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Resource Map of Expenditures for Tennessee Children ... - TN.gov

Resource Map of Expenditures for Tennessee Children As required by TCA 3703-116, on April 15, 2010, the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth transmitted the first Resource Mapping Report to the General Assembly. We have continued to review and discuss the resource mapping information with a variety of stakeholders across Tennessee. There has been great interest in this report and the information it reveals. As a result of the diligence and persistence of Melissa Staley, TCCY resource mapping director, in January 2011, we discovered there was a major omission from the report. The Department of Education was extremely diligent in reporting its expenditures for the many programs and services it provides to Tennessee schools and Tennessee children. In fact, it provided the highest level of detail in reporting expenditures of any department. However, in the focus on programs and services, submission of the most substantial part of DOE expenditures, and indeed the most substantial overall expenditure Tennessee makes for children, funds for the Basic Education Program (BEP), were not submitted. BEP funds in FY 2007 and FY 2008 were more than $3 billion each year. Upon discovering this omission, the Department of Education immediately submitted the BEP expenditure data, and TCCY staff revised the 2010 Report to include the information. The inclusion of BEP dollars results in changes in many of the charts and graphs that are now included in this report. To the best of our knowledge, the Resource Mapping 2010 Report Revised now includes all state and federal expenditures for children in the Tennessee state budget. Collection of such a massive amount of data continues to be a very challenging process. We are grateful for the collaborative support from staff in the 25 state agencies that submit data for these reports. Data submission for the 2011 report is well underway. We look forward to providing a report in April 2011 that includes expenditures for FY 2009 and FY2010. We continue to stand ready to answer questions and appreciate feedback regarding ways we can improve this report. In accordance with 2008 Public Chapter 1197, codified as TCA 37-3-116 which is included in this report as Appendix A, attached please find the Resource Mapping 2010 Report of federal and state funding for services for Tennessee children. This report includes data for FYs 2007 and 2008. We had hoped to have three years of data by this time, but the delays in closing the state’s FY 2009 have delayed collection of data for that year. As was anticipated, collecting data from state departments/agencies is quite a challenge, for both the departments/agencies and the Commission. The level and spirit of collaboration and assistance in this process has been gratifying, but the last agency did not submit data to the Commission until March 17, 2010. Final additional data corrections were received on April 7. In the first two years of data submission, more detail was provided by some departments/agencies than others, and the Commission has vastly more data than reflected in this report. Your review and feedback on this inaugural report will guide decisions regarding whether we need more or less detail for future reports. It will also determine how much and the kind of information you would find useful in annual reports. We very much appreciate the assistance of the many staff across state government who made the collection of data for the Resource Mapping 2010 Report possible. A list of participants is included in the Report as Appendix B. The following TCCY staff made incredible contributions to producing this Resource Mapping 2010 Report: Narendra Amin, Sumita Banerjee, Pam Brown, Fay Delk, Emel Eff, Dustin Keller, Faye Mangrum, Steve Petty, and Melissa Staley...

