Directory of TED talks, and a recommendation.
A 1st Thursday forum panel discussion on religious literacy: the world's religions, and tolerating the religions of others in the 21st century.
Jeb Bush is a serious contender as Romney's Secretary of Education in spite if the fact that he himself and his companies would profit from his decisions.
How much, in cash, is your private, personal information worth to a private company who sells it on the open market?
SCPA 1st Thursday Program: April 5 at 6:30 pm in the Henegar Center, Downtown Melbourne.
Four of Florida's most distinguished attorneys will give a panel discussion: Keep Laws Fair. True justice requires fair laws.
19% of Americans think they are the 1%.
Another 20% of Americans think they might be or are very close and soon will be.
Reality check: 38% of Americans are financially delusional.
In schools across America today, pizza is a vegetable; double the national recommendation for adult maximum daily intake of sodium is healthful and satisfactory for children.
This Congressional political decision at the expense of our children's health and in favor of multinational corporate food suppliers is the law of the land - again. The expenses for near and distant future medical care and coverage for these ill-fed children is not being mentioned or considered in a political landscape where money talks as "free speech."
Corrupt legislators have again made certain that even the smallest attept is denied to alleviate the American obesity epidemic among our children. Parents are given yet one more prompt to abandon free public schools in favor of privatized (publicly tax-supported and profitable) or private schools. "Save the Children from Obesity" becomes the rallying cry to feed corporate "school reform" which are not subject to this particular public school legislation.
I spite of being told that corporations are people and pizza is a vegetable and money is free speech, we all know better at some level of our consciousness.
This is not a joke or hoax.
In Miami-Dade one charter school miraculously went from an F to an A school within one year. The stakeholder manager/principal and her husband raised their profits by renting the school rooms to a "traveling gentleman’s club” complete with lap dancers and booze.
Why would anyone in their right mind wish to become a teacher? How could anyone remain a teacher as a life-long professional career?
Yes, it's a labor of love.