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New additions to library - 2024

Since mid 2022 I've posted new additions to the Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC library on a page like this. Each listing includes a link to the sub-section of the library where the link was posted. Those links are in alphabetical order.   New additions from 2023 are posted here.  New additions from 2022 are posted here.

7-10-2024 - FIRST® (FOR INSPIRATION AND RECOGNITION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY)
https://www.firstinspires.org/
FIRST® is "a global nonprofit that prepares young people for the future through a suite of inclusive, team-based robotics programs for ages 4-18. The programs are suitable for schools or structured afterschool activities."
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7-10-2024 - BEYOND THE SCHOOL BUILDING:  EXAMINING THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN OUT-OF-SCHOOL FACTORS AND MULTIDIMENSIONAL SCHOOL GRADES (2024)
https://epaa.asu.edu/index.php/epaa/article/view/8497
Research by Nandrea Burrell and Erica Harbatkin of Floriday State University examines impact of non-school factors beyond a schools locus of control on school performance grades.  As you read this research view the links in this article on the Tutor/Mentor blog. 
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7-7-2024 -BUILDING A BETTER TOGETHER ECOSYSTEM - CREATING A  NATIONAL NONPARTISAN SUPPORT NETWORK OF LOCAL DEMOCRACY HUBS
https://www.mediatorsfoundation.org/current-projects/better-together-america
The Mediators Foundation "Better Together America" project is described on the website that I point to with the link shown above. In addition, here are two examples of mapping a network, using Kumu.io and using coggle.it. Both show a "Better Together America Ecosystem".   a) the Kumu version: https://kumu.io/mesasebree/healthy-democracy-hubs-map#hubs/center-for-high-impact-philanthropy ; b) the coggle.it version: https://coggle.it/diagram/Zh7VvlCvDnguaLCL/t/better-together-america-ecosystem
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6-25-2024 - COLOR (THE) OF WEALTH - CHICAGO
https://colorofwealth.org/
Visit this website of the Institute on Race, Power and Political Economy and view research that "examines wealth by race, ethnicity and national origin in the context of specific locations and histories.  The Color of Wealth studies have been conducted in seven metropolitan regions in the  United States (as of June 2024).  Chicago is one of the seven.
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6-25-2024 - WEAVE: THE SOCIAL FABRIC PROJECT
https://weavers.org/about/
WEAVE was created in 2018 "to address the crisis of broken social trust that has left Americans divided along many lines, isolated and unable to address our common needs. The project aims to turn Americans into a nation of weavers, spreading connection and belonging."  Take a look at the "Trust Map" which is a link in the top menu bar on the website. 
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6-18-2024 - REALIZING A MULTIRACIAL DEMOCRACY FOR ALL - SSIR SERIES (2024)
https://ssir.org/realizing-a-multiracial-democracy-for-all
This link points to a series of Policy Link essays on the Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR).  It starts with "Imagine a nation that values the humanity of everyone living in it. One where all people can participate, thrive, and shape their own futures. This flourishing multiracial democracy in the United States is ours to create."  The five articles in the series outline the challenges we face and propose specific short and long-term solutions.  
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6-13-2024 - WHY IS INEQUALITY SO STICKY? THE POLITICAL OBSTACLES TO A FAIRER ECONOMY - 2024 ARTICLE
https://frompoverty.oxfam.org.uk/why-is-inequality-so-sticky-the-political-obstacles-to-a-fairer-economy/
This Poverty to Power article "looks at the politics of inequality and how and why governance systems do - or more often don't - introduce new policies to address income and wealth distribution."  
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6-10-2024 - FOUR ELEMENTS OF HUMANE EDUCATION  FROM INSTITUTE FOR HUMANE EDUCATION
"https://humaneeducation.org/the-four-elements-of-humane-education/
The Institute teaches people to "have the skills and experiences to be solutionaries for a more just, humane, and healthy world." This page points to four steps in a "problem solving" process.
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6-5-2024 - AGGH! MILLIONS OF WINDOWS 10 PCS CAN'T BE UPGRADED AFTER 2025 - WHAT DO YOU DO?
https://www.zdnet.com/article/5-ways-to-save-your-windows-10-pc-in-2025-and-most-are-free/
Microsoft is introducing a new Windows 11 operating system in October 2024 and that's a disaster for millions who operate PCs with older operating systems.  This article offers some options.
