Chief Technology Officer of the United States

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    living to that age today," contends Jack Uldrich, a technology trend expert. "We 're already printing skin, kidneys, a replica of a beating human heart. If a person loses a limb, we 'll be able to print, layer by layer, a replacement. It 's theoretically possible."(CNBC News) Another way in which creation through technology can be used is in the use of programing and coding to create even more technology. A quote that supports this is : There is merit in school students learning coding. We live in a digital world where computer programs underlie everything from business, marketing, aviation, science and medicine, to name several disciplines. During a recent presentation at a radio station, one of our hosts said that IT would have been better background for his career in radio than journalism….There is also a strong case to be made that... future prosperity will depend on delivering advanced services and digital technology, and that programming will be essential to this end. Computer…

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    Chief Information Officer and Chief Technology Officer “Chief information officer (CIO) is an executive job title given to the person in charge of information technology (IT) strategy and the computer systems required to support an enterprise's objectives and goals” (Six Qualities of a World-Class). CIOs in healthcare must be passionate about transforming healthcare, and it inspires those around them with the ability to lead and mentor others. “As healthcare CIOs help to translate the value of…

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    In this article he discusses the acceptance, or lack of acceptance of the Common Core in Las Vegas, Nevada. As an education reporter he was assigned to cover the state legislature when discussing Common Core. Proponents and critics faced off in a ten hour showdown on the merits of Common Core. For state assemblyman Harvey Munford, the Common Core represents yet another stab at reforming public education over the decades. Munford said he’s uncertain any academic standard would miraculously boost…

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    The Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy expand on the best of existing standards and mirror the skills and information students will need to succeed in school, vocation, and life. Seeing how the standards contrast from past standards and the vital movements they call for is crucial to actualizing the standards well. This is my second year implementing the Common Core ELL standards. I did as such by planning a rich educational module and dealing with my classroom in…

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    March 6, 1875 a court verdict that will preside in infamy, the verdict of the Dred Scott versus John Sandford Supreme Court case. Dred Scott, a once enslaved African-American man who then moved with his wife to Illinois, a free state or one in which slavery is illegal. By virtue of not being allowed to purchase land undeterred by the fact that under state legislation he was a free man, Dred Scott attempted to sue in a federal court. The chief justice in this case was Chief Justice Roger B Taney,…

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    Life in America is shaped by the decisions of the Supreme Court. Those tasked with deciding on the cases brought to the highest court in the land are some of the most intelligent legal minds our nation can offer. Even more so, those few men who have been given the task of guiding the court are some of history’s prominent figures. Two men in particular, Earl Warren and William Rehnquist ruled the American legal and political scene for nearly 35 years. Warren, serving from 1953-1969, presided over…

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    After the retirement of chief justice Warren, justice burger was next in line to take his position, thus entering the era of the Roberts court. Justice Burger, a conservative figure, held moderate ideologies views pertaining to black issues, but felt the need to somewhat detach from all back issues, a symbol of the conservative "retrenchment" promised by President Richard Nixon in the 1968 election At the time of this transition, as the political climate of the United States began to slowly…

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    Richard Nixon became the 37th president of the United States of America in 1969. President Nixon decided to declare his War On Drugs in 1971 because he felt that hippies and black people were the greatest hindrances to his presidency. Nixon’s War On Drugs has destroyed and continues to destroy a lot of blacks families lives American because either one or both parents are serving outrageously sentences behind bars; therefore a lot of their children have a greater deal of difficulty in advancing…

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    Cruzan v Director, Missouri Department of Health, was a landmark United States Supreme Court decision. This became the first of the “right to die” cases heard by the Court. It brought forth the question: do people maintain a private, personal right to choose when to end their life? This case would spark national debate and an increased interest in “living wills”. Nancy Beth Cruzan was 25 years old when she was involved in a automobile accident in 1983 that left her unresponsive to outside…

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    During the 20th century, The United States suffered from many issues, including war, economic depression, lack of equal rights, and unstable foreign relations. During this time, Franklin D. Roosevelt was president for almost twelve years, essentially four terms, from 1933-1945. Ronald Regan served two terms from 1981-1989. Franklin D. Roosevelt went into office when the country was in the midst of an economic panic, and Regan also was inaugurated into office while the US was experiencing…

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