Archive: Jun 2014
A child doesn’t choose to come into this world, it is the grown ups decision to bring a child into the world. It is every parent’s responsibility to ensure their children’s needs are met accordingly. Having their basic biological needs met as Abraham Maslow indicated a while back is important to be present on […]read more
Back when I was in middle school a long time ago, I started to hear the name Domingo talked about amongst my friends. It seemed like the topic of everyday conversation revolved around this person. A few weeks went by, then a few months… and my curiosity grew more and more as to who this […]read more
The average turnover level is approximately 25% for management staff and around 50% for other types of jobs. According to employers, turnover from employees resigning to join another employer located in Monroe County is most often due to the competitor offering a better salary and benefits. Check out this chart showing the turnover within […]read more
High School Dropout Rates in Florida, increase or decrease? How does Monroe county stack up against the rest?
Florida’s dropout rate is 4.6%, with another 19.8% not calculated as graduates under the federal regulated calculation because they retained or earned a certificate of completion, special diploma or GED-based diploma. The figure below illustrates the proportions of students in the 2012-2013 cohort who graduated, dropped out and did not graduate. Florida’s single-year dropout rate […]read more