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Sensex recoups some losses amid fears of recession
Sensex crashed by over 700 points to slip below 17,000 in intraday trade for the first time since June 2010 before recovering some of its losses.

CWG scam: Parliament gets CAG report; PMO, Sheila Dikshit indicted
The report said the PMO was responsible for appointing Suresh Kalmadi as Commonwealth Games Organising Committee chairman.

Chinese officials seized and sold babies, parents say
The scandal also has renewed questions about whether foreigners have adopted Chinese children who were falsely depicted as abandoned.

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Five killed in explosion in fireworks unit in Sivakasi
Five persons, including four women, were charred to death in a fire accident in a fireworks manufacturing unit in Sivakasi in south Tamil Nadu.

Luxury ride in AC buses now a reality in Patna
To give some relief from the heat to local commuters, state transport minister Brishen Patel on Friday flagged off the much-awaited AC city buses at SK Memorial Hall here.

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Stock crash: Sebi says closely watching situation
Sebi Friday said it was closely watching the situation which it attributed to global developments and assured the system was well-regulated.

Banking industry hit by nationwide staff strike
Banking transactions across India were hit as some one million staff struck work to protest proposals to divest government stake in state-run institution.

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Arsenal face Italy's Udinese in Champions League playoffs
The Gunners were pitted against the Italian side in the draw for the Champions league playoffs held at UEFA headquarters in Nyon.

I don't consider myself 'The Wall': Dravid
He has been christened 'The Wall' for his steady batting but veteran Rahul Dravid says he is indifferent to the tag that has stuck to him over the years.

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Priyanka Chopra turns singer
Universal Music Group and Desi Hits have signed a worldwide recording agreement with award-winning Bollywood actor Priyanka Chopra.

Married superstar smitten with actress!
Recently, the actress waited backstage for him as he finished his act onstage so they could leave together.

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UK call centre staff told to move to Mumbai to save jobs
A minister in the UK govt has sparked a row by suggesting that UK call centre workers who have lost their jobs should relocate to Mumbai.

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Listed here are some of the most popular and affordable BlackBerry devices which are perfect for a budget-focused user.

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Understanding graphene's electrical properties on an atomic level

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 12:19 PM PDT

For the first time, researchers have used a cutting-edge microscope to study the relationship between the atomic geometry of a ribbon of graphene and its electrical properties.

Guide to household water conservation provided by experts

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 12:19 PM PDT

Households can reduce water use substantially by simple actions such as installing more efficient appliances and changing day-to-day habits involving water consumption, experts explain in a new article. "As water availability is expected to become an increasingly urgent issue in the coming decades," they write, "it is heartening to find that substantial reductions in household water use are readily available to U.S. households."

Real price of steak: Comparing environmental costs of livestock-based foods

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 12:19 PM PDT

New research reveals the comparative environmental costs of livestock-based foods. While we are told that eating beef is bad for the environment, do we know its real cost? Are the other animal or animal-derived foods better or worse? New research compared the environmental costs of various foods and came up with some surprisingly clear results. The findings will hopefully not only inform individual dietary choices, authors say, but also those of governmental agencies that set agricultural and marketing policies.

Communication about female condom vital to young adults, researchers say

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 11:22 AM PDT

Communication researchers examine sexual health messages aimed at young college adults about the female condom. The first female condom was introduced in the U.S. in 1993, but drew little interest due to several reasons including mixed or negative portrayals in the media. The Food and Drug Administration approved the second version of the female condom in 2009.

Transiting exoplanet with longest known year: 704 Earth days

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 11:22 AM PDT

Astronomers have discovered a transiting exoplanet with the longest known year. Kepler-421b circles its star once every 704 days. In comparison, Mars orbits our Sun once every 780 days. Most of the 1,800-plus exoplanets discovered to date are much closer to their stars and have much shorter orbital periods.

Epigenetic tie to neuropsychiatric disorders found

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 11:22 AM PDT

Dysfunction in dopamine signaling profoundly changes the activity level of about 2,000 genes in the brain's prefrontal cortex and may be an underlying cause of certain complex neuropsychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia, according to scientists. This epigenetic alteration of gene activity in brain cells that receive this neurotransmitter showed for the first time that dopamine deficiencies can affect a variety of behavioral and physiological functions regulated in the prefrontal cortex.

Try, try again? Study says no: Trying harder makes it more difficult to learn some aspects of language, neuroscientists find

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 11:22 AM PDT

Neuroscientists find that trying harder makes it more difficult to learn some aspects of language. When it comes to learning languages, adults and children have different strengths. Adults excel at absorbing the vocabulary needed to navigate a grocery store or order food in a restaurant, but children have an uncanny ability to pick up on subtle nuances of language, sometimes speaking a second language like a native speaker within months. Brain structure plays an important role in this "sensitive period" for learning language, which is believed to end around adolescence.

Parents rank their obese children as 'very healthy'

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 11:21 AM PDT

Parents of obese children often do not recognize the potentially serious health consequences of childhood weight gain or the importance of daily physical activity in helping their child reach a healthy weight, a study shows. "Parents have a hard time changing their child's dietary and physical activity behaviors," said the study's lead author. "Our study tells us what factors may be associated with a parent's motivation to help their child become more healthy."

Chemists eye improved thin films with metal substitution

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 10:20 AM PDT

The yield so far is small, but chemists have developed a low-energy, solution-based mineral substitution process to make a precursor to transparent thin films that could find use in electronics and alternative energy devices.

Stem cells aid muscle repair, strengthening after resistance exercise

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:40 AM PDT

By injecting mesenchymal stem cells into mouse leg muscles prior to several bouts of eccentric exercise (similar to the lengthening contractions performed during resistance training in humans), researchers were able to increase the rate of repair and enhance the growth and strength of those muscles in the exercising mice.

