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    Washington dc schools improves its after school program

     

    The Wallace Foundation Invests $8 Million in Washington DC Schools Washington DC Schools after schools and out of school programs are getting a boost from the nonprofit DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation and The Wallace Foundation. The DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation is works to increase the quality, quantity and accessibility of services for children, youth and families in the Washington DC area. The DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation is responsible for giving funds to community organizations for out-of-school time programs, youth entrepreneurship programs, and early childhood development programs and parent centers. The DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation has recently received the promise of $8 million from The Wallace Foundation for Washington DC Schools after school programs. The Wallace Foundation is a national foundation that aims to support the ideas and practices that expand learning and enrichment opportunities. The Wallace Foundation currently lists its three goals as: strengthening education leadership to improve student achievement; enhancing out-of-school learning opportunities; and expanding participation in arts and culture. The Wallace Foundation’s Learning in Communities Washington DC Schools were chosen to be apart of The Wallace Foundation’s Learning in Communities initiative. Learning in Communities strives to develop comprehensive methods for learning in and organizing after school programs that have very high standards. The Learning in Communities initiative has begun in three Washington DC Schools middle schools, Charles Hart Middle School, Kelly Miller Middle School, and Lincoln Middle School. The program currently serves around 600 students but the plan is to expand the program to all middle schools in the Washington DC Schools. The Learning in Communities initiative has help to establish high quality activities outside of the school day; after school, on weekends, and during the summer. The Learning in Communities, guided by the DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation, has created partnerships with Washington DC mayor’s office, Washington DC Schools, leaders, local universities, private foundations, parents, and the community. This partnership is now aiming to add an additional $8 million to the $8 million that has been donated by The Wallace Foundation. This partnership also aims to institute employee volunteers to act as mentors or tutors starting in the 2006-2007 school year. The Learning in Communities initiative is starting in middle schools in Washington DC Schools due to national educational research that has indicated that middle school age children are the best group to help from failing later. The research shows that middle school students who have one or more of the following risk factors are less likely to graduate from high school. The four identified risk factors are failing English, failing math, poor behavior, and truancy. Middle school students in the Washington DC Schools often must deal with added obstacles, such as living below the poverty line, having limited English proficiency and high truancy rates. Washington DC Schools now have more than 150 programs that serve at least some middle-school students but the Learning in Communities initiative aims to put an after school program in every middle school in the Washington DC Schools. The Learning in Communities initiative will improve Washington DC Schools after school and summer programs by connecting the programs, producing diverse quality programs that fit children’s needs, developing better standards for training providers, and creating a database that will allow officials to match children with after-school programs.

         
    Water vapor in the atmosphere affects climate changes

     

    All through our atmosphere water vapor is present as an invisible gas. Through evaporation from the oceans about 90% of this water vapor joins the earth's atmosphere. As the ocean waters get heat from the sun, a part of the water transforms from a liquid to a gas and in the warm water that gas rises. While the sun heats the water, more rapid movement of the water molecules starts. A number of these rapidly moving molecules succeed in detaching themselves of the water below and as water vapor they run away. But the capacity of air to hold water vapor is not unlimited. On the air temperature depend how much it can hold. For warmer air the capacity to hold water vapor is more. As the limit it reaches no more water vapor it can hold, that is, it is saturated, or the saturation point it has reached. Beyond this stage, the water vapor will start coming back to liquid form through condensation. When the water vapor starts condensing that very temperature point is known as the dewpoint here. For the condensation process dirty air formation above ground level is the need really. Particles like dust, salt, and suspended pollutants fill in the atmosphere we live in. As condensation nuclei these materials work since for the water vapor molecules to clump around they find a role. Condensation just above the ground is behind fog formation. Clouds are produced by condensation at higher levels. Since the process for each is absolutely identical with the other, it is quite logical to feel that fog is nothing but a cloud on the ground level. Formation of cloud When condensation takes place above ground level clouds are formed. Water vapor condenses into water droplets when the surrounding air temperature is above freezing point. However water may sublimate or change directly into ice crystals when air temperature below freezing point prevails. Sometimes in a supercooled state below freezing the water vapor can remain. Since generally with altitude temperature decreases, high level clouds have tendency to form into ice crystal clouds while low level clouds may become water droplet clouds, often a combination comes of middle level clouds. Hundreds of millions of droplets and/or ice crystals join to produce clouds. On a number of factors depends the cloud type. For the rise of the air masses three processes work. Of those convection is the first. As the sun heats the surfaces the air above the surfaces starts rising since that air too gets heated. Soil, sand and pavement are some of the surfaces that heat up faster because of their efficiency in the matter. Everywhere these warm bodies of air begin to rise, they ultimately reach the dewpoint and cloud formation is the result. The rise of air is also possible when collision of fronts occur. Cloud formation takes place if in the warm air enough moisture is present. Lifting of air is also possible when it faces mountain ranges and other geographic features. Further, clouds will form if enough moisture is present in the lifted air. Rare cloud shapes are often resulted from orographic lifting. The rise of an air mass continues so long as in respect of the surrounding air it is warmer. The conditions do not get stability still the rise continues. However, with equilibrium stable conditions are quickly reached. Normally, the conditions are unstable if over warm air is present cold air in the upper atmosphere. When warm air is over cold air, stable conditions result generally.

