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Seattle trip recap NCJFCJ

Some of the highlights of the conference included getting to learn about the issues surrounding military families and the trauma associated with multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as getting a clearer picture of the need for systematic data collection to inform Judges of the circumstances surrounding each child, which can vary greatly from one to the next.

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Students Behind Bars, Juvenile Justice

July 12, 2013 Hello again, I’m headed out to Seattle this week for the NCJFCJ (National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges)  conference to get a closer look at some of the challenges that law enforcement and youth are facing together. In honor of the conference I would like to talk about some research […]

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Why Anonymous Surveys?

July 5, 2013 Hi, Everyone: Happy 4th of July weekend! I hope you are all planning on having a safe and enjoyable  weekend! I would like to comment this week on the importance of anonymous student surveys. I bring this up is because I read a story recently about a teacher that was disciplined for […]

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Positive School Climate is Key

Testimony from David Osher on February 27, 2013, at the U.S. House of Representatives Education and Workforce Committee Hearing on “Protecting Students and Teachers: A Discussion on School Safety” offers insight into some of the issues that are important to school safety and the creation of positive learning environments.

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3 Education Bills, Take your pick

“Education is the key to success in this country. It has the ability to transform an individual’s life and give them opportunities above and beyond the generations that came before them. Every American should have a chance at an outstanding, well-rounded education.” – Senator Tom Harkin http://www.harkin.senate.gov/issue/education/ Jun 14, 2013 Hi Folks, Ed week came […]

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Cyber-Bullying Victims are at a Higher Risk

Jun 7, 2013   Hi Everyone, I missed my post last week but this is my chance to make it up a bit. There are a few new trends in problem behaviors that seem to be more damaging than others. One that is of particular interest to me, because of it’s relation to technology and […]

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Capitol Hill Briefing

May 23, 2013 Hi, Everyone – Last week was a busy one for us up in Bowling Green, KY. You may or may not know that we are located in 2 places, Bowling Green and Atlanta, GA. Here in Atlanta we love our time up in Bowling Green, there’s just a bit of culture shock […]

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Survey Results – What our Customers & Colleagues are Saying

May 15, 2013 Hi everyone and welcome to the Pride Surveys Blog. My name is Jay Gleaton and I’m the CEO here at Pride. We are going to use this space to provide useful tips and tricks to help you with the survey process, insightful looks into the data that we are gathering and best […]

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