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@daniel “Very encouraging… But kindly have him @Michael_CXT in your team… I guess he can do more graphic wonders 4 you Sir. @herbyb “I have so much believed in you while we were in the university your simple touch for graphic designs as brought you to this stageI celebrate you my brother and I’m happy to have worked with you while I was the Students Union Gensec Funaab is proud of you At the same time Tom Kavanaugh of Kavanaugh’s Sylvan Lake Resort said: "There is no evidence that starting school before Labor Day will improve education"General Manager Jerry Hammer of the Minnesota State Fair added that students miss one educational opportunity the fair to attend classes"We’re in the same business" Hammer said about the fair and schools’ education missionThe debate is nearly an annual one at the Minnesota Legislature Many school districts argue in favor of allowing boards to make the decision about when to start while those in resort areas in particular say early starts hurt their economyThis year Rep Ron Kresha R-Little Falls sponsors a bill to allow a start before Labor Day 2015 only Rep Kim Norton D-Rochester has a bill allowing pre-Labor Day starts but bans classes on the Thursday and Friday before Labor DayAfter Tuesday testimony in front of the House Education Innovation Policy Committee Chairwoman Sondra Erickson R-Princeton said a vote on Kresha’s bill will come during a later meeting and the Norton bill will be held for possible inclusion in a larger education packageIn general state law prohibits schools opening before Labor Day but there are exceptions"Let’s put this in the hands of our elected officials" Kresha said about school board membersRep Bud Nornes R-Fergus Falls worried that many schools do not have air conditioning and an early start would result in hot classrooms"The later we start is healthier and better for the kids" he saidNorton said that she would expect districts with resorts that hire students and those without air conditioning would opt for a later start Neither bill requires an early startHammer and Kavanaugh focused on the economic impact of early school"The Minnesota State Fair is one of the largest events in the world." Hammer said "If early school start becomes the norm the fair will be diminished"He said that the fair hires many students from the Twin Cities for its 10-day run young people who would not be available if school starts earlier When school has been allowed to begin before Labor Day Hammer said the 4-H building was closed in the middle of the fair because the students were in classesKavanaugh told the committee that tourism employs 250000 people in the state 11 percent of the workforce and pays 17 percent of the state sales taxAn early start he said would cost the state revenue and force lawmakers to decide whether to cut programs such as social services Ironically he added it also could cut school revenuesHammer reached back to 1902 to prove that the fair is a valuable education tool That is when the St Paul and Minneapolis schools released a document saying that the fair provides double the educational opportunity of a classroomIDEAS The Aspen Institute is an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington DC 1 Throwing money at missile defense wont fix it By Stefan Soesanto in Defense One 2 Most American millennials dont believe in capitalism How do we fix that By Rana Foroohar in Time 3 Can we 3-D print a made-to-measure wheelchair By Kristin Hohenadel in Slate 4 If we dont want Zika to explode across the globe we should move or delay the Olympic games By Amir Attaran in the Harvard Public Health Review 5 This ultimate piece of wearable tech will change vision privacy and even medical treatment By Mike Elgan in Computer World The Aspen Institute is an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington DC Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsPresident Obama is tiptoeing carefully through the minefield that is the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria So far he has been surefooted if tentative But one false step could mortally wound the final two years of his time in office He knows it the Pentagon knows itand you can bet that ISIS knows it The challenge is to make sure the American public knows it if ISIS becomes even more depraved (which is admittedly hard to believe) Last week featured ISIS’s brutality on display first with the release of a video purporting to show the murder by fire of Jordanian 1st Lt Moaz al-Kasasbeh and then with the claim that US hostage Kayla Mueller had been killed by Jordanian bombs dropped by Amman’s F-16s in retaliation for the Jordanian F-16 pilot’s killing Jordan has stepped up its bombing of ISIS targets since the militants killed the pilot reporting 56 air raids in three days The United Arab Emirates which had suspended its air strikes following al-Kasasbeh’s capture has deployed warplanes to Jordan following his murder ISIS’s brutality has “galvanized the coalition unified the coalition” retired Marine general John Allen now the Obama Administration’s anti-ISIS chief told ABC’s This Week on Sunday But what if the murdered pilot had been an American The anti-ISIS fervor that has gripped Jordan since the video’s release would pale alongside congressional denunciations of Obama’s steady-as-she-goes policy to “degrade and destroy” ISIS Cable-news commentators would crank up the heat demanding retribution As satisfying as such rants might be they play into ISIS’s hands “If we want to fight terrorism effectively we must realize that nothing the terrorists do can defeat us” Yuval Noah Harari a historian at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem wrote over the weekend in Britain’s Guardian newspaper “We are the only ones who can defeat ourselves if we overreact in a misguided way to terrorist provocations” That’s the trap ISIS has set for Washington Given the white-hot rhetoric that Republicans regularly hurl at Obama it could work “Too often what’s missing here in Washington is a sense of perspective” Susan Rice the national security adviser said Friday The threat ISIS and groups like it pose “are not of the existential nature we confronted during World War II or during the Cold War” she said “We cannot afford to be buffeted by alarmism in a nearly instantaneous news cycle” Rice said the US-led alliance has “taken out thousands of [ISIS’s] fighters destroyed nearly 200 oil and gas facilities that fund their terror and pushed them out of territory including areas around Baghdad Sinjar and the Mosul Dam” Obama is pursuing what might be called a “Goldilocks” strategy against ISIS not too hot and not too cold He’s ordered air strikes which has upset some of his fellow Democrats But he has refrained from expanding the US role which has distressed some Republicans He seems dedicated to the dicey proposition of limiting the US to a supporting player (although it has conducted 81% of the air strikes) and letting Iraqis and Syrians take the lead in the battle on the ground against the barbarians who have seized much of their nations “We can’t police a region that won’t police itself” Senator Tim Kaine D-Va.