We Ask Kids How Trump is Doing

ON SATURDAY PRESIDENT TRUMP CELEBRATED HIS FIRST YEAR IN OFFICE. BEEN ALMOST A YEAR SINCE THE INAUGURATION EVEN THOUGH IT SEEMS LIKE DOG YEARS LIKE SO MANY MORE. PRESIDENT TRUMP APPROVAL RATING TO THE POLLS IS 37% ISN’T GREAT THAT’S THE POLL FOR ADULTS I WANTED TO SEE WHAT KIDS THOUGHT. SO WE STOPPED CHILDREN […]

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Japan’s independent kids

Japan’s independent kids

The Ando family are not unique. You see, Japanese families encourage their children to travel to and from school alone every single day. By Western standards, Japanese culture emphasises independence and self-reliance from an extraodinarily young age. In fact, one of Japan’s most loved and longest running TV shows, is called My First Errand, In […]

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How immigrants and their children affect the US economy | Robert Kaplan

GDP is comprised of growth in the workforce and then growth in productivity. So if you have slowing workforce growth that tells you that’s going to create a real headwind for GDP growth. It means that if you’re going to have more than sluggish GDP growth, you’re going to need more growth from productivity. Immigrants […]

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Why I love a country that once betrayed me | George Takei

Why I love a country that once betrayed me | George Takei

I’m a veteran of the starship Enterprise. I soared through the galaxy driving a huge starship with a crew made up of people from all over this world, many different races, many different cultures, many different heritages, all working together, and our mission was to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and […]

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China’s Communist Revolution Still Alive in “Red Schools”

China’s Communist Revolution Still Alive in “Red Schools”

On this episode of China Uncensored, better dead than – Oh my gosh they’re so cute!!!! Hi, welcome to China Uncensored, I’m your host Chris Chappell. Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it. I learned that from Back to the Future. That’s why we do uncomfortable things in school, like learn […]

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Webinar – Measuring outcomes in programs for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander families

Webinar – Measuring outcomes in programs for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander families

Good afternoon everyone and welcome to today’s webinar, ‘Measuring outcomes in programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and communities’. My name is Stewart Muir and I’m a research fellow here at the Australian Institute of Family Studies. I’d like to begin by acknowledging the traditional custodians of the lands on which we meet […]

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A radical & successful approach to working with Indigenous communities | Denise Hagan | TEDxBrisbane

A radical & successful approach to working with Indigenous communities | Denise Hagan | TEDxBrisbane

you I want to acknowledge the traditional owners of this country the Turrbal people and also those traditional owners in lockout River in 2002 I found myself on a very small 10 cedar plane flying to the remote community of Lockhart River in Cape York I was executive director leadership and culture in my State […]

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Webinar: Conducting Culturally Competent Outreach and Enrollment (7/21/15)

Webinar: Conducting Culturally Competent Outreach and Enrollment (7/21/15)

>>Riley Greene Okay. Thank you all so much for your patience there. I hate technical issues. But they happen. So without further ado, we’d love to get started. Thank you all for joining our Connecting Kids to Coverage Webinar on Conducting Culturally Competent Outreach and Enrollment. We have about 275 people signed on right now […]

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Child Welfare Information Gateway: Prevention Resources

Child Welfare Information Gateway: Prevention Resources

All children need strong, healthy families to give them a good start in life. Building on strengths within families and communities helps ensure safe, stable, and nurturing environments for children. If you’re working to strengthen families and protect children, Child Welfare lnformation Gateway has resources to help. Visit www.childwelfare.gov forward slash preventing or call 1.800.394.3366. […]

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The Chicago Parent Program: Making a Difference for Parents of Young Children

The Chicago Parent Program: Making a Difference for Parents of Young Children

Since I’ve been in the program I do believe his behavior has changed strictly because I changed. I can better relate to him, it’s been a long time since I’ve been five. The Chicago parent program is a program that was developed with parents to help address the issues that a lot of parents face […]

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