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Foundation Center Directory Grant Funders
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GRANT FUNDERS Grant FundersAfter accessing the Foundation Center Directory, International Directory of Company Histories (Johnson, 2019), volume 206 was opened. The list of many companies who have contributed to the history and modern times of the American economy is presented. According to their ranks, the following five potential grantmakers are enlisted below, 1 being the strongest potential while five being the weakest.1. PT Gudang Garam Tbk is one of the well-known cigarette-making companies that specifically produces kretek- clove-flavored cigarettes- being the foundations of its $83.3 trillion revenues for 2017 (Johnson, 2019, p. 355). With the estimation of its Indonesian market and the smokers around the world who smoke its produced cigarettes, 67%, it makes it the most suitable potential grantmaker in this list. Its rank is number 1 since the profits speak for its reasons. The market position of this company is the strongest in the market. Among its competitors,…


Craft. (n.a.). Gudang Garam.

Craft. (n.a.). Quintana Energy Services.

Craft. (n.a.). Ramseier.

Grant Evaluation Program Evaluation Overall
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Ensuring that 100% of group participants will be able identify at least one safety, nutrition, or parenting concern at each session will be evaluated by:

In-session prompting for each group participant to identify at least one such concern

Ongoing recordkeeping and evaluation of failures to meet this objective, with immediate additional interventions initiated after one incident of failure

Program leader/coordinator evaluations that ensure proper practices, methodologies and knowledge areas are incorporated into every group session

Collection Personnel and Methodologies

Data will be collected in various forms by all program leaders and instructors, with certain data collected during group sessions and other data collected through later interviews. The same individual tasked with overall program design will also be responsible for external data collection and coordination with other offices and organizations that offer similar or related services. The education coordinator will be responsible for the ongoing collection, collation, and analysis of internal…

Grant Thorton Overview Grant Thornton International Is
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Grant Thorton Overview

Grant Thornton International is a multinational firm that specializes in a network of independent accounting and consulting firms that provide tax, fiscal advisory services, and assurance to numerous public and private entities. The company is a non-profit, non-practicing global umbrella organization that requires membership and is organized as a private company, incorporated in the United Kingdom, and has no shares of capital stock. In 2012, the organization posted revenues of $4.2 billion with almost 36,000 global employees. There are over 2,500 member firms within the organization; each helping other companies grow to meet their potential and strategic models, all in the spirit of fairness, equitability and global cooperation (Grant Thornton 2011).

Over the past few years, the company has experienced numerous pressures because of the change in the global marketplace, expectations of stakeholders, and the individual goals of the partner services. This has resulted in a number…


Armendariz, B & Morduch, J 2007, The Economics of Microfinance, MIT Press, Boston, MA.

Grant Thornton 2011, Grant Thornton announces U.S. $3.8 in global revenues, viewed January 2013,

Reuters 2010, U.S. Judge approves Parmalat ex-auditors settlement, viewed February 2013, 

Savage and McEltory 2005, 'Keeping Business Above Board: Compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Pratices Act', Security Management, vol 22, no. 1, pp. 33-45.

Grant and Lee Ulysses S
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S. citizens.

Despite all of the destruction and chaos that had crippled the South as a result of the war and his surrender to Grant, Lee was considered "the symbol of everything for which (the Confederate soldiers) had been willing to die." Thus, "if the Lost Cause," being the loss of the Old South and its aristocratic/slavery system, "sanctified by so much heroism and so many deaths, had a living justification," it was obert E. Lee (Catton, 2003, 632).

In contrast, Ulysses S. Grant "was everything Lee was not," for instead of being raised in a rather well-to-do family with close and important ties to a number of wealthy and prominent Southern political figures and leaders, Grant, the son of a skin tanner of the Western American frontier, had been raised "the hard way" and symbolized the "eternal toughness" and sinewy fiber" of the great mountain men, those who had…


Catton, Bruce. (2003). "Grant and Lee: A Study in Contrasts." Bannon: A Writer's Workshop: Crafting Paragraphs, Building Essays. New York: McGraw-Hill Companies, 631-34.

Grant and Wilson Public Policy
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He focused on tariff reform in the Underwood-Simmons Act by arguing that high tariffs created monopolies and hurt consumers, pushed to end certain child labor practices, and above all tried to engender a fairer distribution of public funds for housing, utilities, and public projects (Wilson, 2011).

However, looking back at his pre-World War I policies, it was his adamant work on currency and banking reform that seemed to have the greatest impact on American society. The Federal eserve's Monetary Policy is the most important function of the Fed and is probably the most used policy in macroeconomics. Monetary policy refers to the actions undertaken by a central bank, such as the Federal eserve, to influence the availability and cost of money and credit to help promote national economic goals. The Federal eserve Act of 1913 gave the Federal eserve responsibility for setting monetary policy. The Federal eserve controls the three…


Grant: A Reference Resource. (2011). Miller Center at the University of Virginia. Cited in: 

Woodrow Wilson. (2011). Cited in: 

Wilson: A Reference Resource. (2011). Miller Center at the University of Virginia. Cited in:

Grant and Lee Bruce Catton Thinks the
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Grant and Lee

Bruce Catton tinks te meeting between Grant and Lee tat worked out te terms of surrender of Lee's army marked a new capter in te lives of Americans. Tis is true because tis meeting brougt to an end a four-year civil war. Catton adduces tat te signing of te papers between Grant and Lee tat culminated into te end of civil was a contrast in itself. Tese were two men wit opposing personalities wo fate ad brougt togeter.

Robert Lee was of te opinion tat te lives of Americans sould integrate elements of aristocracy after all is background was synonymous wit family, culture, and tradition (Catton 668). His was an embodiment of knigtood and Englis country squire. Lee never subscribed to a belief tat all men sould ave equal rigts and equal cances in te world; not in America, a country e regarded as beginning all over…

"Summary of "Grant and Lee: A Study in Contrasts." Anti-Essays. n.d.Web. 26 Oct.


Grant and Lee a Study in Contracts
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Grant and Lee: A Study in Contracts

Why do the differences between Grant and Lee receive more extended treatment than the similarities? Why are the similarities discussed last?

