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What's Next in Caring for Our Parents?

Where Do We Go From Here?

America’s health care system is neither healthy, caring, nor a system. — Walter Cronkite


Recognize the difference between for-profit and nonprofit facilities.

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Senior Care

How to Spin the Charter Message and What Subjects to Avoid

Someone sent EduShyster a copy of a pamphlet about how to put a positive message on privately managed charter schools.

The message is, of course, upbeat and positive. 183 more words

Charter Schools

Social sector employment tips

Lewis, J. C. (2014). Social Entrepreneurship Clinic: Social sector employment tips . Café Impact.

“…Always be job-searching, not strategizing about job-searching. Avoid over-planning. Don’t wait for the perfect job announcement for the perfect job because it doesn’t exist…” 14 more words

Printed Readings

South Carolina: State Vouchers Allow Profits at Expense of Public Schools

There is more than one way to harm public education. Several states have passed legislation to allow tax credits for scholarships to private and religious schools. 117 more words


Non-Profits: Why Traditional Marketing Is Failing to Bring in Talent

As students and idealists, we’re presented with a choice as we break into the work force: profit or non-profit? There are other choices, yes, and often in this uncertain economy the choice is left to chance, but there’s a very visceral feeling we get in our gut as the more ambitious inevitably choose the for-profit route. 696 more words

What actually happens to clothes after you put them in donation bins

In Brooklyn, New York, where space is precious, it’s not surprising that many of the borough’s residents are starting to complain, loudly, about the countless used-clothing donation bins gobbling up sidewalks and serving as a magnet for garbage and graffiti. 1,140 more words

David Perrin: What Would Mark Twain Have Thought About Common Core Testing?

Writing in The Atlantic, high school English teacher David Perrin tries to imagine what Mark Twain would think about Common Core testing.

He begins:

I’ve been teaching high school English in Illinois for over 20 years, but have only recently come to believe that I am complicit in a fraud. 685 more words