The latest data from the U.S. Census's American Community Survey paints a fascinating picture of the United States at the county level. We've looked the educational achievement and the median income of the entire nation, to see where people are going to school, where they're earning money, and if there is any correlation.
by Brad Penney NASCSP General Counsel Brad Penney was invited to participate at the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) held at the Navy Pier in Chicago, Illinois from October 11th through 14th. The Conference was sponsored by the Association of Energy Engineers and attended by more than 900 people. Moderating a panel discussion on energy policy, which included representatives from majorREAD MORE
by Dominique Turrentine The 2011 NASCSP Annual Training Conference was held September 20-23, at the Seattle Sheraton in Seattle, Washington. CSBG and WAP directors from all over the country came together to expand their insights into their respective programs and to strengthen their understanding of our overall purpose- responding to poverty at the National, State, and local level. TheREAD MORE
By Becky Gould | Printed Originally by the Lincoln Journal Star Becky Gould is the Executive Director of Nebraska Appleseed, and writes on behalf of the Nebraska Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers, Voices for Children Nebraska, and NAMI Nebraska - all co-sponsors of the Step Up for Kids rally. People from across Nebraska will come together Tuesday to join the "Step Up forREAD MORE
By Rebecca Stewart The Northeast-Midwest coalition, in conjunction with the National Association for State Community Services Programs (NASCSP) and the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO), hosted a briefing on the importance of the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) and the State Energy Program (SEP) on Tuesday, October 17th in the Capitol Visitor’s Center inREAD MORE