Tag Archives: World of Work

Want to help your teenager find his passion? Leave him alone!

Want to help your teenager find his passion? Leave him alone!. This is a good, very short post about a linked article providing “food for thought” about majors and careers. . .there’s even a little in there to make you … Continue reading

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Ditch-Diggers Make the World Go Around

So, I usually share links to articles that have made me think wonderful things based upon their content. While this article’s content is meaningful, my real reason for sharing it has to do with the attitudes expressed in comments 1 … Continue reading

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The World Needs Ditch Diggers, Too

So, in the most recent Inside Higher Ed news feed, there was an article pointing to data that suggests we should only be encouraging every American to pursue post-secondary education only if we consider job training as said “education.” A … Continue reading

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A Year of College for All: What the President’s Plan Would Mean for the Country – Chronicle.com

A Year of College for All: What the President’s Plan Would Mean for the Country – Chronicle.com Posted using ShareThis Wow(!), I have so many thoughts provoked by this article that are seemingly stampeding to get out of my head, … Continue reading

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Parallel Plans

Given that VCU’s School of the Arts is the largest publicly-funded school of the arts in the country, and that they boast several top ten ranked programs, no one should be surprised that there isn’t room for every student who … Continue reading

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