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What factors are at stake in Apple’s refusal to allow the F.B.I. to unlock the phone of Syed Rizwan Farook?
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English Language Learners practice summarizing and then write a response about a time when they altered their view on something.
The Learning Network: News Q’s | Scalia’s Death Offers Best Chance in a Generation to Reshape Supreme Court
What are some of the Supreme Court precedents that may be at risk if there is a liberal majority? Which ones matter most to you? Why?
A growing movement in the borough seeks to equip young people with the knowledge and the skills to write code so that they can navigate an increasingly digital world.