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Wallingford School Superintendent, Board of Education Chairwoman Describe Strategic Plan
 
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The Wallingford Board of Education organized a potluck dinner for the Town Council on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at the Wallingford Public Library to discuss the 2013-14 education budget.
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Connecticut State Board of Education Meeting - 12/6/2017
 
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Connecticut State Board of Education Meeting - 12/6/2017 Channel HBOE: https://www.accesstv.org/hboe Brought to you by the CT Parent's Union. CT Parent's Union (CTPU) has launched a School Board Watch Initiative to ensure individuals WE elected or they were appointed to Connecticut Local and State Boards of Education are putting the needs of students first over education partisan politics. Parent & community Volunteers will evaluate BOE meetings in 5 Governance areas: 1. Focus and Mission: The Board is "focused" on achieving fiscal and personnel responsible goals that are in the best interest of ALL students regardless of race, disability or income level. 2. Transparency: Board processes are accessible to the public and public treated with respect and dignity; 3. Conduct: Conflicts/disagreements are managed respectfully - ALL school boards must LEAD by example; 4. Role Clarity: The Board provides effective leadership and oversight through student centered planning and strategy processes 5. Competency: Ensure Board members are informed and culturally responsive. BOTTOM LINE: EVERY Board of Education Decision MUST BE in the Best Interest of the Student with Fiscal and personnel accountability paramount! Watch it • Like it • Share it • with Colleagues, family, friends, and foe, that way you can help keep them in the know. AccessTVnetwork.com – AccessTV.org - Steaming LIVE at: AccessTV.us Proudly funded by J. Stan and Nyesha McCauley and our Broadcast Partners with additional support provided by subscribers, sponsors, and volunteers, more info: https://www.accesstv.org/supporting-the-work-of-accesstv-org/ AccessTV.org is Mobile Ready! Just add us to your Home screen! And remember . . . Be a force for good! If you can't save the world - save someone that can! Thanks for Watching! J. Stan McCauley Owner and Chief of Operations Light Source Productions • AccessTVNetwork.com • AccessTV.org • AccessTV.us • #AccessTV.org • @accesstv_org • #needacameramancallstan8609449797
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Windham Board of Education Meeting
 
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Windham, CT Board of Education Meeting or Event
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State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) - Jim Moriarty
 
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From the Connecticut State Department of Education 13th Annual Bureau of Special Education Back to School Meeting September 14, 2016 For more information and supporting documents: http://ctserc.org/bts16
DAS.CT.GOV Department of Administrative Services Requirement for State of Connecticut Contracts 8a8A
 
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ESSA Early Childhood Overview
 
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As part of Connecticut’s Next Generation Student Supports, the CT State Department of Education (CSDE) has developed strategies and resources for LEAs to support students during critical transition points across the continuum, from prekindergarten through grade 12. CSDE, in partnership with the OEC, key stakeholders, and support from EducationCounsel in Washington DC, has developed two resources for student transition from preschool to kindergarten. These resources include The Early Childhood Landscape Analysis Tool for Connecticut Schools and Districts, and Transitioning to Kindergarten: the Why, What, and How of this Important Milestone for Connecticut Students. This 12 minute webinar offers viewers an overview of these tools as districts move forward in developing a systems approach to transitions.
Mock Interview Questions & Practice for Ortho Residency | #AskDrDarwin 1010 | Dr Darwin Hayes DDS
 
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Preparing for an interview can be a nightmare if you don't know what questions may be asked or if you don't know how you will respond. In this episode, DrDarwin helps an orthodontic residency applicant prepare for her upcoming interviews and provides her with some strategic responses, Do's and Dont's ---- # Where to follow and listen to DrDarwin: Website: http://www.drdarwinspeaks.wordpress.com Website: http://www.TheNewDentistCoach.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Dr-Darwin-K-H... LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/drdarwinha... Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/SmileDrDarwin http://www.twitter.com/NewDentistCoach Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/SmileDrDarwin Email: newdentistcoach@gmail.com --- Thank you for watching this video – Please share it. I like to read comments so please leave a comment and Subscribe to My Channel http://www.youtube.com/c/DrDarwinSpeaks --- The #AskDrDarwin Q&A Show is DrDarwin's way of providing a multitude of value by taking your questions about oral health care procedures/services and new dentists challenges, tips, and strategies. He gives his answers based on his experiences building a successful dental business, being a key opinion leader and influencer, a program director in advanced dental education, and as mentor, coach, and strategist to new dentists. The show is a weekly series of Professional Development for New Dentists and Oral Health Awareness for Dental Consumers Dr Darwin Hayes DDS FAGD is a national leader in Post Graduate / Advanced Dental Education and Training, and the Program Director of the 2nd largest General Practice Residency -GPR- in the United States. He is part of an institution and dental department that has trained over 700 new dentists in the areas of general and hospital dentistry, pediatric dentistry and orthodontics in the past 25 years. Dr Hayes has a distinct passion for mentoring and being a coach to new dentists, especially those from underrepresented populations in oral healthcare. He thrives on the creation and development of specific success strategies — strategies for professional and personal success— that are taught to new dentists in the residency program, during the national conventions of organizations, and at state and local dental societies. His upcoming book The New Dentist Playbook: Fast Track to Future Smiles – 21 Professional and Personal Development Strategies for Your Success, identifies these innovative strategies and is shared in his weekly new dentist blog @ DrDarwinSpeaks.wordpress.com.
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4 Tips on P.A.S.S Dental Residency Application Process | TheNewDentistCoach | Dr Darwin Hayes DDS
 
