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  • Catching Up With … State Legislatures (Part 5) « NASDCTEc Blog
    Your Input to the Mobile Learning Partnership Legislative Update WIOA Becomes Law VP Releases Federal Job Training Review as Competency Based Education Gains Support Catching Up With State Legislatures Part 5 Editor s Note This is part of a series that will highlight some of this year s major state legislative activity as it relates to Career Technical Education CTE Further explanation of the series can be found here and the previous installments For a comprehensive look back at the 2013 legislative sessions check out the 2013 CTE Year in Review which was published jointly by NASDCTEc and the Association for Career and Technical Education in March Credentials Florida lawmakers added a few more provisions to the state s Career and Professional Education Act CAPE adding to the major changes from last year s session The law now requires school boards to inform parents of the projected return on investment should their child complete an industry recognized certification during high school versus completing one after graduation It also directs the state Department of Education and Workforce Florida Inc to begin collecting return on investment information for industry certified CTE programs and career themed courses as part of its broader collection of student achievement and performance data The law creates two new features as well CAPE Acceleration and CAPE Innovation which will take effect in the 2015 2016 school year and further incentivizes school districts to offer industry recognized credentials for articulated college credit In a separate bill the legislature also permitted computer science courses to count for one high school graduation requirement in math or science if the course is deemed of sufficient rigor and a related industry certification is earned Similarly a computer technology course in 3D rapid prototype printing with a related industry certification may satisfy up to two math requirements In an effort to support and integrate technology in the classroom the same legislation also provided that grades K 12 will give students the opportunity to earn digital tool certificates and grade appropriate technology related industry certifications Military experience for academic credit Washington and Utah joined a growing number of states that will now offer academic credit for veterans military experience as well as in state tuition The Connecticut General Assembly directed the state s licensing authorities to certify waive or award certain licenses examinations or credit to veterans or National Guard members who have military experience similar to the existing requirements In Washington a new law requires the state s higher education institutions to adopt policies that would award academic credit for military training applicable to the student s certificate or degree requirements Meanwhile Utah lawmakers modified a 2013 law to require that veterans receive college and career counseling before the credit is awarded According to an analysis by the Education Commission of the States seven state legislatures also passed similar laws in 2013 related to prior learning assessments for veterans Andrea Zimmermann State Policy Associate Tags credentials Florida Utah veterans washington This entry was posted

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  • Catching Up Series « NASDCTEc Blog
    Law Public Safety Corrections Security Manufacturing Marketing Science Technology Engineering Mathematics Transportation Distribution Logistics Green Sustainability Skills Statements Green Sustainability Module Career Clusters Resources Clusters User Agreement Credentials Student Interest Survey Career Cluster Logos Crosswalks Programs of Study Career Readiness Partner Council Common Core State Standards Product Store Career Clusters Products CTE Products Ordering Information and FAQ CTE in Your State Compare States Policy Legislation Perkins Act Elementary Secondary Education Act Workforce Investment Act Sequestration Congressional Contacts The Strategy CTE Learning that Works for America Campaign Resources Expert Testimonials Friends of CTE User Guides Logos Fact Sheets Presentation Resources Print Materials Campaign Videos Campaign Strategies Apply the Brand The Brand Promise Engage Key Audiences Promote the Message Plan for the Future Campaign Branding Best Practices Replace an Existing Brand Branding Your CTE Resources Communicating through Traditional Media Outlets Conference Materials Engaging Policymakers Engaging Educators Branding Websites Co Branding Campaign User Agreement Relevant Resources Issue Briefs Papers Jobs and the Economy College and Career Readiness Effective Models On Demand Webinars CTE Videos Research from the Field News Events Newsroom Press Releases NASDCTEc Meetings 2014 Spring Meeting 2014 Fall Meeting Archived NASDCTEc Meetings Achieving Excellence in CTE Career Cluster Institute Archived Career

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  • veterans « NASDCTEc Blog
