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What the Poverty Rate Tells Us About the Overall Economy - NYTimes.com

What the Poverty Rate Tells Us About the Overall Economy - NYTimes.com

According to OCR’s Civil Rights Data Collection office, students with disabilities were restrained or secluded at a higher rate than other students. The office reports that about 100,000 students were placed in restraint or seclusion during the 2013-14 school year; of those students, 69,000 were students with disabilities who received academic services under IDEA.

According to OCR’s Civil Rights Data Collection office, students with disabilities were restrained or secluded at a higher rate than other students. The office reports that about 100,000 students were placed in restraint or seclusion during the 2013-14 school year; of those students, 69,000 were students with disabilities who received academic services under IDEA.

Tragedy is another blow to a bankrupt city dealing with high poverty and crime rates

Long-troubled San Bernardino in shock over mass shooting

Tragedy is another blow to a bankrupt city dealing with high poverty and crime rates

Will The U.S. Economy Ever Be Fully Recover And How Long Will It Take To Fully Recover? Get News For United States Economy

Will The U.S. Economy Ever Be Fully Recover And How Long Will It Take To Fully Recover? Get News For United States Economy

This retelling of the classic fable focuses on economic aspects that make the story so compelling, including the problems with exorbitant tax rates, income inequality, and dire poverty. Exquisite illustrations and masterful story telling make this book a must-read.

This retelling of the classic fable focuses on economic aspects that make the story so compelling, including the problems with exorbitant tax rates, income inequality, and dire poverty. Exquisite illustrations and masterful story telling make this book a must-read.

Art Start’s Family Portrait Project uses portraits and story-telling to actively shift the focus on homeless families by celebrating their strength and unity through difficult times. Through this work, Art Start is seeking to inspire compassion and respect for the resiliency of the human spirit, both within families themselves undergoing poverty-related hardship as well as within New York City’s greater community, grappling with record rates of homelessness. Learn more about the Fam…

Art Start’s Family Portrait Project uses portraits and story-telling to actively shift the focus on homeless families by celebrating their strength and unity through difficult times. Through this work, Art Start is seeking to inspire compassion and respect for the resiliency of the human spirit, both within families themselves undergoing poverty-related hardship as well as within New York City’s greater community, grappling with record rates of homelessness. Learn more about the Fam…

Protestors run Mayor Rahm Emanuel off the stage at public budget meeting - On August 31, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel held his first public budget meeting in four years and was met with a very hostile crowd consisting of Black Lives Matter Chicago activists and some hunger strikers. Emanuel took the stage for Round 2 of the budget meeting tonight, and things went even worse for the mayor. The Chicago Tribune’s Bill Ruthhart was there among the chaos.   Hey, look: It’s Black Lives Matter…

Protestors run Mayor Rahm Emanuel off the stage at public budget meeting - On August 31, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel held his first public budget meeting in four years and was met with a very hostile crowd consisting of Black Lives Matter Chicago activists and some hunger strikers. Emanuel took the stage for Round 2 of the budget meeting tonight, and things went even worse for the mayor. The Chicago Tribune’s Bill Ruthhart was there among the chaos. Hey, look: It’s Black Lives Matter…

Check it out for yourself just about anywhere. Red states generally have more teenage pregnancies, higher rates of high school dropout, less educated workers, more poverty. They're almost always worse off.

Check it out for yourself just about anywhere. Red states generally have more teenage pregnancies, higher rates of high school dropout, less educated workers, more poverty. They're almost always worse off.

The Encouraging Poverty News That Official Data Isn't Telling Us

The Encouraging Poverty News That Official Data Isn't Telling Us

Week #26 Case Study - Cambodian Poverty.  This 1 hr and 22 min documentary tells the story of children who live on the street in Cambodia.  Why does this happen?  Why are they ignored?

Week #26 Case Study - Cambodian Poverty. This 1 hr and 22 min documentary tells the story of children who live on the street in Cambodia. Why does this happen? Why are they ignored?