         
    Ways to learn spanish in spain

     

    If you enjoy traveling to Spain, and would like to learn how to better communicate with the native residents, it might make sense to learn Spanish. You might be able to speak “traveler’s Spanish” from a book of Spanish phrases, but if you travel there often, or are moving there, learning the language will definitely help you in your everyday activities. As you become more familiar with the language, you’ll be encouraged to make friends and perhaps participate in local community and social activities. Ways to Learn the Language With a little research, you’ll find that there are a wide variety of options for learning Spanish. You can find private lessons, which are generally the most expensive choice, but they can be great if you desire a one-on-one learning experience. You might also consider a language school. These are good if you thrive on the structure of classroom-style learning. Another choice is self-study, but this is for the most disciplined learner, one that will be driven and motivated to complete the lessons on his or her own. If you’re moving to Spain, the government may be able to direct you to organizations that teach the language. Sometimes, these classes are free. You might also consider checking the classified section of the local paper, or the internet, for a language exchange. This is a free way to learn the language. Whether you learn individually or in a group, it’s a more informal way of learning, taught through casual conversation rather than a structured lesson plan. And as you get more advanced, you’ll find this to be a great way to make friends, and use your skills in a social setting. For Advanced Speakers For those that have mastered the basics of Spanish, advanced learning is the next step. A great way to better understand the language is to talk to locals. Whether you're in Madrid or Alicante, make friends in Spain that you’ll be able to practice on. Talk to the locals when you go about your daily business. Most people will be happy that you’re trying to speak the local language, and will be patient and helpful. Another way to hone your skills is by reading Spanish publications. A magazine such as Puerta del Sol can provide you an opportunity to better learn the language while learning about the Spanish culture. Learning the language will help you better interact with other Spanish speakers in Spain, and will provide a great way to learn more about the culture and lifestyle of the residents.

         
    We live in an algorithmic world

     

    Old timers like the Tennessee Mountain Man have a hard enough time dealing with all these new fangled gadgets and methods of research, advertising, shopping and communicating without the added insult of having to deal with the geek speak of the nerds. Take algorithm for instance. What is an algorithm, and why should anyone care? Please allow the computer man to attempt to bring the algorithmic world in which we must live, worship, work, and play to a place where we old dogs can understand it. Do you recall grade school? Our grade school is what is most often called middle school in the early 21st century. That is where much to our dismay, everything we had learned about adding, subtracting, dividing, and multiplying went up in smoke. Do you remember your introduction to mathematical skills beyond basic arithmetic? Were you frustrated with algebra, graphing, and calculus? Ever doubt that, Albert Einstein not withstanding, it was a real science? Have you ever wished you had been more committed to the development of your mathematical skills? Ever wished you had paid more attention? Have you found the answer to every high school student's burning question, "What will I ever use this stuff for"? In a generation where there are seemingly overwhelming problems grappling with counting by ten (10), we are now challenged to grasp a new math and count by bits and bytes or by multiples of eight (8), if you will. Forget those math tables you were forced to memorize in the second grade. With the possible exception of the multiples of eight (8) such rote memory is of little value now except to balance the checkbook. Those tables are of little use or importance in an algorithmic world where we have been forced to accept that not all things are of equal value. Oh, an algorithm is, simply stated, a specific set of instructions for carrying out a procedure or solving a problem. It may be simplistic or unbelievably convoluted depending on the data to be analyzed, how it is to be processed, what weight or values are to be attributed or given to what information and or its' sources, whether free radicals are allowed and if so what and to what extent, and the desired outcome parameters. An algorithm is in the final analysis just a way to get the job done, and to be fair most of us cannot articulate the protocol or reduce it to a specific applicable diagram. The Tennessee Mountain Man's father, who had only a sixth grade education, was one of those brilliant people who could apply advanced mathematical principles, but was at a loss to explain his reasoning or reduce it to paper. The day you set down in your high school science lab and defined a protocol for the experiment you were about to conduct, you built a an algorithm in it's most simple form although we certainly did not understand it in those terms back in the day. When a math teacher said, 'your answer is correct, but show me how you got there', he was simply asking for the algorithm. Now we begin to understand algorithms, that everything has its' own algorithm, that each of us deals with algorithms all day every day and that it is a term we should neither fear or be intimidated by. Let us build a simple algorithm that actually happened to the computer man not long ago. On a service call the company van gave up the ghost. The transmission died a horrible death and the vehicle refused to move except in reverse. Now what to do? No time, money or need for PhD's and engineers. A little common sense would work. The need: Rent A Van The algorithm: 1. Get the cell phone, 2. Call Hertz, 3. Rent Van, 4. Proceed to next appointment. Four simple algorithmic steps and problem is solved without think tanks, PhDs, engineers, committees, weeks of planning, etc, etc. A similar algorithm or protocol, if you please, determines what operating system runs on your computer or lap top, how it processes data, how you see virtual or non existent documents on your monitor. What you see on your TV screen is real to the extent it lives somewhere, if only on film. What you produce with bits and bytes on your computer through predetermined algorithms is little more than a figment of your imagination unless and until it is produced in some tangible form such a print out or prototype. Why do you think it is called virtual as opposed to literal? Which is easier to rebuild, a virtual house design on your PC or a framed or sketched literal design? It is an algorithmic world. It defines what you fix for and how you prepare dinner, and it determines where your website shows up in Yahoo's index and Google's Page Rank System. It is used by webmasters everyday to determine how often a page can be viewed. The answer may be always, hourly, once a day, or only once depending on the desire of the webmaster. A good example is when you install a new Microsoft operating system and on first run you are redirected to their "run once" page. Can you say, 'hello, algorithm'? It is fairly straight forward. You use it daily. Go forth and embrace it. Go forth an enjoy it. So, the 12 steps of alcoholics anonymous (AA) is the program algorithm. There. Who says, 'you can't teach an old dog new tricks'?

