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  2. MPs are calling for an investigation into a lack of school work during lockdown, claiming it is close to a "national educational disaster".Education minister Nick Gibb told Parliament today that the effects of coronavirus would be felt "for a considerable time" but that the government was focused on tackling the lost time in education.He told MPs that no child should have their life chances damaged by the coronavirus outbreak.However Conservative MP Christian Wakeford (Bury South) claimed that with most children having spent the last few months at home more than two million of these had completed "barely any school work" in that time.Speaking in an debate on education, Mr Wakeford said that a six-month learning loss for pupils was an "eternity".He told MPs: "This is close to being a national educational disaster."Clearly something has gone wrong and we must examine why. Whilst many schools have done remarkable work, others have not been able to provide the same offer for one reason or another, and this too needs to be investigated why."Mr Wakeford, who was speaking on behalf of the Commons education committee, said Ofsted should have taken a leading role in outlining expectations during this period.He went on: "Ofsted seems to have taken a badger approach by reducing their activity and hibernating during these difficult months."Mr Gibb said the government's ambition is to provide "equality of opportunity for every child" as pupils return to school full time in September, but that "no one should underestimate the scale of the challenge" that the closure of schools in March had provided."Education recovery lies at the heart of our national mission as we emerge from the disruption caused from the coronavirus pandemic and no child should see their life chances damaged by being out of school for so long," the schools minister said."Our ambition is to provide equality of opportunity for every child and to support parents and carers," he told MPs.Mr Gibb added: "Since 2010, most children are now attending good and outstanding schools, the attainment gap between the disadvantaged and their peers has narrowed at all stages, a record proportion of disadvantaged students are going to university, we have a world-class curriculum and ambitions for world-class technical education."The effects of the current epidemic will be felt across society for a considerable time."It was right that we moved rapidly to secure a massive one-off investment in our schools to tackle both lost time in education and foster greater focus on proven approaches so that all pupils can receive the education they have a right to expect."The Government also faced calls to extend the department's catch-up funding to 16 to 18-year-old students.Tory MP Peter Aldous (Waveney) said: "It is a concern that 16 to 18-year-olds are not able to access the Covid catch-up fund."He added: "At present, there is no funding for this."To address this unfairness, to remove this obstacle, it is important that before the end of term Government confirms that all 16 to 18providers can access Covid catch-up funding on the same terms as 11 to 16-year-olds."
  3. Television commentators praise players with lighter skin as more intelligent and hardworking than those with darker skin, showed a study by Danish firm RunRepeat in association with the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA).The study analysed 2,073 statements from English-speaking commentators in 80 games from the 2019-20 season across Italy's Serie A, France's Ligue 1, Spain's La Liga and England's Premier League. A total of 643 players of various races and skin tones were discussed.Analysis revealed that players with darker skin tones were "significantly more likely" to be reduced to their physical characteristics or athletic abilities like pace and power.Around 62 per cent of praise was aimed at players with lighter skin while 63.33 per cent of criticism was aimed at those with darker skin."To address the real impact of structural racism, we have to acknowledge and address racial bias. This study shows an evident bias in how we describe the attributes of footballers based on their skin colour," PFA equalities executive Jason Lee said."Commentators help shape the perception we hold of each player, deepening any racial bias already held by the viewer. It's important to consider how far-reaching those perceptions can be and how they impact footballers even once they finish their playing career."If a player has aspirations of becoming a coach/manager, is an unfair advantage given to players that commentators regularly refer to as intelligent and industrious, when those views appear to be a result of racial bias?"The study comes amid protests around the world against racial injustice following the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died in police custody in the US city of Minneapolis on May 25.