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ADEA's PASS program is a standardized application program process which dental students utilize. It saves time and energy by completing one application for multiple programs that advanced education programs accept. There are over 700 programs that use this service. Nearly 300 of these programs are General Practice Residencies (GPR) and Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD). Todays 4 TIPS are about this Dental Post-Grad Application Process and how you can maximize your efforts in order to get noticed and secure the next step in the selection process. PASS has 2 meanings: ADEA's meaning is P-Postdoctoral A-Application S-Support S-Service DrHayes' meaning is a numonic which also serves as the 4 TIPS: P - Professional A- Accurate S- Strategic S- Success ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dr Darwin Hayes DDS FAGD is a national leader in Post Graduate / Advanced Dental Education and Training, and the Program Director of the 2nd largest General Practice Residency -GPR- in the United States. He is part of an institution and dental department that has trained over 600 new dentists in the areas of general and hospital dentistry, pediatric dentistry and orthodontics in the past 25 years. Dr Hayes has a distinct passion for mentoring and being a coach to new dentists, especially those from underrepresented populations in oral healthcare. He thrives on the creation and development of specific success strategies /strategies for professional and personal success/ that are taught to new dentists in the residency program, during the national conventions of organizations, and at state and local dental societies. His upcoming book --The New Dentist Playbook: Fast Track to Future Smiles – 21 Professional and Personal Development Strategies for Your Success--- identifies these innovative strategies and is shared in his weekly new dentist blog @ DrDarwinSpeaks.wordpress.com. Get More on Dr Hayes: Website: http://www.drdarwinspeaks.com Website: http://www.smiledrhayes.wix.com/TheNewDentistCoach Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Dr-Darwin-K-Hayes-DDS-The-New-Dentist-Coach--Speaker-Author-Opinion-Leader-46920828370 LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/drdarwinhayesdds Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/SmileDrDarwin http://www.twitter.com/NewDentistCoach Instagram: http://www.Instagram.com/SmileDrDarwin Email: newdentistcoach@gmail.com
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Chamber Strategic Planning
 
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Chairman of the Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Attorney Michael J. Keenan, Keenan Law LLC, shares the vision for the future of the Glastonbury Chamber. Mission Statement: The Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce is a private, not-for-profit business organization formed to foster a strong economy by providing members and the community with relevant services and information. The mission of the Chamber is to promote the business community, the overall economic climate and an enhanced quality of life in Glastonbury. In so doing, the Chamber serves its members and the community at large.
Hiring End User Computing IT Manager in Hartford CT area for Top Tier IT Solution Provider
 
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See Job Description at http://the-trevi-group.jobs.mrinetwork.com/JN0Ze9 Title: End User Computing Site Manager / IT Manager Location: Hartford, New Britain, CT area Compensation: Lucrative salary, bonus and comprehensive benefits Position Type: Perm/Full-time (or can be Contract-to-Hire) Company: Growing stable 200M+ IT Solution Provider Travel: Low travel Position No: 1242 A True Career Growth Opportunity…. Our client is a Top-Tier Technology Integrator that specializes in data center solutions, enterprise networking, security, and professional services for enterprise clients in the Northeast region. They are looking to hire an IT Manager that is experienced in managing and leading End-User Compute projects in large IT organizations. This is a great opportunity to join this solid growing company in a role that is expected to expand in in scope and responsibilities. Key exciting benefits are... Solid, established, growing 200M+ IT Solution Provider with a great family oriented company culture Focused on the cutting-edge solutions, and working with Fortune 500 companies Excellent career growth opportunity Lucrative base salary, bonus, comprehensive benefits, and low travel The Role: The End User Computing Site Manager is responsible for the overall planning, organizing, and execution of all end user computing services across a major company's locations. This includes managing all end user computing projects delivered to meet customer requirements as well as the support of existing services and development of new technical solutions. Initially, this role will lead a strategic project to deploy a company's Windows 7 to Windows 10 upgrade for about 7K users. S/he will work closely with business executives, IT executives, and cross-functional teams to plan and execute this strategic project across the organizations. Analyzes complex business needs presented by the user community and/or clients and recommends technical solutions. Ensures the consistency and maintainability of existing services by creating, maintaining, and enforcing standards/procedures for implementing technical services. Directs resources, operations, and tasks according to documented schedule that meets or exceeds customer expectations. Implements effective project control by monitoring progress and reporting the status. Directs and prioritizes the work load of subordinate personnel (team of about 6 now; team is expected to grow). This position manages a number of employees and contractors assigned to the project across all company sites and is responsible for the performance management and hiring of employees and contractors. Approves all business requirements prior to the technical solution. Daily and weekly status reports Directs education programs for staff. Performs salary and expense administration Conducts interviews and makes recommendations for new hires, techs, engineers and/or replacement personnel. Required Experience: Must possess strong leadership skills, good business acumen and strategic thinking, strong Customer/Client Focus, and have excellent communication skills. Must have 8+ years of experience within information technology. Must have experience in end user computing technologies and products used in the industry. Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field or related experience. If this sounds like you, Call me. Contact: Karel Lukas The Trevi Group 615-815-1961 email: klukas@thetrevigroup .com __________________ About THE TREVI GROUP: The Trevi Group is part of the MRI Network, a leading global search firm with over 400 offices worldwide, and are recognized by FORBES as one of the “Best American Executive Search Firms.” Since 2008, we've been helping companies hire engineers, architects, and management in the IT industry. Our specialties include Data Center, Storage, Networking, Cloud, Security, Virtualization, and Collaboration. We work with clients and candidates that are heavily focused on Cisco, Dell / EMC, NetApp, Microsoft, VMware, Citrix, HP, O365, Azure, AWS, Juniper, Nimble, Aruba, Palo Alto, DevOps, Ansible, ServiceNow, Docker, Puppet, and Chef. Keywords: PMO project management program management office cloud emc netapp nutanix storage flash pure storage hp hpe hds hitachi practice leader manager director cisco juniper vce vblock hyper converged san eplus dimension data cdw logicalis presidio virtualization cloud san pso nas brocade hds hp storage servers vmware pso professional services microsoft citrix silver peak f5 riverbed service delivery post sales pmp pmi
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A Discussion with Kirstjen M. Nielsen Secretary of Homeland Security
 