    student achievement Begich proposes to make permanent the i3 competitive grants funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act The new bill has a special focus on rural areas requiring 25 percent of funding to go to grantees from rural areas Begich suggests that the bill will level the playing field by giving students the chance to benefit from innovation regardless of where they live Hiring Heroes Act of 2011 Sen Patty Murray WA and 14 co sponsoring Senators introduced S 951 the Hiring Heroes Act of 2011 to address the high unemployment rate over 27 percent among young veterans and to help them find work Senator Murray stated that For the first time this bill will require that our service members get the training they need to translate the skills they learned in the military into the working world The bill would require broad job skills training and a transition assistance program requirement for returning service members The bill would also create new direct federal hiring authority to provide jobs for returning service members when they leave the military and veteran mentorship programs would be improved By Kara in Public Policy Tags advocacy appropriations budget funding innovation grants Job training veterans Legislative Update Veterans Training Bill Appropriations America COMPETES Wednesday December 22nd 2010 Veterans Training Bill Passed Expands Eligibility to Area CTE Centers Late last week the House passed the Post 9 11 Veterans Educational Assistance Improvements Act of 2010 by a vote of 409 3 after it was cleared by unanimous consent in the Senate earlier in the week The bill now goes to President Obama for his signature This bill will allow veterans to use their benefits at educational institutions that do not award associate or higher degrees such as area career technical schools career schools and apprenticeship programs This would be a change from the current Post 9 11 GI Bill which does not allow participants to use funds at a non degree granting institution The new eligibility provisions will go into effect on October 1 2011 This is a tremendous victory for CTE and a recognition of the high quality programs that our area CTE centers offer Congress Passes Short Term Continuing Resolution The House on Tuesday passed a continuing resolution CR by a vote of 193 to 165 that would fund the government and all federal programs at FY10 levels through March 4 The Senate approved the bill earlier on Tuesday by a vote of 79 16 With the shift in power in the House and the weakened Democratic hold over the Senate there is sure to be a more partisan fight over spending as expiration of the CR draws near in March Soon to be Speaker of the House John Boehner Ohio has already said that he wants to roll back federal spending to 2008 levels America COMPETES Act Passed by Congress The House this week passed the America COMPETES Act by a vote of 228 to 130 after it was approved by unanimous consent in the Senate last week The bill now heads to President Obama for his signature The goal of the bill is to improve the competitiveness of the United States by investing in innovation through research and development There are a variety of provisions in the bill that will impact STEM education such as the coordination of federal STEM education efforts grants to increase the number of STEM teachers and other improvements in STEM education Because Congress wanted to pass this bill before the current session of Congress ends the House had little choice but to accept the Senate version of the bill which scales back funding from the original House bill and reauthorizes the bill for three years instead of five By Nancy in Legislation Tags appropriations area CTE schools budget Congress federal legislation funding future global competition Job training postsecondary president Secondary STEM veterans Legislative Update Education Jobs Veteran s Training Bill For Profit Recruitment STEM Education Bill Friday August 6th 2010 Education Jobs Clears the Senate The Senate voted yesterday to pass the Murray Harkin amendment which includes 10 billion for education jobs and 16 1 billion for federal Medicaid payments The amendment passed 61 39 with Senators Collins and Snowe the only Republicans to join all Democrats in voting for it The House is scheduled to convene at 10 a m on Tuesday for a vote on the bill Veteran Employment Assistance Act The Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs approved S 3234 Veteran Employment Assistance Act of 2010 which would improve employment training and placement services furnished to veterans especially those serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom The bill will now be reported to the full Senate for consideration Senate HELP Hearing on For Profit Schools On Wednesday the Senate Committee on Health Education Labor and Pensions held a hearing on For Profit Schools The Student Recruitment Experience The Committee heard from Gregory Kutz of GAO who recently conducted an investigation into the recruitment process at proprietary schools and found that the abuses are systemic and that oversight is lax Joshua Pruyn a former admissions representative at Westwood College also testified about enrollment quotas imposed on reps awards given for enrolling students and the psychological games they were encouraged to play with prospective students 21st Century STEM for Girls and Underrepresented Minorities Act Rep Lynn Woolsey CA introduced H R 6078 the 21st Century STEM for Girls and Underrepresented Minorities Act This bill would amend ESEA to provide grants to LEAs to encourage girls and underrepresented minorities to pursue studies and careers in STEM By Nancy in Legislation Tags Congress federal legislation funding Job training NCLB ESEA STEM veterans Legislative Update SECTORS Act DIPLOMA Act Veterans Training Bill Friday July 23rd 2010 SECTORS Act Passes House with Bipartisan Support Earlier this week House of Representatives passed H R 1855 the Strengthening Employment Clusters to Organize Regional Success SECTORS Act on a unanimous voice vote The bill is sponsored by Representatives Loebsack IA

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  • CTE in the News: Companies join forces with schools to provide hands-on training « NASDCTEc Blog