  4. The money is intended to help those who receive it overcome the financial effects of the coronavirus pandemic.The umbrella body hopes the 'Be Active Wales Fund' can boost community sports and help them restart safely.Welsh Government funds and "repurposed" National Lottery cash are being used.Clubs can apply for grants of between £300 and £50,000 under the 'Be Active Wales Fund'.The £4m is in addition to more than £500,000 of emergency funds already set aside for sports clubs and organisations to help stave off financial hardship.In a statement Sport Wales said: "Grassroots sports clubs and organisations at risk of folding because of the Covid-19 crisis may need funding to help pay rent, utility costs, insurances or any fixed costs they may have for facility or equipment hire."Whereas some sports, such as golf and tennis, have begun to restart their activities... others like football and rugby are awaiting the green light to resume. "Sport Wales chief executive Sarah Powell added: "Grassroots sport has been hit incredibly hard. Thankfully emergency funding has already saved a huge number of clubs and we're pleased to be able to launchwhich will provide even more support at a time when it is so badly needed."The Welsh Rugby Union and Football Association of Wales join Welsh Athletics, Welsh Netball, local authorities and organisations such as Urdd Street Games in having a £4.5m fund to call on.Leisure Trusts who operate not-for-profit facilities can also benefit from that £4.5m.
  5. Suzuki’s UK line-up is will soon be exclusively hybridised, with non-electrified variants of all models down to dealer stock only and the Jimny 4x4 now no longer directly available to order.The future of the compact off-roader was already in question after Suzuki UK said it would only be sold “in very limited numbers throughout 2020” at the start of the year. A brand spokesperson has now confirmed that “once existing and limited number dealer allocations to customers are fulfilled over the next 4-5 months” it will be officially axed.As previously rumoured, there remains a possibility that the model could be brought back into the market as an N1 class commercial vehicle in future, with the removal of the rear seats to enable a load bay alongside other homologation alterations. However, this is yet to be confirmed.The Jimny’s fate is largely down to the adverse effect it has on the brand’s fleet average CO2 emissions. Even in most frugal manual form its CO2 rating is 154g/km - well above the 95g/km fleet average Suzuki will need to meet in 2021.Suzuki’s wider range now comprises the Vitara and S-Cross SUVs, the Swift and Swift Sport hatchbacks and the Ignis city car. All are now offered solely with mild-hybrid petrol engines.The Ignis and Swift use a cheaper and simpler 12v system, while the SUVs and Swift Sport use a more advanced 48v system. Suzuki claims economy is boosted by as much as 15%, and CO2 is reduced by as much as 25%, compared with the previous non-hybrid versions.The range will soon also be joined by the Across SUV - recently revealed as the first product created under a partnership between Suzuki and Toyota. Essentially a rebadged and lightly restyled RAV4, the Across features Suzuki's first plug-in hybrid powertrain.
  6. If Microsoft Edge was installed in Windows 10 via Windows Update, you can not remove it via standard methods. That does not mean you cannot remove it, though, as a technique has been discovered to uninstall the program via the command prompt.In May, we reported that Microsoft Edge would roll out to Windows 10 2004 machines through the KB4559309 update installed via Windows Update.When installed via Windows Update, though, Windows 10 does not allow you to uninstall the new Microsoft Edge via the uninstall programs section of Apps & Features, as shown below. Source: Deskmodder.deFor those who do not want Microsoft Edge installed via the update, you can uninstall it manually via the command, as discovered by Deskmodder.de.To do this, please follow these steps:Open an elevated command prompt by typing CMD in the Start Menu search field, right-clicking on Command Prompt when shown, and selecting 'Run as administrator.'Now use the CD command to change to the folder associated with the latest version of Microsoft Edge that was installed. This folder is located under C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft\Edge\Application\[version].For example, if Edge 83.0.478.58 is installed, you would use the following command: You can now close the command prompt by typing exit and pressing enter.Once Microsoft Edge is uninstalled, you will now have access to Edge Classic.If you do not wish the Edge update to install automatically again, you can manually download and install Microsoft Edge or block it from being installed via Windows Update.
