August, 2014

Personal-Finance Hack Thanks To Harvard

August 22, 2014 Nemes Finance

Hello, its OK, you are not alone. SeemsAppears like everybody is looking for the easy button, the get-out-of-jail-free card, a set of personal-finance hacks that can get you up and from wherever you presently discover yourself stuck. Yet in the back of your head you have a sneaking suspicion that a great deal of the […]

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Finance,

Fed’s Fisher: FOMC Moving TowardsApproaching Hawkish Position

August 21, 2014 Nemes Random

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Richard Fisher said Tuesday he didnt needhave to dissent at last weeks monetary policy meeting because his fellow central lenders are increasingly gravitating toward his hawkish rate of interest outlook. Mr. Fisher is a ballot member of the monetary policy setting Federal Open Market Committee. He has likewise been […]

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Economics,

Editorial: Heed Former Governors On McCleary Education Case

August 20, 2014 Nemes Education

THE five living previous governors of Washington squeezed their significant political and civic gravitas into a slim legal brief this week, with an easy message to the state Supreme Court: withdraw. The high court is threatening to hold the state in contempt for failing to make even more progress towards complete financing of education by […]

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Education,

The Economics Of Ebola, Or Why There’s No Remedy

August 20, 2014 Nemes Random

The basic answer, as Beth Skwarecki of PLoS.org explains, can be found in economics. The Ebola virus doesn’t rank as a major illness. As the going along with chart shows, measles strikes about 20 million individuals a year and eliminates more than 120,000; cancer adds 14.1 million cases a year and eliminates 8.2 million; HIV […]

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Economics,

Economics A Matter Of Sluggish Growth

August 19, 2014 Nemes Random

A few hours before President Obama providedtalked in Kansas City on Wednesday about the state of the countrys economy, David Mitchell spoke with a group of Springfield business leaders about Missourians bleak view of their requirements of living and recuperation from the economic downturn. If you speak with someone at Walmart and you ask about […]

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Economics,

Mitchell: Riddle Education Funding Not Yet Fixed

August 18, 2014 Nemes Education

OXFORD– The late state Sen. Grey Ferris, an author the Mississippi Adequate Education Program, had a pat response whenever he heard somebody say that generous financing of Mississippis public schools wouldnt fix whats broken. How do we understandwe understand? Ferris would state. Weve never ever attempted. It was a paradox that both Kirk Fordice and […]

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Education,

The Education Revolution Is Right Here Right Now– Do Not Miss It

August 17, 2014 Nemes Education

In a recent post, I talked at length with Rick Beyer. Rick is a managing partner of Miles Howland Education Partners, a financial investment company concentratingconcentrating on the greatercollege sector. During that interview we discussed innovation connecting to macro trends in education. In this second meeting we are discussing innovation challenges and chances that are […]

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Education,

Contributions Flowing In Education-related Races

August 16, 2014 Nemes Education

With the November election only 3 months away, prospects and campaign committees are building their war chests in races with effects for education. In battleground Jefferson County, 2 Democratic senators with seats on the Senate Education Committee each have raised more than $100,000 in the battles to hold their seats.

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Education,

Sheheen’s Education Plan Focuses On 4K, Instructors’ Pay

August 15, 2014 Nemes Education

COLUMBIA – South Carolina’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate launched a strategy Monday for improving the state’s public schools that consists of additionally expanding access to kindergarten for 4-year-olds, enhancing instructor incomes and lowering course sizes. State Sen. Vincent Sheheen released his education campaign ahead of several weeks of conferences he prepares to accept teachers and parents. […]

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Education,

Education Ought To Have To Do With Building Abilities, Not Financial Obligation

August 14, 2014 Nemes Education

Education has altered dramatically over the years. With numerous policies and demands, weve permitted our education system to end up being stagnant. Far from being the entrance to success it once was, much of todays highercollege system treats students as commodities to be processed with an assembly line. ALLHANDS: The education expense you heard nothing […]

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Education,

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