Job Security - Don't Count on Academic Tenure

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  But, Vermont School of Law has created a puzzling solution for its economic woes. In , Staci Zaretsky reports that Vermont's president and dean Thomas McHenry is focusing on reducing the expense incurred by more than a dozen tenured faculty members.

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find your green room trigger

Green Room Speakers

Saturday, June 27, 2009 Find Your Green Room Trigger In this weeks New Yorker, Alex Ross writes about Marlboro Music, an elite summer music program at Marlboro college in Vermon t "where artists could forget about commerce and escape into a purely musical realm."

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Colorado & Stoner Tourism: Travel industry wants lots more than that

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Come on, would you opt for enjoying the mountains of Colorado while legally smoking a joint of pot or the mountains in Vermont without being able to legally smoke some weed?

Bernie Sanders - Socialist Branding Could Be A Plus

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  Or maybe Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has been rebranding socialism to seem like common-sense approaches to economic problems. America could be tipping beyond liberal to, yes, socialism. 

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Her Daughter Lark, Now Her Brother Patrick: Mia Farrow's Pain

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  He was found dead in his Vermont art gallery.  Recently life has not been kind to Mia Farrow.    She lost her daughter Lark and now her brother Patrick.    Police have tentatively ruled the cause of death suspicious.    Patrick was 66. An autopsy is being performed.    I wish Farrow strength during this second blow.    She might find it comforting to meditate on Elizabeth Edwards's book "Resilience."

Mark Twain: Beyond Yankee Ingenuity to Occult

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  Last week the treat homerun was cheese from Vermont.  Mark Twain was a writer.     And a very good one.   Svietlanan - But, we're now finding out, that he was much more. 

Pennsylvania Education Policy Roundup for September 2, 2013: Trombetta & Assocs. $88K to make the world friendlier for cybercharters

Speaking Of...

Right now, though, I''m frustrated that the Vermont Secretary of Education''s answers to my 28 Questions about the Common Core aren''t worth a plug nickel. I wanted to know the decision-making process that led Vermont to embrace the Common Core.

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"My Big Fat Career" - THE ECONOMIST

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  A sign of the high emotional capital, most members make it their mission to bring home-made cookies, cheese they transported back from Vermont, or diet cola to events.