  7. Engage to Grow Summit United Marketing Thought Leaders to Discuss Customer Retention as a Game Changer for GrowthDUBAI, United Arab Emirates, March 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- CleverTap, a leading AI-powered customer lifecycle and user retention platform, joined with Dun & Bradstreet to host a thought leadership event in Dubai in early March. The Engage to Grow Summit brought Middle East founders, chief product officers, and VPs and SVPs of marketing together to discuss the theme of "User Retention: The New Growth Accelerator," having open and honest discussions about how to better personalize experiences, engage and retain users for overall business growth. "Brand leaders are increasingly looking to engage consumers and build a better strategy for retaining end-users," said Almitra Karnik, head of marketing, CleverTap. "The Engage to Grow Summit provided the ideal venue for brand leaders in the Middle East to explore changing marketing dynamics, real-world solutions for driving customer engagement, and the evolution of technology to help digital marketers predict behavior and better deliver information at the right time and in the right place."The one-day summit offered insights from key CleverTap executives, as well as leaders from Network International and JOIGIFTS.com. In addition, panel discussions looked at the journey from customer engagement to brand advocacy and business growth strategies that have been most effective in the Middle East. Panelists included marketing and operations executives from Careem, Domino's Pizza, Etisalat Group, Liv. digital lifestyle bank by Emirates NBD, LuLu Group International, and Mashreq Bank."Customer retention is as important as customer acquisition. We live in an age where mobile devices are scaling heights in terms of marketability that the print and broadcast media could only ever dream of," said Pankaj Khanna, Head - Learning & Economic Insights Group, Dun & Bradstreet India. "Accordingly, developing and deploying strategies to enhance user experience, sustain customer value propositions and keep customers constantly engaged have become critical focus areas for sustainable business growth."Discussions at the summit focused on the proliferation of smartphone usage across user segments in the region and the real-time cultural shift of people sharing, accessing and needing content across social and online channels. In addition, the ability to store large amounts of data in efficient and cost-effective ways will have a profound impact on the level in which Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning will play a role in digital-first marketing strategies. Panel topics assessed the evolving mobile landscape over the next five years and new approaches to segmenting and engaging users with personalized information, experiences, services, and more.For additional information or to view upcoming CleverTap events, please visitDun & Bradstreet, a leading global provider of business decisioning data and analytics, enables companies around the world to improve their business performance. Dun & Bradstreet's Data Cloud fuels solutions and delivers insights that empower customers to accelerate revenue, lower cost, mitigate risk, and transform their businesses. Since 1841, companies of every size have relied on Dun & Bradstreet to help them manage risk and reveal opportunity.CleverTap is the leading customer engagement and retention platform that helps brands maximize user lifetime value. Consumer brands around the world representing over 8,000 apps—including Gojek, Sony, Discovery, Fandango LATAM, Carousell, Vodafone, and Star—trust CleverTap to help them improve user engagement and retention thereby growing long term revenue. CleverTap is backed by leading venture capital firms, including Sequoia India, Tiger Global Management, Accel, and Recruit Holdings, and is headquartered in Mountain View, Calif. with regional offices in Amsterdam, Singapore, Dubai, and Mumbai. For more information, visit
  8. Senran Kagura: Peach Ball (Switch [reviewed], PC) Developer: Honey∞Parade Games Publisher: Xseed Games Released July 9, 2019 MSRP: $39.99 The Senran Kagura series is in a bit of a tough spot right now. Kenichiro Takaki, the creator of the franchise, announced in March that he was leaving developer Marvelous, feeling he was being restricted on what kind of content he could show in his games. While he is still attached to the announced Senran Kagura 7even, it's unclear exactly what that game will end up being due to Sony's recent prudish ways.Of course, as I'm sure many have pointed out before, Takaki could just move the game over to Switch. Nintendo has been receiving of the Senran series since its inception. Even something as over the top as Senran Kagura: Peach Ball is welcome on Nintendo hardware, which is great because it might be the best Senran spin-off to date. The Senran Kagura series is no stranger to ridiculous plots and eye-popping fan service, two things Peach Ball has in spades. The game is set in the Honey Arcade where Haruka, the puppet master of Hebijo Academy, works part time. Unfortunately, the place isn't always busy and in her down time, she likes to do some chemistry. One of her latest concoctions is Beastall, a liquid that turns anyone