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Illinois Department of Corrections Stateville Prison inmates Overview Documentary

September 28th, 2022

Humans have evolved into amazing building organisms and every year to celebrate their achievements,Guest Posting they create a celebration to remember such exploits. 90 years after the Illinois’ Stateville Prison opened its doors, it definitely proved that it can be a practically unsafe zone and is not a background which any men should envisage to be exposed.

Although the Illinois’ Stateville Prison is also officially referred to as the Stateville Correctional Center, there’s a large amount of events that can route to a detention inside this department of corrections superstructure of 8.9 km2, of which 260,000 m2 are circled by a 10 m concrete perimeter with 10 wall towers.
For illumination, if your lamblike-self indulge a cup of Fruit Beer or Peruvian wine exceeding the okayed restraint and incline to become the crash dummy of a Subaru, you might experience what is like to become an inmate inside Illinois’ Stateville Prison. Although the prison is 1 of the 50 dept of corrections controlled by the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC), there’s still so many of tax payers who delay the presumption of ever rapidly ending inside Illinois’ Stateville Prison. But stats have shown that such an inordinately eventuality could come pass any Illinoisan at any breath. One split second everything appear yes indeed and the other breath you can find yourself wearing an orange suit within 16830 IL RT53 Crest Hill, IL 60403 (Illinois’ Stateville Prison).

Teaching, Education, and School Overhauls Going On in Many States

April 20th, 2022

One of the most important things in a society or civilization is training and teaching the next generation of up and comings to do the required jobs, and run the system. If not, the city-state, state, province, or country will begin to decline and decay. Indeed, right now there are some serious challenges as many state budgets are being cut to the bone. Obviously, one of the biggest costs is education, and therefore it cannot go unscathed during budget cuts. There are many states that are in financial hot water.

Consider if you will states like New Jersey, California, Florida, Illinois, New York, just to name a few. These states have watched their tax revenues cut, and although they are back on the incline, they are in severe debt. They have no chance but to cut costs, meanwhile they’ve already promised pensions and have legacy obligations to past state employees, including the teachers. Trust me when I tell you this, the teachers will not go down without a fight, and the teachers unions are quite strong if anyone thinks they’re going to cut their pensions, or benefits.

There was a rather comprehensive article recently in the Wall Street Journal written by Stephanie Banchero titled “Illinois Education Overhaul at Risk” published on May 10, 2011. This article discussed the major changes happening in the state of Illinois, and the passing (unanimously) of a major education bill. However, if you think this is only an Illinois problem you’re sadly mistaken. The article also explains the major education bills signed into law in Ohio, Indiana, and Florida.

We also know that there have been major changes in the state of Wisconsin, as we watched the protests, and in the state of California they are about to also have a major education overhaul reform bill. Indeed, in Los Angeles County, the school districts are reevaluating teachers based on a new mathematical equation and metric. It looks as if the concepts brought to the Washington DC school district by Michelle Rhea are being adopted elsewhere.

In other words, tenure will not be enough, every teacher must perform, or they will be cut. This is because parents and voters are upset that many of the good teachers have been laid off, because they didn’t have tenure. And that’s the way the cookie crumbles, or least it has been in the past, no longer say many legislators, voters, and parents in many states. Should we be surprised? No, not really eventually everything has to come back into normal, and the runaway costs, and the outrageous administration expenses got out of control.

Nevertheless, we must always remember that our civilization is only as strong as our schools and education system was 20 years the prior. Indeed I hope you will please consider all this and think on it. If you have any comments, concerns, and/or questions I ask you to shoot me an e-mail.