Rebecca Townsend, News Editor for NUVO. Soccer, SCUBA, bike lover. Also yoga and pilates. Two dogs, two cats, a macaw, a Scorpio husband and Capricorn…
Hi, Scott. I'd love to read a Perspectives in Education submission that goes into more details about the testing issues you've raised here, if you are up for it.
The Washington Post has some nice interactive graphics analyzing various budget proposals. They make the competing ideas on how to handle spending, deficit spending, and debt reduction a little easier to understand.
Good luck sorting the rhetoric from the reality, and deciding which approach you feel will put our nation on the most solid path to a bright and prosperous future.
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Thanks for your catch, Petalumaindy. Working together we can make Indy a better place to write, read and think. :)
Damn right, Ms. Kimmel. Well put. Thanks for keeping the focus on probably THE most important issue for Indy's overall progress. Keep up the good work on your honorable mission.
Keep up the great work on quitting smoking, Katelyn! Excellent inspiration!
The March of Dimes piled on later in the day with this news release:
The Indiana Chapter of the March of Dimes announces today, after a comprehensive and volunteer-led search, Catherine McNulty is named State Director for March of Dimes Indiana Chapter and will lead the program, fundraising and volunteer efforts of the March of Dimes in the state beginning April 16, 2012.
“Cathy brings a wealth of successful experience and demonstrated leadership in maternal-child health” says John Banchy, Area Director March of Dimes East Region. “We are excited about the impact she will make on our mission to prevent premature birth, birth defects and infant mortality.”
McNulty is a Registered Nurse in Indiana, holds a Master of Science in Health Administration as well as a PhD in Healthcare Administration. Cathy also holds a Certification in Fund Raising Management from Indiana University School of Philanthropy. McNulty is past Dean of Health Sciences, Online for Harrison College in Indianapolis. Prior to joining Harrison College she served as a Regional Executive officer with the American Red Cross and also held the Chief Executive Officer position for the McMillen Center for Health Education in Indiana for eight years.
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