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Numbers: Mental Illness in America

Numbers: Mental Illness in America

News coverage of the school shooting that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, one week ago on Wednesday, February 14, 2018 has been steady.  Since the shootings, one 19-year-old male, Nikolas Cruz, has been charged with 17 counts of premeditated murder, and accused of injuring more than a dozen others at … Continue reading

Future Posts & Other Topics

  • Future Posts:  (in no special order) 1) Her-Story: Josephine Baker, 2) Her-Story: Dr. Wanda Austin 3) Fracking Update, 4) Numbers: Football in America, and 5) Young Entrepreneurs  
  • Post Notes: Baltimore's P-Tech Partnerships Help Lead Students to Success, February 21, 2018 A new way of teaching high school students may be the answer to filling future STEM positions around the state. The P-TECH program – or Pathways in Technology Early College High School – helps train high school students for the growing STEM industries where the demand for highly-trained workers has led to a nationwide “skills gap.” Here in Maryland, Baltimore’s Carver Vocational Technical High School and Paul Laurence Dunbar High School have adopted the P-TECH model as a way to prepare students for the city’s growing need for workers with post-secondary training and skills. https://mdbiznews.commerce.maryland.gov/2018/02/baltimores-p-tech-partnerships-help-lead-students-to-success/    
  • Frequently Discussed Blog Topics: STEM, Gas and Energy related topics, Her-Story, Diversity & Inclusion, Unconscious Bias, and Business & Work Related Issues Future Topics: The Future of Work in the U.S. and around the world, Business Opportunities and Strategies, Women in STEM, Women in the Board Room,  Booming Demand for Skilled Craft, and other topics that may be of interest to our readers