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6-4-2024 - GENDER APARTHEID - VIDEO BY BILL MAHER 
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This video was posted in 2024 on Twitter and LinkedIn. In it Bill Maher calls on young people to take on GenderApartheid as their cause.  The video shows dramatic reasons for taking such a stand.  The link I've provided points to a Twitter post with the video.
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6-4-2024 - ARCHIEVING THE INTERNET - SAVING HISTORY.
https://www.pewresearch.org/data-labs/2024/05/17/when-online-content-disappears/
https://niemanreports.org/articles/saving-the-first-draft-of-history/
These links point to two articles focused on preserving Internet content.  One is from Pew Research Center, titled, "When Online Content Disappears".  The second is an interview with Mark Graham, director of the Wayback Machine at the Internet Archive, titled "Saving the first draft of history." Everything in this web library will potentially be lost in a few years if a simple solution to the questions these articles pose is not found.
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6-3-2024 - ASK THESE QUESTIONS BEFORE STARTING A NONPROFIT
https://nonprofit-utopia.lpages.co/questions-you-need-to-ask-before-starting-a-nonprofit/
The NonProfit Utopia website has a FREE workbook that you can download to find questions you and your team should be asking before you start a non profit organization.  View this video from NonProfit Utopia outlining "10 Common Mistakes Nonprofit Founders Make"
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5-27-2024 - FAIR VOTE - AIMS FOR RANKED CHOICE VOTING (RCV) 
https://fairvote.org
The Fair Vote strategy says "In 2020 FairVote invested in a strategic planning process to define our long-term goals, theory of change and  unique roles within the electoral reform ecosystem.  Our long-term goals are to enact ranked choice voting (RCV) for all federal elections and the proportional form of RCV for U.S. House elections, as embodied by the Fair Representation Act, by 2030."  Browse the site and see how this would affect ever state.
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5-21-2024 - SCHOTT REPORT ON BLACK MALES IN PUBLIC EDUCATION - 2024
https://schottfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/schott-foundation-black-males-report2024.pdf
This report looks at the disparities of high school graduation rates of Black Male students in the US vis other students and surfaces the persistent challenges that exist in far too many school districts.  The report calls for building "loving systems' to improve graduation rates and life outcomes.  
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5-20-2024 - BEAT THE STREETS - CHICAGO WRESTLING
https://www.btschicago.org/
BTS Chicago "empowers Chicago youth through wrestling".  They "combine year-round wrestling programs with customized enrichment opportunities so that children can become their best selves. Mentoring, tutoring, workshops and positive relationships combined with the unique power of wrestling changes lives."
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5-15-2024 - GUN VIOLENCE ARCHIVE - COMPREHENSIVE RESOURCE
https://www.gunviolencearchive.org/
From the website: "Gun Violence Archive (GVA) was formed in 2013 to provide free online public access to accurate information about gun-related violence in the United States. GVA collects data from over 7,5000 law enforcement, media, government and commercial resources daily."  The site has an extensive collection of charts and maps. 
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5-13-2024 - SCHOOLS CAN'T DO IT ALONE:  REPORT ON CHILDHOOD POVERTY (2013)
https://truthout.org/articles/schools-cant-do-it-alone-why-doubly-disadvantaged-kids-continue-to-struggle-academically/
The full headline of this article is "Schools Can't Do It Alone: Why "Doubly Disadvantaged" Kids Continue to Struggle Academically:  A report on childhood poverty proves once again that no single measure can cure poverty's ills."  While this is a 2013 article the basic message is one the Tutor/Mentor Connection (1993-present) and Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC (2011-present) have been sharing since the early 1990s. 
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5-10-2024 - AMERICAN INEQUALITY DATA PORTAL - USE THE MAPS
https://www.americaninequality.io/maps
This site is a tremendous resource for those who want to understand where poverty and equality are concentrated in America and to view some suggestions for "a path forward". 
