Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionThere’s much excitement over new tax bill, which is a reincarnation of Reaganomics. George H.W. Bush called Reaganomics “voodoo economics.” No one wants it except the upper 1 percent, who get to control more and more of the nation’s wealth. Conservatives, I think, support the efforts primarily because liberals are against it. When conservatives and liberals listen to one another, they find they don’t really have much different views. The turmoil Americans are kept in really pleases the ruling class.Calvin MooreColonieMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homes
The resolution was authored by the School Board’s only Black member, Dr. Rosalind Osgood, Vice Chair, District 5. “All of our children are important,” said School Board Member Nora Rupert, District 7. “Sometimes we need to remind the community that ‘equity looks different.’” Read the full resolution here. “As a Board, equity is something that we have been committed to,” said School Board Member Laurie Rich Levinson, District 6. “We have spent a lot of time putting programs in place and adding resources, but there is much, much more to do.” “I hope this resolution sparks an ongoing movement of critical reflection and honest conversations in our school community to forge racial equity and disrupt systems of inequity in our classrooms,” said School Board Member Lori Alhadeff, District 4. “This Board has consistently demonstrated moral courage when it comes to racism and equity,” Dr. Osgood said. “We started having Courageous Conversations about race years ago and allocated funds to ensure equity across the District. It was important to me for this Board to take its position, put it in writing and stand by it.” “Thank you, Dr. Osgood for bringing forth this resolution to reaffirm this Board’s commitment to our students,” said School Board Member Robin Bartleman, Countywide At-Large, Seat 9. “This critical moment in our democracy calls for a bold reimagining of our public schools where we not only commit to close achievement gaps, but also to close what Eddie Glaude, professor of African American Studies at Princeton University, calls the ‘value gap’ – the belief that white people are valued more than others,” said Superintendent Robert W. Runcie. “This resolution is a message to our community that we value not only all of our students, but we recognize and appreciate their heritage, struggles and barriers that must be eliminated.” “I want to remind the community that, as important as this resolution is,” said School Board Member Heather P. Brinkworth, District 3, “it is also about the actions we take as a Board.” “Knowing that we have narrowed the gap between our white and Black students is a reflection of the leadership of this Board,” said School Board Member Ann Murray, District 1. “It is important that we cultivate and teach that culture.” The School Board of Broward County, Florida reinforced its unified commitment to Black students by unanimously passing a Resolution on the Commitment of the Broward County Public Schools District to Black Students. “Across the nation there are great disparities,” said School Board Member Patricia Good, District 2. “As a District and as individuals, we have all worked very hard to rectify situations and remove barriers from many of our students to ensure equity in learning opportunities for our Black students.” As a show of solidarity, School Board members read the resolution in unison. “On behalf of all of us on the Board, as leaders, it is critically important that we take this type of leadership role and that we let our students know this truly is a shared voice,” said Donna Korn, School Board Chair, Countywide At-Large, Seat 8.
There’s plenty of uncertainty involving some marketing strategies. How will they play out, what will they take and where will they take the company? All of these are valid questions. But internal marketing presents a unique possibility. It will yield quantifiable, positive results. It typifies the low-risk approach. And as a go-to-market strategy, it really can’t hurt to employ such an approach.Keeping your employees well-informed about your operation, externally and internally, is simply a terrific idea. You’ll be able to keep them aligned with your best practices process. You’ll also instill your staff with a sense of belonging. By using internal marketing, your staff will be abreast of your branding efforts, your market targets, your customer expectations and more.While other companies are focusing all of their efforts externally, you can gain tremendous ground and even surpass the competition by focusing on your own people. Read the full article by Ardath Albee for more information on this topic.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis