 3D gaming area wants to actually flourish. It’s the subsequent technology of filmmakers and narrative gaming-based storytellers who will show the true advances in 3D narrative experiences and FACEGOOD are offering the right entry level for these filmmakers working to a finances”

    Founding father of FACEGOOD Jelo Wang stated – “Because the firm established 10 years in the past, FACEGOOD has grown past a 3D fundamental software program firm, and targeted on the analysis of 3D animation know-how. The corporate’s product – AVATARY is broadly used within the 3D animation discipline all over the world, offering a high-fidelity efficiency seize pipeline for all 3D content material creators contained in the Metaverse. Conventional Hollywood 3D corporations are good nonetheless they’re too costly and geared in direction of larger productions. Our concept is to supply one of the best know-how and software program to all 3D creators. As a metaverse infrastructure firm, metaverse is an important utility discipline of our know-how. This cooperation with Anthony has opened our first shot on this discipline, and we are going to improve our funding sooner or later.”

    The Movie Crib rising filmmaker’s platform was launched only some months in the past and performs host to over 100 Award Profitable quick movies from all over the world, together with 12 Academy Award shorts, High Tier festivals winners, Horror, Sci-Fi, Drama and Animation. Movie Crib has had over 150,000 views in a number of months and is proving to be a precious useful resource for rising filmmakers, offering unique interviews with world class movie practitioners engaged on the most important motion pictures and TV exhibits on the planet together with AQUAMAN, DAHMER, CRUELLA, SHANTARAM, THE INVISIBLE MAN, REASONABLE DOUBT, UPGRADE, ELVIS, WOLF CREEK, SPECTRE, THOR LOVE AND THUNDER, THE MATRIX, JASON BOURNE and extra.

    The event strategy of all the Retrogression ecosystem, together with the sport shall be documented and launched as content material on the Movie Crib platform, offering precious technological data for filmmakers and alternatives for manufacturers similar to FACEGOOD to introduce their product to the rising filmmaking and 3D communities. 

    The Movie Crib digital cinema chain shall be rolled out by way of strategic Metaverse Associate platforms in early 2023. Bringing excellent world class content material and sources to the Metaverse communities. 


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  • The significance of STEAM for youngsters and the longer term | Nice Worldwide Schooling & Faculties Honest
    STEAM Initiative

    The significance of STEAM for youngsters and the longer term | Nice Worldwide Schooling & Faculties Honest

    On this webinar we discover STEAM (Science, Expertise, Engineering, Arts, Maths) in faculties. What does STEAM imply within the schooling context for youngsters of all ages and why is that this essential at present, towards a backdrop of world ability shortages and a fast-changing working surroundings?

    Our contributors Ryan Ball and Steven Katz, each have distinguished careers in Design and Expertise, in addition to intensive data of instructing in Worldwide Faculties. They’ll share insights for fogeys choosing faculties and supporting their kids and younger folks to the following stage of schooling and the world of labor.Perceive extra in regards to the fast-paced topics of Design, Expertise and Engineering that result in thrilling careers within the inventive, manufacturing and digital sectors and throughout international engineering and design corporations and consultancies. Design and Expertise is a extensively misunderstood and misrepresented topic by mother and father, employers and authorities ministers in some international locations, together with the UK many would argue. You’ll uncover the significance of placing the T and E into STEM inside curriculum time and that Expertise is wider than computing.In a vigorous dialogue our panellists will clarify why company employers have to know what’s being taught in faculties throughout STEAM topics and why the dialogue on expertise for the longer term ought to begin with faculties.You’ll be taught in regards to the advances in schooling which might be supporting financial development in several areas of the world, why some international locations battle with productiveness and what works to result in change.Learn how the very best faculties are supporting kids and younger folks to:

    • Drawback-solve
    • Construct resilience
    • Encourage creativity
    • Perceive significance of teamwork
    • Undertake a development mindset
    • Put together for the following stage in schooling and careers

    Are sufficient pupils being ready for all times in a complicated technological society and the way can sensible designing and making actions from an early age make a distinction?  Be part of us for this illuminating webinar and be a part of the dialog between faculties and employers to maximise potential for all kids.Bio: Ryan Ball, Director of Schooling, Design and Expertise Affiliation

