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An Increasing Need For Nurses

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Health care is always a platform for a political agenda, but with the 2008 presidential campaign not so far away, the concern and conversation relating to the alarming number of Americans without health coverage is rising. It is speculated that there are around 47 million Americans uninsured.

"Pursue the nearest duty."

A Solution?

Bush seeks to provide a remedy by focusing on two angles: making coverage more available by reforming the tax code and to provide federal funding to states with an abundance of low-income and hard-to-insure residents. The former plan would involve a standard deduction in taxes for those purchasing insurance on their own or through their workplace. The latter plan would seek to deliver basic, affordable private health insurance to applicable residents.

Bush intends for the two solutions to stymie the reliance on government-run health care. Bush hopes that his plan will foster the opportunity for Americans to be more in control of their medical decisions. Critics of Bush's plan say that the lower income population would not benefit from this plan because they will still not be likely to afford the premiums even if they do have a plan. Another vociferation is that the plan might force employers to lower or drop benefits in parts of the country where premiums are the highest and in small business sectors.

Congressional Implementation

Congress will also attempt to peer into the health care problem. The federal government will address many nursing specific bills in the near future:

- The Nursing School Capacity Act of 2007 will allow research to focus on the constraints encountered by schools of nursing in relation to admitting and graduating nurses sufficient in meeting the pressing health care needs of Americans, assess if entry-level graduates are pleased with their schooling preparation, and evaluate salary and benefit structures within the field.

-The Nurse Education, Expansion, and Development Act of 2007would give nursing schools funds to add to their faculty, maintain facilities, purchase equipment, and recruit students. This bill would provide over $255 million over the period of three years.

-The Medicaid Advanced Practice Nurses and Physician Assistants Access Act of 2007, seeks to expand access under the Medicaid fee-for-service program. Currently, pediatric nurse practitioners and family nurse practitioners qualify, but the bill seeks to include all nurse practitioners, CNSs, and physician assistants as primary care providers.

"Duty is the most sublime word in our language. Do your duty in all things... You cannot do more. You should never wish to do less."

Those engrossed on the topics say that there is no better group to speak on these issues than RNs. It is projected that the nursing shortage will increase to add to the need of more than 1 million nurses by the year 2020. By 2015, all 50 states will experience a shortage of nurses.

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Getting A New Spin Online Learning

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Online Learning as an Outlet for Motivation

Most people who are motivated for success always find a niche where they can become better. As Rome is not build in a day, being a financially successful person will need a constant pounding to force one to change his ways. In achieving financial freedom, theory and practice is not a silly round in the putty. Thus, the importance of online education for personal development is a great tool to achieve the realization of 21st century education.

Online learning education is a new outlet for self-motivated individuals. While people can say that this is not for everybody, 21st century education is necessary for everyone. With internet technology the fusion of acquiring 21st century education is a luxury that everyone can take advantage of.

21st century education is a reaction to the current educational system that teaches the wrong approach in achieving financial success. Most educators are structured to think and to teach that students should be taught to work hard to achieve success. While this may be true during the 19th century, this millennium holds a different trend where not many can get along with. 21st century education is not only a tool to get you in the loop. Instead 21st century education is the loop.

Finding the Right Online Courses

Thus, an active campaign from successful people such as Jamie McIntyre allows us to have free online 21st century education to achieve financial freedom. His courses value the need for financial literacy. If it cannot start with the classical institutions, then 21st century education brings the knowledge through free online education. Online education allows people to harness the speed of communication to give students the flexibility to learn at their own pace. At the same time, the time allowance gives readers the luxury to continue with their wealth creation goals without having to stress about going to required seminars to complete their online financial literacy courses. In this way, the tenets of 21st century education as a freedom builder will give you the leeway to choose your own set of time and learn valuable insights.

Online education through e-courses and e-books is one of the unrealized potentials in the web. While it is true that more people get on to these courses, a high quality yet free web-based education is rare. However, having the best organizers of wealth creation strategists employed to create a killer e-course, online education about financial literacy may be a life changing event for you.

The relevance of online and 21st century education is never a question of what is new. Instead, these courses are as serious as any degree courses. In fact, one is willing to wager that 21st century education courses are a better use of time and more practical for the well-being of an individual. Alternative lessons that take alternative routes are revolutionary indeed.