    Cluster Institutes Webinars Archived Webinars Newsletters Members Membership Directory Members Only Webinars Member Only On Demand Webinars Member CCTC Resources Organizational Resources Board of Directors Finance Committee 2012 National Career Clusters Institute Resources Available Friends of CTE Blog Series Competitive Advantage Comes from CTE CTE in the News Companies join forces with schools to provide hands on training A high school engineering robotics club has turned into a model program for implementing career academies in Science Technology Engineering and Math STEM across Tampa Bay Florida according to a recent Tampa Bay Business Journal article The Career Technical Education Foundation CTEF a program that began at East Lake High School in Tarpon Springs and now extends across several counties is providing opportunities for student learning community engagement and business and industry involvement CTEF s mission is to create and implement college preparatory and career based internships and apprenticeship programs at the secondary level by partnering with local education systems Those partners include MITRE Corp The Nielsen Co and Southern Manufacturing Technologies Another partner includes the Bauer Foundation Corp which hosts a six week summer program that exposes students to hands on experience in accounting engineering estimating and presenting These kids come in and say I was lost and now I m found and they can t wait to start their senior year said Chick Puccini president and CEO of Bauer a Florida corporation and the U S subsidiary of the worldwide operating BAUER Group There are now 600 students enrolled in the CTEF program Erin Uy Communications Marketing Manager Tags business and industry partnerships career academies Florida news STEM This entry was posted on Friday July 6th 2012 at 12 23 pm and is filed under News You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed

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  • business and industry partnerships « NASDCTEc Blog
    high quality CTE programs You can read our joint statement with ACTE here We will provide more detailed analysis in the coming days For more information from the Department of Education you can access a summary of the Blueprint as well as their press release Nancy Conneely Public Policy Manager By Nancy in Legislation Public Policy Tags accountability business and industry partnerships Equity federal legislation funding Innovation labor market Legislation OVAE Perkins Public Policy Secondary Secretary Duncan technical skills Legislative Update Appropriations Bills Introduced Friday April 6th 2012 Congress is on recess this week and next for the Easter and Passover holidays They will reconvene on Monday April 16 2012 Dear Colleague Letters Call for Investment in Perkins Members of both the House and Senate have signed on to Dear Colleague letters asking the appropriators in their respective chambers to invest in Perkins during the FY13 appropriations process The Senate letter authored by Sen Richard Blumenthal CT was signed by 22 Senators In the House the letter was authored by Reps Glenn Thompson PA and Jim Langevin RI and was signed by a total of 65 Representatives At a time when Congress is looking to cut spending in all areas letters such as these show appropriators the level of support among members for individual programs While it is hard to predict what will happen with funding for any programs this year we hope that these letters will resonate with the Appropriations Committees and will stave off further cuts to Perkins Bills Introduced Rebuild America Act Senator Tom Harkin IA Chair of the Senate Health Education Labor and Pensions Committee has introduced S 2252 the Rebuild America Act aimed at restoring the middle class through investments in education infrastructure and job training and changes to the tax code Among other things the bill would Provide 20 million in formula grants to modernize public schools and community colleges Invest in teacher professional development Create grants to incentivize regional partnerships of businesses schools labor and economic development officials to train workers for jobs and Provide funds for state and local governments to hire teachers police officers and firefighters Nancy Conneely Public Policy Manager By Nancy in Legislation Public Policy Tags advocacy appropriations budget business and industry partnerships community colleges Congress federal legislation funding Job training middle class professional development Webinars Focus on New CTE Courses Global Partnership Strategies Monday March 26th 2012 Our partners at the Association for Career and Technical Education ACTE this week is inviting the CTE community to join in on two free webinars The webinars will offer insight into new developments in CTE courses and global partnership strategies Skill href http eo2 commpartners com users acte session php id 8636 target blank Project Management for CTE Life Skill Job Skill Certification Skill Mar 27 at 12 30 p m ET 9 30 a m PT This webinar shares the latest in the development of PMforCTE an initiative connected to one of the newest approved CTE courses in the state of Washington Beginning with a pilot high school class involving Rotary and local businesses and a state level program advisory committee PMforCTE is responding to current learning needs driven by industry demand and the importance of 21st century skills Stakeholders will share their experiences implementing PMforCTE in a pre engineering classroom a summer work training program and a Jobs for America s Graduates program Register for this free event now Partnering for Global Impact A Case Study in Success Mar 28 at 12 00 p m ET 9 00 a m PT Learn lessons on how to build global partnerships from this case study on workforce development international connectivity with community and technical colleges and industry Join ACTE for a case study webinar on how a group of CTE providers worked with business