The United States, at Appomattox, had just suffered a profound rend in its history because of the Civil War, culturally and personally. For the duration of the war, the nation's regional and political differences rather than its similarities had come to the forefront. The personages, political views, and upbringings of Grant and Lee are used to emphasize this, as "they were two strong men these oddly different generals, and they represented the strengths of two conflicting currents that through them, had come into final collision. As North and South was in contrast, so the generals at the head of the army represented this contrast. But ultimately, these generals were forced to come to peace, and thus their similarities are discussed at the…

Grant and Wilson I Propose That Doing
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Grant and ilson

I propose that doing a comparison of Presidents Ulysses S. Grant and oodrow ilson would allow for a comprehensive understanding of how the leadership styles of these two men shaped the United States of America during their respective administrations. They will be compared in terms of their public and political leadership, how they functioned as Chief Executive and the leader of the Executive Branch, and how they functioned as Chief Legislator including their relationship with Congress.

Public and Political Leader:

During his initial run for office, Grant was a very popular man with the American public. He was considered a hero of the Civil ar. His accomplishments included expansion of Republicanism into the south which yielded the first elections of black Congressmen. However, his administration was marred by corruption and he has gone down in history as one of the least effective presidents politically (ilentz 2010).


Works Cited:

Blackmon, Douglas A. (2009). Slavery by Another Name: the Re-Enslavement of Black

Americans from the Civil War to World War II. Anchor Books. 357-58.

Cooper, John (2009). Woodrow Wilson: A Biography.

Link, Arthur (1945). "The Baltimore Convention of 1912." American Historical Review. 50(4):

Grant Application Project Title Do
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For example, if one case study is presented per week in the curriculum, this could be "dosed up" by presenting two or three case studies per week to the classes in the intervention group. This could have the desired effect of increasing the expected effect size.

Attrition rates must be accounted for when determining sample size. If there was a 30% attrition rate, the determined sample size would remain realistic, since 88 nursing schools is still a considerable number of schools to work with as long as the numbers of schools that do and do not use case studies in the study are relatively equal.

Collecting a sample of this size would not take a large amount of time. The recruitment process would involve identifying BSN and ADN programs who are HESI clients and either do or do not use standardized case studies. Enough programs would have to be identified…


Nibert, a.T., Young, a., Adamson, C. (2006). Predicting NCLEX success with the HESI exit exam: fourth annual validity study. Nurse Education, May-June (supplement), 38S-34S.

Habib, F., Eshra, D.K., Weaver, J., Newcomer, W. (1999). Problem-based learning: a new approach for nursing education in Egypt. Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 5(3), 6-11.

Grant and Lee A Study
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Many people do not understand this distinction in school, but when they get into the 'real world' they will often discover it. I liked this essay a lot because it was very true to life, and because Baker was not afraid to say what he thought about the issue instead of trying to make sure that he kept everyone who read the essay happy with his beliefs. Since he was not trying to please everyone, his honesty came through and was quite valuable.

Men and Women Talking on the Job' was written by Deborah Tannen and deals with differences in communication between the genders. It is written in the block style. The main thesis of the essay is that men and women have very different communication styles and this often leads to problems and misunderstandings. The author makes her point very well, and the way that she does this is…

Grant Money
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intervention used to address the program outcome, school and community leadership in its application to improving Hispanic 8th grade females is a creation of a community/school task force, or focus group to address these issues.

To make this decision I used mostly my intuition as it guided me towards this answer. Its simple and the research suggests it can be effectively and economically put into place.

This intervention is superior because it does not exist in the current school's system. Its superiority is measured by the amount of effort that is being placed in the intervention.

This intervention will draw upon selected members of the school's faculty extra time. This task force may need to replenish this resource.

Grant Proposal Draft

Executive Summary

The purpose of this proposal is to inform you about the efforts that our school is making to help achieve new levels of success. We are looking…


Module 3 Reference Sheet.

Ramirez, R. (2012). Hispanic Kids Lag Without Early Literacy Support. National Journal 17 Oct 2012. Retrieved from 

Tresaugue, M. (2005). Hispanic Literacy In U.S. shows Troubling Signs. Chron, 16 Dec 2005. Retrieved from

Artist Grant Wood
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Grant ood

The best possible introduction to Grant ood's American Gothic is the fact that it was listed by The ashington Times as one of the most important icons of the 1930's in America: "Hardship at home and conflict abroad...the Great Depression. Dust bowl farmers sought a harvest of hope...labored to lift the countries spirits...Pitchfork Picture: Grant ood paints American Gothic." (The ashington Times, May, 1999)

Created in 1930, American Gothic captured the public imagination and shifted the attention of American painting from the cosmopolitan to the rural: "Grant ood's 'American Gothic' caused a stir in 1930 when it was exhibited for the first time at the Art Institute of Chicago.... Newspapers across the country carried the story and the painting of a farm couple posed before a white house...." (The Art Institute of Chicago eb site)

hy did a painting of an ordinary farm couple in front of a…

Works Cited

1930-1939." The Washington Times. May 24, 1999. Research by Sopko,

John, Carlton Bryant, and Patrick Butters. Retrieved from the Questia database. September 29, 2003: 

American Gothic." Sister Wendy's American Collection. PBS Web site: 

Check out Grant Wood's comments about American Gothic and what he portrayed in this painting." CampSilos Web site:

Teaching - Grant Application Educational
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In addition to utilizing the ELMO system as a lesson presentation tool, we intend to incorporate it as a motivational device, such as by rewarding both improvement and superior performance with the opportunity to have their work presented to the class.

Including the ELMO system in our Accelerated Reading Program and Florida Reading Initiative present additional avenues for more extensive incorporation of the equipment.

4. Proposed Evaluation of Objectives:

The proposed evaluation objectives consists of conducting comprehensive objective reading skills diagnoses before the introduction of the ELMO system into the classroom environment. A subsequent series of objective diagnostic evaluation will provide a method of measuring the beneficial effect of incorporating the ELMO system into the lesson plan.

Similarly, analysis and comparison of standardized achievement tests results will provide a direct measurement of the success of this initiative at achieving the educational goals that the system is intended to accomplish.


