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Contact Us – A Just Harvest
7649 N. Paulina St., Chicago, IL 60626
september 2018 by oripsolob
Family Promise
Helping homeless Northshore families with shelter, food etc
sociology  service 
july 2015 by oripsolob
Illinois Report Card
Allows school-to-school comparisons and school-to-state comparisons
mcp  service  design 
march 2015 by oripsolob
For Schools, Long Road to a Level Playing Field -
Eduardo Porter: In the American national mythology, there are few more revered ideas than the belief in education’s power to provide every child a shot at success and to overcome entrenched inequality. In developing its system of public education, the United States took care to avoid the European model of providing high-quality education only to the best, most advantaged students, while generally channeling children from a working-class background into vocational tracks at an early age.
ais  mythology  education  inequalities  service  money  class 
august 2014 by oripsolob
Poor Families Happier, If Not Wealthier, in New Neighborhoods -
Even more startling, researchers said, was the finding that families who moved into new neighborhoods that were just as racially segregated as the ones they came from, but were much less poor, reported much larger gains in feelings of well-being than those who moved to much more racially integrated neighborhoods that were nearly as impoverished.
money  education  service  chicago  sociology  happiness  inequalities 
september 2012 by oripsolob
The Poverty Tour 2.0: Virginia | Smiley & West
Features Alexandria City Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Morton Sherman
service  radio  sociology  AIS  inequalities 
september 2012 by oripsolob
How to Get Involved | The Poverty Tour
The War on Poverty is the Greatest Policy Failure in Modern America

“We are called to play the Good Samaritan on life’s roadside…but one day we must come to see that the whole Jericho road must be transformed so that men and women will not be constantly beaten and robbed. True compassion is more than flinging a coin to a beggar. It comes to see that a system that produces beggars needs to be repaved. We are called to be the Good Samaritan, but after you lift so many people out of the ditch, you start to ask, maybe the whole road to Jericho needs to be repaved.”
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
sociology  class  history  service 
september 2012 by oripsolob

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