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5-9-2024 - INPATIENT DRUG AND ALCOHOL TREATMENT RESOURCE
https://rehabnet.com/treatment/inpatient/
The Rehabnet.com site has a comprehensive article that included "everything you need to know" about alcohol and drug addition treatment options and inpatient rehab centers. On one page of the site they list all 50 states in the USA and post links to each state, where they provide a guide to "the top alcohol and drug rehab centers" in that state. Here's the link for Illinois - https://rehabnet.com/illinois/
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5-9-2024 - A LETTER TO MEDIA ABOUT HOW TO COVER THE 2024 ELECTION FROM A PRO-DEMOCRACY STANDPOINT
https://www.mediaanddemocracyproject.org/2024-election-coverage#guidelines
This is an open letter from the Media and Democracy Project, that will be distributed to the executives, publishers, and union leaders of major media organizations. Read the guidelines and add your name. 
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5-9-2024 - PLURALISTIC: DAILY LINKS FROM CORY DOCTOROW
https://pluralistic.net/2023/05/04/analytical-democratic-theory/#epistocratic-delusions
This is an interesting blog with new links added daily via on-going blog articles.  Written by science fiction author, activist and journalist, Cory Doctorow. 
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4-29-2024 - POVERTY AND RACE RESEARCH ACTION COUNCIL (PRRAC) REVIEWS "BROWN AT 70 AND MILLKEN AT 50" (PDF)
https://www.prrac.org/newsletters/poverty-and-race-april2024.pdf
https://www.prrac.org
From the website: "This Poverty and Race special issue brings together a variety of perspectives to reflect on both the fulfilled and unfulfilled promise of Brown v. Board of Education and of Milliken v Bradley and offers ideas to help chart a path forward for making truly equitable and integrated schools a reality."
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4-29-2024 - RETRO REPORT - INDEPENDENT, NONPROFIT NEWS ORGANIZATION
https://retroreport.org/video-library/?type=Video
From the website: "At a time when misinformation is rampant and there's disagreement over objective facts, our team of award-winning journalists and educators is creating trusted documentary videos and classroom resources. Our work brings a greater understanding of current events, fights misinformation and encourages inquiry."
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4-27-2024 - AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY SECTION OF LIBRARY OF CONGRESS BLOGS
https://blogs.loc.gov/loc/category/african-american-history/
Visit this section to find Black History stories on the Library of Congress website.
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4-24-2024 - WE KNOW THE ABCs OF BLACK HISTORY ... DO YOU?:  VOLUM 1
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This book by Maurice Woodson was published in April 2024 and "was created to change the false narrative taught in schools for generations...and that is that the Black American story is just one of oppression. Nothing could be further from the truth."  Read the full description on Amazon.com. 
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4-22-2024 - CHILDREN RISING - OAKLAND, CA
https://www.children-rising.org/
From the website: "through a circle of care approach, Children Rising programs surround children with deeper academic support so they can more quickly catch up to grade-level reading and math skills and become confident, engaged students.   The organization pairs trained, caring adults from the community with elementary school children struggling to read or lacking basic math skills."
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4-20-2024 - NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE - AT THE SMITHSONIAN
https://nmaahc.si.edu/
This museum is the only national museum devoted exclusively "to the documentation of African American life, history, and culture. It was established by an Act of Congress in 2003. 
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4-19-2024 - CREATE SPACES TO EMPOWER YOUNG READERS AND WRITERS - PDF STUDY GUIDE
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This PDF is a study guide, designed for educators, to help them create spaces to empower students. It's based on a book titled "Classroom Design for Student Agency: Create Spaces to Empower Young Readers and Writers", by Lynsey Burkins and Franki Sibberson. 
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4-19-2024 - VOTING AND ELECTIONS RESOURCE FROM U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
https://www.justice.gov/voting/voting-rights
This site has been updated for 2024 and is a comprehensive resource about voting rights and elections in the U.S.A
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4-16-2024 - NATIONAL POPULAR VOTE INTERSTATE COMPACT
https://www.nationalpopularvote.com/written-explanation
https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/research-reports/national-popular-vote-explained
This agreement among the states (if it is reached) will assure that whichever candidate wins the popular vote in a Presidential election will be the winner.  Open this link and learn more.
