Wells, where he said that “human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe”. Sen maintains that “if we continue to leave vast sections of the people of the world outside the orbit of education, we make the world not only less just, but also less secure”. To Sen, the gender aspect of education is a direct link between illiteracy and women’s security..
Chernobyl Closure (14.4 28.8) Alex Kleimenov reports from Ukraine on the closure of the Chernobyl nuclear power station, more than 14 years after the world’s worst nuclear accident there. The last remaining reactor shut down today, one day ahead of schedule. For most people, the name Chernobyl will forever be associated with the explosion and fire that killed dozens of workers in the immediate aftermath and caused thousands of cases of cancer.
What this coach knows is that her identity awareness is essential to being a successful coach.When position and race are involved in supporting educators, coaches benefit from what Zaretta Hammond in Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain describes as an “equation: rapport + alliance = cognitive insight” (Hammond, 2015, p. 75) for teachers in the classroom to frame their building of relationships with students. We believe this classroom strategy applies to adult support, as well.
DANIELS, Willis Oakley Peacefully, at Brantford General Hospital, on Sunday July 1, 2018, a long time resident of Paris, in his 92nd year. Beloved husband to the late Marjorie (nee MacDonald 2014) for over 61 years; loved dad to Pat Harmer (Don), Carol Beaton (Dan), Bev Schermerhorn (Doug), Melanie Silva (Moses) and Kim Zombeck (Rick); cherished grandpa to 12 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren; and 2 great great grandchildren; dear brother to 5 sisters and 1 brother. Also survived by several nieces and nephews.
I got on the phone, attempting to raise a plumber. No dice. I must have left twenty or twenty five messages; no live person answered my calls for help. What a contrast? Families can be driven into bankruptcy or spend years paying off medical liens against their property when serious illness strikes. Health insurers struggle, as it seems they always have, to provide coverage to those who need it most. It is, after all, easy and inexpensive to cover those who don’t need the coverage, just as it is for homeowner and auto insurance companies to cover those who rarely call on their policies for a hand out.
As I consider myself a landscape photographer always enjoy seeing the photos the people post on Flickr of marco shots where you have to look closely and figure out where and how it was done. Photography offers never ending options and styles. I hope one day to get to em all! Macro work has always been a favorite of mine.