Tag: "education"

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Ranking is a Core Value of Education

Ranking is a Core Value of Education

Why we need to rank professional educational institute Source: BusinessToday Author: Abhishek Agrawal Students should be at the heart of any education system. The education system should be build not only to award degrees and diplomas, but also to help students excel in their lives, especially in their professional pursuits. If taken holistically, this process […]

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Young American Unemployment Risk

Young American Unemployment Risk

America’s 10 Million Unemployed Youth Spell Danger for Future Economic Growth Young Americans today are confronted by an unemployment crisis unlike any we have seen in recent times. To say that these Americans are having a difficult time entering today’s labor market is an understatement. As recent reports have documented, the unemployment crisis facing young […]

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Student Debt Woe – Wells Fargo Study

Student Debt Woe – Wells Fargo Study

One third of millennials regret going to college In another indication of how burdensome student loans have become in the United States, about one-third of millennials say they would have been better off working, instead of going to college and paying tuition. That’s a according to a new Wells Fargo WFC -1.43% study which surveyed […]

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Stats - Education Employees – US

Stats – Education Employees – US

Teacher Salaries: Everything You Wanted To Know The US Census Bureau recently released data and an associated infographic that explores education workers in the US and their salaries. Since there’s always a lot of hubbub about how much teachers make (or don’t make, as the complaint usually goes), this offers some interesting insight into how […]

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Future Education and Applied Learning

Future Education and Applied Learning

What If The Education System Isn’t Broken — Just Irrelevant? There’s a lot of discussion about our broken education system. And many people offer solutions for “fixing” education. But what if what’s really ailing education isn’t the fact that it’s somehow fundamentally broken? What if the system we have today is actually functioning perfectly as […]

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50 States Comparisons

50 States Comparisons – 3/6/13

50 States Comparisons   This is a worthwhile download.  Updated annually, it ranks all U.S. States and quantifies things like: tax burden, cost of doing business, state debt, gaming revenue, lottery expenses, population change, commodity production, education scores and salaries, utility prices, crime rates, law enforcement spending, relative health, social security payout and many others.  […]

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California state budget calls for spending $131 billion dollars this fiscal year,  Estimated 50% Is Wasted - 10/28/12

California state budget calls for spending $131 billion dollars this fiscal year, Estimated 50% Is Wasted – 10/28/12

Californians Think Half of Every Dollar the State Government Spends Is Wasted The California state budget calls for spending $131 billion dollars this fiscal year. We asked 696 Californians in the latest Reason-Rupe poll for every dollar the California state government spends, about how many cents do they think are wasted. The average respondent said about half: […]

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Social Media By Demographic - Who likes what - Infographic

Who Likes What: Social Media By Demographic – 8/5/12

Who Likes What: Social Media By Demographic Do you ever wonder what social networking sites you should be focusing your marketing efforts on? This handy infographic breaks down the top social networking sites by gender, age, income, and education demographics. We also discuss the affinity score of certain keywords for a few social networking sites. […]

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Districts miss teacher evaluation deadline – 7/3/12

Many districts miss teacher evaluation deadline, risk aid ALBANY — Fewer than a quarter of the state’s school districts met a July 1 deadline to submit teacher and principal evaluation agreements to the state Department of Education, as required by an amended law passed this year. Of New York’s roughly 700 districts, 164 had submitted […]

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Other of Interest 6/15/12

It is obvious that time management is one of those areas that even though you know it is essential, often you will be annoyed by how little you seem to have accomplished on specific days. Once in awhile, you feel overwhelmed and not able to get anything completed due to situations that take away from your tasks. Nonetheless, you can find people that are very productive in spite of all of the obstacles that get thrown at them. The key to their success is they are able to avoid most of the stumbling blocks that the majority of people fall into and as a result they will get more completed in less time. We are going to focus on some of the things that people have to deal with when it comes to time management. I use the majority of these strategies to build my Ambit Energy business.

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Other of Interest 5/8/12

The financial service industry is facing solemn challenges which is rooted in incessant imbalances, coupled with long term low interest, rise in asset prices and huge savings and credit imbalances. A reliable report predicted that these business and financial trends will definitely lead to a constant risk to the market. Provided below are key trends, which investors, employees and leaders in the financial service arena have to reckon, for purposes of laying down ideal strategies in the future.