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Using Appreciative Inquiry to foster positive change in NEO public schools

Submitted by More Better on Tue, 11/08/2005 - 11:43.

Post thoughts and comments regarding the use of Appreciative Inquiry to improve public schools in NEO

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From "Planning Livable Communities" Blog

Submitted by jsmuscatello on Sat, 10/15/2005 - 17:11.

There is probably no need for Planners to consider this for Cleveland's downtown; however, this may be the way to help struggling neighborhoods within the city, as well as the the older, inner-ring suburbs - by encouraging pedestrian activity instead of vehicular.
I suppose the fast-food industry would put up a big fight to keep things as they have been.

ED Pro Ed Morrison's Economic Development predictions for 2005

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Mon, 01/03/2005 - 13:09.

From Ed Morrison's always insightful and expert ED Pro website are his predictions for 2005 - feel free to add yours as comments to this posting.

Predictions for 2005 Predictions are always a tricky business, but they're fun to think about. Here's what I expect to see in economic development in the coming year.

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DEAR PETER: Let's make NEO the world's aerosol art capital

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Wed, 12/29/2004 - 00:57.

There was an article posted on the Channel 3 website proclaiming "Graffiti becoming a big problem in Midtown".

Visioning on REI 11/16/04 - "The Value of International Students to Northeast Ohio"

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Thu, 11/18/2004 - 14:15.

The 11/16/04 Tuesday@REI session surfaced one of the most serious problems being confronting by America, our region, and Case today - the fact foreigners are not interested to visit, work, and study in America at levels seen in the past. This is in fact a reason for the most pressing and escalating outsourcing issues surfacing today, that American knowledge-based jobs and important innovations are being realized in foreign regions having greater talent than here - its not just about cheap labor.