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4-15-2024 - NONPROFIT FINANCE FUND THEORY OR CHANGE
https://nff.org/nff-theory-change
This page uses visualizations to show how its work leads to greater racial equity, community wealth and well-being. 
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4-11-2024 - WATTS OF LOVE - END CYCLE OF POVERTY BY BRINGING SOLAR LIGHT 
https://www.wattsoflove.org/
This group sees "solar lighting as one of the strongest tools available to break the cycle of poverty".  Although located in the Chicago region it's service reach the most vulnerable people in the developing world, who live without access to electrical light.  Visit the website and learn more.
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4-10-2024 - FREEDOM HOME ACADEMY INTERNATIONAL - AFRIKAN CENTERED PRIVATE SCHOOL IN CHICAGO
https://www.fhaintl.net/index.html
This unique school is located on the far South side of Chicago. It concentrates on reading, mathematics, focus geography, health and cultural enrichment and offers French, Kiswahili, Tai Chi, science, biology and more in a home school environment.  There is a significant tuition fee.  Browse the website to learn more. 
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4-8-2004 - AI TOOLS FOR EDUCATORS, STUDENTS, AND THE REST OF US
Control Alt Achieve - https://www.controlaltachieve.com/search/label/artificial%20intelligence
AI for educators - Larry Ferlazzo's blog - https://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/category/ai/
Claude - a family of AI models - https://www.anthropic.com/claude
These are blogs that are aggregating links to AI tools that can be used by any of us. 
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4-2-2024 - POVERTY SOLUTIONS - MICHIGAN POVERTY AND WELL-BEING MAP
https://poverty.umich.edu/research-funding-opportunities/data-tools/michigan-poverty-well-being-map/
From the website: "This map combines several indicators to provide a snapshot of poverty and well-being across Michigan."   Also view, "The Injustice of Place: Uncovering the Legacy of Poverty in America". Read the article and view the interactive data map.  https://poverty.umich.edu/research-funding-opportunities/data-tools/understanding-communities-of-deep-disadvantage/
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4-2-2024 - DAILY STEM LEARNING ACTIVITIES - VIA WEEKLY NEWSLETTER
https://dailystem.com/news/
from the website: "The "Daily STEM News" is a FREE one page weekly newspaper to help inspire kids to engage with STEM in the real world. Each issue can be printed or shared digitally with the kids you know."
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4-1-2024 - EARLY STEM EDUCATION KEY TO GROWING FUTURE CHIP WORKFORCE - 2024 ARTICLE
https://semiengineering.com/early-stem-education-key-to-growing-future-chip-workforce/
This article focuses on "building a domestic workforce for the chip industry by attracting kids to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) subjects at a  younger age."  The article points to some examples of ways TEM programs can "introduce the benefits of advanced manufacturing jobs to kids who are unlikely to attend four-year college and get an engineering degree."  
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3-31-2024 - BREAKING CYCLE OF POVERTY IN AMERICA - BLOG
https://www.combarriers.com/blog-home-page
This blog is titled, "Communication Across Barriers, Inc." and is written by Dr. Donna Beegle, as part of the consulting were she does to help entire communities break the cycle of poverty in America. 
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3-21-2024 - FORA EMPOWERMENT CENTER - HIGH IMPACT TUTORING FOR REFUGEES
https://www.refugeefora.org/about
FORA was formed in 2019 to serve the needs of refugees coming to the West Ridge area of Chicago.  The High Impact Tutoring (HIT) aims to unlock the potential of millions of unschooled refugees. It is the heart of what FORA does. This includes at least 10 hours a week of tutoring; no more than two students per tutor; high quality, individualized, and foundational curricula; regular testing to identify educational gaps; and, monitoring progress through high school.  
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3-14-2024 - THE SOFT BIGOTRY OF HIGH EXPECTATIONS - JUST ACTION 2024 ARTICLE
https://justaction.substack.com/p/the-soft-bigotry-of-high-expectations
This article makes this case: "To combat black-white school achievement gap, worry about their persistent segregation, don't hope for miracle teachers."