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The Center for Cyber & Homeland Security hosts a discussion with The Honorable Kirstjen M. Nielsen, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, at the George Washington University. Secretary Nielsen reflects on how the Department's mission has changed since 9/11, and lays out how DHS is evolving to address emerging threats to the homeland. After the Secretary's opening remarks, the conversation is moderated by CCHS Director Frank J. Cilluffo.
W4 News - Strategic Operating Plan Focus on K-2 Literacy Curriculum - 11/18/2015
 
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Community Update: Cultivating Equity and Excellence Strategic Operating Plan Focus on K-2 Literacy Curriculum HARTFORD, CT -- Superintendent Beth Schiavino-Narvaez presented her first community update on the Strategic Operating Plan 2015-2020 as Hartford Public Schools takes on the next phase of plan implementation in pursuit of equitable outcomes for all students. Dr. Narvaez shared performance equity indicator targets for 2016 and provided insights about one of the Strategies in Action: the New K-2 Literacy Curriculum, one of the district’s landmark initiatives. “Last year we focused on planning and strategies built on community input. Now we are doing what we said we were going to do. This is our pact with our families and we are going to keep our promises in a very tangible manner,” said Dr. Narvaez on Wednesday at Hartford Public Schools Central Office. Target outcomes for 2016 include reaching a 78% college acceptance rate (currently 72.5%), a 75.2% graduation rate (currently 71.5%), nearly 60% Algebra 1 proficiency by the end of ninth grade (currently 55%), and reducing suspensions by 20%. Ultimately, the plan calls for 100% college acceptance, 90% graduation, 80% Algebra 1 proficiency by the end of ninth grade and 90% reduction in suspensions by the year 2020. Improving early elementary literacy is one of Hartford Public Schools’ main goals. Research shows that children not reading at grade-level by third grade are less likely to achieve high school graduation. The new K-2 Literacy Curriculum was developed in partnership with teachers, ensuring full alignment with Connecticut Core Standards (Common Core State Standards). The curriculum features an interdisciplinary approach combining Reading, Writing, Science – Next Generation Science Standards, and Social Studies – C3 Standards (College, Career, Civic Life) designed with teacher input and participation with a focus on meeting the developmental needs of early readers. “We value the input and engagement of our amazing teachers,” said Dr. Narvaez. “This new approach will help to ensure a strong foundation for our students on their journey to college and the workplace.” The district is piloting the new curriculum framework at 15 schools led by 140 kindergarten to second grade classroom teachers responsible for laying the groundwork so that 40% of our third grade students are able to reach and supersede the 50th percentile MAP in reading by the year 2016 (currently 35.3%). K-2 Literacy Curriculum pilot schools are Annie Fisher STEM Magnet School, Early Reading Lab at Betances School, Expeditionary Learning Academy at Moylan, Milner School, Parkville Community School, Sanchez School (2014-15); Asian Studies Academy, Breakthrough Magnet School (South), Clark School, Environmental Sciences Magnet School at Mary Hooker, Kennelly School, Martin Luther King, Jr. School, Rawson School, R.J. Kinsella Magnet School of Performing Arts, and West Middle School (2015-16). Watch it on AccessTV.org or GO Mobile • Share it with Colleagues, family, friends, and foe, that way you can help keep them in the know. The AccessTV.org Network is Funded by J. Stan and Nyesha McCauley. Additional support made possible by community volunteers. Help me make more fresh quality content. Every contribution is helpful, big or small. Click to Support: http://accesstv.org/archives/3628 Get our Mobile App: http://mob.accesstv.org/ Be a force for good! If you can't save the world - save someone that can! Thanks for Watching! J. Stan McCauley www.Jstan1.net
Long Range Strategic Planning Meeting 10/23/12
 