Carbyne morphs when stretched: Calculations show carbon-atom chain would go metal to semiconductor

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:40 AM PDT

Applying just the right amount of tension to a chain of carbon atoms can turn it from a metallic conductor to an insulator. The research has implications for mechanically activated nanoscale electronics and optics.

Climate: Meat turns up the heat as livestock emit greenhouse gases

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:40 AM PDT

Eating meat contributes to climate change, due to greenhouse gasses emitted by livestock. New research finds that livestock emissions are on the rise and that beef cattle are responsible for far more greenhouse gas emissions than other types of animals. "That tasty hamburger is the real culprit," the lead researcher said. "It might be better for the environment if we all became vegetarians, but a lot of improvement could come from eating pork or chicken instead of beef."

Mental health issues in children with relatives who participated in manhunt after Boston Marathon

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:39 AM PDT

Children with relatives who were called upon to participate in the interagency manhunt following the Boston Marathon attack carried a particularly heavy mental health burden, according to a study that included surveys of Boston-area parents and other caretakers.

More than glitter: How gold nanoparticles easily penetrate cells, making them useful for delivering drugs

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:39 AM PDT

A special class of tiny gold particles can easily slip through cell membranes, making them good candidates to deliver drugs directly to target cells. Scientists can now explain how gold nanoparticles easily penetrate cells, making them useful for delivering drugs.

Mammals metabolize some pesticides to limit their biomagnification

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:39 AM PDT

The concentrations of many historically used, and now widely banned, pesticides and other toxic chemicals -- called legacy contaminants -- can become magnified in an animal that eats contaminated food. However, a new study has found that Arctic mammals metabolize some currently used pesticides, preventing such 'biomagnification.'

Insights into birds' migration routes

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:39 AM PDT

By tracking hybrids between songbird species, investigators have found that migration routes are under genetic control and could be preventing interbreeding. The research was conducted using geolocators that, like GPS, record the position of a bird and allow its long distance movement to be tracked.

New research links bad diet to loss of smell

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:39 AM PDT

Could stuffing yourself full of high-fat foods cause you to lose your sense of smell? A new study by neuroscientists says so, and it has researchers taking a closer look at how our diets could impact a whole range of human functions that were not traditionally considered when examining the impact of obesity.

Storm-triggered landslides: Examining causes of devastating debris flow

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:39 AM PDT

Storm-triggered landslides cause loss of life, property damage, and landscape alterations. For instance, the remnants of Hurricane Camille in 1969 caused 109 deaths in central Virginia, after 600 mm of rain fell in mountainous terrain in 6 hours. More recently, on 8 August 2010, a rainstorm-induced landslide devastated the Chinese county of Zhouqu, causing more than 1000 deaths. A new modeling study examines the multiple factors, both natural and human caused, that came together to produce this event.

Replacing coal, oil with natural gas will not help fight global warming, expert argues

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:39 AM PDT

Both shale gas and conventional natural gas have a larger greenhouse gas footprint than do coal or oil, especially for the primary uses of residential and commercial heating. "While emissions of carbon dioxide are less from natural gas than from coal and oil, methane emissions are far greater. Methane is such a potent greenhouse gas that these emissions make natural gas a dangerous fuel from the standpoint of global warming over the next several decades," said the author of a new article.

Process to purify water using seed extracts now simplified

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:38 AM PDT

Researchers have streamlined and simplified a process that uses extracts from seeds of Moringa oleifa trees to purify water, reducing levels of harmful bacteria by 90 percent to 99 percent. The hardy trees that are drought resistant are cultivated widely throughout many countries of Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

New meteorological insight into mid-level clouds

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:38 AM PDT

At medium altitudes ranging from 6,000 feet to 20,000 feet above mean sea level, water droplets in altocumulus clouds can remain in a supercooled liquid phase that cannot be reasonably resolved in current atmospheric models. New meteorological research characterizes mid-level, mixed phase altocumulus clouds in unprecedented detail.

Economic territory of Upper Palaeolithic groups is specified by flint

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:38 AM PDT

New research has determined, on the basis of the Ametzagaina site, in San Sebastian, the mobility patterns and management of lithic resources.

Genes that contribute to radiation resistance identified

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:38 AM PDT

Forty-six genes in Escherichia coli have been discovered that are necessary for its survival at exceptionally high levels of radiation, researchers report in a new article. "The research has revealed new pathways of cellular self-repair, including DNA pathways that in humans that may help protect us from cancer," says a corresponding author.

Seals forage at offshore wind farms

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:38 AM PDT

By using sophisticated GPS tracking to monitor seals' every movement, researchers have shown for the first time that some individual seals are repeatedly drawn to offshore wind farms and pipelines. Those human-made structures probably serve as artificial reefs and attractive hunting grounds, according to a study.

Science and art bring back to life 300-million-year-old specimens of a primitive reptile-like vertebrate

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:37 AM PDT

Paleontologists have recreated the cranial structure of a 308-million-year-old lizard-like vertebrate that could be the earliest example of a reptile and explain the origin of all vertebrates that belong to reptiles, birds and mammals.

Philosopher uses game theory to understand how words, actions acquire meaning

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 09:37 AM PDT

Why does the word "dog" have meaning? If you say "dog" to a friend, why does your friend understand you? A philosopher aims to address these types of questions in his latest research, which focuses on long-standing philosophical questions about semantic meaning. Philosophers and a mathematician are collaborating to use game theory to analyze communication and how it acquires meaning.

Described novel regulator of protein inactive in over 50 percent of human tumors

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:57 AM PDT

The interaction between HERC2 proteins with another protein called p53 is inactivated in more than half of human tumors, researchers have discovered. The study suggests that mutations in HERC2 also may be associated with cancer in humans. "In the laboratory we have observed that without HERC2 cells increases proliferation. It's the same effect as if they inactivated p53" says the lead author.

