For a young man, a prison sentence may last much longer than the required six months or year term of incarceration. Recidivism is always a risk and is particularly high among individuals who enter the criminal justice system as juveniles. Upon release, many young men have no job skills and no prospects for an entry-level […]
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Parents and teachers have long sought to make school interesting and engaging, rather than a chore. Science and math are particularly troublesome for many students; one survey suggests that math is the least favorite subject of almost half of students. One Dayton school is trying new types of curriculum design, academic standards, and teaching practices […]
We covered dessert first (what would our mothers say?) but we don’t want to forget that some people struggle to eat at all. The Foodbank is, as the name suggests, a food bank. It also supports more than 100 other hunger relief programs. Every year, Foodbank provides millions of pounds of food to […]
Cake, Hope and Love is the first business featured as part of our 5 Dayton Organizations Doing it the Right Way Series. “And now these three remain: cake, hope and love. But the greatest of these is cake.” Or at least that’s the general idea, according to Cake, Hope, and Love owners Shannon Teague […]