         
    Wealth education using affirmations

     

    If you are a big fan of personal develoment wealth education courses, books and seminars, you probably would have probably known that great wealth education and personal development teachers such as Brian Tracy, Bob Proctor and Anthony Robbins have often talk about positive affirmations to attract wealth, health or whatever you desire. Is it true that you can attract anything that you desire? To some people, using affirmations and visualization techniques to attract wealth and money are some kind of superstitious hocus pocus. However, many of these great create wealth coaches said that if you believe in the power of positive affirmation and practice them, your life can change for the better. "It's not the events of our lives that shape us, but our beliefs as to what those events mean." said Anthony Robbins So what are affirmations? Why are affirmations so powerful? Affirmations are statements of acceptance that you use to allow the manifestation of your desires be they money, love, health or anything else. Affirmations are powerful, positive thoughts and statements sent out by you to the universe. To educate and practice positive affirmations, you will need to eliminate negative thoughts in your mind and things you say and do. You must believe that you and you alone can have your destiny and desires manifested. It must be a positive, powerful belief with unwavering faith. With positive affirmations together with creative visualizations, you can create and manifest abundance into your life. If your desire is to attract wealth easily, then your affirmation will go something like: "I create wealth easily and effortlessly." Repeat it several times while believing that you are already manifesting money. Start to visualize that money is already flowing to you and that you already have the money that you desire. Feel as though it has already happened. While in this mental condition, keep yourself open to all ways and means in which money can flow into your life. It is important for the affirmations that you feel is appropriate to you. The affirmations must resonate with you or charge you emotionally. Here are some manifesting money and wealth affirmations. It is better for you to compose your own affirmations because it will relate with you more so that you can feel more for it. a) I am receiving creating wealth now. b) I have an abundance of whatever I desire. c) All my needs are being met now and I am grateful. d) I have unlimited money and wealth . e) I now give and receive freely. You must believe you your affirmations for them to work. Make your affirmations only in the present tense because you are creating your future. This is also because if you make them in future tense, it shows a lack of confidence and your affirmations may never materialize. Do not get impatient and expect to see immediate results although you may see instant results, but for most of the time, it needs time for things to get organize. Affirmations are futile if they fail to reach you deep enough to touch the limitless powers of your subconscious mind. Now that you know how to use affirmation, use it often if want to attract wealth and other positive desires into your life.

         
    Weather and latitude are not allies

     

    : There is a popular assumption that if you move to higher latitudes (toward the poles) you can escape the heat, and that by moving to lower latitudes (toward the equator) you can escape the cold. The equation is simple. But is it real? If it was, then the most northerly capital, Reykjavнk, would also be the coldest...at least until they establish a country on Antarctica. Yes, it appears that latitude is slacking off and failing to keep temperatures in line. This was brought home to me when preparing for a radio interview in Dublin, Ireland. February had just roiled in and I was sitting back comfortably in my good old glacial Ottawa, Canada, weather, scraping icicles off my toes. I was giddy with excitement over our warm spell, which it was reaching a high of minus-5 (that's about 20-degrees American). I always ask questions the day before an interview, to learn a bit about my audience, so I asked the producer, "So what's the weather forecast for Dublin, Ireland?" asked. "Oh it's horrible," she told me. "People are bracing for a deep winter freeze that's supposed to hit tonight. It might even get as cold as minus-5!" This blew me away, that the folks in Dublin would be worried about the thermometer dips as low as ours spikes high. After all, isn't Dublin about the same latitude as Ottawa? Weather forecast from an atlas I whipped out my trusty atlas. We live almost exactly on the 45th parallel. If we lived exactly on it, we would have to share our bed with a cow and a dozen chickens across the road – that's how close we are. I turned the pages to find Ireland. Could I have been mistaken? Is Dublin really quite south of us? No, it turns out that Dublin lies at the 53rd parallel. Hey! They should be getting colder weather than us. That's not fair. The weather is not fair. Dublin is way to the North of us, so why do we get all the cold? I decided to take a peak at a few other pages of my atlas. Lo and behold, Venice is also on the 45th parallel. Let me tell you that the weather forecast for Venice, Italy never calls for getting buried in snow for three or four months of the year...unless you happen to be viewing "The Day After Tomorrow". In fact, the average temperature in Venice in January is +1 (that's about 34-degrees American). Hmm. I wondered what else lay along the 45th parallel. The French Riviera. Not too much ice going on there. Portland, Oregon. I checked the Portland, USA, weather forecast. Yup, same as Venice in January. And Sevastapol, Urkaine, also with January temperatures near Venice. In fact, no other well-populated area of the world endures so much cold (except parts of Russia, but many of those people can't afford the taxi fare to go somewhere else). So why do so many people with so much wealth live in such an inhospitable climate? I don't know. Maybe we are waiting for latitude to correct this little anomaly. Or maybe our brains are simply frozen. Or maybe that's why so many people around here head south to enjoy that warm Orlando, Florida, weather forecast.