Mysterious dance of dwarf galaxies may force a cosmic rethink

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:04 AM PDT

The discovery that many small galaxies throughout the universe do not 'swarm' around larger ones like bees do but 'dance' in orderly disc-shaped orbits is a challenge to our understanding of how the universe formed and evolved. The researchers believe the answer may be hidden in some currently unknown physical process that governs how gas flows in the universe, although, as yet, there is no obvious mechanism that can guide dwarf galaxies into narrow planes.

Diagnostic criteria for Christianson Syndrome

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:04 AM PDT

A new study provides the most definitive characterization of the autism-like intellectual disability disorder Christianson Syndrome and provides the first diagnostic criteria to help doctors and families identify and understand the condition. Initial evidence suggests CS could affect tens of thousands of boys worldwide.

Missing sleep may hurt your memory

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:04 AM PDT

Lack of sleep, already considered a public health epidemic, can also lead to errors in memory, finds a new study that found participants deprived of a night’s sleep were more likely to flub the details of a simulated burglary they were shown in a series of images. "People who repeatedly get low amounts of sleep every night could be more prone in the long run to develop these forms of memory distortion," one researcher said. "It's not just a full night of sleep deprivation that puts them at risk."

Refined biological evolution model proposed

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:03 AM PDT

Models for the evolution of life try to clarify the long term dynamics of an evolving system of species. A recent model accounts for species' interactions with various degrees of symmetry, connectivity, and species abundance. This is an improvement on previous, simpler models, which apply random fitness levels to species. The findings demonstrate that the resulting replicator ecosystems do not appear to be a self-organized critical model, unlike the so-called Bak Sneppen model.

Brain waves show learning to read does not end in 4th grade, contrary to popular theory

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:03 AM PDT

Teachers-in-training have long been taught that fourth grade is when students stop learning to read and start reading to learn. But a new study tested the theory by analyzing brain waves and found that fourth-graders do not experience a change in automatic word processing, a crucial component of the reading shift theory. Instead, some types of word processing become automatic before fourth grade, while others don't switch until after fifth.

Human platelets successfully generated using next-generation bioreactor

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:03 AM PDT

A scalable, next-generation platelet bioreactor has been created to generate fully functional human platelets in vitro. The work is a major biomedical advancement that will help address blood transfusion needs worldwide.

New drug against malaria effective: Uses synchrotron light

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:01 AM PDT

The CD27 drug is a true alternative against malaria, researchers now report. They have analyzed the crystalline structure of the DNA with the drug by performing X-ray diffraction experiments at the ALBA synchrotron.

Technology tracks the elusive Nightjar

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:01 AM PDT

Bioacoustic recorders could provide us with vital additional information to help us protect rare and endangered birds such as the European nightjar, new research has shown. The study found that newly developed remote survey techniques were twice as effective at detecting rare birds as conventional survey methods.

Age-related macular degeneration occurs much earlier than previously assumed

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:01 AM PDT

Even individuals under the age of 50 years can suffer early forms of age-related macular degeneration, researchers say. With the help of their findings, the researchers were also able to gain insights into how frequently the various forms of age-related macular degeneration occur. On average, about 12 percent of the examined 35- to 74-year-olds had early stage AMD, but only 0.2 percent of the study participants exhibited symptoms of late stage AMD, which is often associated with severe visual impairment.

First study worldwide to show higher concentration of trace elements in bone cancer

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:01 AM PDT

In a study that is the only one of its kind worldwide, researchers have investigated the distribution of trace elements in the tissue of bone tumors. The result: tumor tissue contains higher concentrations of trace elements. This could represent a starting point for the development of targeted therapies for bone cancer.

Children as young as three recognize 'cuteness' in faces of people, animals

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:01 AM PDT

Children as young as three are able to recognize the same ‘cute’ infantile facial features in humans and animals which encourage caregiving behavior in adults, new research has shown. A study investigating whether youngsters can identify baby-like characteristics – a set of traits known as the ‘baby schema’ – across different species has revealed for the first time that even pre-school children rate puppies, kittens and babies as cuter than their adult counterparts.

Study examines incentives to increase medical male circumcision to help reduce risk of HIV in Kenya

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:00 AM PDT

Among uncircumcised men in Kenya, compensation in the form of food vouchers worth approximately U.S. $9 or $15, compared with lesser or no compensation, resulted in a modest increase in the prevalence of circumcision after 2 months, according to a study. "There was a significant increase in uptake among married and older participants, groups that have been harder to reach previously. The interventions also significantly increased the likelihood of circumcision uptake among participants at higher risk of acquiring HIV," the authors write.

Fecal transplants let packrats eat poison

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:00 AM PDT

Woodrats lost their ability to eat toxic creosote bushes after antibiotics killed their gut microbes. Woodrats that never ate the plants were able to do so after receiving fecal transplants with microbes from creosote-eaters, biologists found.

Circumcision does not promote risky behavior by African men, study finds

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 06:59 AM PDT

Men do not engage in riskier behaviors after they are circumcised, according to a study in Kenya. Three clinical trials have shown that male circumcision significantly reduces the risk of acquiring HIV in young African men. However, some experts have suggested that circumcision, if promoted as an HIV preventive, may increase promiscuity or decrease condom use. This 'risk compensation' could diminish the effectiveness of medical male circumcision programs.

Large twin study suggests that language delay due more to nature than nurture

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 06:59 AM PDT

A study of 473 sets of twins followed since birth found twins have twice the rate of language delay as do single-born children. Moreover, identical twins have greater rates of language delay than do non-identical twins, strengthening the case for the heritability of language.

When temperatures get cold, newly-discovered process helps fruit flies cope

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 06:59 AM PDT

Cold-blooded animals cannot regulate their body temperature, so their cells are stressed when facing temperature extremes. Worse still, even at slightly colder temperatures, some biological processes in the cell are slowed down more than others, which should throw the cells’ delicate chemical balance out of whack. Yet, those cells manage to keep their biological processes coordinated. Now researchers have found out how they do that.

