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University of Pennsylvania Law Review taking submissions for Public Interest Essay Competition

Attention UW Law Students! UW Pro Bono Honors Society deadline is right around the corner: Monday, May 9!

It is that time again: at the Center for Public Service Law we know that many of you have put in significant volunteer hours in your community and for causes you believe in. 813 more words


U.S. Equities: Remain Positive, but Expect Greater Volatility

Andrew Acheson

Portfolio Manager, Leader of the U.S. Growth Team


Be That One Person

You can change a life trajectory.

It is a powerful message, and it’s one I have heard repeated throughout the last month.

Richard Wagamese, storyteller and Canada Reads Peoples’ Choice author, spoke to educators in Thunder Bay about the one person who rescued him from a desperate life path.   458 more words

Leading Learning

Parent Empowerment

The end of Tap, Click, Read is not what I expected.  When starting this book I thought it would be filled with chapters addressing all kinds of digital tools and media connected to learning.   471 more words


Springtime Reflections on The New Jim Crow

As I prepared for Passover this year I was struck by my complacency doing the same thing year after year, this year I wanted to make the Seder’s theme of liberation from oppression more real.  703 more words

Where are the Boys?

by: Leviticus  Barazon

 “Gender Equity is not about girls suffering discrimination anymore , it is now about more and more boys losing interest in the classroom – LMB” 409 more words

What Kind of Man Will You Choose To Be?

Dear son,

When you were younger, you came home upset because a teacher said ‘all of the Quakers were dead’.  Being Quaker, you described feeling unseen and wanted me to correct the teacher. 895 more words