Certificate IV in Business Administration – Career Life College

Hello and welcome to the introduction of Certificate IV of Business… …Administration. My name’s Lisa Phillips and I’ll be one of the course convener’s for the program. The topics covered in this program look at drafting correspondent’s from scratch… …you know, developing Word documents, using Excel, making presentations, creating websites… …basically anything that would be […]

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Why does Pennsylvania have so many governments?

Pennsylvania has 67 counties, 959 boroughs, 1,546 townships and 56 cities. Historically, many of Pennsylvania’s local governments were formed with geography in mind. Bodies of water, mountains and roads often determined where a borough, township or city would be located. Pennsylvania has maintained so many municipalities and governments because often citizens said smaller, local governments […]

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“America First” as an Economic Policy (w/ Alan Tonelson)

ED HARRISON: I’m Ed Harrison here for Real Vision. I’m talking to Alan Tonelson, who is the founder of the blog, Realitycheck, and he’s also a frequent guest on CNBC. Alan, great to have you here. ALAN TONELSON: Well, thank you so much for inviting me. ED HARRISON: Now, we’re going to be talking actually […]

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Wildlife Trafficking Diplomatic Simulation: Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species

CITES is the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora. It’s purpose is to protect threatened and endangered species, and the way they got at that was through the trade in those species. It regulates the trade in any protected species that is listed on one of the appendices under […]

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Paid family leave: Time for a federal policy? Full interview with Isabel V. Sawhill | VIEWPOINT

Isabel: The public opinion polling suggests the public, whether they’re Democrats or Republicans, are all in favor by large majorities of having a paid leave policy. Aparna: Hi, I’m Aparna Mathur, and I’m a resident scholar in economic policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute. And I’m really glad to have my co-director from Brookings […]

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Why Midterm Elections Are So Important | Government Explained

Well it’s that time again. Midterms are here. But no need to freak out. Midterm elections–not exams. But with so many government officials up for re-election you may need to do some cramming. Don’t worry though, we’re here to help. You remember that we recently had a presidential election, right? They happen every four years […]

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