Enzyme linked to Alzheimer’s disease

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 06:59 AM PDT

Unclogging the body’s protein disposal system may improve memory in patients with Alzheimer’s disease, according to researchers.

Healing the heart with fat? 18-HEPE might help, study suggests

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 06:59 AM PDT

Too much dietary fat is bad for the heart, but the right kind of fat keeps the heart healthy, according to a new paper. Scientists in Japan have shown that mice engineered to produce their own EPA are protected against heart disease and have improved cardiac function. One particular EPA metabolite, called 18-hydroxyeicosapentaenoic acid (18-HEPE), was required for this protection.

Sea level rising in western tropical Pacific anthropogenic as result of human activity, study concludes

Posted: 20 Jul 2014 05:43 PM PDT

Sea levels likely will continue to rise in the tropical Pacific Ocean off the coasts of the Philippines and northeastern Australia as humans continue to alter the climate, a study concludes. The study authors combined past sea level data gathered from both satellite altimeters and traditional tide gauges as part of the study. The goal was to find out how much a naturally occurring climate phenomenon called the Pacific Decadal Oscillation, or PDO, influences sea rise patterns in the Pacific. You are subscribed to email updates from Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily
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13 Tips for Improving Your PR Pitch to Editors and Journalists

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13 Tips for Improving Your PR Pitch to Editors and Journalists

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 04:30 PM PDT

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Advertising on social media has proven to be a lot more cost-efficient than placing ads through traditional media. It could be more effective, too.

But that doesn’t mean you should abandon the power of the traditional media. Instead, you can take advantage of your local media and other outlets by gaining some valuable and free publicity for your small business. And in some ways, your social media marketing and public relations efforts will work hand-in-hand.

To write the most effective press releases and make pitches to editors and journalists that will get them writing and talking about your business, you need the right approach. So we asked several media and public relations professionals for some advice.

Before you start dialing up your local newspaper or TV station or firing off emails looking for media coverage, check out the tips below. Make sure you’ve figured out your PR pitch.

Here are the tips our experts recommend:

Crafting Your Pitch Keep It Simple

Marie Alonso, an online marketing and media specialist with Miles Technologies tells Small Business Trends:

“Pitch the facts and the engagement opportunities for readers. Editors don’t want to review long paragraphs filled with rambling information. Pitches that are concise, and sharing just the facts, allow for an immediate engagement with the editor or reporter. Always think of the READER – not the editor or reporter. The reader is always the goal.”

Avoid Industry Jargon, Buzzwords

Write in straight forward language that’s easy to understand. This requires avoiding jargon and buzzwords that mean nothing outside your industry.  Amanda Eldridge, director of strategic channels at PR Newswire, adds in an email interview:

“Colorful language isn’t substantive, and can be a turn-off to journalists.”

Provide Interesting Data, Tips, Facts

Pitches with unusual facts or a numbered list of helpful tips help the writer come up with an interesting story angle, says Eldridge.

In the news business, timeliness is critical, our experts agree. Getting your message out at the right time — and giving reporters time to prepare — will increase the likelihood your public relations pitch will be heard above others.

Keep It Timely

The timely pitch will be the pitch editors act upon. Connect your news to current events or reactions to a recent report or study. Find ways to make your pitch relevant  and timely to create a sense of urgency, suggests Alonso. Capitalize on news of the day and ways to boost your pitch with timely, educational or even entertaining tidbits that allow editors to not only cover your news, services or activities, but, more importantly, utilize your news to create a bigger story!

Be Proactive AND Creative

Sometimes a successful pitch requires a certain amount of creativity…and a willingness to go the extra mile to help journalists construct their story. American University School of Communication Assistant Professor Gemma Puglisi tells Small Business Trends:

“Send the reporter spokespeople they can contact for major stories that apply to a client. Let’s say the story is about the heat/weather. And let’s say your small business is a boutique. As the owner, you could talk about what is appropriate to wear for the office … and outside the workplace.”

Give A Head’s Up

Help journalists plan ahead by providing advance notice of upcoming events. If you’re pitching an event or have a specific timeline for when you need coverage, don’t wait until the week of the event, says Eldridge. Journalists often plan their content in advance with an editorial calendar.

Don’t Overhype

Finally, Eldridge suggests, do not create a false sense of urgency in order to get noticed. Harassing journalists for an immediate response will only serve to paint you as an unreliable and often excitable source.

Connecting with the Right Person

Now that you’ve got a solid pitch to dangle before editors and reporters, our experts concur that getting heard by the right people is key. This prevents you from being a pest to journalists that don’t cover your type of story and also keeps you from wasting time making pitches to them.

Identify the Right Writer

Business owners should take the time to compile a list of journalists who only cover the types of news or topics they are pitching, suggests Eldridge. This will let them know who to pitch their story to when the time comes.

Know Who You’re Pitching

This has always been the rule for pitching, says Puglisi. More than just having the reporter be a name on a list, read stories the reporter has covered. Be sure to mention specific examples of similar types of stories they, or their news outlet, have written in the past. Then explain why your story would fit into the mix.

Personalize Your Email Pitches

The editor or journalist you are pitching to is not just a faceless media representative waiting to do your bidding by writing a story from your latest press release. That person is a human being with his or her own wants, needs, point of view and agenda. So make sure you connect as a human being and acknowledge their part in the equation. After all, without their help, your news will not get out. Mention a tweet of theirs you recently read or an article they recently wrote, Eldridge says. Introduce yourself before stating the nature of your story. Then explain why you’re contacting them in a brief, succinct message.

Following Up

Of course, once you’ve got interest from a member of the media or a news outlet, your actions in following up and being responsive to media requests are just as important.