Arbeitslose und gemeldete, offene Arbeitsstellen* 2000 - 2012

Arbeitslose und gemeldete, offene Arbeitsstellen* 2000 - 2012 6.000.000 offene Stellen Arbeitslose Verhältnis Arbeitslose : offene Stellen * Angebot an gemeldeten, ungeförderten Stellen am ersten Arbeitsmarkt (inklusive geringfügige Beschäftigungsverhältnissse, Praktikanten) Quelle: Statistik der Bundesagentur für Arbeit (2013): Arbeitsmarkt in Zahlen, Gemeldete Arbeitsstellen, Nürnberg (Stand: Dezember 2012) Kommentierung und methodische Hinweise > S.2 Arbeitslose und gemeldete, offene Arbeitsstellen 2000 - 2012 Im Jahresdurchschnitt 2012 waren rund 2,9 Mio. Personen als arbeitslos registriert. Nach dem vorläufigen Höchststand von 2005 mit rund 4,9 Mio. Arbeitslosen ging die Zahl der Arbeitslosen bis 2008 stetig zurück, stieg lediglich im Jahresdurchschnitt 2009 krisenbedingt an und erreichte dann in 2012 den niedrigsten Wert im Betrachtungszeitraum. Während in den Vorjahren angesichts der günstigen konjunkturellen Entwicklung auch die „nicht realisierte Arbeitsnachfrage“, hier als jahresdurchschnittliche Zahl der Arbeitsagentur gemeldeten offenen Arbeitsstellen (ohne geförderter Stellen) dargestellt, in den Jahren 2006 bis 2008 über den Werten der Vorjahre lag, war die Zahl der offenen Arbeitsstellen in 2009 mit rund 300.000 offenen Arbeitsstellen rückläufig und stieg ab 2010 erneut an. Im Verhältnis von Arbeitslosenzahlen und gemeldeten offenen Arbeitsstellen zeigt sich entsprechend seit 2010 eine Verbesserung der Arbeitsmarkt- bzw. Beschäftigungschancen von Arbeitslosen. Während 2009 auf eine gemeldete offene Arbeitsstelle rein rechnerisch 11,4 Arbeitslose kamen, hat sich das Angebot zum Jahr 2012 insofern verbessert, als dass für eine offene Arbeitsstelle hypothetisch 6,1 Arbeitslose zur Verfügung standen. Das Verhältnis von Arbeitslosen zu offenen Stellen war damit in 2012 das günstigste im gesamten Betrachtungszeitraum seit der Jahrtausendwende. Methodische Hinweise „Gemeldete Arbeitsstellen“ sind Beschäftigungsverhältnisse mit einer vorgesehenen Beschäftigungsdauer von mehr als sieben Kalendertagen, die von Arbeitgebern den Arbeitsagenturen und Trägern der Grundsicherung zur Vermittlung gemeldet wurden. Die Arbeitsstellen umfassen nur ungeförderte Stellenangebote am sog. 1. Arbeitsmarkt und setzen sich aus drei Untergruppen zusammen: Sozialversicherungspflichtige Beschäftigungsverhältnisse, geringfügige Beschäftigungsverhältnisse und sonstige Beschäftigungsverhältnisse (z.B. Praktikantenstellen). „Gemeldete Stellen“ umfassen neben gemeldeten Arbeitsstellen auch geförderte Beschäftigungsverhältnisse am 2. Arbeitsmarkt und Saisonstellen. Die Berichterstattung der Bundesagentur für Arbeit nach dieser Definition erfolgte bis Dezember 1999...

2Highlights 2011 Ingle s_MaquetaciÛn 1 - Tourism Trends and ...

UNWTO Tourism Highlights 2011 Edition International tourism – key to development, prosperity and well-being Over time, an ever increasing number of destinations have opened up and invested in tourism development, turning modern tourism into a key driver of socio-economic progress through the creation of jobs and enterprises, infrastructure development and the export revenues earned. As an internationally traded service, inbound tourism has become one of the world’s major trade categories. The overall export income generated by inbound tourism, including passenger transport, exceeded US$ 1 trillion in 2010, or close to US$ 3 billion a day. Tourism exports account for as much as 30% of the world’s exports of commercial services and 6% of overall exports of goods and services. Globally, as an export category, tourism ranks fourth after fuels, chemicals and automotive products. For many developing countries it is one of the main sources of foreign exchange income and the number one export category, creating much needed employment and opportunities for development. The most comprehensive way to measure the economic importance of both inbound and domestic tourism in national economies is through the 2008 Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) Recommended Methodological Framework, approved by the UN Statistics Commission. Though many countries have taken steps towards the implementation of a TSA, relatively few have full, comparable results available. The knowledge and experience gained through the TSA exercise has certainly contributed to a much better understanding of the role of tourism in economies worldwide and allows for a tentative approximation of key indicators. Based on the currently still fragmented information from countries with data available, tourism’s contribution to worldwide gross domestic product (GDP) is estimated at some 5%. Tourism’s contribution to employment tends to be slightly higher and is estimated in the order of 6-7% of the overall number of jobs worldwide (direct and indirect)...

