Ignoring information increases productivity
A new report from scientists states that ignoring information is actually liable to make you more productive and efficient in the long run. The trick is being able to filter the information we actually need from the information we don’t. The report states that the human brain is more productive when it is given time to learn what distracting information it can disregard.
Black Lives Matter Street Mural
Street mural in front of Trump Tower in New York City was vandalized a few hours after this photo with white paint by a counter protester.
A coeducational college for first nation peoples, based on these leadership and learning principles, is worthy of considerati
Australia Should Establish Universal and Free Childcare
Australia should support all families with free childcare.
This would help with the liberal democratic principle of equal opportunity as
Give all children the benefit of early development
of basic learning and social skills, so critical to their future development
and life opportunities;
Give parents the opportunity to study, train, work
and build some financial independence, without their children missing out on
support in their development or the heavy cost impost of privately funded
childcare (the cost of private childcare is particularly burdensome or
unaffordable for those on low incomes).