Be Available

Remember, you are on their time, Eldridge stresses. Though you may not grab their attention at first, they may need you later down the road. And when that happens, be ready. When they call, answer. Whatever they need, get it.

In journalism, reporters are taught the “afterglow effect.” It refers to the value of information you glean from a source after the interview has essentially ended and everyone is less guarded. The same can be said for cultivating relationships with reporters and editors and getting more attention for your small business in the future.

Connect Socially

Channels such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google Plus can help you build relationships with local and national journalists and editors simply by replying to a tweet or status update. Having a journalist recognize your name can be a major advantage in getting your pitch chosen over another, says Eldridge.

Share their content with industry peers on social media or reference articles in a blog post. This shows that you share an interest in similar topics and that you are familiar with the journalist’s work.

Maintain the Relationship

The relationship doesn’t stop after you’ve had your news covered. How a brand interacts with journalists or media outlets after a story is reported could help or hurt future outreach just as much as the initial pitch does. A short email thanking the journalist is courteous, as is sharing their post (and other posts) on your social media channels, says Eldridge.

We hope you’ve found these tips helpful. In an era of social media when everyone has their own mini news outlets, it’s easy to forget how powerful external press coverage can be. Often times, getting this coverage simply requires the right approach and a bit of planning.

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5 Likeability Lessons Learned From LeBron James

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 02:30 PM PDT

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LeBron James surprised and thrilled his hometown fans in his choice to move back to his humble roots in Akron, Ohio to play for the Cavs. His bold decision generated unprecedented positive media coverage and gave an immediate booster shot to his personal brand.

As the best basketball player on the NBA league and the most recognizable athlete on the globe, James’ revised decision could offer some useful career lessons on making a career change and on how to improve your reputation when you change your mind.

The front page of the WSJ cheered his return to Cleveland as a ‘second coming’ and James said that his relationship to Ohio was “bigger than basketball.” He admitted to the world that his departure from Cleveland was a mistake and he doesn’t hold a grudge for the slanderous attacks assailed at him by the Cavs owner and the fans he slighted. He learned from his experience in Miami how to be a “better player” and was true to his feelings about wanting to raise his children in the Midwest.

LeBron’s revised decision has likeability lessons for business owners and employees across all industries.

Humility

If you admit to your mistakes and do it with sincerity, it could demonstrate your confidence and your willingness to grow. James showed humility by publicly acknowledging that his choice was not an easy one because his wife and mom still felt spurned by fans who attacked him for his earlier choice to leave Cleveland.

His decision to leave Miami and return to Cleveland was based on his firm belief that Northeast Ohio would be a good environment to raise his growing family. Regarding his sentiment towards those who ridiculed him for leaving James said, “Who am I to hold a grudge?”

This statement makes him more likable as it shows he recognizes his own fallibility and his emotional maturity. In a subtle way, James communicates to his fans that he too is imperfect and experiences frailty – and is lucky to have achieved the fame he has.

Gratitude

James acknowledged in a press release that he missed the town and the people who made him famous.

Don’t be Afraid to Change Your Mind

LeBron made a pivot in his career as swift as the ones he makes on the basketball court with his feet. He adeptly improved his image in Cleveland by being contrite. Based on his praise for Cleveland, the Cavs, his old fans and expressing his need to have left in order to appreciate what he had – his fans now see a different side to “The King.”

He now will be known not only for his exceptional gift as a basketball player but as a relatable, likable guy who cares about his family, appreciates his fans and remembers the place and the people who helped make him famous. There’s no shame in changing your mind. In fact, sometimes people will respect you more when you show accountability for your life choices.

Forgive Those Who Come Around

Let’s face it, most people who turn around and return to their previous employer may not be as well received as LeBron James. After all, he put Cleveland on the map for seven glorious years and in his departure, Cleveland hit a real low in their basketball ranking.

But the lesson everyone can learn from forgiving someone who made a reversal is that there is often more to gain in letting go of the past than to holding onto a poor situation. If the person has changed and has redeemed himself, you might stand to benefit more from giving him a second chance. Don’t stubbornly hold onto a position based on principle. Evaluate the situation and assess what the advantages could be for letting someone back into your firm (or into your life) if she really shows sincerity and is capable of making a contribution.

Don’t Burn Bridges

James’ PR agent did a brilliant job in assisting him with his career transition. His remarks were tactful. He expressed gratitude for his current employer and acknowledged his positive feelings about their city and the experience he had there. His favorable remarks allow him to move forward without burning any bridges.

James said he learned from his experience of living four years in Miami about how to be a better player and discovered what really mattered to him in life. LeBron equated his stint with the Miami Heat to a “college experience.”

“These past four years helped raise me into who I am. I became a better player and a better man. I learned from a franchise that had been where I wanted to go. I will always think of Miami as my second home. Without the experiences I had there, I wouldn’t be able to do what I’m doing today.” All of James’ comments show appreciation for his current employer. This approach could minimize hard feelings and limit the negative press around leaving that could damage the good will attached to his name.

Lebron’s career change has been positively received in that he focused on ideas, which made him more relatable. He showed vulnerability and conviction for holding fast to his values which focused on giving back to his hometown and finishing his career in a place where his family could thrive. From this, we could learn that you can always change your course if you realize there’s a better way, or superior options, that you might have overlooked earlier on.

There’s no shame in admitting you’ve made a mistake. In fact, you might even gain more respect for taking ownership of your life choices. For those who consider holding onto a job or to a position fearing embarrassment or retribution, you may later regret not taking the risk to reach for the opportunity that is a better fit.

There’s no glory in continuing on a path where you’re unfulfilled, stifled or unhappy in your personal life. Changing your mind requires strong self-esteem and is sometimes necessary in order to find a more satisfying career and a place where you’ll feel more in your element. What’s right at one stage of your life may not be right for another stage.