CYPRUS SUSTAINABLE TOURISM TOURISM POLICY ... - UNEP

CYPRUS SUSTAINABLE TOURISM TOURISM POLICY (Main responsibility: Cyprus Tourism Organisation) One of the 4 principal aims of the Strategic Plan for “Tourism 2010 ”, approved in 2004, is the achievement of sustainable development of the tourist sector in Cyprus which should also enhance the natural, cultural and social environment. The Plan is currently under full implementation, whereas action plans are being prepare d for the development of cultural tourism, religious tourism, special interests tourism - including nature tourism , etc. The formulation of the Plan followed a process of extensive consultations with all stakeholders and organised groups in tourism as well as Government Departments, Local Authorities and the public- at - large to ensure consensus and ownership of the strategic goals. Following approval, a monitoring mechanism was also established with progress reports prepared on a regular basis and submitted to the Council of Ministers. Quality and environmental systems/mechanisms are being encouraged, with incentives for the adoption of quality and environmental standards in tourist establishments (ISO 9001, 14001, HACCP, Green Globe , Eco-label, EMAS). An incentive s scheme for small and medium enterprises for the encouragement of investment in agrotourism provides grants for, intera alia: the restoration of traditional houses and their conversion into accommodation units; traditional restaurants; workshops for handicrafts; theme routes; theme museums; information centres; etc. A strong emphasis on the preservation of the environment and the quality of the landscape in tourism development is characterizing the Town and Country Planning legislation, so that both the natural environment is protected and further enhanced and the man -made environment is aesthetically upgraded, particularly in the tourist areas. Local physical plans , area development schemes and the rural development policy are currently the instruments in force. Areas of aesthetic and landscape value have been declared as Coasts and Areas for the Protection of Nature and Protected Landscapes, with very prohibitive provisions as far as development control is concerned. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT (Main responsibility: Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Environment) Since 2001, Environmental impact assessment studies are prepared and appropriate terms set for all major tourism- related projects, such as hotels, golf courses and thematic parks, as a necessary precondition for their permitting. According to the provisions of the law on the assessment of the effects of certain plans and programmes on the environment, approved in 2005, such plans, including tourism and land use ones, must now be accompanied by the preparation of a strategic environmental impact study...

At A Glance - Counterman
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The Super Stores At A Glance 1. Autozone Program Group Affiliation: none Store Count: 4,404 DC Count: 9 Private/Public Ownership: NYSE AZO Wholesale vs DIY: 12% commercial/83% retail, other 5% Private Label: Duralast Store Count Changes vs. 2010: opened 213; closed three stores 2. Advance Auto Parts Program Group Affiliation: none Store Count: 3,563 DC Count: 8 Private/Public Ownership: NYSE — AAP Wholesale vs DIY: 30% commercial/70% retail Store Count Changes vs. 2010: opened 148 stores, including 38 Autopart International stores; closed five stores 3. O’Reilly Auto Parts Program Group Affiliation: Parts City Store Count: 3,570 DC Count: 23 Private/Public Ownership: Nasdaq: ORLY Wholesale vs DIY: 5. Genuine Parts Co. 9. BWP Distributors Inc. Program Group Affiliation: NAPA Store Count: 1,000* DC Count: 58* Private/Public Ownership: NYSE - Program Group Affiliation: CARQUEST Wholesale vs DIY: Store Count: 125 DC Count: 5 Private/Public Ownership: private...