    The significance of STEAM for youngsters and the longer term | Nice Worldwide Schooling & Faculties Honest

    ,Ryan has been a D&T trainer since 2002, instructing within the U.Ok., Center East and Malaysia. He has taught college students from age 7 to 18, together with his college students profitable awards for the best marks within the nation and world. He has introduced at varied instructional conferences in Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Madrid. In 2018 he based ‘Youth Made Initiative’ which was voted as one of many prime 100 instructional initiatives on the planet. He has been an Ofqual marketing consultant for a few years, was beforehand F1 in Faculties’ In-country coordinator and his college students have attended 4 world finals. He’s a D&T creator of a number of books and an authorized Autodesk coach and content material author. He now works full-time for the D&T Affiliation as director of schooling. www.knowledge.org.uk www.blueprint1000.org.ukBio: Steven Katz, ES Coordinator, The Worldwide Faculty of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL)

    IESF 22 Steve Katz

    Steve Katz is the Elementary Faculty Expertise Coordinator and has been at The Worldwide Faculty of Kuala Lumpur since 2015, the place he loves working with college students of all ages. Throughout his profession, he has been referred to as upon to show quite a lot of totally different topics and has loved his varied roles equivalent to Director of Instructional Expertise, Skilled Growth Coordinator, and College Professor. Steve is an Apple Distinguished Educator, ISTE CAP Coach, approved Google Schooling Coach, and Apple Skilled Growth Specialist, and he presents repeatedly at conferences worldwide. You possibly can take a look at what Steve has been engaged on at stevenkatz.com/weblog. 

  • Enforced bootcamps would make children targets – Abuse in Care lawyer

    Enforced bootcamps would make children targets – Abuse in Care lawyer

    Enforced bootcamps would make children targets – Abuse in Care lawyer

    Lawyer who has represented survivors of a few of New Zealand’s worst circumstances of abuse in state care, has a message for the Nationwide Celebration.
    Photograph: 123RF

    The Nationwide Celebration is ignoring the load of proof in opposition to enforced military-style camps for younger offenders, based on a lawyer who has represented survivors of a few of New Zealand’s worst circumstances of abuse in state care.

    Amanda Hill stated forcing children into boot camps wouldn’t cease them reoffending and will result in extra conditions the place they have been uncared for or maltreated.

    Nationwide’s police spokesperson Mark Mitchell stated boot camps had the potential to show younger individuals’s lives round.

    Mitchell pointed to the success of the Restricted Service Volunteer programs run by the Defence Pressure, the place 18 to 24-year-olds spent six weeks studying self-discipline and gaining shallowness at army camps.

    However Hill stated Nationwide’s mannequin differed from the LSV programme in a number of key methods:

    It was for much longer – as much as a 12 months, versus six weeks; its individuals might be youthful, at 15 to 17 years previous; and most significantly, younger offenders can be pushed into the programme somewhat than volunteering for it.

    “It has been happening for many years, this concept that we simply punish more durable, and the crime will cease, which is misplaced – it would not.”

    Hill had introduced proof on behalf of many survivors of Whakapakari, a boot-camp model programme on Nice Barrier Island the place Baby, Youth, and Household despatched ‘troublesome’ youths.

    Many of those youths have been abused by workers members or fellow residents.

    Mark Mitchell

    Nationwide’s police spokesperson Mark Mitchell pointed to the success of the Restricted Service Volunteer programs run by the Defence Pressure.
    Photograph: RNZ / Samuel Rillstone

    Hill stated Whakapakari met the standards for a cult, with its charismatic chief, hierarchical construction, isolation from the surface world, and silencing of anybody talking out.

    Hill stated military-style camps just like the LSV programmes may work, however solely when the individuals selected to be there.

    “For those who’re there as punishment, individuals view you as being wanted to be punished.

    “That makes you lower than; it makes you a goal.

    “Folks really feel entitled to deal with you badly, and that is the place issues begin to go unsuitable.”

    Hill stated the Nationwide Celebration wanted to reassess their plans contemplating the historic abuse in state amenities like Whakapakari.