Legal Description for Grant Deeds
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grant deed transfers ownership of real estate and implies certain promises from the seller to the buyer, such as that the title has not already been transferred to someone else or been encumbered, except as set out in the deed. The deed contains the names of the old and new owners and a legal description of the property and it is signed by the person transferring the property.

A legal description is a precise description of real property by government survey, metes and bounds, or lot numbers of a recorded plat. The legal description also includes a description of any portion of the property that is subject to an easement or reservation. The description must be complete enough that a particular parcel of land can be located and identified.

For example, the Public Land Survey System (PLSS) employs a grid system based on township, range and section numbers. The following…

The US grant programs for emergencies
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Department of Homeland Security Grants

The HSGP (Homeland Security Grant Program) for the fiscal year 2017 contributes significantly to NPS (National Preparedness System) implementation through promoting the creation, delivery and sustenance of key capabilities vital to the achievement of America’s NPG (National Preparedness Goal) geared at improving its security and resilience. The provision of key capabilities necessitates integrated community-wide efforts and not the sole, independent endeavors of a particular governmental level or agency. HSGP’s allowable expenses foster attempts at developing and sustaining key capabilities over the Protection, Prevention, Mitigation, Recovery and Response mission domains, with the following prioritized:

· Development and Maintenance of Terrorism Prevention Competences by Law Enforcers
· Development and Upgradation of Key Urban Area and State Fusion Centers

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)

This Homeland Security agency was first established under the 1978 Presidential Reorganization Plan III, and put into service under a couple of Executive Orders…

Drunken Decision Made Hugh Grant a Profit
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Drunken Decision Made Hugh Grant a Profit of £11 Million

Imagine buying a painting for £2 million and selling it a few years later for £13 million. Such a stunt would require a lot of sobriety. Grant pulled it off…and he was not sober.

Hugh Grant, in what one would call a sobering confession, says he was drunk when he made a decision to purchase a painting that would six years later net him a profit of £11 million. The painting in question was that of Elizabeth Taylor by Andy Warhol.

The star, best known for his appearance in the film Four Weddings and a Funeral bought the painting back in 2001 for £2 million and offered it for sale less than a decade later for £13 million.

Although the transaction earned him the reputation of a talented art collector, Grant says the purchase decision in this case was not…

References/Article Source

Daily Mail. (2009, December 13). Hugh Grant: 'I Was Drunk When I Bought Elizabeth Taylor Painting that Made £11m Profit. Retrieved October 9, 2012, from the Daily Mail website:

United States Government Should Grant
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4 trillion and $3.6 trillion, an impressive boost to the U.S. economy in those years, the IPC explains. A study conducted by Arizona State University determined that when a person has a bachelor's degree that person earns about $750,000 more over the course of a lifetime of earning than a person with just a high school diploma earns.

The data from that study indicates that as of 2006, those working without a high school diploma earned approximately $419 per week and had an unemployment rate of 6.8%, the IPC explains. Those with a bachelor's degree earned approximately $962 per seek and their rate of unemployment was only 2.3%; over their careers college graduates earn "in excels of 60% more than a high school graduate, and workers with advanced degrees earn two to three times as much as high school graduates" (IPC, p. 2).

The Dream Act would remove the uncertainty…

Works Cited

Associated Press. (2011). Court rules against Arizona immigration law. Justice Department filed suit to block law it says violates U.S. Constitution. Retrieved May 4, 2011, from .

Barreto, Matt. (2010). Senators who opposed DREAM Act may fact Latino roadblocks in 2012.

Latino Decisions. Retrieved May 7, 2011, from .

Bennett, Brian. (2011). GOP drafts legislative assault on illegal immigration. Los Angeles

Generals Grant and Lee Was Particularly Instructive
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Generals Grant and Lee was particularly instructive to me as a writer because it made use of the two generals to stand for, not simply themselves, but two different regional differences present in America of the day and two different philosophies that were being merged into one at Appomattox. The personages, political views, and upbringings of Grant and Lee encompass and emphasize the whole of the American Civil War as "they were two strong men, these oddly different generals, and they represented the strengths of two conflicting currents that through them, had come into final collision.

Grammar Summary

Identifying and rewriting compound-complex sentences has been tricky. Often, I am uncertain if my revisions are correct. However, the revision of such sentences forces me to be assured that I am quite clear about my line of thought. Sloppy thinking leads to sloppy sentence structure and grammar.

Overall Week had wonderful responses…

Mock Grant Proposal
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Mock Grant Proposal

We are supposed to pick a current problem area at work, describe the problem and propose a solution to that problem. It is a proposal for research that I would like to do and does not involve running subjects or analyzing data.

The problem I chose for a work situation is poor sales performance and the research I would like to do is for which solution will increase motivation to sell and prove the most effective in increasing sales. Some possible examples of different solutions could be increased incentives (bonuses, contests, etc.)

or more thorough training programs.

The object of the paper is to pretend you are running the experiment and are testing a hypothesis you have developed. It needs to be written in standard APA

format. It will have a title page, abstract, intro, method, results, references, and expenditures section.

references to past relevant research articles…


Bulent, A.,Tansu, B.A., & Tansu B. (Fall 2003). The performance effects of outcome-based incentive pay plans on sales organizations: A contextual analysis. Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management, 23(4) 341-358.

Walters, J. (2001). "How to Uncover Employee Performance."

Retrieved August 18, 2005, from: .

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Should a Researcher Pursue a Federal Grant or a Private Contract for Funding
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As the CRA of a large orthopedic clinic specializing in advanced joint reconstructive techniques for athletes, I occasionally recommend funding streams that might be pursued for research. A principal investigator at the clinic is interested in some promising new research that could lead to an improvement in patient recovery times. The question is whether a federal grant or a research contract from a pharmaceutical company should be pursued as the funding stream for the new research.

