By Luis E. Martinez, DDM
A few months ago, I had the privilege of meeting a few of our wounded soldiers at an event. Listening to their experiences, I felt inadequate as they spoke of losing their sight, limbs, and loved ones. I was amazed at their strength to continue on with their [...]
Editor’s Note: If you didn’t already see it, an interview with Jack was featured on the front page of the Orlando Sentinel recently. Of course, we’re proud of Jack for many reasons and very proud that he is the director of the GRANDPartners for GRANDParents Program. Front & Center: ‘Saging’ bridges generation gap
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By: Roy Miller – The Children’s Campaign
Today, Voices forAmerica’s Children released an updated report that analyzed the first 20 presidential debates and the frequency of questions focused on substantive children’s issues.
The report – Election 2012 Debate Watch Update: Moving America’s Children Into the Spotlight – chronicled that more than 1,000 questions have [...]
Question: If your teacher tells you that 90 percent of your exam will be on the first five chapters of the textbook, do you spend an equal amount of your time reading chapters six, seven and eight? Or do you focus — invest more of your resources — on learning and understanding those first [...]