BAB 1 - USU Institutional Repository - Universitas Sumatera Utara

KEPUSTAKAAN Abdulrahman AS, Kholeif LA, Yasser ME, Eldesouky A, 2004. Bacteriology of Tonsil Surface and Core in Children with Chronic Tonsilitis and Incedence of Bacterimia During Tonsillectomy. Egypt Medical Journal, Vol.13.No.2. Abouzied A, Massoud E, 2010. Sex Differences in Tonsillitis. Dalhausie Medical Journal., 35(1), p.8-10. Akcay A, 2006. Variation in Tonsil Size in 4-to17-Year Old Schoolchildren. The Journal of Otolaryngology, Volume 35, Number 4, p: 270-4. Adam GL, 1997. Disease of The Nasopharynx and Oropharynx, in: Boeis Fundamentals of Otolaryngology. Sixth Edition. W.B. Saunders Company. Philadelphia, p. 332-65. Alcantara et al, 2007. Adenotonsillectomy Impact on Children’s Quality of Life. International otorhinolaringology Journal, 12, p.172-11. Amaruddin T, Christanto A, 2007. Kajian Manfaat Tonsilektomi. Cermin Dunia Kedokteran, No.155, hal.61-8. Aritomoyo D, 1980. insiden Tonsilitis Akut dan Kronik Pada Klinik THT RSUP Dr. Kariadi Semarang. Kumpulan Naskah Ilmiah KONAS VI PERHATI, Medan; hal. 249-55. Awan Z, Hussain A, Bashir H, 2009. Statistical Analysis of Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) Diseases in Paediatric Population at PIMS, Islamabad: 10 Years Experience. Journal Medical Scient. Vol.17, No.2. p. 92-4. Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Departemen Kesehatan, 2001. Survey Kesehatan Nasional 2001. Jakarta. hal 1-75. Brodsky L, Poje C, 2006. Tonsilitis, Tonsillectomy, and Adenoidectomy. In: Bailey JB, Johnson JT editors, Head and Neck Surgery Otolaryngology, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelpia, p.1183-98. Burton MJ, Towler B, Glasziou P, 2004. Tonsillectomy Versus Non-surgical Treatment for Chronic/Recurrent Acute Tonsilitis (Cochrane Review). The Cochrane Library, Chichester, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Issue 3. Chan KH, Ramakrishnan VR, 2009. Disease of the Oral Cavity, Oropharynx and Nasopharynx. In: Ballenger WL, Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery ed. BC Decker Inc, Philadelphia, p.775-82. Cody D, 1993. Penyakit Hidung, Telinga, dan Tenggorok. Petrus adrianto, editor. Jakarta ; EGC, hal 37-9...

First solar direct-drive refrigerator receives WHO prequalification - Path

First solar direct-drive refrigerator receives WHO prequalification, SolarChill Project, and Steve McCarney, PATH, the World Health Organization (WHO) prequalified its first solar direct-drive vaccine refrigerator (Vestfrost model MKSO44). Ten years in the making, the SolarChill vaccine cooler operates with a compressor powered directly from sunlight. Instead of storing electrical energy in a battery, the refrigerator stores thermal energy in ice, and a thermostat maintains the temperature between the required 2º to 8ºC for vaccine storage. In low-sun situations or when power is completely disrupted, the insulated “ice battery” maintains acceptable temperatures for up to five days. An intelligent fan enhances the convection circulation of the cold air and is operated by a small rechargeable battery, which is recharged by solar power. The current generation of SolarChill is prequalified for 20º to 32ºC ambient temperatures. However, in field tests the units have operated under lower and higher ambient temperatures ranges of 10º to 42ºC.The direct current compressor and “ice battery” design makes SolarChill a groundbreaking technology.The lead batteries used in most solar refrigerators are expensive, short-lived (especially in hot climates),toxic to produce, and difficult to properly dispose of in remote regions. They represent a major obstacle to the uptake of solar technology in developing countries. A recent survey of solar-powered vaccine refrigerator performance found that over 60% of equipment failures are related to battery systems (McCarney, unpublished data, 2010). It is not a question of if a battery will fail, rather when. Batteries can fail due to improper design, poor installation, over use of the refrigerator, lack of maintenance, and delay of repairs. Programs relying on batteries must plan for and fund the inevitable repair and replacement costs of batteries. First to meet the solar challenge Project Optimize is taking action to improve the success of all solar-powered vaccine refrigeration. Efforts include documenting criteria for successful solar programs, reducing the need for active refrigeration, increasing battery life, and replacing batteries with thermal energy storage. In 2008 Project Optimize leveled a challenge at industry to develop direct-drive solar vaccine refrigerators. Five proposals were received, and three were awarded support for WHO prequalification test costs including the Vestfrost SolarChill. To prequalify the technology, WHO established two new categories for refrigerators in its performance, quality, and safety (PQS) standards. Project Optimize has actively supported the development of both the WHO PQS E03 RF05.2 for battery-free solar direct-drive refrigerators or combined refrigerator/icepack freezers and the WHO PQS E03 RF06.1 for solar direct-drive refrigerators or combined refrigerator/ icepack freezers that require a small ancillary rechargeable battery for control purposes. The SolarChill (19.5 liter capacity) is the first to fit the latter category. Technology that does not heat the planet For the SolarChill partnership, which was launched in 2001, gaining WHO prequalification marks a significant milestone in the effort to produce an environmentally friendly, battery-free, affordable solar refrigerator. Prior to the establishment of the new PQS categories, all prequalified WHO refrigerators using compressors included hydro-fluorocarbons (HFCs) as refrigerants...