partners and educational organizations to train automotive instructors in Morocco The webinar will explain how administrators instructors and leaders from Gateway Technical College Shoreline Community College Snap on Inc ACTE BEPG Inc and the National Coalition of Certification Centers along with a school in Morocco are working toward common goals You can register now for this free presentation Erin Uy Communications Marketing Manager By Erin in News Research Webinars Tags ACTE business and industry partnerships washington Webinars New Round of Community College Grants Now Open Tuesday February 28th 2012 Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis announced a solicitation for a new round of grant applications for the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training TAACCCT Grant Program The announcement was made with Second Lady Jill Biden during the Community College to Career bus tour at Davidson County Community College in North Carolina Congress allocated 2 billion for the TAACCCT program to be awarded in each of fiscal years 2011 2014 This round will fund up to 500 million in grants to community colleges for targeted training and workforce development to help dislocated workers obtain the skills they need to change careers The grants support partnerships between community colleges and employers to develop programs that provide career pathways and build instructional programs that meet industry needs The deadline to apply is May 24 2012 Nancy Conneely Public Policy Manager By Nancy in Public Policy Tags business and industry partnerships community colleges federal grants funding Job training postsecondary Rebuilding America s Schools Act Could Provide Funding for CTE Schools Friday September 2nd 2011 There are two bills moving through Congress that if passed would provide funding for school renovation and repair Rep Charles Rrangel NY and Sen John D Rockefeller WV have introduced H R 2394 and S 796 respectively These two bills also known as the Rebuilding America s Schools Act would extend funding for the qualified school construction bond program and the national limitation amounts for bonds issued under the qualified zone academy bond QZAB program through 2015 The amount of funding proposed in these bills is 1 4 billion If the bills are not passed funding will expire on December 31 of this year These competitive

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  • programs of study « NASDCTEc Blog
    www careertech org Ramona Schescke Member Services Manager By Ramona in Career Clusters News Tags Career Clusters career pathways programs of study Fall Meeting Being an Innovative Leader During Tough Times Monday October 31st 2011 Given the tough fiscal climate states are being asked to do more with less During the opening session at NASDCTEc s Fall Meeting states shared how they are continuing to expand CTE and be innovative in their approach despite funding cuts and dwindling resources John Fischer State Director of CTE in Vermont spoke about a consortium of New England states leveraging their resources to ensure that high schools graduates are prepared for college and careers in the 21 st century For example partner states are working together to build flexible pathway and proficiency based graduation models together Sherry Key State Director of CTE in Alabama shared the work being done by her state on a commission that Alabama has created to look at the future of CTE The Career and Technical Education Commission will review the status of secondary CTE programs as well as the needs of employers in the state and then make recommendations on how to strengthen and support CTE programs Despite state budget crises Alabama has chosen to focus on CTE as a way to help the economy and get people back to work T J Eyer Division Administrator for CTE in Montana discussed the work that Montana is doing around the transition to Programs of Study Montana is prioritizing all of its Perkins funds to focus on Programs of Study until all programs meet RPOS standards See his PowerPoint presentation for more information Nancy Conneely Public Policy Manager By Nancy in Uncategorized Tags career pathways college and career readiness economy Fall Meeting graduation Innovation programs of study Secondary Building 21st Century Skills through Sustainability Education Friday September 2nd 2011 Guest Blog Post By Victoria Waters CEO and Founder of Green Education Foundation GEF vwaters greeneducationfoundation org According to a 2008 United Nations Study there may be as many as 6 3 million new solar power jobs by 2030 and as many as 3 5 million jobs centered on improving the energy efficiency of buildings Are our students ready to compete for those and other new economy jobs The demand for green collar workers is coming and in many cases is already here Today unfortunately we are being outflanked Brazil and China lead the world in renewable employment globally according to a 2010 study by Clean Edge a clean tech research firm The imperative is recognized at the highest levels in September 2010 US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan stated As the President says This is not just going to boost our economy in the short term this is going to lay a platform for the future Education and sustainability are the keys to our economic future and our ecological future The opportunity to empower and prepare the 14 million students enrolled in CTE programs is profound According to a 2009 study by the Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts more than half the expected newly available clean energy jobs will be accessible to workers with high school degrees or less The study states that an investment of 150 billion a year in clean energy roughly one percent of national GDP would result