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The Fascinatingly Weird World of A$AP Rocky’s
It’s enticing in some spots, and unlistenable in others.
A$AP Rocky Announces His New Album
Is Finally Done
The wait is over and oh, well, also continues.
How Inconclusive Medical Results Propel an Endless Cycle of Testing
Ambiguous results nudge doctors (and patients) into ordering more and more tests.
Eighth-Grade Girls Have No Idea They’re Supposed to Be Bad at STEM
So why are there so few women in STEM fields?
Can Anyone Name a Female Director Besides Ava DuVernay?
Try to name three.
New York City Will Give Free SAT Testing to High-School Juniors
Plus, a few more education updates.
More Students Are Opting Out of New York State Standardized Tests
And the results for those who did take them indicated there were no huge gains in reading or math.
We’re Testing Children on the Wrong Things
Are we measuring what we want to measure in education?
Overhaul Your Jewelry Collection for Just $15 Per Month
A review of Rocksbox, which sends you $300 worth of jewelry to wear at your leisure.
A Simple Way to Boost Minority Test Scores
What it says about testing is worth thinking about.
world aids day
Watch a Funny, Irreverent Look at Getting Tested for HIV
Just in time for World AIDS Day, web series “It Gets Betterish” focuses on the always-nightmarish HIV testing.
Where Chefs Audition For L.A.’s Big Roles
Restaurant recruiter Brad Metzger installed a state-of-the-art test kitchen to preview local cooking talent.