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3-13-2024 - EXTENDING EMPLOYEE VOLUNTEER IMPACT BEYOND KITS AND NUMBERS
https://www.realizedworth.com/2024/03/13/extending-employee-volunteer-impact-beyond-kits-and-numbers/
This Realized Worth article identified three problems with current corporate volunteer involvement programs and challenges business leaders to do better.
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3-6-2024 - 100+ STATISTICS ON CRIME IN US SCHOOLS
https://www.vpnmentor.com/blog/us-schools-crime-statistics/
This article has a comprehensive collection of statistics about all types of crime and student behavior in US schools. Each topic is supported by creative visualizations. It concludes with tips to prevent school crime and violence. 
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3-5-2024 - LION'S PRIDE MENTORING - SCHOOL BASED PEER MENTORING
https://www.lionprideinc.org/
Lion's Pride Mentoring was formed in 2017 at Baker College Prep and has spread to other Chicago schools. It became a  non-profit in 2019. It provides leadership development and college and career skills to upper-grade students who then become peer mentors to freshmen. 
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3-2-2024 - NEW YORK CITY YOUNG MEN'S INITIATIVE
https://www.nyc.gov/site/ymi/index.page
YMI was created in 2011 "as a public-private partnership to address increasing disparities among black and Latino men between the ages of 16 and 24 in education, employment, health and justice."
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2-29-2024 - DEMOCRACY LABS - VOTER RESOURCES TO PROTECT DEMOCRACY - 2-28-2024
https://thedemlabs.org/2024/02/28/voter-resources-protect-democracy/
From the website: "Democracy Labs is a hub for ongoing technology and creative innovation in service of a healthy democracy at the national, state and local levels.  The LABS focus on long-term, sustainable and affordable solutions." The link points to one recent article.  
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2-23-2024 - NON PROFIT UTOPIA - CAPACITY BUILDING FOR CHICAGO NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
https://nonprofitutopia.com/
From the website: "NonProfit Utopia provides a broad range of services and resources to help NPO leaders achieve their goals, including an online community, consulting, courses, coaching, livestreams and podcasts."  Browse the website to learn more.
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2-16-2024 - PERSISTENT POVERTY INTERACTIVE MAP - ADVANCING DEVELOPMENT IN PERSISTENT -POVERTY COMMUNITIES
https://eig.org/persistent-poverty-in-communities/
The Economic Innovation Group report shows that 35 million Americans reside in persistent-poverty communities.  The website has an interactive map that you can zoom into and look at this data at the census tract level or at the county level.  In a big county like Cook County, Il, persistent poverty is not visible, unless you look at it at the census tract level.  View the map at https://eig.org/persistent-poverty-in-communities/interactive-map/
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2-14-2024 - PERSISTENTLY POOR, LEFT-BEHIND AND CHRONICALLY DISCONNECTED (IN AMERICA)
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This report by Kenan Fikri "explores the extent to which persistent poverty areas represent a compelling sub-category of left-behind areas in America. It explores three ways in which places struggling with persistent poverty exhibit disconnection from the broader economy: commuting patterns, social networks (social capital) and job growth." Finally it emphasizes that "these problems tend not to resolve themselves naturally."
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2-13-2024 - ART MAKERS CLUB - CREATIVE ACTIVITIES
https://www.artmakersclub.com/
This site was mentioned in an article on a blog by a CLMOOC educator whom I've followed for nearly 10 years. Here's the link: https://sheri42.net/2024/02/12/fun-with-photo-doodles/
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2-10-2024 - EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: METHODS & BENEFITS
https://custom-writing.org/blog/experiential-learning-methods-and-benefits
This is a comprehensive article showing types of learning, benefits of experiential learning, and experiential learning activities that teachers, mentors and tutors can use. It provides a lot of information about "Kolb's Experiential Learning Cycle and Stages of Learning". The article also includes links to additional resources.
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2-7-2024 - SKILL UP - HELPS WORKERS FIND QUALITY LIVING-WAGE JOBS
https://www.skillup.org/
SkillUP is a coalition of more than 100 organizations, including training and education providers, tech firms, employers and philanthropies.  This site can be valuable to young people exploring career options, to people without college degrees who seek good-paying jobs, or people seeking to explore new career options.  Take time to explore the site and learn what's available. 