As a CRA administering clinical trials for a large orthopedic clinic, I would recommend obtaining a federal grant for the promising new research. The key differences between a federal grant -- or any grant, and a private contract -- or any contract, are in the concept and consequences of default (DeMaio, 2015). A grant is a formalized decision to give fund for research or some…

Works Cited

Brown University. (n.d.). What's the difference between a Grant, Contract and Cooperative Agreement? Retrieved from

DeMaio, L. (2015). Grants vs. Contracts: What is the Difference? Retrieved from

Office of Research, University of Pittsburgh. (2010, September 1). Federal Grants vs. Federal Contracts. Retrieved from

Gay Lesbian HIV Grant Proposal
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EJAF or the Elton John AIDS Foundation has a mission statement centered on eradicating AIDS from the Americas and the Caribbean. They raise funds for evidence-based policies and programs and speak out openly about the harsh reality of those suffering with AIDS and HIV. Becoming the world's biggest HIV grant-makers, it holds to main offices in London and New York. EJAF has raised over $349 million for the prevention and treatment of AIDS/HIV ever since it was founded in 1992. With an estimated $7 million invested in the Americas spread across 120 organizations each year, half of this effort is focused on the Caribbean and the Southern U.S.

The agency in addition to its fundraising efforts, offers a unique perspective on issues, tackling the most difficult problems those with HIV / AIDS face. The organization focuses on sustainability and innovation, communicating regularly to allies and their grantees about any…

Chef Grant Achatz Biography Essay
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Essay Prompt:
** The Chef I chose is: Grant Achatz **

Culinary Food Science Research Paper

Throughout the course of culinary history there have been many chef's, scientists, nutritionists, and even chemists that have contributed greatly to the advancement of "Food Technologies." These people, whether through their culinary innovations or scientific discoveries have greatly impacted the world of cooking by creating flavors, safer food, and food that can be healthier for us to eat. Some of these discoveries can be so big that they have impacted or affected the entire world. For instance the discovery of the method for Pasteurizing milk by, of course, Louis Pasteur. This one innovation changed the world's milk production and distribution systems forever. It brought milk to the masses and allowed it to last longer and safer to drink for all.

For this paper you are to pick an innovator in the culinary world. (I…

The Sea Grant Program in Caribbean Region
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Sea Grant Community Programs

Sea Grant is a program within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and is concerned mainly with the enhancement of the practical use and conservation of the coastal, marine and Great Lakes resources in order to create an environment that is sustainable to the economy of the regions. The long-term economic development, environmental stewardship and the responsible use of the coastal line is the ultimate goal of the Sea Grant and NOAA strive to achieve this through offering research assistance, education facilities, scholarships and community sensitization programs (NOAA, 2016). However, these efforts face a wide range of challenges among them being as follows;

There is often a clash between the traditional land and sea use that the local communities are used to and have knowledge of over the decades and the new well researched alternatives that the NOAA have invested in and would like the local…


NOAA, (2016). The National Sea Grant College Program. Retrieved January 6, 2016 from 

University of Puerto Rico, (2010). University of Puerto Rico Sea Grant College Program: Strategic Plan 2000-2010. Retrieved January 6, 2016 from

Marketing Plan- Julia Grant Marketing
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JG's fashion style is characterized as a mix of the following genres: commercial, trend-based, art focus / cultural / theme-based, couture high fashion and mid-market. In essence, JG's fashion style encompasses from low to high fashion markets, historical to contemporary arts and cultures.

IV. Target Market

JG's target markets for fashion advertising are Australian mid-range boutiques and high fashion brands. These boutiques and brands are known for having edgy and unique fashion images. Brands fitting this profile include the following, to name a few: Ellery, Lover, omance was Born, Bec and Bridge, Sass & Bide, Karen Walker, Lonely Hearts, Camilla and Mac, Zimmerman.

Within the fashion editorial sector, JG targets magazines that offer exclusive international fashion and showcase the work of leading Australian photographers and up-and-coming fashion design talent. The demographic foci of these magazines are people who have a passion for fashion, art, graphics, photography, illustration and street culture.…


"Designer fashion in the Australian market." (November 2008). New Zealand Trade and Enterprise.

Weller, S. (October 2007). "Beyond 'Global Production Networks': Australian Fashion Week's Trans-sectoral Synergies." Centre for Strategic Economic Studies, Victoria University.

Reviewing a Grant Proposal
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Adaptation theory, memoir, and dance
Specific Aims
The writer of the grant proposal introduces adaptation theory for the English literature review related to dance. Writer notes how dance has been used to capture literature. However, what has not been explored is dance becoming literature. Meaning notable American modern dance choreographers and their memoirs, how-to guides, autobiographies, and criticisms. These various forms of literature on dance provide an idea of how dance can be turned into something worth of review from a literary standpoint. Moreover, the writer points out the choreographic memoir as the best example of such form.
Therefore, the writer aims to explore choreographic memoirs and autobiographies and how they should be considered their own literary genre to allow future generations to better understand dance in a literary sense. By performing various choreographic memoirs, the writer wishes to discover the criteria and components for the ‘new genre’. This literary…

Hell Granted Differences Exist Between
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As noted, this is an interesting book. However, an introduction to the subject as well as concluding remarks by Crockett would have been helpful. The reader is left in limbo at the end without any concluding comments. The introduction could have provided more information as a foundation of Christianity and the notion of hell and perhaps even how other religions view this. In addition to these four perspectives, there are other Christian views on hell and they could have been noted here. For example, universalism is the theological doctrine that all souls will ultimately be saved and that there are no torments of hell.

Other books recommended on the topic of hell include:

Hell and Immortality Compiled by Doug Peitz, Baraboo and La Crosse, WI Worldwide Church of God Pastor

The History of Hell, by Alice K. Turner, Harcourt Brace Publishers, 1993.

Universalism and the Doctrine of Hell, edited by…

References Cited;

David Burge. Four Views on Hell review. Retrieved February 9, 2008. 

Crockett, W. (1992) Four Views on Hell. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.

Skeptical Christian. Four Views on Hell. Retrieved February 9, 2008

Budgeting for the Social Services Project
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Grant: Strengthening the Family Unit

Grant -- Strengthening the Family Unit


The program expenses described in this budget narrative are for the Year 1 Pilot. Subsequent years of program are dependent on the provision of additional funding, to be determined at the close of the Year 1 and upon satisfactory evaluation of the Pilot program.