         
    Weather forecast is done mainly on the basis of atmosphere studies

     

    A very common proverb that is somewhat true is, no one does anything about the weather though everyone discusses about it. In fact it is one of the most common topic that people speculate and talk about. Millions of people look over the internet to know about the local and global weather and also weather hazards. All are curious about whether umbrella is required today or whether this weekend's big game is going to be spoiled by rain or not. If you stay on the Earth, weather is bound to affect you in diverse ways. The kind of house you stay in, the type of clothes you were, even the type of leisure activities and games you enjoy - all are determined by the weather. Weather influences the nature of the soil on which we live. Even plants and animals adapt to various living conditions due to weather variations. Depending on their surrounding weather, plants adapt to survive in extreme dry or wet conditions. The shapes of their branches also depend on the prevailing weather. Similarly, the animals also get acclimatized to endure the extremities of their natural habitat. Even though we cannot 'do' much regarding the weather conditions, our meticulous study about the weather helps sharpen our ability to predict the approaching weather conditions. The ability to accurately foresee the oncoming adverse weather conditions help to reduce the loss to the farmers as they can modify their farming practices according to the predicted weather. Weather conditions vary depending on the form of the atmosphere of the earth. A feature unique to the atmosphere that surrounds our world is that it contains water vapor, and a temperature that maintains this water in three different forms - solid, liquid and gas. Technically, the day to day changes in the atmosphere conditions is referred to as the weather. Different aspects of weather like the windspeed, humidity, temperature, type and amount of precipitation etc. are measured to give us an idea of what kind of conditions we face on earth. The sun causes these atmospheric variations and determines the condition of the atmosphere based on the location on the globe. The temperature rises up and falls down faster in land areas than oceans. The Polar Regions receive less intense radiation from the sun than the equatorial regions. The atmosphere is a massive complex phenomenon that wants to maintain an equilibrium of its own, in the same way like every other complicated systems. The cooler regions around the poles of the earth suck in the warm air from the equatorial regions. The rotation of the earth and the friction with the land also determines the movement of air. This whole system is contained within a small area by the gravity of the earth. Complex patterns of low and high air pressure are caused because of the combination of a variety of factors like the geography of an area, the uneven heating, balancing force of the earth to even out the irregularities, and the gravitational and rotational forces. Different weather conditions are produced as result of interaction between these low and high air pressures with the ground.

         
    Weather forecasts should take wind movement into account

     

    The interaction between the heat from the sun and the earth's atmosphere is greatly responsible for the weather of the world. The unequal heating of the earth and the atmosphere's tendency to reach equilibrium forces the movement of large mass of air. This causes changes in the weather condition. The tilt in the earth's axis causes the seasonal variations as different parts of the earth receives varied amount of the sunrays everyday. The Tropical Zone between 23.5 degrees north and 23.5 degrees south receives maximum heat throughout the year. This effects convection. This convection causes the hot air to rise up, form a low pressure and come down again as rainfall. Until it reaches the tropopause (the juncture of the stratosphere and the troposphere) the hot air keeps moving up. It cannot cross the tropopause. It spreads towards the pole and then cools and sinks down generally in between the 30 degrees north and south. The sinking air produces a high pressure belt which causes dry and sunny climate. The deserts on the earth are located mostly in these zones. In the zone between the 30 degrees north and south latitudes the sinking air displaces a considerable mass of air that was already there. Some of it moves towards the equatorial area as trade winds. By the time it reaches the equator, it dies out and this was called the doldrums by sailors. Thus we can see that the global circulation of air is to a large extent a cause of the rise of air in the tropics, sinking of the same in between the 30 degrees north and south latitude and also the eventual flowing back of it to the equator. This whole process was first observed by English scientist George Hadley and thus it gets its name as the Hadley cells. The whole of the rising equatorial wind do not sink in the 30 degrees' zone. Some continues to flow till they reach the poles. They meet the polar air at 60 degrees north and south. This zone is called the polar fronts. From here the warmer air moves towards the 30 degrees' area and this was first observed by William Ferrel in 1856. Thus this process earns its name: the Ferrel cells. There are some air that rises at the 60 degree and flows towards the 60 degrees north and south zone. This is quite a weak process and is popularly called the polar Hadley cells.