    However a few of those that had participated in LSV programs hoped the boot camp mannequin may work when prolonged to younger offenders.

    Byron Gardner left highschool earlier than he may sit his Yr 13 exams.

    He stated the course at Auckland’s Whenuapai Base gave him a way of accomplishment he couldn’t discover within the classroom.

    “All the scholars that I’ve seen come and go from there have modified drastically from being somewhat naughty, delinquent youngsters to being well-off and mature.”

    Gardner went from LSV into one other army preparation programme whereas lots of his friends went straight into work.

    He stated though the programs have been voluntary, some individuals wanted an additional push to succeed.

    Andrew Rodwell was a former patron of the LSV course run out of the Burnham Army Camp in Canterbury.

    The programme focused these prone to long-term unemployment and took them by means of fundamental army coaching.

    Nonetheless, Rodwell stated for some trainees, it was the fundamental life abilities that left the most important mark.

    “A few of these have been dreadfully deprived youngsters.

    “On day one, they have been proven their bunk rooms.

    “One child… was requested if they may make a mattress, and so they stated, no, they did not know easy methods to make a mattress.

    “The trainer stated, ‘Have you ever not been proven?’ and the reply was, ‘No, I’ve truly by no means had a mattress’.”

    Rodwell stated the camp was lifechanging for its younger individuals.

    “I noticed 125 children get off quite a few buses on day one who had angle.

    “Six weeks later, nearly all of children I spoke to did not wish to depart.”

    Hill stated programs like LSV supplied a possibility for younger individuals to expertise the army model of life.

    She stated including one other response to the youth offending drawback wouldn’t assist, and had this message for Christopher Luxon and his celebration:

    “Revisit this. Take into consideration what you’ll create and perpetuate by these boot camps.”

    The New Zealand Defence Pressure declined to touch upon Nationwide’s coverage.


    Digital Academy creates on-line Native language programs

    On a transparent day in April, Anna East hopped in a truck with Mike Geboe, who drove to the closest candy grass enclosure on the Rocky Boy Reservation. The solar was heat, however there was nonetheless snow on the bottom.

    Collectively, they stood in a subject, as Geboe informed East all about candy grass. He spoke of its cultural makes use of. He repeated the Cree phrase for the plant: “Wikwahskwah.” East listened, photographed the plant and recorded Geboe talking. A canine trotted by and sat on her toes. The canine basked within the solar because the meadowlarks sang.

    Anna East, tribal relations and training fellow with the Montana Digital Academy, talks about her work with the Digital Academy and Montana’s tribes creating digital language programs. Over the previous yr, East has been designing programs for every Native language in Montana.

    Antonio Ibarra

    Geboe is a Class 7 Cree language teacher, which means he’s licensed to show in public Okay-12 faculties statewide. And East, who was an educator on the Flathead Reservation for 22 years and the 2014 Montana Instructor of the Yr, is a tribal relations and training fellow on the Montana Digital Academy.

    Persons are additionally studying…

    In 2021, the Digital Academy was allotted funds by way of an training committee to design and supply digital Indigenous language programs for the tribes that need them. Rep. Jonathan Windy Boy, a Democratic lawmaker who represents Field Elder, guided the initiative.

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    Rep. Jonathan Windy Boy, a Democrat from Field Elder representing HD 32, guided the initiative for the creation of digital Indigenous language programs for tribes round Montana.

    Antonio Ibarra

    “For me, (language preservation) is necessary as a result of I don’t need to be in a era that witnesses the extinction of a language that’s been right here from the start,” Windy Boy mentioned. “It’s necessary as a result of if language and tradition and ceremony are now not right here, we’re simply going to be like the remainder of the nation — soulless.”

    From the 1800s to the Nineteen Seventies, many Native kids have been compelled to attend government-funded Christian boarding faculties, the place they have been emotionally, bodily and sexually abused. The specific mission of those faculties was cultural genocide, and tribes have suffered language and tradition loss because of this. The Montana Funds and Coverage Middle in 2018 reported that of the greater than 300 tribal languages as soon as spoken within the U.S., 175 stay.

    The Rocky Boy Reservation is residence to three,770 individuals, and Geboe mentioned he thinks about 25 converse Cree as their first language.

