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Older Workers Need Further Labor Market Improvements

Older workers in particular need the labor market to continue its growth streak. Employers added 312,000 new jobs in December 2018, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is welcome news, but the labor market needs to continue improving, so that older workers will see real economic security. Additional job gains could make it … Continue reading Older Workers Need Further Labor Market Improvements

How To Experience The Taj Mahal With No Tourists: A VIP Guide To Agra, India – Jim Dobson

The cows blocking the winding dirt road ahead would have been a sure sign to turn back for the average visitor, but in India, locals are more resilient than that and they simply find a way around the crowded situation. We were in a private luxury car arranged by the amazing Micato Safaris taking us … Continue reading How To Experience The Taj Mahal With No Tourists: A VIP Guide To Agra, India – Jim Dobson

7 Ways to Achieve High Levels of Classroom Productivity – Lee Watanabe-Crockett

When it comes to classroom productivity, the ideal classroom is a happy one. It means students are creating solutions and projects that have meaning and purpose. They gladly take initiatives and assume responsible ownership of class time. Above all, it means students are loving their learning. Achieving high levels of classroom productivity means making sure students are interested and invested … Continue reading 7 Ways to Achieve High Levels of Classroom Productivity – Lee Watanabe-Crockett

See How Many Times Your School District Has Been Investigated for Civil Rights Violations – Beth Skwarecki

If you believe your school district or college is discriminating against students on the basis of sex, race, or disability, you’re entitled to file a complaint with the US Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights. Sexual harassment and assault are also grounds for complaints. The office is supposed to investigate fully and, if necessary, … Continue reading See How Many Times Your School District Has Been Investigated for Civil Rights Violations – Beth Skwarecki

What Do 90-Somethings Regret Most – Lydia Sohn

My preconceptions about older people first began to crumble when one of my congregants, a woman in her 80s, came into my office seeking pastoral care. She had been widowed for several years but the reason for her distress was not the loss of her husband. It was her falling in love with a married … Continue reading What Do 90-Somethings Regret Most – Lydia Sohn

Knowers & Learners Quick Thoughts On Different World Views – Bruno Bergher

My work these days involves spending a lot of time with early stage companies, where we’re racing against the clock to turn bold new ideas into usable products, and see if they work. It’s a land where you’re knee-deep in ambiguity, and surrounded by a sea of unanswered questions. It’s an environment where short-circuiting feedback … Continue reading Knowers & Learners Quick Thoughts On Different World Views – Bruno Bergher

Social Interaction Is Critical for Mental and Physical Health – Jane E. Brody

Hurray for the HotBlack Coffee cafe in Toronto for declining to offer Wi-Fi to its customers. There are other such cafes, to be sure, including seven of the eight New York City locations of Café Grumpy. But it’s HotBlack’s reason for the electronic blackout that is cause for hosannas. As its president, Jimson Bienenstock, explained, … Continue reading Social Interaction Is Critical for Mental and Physical Health – Jane E. Brody

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