Costs attributed to personnel with project coordination and budget oversight duties are assigned to this category. Two positions with direct project responsibilities are funded from this category: Project Coordinator, Project Trainer, and Project Administrator. The Project Coordinator and the Project Trainer are scheduled to work the equivalent of .50 FTE, and the Project Administrator is scheduled to work the equivalent of .35 FTE. The salary calculations are provided for 20 hours per week for the Project Coordinator and 15 hours per week for the Project Administrator.


Annual Salary

% of Time…

Parent Program Components
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Grant Proposal for Strengthening the Family Unit

Program Design and Implementation

The overall design and structure of the program will orbit around multiple activities and methodologies which are designed to fortify the overall family unit, most notably the parental unit. Parenting is an extremely challenging endeavor and one which can put a considerable strain on a marriage -- even the strongest marriage. Thus, one of the foremost aspects of the program in general will consist of a parenting skills training program to minimize behavior problems in young children (particularly when these children are at the most difficult age) by bolstering the level of parent self-efficacy through beneficial parenting behaviors and overall child discipline strategies (NEPP, 2012).

Many of the strategies used in this case will be modeled after the Chicago Parent Program (CPP), which is an extremely well organized program that is founded in the notion that parents play the…


Flay, B., & Allred, C. (2010). The Positive Action Program. International Research Handbook on Values Education, 471-481.

GGC. (2012, July). Guiding Good Choices. Retrieved from NREPP: [HIDDEN]

Lia, K., Washburn, I., & DuBois, D. (2011). Effects of the Positive Action programme on problem behaviours in elementary school students. Psychology and Health, 187-204.

NREPP. (2012, August). Chicago Parent Program. Retrieved from NREPP

Abortion in America
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Grant Proposal for Women's Wellness Center

This proposal is for a grant of $125,000 for the operation of an inner-city Women's Center. These funds will be used for staffing and operating the center and for supplying guidance, informative literature, and assistance to women seeking an alternative to abortion.

Women's Wellness Center and History

In 2011, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released data regarding the number of abortions performed three years prior in 2008. Considering that an epidemic is defined as a "widespread occurrence of an infectious disease in a community at a particular time," or in meningococcal terms, a rate of attack that is more than 15 cases for every 100,000 people (Green, Swartz, Mayshar, Lev, Levanthal, Slater, Shemer, 2002), it may be appropriate to state that abortion in America has reached beyond epidemic proportions. In 2008 alone, CDC reports that 825,564 abortions were performed, at a…


Durden, T. (2015). The Weirdest Thing You'll See Today. ZeroHedge. Retrieved from: 

Green, M., Swartz, T., Mayshar, E., Lev, B., Levanthal, A., Slater, P., Shermer, J. (2002).

When is an epidemic and epidemic. Israel Medical Association Journal, 4(1): 3-6.

Guttmacher Institute. (2014). Induced Abortion in the United States. Guttmacher.

Pharmacy Grant Application Outline
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Multiple Medications

Project Title: Examining the Effects of Multiple Medications

Project Description and Background

Seniors in New Brunswick long-term care facilities are often prescribed multiple different drugs. This polypharmacy comes with particular risks. The drugs treat different conditions. Each drug comes with contraindications . Some contraindications indicate that the drugs should not be used together at all, but in other instances the situation is less serious, and caution must be used. The question at hand is how often do such contraindications result in difficulties for the patient. There are situations where a patient will need to be prescribed multiple drugs to manage different conditions, and it is better medically to do so than to avoid potentially dangerous combinations. Medical staff are advised under such circumstances to be aware of the contraindications, and have a plan in place to manage any adverse effects that might occur.

This study will examine the…


CSAH (2014). Medications and polypharmacy. Age Friendly Ontario. Retrieved April 28, 2016 from 

Kwan, D. & Farrell, B. (2013). Polypharmacy: Optimizing Medication use in elderly patients. Canadian Geriatrics. Retrieved April 28, 2016 from 

NS (2013). Continuing care. Province of Nova Scotia. Retrieved April 28, 2016 from 

UBC (2014). Reducing polypharmacy: A logical approach. UBC Therapeutics Letter. Retrieved April 28, 2016 from

Victim Service Enhancement Program for
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In essence, the program will help meet the physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual needs of crime victims in the remote areas in South Carolina.

Generally, the program is expected to have several impacts such as helping rural crime victims through increasing the services provided to them by Victim Service Programs. Secondly, the programs will help in increasing the number of rural crime victims who can access victim assistance programs. Third, the program will enhance the quality of victim services in the rural settings by developing effective strategies to meet the divergent and unique needs of rural crime victims.

Program Description:

As previously mentioned, Victim Service Enhancement Program for ural Crime Victims is a project that is mainly geared towards improving the quality and accessibility of services for rural crime victims. Since the project seeks to lessen the ineffectiveness of current victim service programs while increasing their availability, it will collaborate…


"Chapter 21 - Rural Victims of Crime." (n.d.). Academic Departments. Retrieved from the

Medical University of South Carolina website: 

Hook, M., Murray, M. & Seymour, a. (2005, August). Meeting the Needs of Underserved

Victims Video Discussion Guide. Retrieved from U.S. Department of Justice -- Office of Justice Programs website:

Wind Farm in Sw Florida
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Budget Detail & Narrative

Program Narrative


Florida, the United tates and the broader world in particular is facing an energy crisis. Indeed, it is a battle and one with many fronts. There are a number of good reasons out there to find alternative energy. They include the increasing world population, the pervasive use of fossil fuels, concerns about those fossil fuels running out, pollution associated with those fossil fuels and access to energy for everyone. Indeed, there is an increased need for energy that departs from the dirty energy sources like coal and petroleum. Beyond that, these new sources need to be sustainable. This grant proposal covers precisely such an energy source and it is a source that can greatly improve the quality of life and energy costs of people in the southwestern part of Florida much like it is already doing for people around the rest of the…

Spear, K. (2015). Department of Energy: Taller turbines would bring wind energy to Florida. Retrieved 24 June 2016, from 

SWFL. (2016). SWFL Sustainability - People, Place, & Profit Improve Our Quality of Life for Today & Tomorrow. SWFL Sustainability. Retrieved 24 June 2016, from 

Windustry. (2016). How much do wind turbines cost?. Windustry. Retrieved 24 June 2016, from

Apple Computer Assistive Technology Equipment
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American Sign Language materials. DawnSign press. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at

ERICA system. Eye Response Technology. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at

Failure Free Reading Program. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at

FrogPad Keyboard. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at

HeadMouse extreme. Orin, access. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at

Kahn, a.. Assistive technology for children who have Cerebreal Palsy: Augmentation communication devices. New Horizons for Learning. Inclusion. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at

SoftTTY. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at

Universal accesibility. Apple computers. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at

Wilson, Z. Network administrator and computer programmer. Personal consultation.

