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In an effort to bolster and expand dialogue regarding education and its importance in the lives of all Americans we created Living Education eMagazine. The goal of Living Education eMagazine is to introduce readers to ways education impacts their everyday lives. Through exploration and examination of all educational issues germane to parents, students, educators, institutions of education, community and political leaders Living Education eMagazine and its staff aspire to confirm the social and economic benefits of an educated society.
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Parental engagement makes a significant difference to the educational outcomes of children and young people; parents have a key role in raising educational standards. The more involved and engaged parents are in the education of their children the more likely their children are to…Continue
Living Education eFocus News interviewed Spencer Levine Vice President, Programs, of Hospice Foundation of America. In this three part series, Mr. Levine outlines the mission of the Hospice Foundation of America, what is Hospice Care and the professional credentials and regulations associated with providing end of life care.
Spencer Levine is Vice President, Programs, of Hospice Foundation of America. He joined HFA in July 2010 as Senior Program Officer. His responsibilities include writing and producing the annual Living with Grief®professional education programs, developing public and professional education programming from concept through fulfillment, and serving as a media spokesman for HFA. In 2013, he co-produced “Hospice – Something More,” a one hour, grant-funded program shown nationally on cable television and made available on request for no charge online and on DVD. Before coming to HFA, he was the communications director at a large, regional nonprofit hospice program in the Washington DC area for nearly10 years. Prior to his involvement in the end-of-life segment of healthcare, he worked in media as a network television producer and news writer, radio news director and newspaper reporter/photographer. He has received several writing awards from his colleagues in end-of-life care and the media.