Monthly Archives: March 2012

Episode 12: Blog – Youth Workers Are a Lifeline

By Deepmalya Ghosh, LCSW-R; Director of Youth Development Programs, The Child Center of NY Brad Lupien is an idealist and an entrepreneur in the field of youth development. In his world, every young person would have an Individualized-Education Plan (better known as an IEP).  He thinks

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Episode 12: Brad Lupien, Co-Founder and Co-President of ARC

Brad Lupien, Co-Founder and Co-President of ARC (formerly Champions) has a million ideas for how to improve education and the lives of young people, and in this episode we got to discuss a few. “You’ve got to try lots and lots of different

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Episode 10: Michael Edwards

“I’m very worried that the move towards the business is best approach, right throughout society, is eroding older traditions of solidarity and working together, and cooperation and community in the public spirit, which are the things we are going to

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Episode 11: The PASEsetter Awards Celebrates Afterschool

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Episode 11: Blog – The PASEsetter Awards Celebrates Afterschool

By Jodi Grant, Executive Director, Afterschool Alliance Most of us don’t stop to celebrate our work often enough. I think it is especially true for those in afterschool, where new and seemingly intractable challenges crop up daily, and certainly in advocacy, when

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Episode 10: Blog – There Are Questions That Business-Thinking Can’t Answer

By Jakada Imani, Executive Director of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights It would be silly (and destructive) to attempt to run a business as though it was a kindergarten. With naptime, finger paintings, and slowly taking time to teach people

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