Harry Potter and the Holocaust - Center for Jewish Studies

Course Name: Harry Potter and the Holocaust: Collective Memory and Alternative Ways of Talking about Racism and Genocide What is collective memory? And what is the difference between symbol, image, and icon? How do inadvertent visual descriptions compare to direct statements when it comes to speaking to children, adolescents, and even adults about the holocaust? The course will compare the treatment of the holocaust, racism and genocide in books such as Night, The Diary of Anne-Frank and Maus: A Survivor's Tale with a more general discussion of violence and racism in books such as The Wave, Animal Farm, and Lord of the Flies (as well as Shirley Jackson's short story, "The Lottery.") The main texts for this course will be two books out of the Harry Potter series (The Goblet of Fire and The Deathly Hallows), a series which has been intended for children, and which makes almost no mention of historical events and identity while speaking of purity of blood, racial violence and (eventually) state-run racial persecution. Grades Most of the articles and primary texts for this course will be posted on the course website. Please Note: The readings from most primary texts will be reduced to short excerpts in order to comply with fair usage, and to maintain a reasonable reading requirement. Students are expected to purchase and read the following two books: Rowling, J. K. (2010). Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire [Paperback]. London: Bloomsbury. ——. (2011). Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows [Paperback]. London: Bloomsbury. Course Assignments Participation and Attendance – Class discussion will more often consist of active discussion and various activities than class lecture. Students are therefore expected to come to class prepared and ready to participate. Attendance will be monitored, and each three unexcused absences will count for half a grade off the final grade in the course (e.g. from A to A-). Nine unexcused absences will result in a failing course grade. Students who need to miss a class for a legitimate reason should send an email message to the instructor ahead of time. Weekly assignments – Students will be asked to prepare weekly assignments, often creative and in groups. These assignments will address reading and/or class discussions. Written Assignment – There will be a few (three of four) short individual written assignments. In these assignments students will usually be asked to respond to a short text or an article we will later discuss in class. Midterm and Final Paper – Each student will choose, in consultation with the instructor, a paper topic that addresses some of the topics and texts that are discussed in class. The midterm paper will be submitted and returned with a midterm grade and some feedback – and then revised and resubmitted at the end of the course (hopefully) for a higher grade. Each of the two grades (for the midterm and final paper) represents 30% of the final grade in the course...