         
    Weather fronts are a factor of air movement

     

    Interaction between the Earth's atmosphere and sun's heat is a never-ending process and is always a constant. Every part of the atmosphere doesn't get heated up equivalently at the same time. This in-equivalence makes the large masses of air to move about as an automatic response of the atmosphere to balance itself. The varied types of weather are a direct result of this mass movement of air. The existing air mass in a region gets encountered that is already there when another air mass moves in. front is the boundary that is created between these two air masses. Cold front is when the cold air replaces the warm air and when cold front gets replaced, it is known as a warm front. A cold air mass when encounters a warm front, the colder air get pushed below the warm front. Condensed water vapor changes into clouds when the warm front rises and cools down. Appearance of mid-level clouds follows high cirrus clouds. Mid-level cloud is followed by Thick stratus clouds. Precipitation and wind come next. Often cold fronts produce weathers that are more volatile by nature. The warm air mass moves upward sharply when it comes in contact with a cold front. Convection and instability results due to this sharp upward movement. Along the front trigger storms and formation of large cumulus clouds. An area of strong winds and low-pressure zone gets created due to the quick rise in air. The actual front is accompanied by strong winds and heavy rain. After frontal passage come the persisting showers. At times a cold front overtakes a generally slower moving warm front. The warm front gets pushed aloft the cold front when this happens. An occluded front is the line formed in-between the two fronts as they continue to move together. Light precipitation and Stratus clouds generally accompany the occluded fronts. A stagnant area is formed when two air masses that are different but not strong enough to push and replace the other meet. Precipitation for a long time period accompanied by cloudy weather results in due to this stagnant situation. This stagnant front may as a warm or cold front begin to move or after a few days may dissipate. In summer the chances of occurrence of such stagnant fronts are higher. More than 70% of the Earth's surface is covered by the oceans. Land surface doesn't cool down or heat up as quickly as the water surface and hence heat is efficiently stored in seawater. Due to this characteristic cold or warm water is carried to different parts of the globe by ocean currents. The temperature of the currents below affects the temperatures on the surface. Changes in temperatures of the sea alter climates. It affects more effectively the climate of the coastal region. In the few weeks around the summer and winter solstices the maximum and minimum sea temperatures legs because of the slow heating and cooling nature of water. The weather is affected by the variation in sea and land temperatures that gets heightened due to this lag. As a result large portions of the water surface may experience fogs and the weather in the coastal region might be cooler. In the air the water vapor gets condensed to form clouds that eventually as precipitation falls down on the Earth surface. The whole process starts all over again as most of it goes back to the oceans after a small portion of it gets absorbed by snow and rain.

         
    Weather is a combination of many conditions

     

    Weather is the result of reaction between the Earth's atmosphere to the Sun coupled with encounters with other random and limiting factors like the friction with land and the earth's gravitational force. The average of the variable weather conditions for over a long period of time is referred to as the Climate. How can the possible weather conditions of a geographical area be predicted? Average conditions of a place considered for a period of more than 30 years along with the prevalent extremities describe the climate of that area. The description of climate of a particular place should consist of the information related to the rainfall, cloud cover, moisture, direction and speed of wind, prevalent temperatures, time of sunshine and several other factors. Our desire is to learn the ways of predicting the possible climatic variations in the similar fashion like we wish to predict about the oncoming weather conditions. However, the time periods for climatic changes are much more compared to the time of weather changes. Climate Zones It has been a constant endeavor of the mankind to explore and know the world. This is no exception for climate and weather as well. With the increase in our understanding about the different patterns of weather and climate for longer time periods, we have created our unique ways of classifying and summarizing the different zones of global climate. These climate zones are differentiated based on the Antarctic and Arctic circles, whose latitudes are 66.5 degrees south and north respectively and the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn at 23.5 degrees north and south respectively. This area in between the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn is known as low latitudes. The climate along this area is characterized by high humidity, heavy rains and minimal temperature variation and is known as tropical climate. The areas within the tropics and Antarctic and Arctic circles are referred to as the middle latitudes. These areas usually experience moderate climates with four distinct seasons. This type of climate is referred to as the temperate climates that have cold winters and warm summers with a uniform rainfall. The region between the Antarctic and Arctic circles and the poles is called the high latitudes that experience polar climates. The winters are very long and cold while the summers are a little warmer here. Snowfall is very common in the Polar climate zones. Though the climate zones provide with a broad overview of the global weather, each zone experience some variations in the local weathers. These climate zones are further sub-classified based on maritime and continental places. The maritime places are the areas along the coasts that have a very different climate from the continental or inland places. However the sub-classifications cannot justify the variations due to the ocean currents and mountain ranges. It is obvious that the global zones of climate vary locally to some extent. In some cases, these variations may persist for a long time and result in anomalies in the climatic conditions. Still the classifications of global zones of climate are useful in providing with an idea of the weather patterns across the globe and the expected weather for an area.

         
    Welcome to the indianapolis schools

     