Learn from LeBron to be flexible and adaptable and hopefully you too will find others receptive to your new position. And above all, even if you’re the best in the world – it takes time to become a champion and build a winning team.

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Twitter Now Offers Analytics Even to Those Who Don’t Buy Ads

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 12:30 PM PDT

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While brands that advertise on Twitter have long had access to analytics within Twitter’s ad platform, now the rest of us get our hands on the good stuff too.

Twitter recently announced that all “advertisers, Twitter Card publishers, and verified users” now have access to these rich analytics. Here’s what a Twitter Card is, in case you were wondering:

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There’s some great data here.

First, you can see how many impressions a single tweet reached, as well as the number and percentage of engagements. And then you can get data that compares to last month. So perhaps your retweets might be up 43% this month over last, while your link clicks are down 17%. You can also learn whether tweets over a few days old are still gathering impressions, for example.

So What Does This Data Do for YOU?

Analytics are nice, but what’s the point of all this information? Well, if used correctly, it can help you strategize your Twitter efforts, increase engagement, and grow your follower base.

Pay attention to those engagement numbers. That’s where the gold is. If a tweet about a free ebook got a decent number of retweets, shares, clicks, or comments, those are the types of tweets you want more of. So you can build that in to future updates. Those that didn’t see any activity, well, you don’t have to repeat those again.

You can also:

View Twitter performance in real time. See how many Retweets, replies, favorites, follows, link clicks, and embedded media clicks each Tweet received. Export performance metrics into a CSV file. Twitter’s a Team Player

Twitter’s trying to help businesses leverage the social site as well. In the official post on the Twitter Advertizing Blog announcing the new feature, Buster Benson, Analytics Product Manager explains:

“…we saw that brands that tweet two to three times per day can typically reach an audience size that’s equal to 30% of their follower base during a given week.”

So this tells you that tweeting multiple times a day can help you reach more people. That’s really valuable when your time to tweet is limited, and you’re not sure whether more actually equals better. Using the analytics, you can determine what frequency is ideal for your audience, as well as what time of day helps you have the biggest impact.

It’s certainly a benefit to small business users that Twitter is no longer withholding great tools and data like this from non-advertisers.

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What Documents Do You Need to Form an LLC?

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 10:00 AM PDT

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The Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a popular legal entity for small businesses, since it gives business owners liability protection and pass-through tax status, while keeping the business formalities and paperwork to a minimum.

The LLC is a relatively new business structure in the U.S. While each state has its own guidelines for forming and managing an LLC, they all follow the same general principles.

If you need to form an LLC for your business, you’ll typically need to put together two documents:

Articles of Organization Operating Agreement 1: Articles of Organization (Mandatory)

The Articles of Organization is the legal foundation for your LLC and is required by every state. It outlines the basic information for your business, including:

Your Business’ Name

While this is relatively straightforward, you do need to make sure that your name doesn’t conflict with the name of another business already registered in the state.

Your Business’ Purpose

In most states, you don’t need to be specific about your purpose. A template statement like “to engage in any lawful activity under state law for a limited liability company” will suffice.

Your Business’ Principal Place of Business

This is the main location for your business.

Your Business’ Registered Agent

This is the entity who will receive official papers and legal documents on behalf of your business. This includes renewal notices from the state and any documents related to lawsuits. The registered agent must be located in the state where your LLC is registered and must have a physical street address. If you prefer not to use your own/business address as the registered agent, you can use a Registered Agent service to handle this for you.

Your Business’ Management Structure

Most states require that you specify your management structure: Single manager, more than one manager, all members are managers. You may also need to provide the names and addresses for each of the managers.

Your Business’ Duration

Not all states require you to specify how long your LLC will operate. You can choose to say “perpetual” and not give a specific end date. A few states set a statutory limit on the duration (usually a few decades). You can always extend your LLC for longer if it’s still in business when you hit the end of the period.

In most cases, you can simply fill in the blanks for the above information, sign the form, and file it with the state. The Certificate you receive from the state should be kept with your Registered Agent or another safe spot.

2. Operating Agreement (Should Have)

The Operating Agreement is not required by most states, but it’s highly suggested, particularly for multi-member LLCs. While the Articles of Operation outlines your business’ basic information, the Operating Agreement defines your business’ key financial and functional decisions.

If there is more than one member, it is important to define how key business decisions will be made, how profits and losses will be distributed, and what happens when someone wants out of the business. Once members sign the document, it becomes an official, binding contract. While the Operating Agreement is not mandated by state law, it’s an essential document to keep your business running smoothly and prevent complications, even lawsuits, down the road.

The specific issues you include in your LLC operating agreement depend on your particular situation and business type. However, most agreements include the following:

Members’ Percentages of Ownership

LLC members are free to divide up ownership in any way they choose.

How Profits and Losses Will be Distributed

In addition to defining the ownership interests, you also need to define how the LLC’s profits and losses will be distributed among members. In most cases, this will match the percentage of ownership (i.e. if you own 50% of the business, you’ll get 50% of its profits and losses).

However, the LLC does give you the flexibility to make the distributive shares different than ownership percentage (this is a key way the LLC differs from a corporation structure).

Voting Rights

How will important management decisions be made? Will each member get a vote that corresponds to his/her percentage interest in the business or will you use per capita voting (one member = one vote)? Do decisions require a majority vote or a unanimous decision?

How the LLC Can be Dissolved

When you are just starting a business, you don’t always think about how it will end, but it’s a smart idea to outline what happens if one owner dies or wants out of the LLC.

You need these two documents when you start your LLC, but you will also be required to file an annual/biennial report with the state (although a few states don’t require this at all). This document typically includes the basic information laid out in your Articles of Organization to ensure the state has current information on your members, address, etc.

It’s a simple form, but is absolutely critical to making sure your business remains in good standing and you continue to have liability protection.