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Long Range Strategic Planning Meeting of Region 12 Schools in CT. This meeting took place at Shepaug High School on October 23, 2012, and was facilitated by Jonathan Costa.
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DECD Strategic Plan 2014 -2017 announcement
 
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Tony Harrison, Chief Executive Department for Education and Child Development introduces the DECD Strategic Plan 2014 -2017 and associated business plans that outline our priorities over the next four years -- and how we will achieve them
Danbury, CT - Hospital
 
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http://www.dagnysrealestate.com ► Looking for a new home in Danbury, CT? Danbury Hospital is a 371-bed hospital in Danbury, Connecticut serving patients in Fairfield County, Connecticut and Putnam County, New York. The hospital is affiliated with Yale University School of Medicine, University of Vermont School of Medicine, Ross University School of Medicine, New York Medical College. In 1970 the hospital developed a long-range strategic plan which included a proposal to make the hospital a regional teaching hospital. A full-time faculty was formed and eventually evolved into the multi-specialty, not-for-profit practice called Danbury Office of Physician Services, PC. For more on Danbury, CT visit http://www.dagnysrealestate.com/danbury-ct SUBSCRIBE FOR OTHER PROPERTY AND REAL ESTATE VIDEOS https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=DagnysRealEstate HAVE A QUESTION? CONTACT US! http://www.dagnysrealestate.com/contact LET'S CONNECT! Google+ ►https://plus.google.com/+DagnyEason Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/DagnysRealEstate/ Pinterest ►https://www.pinterest.com/dagnyrealestate/
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Disc. Technology Plan 091013
 
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Part 4 of the September 2013 regular business meeting of the Township High School District 208 Board of Education of Cook County in Riverside, Illinois.
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ICT Strategic Planning Workshop
 
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July 25 & 26, 2008
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CT Parents to Electeds: Protect Charter Accountability
 
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Parents applaud state lawmakers for passing S.B. 1096, which will establish and implement greater transparency and accountability for schools in Connecticut operated by charter management organizations (CMOs). But they are upset about attempts by the industry to lobby last-minute changes that would have weakened and diluted the bill despite overwhelming bipartisan support for the legislation. Watch parents of students in Bridgeport and New Haven who have worked to hold CMOs to the same standard as traditional public schools tell elected officials, “protect S.B. 1096 from special interests.” Visit http://aftct.org/ to send a message to your state representative and senator urging they not alter the bill in the upcoming "special session" to pass budget "implementer" legislation. There you can also send a message to Governor Malloy urging he sign the bill -- as passed by the General Assembly before the regular session adjourned -- into law. Music by: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free Videographer: Neal Thomassen, https://www.facebook.com/unionneal
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New Terrorism Threats and Counterterrorism Strategies
 
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In the post-9/11 era, the international community has made significant progress in the struggle against terrorism. However, in the last several years, terrorist groups, notably ISIS, have innovated both in their operational tactics and strategic aims, as well as in their methods of fundraising. NYU Washington, D.C. welcomed CNAS and the Center on Law and Security at NYU School of Law for this public conference on new terrorism threats and counterterrorism strategies. Featuring an overview of the strategic terrorism threat landscape and of the Trump administration’s counterterrorism strategies, the event also coincided with the release of a CNAS report on emerging terrorism financing threats. The distinguished panel of experts explored such questions as: How are terrorist groups innovating and evolving in their tactics, strategies and fundraising today? Where are some areas where U.S. policymakers are succeeding and falling short on addressing terrorism threats? What should the Trump administration prioritize in the fight against terrorism?
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Module 1 CHFP Program Lesson #1 - The Big Picture
 
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Our presenter, Kevin Boren is the CFO for Essentia Health's East Region. Prior to Kevin joining Essentia Health in 2014, Jeff was a CFO at a hospital in Wisconsin, Director of Finance and started his career at Affina Health in Minneapolis MN. Kevin is an active leader with the WI HFMA Chapter.
Joe Bertolino - Teachers Make a Difference - George Brelsford
 
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Joe Bertolino, Ed.D., president of Southern Connecticut State University, has enjoyed a notable career in administrative leadership in higher education, as well as his work as an author, lecturer, and teacher. Appointed as the university's 12th president in July 2016, Bertolino oversees an institution of about 10,000 students, 440 full-time faculty, and 1,100 staff. His first day at Southern was Aug. 22, 2016. President Joe, as he is affectionately known, has been a social justice educator for 25 years, and is passionate about student success and access to higher education. During his short time at the helm of Southern, he has outlined the following priorities: raising the University’s profile, expanding community outreach and partnerships; strategic enrollment recruitment and retention; and streamlining students’ path to earning a degree. Early initiatives include a new marketing program that is reintroducing the University to the region and beyond; the University’s first comprehensive enrollment plan and new community partnerships at multiple levels to establish Southern as a good neighbor.
'Tomorrow' at SUNY Oswego: Our Education Ecosystem
 
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From SUNY Oswego's 'Tomorrow' strategic plan: SUNY Oswego's unique education ecosystem is driven by devoted, passionate, diverse and talented faculty and staff who work collaboratively, resourcefully, and creatively to enhance our dynamic course offerings, programs, and research as well as the applied learning experiences we provide. They volunteer and contribute in the community and around the globe. For more information, visit http://oswego.edu/tomorrow/impact2.html
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Thinking About Thinking: How to Challenge & Change Metacognitive Beliefs | Katy O'Brien | TEDxUGA
 