Continuity in our desire and passion to learn is the most fundamental trait that an online student should have. This kind of learning is a test of motivation and avoiding procrastination. While one can get buried in books that usually happens in classical education, 21st century education gives you enough practical thoughts to challenge you personally. 21st century education is not a stub of an idea or a get rich quick scheme. Instead, it is only possible by a constant change in mindset until one is shaped to think rich. Hopefully online education in wealth creation will help build the path towards financial freedom.

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The Road To Your Child S Success Goes Through Reading

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From the first day your child enters this world and hears the sound of your voice, they begin their foundation for understanding the language and becoming a reader.

From that first moment on, each time you speak to your child and respond to the sounds that they make, you are their teacher helping them to improve their understanding of the language that surrounds them in their new world.

Reading is the foundation from which all other education is built upon, and the spoken language is preparation of the surface on which this foundation will be laid.

With language as the surface for the foundation, and infants being such natural sponges soaking in everything around them, every opportunity you have to communicate with your child should be taken advantage of.

Talk, listen, and respond to your child. Sing and read to and with your child and you'll be mapping a course of success.

A child's early experience is, of course, language. They take in and very soon begin to imitate that which they see and hear. Soon to follow will be the recognition of the individual characters that make up the language. From there the individual characters morph into words, words then become sentences and onward. And as reading continues to develop, so does the child's vocabulary as they encounter, recognize, and master even more new words. Then there is writing that soon develops and builds as it all ties back to reading.

With all of this going on, it's easy to understand that becoming a reader is a step by step process for children. Not all learn at the same pace and some children will need more practice and attention than others.

However, by the age of about 7 most children are on their way. During this time frame, even the children experiencing difficulties can overcome them and become a very successful reader when given the proper attention. Your active participation in this early development of your child's reading skills is vitally important.

It will be a time not only filled with wonderful moments of bonding and celebrating successes, but it is a foundation you are building that your child will benefit from for their entire lifetime.

Although this timeline is greatly condensed in the form of this article, you should easily see the importance and the direct correlation reading has to the long term success that your child experiences.

When your child is but a baby, read aloud to them regularly throughout each day. Cuddle up with them and read them a story in the afternoon. And by all means don't forget about the tried and true bedtime story.

Make reading to your child a quiet, comfortable, and loving time for them; one that they look forward to and enjoy. If they are restless, energetic, and in play mode, save the reading time for when they unwind and ready to snuggle up.

Generally speaking, try to spend at least a half hour a day reading with your child. Keeping their natural attention span in mind, early on your reading time will be shorter and more often.

Needless to say, with young children, a set schedule is tough to follow as each day is such a new adventure for kids this age.

Don't worry if your reading times don't consistently come together at the same times each day. The key is to look for those quiet opportunities for reading and bonding time. Your child will begin to associate reading with something that is fun and enjoyable and not something that is an interruption to the rest of their day.

Doing this will keep reading fun for both of you, develop good reading habits with your child, and lay the foundation for a lifetime of successes.

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Why Reading Aloud To Your Child Is Important

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Okay, so your child loves to watch television, play video games, surf on the Internet, and listen to music. And there's nothing wrong with those activities, as long as they're used in moderation. Most parents would also love to see their kids participate in more constructive activities - like reading children's books - but the trick is to get your little ones to actually sit down and crack open a book a few times per week.

One way to start is by sitting down and reading aloud to your children. By reading aloud to your kids, you're showing them how to enjoy children's books, the English language, the wonders of a good story, and hopefully, you're instilling a love of reading and learning. Many kids associate books with the drudgeries of school and homework, but you want to show them how a well written children's book can be an exciting adventure, a real pleasure, as their imagination takes them to places they've never been to visit with people and characters they've never met.

According to a recent US government study, there's a direct relationship with reading aloud to your children and childhood literacy rates. Reading children's books and other materials to your children is not only a great educational head start for pre-school, but also a wonderful social activity, and a chance to spend quallity time with your kids.

Reading to children is shown to have a positive effect on children's literacy outcomes, the government report concludes. Through experience with books, children gain important exposure to written language. They begin making connections between the spoken word and the printed word. Policymakers contend that it is important to read to your child.

