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Occupy Wall Street Sept. 17, 2011
September 19, 2011 | Eileen Ambrose, The Baltimore Sun The number of borrowers defaulting on federal student loans continues to rise in Maryland and elsewhere. But even during the long and painful economic recovery, many of these defaults likely are unnecessary.
Gina Keatley's nonprofit is giving fresh food to people in poor New York neighborhoods The group also educates people about how to eat healthy on a low budget Keatley is hoping to eliminate the correlation between poverty and obesity Do you know a hero?
There is a deep irony in the fact that we honor Dr. King with a national holiday, because he enjoyed no such mainstream acceptance during his lifetime. Dr.
McMeans, 73, who lives about 40 miles southwest of the state capital Montgomery, is one of a shrinking number of people who still have no indoor plumbing, no hot and cold water, no bath or shower, according to Census 2000 data. Most are elderly, poor and living in rural areas. Nationwide, about 50,000 fewer households lacked complete plumbing in 2000 than in 1990, dropping from 721,693 homes (0.78%), to 670,986 homes (0.64%).
“Making” Our Future focuses on the results of an NGA Center for Best Practices Policy Academy where teams from eight states— California, Colorado , Connecticut , Illinois , Kansas , Massachusetts , New York and Pennsylvania —participated in an intensive, year-long strategic planning process to support advanced manufacturing by combining workforce education and support for business innovation, university-industry partnerships and public and private sector entrepreneurship. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Upon completion of the demonstration well in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, the second leg of the trip was to join with World Vision in Luanda, Angola. Knowing that there were some uncertainties with our shipment clearing customs, the decision was made to depart for Huambo (an 8 hour drive southeast of Luanda and an area of focus for WV) to begin procurement of needed items.
In 1989, when Wendy Kopp proposed the idea in her senior thesis at Princeton of quickly training outstanding college graduates to teach in high-poverty schools for at least two years, her adviser told her she was "quite evidently deranged."
Amarynth Sichel donates cooking skills to raise money for charity. Social entrepreneurship has surged on U.S. campuses "FeelGood World" has 23 chapters on U.S. campuses Students learn how to start social enterprises "Social entrepreneurship" grows as a subject of study for U.S. college students Harvard, Columbia and Stanford are among the universities offering "Social E" courses