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With this talk, Dr. Katy O'Brien challenges us to reconsider what we believe about our brains. Dr. Katy O’Brien is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education, where she leads the Cognitive-Communication Brain Rehab Lab. Dr. O’Brien received her PhD in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences from the University of Minnesota and also has clinical experience as a speech language pathologist working with adults with neurogenic disorders. Currently, her research focuses on traumatic brain injury and concussion, specifically supporting college students as they return to their studies, as well as examining how adults with TBI think, talk, and plan for the future. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Wesleyan University - Campus visit and overview by American College Strategies
 
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Are you considering applying to Wesleyan University? Kathleen Griffin of American College Strategies talks about her impressions of the school and the campus after taking a guided tour and speaking with admissions staff and random students and faculty. WHY HIRE ACS? At American College Strategies my associates and I de-stress the whole college admissions process for students and their families. We'll work with you and create a plan to help your application stand out from the crowd. After you've received letters of acceptance, we help you to sort out the best financial options using grants, scholarships, loans (Federal and personal) and work/study programs. We work with students located all around the world via Skype. Current our students are located in: China Japan Dubai London New York Honolulu Los Angeles Seattle ------------------______________---------------------______________------------------- FACT: An independent National Survey by Lipman Heame found that 26% of high-achieving seniors across the USA hire an Educational Consultant. (the statistic has probably grown substantially since this article appeared in 2009) Fairfax, VA - Lipman Hearne, one of the nation’s leading marketing and communications firms, released a new, independent survey, “High-Achieving Seniors and the College Decision.” One of their findings, which they called “A Surprise”: 26% of such students hired an independent educational consultant to assist in their college search. The results show a rate about triple what has been the generally assumed percentage, although consistent with numbers reported by the Independent Educational Consultants Association in recent months. IECA is the international trade association for counselors working in private practice. Kathleen is an associate member of: the Independent Educational Consultant's Association (IECA), and member of: the Higher Education Consultants Association HECA) and the Western Association for College Admission Counseling (WACAC). the Seattle Area College Counselors (SACC) www.AmericanCollegeStrategies.com 425 366 7628 Seattle 310 480 1040 Los Angeles #collegecounseling #collegebound #collegeadmissions #financialaid #collegecounselor #collegechoices #admissions #collegetours #collegegateway #scholarships #commonapp #Gonzaga #campusvisit #campustour #NYU #Harvard #Stanford #UCLA #johnshopkins #fordham #columbia #BU #Bostonuniversity #usf #uw #yale #cornell #navalacademy #airforceacademy #westpoint #kingspoint #connecticutcollege #slo #du #edinburghuniversity #glasgowuniversity #aberdeenuniversity #dundeeuniversity #kingscollege #cambridge #oxford #universityofchicago #northeastern #northwestern #clarkies #lewisandclark #pomona #ucsandiego #ucsantabarbara #lmu #holycross #Reid
Smarter Balanced Assessment System
 
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The Smarter Balanced Assessment System is based on the Common Core State Standards for English language arts/literacy and mathematics. This system utilizes computer-adaptive tests and performance tasks that allow students to show what they know and are able to do.
Principal Reductions Through Strategic Litigation- Attorney 6HR CLE- Apr 5, 2014
 
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For more information and to register visit CFLA.com or phone 888-758-CFLA (2352) Instructor Patricia Rodriguez, Esq. Rodriguez Law Group, Inc. Member of the State Bar of California Admitted in Central, Northern and Eastern Federal District Courts of California Temple University Law School - J.D. Temple University Law School - Law Program in Japan University of Southern California (USC) - B.S. in Business  Ms. Rodriguez obtained her Juris Doctor from Temple University. While there, she participated in their National Trial Team and received exceptional advocacy training from one of the best law school programs in the country. Ms. Rodriguez previously worked for the Camden Public Defenders Office, the Philadelphia Public Defenders Office, the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office and the Los Angeles Public Defenders Office. She currently runs her own boutique law firm in Los Angeles County specializing in Criminal Defense, Foreclosure Defense, and Bankruptcy Law. Topics Include: Trial Techniques Courtroom Decorum Opening Statement Direct Examination Cross-Examination Closing Jury Selection Pre-Litigation Non-Judicial Foreclosure (CA) Litigation -- Ownership/Title -- CA Litigation -- Possession/Unlawful Detainer -- CA Litigation in Bankruptcy Court State Court -- Title Action Substance Origination Documents Origination Fraud Servicing Fraud Unjust Enrichment California Homeowner Bill of Rights - SB 900 Goals of the California Homeowner Bill of Rights Meeting the Goals Application of the Law Large Lenders Exclusions Relevant Provisions Mortgage Servicer Defined Dual Tracking Changes to Loan Modification Process Single Point of Contact Established Robo-Signing Eliminated New Notice Requirements Postponed Trustee Sale Date No Application Fees or Late Fees Right to Sue Mortgage Servicers Selling Fraud MERS -- Mortgage Electronic Registry Current Law Bloomberg Level Three Audit Violation of CCP 2932.5 Truth In Lender Act Section 1641(g) Wrongful Foreclosure Unjust Enrichment Violations of Business & Professions Code §17200 Unfair and Deceptive Acts and Practices (UDAP) [Fraudulently Procured Documents] Violation of Cal. Civil Code Section 2934a (Substitution of Trustee) Security First Rule HAMP Guidelines -- Breach of Contract Violation of California Civil Code of Procedure 2924 Slander of Title Declaratory Relief Damages (Injury-in-fact) Equitabel Estoppel Governing Rules Analysis Conclusion
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Joe Bertolino -  Social Justice
 
