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You Never Want A Serious Crises To Go To Waste

By Amo, published on Feb 16, 2009

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What’s insightful is that this appeared to be an off-the-cuff remark given in Washington, DC, several weeks ago at the Wall Street Journal's CEO council.

He continued; “what used to be long-term problems, be in the health care area, energy area, education area, fiscal area, tax area, regulatory reform area, things that we had postponed for too long that were long-term are now immediate and must be dealt with. And this crisis provides the opportunity for us, as I would say; the opportunity to do things that you could not do before”.

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Tags: education, obama

You Never Want A Serious Crises To Go To Waste

By Amo, published on Feb 16, 2009

...

What’s insightful is that this appeared to be an off-the-cuff remark given in Washington, DC, several weeks ago at the Wall Street Journal's CEO council.

He continued; “what used to be long-term problems, be in the health care area, energy area, education area, fiscal area, tax area, regulatory reform area, things that we had postponed for too long that were long-term are now immediate and must be dealt with. And this crisis provides the opportunity for us, as I would say; the opportunity to do things that you could not do before”.

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Tags: education, obama

The Three Amigos

By manny osborne, published on Feb 13, 2009

...Institute in Mexico and his M.A. and Ph.D. at Yale University. From 1978-87 he was with the Central Bank of Mexico; from 1987-88 he served the National Goverment of Mexico as Undersecretary of Budget; from 1988-92 as Secretary of Economic Programming and Budget. was appointed Secretary of Education in 1992. He served as President of Mexico from 1994-2000. In 2007-2008 he was asked by the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Mohamed ElBaradei, to chair a Commision to reccomend the future course of the IAEA. in May of 2008 the Commission published its report, Global ... (more)

Tags: education, brazil, obama, mexico

Actor Kevin Byrd Honored During Black History For Advocacy

By Phil Andrews, published on Feb 9, 2009

...loss of income, partnership, and support. All men around internationally should have the opportunity to be screened for prostate cancer at an appropriate age, become aware of their own risks of prostate cancer, and talk to their health care providers about these risks, about prostate cancer education, prostate care, and early detection strategies which is crucial to saving men’s lives and preserving and protecting our families.

February 2nd 2009 International Prostate Cancer Awareness Day is an historical Day for all citizens and community organizers to recognize the... (more)

Tags: atlanta, miami, education

Nfl Play60 Kids' Day At Nfl Experience

By Ricky Ricardo, published on Jan 28, 2009

...League, Charlie Crist, Governor of Florida; Bryan Glazer, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Co-Chairman; Chris Traeger, Bank of America Representative. Recording Artist Bre Morgan performed original tunes for the kids in attendance. Each spoke to the kids about living a healthy life style, getting a good education and getting plenty of exercise to stay fit. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell recognized Sam Kimmel, this year’s NFL Play 60 Super Kid, a young fan committed to getting 60 minutes of exercise a day. Sam will run on-field before Super Bowl XLIII begins and hand the ball to an official.

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Tags: los angeles, football, nfl, education

Youthful Spirit At Super Bowl Week In Tampa

By Ricky Ricardo, published on Jan 26, 2009

...and Tampa Bay Buccaneers offered tips to young cheerleaders looking to improve their skills. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Players #11-Josh Johnson,#54-Geno Hayes and #60-Chris Bradwell taught kids football fundamentals and the above mentioned cheerleaders spoke about the importance of getting a good education, living drug-free and striving to achieve dreams. Race car driver Audrey Zavodsky and Shawn Johnson-Gymnast, 2008 Gold Medalist delivered inspirational speeches as well.

The kids participating in Play 60 received free autographed photographs from the NFL Players, cheerleaders and... (more)

Tags: los angeles, atlanta, football, nfl, environment, education, obama

The Gift Of Unemployment

By Lumiere, published on Jan 24, 2009

...for existing. Once upon a time you were just a baby too, and we forget that our value, our contributionto the world is not any less as a baby than what it is today.Our valueas human beings is not diminished by a sudden loss of work because youhavenot lost your skills, your abilitiesor your education.Life circumstances sometimes are beyond our control but we can control our perception and our attitude in how we will handle the challenge, even when we feel overwhelmed. Part of being able to move forward, is loosening our grip on what we may perceive as past failures. Someone once said, "... (more)

Tags: new york, restaurant, education

Sheriff Joe Strikes Again

By D. E. Carson, published on Jan 17, 2009

...liberals will always BMW (bitch, moan, whine) about how the Constitution prohibits cruel and unusual punishment for crimes.  They claim that denying the comforts of home to prison inmates falls under that moniker.  These same people believe that if you grant prisoners access to the American educational system and give them an education that you have somehow "rehabilitated" the criminal and he will then be able to return to society and function in the capacity of an upstanding model citizen who no longer presents a burden but actually contributes to society.  Yeah, right, and this... (more)

Tags: hip-hop, music, education

The World Is My Classroom:education Without Boundaries

By Ladymaggic, published on Jan 11, 2009

Education Without Boundaries: “The World is My Classroom”

Thousands of Koreans attend English Classes everyday, trying to learn to speak a Language that is now deemed essential. All teachers of English in Korea are expected to be able to Speak English by 2010. Schools, Colleges, Universities and a myriad of tiny after-school centers pay enormous fees for native speaking teachers to become their English Presence. Millions of bored students sit and waste their fees, not learning a language they are suddenly expected not... (more)

Tags: music, education, china, japan, korea, brazil, russia

The Virtual School And Classroom

By Ladymaggic, published on Jan 4, 2009

...Creative Writing and later, Art and Computer Technology. http://activeenglishspeaking.com

You are invited to view the Free Public lesson and see how the Virtual Classroom works for yourself. The first lesson is on January 5th 2009 at 9.30pm Korean time (+8hours)

Will Virtual Education take over Real Schools?

With so many social problems and people resorting to Home Schooling their children, Virtual Education could well become the next generation.

With so much increased mobility and change of home and schools, here is one permanent security. You keep the same... (more)

Tags: environment, education, china, korea

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