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Labor federation looks to put union members on ‘Path to Power’

Lynn Barten stood up in a conference room Sunday morning in St. Paul and gave a stump speech for a campaign she isn’t running – not yet, anyway – before a roomful of people who couldn’t vote for her anyway. 618 more words


Lawmakers Condemn 'ALEC' Lobbying Group at Statehouse

DES MOINES, Iowa – Two state lawmakers joined representatives from the advocacy group, Progress Iowa, Tuesday to speak out against a conservative organization they say operates as “stealth lobbyists.” 312 more words


Your 2015 legislative session cheat sheet, part 3: climate bills

Anti-Clean Power Plan bills

When the EPA released its Clean Power Plan last June, clean energy advocates celebrated America’s first serious response to rising carbon emissions. 1,191 more words

Climate Change

Try These Maths and Numeracy Jigsaw Puzzles - Subtraction

For those of you who have attended our literacy and numeracy professional development workshops, you might have seen these cool maths jigsaw puzzles.

If not, we’ve done the hard work… all you need to do is print them, cut them out, and use. 145 more words


TEC Literacy and Numeracy Implementation Strategy Refresh Consultation

Greetings all…! The Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) are doing a refresh on their Literacy and Numeracy Implementation Strategy. This has implications for you if you work with foundation level learners in tertiary education in New Zealand. 559 more words


I will continue to fight

The thrill escapes the climb of the mind and the asinine finding that grinding the luxury of thoughts while you sleep or rather let me keep it at “I” disabilitate facilitate the probable causing applause and lost laws about how to pause without losing sight. I will continue to fight.


Holy Tea Party (and ALEC!) House Takeover

New Mexico’s new Republican House majority isn’t wasting any time laying out their extreme agenda.

On the first business day, they eliminated committees on voting and elections and created new committees to deal with “regulations,” crime and punishment. 1,615 more words