So How Do Nonprofit Organization Benefit Our Society?

So How Do Nonprofit Organization Benefit Our Society?

Nonprofit organizations provide programs and services to the community. When there is a need in the community these organizations are formed to fill in the cracks. By definition, a nonprofit organization is formed for the purpose of serving a public or mutual benefit other than the pursuit of accumulation of…

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The Connection Between Autism and STEM Fields

The Connection Between Autism and STEM Fields

A study published in the journal of autism and developmental disorders found that students with autism choose majors in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) at a higher rate than students in the general population. Yet student with autism enroll into college at lower rates. People with an autism spectrum…

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Making Magic Happen

Making Magic Happen

As a parent, Christmas time is one of the most stressful times of the year. The magic of Christmas is no longer magic for me, because I am the one that makes magic happen for others, mainly my children. And when I say magic, I don’t mean just moving the Elves on the shelf during the night, so our children can continue to believe they are really Santa’s helpers coming from the North Pole to spy on them. What I mean is doing some real magic with our finances, so we can buy the presents on our kids’ Santa list.

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The Relationship between Sports, STEM Education, Median Income & The Crime Rate

The Relationship between Sports, STEM Education, Median Income & The Crime Rate

According to the latest numbers, Florida high schools produce the highest number of division one college football players of any state*.  However, Florida ranks 41st in America in terms of funding per student in public schools*, and STEM education is the most expensive form of education and often suffers the…

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For-Profit Charter Schools – The Answer to South Florida’s Public School Education Issues?

Public School Education For-Profit Charter Schools – The Answer to South Florida’s Public School Education Issues?

Concerned parents have been looking for alternative options for their students for years. 87% of Florida’s youth is currently enrolled in some form of public school education, and households with children in private schools make 174% of the income of households with children in public schools, indicating a private education is likely out of reach for most students.

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