Easy Pandemic Career and Economic Survival Tools for High School Teachers
Teachers worldwide need to help prepare teens for certain economic shifts that have already started to occur as a result of the pandemic. Most of these lessons are learned in college. However, more and more student have either postponed or dropped out of college altogether due to economic uncertainties brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
SoRichIam Media is not new to preparing high school teens for the real world. The boutique media company CEO, LeTicia Lee, is a former Wall Street Language Executive Instructor. Her job was to help foreign executives of Fortune 500 Companies make quality shifts within the company during times of economic uncertainty. So who better to help teens and teachers during a pandemic than she? Her “Dynamic Duo Package” designed for high school students does just that.
How Technology Will Change The Way Business Is Run In 2021
Today’s technology is evolving at a breakneck pace.
New digital trends pave the way for a rise in society’s expectations, and things that seemed impossible just a decade ago are now taken for granted. Having witnessed virtual reality, enhanced 5G connectivity, and even drones integrate seamlessly into society, it begs the question of when—not if—the next breakthrough is coming.
School closures disproportionately hit disadvantaged students in the US
A study analyzing the distribution of school closures due to COVID concludes that racial minorities, students in need and with already poor academic performance have been more likely engaged in remote schooling since September 2020.
The uneven distribution of school closures in the US since September 2020 threatens to exacerbate regional, racial and class-based divides in educational performance, according to research by Zachary Parolin, of Bocconi University’s Department of Social and Political Science, recently published in Nature Human Behavior.
Nuclear Proliferation: Risk and Responsibility (Report to the Trilateral Commission)
There is no greater challenge to global peace today than the proliferation of nuclear weapons and the increasing likelihood that terrorists may acquire nuclear material. The papers presented in this report from the Trilateral Commission’s 2006 annual meeting in Tokyo offer a comprehensive and insightful overview of this urgent challenge.
Assessing Families and Couples: From Symptom to System
A step-by-step guide to assessing couples and families, this text offers a clear delineation of the process of family therapy through richly illustrated case material, featuring clients from a diversity of backgrounds.
Appealing to both experienced and novel therapists, Assessing Families and Couples portrays a clear picture of what occurs in a two-session model in conducting a family therapy assessment. In the absence of a videotape to depict the process of therapy, readers can still visualize the details of the therapeutic journey in a step-by-step manner. Students and instructors, alike, will find this book an invaluable tool for the learning and teaching of family therapy assessment.
Crisis in the Southwest: The United States, Mexico, and the Struggle over Texas (The American Crisis Series: Books on the Civil War Era)
The war between the United States and Mexico was decades in the making. Although Texas was an independent republic from 1836 to 1845, Texans retained an affiliation with the United States that virtually assured annexation at some point. Mexico’s reluctance to give up Texas put it on a collision course with the United States.
Smuggling Armageddon: The Nuclear Black Market in the Former Soviet Union and Europe
Smuggling Armageddon looks at one of the most important and troubling international concerns of the 1990s and beyond: the illegal trade in nuclear materials that has erupted in the Newly-Independent States (NIS) and Europe since the collapse of the former Soviet Union. Lee raises the central yet seldom-asked question of whether such traffic poses a threat of consequence to international security and stability. Lee unveils a grim picture that shows a Russia characterized by a variety of criminal proliferation channels, a Russia where smuggling operations are becoming progressively more sophisticated, and a Russia whose nuclear stockpiles already may have suffered serious leakages of weapons-usable materials. Lee’s groundbreaking study then concludes by assessing the implications of study findings for U.S. policy and by offering insights on the future of the NIS smuggling industry. Smuggling Armageddon is a book that is sure to provoke controversy and to raise the specter of nuclear destruction once again.