X-10. Products, Always Thinking. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at


American Sign Language materials. DawnSign press. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at 

ERICA system. Eye Response Technology. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at

Failure Free Reading Program. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at 

FrogPad Keyboard. Accessed online November 21, 2004 at

Treatment of Alcoholics in Low-Income Areas
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S. Census Bureau) It is clear after having reviewed this information that this area is quite needy in provision of alcoholism treatment and intervention.

VI. Treatment Program Community Marketing Process

In the initiative of reaching the community both through media and public relations as tools to raise awareness the organization will be enabled to alert members of the community about the services available. Promotions, marketing, public relations and media advocacy are all critical specifically as these are all integrated with the business sector and as well adapted by nonprofit organizations. In the attempt to market or advertise to the community the available services all venues of the media should be sought and the mass media in the form of newspaper and magazines and other printed material as well as media through television and radio broadcast communications and finally through the Internet's provision of electronic media. Communication with the media should…


Ervin, N.E. (2002). Advanced community health nursing practice: Population-focused care. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall. ISBN# 0-8053-7364-0.

Bensley, R.J., & Brookins-Fisher, J. (EDs). (2003). Community health education method: a practitioners guide. (2nd ed.). Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett. ISBN# 0-7637-1801-7

Andreasen, A.R. (1995). Marketing social change: Changing behavior to promote health, social development, and the environment. San Francisco CA: Jossey-Bass. ISBN# 0-7879-0137-7

Medicaid EPSDT and AOD Treatment Services Policy Brief entitled Resources for Recovery: State Practices that Expand Treatment Opportunities" Medicaid EPSDT and AOD Treatment Services" (O'Brien, et al., 2005) National Program Office, Technical Assistance Collaborative, Inc. Online located at:

Teaching in America
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Teaching in America

Grant and Murray's Teaching in America: The Slow Revolution is a book with two faces. On one hand it is a book of history, covering the developments in education in general over the past century; here it is at times fascinating, at times tedious, but always informative. On the other hand, the book points to one overruling "Slow Revolution" which the authors describe as the solution to our nation's (and the world's) educational problems. While the former topic is simply a recounting of established history, the latter requires evidence and argument in support of the authors' claim; this evidence comes primarily from interviews with teachers. Hence, this book spans two realms of academia: as the researchers themselves state, "Our research is both sociological and historical" (8). This paper will investigate the credibility of the authors' latter claim, which is based on a rather isolated set of evidence,…


Grant, G., and Murray, C.E. Teaching in America: The Slow Revolution. Cambridge: Harvard

UP, 1999.

Customer Reviews. 2003. 16 December 2003.,_Gerald/ 

Harvard University Press/Teaching in America/Reviews. 2000. Harvard UP. 16 December 2003.

Public University System it Has a Total
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Public University System

It has a total of 234 thousand students on 10 different campuses. They were first organized 144 years ago and have been concentrating on delivering ground breaking educational services to stakeholders. ("Annual Financial eport," 2011) To determine if the university is fiscally sound requires carefully examining their financial statement and audit reports. This will be accomplished by studying the employee pension plan, analyzing how economic conditions will impact future growth, reviewing the treatment of federal grants and comparing how endowments are calculated. Together, these different elements will highlight the financial strength of the university and the way this is impacting the quality of services that are provided.

Identify and analyze the employee pension plan disclosures in the financial statements. Evaluate the impact of the GAASB proposed changes to the pension liabilities on the financial statements of the institution.

In the case of the employee pension plan, these…


Annual Financial Report. (2011). University of California Regents. Retrieved from: 

Post Secondary Education. (2010). GAO. Retrieved from: 

Munnell, A. (2012). How Would GASB Proposal. CRR. Retrieved from:

Individual Financial Contingency Planning
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Individual Financial Contingency Planning

Temporary Assistance is the temporary help for the needy women, men, and children. If one is cannot find a job or the job is not providing enough, and unable to work, temporary assistance ill help in paying the expenses. There are two types of Temporary Assistance programs: Family Assistance (FA) and Safety Net Assistance (SNA). Family Assistance is the provision of cash assistance to the needy families, which include minor children living with their parents or caretaker relatives. According to Family Assistance, qualified adults are limited to receive the assistance for a period of sixty months in their lifetime (Gitman & Joehnk, 2007, p. 21). Once this time has expired, not all the family members are legible to receive family assistance and other benefits. Parents and other adults who have been receiving Family Assistance must comply with the requirements of the fed in order to receive…


Arvai, Z. & Driessen, K. (2009). Regional Financial Interlinkages and Financial Contagion within Europe. International Monetary Fund.

Cumming, D. (2012). The Oxford Handbook of Entrepreneurial Finance. New York: Oxford University Press.

Gitman, L. & Joehnk, M. (2007). Personal Financial Planning. New York: Cengage Learning.

Jackson, P. (2006). Nonprofit Risk Management & Contingency Planning: Done in a Day Strategies. Washington: John Wiley & Sons

Artifacts and Worksheets
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Artifacts and Worksheets

o what extent did the artifacts contribute to your completion of the related worksheet?

he artifacts were a tremendous help in making progress toward completion of the related worksheets. he opportunity to focus on one or two artifacts at a time facilitated in-depth consideration of each of the components of a grant application. Not only did this relieve some anxiety about the overall size of the project, but treating each component as though it was a stand-along piece really helped me think about how the grant reading process would take place, and the need to ensure that the information contained in each artifact was comprehensive and relayed the "story and plan" being conveyed to the funders.

o what extent were you able to refine and modify your artifacts and worksheet preparation based on the collaborative discussion of the artifacts?

he collaborative discussions of the artifacts were helpful…

Total requested from this funder = $?


