Monthly Archives: June 2011

Super ImPACt on Education

Looking at the anticipated lineup of media expenditures planned for the next sixteen months, one would never know that the United States was suffering from high unemployment rates and stagnate income levels. The coffers of the super PACs are quickly … Continue reading

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10 Essentials From Dad

It has been a long time since I left my parents’ home, but some lessons still resonate in the way I conduct myself as an adult. These particular essentials can each be attributed to my dad. If I said I … Continue reading

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The Enlightening Darkness of YA Novels

Have you read a young adolescent (YA) novel lately? I challenge all of my adult peers to go to the library or bookstore and look at the amazing choices afforded to teenagers today. More than ever, YA authors are engaging … Continue reading

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