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Joe Bertolino, Ed.D., president of Southern Connecticut State University, has enjoyed a notable career in administrative leadership in higher education, as well as his work as an author, lecturer, and teacher. Appointed as the university's 12th president in July 2016, Bertolino oversees an institution of about 10,000 students, 440 full-time faculty, and 1,100 staff. His first day at Southern was Aug. 22, 2016. President Joe, as he is affectionately known, has been a social justice educator for 25 years, and is passionate about student success and access to higher education. During his short time at the helm of Southern, he has outlined the following priorities: raising the University’s profile, expanding community outreach and partnerships; strategic enrollment recruitment and retention; and streamlining students’ path to earning a degree. Early initiatives include a new marketing program that is reintroducing the University to the region and beyond; the University’s first comprehensive enrollment plan and new community partnerships at multiple levels to establish Southern as a good neighbor.
CT Congressman Joe Courtney
 
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Joe Courtney, the Second Congressional District of Connecticut in the House of Representatives speaking at the official launch of the Neighbor to Neighbor Energy Challenge at the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection.
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Woodbridge Board of Education - 11/21/17
 
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Meeting on Tuesday instead of Monday. A grand presentation of the Strategic Plan, with students speaking to Project-Based Learning, plus committee reports.
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2016 National Urban League Convention Education Town Hall
 
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This year, the 2016 National Urban League’s Annual Conference, entitled “Save Our Cities,” took place in Baltimore, MD from August 3-6, 2016 at the Baltimore Convention Center. The Education Trust’s Director of Field, Lynn Jennings, moderated a Plenary Session on Thursday, August 4, 2016 from 4:00PM – 5:30PM at the Baltimore Convention Center’s Swing Hall. Sponsored by The Walton Family Foundation, the Town Hall on Education provided an opportunity for a valuable and necessary discussion on school accountability and the choices parents and students have in ensuring a high-quality education. The panelists were: DR. JULIAN VASQUEZ HEILIG – Director of Doctorate in Educational Leadership, California State University, Sacramento Julian Vasquez Heilig is an award-winning teacher, researcher, and blogger. He is currently a Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and the Director of the Doctorate in Educational Leadership at California State University, Sacramento. He also serves as the California NAACP Education Chair. Twitter: @ProfessorJVH JAHANA HAYES – 2016 National Teacher of the Year For Jahana, being a teacher is a privilege and an opportunity to transform lives and foster a sense of social responsibility in the next generation. As the 2016 National Teacher of the Year and a spokesperson for the teaching profession, Jahana hopes to motivate more people to become educators and continue to carry out this important work. Jahana has taught for the past 12 years, 10 of which have been in her current role as history teacher at John F. Kennedy High School in Waterbury, CT. She earned an Associate’s degree from Naugatuck Valley Community College, a Bachelor of Science from Southern Connecticut State University, a Master of Arts from Saint Joseph University and a certification from the University of Bridgeport. Twitter: @JahanaHayes ERIKA MCCONDUIT – President and CEO, Urban League of Greater New Orleans Erika McConduit-Diggs, Esq. currently serves as the President and CEO of the Urban League of Greater New Orleans. In her role, she oversees agency operations, strategic planning, partnership development, contract management, and policy initiatives of the agency, whose mission is to Empower Communities and Change Lives. Ms. McConduit-Diggs is heavily engaged in the city and state’s education reform, as a representative of the community engagement arm of the movement. Prior to joining the Urban League, Ms. McConduit-Diggs was the Chief Operating Officer of the YWCA of White Plains and Central Westchester, New York. DR. STEVE PERRY – Founder and Head of Schools, Capital Preparatory Magnet School
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Straight Talk About Pre-K: Getting It Right
 
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Education researchers and practitioners joined together for a roundtable discussion of issues surrounding Pre-K education expansion on Sept. 24 at the Nashville Public Library's main branch downtown. The panel discussed the importance of maintaining quality Pre-K and the challenges of scaling up as policymakers move ahead with Pre-K implementation. The event was co-sponsored by the Vanderbilt Center for Nashville Studies, Vanderbilt's Peabody College of education and human development and the Nashville Public Library. Panelists included: Mark Lipsey, moderator, Director of the Peabody Research Institute and Research Professor in the Department of Human and Organizational Development, Vanderbilt's Peabody College; Dale Farran, Antonio and Anita Gotto Chair in the Department of Teaching and Learning, Professor of Psychology and Human Development; and Senior Associate Director, Peabody Research Institute, Vanderbilt; David Dickinson, Margaret Cowan Chair, Department of Teaching and Learning, and Associate Dean for Research and Strategic Planning, Vanderbilt's Peabody College; Mary Louise Hemmeter, Professor of Special Education and Vanderbilt Kennedy Center Researcher; DeAnna McClendon, Director of Early Childhood Programs, Shelby County Schools; Deborah Rowe, Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, Vanderbilt; Lisa Wiltshire, Executive Director, Office of Early Learning, Tennessee Department of Education, and former Director of Early Learning Innovation for Metro Nashville Public Schools. This event is part of the Peabody Education Policy Roundtable series. More information is here: http://peabody.vanderbilt.edu/ Contact: Jennifer.Johnston@vanderbilt.edu Follow Vanderbilt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/vanderbiltu, on Instagram: http://instagram.com/vanderbiltu and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vanderbilt. See all Vanderbilt social media at http://social.vanderbilt.edu.
Education Security for Schools, Campuses and Universities
 
