Wearables Up 10%--Pass 100 Million Devices; Retail Day At The Capitol March 19
From the Pioneer Press, Fredrick Melo, Tribune, February 18, 2019 Under a new proposal to go before the city council, St. Paul restaurants and convenience stores have until January 2021 to get rid of their old food takeout containers and replace them with biodegradable alternatives City council members have for years talked up the importance of switching to compostable to-go packaging, even as they struggled with…
How the March for Science Became a Movement
"In 2017 we marched for science. In 2018, we vote for science." 95448614 The March for Science has evolved from a collection of defiant Facebook event pages into a national, decentralized network of individuals and organizations fighting for science in their home communities Sarah Morris/Getty Images In January 2017, what started as a subreddit thread about the new White House scrubbing all mention of climate change…
Tips from Missouri: Telling the Planning Story at Your State Capitol
Planners from across Missouri gathered in Jefferson City last month to showcase the positive impact of planning in communities statewide Planners' Day at the Capitol — a first for APA's Missouri Chapter — provided a platform for showcasing the planning stories of 2017 Great Places in Missouri designees a chance to collaborate with partners; and an opportunity to connect with state legislators on both sides of…
It's Not 'Planning Time' If Teachers Are Told How to Use It
It's not just that teachers need more time for professional learning, Ilana Garon says. It's that they need more control over that time.
Why We’re Marching on March 13
To show a united front. The right for every child to a quality, free public education.
Just the Facts — March 18, 2019
First-year tuition rates for public dental schools are lower than for private dental schools.
Lessons in free speech 40 years after Nazis planned Skokie march
What turned Skokie into a global story was that the town was a haven for a significant number of Holocaust survivors.
Your Guide to March Charlotte Happenings
WCNC Charlotte Today features the March 2015 issue of Charlotte Happenings showcasing ways to inspire your weekend plans. From spring break ideas to Charlott...
ISA Surf-SUP-Coaching and Instructor Symposium in Bali 27 March
The Rip Curl School of Surf in cooperation with the International Surfing Association (ISA) and Persatuan Selancar Ombak Indonesia (PSOI) are delighted to again host the 6th annual ISA Surf – SUP Coach and Instructor Symposium to be held in Bali, Indonesia from the 27th... Read More »
Feedlot forums on tap March 20, 21
Please return cow-calf, feedlot surveys to Iowa Beef Center If you’ve received a survey from the Iowa Beef Center at Iowa State University, please take the time to complete and return the survey. The surveys are important as IBC plans programs for growth opportunities and challenges in both the cow-calf and feedlot sectors “We want to identify those areas so we can assist in profitable, sustainable growth of the industry,” said IBC Director Dan Loy. A variety of topics are on each survey;…
The Best Trips to Book in March: What to Lock in Now
Don’t have your summer travel plans nailed down yet? Not to worry. These vacation ideas are best if you book them now, in March.
March 27: Webinar on top F-Tag
Register Now for the March F-Tag Webinar This F-Tag Accident/Bed Rails webinar is an ideal session for Directors of Nursing, Assistant Directors of Nursing, Nurse Managers, Nursing Home Administrators, Nursing staff and leaders, Quality Assurance Directors, Social Services staff, Rehabilitation services staff, and Environmental Services staff Tuesday, March 27, 2 p.m. Accidents/Bed Rails 1.25 CEU WHCA/WiCAL is the exclusive Wisconsin provider of these webinars. Each webinar…
How-Tuesday: How to Save Money By Meal Planning
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March 8th, Lunch & Learn
Enjoy lunch, networking and learn why Tracking Metrics is essential for your business.
Here's why Women's History Month is in March
Read on for more interesting facts about why we celebrate women this month.
What's Shakin' March 4
Thanks for coming to the Sidewalk Sale this weekend! Click here to see what's going on this week #DowntownAiken!
What are women still marching for?
Women's March 2018 is the continuation of the work started one year ago — and there's a lot of work left to do.
How One School District Uses Virtual Field Trips to Save Lots of Time, Money
An administrator with Durham Public Schools plans more than 100 virtual field trips each year that take her district's elementary school students to places they could never afford to go to otherwise.
March 10, '17 NASCUS Report
States closing gap on half of all CU assets State-chartered credit unions continue to inch toward holding fully half of all assets in credit unions, with just under 49% of the total $1.3 trillion in assets held by all U.S. credit unions at year-end 2016, according to numbers released this week by NCUA, and additional numbers compiled by NASCUS. The figures combine totals from federally insured…
Why 1,000 head teachers plan to go on march
Around 1,000 head teachers are expected to take part in a rally over "unsustainable" budget cuts.