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Economic Pledges from Leading Presidential Candidates On this week's UPFRONT, we are joined by Kim Hyun-chul, Vice Chairman of the People's Growth Committee, Democratic Party of Korea, Yun Chang-hyun, economic policy advisor for the Liberty Korea Party, Huh Chan-guk, economic policy advisor for the People's Party and Kim Jeong-jin, President of the Research Center for Future Politics of the Justice Party. With Korea's presidential election just around the corner, we sit down with a panel of representatives from four major presidential campaigns to discuss economic pledges made by each candidate. The panelists also answer questions from people on the streets. 대선 캠프 경제정책 공약 점검 이번주 UPFRONT에서는 김현철 / 더불어민주당 국민성장위원회 부위원장, 윤창현 / 자유한국당 경제정책 자문단 자문위원, 허찬국 / 국민의당 경제정책 자문위원, 김정진 / 정의당 미래정치센터 소장을 모시고...
Before the first bell rang, teachers and community members gather on Zuni Rd., behind Highland High to protest PED policies concerning funding for special education. "Walk-in" protests were scheduled at Albuquerque high schools all around the city Wednesday morning.
A recent Congressional Subcommittee on foreign affairs tore into the terror hub ignored by previous administrations that is Qatar. But Qatar isn't backing down from its support of accelerating horror. As Qatar takes its case to the United Nations. The very organization behind the genocidal replacement migration policies allowing Qatar funded terrorists to enter Europe undetected.
Paul Hanley (Urban and Regional Planning, University of Iowa) Transportation is the market's circulatory system, ensuring the movement of goods and people essential to economic growth and prosperity. Transportation involves a tangle of interrelated policies—including urban and regional planning, regulation of multiple modes of transit, and sustainable consumption of precious resources. Our panel, led by faculty from the UI Urban Planning Department, will examine the range and challenges of these policies.
Funding agencies can influence how research is done, and researchers must respond quickly to agencies' initiatives. Clear policies and a collaborative policy process can help researchers respond. The National Science Foundation recently emphasized remote access to laboratory instruments—see one example from the department of chemistry.
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Instructor: Shafiul Shuvo, Finance, Faculty of Business Studies (FBS), University of Dhaka সকল Live Classes পাবে আমাদের এই 10 Minute School Live Channel এ! তাছাড়া, ১০ মিনিট স্কুলের সাথে শেখা কখনও থামিও না, যেখানে তুমি পাবে ভিডিও টিউটোরিয়াল যা থেকে শিখে তুমি কুইজ দিয়ে নিজেকে যাচাই করে নিতে পারো, নিজের দক্ষতা বাড়ানোর জন্য পাবে অসাধারণ প্রশিক্ষক যারা তোমাকে নির্দেশনা দিবে। ১০ মিনিট স্কুলে তুমি পাবে লাইভ ক্লাস, ইন্টার্যাক্টিভ ভিডিও, ব্লগ, ডেভেলপমেন্ট সেকশন, স্মার্টবুক যার মাধ্যমে পুরো শিক্ষাগ্রহণ প্রক্রিয়াই হয়ে উঠবে আনন্দদায়ক এবং সকলে সুযোগ পাবে যাতে তারা শেখার, অনুশীলনের এবং উন্নতি করতে পারে। আমাদের ওয়েবসাইট: www.10minuteschool.com আমাদের সাথে ফেসবুকের মাধ্যমে যোগাযোগ করতে পারো এবং আমাদের পেইজে লাইক দাও যাতে আমাদের সম্প্রতি আপলোড করা ভিডিওগুলো দেখতে পারো https://www.facebook.com/10minute...
With federal dollars at a trickle and state and local funding drying up or unattainable, how do cities innovate and implement new policies that improve the lives of their residents? How have civic groups stepped up to fill the gap of government in ailing cities? How have new public private partnerships formed to solve intractable urban financing challenges such as transit and smart city infrastructure? How has the role of the foundation changed and how is it projected to change in the next 30 years? Moderator: Chris Dorle, Strong Cities and Strong Communities Fellow, Detroit Future City • Jennifer Bradley, Fellow and Senior Advisor, Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program • Wendy Lewis Jackson, Deputy Director, The Kresge Foundation • Garlin Gilchrest II, Deputy CIO for Technology and Co...
Jan. 28, 2010:Public Policy & Funding the News Geoffrey Cowan Director, Center on Communication Leadership & Policy David Westphal Senior Fellow, Center on Communication Leadership & Policy For more information about the USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership & Policy: http://communicationleadership.usc.edu/
The lack of funding for health research began with policies set in the 1980s when the country was facing a financial crisis. Money at the time was shifted from research to services. "It was a great error to consider research and the generation of knowledge dispensable," said Bongani Mayosi, head of the department of medicine at UCT. "Research is essential for development." Subscribe to News24: https://www.youtube.com/user/News24Video
Mary Gable, Assistant Superintendent for Academic Policy and Innovation, Maryland State Department of Education Verjeana Jacobs, Maryland Association of Boards of Education President Kevin Maxwell, Prince George’s County Public Schools CEO Betty Weller, MSEA President Moderator: Tim Tooten, WBAL-TV
April is ISTE Advocacy Month and Mila Thomas-Fuller, ISTE Board President, wants YOU to advocate for edtech policies and funding. Act now to make your voice heard and help us advocate for important edtech programs like ESSA, the E-Rate program and the Lifeline program. These programs are critical for connecting schools, closing the homework gap and investing in innovation. Learn more at iste.org/takeaction
Donald Trump's new Mexican border policy looks something like this; hire 5000 new guards, close the frontier, and suffocate the cities offering sanctuary status to illegal migrants. Sanctuary facilities began to be made available in several churches in the 1980s for migrants fleeing central America's savage conflicts who failed to obtain asylum. The large town of Cambridge in Massachusetts is one of these sanctuary cities. Local officials insist it will remain so. Cambridge to remain sanct… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2017/01/26/us-sanctuary-cities-face-funding-cuts-if-migrant-tolerant-policies-continue What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Su...
Although this meeting focuses on the technical aspects of sound data management, because we believe the benefits of this are self-evident to scientists who are used to taking the greatest care in analysing and using data, we should be aware also of the general research policy framework in which so much modern research is located. At the level of national and international science policy, funding bodies increasingly require evidence for best practice in data management; likewise, open-access mandates for publications may become a reality. This presentation contextualises the practice of our science within the evolving policy framework for publicly funded research.
VERSION FRANÇAISE ➔ http://youtu.be/WjVJLMHW7Y8 - Pascal Rogard, Managing Director, SACD - Guillaume Blanchot, Multimedia and Technical Industries Director, CNC - Jason Hall, Managing Director, Teebster - Soon-Mi Peten, Head of sector, Support for Indepedent Producers, EACEA, MEDIA Programme - Moderator : Karine Halpern, Communication & Cross Media Consultant, Tawak Pictures
Pa. state Rep. Madeleine Dean speaks about the state's education policies and the challenges in funding basic and higher education. More at www.pahouse.com