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Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, pledged to drain the swamp of dirty politics in Congress when she took office a few years ago.  She said that she wanted to preside over the most ethical Congress in history.

Since she took office, the Office of Congressional Ethics has been very serious about fulfilling her mission and  their responsibilities.

We know that events are competing with your packed fall schedules. Even so, this event is about that other most important competition that often controls your schedule: your children's athletic participation.

On Thursday, October 22, 2009 from 7-9PM at the University of Michigan Golf Clubhouse, is  very excited to present:

                       A panel of local experts, representing different sport traditions and decades of experience

Founder Jeanine DeLay and Web Director Barton Bund featured in Concentrate Ann Arbor, a new online news source. Click here and read all about it.

When and time: Thursday, November 6, 2008 at 7:30PM

Where: Greenhills School Performing Arts Center

Who says that all young people are moving to Chicago? has made a successfully wooed Katharyn Hanson, the Co-curator of the exhibit, 'Stealing Culture: The Looting of Iraq's Past,' now being shown at the University of Chicago's Oriental Institute to Ann Arbor for a conversation and discussion of her work on the exhibit.

Privacy and confidentiality questions.

Pressures to 'Teach to the Test' rather than to 'Teach the Child.'

And fairness dilemmas everywhere you turn.

The teacher's ethical life is a rich one.

And as education is one of the issues voters are interested is starting with who counts most after the kids...and that is our teachers.

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