Regrettably, few children today seem to read for pleasure. In one study, only 7 out of 10 9-year-olds said that they enjoy reading as a pastime, compared with 78% five years ago, while for 11-year-olds, the proportion has declined from 77% to 65%. Children said they preferred watching television to going to the library or reading. But the biggest changes in attitudes were among boys. In Year 6, only 55% of boys said they enjoyed stories compared with 70% in 1998.

So getting your children - especially males - to read, and enjoy reading, is a real challenge these days. And again, one way to tackle that challenge is to read to your children aloud. One technique is to make reading a children's book a game, an interactive adventure that you can both enjoy. After all, this is another way to spend some quality time with your kids, which is what they want anyway.

Another way to use children's books and literature to teach is through the so-called "Charlotte Mason" method. In this method of teaching, the child "tells back," in his or her own words, a short book or poem, or a chapter of a longer book. The child is forced to focus on the story, and understand its meaning. This type of verbal narration is especially effective in younger children who may not have the writing skills necessary to put their thoughts down on paper.

The goal is to get your child to open a book for fun, on their own, without prodding from you or their teachers in school. I can remember my own excitement and fascination when I discovered the Lord Of The Rings trilogy as young teenager, and how many hours of entertainment and enjoyment I culled from the pages of that classic fantasy series.

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New York Schools Institute Universal Assessment

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The necessity to assess students is irrefutable. In fact, a lot of people believe that formal assessments are the only way to tell how a student is progressing, and teachers feel pressured to teach to the test. For many educators, part of their paycheck is based on how well students score on standardized tests. Fortunately for students and teachers alike, New York Public Schools recognize the need to not only assess them fairly and accurately, but also see the necessity of offering various kinds of tests to be used at the teachers' discretion.

New York Schools Chancellor Joel I. Klein recently announced that all schools will have access to a range of flexible periodic assessment tools to help them track students' progress in English Language Arts and math starting in the 2007-08 school year. It's interesting and encouraging that the Chancellor recognizes the need for these tools. Perhaps even more interesting is the motivation behind them.

"Teachers have always used assessments to monitor their students' progress. Now they'll be able to find out quickly exactly what [New York Schools] students are learning and where they need more help," Chancellor Klein said. "These tools are quicker and more accurate than what ... [New York Schools] have today. They'll make it easier for our educators to tailor instruction to meet the individual needs of every student."

The New York Schools Department of Education (DOE) has encouraged schools to use these kinds of no-stakes assessments since 2003. The 2007-2008 school year will be the first time that all New York Schools will have easy access to a menu of "differentiated assessment tools" rather than pre-packaged exams that do not necessarily match the needs of individual teachers and students.

It's important for schools and teachers to decide for themselves what kinds of assessments to use. Being able to choose their tools of assessment will enable New York Schools teachers more freedom of movement within their curriculum (how and when subjects will be taught) by freeing them from a high-stress testing date that only occurs once a year for all New York Schools students.

New York Schools can choose any combination of the new periodic assessment tools as long as they are assessing students five times a year in grades 3-8 and four times a year in high school in both English Language Arts and math. This policy must be intended to ensure that New York Schools teachers are actually using the new tools. This use should also give educators the opportunity to provide feedback to the New York Schools Chancellor and his staff on what works, what doesn't, and what they want to see more of.

Naturally, the leaders of New York Schools have the best interests of the students at heart, and want to provide the best possible education along with the means to assess the students' achievement.

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Nashville Schools Try To Attract Top Teachers

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What does it take to catch a teacher? Nashville Schools and surrounding districts are trying to answer that question. Incentives including pay increases, job fairs, full time recruiters and on-site child care have been implemented as recruiters and administrators try to lure good teachers to Nashville Schools. The Metro district increased starting salaries by $2,000 for the '06-'07 school year. Did it help? Only 8 positions were left unfilled at year's end, but the reason for that is still unclear.

Even so, the year end scramble to fill the slots for next year has already started for most Nashville Schools. Why? 500-600 teachers retire from Nashville Schools on a yearly basis. Others leave for better paying jobs, are let go, or don't meet the license requirements of the federally mandated No Child Left Behind Act. This can mean that students in Nashville Schools face overcrowded classrooms, or are bounced from teacher to teacher as class sizes are balanced.

