How Can A Citizen Change Education? BE THERE!
By Kristi Lacroix I was talking with a friend last night about education and he said that many people want to know how they can get involved in education to help affect positive change. Strangely, I was at a loss for words; as a teacher I had never been asked how the community can get involved with schools to help them perform better, nor has | Read More »
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Successful Small Business Owner on the Public-Sector Union Kerfuffle
My dad began working for himself as a carpenter and cabinet maker the year I was born, when he was 25 years old. Thirty-two years and four kids later, Crowe’s Cabinets, Inc., is a successful, small, *non-union* cabinet shop just outside of Youngstown, Ohio. I don’t believe he has ever employed more than 10 people at a time. Through the recession of late they haven’t | Read More »