    If you’re considering a move to Indiana and are planning to send your children to Indianapolis Schools, this is the article for you. With numerous magnet programs, a clear instructional framework, and 5 district initiatives to improve learning, Indianapolis Schools are highly organized and are the place to learn. Mission: The mission of Indianapolis Schools is to increase student achievement for all within a safe environment resulting in graduates who are knowledgeable, responsible, productive, employable citizens. Vision: By the year 2010 the Indianapolis Schools will be widely recognized as a model urban school system that is guided by high expectations and standards of excellence. Indianapolis Schools can offer your child a unique experience where their learning is of utmost importance to all faculty and staff. In the 2006-2007 school year, the student population consisted of 36,957 who attended 80 different Indianapolis Schools. 50 of which are K-6 elementary schools, 9 Middle Schools (7-8), and 5 high schools, serving grades 9-12. There are also 4 alternative schools. Indianapolis Schools have a graduation rate of 50%, and the district-wide attendance rate is 93.5%. Indianapolis Schools employ 3,003 teachers, 2,435 support staff, and 238 administrators. Indianapolis Schools are the only schools in central Indiana that offers magnet programs in the areas of: Business and Finance Environmental Studies Foreign Language Immersion Health Professions Humanities Inquiry-Based Learning International Baccalaureate International Studies Life Science and Wellness Math, Science & Engineering Medical Multiple Intelligences Montessori Performing and Visual Arts Science and Technology of Agriculture & its Resources Teacher Preparation Telecommunications Indianapolis Schools have adopted an “Instructional Framework”. This framework, which incorporates the “Best Teaching Strategies”, has four priorities: 1. Preparing the learning environment 2. Connecting with the learner 3. Engaging the learner 4. Assessing the learning The leaders of the Indianapolis Schools have instituted 5 “District Initiatives to Improve Learning”: Small Schools – In contrast to traditional high schools, Small Schools offer a more intimate learning environment than large high schools. This model is better able to address the needs of students, staff and parents. Each small Indianapolis School has an enrollment of no more than 400 students. The purpose of Small Schools is to improve students’ academic, performance, to reduce the dropout rate, and to connect to students in a more personal way. Literacy Improvement – Indianapolis Schools are involved in a multi-year partnership with the National Urban Alliance to increase reading achievement in all schools by providing on-site professional development training for teachers and principals. This training will help faculty improve the quality of instruction. Technology – Indianapolis Schools are leaders of large school districts across the nation in access to technology. The district has implemented IPS Online, a web portal that engages students in accessing online resources and homework assignments remotely. Parents also can log in to check grades, attendance, discipline, homework assignments, school newsletters and other pertinent info. Full-day Kindergarten – Indianapolis Schools offer full-day kindergarten in each elementary school. Some of these programs are available thanks to grants and federal funding, while others are made possible by community partners.

         
    What ails the washington dc schools

     

    Problems that Face Washington DC Schools District of Columbia Public schools are faced with increasingly serious challenges. The 55,000 student system is plagued by gaping disparities between schools that serve the affluent, and those that serve the city’s poorest neighborhoods. And that’s just the beginning. Education officials and concerned Washington DC citizens have identified numerous shortfalls in the system which threaten to polarize schools and students based on their social status. Those Washington DC schools that are located in the more affluent neighborhoods have exceptional rankings for students based on proficiency in math or reading. And many of these schools have one thing in common – the student body is predominantly white. Enrollment at these schools is high, and there is never a shortage of parents queuing up to get their children into these Washington DC schools. Student and teacher motivation levels are elevated and schools that need to fund a new program, in many instances, rely on the parents to make contributions. Compare this to Washington DC schools in less affluent neighborhoods. Chances are these areas are rife with drug use and crime, and many of these schools face immense problems retaining students. In some of these Washington DC schools, the statistics are grim. In one instance, students attaining proficiency levels in math were as low as 5%. When additional funding is required, there isn’t any forthcoming from the state, and parents are often not in a position to fork out extra cash. In such cases, these Washington DC schools turn to a church or other voluntary organizations to make a donation. Safety Issues Washington DC Schools Another major issue concerning Washington DC schools that has citizen watchdog forums rattled is the poor condition of many of the schools in the district. Many of the 167 public schools that fall in this district are in various forms of disrepair. Some of these problems are acute like the huge number of fire safety code violations reported from Washington DC schools – at least 6000 were reported in one study. From broken toilets and moldy tiles to the more famous instances of mercury spillage at one Washington DC school, the capital’s schools are beginning to show the signs of neglect. The effects of these chronic maintenance problems in Washington DC schools are not hard to fathom. It’s difficult for students to be motivated or aim higher when they are surrounded by signs of neglect. A school in a run down condition is sending its children just one resounding message – you don’t deserve a better school. DC education authorities need to wake up and address the situation to ensure that these poor conditions do not become a symptom of a greater malaise in the system.

         
    What are the differences between an ssw msw csw and lcsw

     

