London mayor tried to convince Apple to sponsor 'Garden Bridge' project

Article Image London mayor Boris Johnson reportedly flew to San Francisco in February 2013 in hopes Apple would sponsor the city’s “Garden Bridge,” a proposed pedestrian walkway spanning the River Thames.

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NYC Schools to Teach Kids to Code


New York Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday announced his computer learning initiative, requiring that every student in the city’s public schools be exposed to computer literacy training at every grade level within 10 years. The program will cost some $81 million over the next decade. The mayor expects to receive at least half of that from private sources, including the initiative’s founding partners, the Solomon Wilson Family Foundation, the Robin Hood Foundation and the AOL Charitable Foundation.

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New York City will soon end its school cell phone ban

Originally promised during his mayoral campaign, Mayor Bill de Blasio reiterated that the school cellphone ban will be lifted soon. No firm date for the ban lift was given, though students and parents are happy at the news.

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