Alexandria City Public Schools. (2015). Retrieved from

Profit Management This Section Will
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At the same time, they could instrumental in helping the school district to identify specific grants that could address their underlying needs.

Evaluates and critiques the effectiveness of the budget narrative in clarifying budget items that need explanation and elaboration.

There are several different areas of the budget that would need further explanation to include: more detailed information on the payroll costs, professional services, operating costs, overtime hours and capital outlays. This is important, because these figures are quoted as a total amount. There are no projections as to how they are have changed, from one year to the next or the underlying trends that are taking place. At the same time, you have the lack of detailed information, on how this money is being spent and the analysis process that was used. These different elements are important, because they are showing how there is a possible lack of transparency…


Anderson, D. (2009).Data and Stats. Statistics of Business. (pg. 7). Mason, OH: Thomason.

Bordage, G. (2003). Experimental Study Design and Grant Writing. Medical Education 37 (4). 376 -- 385. Print

Browing, B. (2009). Required Elements for Contact Bids. Grant Writing for Dummies. (pp. 179-85 ). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley

Cohen, M. (1993). Grant Writing for Qualitative Research. Journal of Nursing Scholarship 25 (2). 151 -- 156. Print.

Daughter of Time Everybody Knows That Richard
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Daughter of Time

"Everybody knows that Richard III, the last of the Plantagenet kings, murdered his two nephews. But everybody could be wrong -- according to Scotland Yard's Inspector Grant, who studies 500-year-old evidence to try to determine who really killed these two heirs to the British throne…"

(Harris, 2001, p. 1).

On the initial page of author Josephine Tey's book, The Daughter of Time, the author (whose real name is Elizabeth MacKintosh and who also uses the name Gordon Daviot) embraces the quote, "Truth is the Daughter of Time." That is an appropriate use of the proverb because much of the discussion of Tey's fictitious historical novel centers on the concepts of truth and perception when it comes to King Richard III.

Summary of the Book

One of Tey's characters that she uses in this novel, and in several of her other books, Alan Grant, is an inspector with…

Works Cited

DuBose, Martha Hailey. Women of Mystery: The Lives and Works of Notable Women Crime

Novelists. New York: Macmillan, 2000.

Gale Online Encyclopedia. "Overview: Daughter of Time." Retrieved July 28, 2012, from Literature Resource Center.

Harris, Karen. "The Daughter of Time." Booklist, 97.17. Literature Resource Center, 2001.

Defense Witness Immunity the Supreme
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Judge roderick concluded that the Compulsory Process Clause of the Sixth Amendment does not give a defendant the right to require immunization of a witness, but that such a right is "probably" contained in the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment. Id. However, he declined to accord the defendants the benefit of this "probable" Fifth Amendment right to defense witness immunity for two reasons. First, he ruled that the defendants' motion was untimely, since it should properly have been made at the beginning of the trial. Second, he concluded that defense witness immunity would be available only to secure testimony that was material and exculpatory and that the defendants had not shown that any of the witnesses for whom they sought immunity would give material, exculpatory testimony."

The only federal appellate decisions that have ruled in favor of defense witness immunity are stated to appear to be the Third…


Cornell University Law School (2009) "Bill of Rights from Cornell University Law School. United States Constitution. LIT/Legal Information Institute. Online available at: Cornell University Law School. "Bill of Rights from Cornell University Law School

Charters of Freedom - The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, The Bill of Rights

Sosnov, Leonard N. (nd) Separation of Powers Shell Game: The Federal Witness Immunity Act. Temple Law Review.

UNITED STATES of America, Appellee, v. Norman TURKISH, Defendant-Appellant. United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit May 27, 1980 623 F.2d 769. Online available at:

Strength of Women Depicted in
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It is also important to note that Emma's actions affect more than Jefferson and Grant. Emma serves as a support for Tante Lou and she is the one that provides Grant with the compelling image of a hog when she declares that they want them to "kill a hog... I want a man to go to the chair" (Gaines 13). Emma is also significant because of her past. She has provided the Guidry's with years of service, which seems to be a motivating factor in Guidry's decision. Emma's influence cannot be overlooked because she is person that wants Grant to begin removing the racial oppression that has existed in the community.

In addition, Vivian's powerful influence over Grant also emerges in the novel as Grant tries to come to terms with what is happening. She tells Grant he should she Jefferson. She is also the one to force Grant to…

Works Cited

Gaines, Ernest. A Lesson Before Dying. New York: Vintage Contemporaries. 1993.

Harris, Trudier. Saints, Sinners, Saviors: Strong Black Women in African-American Literature. New York: Macmillan. 2001.

Folks, Nancy. The World is Our Home. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky. 2000.

Nash, William R. '"You Think a Man Can't Kneel and Stand?': Ernest J. Gaines's Reassessment of Religion as Positive Communal Influence in "A Lesson before Dying." Callaloo. 24.1. 2001.

True Lesson in a Lesson
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But he didn't tell me that my aunt would help them do it'" (Gaines, 79). Grant believes at this point that dignity is something he can only find -- and is supposed to find -- outside of his community and away from the relationships and ties that he has there, including his maternal bond to his aunt.

