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    Professional Development

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    Education Consortium, Mississippi Department of Education, and other educational consultants. At times, staff (district, school administrators, and staff) will attend recommended professional developments per Mississippi Department of Education. These professional developments are away from the school/district site and occur over a 1-2 day span (e.g. language essentials for teachers of reading and spelling & Mississippi educator and administrator growth system). The lead figures over most of the committees are the deputy superintendent of instruction, Federal Programs and Title IX Dr. Sandra Nash and Ms. Johnnie Thompson who is over business management, and is the purchasing agent for Claiborne county school district for professional development. The lead instructional specialist for Claiborne County School District is Ms. Trena Warren, and the director of instruction is Dr. Nonya Thrasher are also part of the committee. 2. Discuss information from the surveys, other committees, complaints, etc. that were used to strengthen PD in the district. (20 Points) Professional development at one of our school sites is a result of need assessment surveys that were conducted via the School Improvement Grant. These professional developments have been strategically plan and implemented in order to address the needs from the aforementioned surveys. Professional development that have been facilitated as a result of the School Improvement Grant include but is not limited to,…

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    on handbags only, bringing them to trade shows, and eventually making deals with department stores for pop-up series. In an interview with Ellyn Spragins, Kate and Andy revealed their initial process, “We were running our business out of our home, a loft in Tribeca. Workers would show up at six in the morning. We had so many boxes in our 1,800-square-foot loft during shipping time that we had a path from the bedroom to the bathroom” (Spragins, 2003, page 3). However buyouts from larger…

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    (Hansen & Lampan, 1974). When the BEOG was first established, it provided each student with $1400 minus the amount of the student’s assets and potential family contribution (Hogan, 1973). The BEOG also established a federal formula that helped determine the need of the student, which in turn determined the student’s eligibility for the grant (Services, 2005). The BEOG was indeed revolutionary, but it is important to note that its implementation did not get rid of the Educational Opportunity…

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    preparedness for school and on what the specific issue the child had was that needed to be addressed before starting school.) James Claiborne, author of the novel, “The Irresistible Revolution: Living as an Ordinary Radical” and a devout Catholic, agrees with Ms. T on her ‘turn the other cheek’ philosophy. Jesus taught that to live as a follower of Christ one must tackle every difficult, trying, and violent situation in life peacefully and non-violently. Like Jesus, Ms. T is in turn teaching her…

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    Dolores Claiborne Analysis

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    Dolores Claiborne is a film based on a book written by Stephen King and directed by Taylor Hackford. This thriller is about a woman named Dolores Claiborne, who is wrongfully accused of murdering an elderly woman named Vera Donovan. When her estranged daughter returns to the island to help her mother, memories of her troubled childhood resurface. This film demonstrates the damaging effects of abuse and the victims struggle to gain back control of their lives. The writer skillfully uses the…

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    Sample Research Questions

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    Untitled Research Questions: This research was conducted to investigate the different options that students undertake to make their financial costs less burdensome and more affordable while being enrolled in Undergraduate or Graduate programs at Brandeis University. Often times, students find other ways to reduce costs through optional plans, beyond what the institution has to offer and which are optional—like housing, meal plan, among other expenses. One of those options is to not live on…

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    Types of external considerations within Rutherford County are related to natural disasters, political disasters and macroeconomic shifts, including inflation, rate of growth, and unemployment. As a measure to offset natural disasters, we have relationships with other counties across the state coordinate efforts with our Emergency Management team. Indeed, the county 's mitigation planning efforts consist of local, state, and federal assistance. Unfortunately, there are few measures to plan for…

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    Pinellas County Case

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    Haoyu Zhao PUP432 10.15.2015 Case Brief Contractors And Builders Association Of Pinellas County V. City Of Dunedin Background Context Until the 20th century, the general law in Florida stipulated that local governments could only obtain funds from public revenues as they had no authority to taxes. The local government made the realization that these funds were insufficient for running the everyday affairs of the growing county. For this reason, the county turned to private sources…

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    Public Campaign Finance

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    City-states of the ancient world were one of the first political entities with democratic governance. Part of the democratic process is authorizing individuals to make decisions, holding these individuals accountable, and for these individual to be responsive to the needs of the community (Pitkin, 1957). Today, cities have low levels of democratic participation that hold elected officials accountable and authorize them to have the power to make a decision. At the same time, a majority of the…

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    the User-Friendly Budget may not create further citizen engagement based upon the research. Research has shown that by studying the budget process in all 50 states, we ended up with a wide variety of requirements. The only similarity that appears through this study was that state governments are primarily only concerned with the first step of informing the public. There is no requirement or mandate beyond this to narrow the gap between government's creation of the budget document and citizen…

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