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TaskRabbit Switches Business Models

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 07:30 AM PDT

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It’s interesting how we’ve decentralized so many services. No longer do we have to hire a taxi to take us to the airport, punch buttons trying to schedule a repairman to come fix a hole in the wall, or shell out what a moving service charges.

TaskRabbit is one of the companies leveraging this crowdsourcing trend. Essentially, the site connects people willing to do things like help people move, clean houses, repair things, or help with other personal tasks people need to get done. While the company has been in business since 2008 and expanded to 19 cities globally, the model wasn’t perfect.

A Work in Progress

Up until recently, the site operated on a bidding system:

1. You visit the site and post a job.

2. You wait and receive bids from service providers.

3. You choose the one that best fits what you want.

Apparently, that model wasn’t working for the brand, which is on track to bring in 2.5 million new clients this year. After in-depth research and analysis of its London operations — as well as ample feedback from users — TaskRabbit decided to tweak its service to offer one-click hiring that takes the waiting for bids out of the equation.

Taskers (those taking on the jobs) now post their hourly rate so that Clients can easily see how much a task will cost and how long it will take to complete.

Too Many Projects, Not Enough Time

Additionally, TaskRabbit realized that there were simply too many tasks for its Taskers to handle, so it came up with an innovative algorithm that matches users on both sides of the platform for the best fit. In an email interview Johnny Brackett, PR Lead at TaskRabbit told Small Business Trends:

“We had to change the product because demand (task posting) was outpacing what we could efficiently match with our supply (i.e., our Taskers). We saw that our Taskers were spending up to two hours a week just browsing through tasks to bid on. In recent months, it became evident that the current product was not efficiently matching Clients who needed something done with the most appropriate Tasker for the job.”

Other Improvements

Given that there are over 25,000 Taskers using the platform, with 10 percent doing it as a full-time job and 75 percent relying on the brand to pay their bills, it was smart of TaskRabbit to listen to both Taskers and clients in its brand pivot. Taskers now have better communication and scheduling tools, as well as user-friendly mobile apps.

TaskRabbit is also providing peace of mind to both sides of the equation with $1 million in insurance coverage.

While there has been some initial frustration from long-time users with the new system, which launched last week, here’s hoping the new platform is a success.

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Don’t Forget to Write a Business Plan

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 05:00 AM PDT

Some entrepreneurship advocates have suggested that would-be entrepreneurs abandon the writing of business plans. In the fast-paced world of entrepreneurship, business plans are obsolete, they say. To these observers, entrepreneurs are better off just acting, pivoting when they get something wrong, rather than taking the time to write plans.

But, before you give up on the idea of writing a business plan, you should consider the multitude of benefits that business plans provide. Careful academic research shows that writing a business plan helps entrepreneurs to turn their business ideas into reality, more than doubling the odds that those beginning the start-up process will progress to becoming owners of up-and-running companies.

Writing business plans also helps entrepreneurs to create more successful companies. Writing plans accelerates product development, permits faster organization of businesses, improved access to financing, and quicker sales, academic research reveals. In particular, writing plans before initiating marketing improves start-up company performance.

Writing a business plan offers four benefits. First, it helps you to develop a strong business concept. Writing a plan forces you to ask critical questions about your business idea. It challenges you to confirm your beliefs about your products and markets and to understand your competitors’ strengths and weaknesses.

It also pushes you to look at the connections between the components of your business and put them together in a logical way. In particular, writing a plan forces you to verify your assumptions about the relationships between costs and revenues.

Business planning encourages you to create financial models of your businesses under different scenarios, which will help you to see how likely you are to achieve your goals. Subjecting your business concept to this kind of critical evaluation allows you to refine your business idea more cheaply than you can after you have opened up shop.

Second, writing a plan helps you to make better business decisions and to execute them more effectively. A business plan doesn’t just set your goals; it also offers your road map for achieving them. Because you put your objectives down on paper when you write a plan, the document can serve as a benchmarking tool, allowing you to see where your business meets and falls below your expectations over time. As a result, writing a business plan helps you to understand where to change and where to double down on what you’re doing.

Third, writing a business plan forces you to set deadlines and commit to choices. Unlike when you work for someone else, as an entrepreneur you have no boss checking up on you. By putting your timelines and decisions down on paper, you can make promises to yourself. This will help you become better organized and more likely to stay on track.

Finally, writing a business plan helps you to communicate your business idea to others. When a supplier, customer or prospective employee asks you about your business, you can give them an overview. Moreover, having a written business plan helps you to persuade key stakeholders to support your business because it signals the seriousness of your effort. You can also judge how well you are explaining your business concept by seeing if your stakeholders understand your plan. And if you are founding a business with others, writing a business plan together will help ensure that the group is in agreement about the idea and the future plans for the development of the company.

If you are starting a company, don’t skip the step of writing a business plan. At first it might seem as if the time you devote could be better spent on other things. But you are more likely to succeed if you write a plan than if you don’t.

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Entrepreneurial Monks Launch Brewery to Keep the Abbey Open

Posted: 21 Jul 2014 02:30 AM PDT

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When the Trappist monks at St. Joseph’s Abbey in Massachusetts realized the jellies and jams they had been selling would soon no longer pay the bills, they needed an innovative solution. Their response was to get entrepreneurial. So they chose what might seem like an unconventional opportunity for monks: Brewing beer.

Prior to opening the Spencer Brewery, the monks at St. Joseph’s Abbey cooked and packaged jams and jellies under the Trappist Preserves label for over 60 years. But a few years ago, the monks realized that their expenses were rising faster than their income from selling jam.

One of the monks brought up brewing as a possible business. They got the blessing of the abbot and then began visiting Trappist breweries throughout Europe to gather data.

Though not uncommon in other parts of the world, the result is the first brewery run by monks in the U.S. In fact, European monks have brewed beer since at least the eighth century, possibly even earlier. So it actually almost seemed like a natural fit for the monks to start this venture.