As the novel progresses, however, Grant begins to realize how necessary the community is to his own happiness, if not his very survival. This transformation is not complete by the end of the novel, but Grant has begun to change or at least question many of his beliefs, including his attitude towards God and religion, and certainly in his attitude, hopes, and feelings for Jefferson. Perhaps most telling in Grant's search for dignity and identity within his community is his relationship with Vivian. Though she is still married and the relationship is therefore…

Works Cited

Gaines, Ernest J. A Lesson Before Dying. New York: Random House, 1994

Undocumented Students Equity to In-State Tuition Reducing
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Undocumented tudents Equity to in-tate Tuition:

Reducing The Barriers

There exist policy ambiguities and variations at federal, state, and institutional levels related to undocumented student access to and success in higher education and this has created problems for these students. This study investigated specific policies and procedures to provide the resources and capital to assist undocumented students as well as reviewed key elements of showing the correlation of these difficulties with ethnic identity in access and equity to higher education that would help eliminate student's frustration. The study also illustrated that there is no accountability system surrounding the success of undocumented student's postsecondary education divide significant structure. Three research questions guided the study; a) Without the fundamental requirements met how will undocumented students achieve their goal to attain a degree, and seek a rewarding career? b) Is it unjust to extradite an illegal alien who has been living a constructive…

Scott, W.R. (2004). Institutional theory: Contributing to a theoretical research program. Retrieved from

Spickard, P. (2007). Almost all aliens: Immigration, race, and colonialism in American history and identity. New York, NY: Routledge.

Taylor, E. (2009). The foundations of critical race theory in education: An introduction. In E. Taylor, D. Gillborn & G. Ladson-Billings (Eds.), Foundations of critical race theory in education (pp. 1-13). New York, NY: Routledge.

Framers of U S Constitution Created
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Another example is drinking laws are defined by each state, but the federal government passed a law stating they would not provide monies to any state that did not raise their drinking age to twenty-one years of age .

lock Grants

lock grants have been part of the United States federal system as early as the late 1960's . lock grants are fixed -- sum of federal grants to state and local governments which allows them to design and implement programs . Examples: Child Welfare: gives states option to receive Title IV-E Foster Care funding as flexible Grant; Medicaid: gives states the option to consolidate Medicate and SCHIP funding into state acute care and long-term care allotments. A block grant has different budgetary implications from an entitlement. While both block grants and categorical grants are normally financed by fixed appropriations, entitlement funding is usually open-ended . lock grants give Congress…

Block grants have been part of the United States federal system as early as the late 1960's . Block grants are fixed -- sum of federal grants to state and local governments which allows them to design and implement programs . Examples: Child Welfare: gives states option to receive Title IV-E Foster Care funding as flexible Grant; Medicaid: gives states the option to consolidate Medicate and SCHIP funding into state acute care and long-term care allotments. A block grant has different budgetary implications from an entitlement. While both block grants and categorical grants are normally financed by fixed appropriations, entitlement funding is usually open-ended . Block grants give Congress more authority and be in command of over future spending, entitlements are more responsive to macroeconomic conditions .

Welfare Reform Act of 1996

Welfare Reform Act of 1996 was signed into law by President Clinton on August 22, 1996. This law changes how government financial assistance is administered including: changing federal funding to states from an open-ended entitlement to a series of capped block grants allocations; sets time limits on entitlements and cash assistance to welfare recipients; requires more welfare recipients to engage in job programs, and enforces collection of unpaid child support, and denies legal immigrants from collecting SSI and food stamps. The legislative goals of the Welfare Reform Act of 1996 was to reduce dependence, to reduce child poverty, and to reduce illegitimacy and strengthen marriage. This reform has been effective in meeting each of these goals.

Uni Students Face University Discipline
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Asking for help is discouraged through such a model. So is bringing in personal experience in an unauthorized fashion. By dispensing and withdrawing praise, the new self is shaped. But this sense of independence is 'felt' more than 'reality.'

The attempt at objective judgments seeps through -- IQ tests, grades, all require certain practices. Of course, some professors deviate from this formula, and may require portfolios or independent research in defiance of such conventions. But most methods of assessment suggest a certain kind of intelligence is required to succeed in university, and by implication, succeed in life. Most universities do not reward musical intelligence, kinesthetic intelligence, and even spatial intelligence to the degree they do quantitative ability and verbal ability. Even before entering the university, through secondary school and the admissions process, students likely feel pigeonholed and 'tracked.' Failing to succeed is equated with being a failure in life in…

U S History Ordeal by Fire
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Ultimately, Grant may be remembered as one of America's best generals. He is still the only general in history to capture three separate armies, and he presided over Lee's surrender at Appomattox in April 1865. He was also a fair man who treated the Confederates well during their surrender. He was simply determined not to allow the South to be victorious. He sometimes misjudged his generals, and perhaps left some in power longer than they should have been, but ultimately he led the Army to victory, and was responsible for the final battles that laid waste to the Confederacy and led to the end of the war.

He was also a technical general, who understood the need for supplies as much as the need for victory on the battlefield. He knew the South's army was undersupplied and desperate for provisions, and so, when a general was victorious, he ordered them…


McPhearson, J.M. (2001). Ordeal by fire: The Civil War and reconstruction. New York: McGraw Hill.

How to Build a Skate Park in a Rural Community
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communities in the United States, there are not but a few safe places where children and teenage can play sports safely. Some teenagers in today's society like to skateboard in a skate park, however, there are not many of them in rural community. Therefore, most children and teenagers skateboard on an unsafe ramp create themselves. When living in a rural community, the best solution for this problem would be to find grants to help out financially with the skate-park for the people who wish to build a proper one. And, there are some guidelines to follow to build a safe and healthy skate-park environment. For the rural community to have their own skate-park is a great idea since it is their children who are skateboarding on it. Therefore, every community skate-parks are needed should look into it so that their children would be safer.

Children should be in safe place…

Security Department Policy
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Many states, such as Virginia, are training private security officers in order to ensure smooth cooperation and coordination between security companies without police powers and the police and sheriff's departments. In Washington D.C., the municipal police department requires private security officers to be licensed as "special police" officers in order to legally search or arrest people. Cooperation can reach significant proportions, as in the case of the Minneapolis Police Department's "SafeZone" program, which place private security officers downtown who now outnumber Minneapolis Police Department officers there 13 to 1.

4. Industries and organizations that use special and/or commissioned officers and for what purposes

a. There is a truly broad range of industries and organizations which use special police officers. These organizations tend to have significant financial resources, large premises, and sensitive security needs which they believe cannot be met by the existing public police force. These often involve the need…


U.S. Constitution

Amy Goldstein, Washington Post, the Private Arm of the Law January 2, 2007