How big is this problem? 50% of teachers hired in Tennessee in 2002 had left teaching by 2006. Not their jobs, the teaching profession. How does this directly impact Nashville Schools? The scramble for teachers is largely impacted by the attractiveness of the incentives and the atmosphere. So adjacent districts to Nashville Schools are all competing for the same small pool of qualified teachers

Wilson County has offered on-site child-care to its teachers for years. Yet that option has failed in other districts. Higher teacher pay in Nashville Schools may not look as good as a job in Cheatham County. This Nashville neighbor only employs 500 teachers, but rarely has a position unfilled in the fall. Now that is a position that Nashville Schools would love. Other local systems start with 40-50 openings. So what do teachers have to say?

The Tennessean Newspaper's Website is filled with blogs by teachers, former teachers, and many hoping to become former teachers in Nashville Schools. One unidentified Nashville Schools' resident recently said, "Higher starting salaries are a lure but the salary scale has been so compressed that there is no future in teaching. A senior teacher with 25 years experience would make no more money than when she started when adjusted for cost-of living. Many, many alternatives offer higher pay, greater potential and a less demeaning work environment. Teaching is no longer a profession, it's just a job, and not a good one at that."

So Nashville Schools must figure out how to lure good teachers, and keep them. In a political climate dictated by testing, reforms, and rising standards, it might be time some attention was focused on exactly what teacher's want and how to give it to them.

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Trouble With College Essays Join The Club

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If you are among the thousands of college students that have trouble writing all those essays, research reports and other assignments, you are not alone. It is estimated that three out of four college students struggles with their research assignments, not because of the research, but the writing. Not only is it difficult to get started, many students are unsure about grammar, punctuation use and the proper use of the English language. This is one of the top secrets, not only among college students, but also people in general. It is kept secret because people believe that they were suppose to learn to write, use English and make sense of sentences in elementary school. This is true, we all learned the basics of English through our school career, but we have all slept since then as well.

Plagiarism - To Copy or Not to Copy

Here is what we say about plagiarism - DON'T DO IT! Not only will it get you a failing grade, but also can get you expelled from school. How do you go home and tell your parents, friends or better yet a potential employer? Most students think that they will never get caught and several years ago, they were probably right. Today there are a ton of spiders on the web that professors and teachers can sign into and plug your work in to see if it matches anything on the Internet. There is another database that searches the Internet and a huge database of research papers, dissertations, essays and reports that have been building for several years.

You think that you got it reworded good enough? Think again, these search sites will also compare your paper to other sites for information not 100% copied, but similar. It will hit on the results and then bring up the exact site that you may have taken the information from. If your professor finds that your work is too similar or not cited appropriately in your paper, your toast! This is the reason that learning the appropriate manner to cite work is very important, crucial in fact.

Use of Commas and other punctuation

One of the most common mistakes, besides misspelled words is the misuse of commas in writing. Students either use too many, not enough or all in the wrong places. This gives the professor a great red pen workout and unfortunately, your grade suffers. There are a million rules and guidelines for using commas and it is not only, where it sounds good! Another reasons to bring in a little helper when writing your paper. It never hurts to have the appropriate material to refer back to. In fact, it can save you countless hours of work, searching on the net, and your grade!

Punctuation is something that most students know well, but they are in such a hurry in their writing escapade that they make stupid mistakes. Practicing and really proofing your paper can keep this from happening. Watch for questions and end with a question mark. Emotion sentences warrant an exclamation point and so on! Refer back to your guide to make sure that your paper is correct.


Never turn in a paper before proof reading it, ever. No matter how skilled you are as a writer, you can still make mistakes. It does not hurt to have someone else proof your paper either. They may see or catch something that you missed. When you are proofing your own paper you are likely to read across an incorrect sentence and say it the way that you meant it. Allowing others to proof your paper is also a good idea, because they can watch for sentences that are unclear or structured poorly. Fragments are another thing that others can find in your work, makes sense to you, but it may not make sense to them. They have no idea what you were trying to say, but you did when you wrote it!

It does not hurt to brush up on your rules even if you are a great writer. Even great writers make mistakes from time to time. Taking the time to refresh in a subject does not mean that you are inadequate in the subject. In fact to many, it makes you look smarter because you are willing to admit that you don't know everything. One thing that most people are not good at doing!

