Monthly Archives: October 2011

Will New Leaders Follow Business’s Blueprint?

“What’s the way forward for Mississippi?” Ask that at the coffee shop and you’ll get some interesting answers. Ask that to top business leaders and university researchers and you get a plan. Last week, Blueprint Mississippi rolled out goals chosen … Continue reading

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Tests, More Tests, and Job Readiness

“The National Career Readiness Certificate is a portable, evidence-based credential that measures essential workplace skills and is a reliable predictor of workplace success.” That’s straight from ACT’s National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) website. You know about ACT from high school. … Continue reading

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Cloning Shouldn’t Be in Personhood Amendment

You ever “step in it?” My wife thinks that’s my favorite thing to do, kind of like my daughter and granddaughter’s propensity to step in every puddle they see. Well, I’m about to “step in it” more than usual. I … Continue reading

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