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  • Youth Radio: Explain in a nutshell, the findings of your workforce readiness research with regards to the need for non-academic skills.

    Youth Radio -- Youth Media International: Will Measuring Creativity In Schools Help Youth Be Workforce Ready?

  • To contemporary Americans, it was almost inconceivable that a country would spend so much on their non-academic kids.

    Matthew Yglesias » Meeting Obama’s College Attainment Goals

  • Personally (and not letting my total ignorance of the matter be the slightest impediment to expressing a strong opinion), I think something like your original idea, as I understood it, combined perhaps with a slightly more developed personal dimension, to give it a grounding or continuity as well as the all-important non-academic feel, has the makings of the book you seek.

    As For Reading…? « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Law school is tough on everyone but more so on mature students who often have non-academic obligations such as family, work, and debt.

    Advice for Incoming Mature Law Students : Law is Cool

  • The reviews, written in non-academic language, are intended to help policy makers, reporters, and others assess the merits of the reviewed reports.

    Kevin Welner: Mold, Cancer, Viruses and... Walmart?

  • The policy also calls on economists to apply the same principles in press interviews, government testimony and other non-academic work.

    Economists Set Rules on Ethics

  • His detachment and gray calm were excused by her mother as acceptable traits for a man with his distinctions—a history professor at Baylor University whose tenure, for the most part, was based on the non-academic applications of his research by the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

    ATF

  • This makes it uniquely potent as a tool for changing the minds of the educated public on trade, and an excellent "bridge" between the educated non-academic understanding and more academic knowledge of the subject.

    Ian Fletcher: How to Think Our Way Out of Our Trade Crisis

  • Since the book was written for non-academic readers, no attributions were used or footnoted in the final edited copy.

    Page 3

  • After a Library of Congress, this is a largest non-academic living room in a United States.

    Archive 2009-11-01

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