    Rocky Boy Reservation

    View of the Bears Paw Mountains the place a overwhelming majority of the Rocky Boy Reservation is located, which is residence to about 3,770 individuals and is comprised of greater than 170 sq. miles of hilly terrain.

    Antonio Ibarra

    By the initiative, East was tasked with constructing on-line programs for every Native language in Montana. She began with Cree.

    East traveled from Missoula to the Rocky Boy Reservation — greater than 500 miles roundtrip — six instances in seven months. Throughout these visits, Geboe toured East across the sprawling and hilly reservation. They drove by way of the tribe’s new buffalo vary, flew drones, examined vegetation and animals and harvested sage. They, and others, had numerous conversations about what content material ought to and shouldn’t be included within the class.

    “Capturing a few of that cultural data within the place is so necessary,” East mentioned. “Everybody talks concerning the significance of tradition and language collectively to one another, and there’s simply no technique to educate it nicely with out together with that context.”

    However the work didn’t cease there. As East started constructing the course on-line, Geboe despatched her voice messages, recording himself saying phrases in Cree. East would add the audio information to her laptop computer, trim and edit them, after which insert them within the again finish of the course.

    East, Geboe and different cultural and language leaders additionally mentioned how greatest to “Indigenize” the course. The place Western training is predicated on particular person achievement, compliance and penalty, Native training has lengthy been centered on neighborhood, tradition and household. When Geboe teaches on the reservation, for instance, considered one of his favourite actions to do with college students is create household timber.

    “It’s an empowerment factor,” he mentioned. “We are able to see how individuals are associated. And also you see that a few of them are descendants of chiefs. I might see (the scholars) have been actually participating with it. They have been thirsty for it.”

    East, who’s non-Native, mentioned for her, Indigenizing the course meant, partially, working “with full, 100% steering from the tribe.”

    “I’m solely placing within the course what they need within the course,” she mentioned, including that the course will not be owned by the Digital Academy however relatively by the Chippewa Cree Tribe.

    East additionally tried to keep away from letter grades. Whereas the course consists of due dates and must be graded in some methods, per public faculty necessities, East centered the course on language proficiency. To foster neighborhood, college students are additionally invited to mirror on their periods, and every session opens with the phrase, “mah-mo-wi-neyia-wi-tahk,” which means, “Let’s all converse Neyio (Cree)!”

    East was additionally cautious to elucidate her course of to educators. She needed them to know the intention behind the course, in order that they wouldn’t incorrectly assume that as a result of it wasn’t centered on grades, the category was much less severe than others.

    After eight months of labor, the Cree language course is full. It’s an 18-week course, provided to public faculty college students for credit score. The category is extremely interactive. College students can take part in actions the place they match the audio model of the phrase to its which means. They’ll file themselves talking Cree and obtain verbal or written suggestions from their lecturers. They’ll click on numerous photos of vegetation and animals and match the photograph to the corresponding Cree phrase, and rather more. The Digital Academy has a cost-sharing payment with faculties of $123 per enrollment, so the course is free for college students.

    Three college students — situated in Eureka, Shelby and Forsyth — are at present enrolled within the on-line course. They spend 4 to seven hours every week studying Cree, and the Digital Academy has two full-time workers who attain out to the mother and father, college students and faculties to verify this system is operating easily.

    Geboe mentioned that whereas many tribal communities have language instructors and studying alternatives, not all Native individuals reside on reservations.

    “The goal inhabitants is the Natives that aren’t dwelling on the reservation,” he defined. “This issues as a result of for individuals who reside away from the neighborhood, it’s a technique to preserve them related. They need to know who they’re, the place they got here from and the place they’re going.”

    Geboe grew up on the Rocky Boy Reservation. He mentioned he realized to talk Cree by taking part in ceremonies, studying tales and utilizing apps on his telephone. He mentioned language and id are intertwined.

    “For those who join along with your relations and ancestors, you study the place they lived, who they interacted with and what they did for his or her livelihood.” he mentioned. “It connects you along with your tribal id.”

    Be taught extra concerning the Cree language course, and the soon-to-be accessible Crow course, at montanadigitalacademy.org/applications/indigenous-language.

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