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1-30-2024 - PRISONERS IN THE U.S. ARE PART OF A HIDDEN WORKFORCE LINKED TO HUNDREDS OF POPULAR FOOD BRANDS - U.S.NEWS JAN 2024 ARTICLE
https://apnews.com/article/prison-to-plate-inmate-labor-investigation-c6f0eb4747963283316e494eadf08c4e
A 2-year investigation from the Associated Press "finds that prison labor is connected to hundreds of millions of dollars worth of goods, sold by some of the biggest food companies."  Read the article. 
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1-30-2024 - KQED YOUTH MEDIA IN THE CLASSROOM RESOURCES
https://www.kqed.org/education/
From the website: "Free, ready-to-use lesson plans, videos and resources that promote youth voice and help students practice media making, media literacy and civic engagement.  Find fresh ideas for all grade levels and subjects, aligned to standards like CCSS and NGSS."   Learn about the Youth Media Challenge at https://youthmedia.kqed.org/ and the Election 2024 project at https://youthmedia.kqed.org/election2024
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1-23-2024 - RSS FEED READERS HELP YOU KEEP UP WITH YOUR NEWS FEEDS - TOP FIVE (2024)
https://www.theverge.com/24036427/rss-feed-reader-best
This article explains what a RSS Feed Reader is and lists five sites, with a description of the free and paid versions for each.  The Tutor/Mentor Institute, LLC uses Inoreader.com 
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1-19-2024 - MOZELLA OPEN LEADERSHIP TRANING MODULES
https://mozilla.github.io/open-leadership-training-series/articles/introduction-to-open-leadership/introduction-to-working-open/
https://mozilla.github.io/open-leadership-training-series/articles/introduction-to-open-leadership/stating-your-project-vision/
From the website: "This website introduces you to the basic concepts of working open.  When you are 'working open' you use the power, knowledge, and skills of a diverse community of volunteers (called "contributors") to accomplish something that a single person or a small team couldn't do alone."
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1-19-2024 - OPEN LIFE SCIENCE AND OPEN SEEDS - DEDIDICATED TO CAPACITY BUILDING AND DIVERSIFYING LEADERSHIP IN RESEARCH
https://openlifesci.org/
https://openlifesci.org/openseeds/
This non-profit organization offers online mentoring and training programs for individuals and teams worldwide to learn about and adopt open research practices. The "Open Seeds" is a mentoring and training program for Open Science ambassadors. 
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1-17-2024 - MAPPING POLICE VIOLENCE IN AMERICA
https://mappingpoliceviolence.org/
This site has been collecting and reporting information about the number of people killed by police since 2013.  The data is intended to provide greater transparency and accountability for police departments as part of the ongoing work to end police violence in America.
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1-17-2024 - DIGITAL SPACES DIRECTORY 
https://newpublic.org/directory
This website is aggregating links to digital spaces as a "jumping off point for further exploration and research for anyone who's interested in studying, building, stewarding, or simply using digital platforms."
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1-10-2024 - ILLINOIS POLICE TRAFFIC STOP DATA - WBEZCHICAGO 
https://interactive.wbez.org/traffic-stops/illinois-statewide/
This site provides comprehensive data about police traffic stops in Illinois and shows a growth in racial profiling from early 2000s to 2022.  The site  includes interactive maps. The information is available to others to use. 
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1-8-2024 - THE GIRL INNOVATION, RESEARCH, ANDLEARNING (GIRL) CENTER - GLOBAL RESEARCH HUB
https://popcouncil.org/hub/girl-center/
The GIRL Center "is a global research hub that envisions a gender-equitable world where girls and boys make a health and safe transition into adulthood and reach their full potential".  This is part of a global research center called The Population Council. View their strategic plan at https://popcouncil.org/strategy/
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1-2-2024 - SEEK - SENSE - SHARE  -  PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE MASTERY PROCESS
https://jarche.com/pkm/
This article on Harold Jarche's blog describes a process of learning and sharing that anyone can apply to "make sense of our world and work more effectively."  The article contains numerous links to additional ideas that show this thinking in practice. 
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