    Types of Social Work Degrees: Social workers can earn three types of degrees, as defined by the U. S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics: • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work (BSW): “A bachelor’s degree in social work (BSW) degree is the most common minimum requirement to qualify for a job as a social worker; however, majors in psychology, sociology, and related fields may qualify for some entry-level jobs, especially in small community agencies. Although a bachelor’s degree is sufficient for entry into the field, an advanced degree has become the standard for many positions.” “BSW programs prepare graduates for direct service positions, such as caseworker, and include courses in social work values and ethics, dealing with a culturally diverse clientele, at-risk populations, promotion of social and economic justice, human behavior and the social environment, social welfare policy and services, social work practice, social research methods, and field education. Accredited BSW programs require a minimum of 400 hours of supervised field experience.” • Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW): “A master’s degree in social work (MSW) is typically required for positions in health settings and is required for clinical work as well. Some jobs in public and private agencies also may require an advanced degree, such as a master’s degree in social services policy or administration. Supervisory, administrative, and staff training positions usually require an advanced degree.” “Master’s degree programs prepare graduates for work in their chosen field of concentration and continue to develop the skills required to perform clinical assessments, manage large caseloads, take on supervisory roles, and explore new ways of drawing upon social services to meet the needs of clients. Master’s programs last 2 years and include a minimum of 900 hours of supervised field instruction, or internship. A part-time program may take 4 years. Entry into a master’s program does not require a bachelor’s degree in social work, but courses in psychology, biology, sociology, economics, political science, and social work are recommended. In addition, a second language can be very helpful. Most master’s programs offer advanced standing for those with a bachelor’s degree from an accredited social work program.” • Doctorate in Social Work (DSW or Ph. D.): “College and university teaching positions and most research appointments normally require a doctorate in social work. DSW’s and Ph. D.’s are qualified for research, policy analysis, or teaching at the university level.” Licensing Requirements: License requirements can differ between jurisdictions. Following are guidelines for Utah, courtesy of the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing Mental Health Professional Act, 50-60 and the Social Worker Licensing Act Rules, R156-60a. For other states’ licensing requirements, visit the Association of Social Work Boards website: aswb. org/education/boards/ Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW): “LCSW” means a licensed clinical social worker. An LCSW must have an MSW, DSW, or Ph. D. • The practice of clinical social work includes: a. The practice of mental health therapy by observation, description, evaluation, interpretation, intervention, and treatment to modify behavior through applying generally recognized professional social work principles, methods, and procedures in order to prevent, treat, or eliminate mental or emotional illness or dysfunction. • Training Requirements for Licensure as an LCSW. a. A worker must log 4000 hours of clinical social work and mental health therapy training. These hours must be logged within a two year period and cannot include hours accrued for education purposes. b. The hours must include the following training: individual, family, and group therapy; crisis intervention; intermediate treatment; and long term treatment. • Continuing Education Requirements for LCSW. a. A worker must complete at least 40 hours of continuing education every two years. The coursework must be relevant to social work, be taught be qualified individuals or institutions, and provide proof of attendance. b. For every two-year period, a maximum of ten online or home study CE credits are accepted. • Examination Requirements. a. The examination requirements for licensure as an LCSW include passing the Clinical Examination of the ASWB or the Clinical Social Workers Examination of the State of California. • Scope of practice - Limitations. a. To the extent they are prepared through education and training, an LCSW can engage in all acts and practices defined as the practice of clinical social work. Certified Social Work (CSW): “CSW” means a licensed certified social worker. A CSW must have a master’s degree. • The practice of certified social work includes: a. The supervised practice of mental health therapy by observation, description, evaluation, interpretation, intervention, and treatment to modify behavior through applying generally recognized professional social work principles, methods, and procedures in order to prevent, treat, or eliminate mental or emotional illness or dysfunction. • Licensure requirements for a certified social worker. a. A worker must produce certified transcripts from an accredited institution of higher education recognized by the division in collaboration with the Social Worker Licensing Board verifying satisfactory completion of an a social work education program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education and an earned master’s degree resulting from completion of that program; or an education program that contains approved clinical social work concentration and practicum in content. • Examination Requirements. a. The examination requirement for licensure as a CSW includes passing the Masters, Advanced Generalist, or Clinical Examination of the ASWB. Social Service Worker (SSW): “SSW” means a licensed social service worker. An SSW must have a minimum of a bachelor’s degree. • The practice as a social service worker includes: a. The supervised or unsupervised use of professional social work principles and practices, particularly patient and case management. b. DOES NOT include engaging in the practice of mental health therapy with an individual, family, group, or any other persons. • Experience Requirements for Licensure as a SSW. a. A worker must have 2000 hours of supervised social work activity or one year of qualifying experience for licensure as a SSW. b. A master’s degree qualifying an applicant for licensure as an SSW must a field of social work, psychology, marriage and family therapy, or professional counseling. c. A worker must produce certified transcripts from an accredited institution of higher education recognized by the division in collaboration with the Social Worker Licensing Board verifying satisfactory completion of: (i) a bachelor’s degree in a social work program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. (ii) a master’s degree in a field approved by the division in collaboration with the social worker board. (iii) a bachelor’s degree in sociology, psychology, family sciences, or other field approved by the division in collaboration with the Social Worker Licensing Board and also documentation of 2,000 hours of supervised social work activity approved by the division in collaboration with the board (iv) a bachelor’s degree in any field, if the applicant has completed: A. the equivalent of three credit hours of course work or other approved training in full-life human growth behavior, abnormal psychology, social work values and ethics, social welfare, or social welfare policy; B. an approved social work practice methods course; and C. one year of qualifying experience under the supervision of a licensed certified or clinical social worker, which experience is approved by the division in collaboration with the Social Worker Licensing Board • Examination Requirements. a. A worker must pass the Bachelors Examination of the ASWB.

