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Read about current happenings in the world of public service from from deans, department chairs, and faculty. Our blog aims to encourage thought and discussion on the latest trends and stories that are relevant within public service. We invite all those interested in fire science, criminal justice, education, government, non-profit, helping and social service professions to engage in our postings and express their opinions as well.
Kaplan University's Autism Speaks U club will “Light It Up Blue” by
supporting Autism Awareness Day by raising awareness with a variety of
activities and fundraisers.
Is the path on which you are traveling towards
completing your degree that of an adult nontraditional student? That was my pathway after high school
The U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling on June 26th in Obergefell v. Hodges declared that same-sex couples have the constitutional right to marry in all fifty states.
There is a lot of controversy concerning the Common Core but one group seems to be embracing the Core and have advocated for implementation of a common set of standards—the US military.
field of human services centers on making a difference in the lives of people who
are unable who help themselves.
Christopher Reece is a special education teacher working with kindergarten students.
Sharon Kolp is a teacher at Forest Glen Middle School in Coral Springs, Fla. She holds an undergraduate degree in exceptional childhood education and a master’s degree in education and instructional design.
Gaetano Perilli is an exceptional student education (ESE) specialist at Bonita Springs Preparatory and Fitness Academy in Naples, Fla.
Dr. Phyllis Schiffer-Simon is a professor at Kaplan University’s School of Education.
John Lustig is an adjunct professor at Kaplan University’s School of Education. He holds a doctorate in educational leadership.
Whether devoted to keeping our cities safe and defending our country, public safety professionals across many fields are essential to the survival and wellbeing of our country, and our world.
Public service professionals across the board are constantly evolving with the diverse and ever-changing needs of our communities today.
Public service professionals across the board are constantly evolving with the diverse needs of our communities today.
The explorer, botanist, biologist,
conservationist, dedicated advocate, author, and lecturer has had some extraordinary accomplishments throughout her four
Legal studies faculty member Annemarie Kelly recently published an article on Healthcare Payer News titled “Risky Business: Why the ‘Business of Insurance’ Exception Needs to Change.”
In healthcare, “rationing” has become a “dirty” and politically charged word. Yet, rationing of everything, including healthcare has always been with us.
Dr. Karla Drenner is a professor at Kaplan University and teaches undergraduate and graduate public administration courses.
When I was 14, I had a teacher who changed my entire life. Dr. Hudson’s AP English class had a reputation for being one of the hardest courses in my high school. “No problem,” I thought to myself.
This year marks what would have been Dr. King’s 85th birthday. The King Center is calling for everyone, worldwide, to abstain from violence on January 20.
One of the reasons I entered the field of human services and social work is because I believe in helping people. I believe that most people are happiest when they are helping others.
Who doesn’t love Big Bird, Elmo, or Cookie Monster? Sesame Street has successfully presented learning to children through television and then computers since 1969.
Opportunities and challenges in nursing are boundless and rapidly changing. One of the oldest nursing specialties, public health nursing, offers unique challenges and opportunities.
Public health is by far the most important industry to human civilization and to the world as a whole. This may seem like an “over-the-top” statement. However, if you finish reading this blog post, I will attempt to argue this point.
Often, we don’t think about heroism until we see it in action when disaster strikes and ordinary people exhibit extraordinary courage and compassion to help victims in their time of need.
Each year at this time we recognize our public servants and their contributions to our communities. I applaud and appreciate the contributions that these public servants make.
April is Autism month with April 2 being designated as World Autism Awareness Day hosting a “Light It Up Blue Day” across the globe. Clearly this is an issue that impacts people and families everywhere.
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