Experimental Lift Kit Test Program - Metalnerd

This form is ©2010 Charles Meglio LLC and is not to be used for any purpose other than that described herein. Metalnerd® is a registered trademark of Charles Meglio, LLC Lift Kit Gamma Test Program Waiver/Agreement 8/19/10 Introduction: Charles Meglio LLC, the manufacturer of Metalnerd® Brand aftermarket automotive tools and components, has developed a lift kit for MK-IV chassis ONLY; Golf from mid 1999 to 2006 (not Rabbit), Jetta from mid 1999-mid 2005, New Beetle® from model year 1998 to 2009. The purpose of a lift kit is to increase the body height of the vehicle and minimize the risk of oil pan/engine damage from road hazards. Numerous reports of oil pan damage have been associated with the stock chassis when driven over frost heaves and other pavement defects. The lift kits are not compatible with vehicles with Electronic Stability Program (ESP) systems. Charles Meglio LLC, the manufacturer of these specialty components, is not affiliated with or endorsed by Volkswagen® of America, Volkswagen® AG. Golf®, Jetta®, Passat®, New Beetle®, and VW® are registered trademarks of Volkswagen® of America or Volkswagen® AG. In all cases, the use of these words is for descriptive purposes only. Nondisclosure: The shape and function of the lift kit components are proprietary to Charles Meglio LLC and its affiliates. Under no circumstances, shall this intellectual property be photographed, posted on the internet or otherwise published or disclosed to others. No participants of the Gamma test program may copy, modify, replicate or manufacture the components of the lift kit. All negative performance feedback is confidential and is to be shared only with the Installer and Charles Meglio LLC [(412) 601-4271 or charlesmeglio@comcast.net] Test Program: Charles Meglio LLC has manufactured a number of lift kits for Gamma test purposes. These kit components are offered to participating Vehicle Owners before mass manufacture, in exchange for alignment and performance data. Charles Meglio LLC, reserves the right to recall the kit components in the event of quality or performance problems. The Vehicle Owner must comply with the recall and return the components to Charles Meglio LLC within 30 calendar days of written or verbal notification. The Vehicle Owner shall bear all costs of uninstallation in the event of a recall. The Vehicle Owner must maintain contact with Charles Meglio LLC and the Installer by keeping phone number and address information current via direct notification of changes. Phone (412) 601-4271 and fax (724) 850-9116. Considerations for the Vehicle Owner: The use of the lift kit components may void your vehicle warranty. The lift kits are not compatible with vehicles with Electronic Stability Program (ESP) systems. The use of the lift kit will raise the center of gravity of the vehicle and therefore may affect handling. Failure of the lift kit components or the associated factory components may result in vehicle instability and/or control problems with the vehicle. Charles Meglio LLC does not warrant the lift kit components for performance, safety or fitness for use. The Vehicle Owner assumes all risk associated with the use of this product. The lift kit raises the body above the hub/axle plane. The lift kit does not raise the hub/axle plane itself. The lift kit does not increase the rear axle-beam-to-ground clearance appreciably; the body is raised above the axle beam. Installation/Warranty Considerations: On 2” lift kit versions, the rear shock extension requires the drilling of one hole for an M8 bolt (11/32” diameter or 8.5 mm) for each rear shock (2 holes total). The 1” kit does not require rear shock extension. The lift kit will contain basic kit component installation instructions. Technicians familiar with VW® suspensions should have no trouble utilizing the instructions provided. The kit will not come with all the necessary special tools (Spring compressor, strut clamp spreader) for kit installation...

Inside the iPhone Patent Portfolio - Thomson Reuters

iPhone is a registered trademark of Apple. All Rights Reserved. INSIDE THE iPHONE PATENT PORTFOLIO AMONG APPLE’S 1,298 mobile patents, some individual technologies stand out as key indicators of what the future of smarTphone designs may hold. Imagine never having to scan an airport or hotel lounge for an outlet to recharge your smartphone again. Apple® already has, and they’ve filed the patent for the technology that may make it possible. Since introducing the iPhone in 2007, Apple has sold over 250 million units1 to become the leading smartphone manufacturer in the world. Along the way, the company has also filed nearly 1,300 patents and has entered into 479 lawsuits to protect the intellectual property (IP) behind the technology. With the highly-anticipated fifth generation of the iPhone slated to be introduced in the fall of 2012 and the closely-watched patent wars between Apple and its smartphone rivals making headlines daily, what can the iPhone patent portfolio tell us about the future of Apple’s crown jewel? To find out, the IP Solutions business of Thomson Reuters tracked patent activity across the Apple portfolio from January 2000 to August 2012. The analysis spotlights the hotspots of iPhone R&D and calls out some breakthrough new technologies – such as iPhone fuel cell technology – that will set the bar for future smartphone innovation. It also charts the frequency of iPhone-related patent litigation from January 2008 through August 2012, suggesting that Apple is becoming much more aggressive in the enforcement of its inventions, having already filed nearly as many patent suits in the first half of 2012 as it did in all of 2010 and 2011 combined. Among Apple’s 1,298 mobile-related patents, some individual technologies stand out as key indicators of what the future of smartphone design may hold...

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