         
    What are the educational benefits of a distance learning college

     

    Be honest. How many times have you said something like, "I don't have the time to go to school"? If you're like most working adults, or those with family responsibilities, that comment is awfully common, and rather sad, because no one should lack higher education because of time constraints. That's one of the benefits of attending a distance learning college. Classes come to you, not the other way around. You determine the best time for your studies, whether it's after midnight or at four o'clock in the morning. The good news is that today, nearly 50 percent of higher education institutions around the country, and the world, offer some type of online learning opportunities, whether it's a few courses or an entire degree program. Web based course work and degree opportunities offer students of all ages, backgrounds and financial situations to consider the education that used to be off limits to them for various reasons. No longer is time an issue when it comes to distance learning. Working online at home, work or in a library is now an option for those who must work and take care of families as well as other responsibilities on a daily basis. Even night and weekend school is not an option for some, as transportation and location in many areas is difficult, if not impossible, to obtain. Learning online through a distance learning college offers the same quality and degree weight that would be received through a traditional educational campus. Distance learning schools must be accredited, so the school of your choice should offer potential students everything that a typical college campus does, including student services, financial offices, student support services as well as guidance and educational counselors. You won't be limited to attending a physical campus in your area, but can branch off into different states, or even countries, if you desire. It is the responsibility of the online college student to follow study guidelines and coursework curriculum within the parameters offered by guidance counselors of any distance-learning program, and must also be able to work independently of others in this environment. For those tackling a distance learning degree, discipline is essential in order to complete coursework in a timely manner, as well as the ability to study and prepare for final examinations and complete testing requirements. With a distance learning college, every student experiences a sense of equality with others enrolled in various courses and programs, and in a sense, everyone is in the same boat, starting and finishing with the same coursework and restrictions as everyone else. In some cases, this sense of equal footing acts to provide a sense of accomplishment to those who usually have trouble competing with others in a student environment. Instructors are accessible online via email, chat rooms and forum discussion boards, and offer student ample opportunities to communicate. Distance learning colleges are offering a new way of learning for 21st century students, one that will continue to increase in both availability and quality as demands increase. Millions of students worldwide are taking advantage of this style of learning for various reasons, but no matter where they are, they are finally receiving the higher education they have always dreamed of. It's about time.

         
    What can carl jung eastern philosophy and photography teach us about creativity

     

    Do you think that creative writing can be taught? First, let me say that I have taken only one creative writing course in my life. And so, my experience is not extensive. But, having written for many years, I can tell you what I’ve observed. Teachers can help you hone your craft. They can even teach you tricks to overcome obstacles to the creative flow. But I doubt they can teach you to be creative. If I worked very hard with a good teacher, I might gain respectable proficiency at the piano. I might even learn musical theory and composition and pass every course with honors. And yet, I’ll never compose a piano sonata, which stirs us to the depths, without that amazing ingredient creativity. It can’t be taught. Why not? Because creativity is a gift. It comes from within, and is personal to the individual. You either find it within yourself and work with it or you don’t. It’s much the same with writing or painting. Only a tiny handful will ever write a novel, which is truly original or creative. If a writer does manage such a feat, he or she likely created it only after many years of hard, lonely struggle. It’s a private task, which doesn’t much benefit from exposure in the classroom. After all, don’t you do your very best work in a quiet spot, late at night when the daily minutiae have faded to a dull roar? And then, consider if you have ever read a novel written by a committee? Carl Jung, the Swiss psychiatrist and father of psychoanalysis, speaks of the creative instinct along with other instincts, such as the urge to activity and reflection. These are innate instincts, which cause human beings to strive, build and create. So, if it’s a human instinct, isn’t it available to all human beings? Apparently not. If it were, all of us would all be able to write that sonata or novel which speaks to untold generations. Jung also says that the creative artist is one who has unusual access to the subconscious. If so, maybe there’s a way to access that mother lode. I’ve been reading a fascinating book, The Tao of Photography. With many beautiful photographs, it’s written by Dr. Philippe Gross and Dr. S. I. Shapiro, both psychologists and photographers. Sometimes, I really enjoy camera work as it helps me concentrate on my surroundings, which I find helpful in capturing a mood for writing. The book applies the teachings of the Chuang-tzu, a collection of writings from the fourth, third and second centuries B. C.E. to the art of photography. It speaks of Little Understanding and Great Understanding. I love how those states of being are described: Great understanding is broad and unhurried; Little understanding is cramped and busy. Chuang-tzu It seems to me that our daily lives are filled up with ‘little understanding.’ Just look at my daily list of errands and things to do! Here we are running around with our heads down [cramped and busy] concentrating on the little inconsequential stuff. What if we look up and around ourselves and even inside ourselves? Great understanding is broad and unhurried. Just think what we might see and what doors we might open. When we slow down and shift our focus not only to observing everything about life, but also looking inside ourselves, that’s when we have a chance of tapping into the creative spirit. Unless we do, no amount of concentration on technique [which can be taught] will ever help us listen to our inner voice. After all, aren’t writers always told they must find their own voice? I say to do that, we have to learn to listen and pay attention to the outer life surrounding us as well as our own inner life. Suppose you do actually get past that cramped and busy stage. [The Tao of Photography has numerous excellent suggestions as to how to accomplish that.] What will you find? Maybe nothing special. But if a writer is lucky, he might just tap into something wonderful…his true creative spirit. If we can get out of our conscious way and let the images, words, music, ideas and emotions flow, then we just might have something to work with. In writing, I think that’s what the first draft is all about. Then the more rational, analytical part of the brain takes charge and refines what has been created. Then a teacher can help you by showing you the techniques of your craft. Maybe a first draft of a novel should be a prerequisite for entry into a creative writing course. What do you think?

         
     
         
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