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Addictions Counselor Certification Why Should I Get It

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Research and clinical practice has demonstrated that co-occurring disorders (addictions and mental health issues occurring together) are the rule, not the exception. This leaves many people who were trained as psychologists, mental health counselors and marriage and family therapists at a great disadvantage, both clinically and professionally. They are at a clinical disadvantage, because addictions counseling requires a very different counseling approach than most counselors use. Professionally they are at a disadvantage because many insurance companies, agencies and Medicaid are starting to require certification in addictions counseling to work with clients who have addictions.

So, what are the options? Most of us do not want to go back to school to get yet another degree. The good news is that getting your precertification training for addictions counseling is easy. You can take online courses such as those offered at or, go to conferences or take college courses. In most states, any addictions certification is sufficient. The National Association for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) and the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) both offer national addictions certifications. Your other option is to get certified in your home state. Many states now have boards that offer certification as an addictions professional. The down side to state certifications is that they do not transfer if you move out of state.

But I am doing addictions counseling now and am not certified. Why should I jump through all of those hoops? Well, there are several reasons: Ethics, effectiveness, earning potential. All professional codes of ethics state that you must be appropriately trained to provide services to your target population. Therefore, if you are licensed or certified in mental health or psychology, you are expected to gain the extra education necessary to effectively serve your population. As I stated earlier, addictions counseling is far different than traditional Rogerian "talk therapy." To be effective as an addictions counselor, you must understand the addiction, how it has become the person's best fiend, why they do not want to give it up and cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused strategies to help them make the change. Finally, earning potential. Addictions certifications open up a whole new set of employment opportunities. Additionally, many agencies will pay more for someone with an addictions certification, versus someone with only a mental health counseling license or no license at all.

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Options For Learning Spanish Online

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If you will be spending time in Spanish speaking countries, you may be interested in learning to speak the language. Learning Spanish online is one of the easiest and most convenient ways to study the language. There are several options for studying on the internet. Many websites offer programs for learning to speak Spanish in the comfort of your home.

Learning Spanish has many benefits if you plan on spending time travelling or living in a Spanish speaking country. Once back home, language skills offer benefits in the job market. More employers are interested in hiring bilingual employees to help communicate with Spanish speaking customers. The money and time you invest in learning to speak Spanish will be money well spent.

Options for Learning Spanish Online

There are numerous websites on the internet that offer at home Spanish courses. You move through the lessons at your own pace. There are some free sites and others charge a fee. The fee charging sites often have more resources and a more comprehensive course that will help you become fluent faster.

The Instituto Cervantes was founded in 1991. It is the largest worldwide organization for instruction in the Spanish language. This is a public institution that was started in Spain, but now operates on four continents. The purpose of the institute is to promote the teaching of Spanish and Spanish culture in various countries throughout the world.

The institute has the Centro Virtual Cervantes, which offers online courses and information on the language. There are activities, reference resources and information on the culture of Spanish speaking nations. They offer materials for both teachers and students of Spanish.

The institute offers a variety of programs for teaching Spanish. They offer courses in the classroom, combinations of in class and online and all online courses. The online course is called Aula Virtual Espanol (AVE). Students can enrol at any of the Instituto Cervantes centers world wide.

The courses cover all aspects of language: vocabulary, phonetics, grammar and spelling. The richness of the Spanish culture and diversity among Spanish speaking nations is addressed, as well as socio cultural issues. The program is an excellent way to learn to communicate in Spanish.

After Learning Spanish Online

Learning online is good, but the best way to become fluent is to immerse yourself in the language. This is also the best way to experience the culture, traditions, foods and history of the people. Travelling to Spanish speaking countries is a good way to become immersed in the language.

Further study is available though language immersion programs. These programs are available in cities such as Madrid, Barcelona and Seville. Programs are available in other Spanish speaking nations as well. This is the fastest and most effective way to become truly fluent in the language.

With language immersion courses, you go to live in a Spanish speaking country for a period of time. Immersion courses offer smaller groups, often with afternoon and evening activities. You spend a good portion of the day in class, learning the language. You also have a lot of time on your own to travel around the area and interact with the people. Striking up conversations on the street or talking with waiters and merchants in stores is the best way to learn.

When you enrol in the course, you have options for accommodations in the country. In some cases, you will share an apartment with another student in the course. This will give you the opportunity to study together. In other courses, you are paired with a host family and stay with them. This is a great way to interact and experience the culture first hand.

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