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Education Security for Schools, Colleges and Universities. An ASSA ABLOY Future Lab interview with Jonathan Terry, Assistant Director of Facilities at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut, USA. The copyright to this video belongs to ASSA ABLOY. Please add to lists, embed and share but don't upload to your own channel. Contact Corporate Communications at http://www.assaabloy.com/contact/.
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CA Final SFM May 2015 Solution by Sanjay Saraf Sir
 
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Dear Student CA Final Strategic Financial Management (SFM) May 2015 paper was a blend of past year questions as well as new questions. A typical student should have attempted, Question No. 1, 2 and 3 followed by theory tested in Question No. 7. This approach would have ensured pocketing of 68 marks if perfectly answered. Question No. 4b was tough and ambiguous and therefore should have been opted out. The student should have alternately chosen Question No. 5 and 6. If this approach would have been followed, there could be some struggle in 5a and 6a but part markings would definitely be there and would allow the student to score good marks. This is why the initial minutes of reading time is very important from a planning perspective. I keep on focussing on the same in class. Please understand that practical papers in Group 1 i.e. Financial Reporting and Strategic Financial Management are being heavily targeted both from question setting perspective and correction. There is no short-cut to success here. Students need to revise the entire curriculum cover-to-cover and page-by-page multiple times. Also, students need to devote sufficient time in preparing for theory subjects i.e. Corporate & Allied Laws and Advanced Auditing & Professional Ethics. This is how their probability of clearing Group I is enhanced. So, my advise to prospective students is to “practice, practice and practice” All the best. Sanjay Saraf
Stronger Community, Better Response  Connecting Community Organizations During Disaster
 
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This video is geared towards non-governmental organizations, community-based organizations, and faith-based organizations who find themselves taking an active role in disaster response and recovery in their communities. This video help these group understand how they connect to their local office of emergency management and to each other.
Enfield, CT, USA - Board of Education - December 10, 2013
 
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http://www.enfieldschools.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_899572/File/12-10-13%20Regular%20BOE%20Agenda%20Packet%20-%20Revised.pdf
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Learning Through Service
 
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For students in a management information systems course at the C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston, learning is about service. Offered by Bauer's Department of Decision and Information Sciences, the MIS 4374 course connects student teams over the semester with local non-profits and the Executive Service Corps of Houston (ESCH) to take on real-world tasks to provide solutions to information services challenges.
CT Department of Labor Speaks on Teen Rights in the Workforce
 
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Watch more and discuss: http://norwalk.itsrelevant.com/content/18079/ct-department-of-labor-speaks-on-teen-rights Students at Brien McMahon High School joined staff from the Connecticut Department of Labor Thursday morning to speak on teen rights in the workplace. The event, sponsored by the Center for Youth Leadership and the School to Career Program of the Norwalk Public Schools, focused on wage standards, sexual harassment and other workplace issues. "Before they go into the workplace, they need to know what their rights are, there's a lot of laws out there and a lot of people do not know the laws," said Connecticut Department of Labor Wage Enforcement agent Susanne Tufano. "The employees do not know the laws a lot of the time and the employers do not know the laws because there are so many laws, but we want to try to get the word out there to educate people." Some students concerns ranged from workplace attire, cultural conflicts, wages, and required meal breaks. "If you take a job that may have a certain dress code and may change their dress code, you may want to think about if you want to keep that job or not." "I haven't personally experienced, but I know people that have and I know places that suggest people wear low cut shirts, or short shorts, especially during summer jobs." "Every job is going to be kind of a gateway to your next job," said Tufano. "So if you have down something that you've done something inappropriate in your last job or wore something inappropriate, you may have problems getting future jobs that you may want to get in the future for a lifetime career." The Connecticut Department of Labor's Wage Enforcement agent Michelle Morris says it's important that employees are aware of their company's personnel file. "Looking at it shouldn't cost anything. Getting a copy of it could potentially cost up to $20 a page For more information of the Department of Labor's statutes visit www.ct.gov/dol. Produced By: Priscilla Lombardi
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U.S. Foreign Assistance Reorganization
 
