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Karl Heideck’s Move To Tame Employee Exploitation

Posted on August 22, 2017 in Expert Legal Advisor

On its move to improve the remuneration equality across all sectors in Philadelphia, the city’s Mayor Jim Kenney recently appended his signature on a new law. The law barred any employer from asking their prospects for their past salary history. While this may have been received with a sigh of relieving by the city’s job […]

How Technology is Shaping Public Education

Posted on August 21, 2017 in Digital Transformation Education Public Education Public Education in America

The latest technology and digital trends have a great deal of potential when it comes to improving the quality of public education. From software applications able to improve communication between teachers and students to personalized learning and the use of sophisticated data analytics in order to determine a course syllabus or to better optimize the […]

Public Education

Posted on August 20, 2017 in Education Public Education Public Education in America

There are a lot of debates going on about the public school system in the United States today. Despite all of the money invested into these programs, students from the United States continue to fall behind students from other nations on test scores. Political leaders constantly talk about how to reform the system, but few […]


The Student Loan Issue

Posted on August 19, 2017 in Education Public Education Public Education in America Student Loan Debt Student Loan Issue

One of the biggest issues facing the economy today is the student loan crisis. There are millions of people who have borrowed too much money to go to college. To make things worse, these students are not landing jobs in their field because the job market is weak. There are now millions of people who […]


Rocketship Education – Cool

Posted on in Philanthropist

A Rocketship Education’ exec has noted that there was no specific one moment in which she completely fell in love with education and decided that she wanted to be a philanthropist. Instead, the desire grew slowly and surely. Jean always knew she had big things in store for herself and that one day she would […]


José Auriemo Neto – The CEO of JHSF Who is Not Afraid to Take Risks

Posted on in Business Real Estate

One of the fastest growing industries in Brazil is the real estate sector. The industry has seen a significant change in the last decade and offers many opportunities to the investors. For those looking to make money by investing in properties, then Brazil is the right place to do it. Compared to other developed countries […]


Why the American Public Education System is in a Crisis

Posted on August 18, 2017 in Education Public Education Public Education in America

Every time schools open, Americans are usually reminded of former Secretary of Education Ms. Shirley Hufstedler who once stated that the teaching career has the strongest calling. This is because parents entrust teachers with their most precious resource; kids. Anyone who keenly follows education matters can’t agree more. Unfortunately, America is currently experiencing a crisis […]


Strange Things Happening In Public Education

Posted on August 17, 2017 in Education Public Education Public Education in America

Public education is seeing some very strange changes in recent days. Mitch Daniels, the former two-term Governor of Indiana is a key player in some of these changes. He is the current President of the University of Perdue, and he took the unmatched step of using the resources of that University to purchase a private […]


Customized Accountability Could Save Some New York City Schools

Posted on August 16, 2017 in Education No Child Left Behind Act Public Education

Standards and regulations shift with every new administration. What allowed a school to prosper under the No Child Left Behind Act could be responsible for a school’s failure under the Every Child Succeeds program. New York City transfer high schools are an example of such a situation. Transfer high schools are small community schools that […]


A letter to the Secretary of Education

Posted on August 15, 2017 in Education Public Education Secretary of Education Betsy Devos

According to Your text to link…, 20 state attorney generals have sent a letter to Secretary of Education Betty DeVos to continue to enforce regulations regarding sexual assault on college campuses. College campuses have been following Title IX guidelines or regulations since the early 1970s. These regulations are there to make sure that there is […]