It is tradition for monks to be self-supporting and to provide charitable assistance to others in the community. To do this, they normally produce their own goods and sell them to the public. So that concept isn’t a new one.

The brewery officially opened earlier this year. Its Spencer Trappist Ale is “a full-bodied, golden hued ale with fruity accents, a dry finish and light hop bitterness,” according to the brewery’s website. Their beer, along with the novelty of it being the first of its kind in the country, could potentially lead to a lot of success for the monks of St. Joseph’s Abbey.

But the monks are more worried about the impact their beer can have, both on their charitable efforts in the community and on the environment. Because of that, they make sure the brewery’s practices are environmentally sustainable and in keeping with their faith and traditions.

Friar Isaac told CNN:

“We really brew on the practical level to sustain a way of life. Plus it brightens up Sunday suppers.”

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News da Caorle

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INCONTRI CON I CITTADINI
A San Giorgio di Livenza


Giovedì 24 luglio 2014 alle ore 20.30 presso la Delegazione Comunale di S. Giorgio di Livenza, l'Amministrazione comunale di Caorle organizza una riunione pubblica con i cittadini interessati avente per soggetto principale l'opera del "Collegamento della fognatura nera di S. Giorgio di Livenza e di Cà Cottoni e collegamento all'impianto di depurazione di Caorle".
Saranno esposti, in particolare, i principali elementi del progetto e l'aggiornamento degli stessi in merito alla logistica e all'organizzazione dei lavori riguardanti l'importante intervento.
All'incontro saranno presenti il Vice Sindaco Alessandra Zusso, l'Assessore ai Lavori Pubblici Giovanni Comisso e il funzionario del Comune di Caorle Enzo Lazzarin.

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"LA MAGICA VALLE VECCHIA"
martedì 29 luglio 2014


Il progetto "Turismo Ambientale nel Veneto Orientale - Città di Caorle" proposto da "Dimensione Cultura", organizza un nuovo evento: "La magica Valle Vecchia" nella giornata di martedì 29 luglio 2014.
Si tratta di una presentazione della realtà naturalistica di Valle Vecchia, della laguna di Caorle e dei fiumi che vi sfociano e che comprenderà una visita guidata a piedi nell'area della pineta e della spiaggia con aperitivo finale al tramonto.
L'evento avrà questi tempi e caratteristiche: Ritrovo presso il parcheggio della Brussa alle ore 17.45 - Durata escursione: 3 ore circa - Max. partecipanti: 30 - In caso di maltempo, il programma subirà variazioni.
Si partecipa in forma gratuita ma è necessaria la prenotazione contattando: info@dimensionecultura.com, oppure 349 4008835.

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IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA
definito il programma

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È programmata a Caorle, per giovedì 24 luglio 2014, l'opera lirica "Il Barbiere di Siviglia", il capolavoro di Gioacchino Rossini che sarà rappresentato in piazza Vescovado con inizio alle ore 21:15.
Ieri, lunedì 21 luglio, nella Sala di Rappresentanza del Comune di Caorle si è svolta una conferenza stampa, presente l'Assessore al Turismo Francesco Gusso, il Maestro concertante e direttore Alfredo Barchi e la coordinatrice del progetto Loretta Del Zotto.
L'incontro è servito per definire i particolari dello spettacolo. E l'incognita più rilevante è il tempo atmosferico. Le previsioni infatti sono piuttosto negative per cui è stato deciso che giovedì mattina sarà data comunicazione ufficiale se lo spettacolo si terrà nella suggestiva platea di piazza Vescovado o piuttosto, al coperto, in questo caso al PalaExpomar di via Aldo Moro.
Come già informato con un precedente comunicato, i posti a sedere saranno 600; l'ingresso sarà gratuito ma bisognerà comunque essere in possesso di un biglietto d'entrata.
Procurarsi il biglietto sarà semplicissimo. Basterà presentarsi nel luogo di rappresentazione alle ore 20.00 di giovedì 24 luglio (l'opera inizierà alle ore 21.15) e richiedere il tagliando all'organizzazione; dopo di ché si potrà prendere posto.

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La nostra idea di scuola

Nel corso della conferenza stampa di lunedì 21 luglio, abbiamo presentato la nostra idea di scuola. Leggi le nostre proposte.

Le proposte sono il frutto di una lunga discussione che abbiamo promosso tra tutto il personale della scuola (dirigenti, docenti e ATA a tempo indeterminato e a tempo determinato). Una discussione che si è espressa in numerosissime assemblee e incontri, in un confronto aperto con possibilità di contraddittorio diretto. Arricchito poi anche sul web attraverso lettere e messaggi. Un vero cantiere di lavoro.

Siamo un sindacato che parla e discute con chi rappresenta e dunque conosce la realtà del lavoro; siamo un sindacato che si confronta con gli studenti e con i tanti attori sociali e istituzionali. Per cambiare bisogna conoscere i sistemi che si vogliono riformare. Bisogna stimolare protagonismo e idee innovative senza delle quali il cambiamento rischia di tradursi in un semplice auspicio o in imposizione autoritaria.

Sulla scuola si sono dette e scritte troppe banalità e luoghi e comuni, quando non palesi falsità, come sull’orario di lavoro dei docenti, del quale si calcola solo la lezione in aula e non anche tutto il lavoro, collegiale e individuale, funzionale alle attività didattiche: il cosiddetto lavoro sommerso. E allora, dati alla mano, dimostriamo che nella scuola italiana si lavora come e forse più degli altri Stati, ma si guadagna molto, molto meno. Gli esiti della ricerca condotta da FLC e CGIL.

La FLC CGIL accetta la sfida del cambiamento ma senza subalternità a impostazioni che prefigurano una scuola meno inclusiva e più condizionata da logiche economiche.

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Graduatorie di istituto e anomalie del modello B. Le indicazioni del MIUR

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