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On October 20, 2017, the authors of six major foreign assistance reform proposals released a consensus plan for State Department and USAID redesign. CSIS was part of the consensus, having published a report on Reforming and Reorganizing U.S Foreign Assistance in July. The other reports involved in the consensus came from former USAID Administrators J. Brian Atwood and Andrew Natsios; MFAN Co-Chairs George Ingram, Tessie San Martin, and Connie Veillette; USAID's Advisory Council on Voluntary Foreign Assistance (ACVFA) Efficiency and Effectiveness in Organization Working Group; Jeremy Konyndyk and Cindy Huang of the Center for Global Development (CGD); and the Atlantic Council’s State Department Reform Report. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to our channel: http://cs.is/2dCfTve CSIS is the world's #1 defense and national security think tank. Visit http://www.csis.org to find more of our work as we bring bipartisan solutions to the world's greatest challenges. Check out the rest of our videos here: http://cs.is/2dolqpj Follow CSIS on Twitter: http://twitter.com/csis On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CSIS.org And on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/csis/
Taxes, Trade,Tariffs and Trump with Robert Reich and Stephen Moore -- Point/Counterpoint
 
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(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv) In an effort to bridge political divides, the UC Berkeley Office of the Chancellor and the Center on Civility & Democratic Engagement host a spirited conversation on taxes, tariffs, trade and President Trump with two economists known for their opposing views: Goldman School of Public Policy Professor and former US Secretary of Labor Robert Reich and Stephen Moore, a visiting fellow for the Project for Economic Growth at the Heritage Foundation. Recorded on 03/20/2018. Series: "Richard and Rhoda Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley" [5/2018] [Show ID: 33505]
Using Literacy Screening Data to Support Students with Reading Difficulties
 
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This webinar was originally broadcast on January 10, 2017. Co-sponsored by Connecticut State Department of Education and SERC. For more information and links/downloads, visit ctserc.net/literacywebinar.
YY Zhou- GPU and Cloud Computing-based Cancer Radiotherapy Treatment Planning
 
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YY Zhou (CSE) and Steve Jiang (School of Medicine), GPU and Cloud Computing-based Cancer Radiotherapy Treatment Planning Quickfire 4-minute presentations by UC San Diego faculty recipients or investigators on the 17 grants awarded for 2012-2013 by the Calit2 Strategic Research Opportunities (CSRO) program
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diploma Safety Officer, CT, PTC, MONTESSORI, EDUCATION , Petroleum Engineering
 
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The Essential Emergency Manager
 
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Why do we need Emergency managers? This video explains why s and how Emergency Managers enable effective action by others.
Transforming urban communities through the arts | Jeff Smith | TEDxFSCJ
 
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Jeff Smith introduces us to “the ARTery” project in Jacksonville, Florida, and shows how similar arts and cultural centers are contributing to the transformation of urban communities throughout the US. Jeff Smith is a consultant and music director with a passion for arts and education. He has developed many partnerships with community organizations, artists, arts organizations, and schools throughout Northeast Florida. Currently, he supports the growth of nonprofits as Founding Principal of Smith Creative Consulting. Through his work with The ARTery he is helping to lead the effort to transform The Armory, an abandoned and historically significant building in Jacksonville, Florida, into a visual and performing arts center. Smith earned a BFA in music education from Long Island University Post, and a MS in music education from Western Connecticut University. He served as Associate Director for the Cathedral Arts Project for three years, leading the program staff and 50 teachers and teaching assistants. During that time he oversaw program research, faculty development, strategic partnerships, and led the expansion of after school, summer, and school day arts programs. More recently he served as Executive Director of City Year Jacksonville during its Founding Year. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Woodbridge Board of Education - 05/22/18
 
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Unusually long meeting, with an hour of public comment re Talented & Gifted. Presentations: Strategic Plan update & Schoolwide Enrichment.
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Work Begins on New Emergency Department at Leicester Royal Infirmary
 
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Original Post Date: 22 May 2015 Demolition work has begun at Leicester Royal Infirmary in preparation for a new £43.3 million Emergency Department. The investment to create a purpose built Emergency Floor is the first part of a major investment in a five-year £320 million strategic plan. The current Emergency Department at the Leicester Royal Infirmary was last updated 10 years ago, and was designed to care for 100,000 patients. The department now sees around 600 patients a day, around 180,000 each year, they expect this figure to increase. Today guests who have been involved in the project were invited to see new artwork and a 3D computer-generated tour of the new Emergency Floor, as well as being able to watch the demolition begin. Chief executive for Leicester’s Hospitals, John Adler, said: “We are incredibly excited to have got this far and would like to thank everyone who has been involved in designing and supporting this process. This much needed development will be the UK’s first frailty friendly emergency department, especially designed to meet the rising demands of an ageing population and will improve the experience, not only for the people of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland, but also for our hard working staff.” “The new department has been designed with a much better flow for our patients, brining services that the emergency team need closer together which will reduce waiting times and improve patient experience.” “The design includes bigger cubicles for patients and more room for ambulances, along with an integrated mental health department and a brand new Children’s ED. It will also be completely paper-free, providing a fully electronic service, saving space and speeding up our processes.” “Demolition will be completed in early August and phase one of the building work will then begin in earnest. We will open our new Emergency Department to its first patients in summer 2017.” A new multi-storey car park at the Royal Infirmary with over 400 extra car parking spaces is also being built as part of the five year plan. The vascular services will be moved to the Glenfield Hospital alongside the cardiovascular service.
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