1. Rather Outspoken on Education (part 1)


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    • How to Use HealthyCity.org to Understand Impacts of Changing Demographics across California


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      This webinar is for individuals looking to better understand the changing landscape of their communities. In particular, the webinar will teach participants how to visualize Census 2010 data and compare it to past estimates. It will help viewers answer questions about resource availabilities for changing racial/ethnic and linguistic populations. It will also explain in depth about how Census 2010 data relates to American Community Survey Estimates, the Census Bureau’s ongoing replacement of the now historic long-form of the Census. For the nerds in the bunch, we will discuss changes in geographies for which the Census collects its data. Attendees of this webinar will learn how to use HealthyCity.org to: - Display Census 2010 data alongside public health, civic engagement, and other socioeconomic indicators. - Map changes in population racial/ethnic composition since the last Census. - Research areas where population characteristics changed substantially. - Search for services and infrastructure that can support people in rapidly changing areas.

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      • Knowing North Korea: Reading North Korea


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        Filmed July 12, 2012 How does one analyze North Korea developments? Is it possible to get a clear read and, if so, in what areas? Is North Korea a “black box” or more knowable, especially with new openings? This third installment of this summer’s Knowing North Korea series features Dr. Sue Terry, Managing Director at Gerson Global Advisors, a strategic investment and advisory firm based in New York. In this role, she co-heads the Sovereign Advisory business and is primarily responsible for developing and managing the firm's strategy, activities and client relations in Asia, Australia and New Zealand. She is also a Senior Research Scholar at Columbia University and served most recently with the Council on Foreign Relations, National Intelligence Council and National Security Council. For more information, please visit the link below: http://www.koreasociety.org/policy/policy/reading_north_korea.html

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        • Perspectives on Bridging the Gap with Robert Jervis


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          • Blogging and Policy Writing with David Bosco, Henry Farrell, and John Sides


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            • Policy Implications of Big Data and Analytics


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              EDUCAUSE Policy recently asked association representatives from ACE, AACC, NACUBO, AASCU, and NAICU what they think are the policy implications that arise with the increased use of big data and analytics in higher education?

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              • HFA Webinar on the Supreme Court's Ruling


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                This is another in HFA's "Third Wednesday Webinar" series on advocacy and policy. This webinar, held on July 11, 2012, discusses the U. S. Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act.

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                • Natalie Young - Karajarri Water Meeting


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                  NAILSMA Indigenous Community Water Facilitator, based with KLC, reflects on the success of the Karajarri Water Meeting, WA, 2011.

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                  • Trending Toward Reform: Tenure


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                    This ESTV video shows how teachers feel about tenure as seen in Education Sector's report "Trending Toward Reform: Teachers Speak on Unions and the Future of the Profession."

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