who touches it into an animal.As is wont to happen with this series, things go awry during a video game tournament when the heterochromatic Ryona mistakes the serum for soap and turns into a dog. She then goes about licking the four other girls there with her, which she probably would have done even if she wasn't sporting dog ears and a tail. Murasaki, Yumi, Yomi, and Asuka soon start turning into animals themselves, leaving it up to you and Haruka to change them back using the power of the Peach Ball.It's a totally cheesecake set-up and the developers smartly lean all the way into it. Unlike the last time Honey∞Parade Games got its hands on the franchise, Peach Ball is an always light and airy experience. Most of the dialogue of the story mode thick in the cornball sexuality fans expect and the pinball gameplay of the Peach Ball can be exceptionally fun if frustratingly meager. Senran Kagura: Peach Ball has just two pinball tables: Peach Land and Spooky Shinobi Park. Each table has different themes and backgrounds players can unlock, but nothing to quintessentially change how the table plays. Through all five hours of the campaign, it'll just be the same two tables over and over, which can sound monotonous. However, the pinball gameplay has enough features that repeated plays never grows rote, with plenty of bells and whistles to keep each run buzzing with excitement.Peach Land is the standout of the two tables. The theme park design of it is inviting and its layout is thoughtful and full of character, especially as you begin to learn the tricks of the table. There are teacup bumpers to hit, a Ferris Wheel to activate, a drop ride, and more. A lot of love went into the creation of this table and it shows. There is clearly some love in the design of Spooky Shinobi Park as well, but it's general design is too similar to Peach Land, and its gimmick -- mini-games you can activate when you collect enough coins -- can often be difficult to activate.Unlike a regular game of pinball, Peach Ball encourages players to shake the table, using either the Joy-Con motion controls or thumb sticks, and doing so can help player rack up the points. Each table has one of the five girls at the center of it and if you hit them in their special spots -- boobs, butt, taint -- you'll score massive points. One of the best ways to send that score flying is to trap the ball behind the girl, creating a situation where it's always bouncing off her. Bumping the table is one of the ways to make this happen, but you can also do it with a perfect shot. You should know that Peach Ball does not feature true-to-life pinball physics -- they feel tilted in the players favor -- but it never crosses a line to where the game is too easy. As you play each table, you'll have a growing series of challenges to complete. These are listed to the right of the screen during gameplay and can ask you to score a certain number of points, hit the ball into a specific location multiple times, or repeatedly bump the girl with the ball. Score enough points and you'll open the opportunity for a Sexy Challenge. These are pinball mini-games where the object is to hit whatever little toys dot the table enough times that your girl ends up in a compromising situation. Some of these challenges include rubber ducks that get the girls all wet, an ice cream truck that gets them sticky, or magical top hats that produce a pair of tickling hands.It's all very tongue-in-cheek and never crosses over into being grossly exploitative. Even the Super Sexy Challenge, the final bit of each table where you're just smacking Peach Balls directly into the girl's boobs or butt, is all in good fun. But that fun feels limited when there are only five girls and just two tables.Outside of the story mode, players have access to a free mode that allows them to play to their hearts content. Playing either mode will net you coins to spend in the in-game shop, and there is a lot of content here to unlock. New clothes, hairstyles, Peach Ball designs, artwork, music, and more is up for grabs, and unlike with a lot of games, I thoroughly enjoyed going through and unlocking everything in the game because the core gameplay is so damn entertaining. And yes, the dressing room returns with costumes, diorama poses, and the Reflexions-like intimacy mode that lets you touch the girls all over.Marvelous and Honey∞Parade Games' biggest mistake with Senran Kagura: Peach Ball was treating it as a budget title because it deserves so much more: more tables, more girls, more everything. Combining the cheeseball sexuality of Senran with pinball is perhaps the most brilliant idea this franchise has ever had and the execution of what is here is nearly flawless. But the lack of a diverse set of pinball tables and a curtailed cast keep Peach Ball from reaching the excellence it could have so easily achieved if the developers had more time and more ideas for what they wanted Peach Ball to be.[This review is based on a retail build of the game provided by the publisher.] CPU: Info CPU SPEED: Dual Core CPU RAM: 4 GB OS: Microsoft Windows 7.1/8/8.1/10 VIDEO CARD: Graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities PIXEL SHADER: 4.0 VERTEX SHADER: 4.0 FREE DISK SPACE: 3 GB
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