in 1 7 million new jobs with roughly 870 000 of them accessible to workers with high school degrees or less In CTE programs nationwide momentum is building the NASDCTEc is working to infuse sustainability into each of the 16 National CTE Career Clusters For example in the context of the Agriculture Food and Natural Resources cluster educators will consider with their students the impact of an input selection on profitability environmental impact and the health and wellness of workers Green Education Foundation GEF s innovative School as a Teaching Tool lesson set for K 8 and Green Building Course for high school students are being leveraged by a number of CTE programs to incorporate sustainability concepts into the Architectural and Construction cluster The Green Building Course and the School as a Teaching Tool use the school as a learning laboratory to conduct extensive building energy and water audits and the high school course requires students to present recommendations for building improvements to school administrators including energy rebate information and retrofit opportunities One critical unaddressed component that is key to delivering on the promise of sustainability education is teacher enablement Today educators often do not have the experience or training to confidently teach sustainability in the context of their subject matter GEF is launching a Green Teacher Program for K 12 faculty with the goal of providing the knowledge skills and curricular resources essential for teachers to integrate sustainability education into their current disciplines GEF and NASDCTEc understand that empowering K 12 students and their teachers with sustainability education is vital to a paradigm shift to change our collective thinking and our future What do you think How can we better prepare our young minds for a sustainable future We welcome your thoughts and the opportunity to continue the dialogue at vwaters greeneducationfoundation org Dean Folkers Deputy Executive Director By Dean in News Resources Tags Career Clusters curriculum green jobs Job training programs of study Secretary Duncan teachers NASDCTEc Releases New Issue Brief on Progressive State CTE Legislation Thursday June 30th 2011 The National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium NASDCTEc released today the fourth in a series of five issue briefs that address the five principles of the new vision for CTE The issue brief Building Comprehensive Programs of Study through Progressive State Career Technical Education Legislation addresses the fourth principle statement in the vision CTE is delivered through comprehensive programs of study aligned to the National Career Clusters Framework The brief highlights efforts in Arizona and Georgia to craft state policy and practice to implement effective programs of study aligned to the National Career Clusters Framework Please join us this afternoon

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  • The Common Career Technical Core, Programs of Study & Industry-Based Standards « NASDCTEc Blog
    states CTE standards to the Common Career Technical Core CCTC last year for The State of Career Technical Education An Analysis of State CTE Standards this new paper examines how a set of 18 industry based standards match up to the CCTC with deep implications for state and local development of standards based programs of study Critically as we state in the paper The intent of this analysis is not to judge any industry based standards rather the intent is provide actionable information to state and local CTE leaders as think through how they use industry based standards within the context of a program of study What Did We Find For one the industry based standards on average were not particularly well aligned with the CCTC However this was largely as expected based on scope and design of the CCTC compared to most industry based standards The CCTC are benchmark standards that identify what a student should know and be able to do after completing a program of study As benchmark standards the CCTC are intentionally broad as end of program of study standards the CCTC cover the full range of knowledge and skills to be imparted over a sequence of courses from the broadest career exploration to the more occupationally specific skills Alternatively most industry based standards focus squarely on those occupationally specific skills leading to a disconnect between them and the CCTC We also found that the majority of industry based standards did not on average address the 12 Career Ready Practices which are the cross cutting skills and dispositions necessary for any individual in the workplace Perhaps the most surprising finding was that less than half of the industry based standards fully aligned to such Practices as communicate clearly effectively and with reason and work productively in teams while using cultural global competence which are so highly demanded in today s economy However the analysis showed that many of the industry based standards reviewed did align well with the Career Pathway level standards which are the most specific standards within the CCTC Additionally industry based standards developed by consortia such as the National Council for Agriculture Education and the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council were much more likely to address both the Career Cluster and Career Pathway level standards What Are the Implications The bottom line is that industry based standards play an important role in preparing students for careers but that they cannot alone make up a program of study as they often fail to address the broader career exploration skills as well as those key cross cutting or employability skills that have utility in any career As state leaders and other stakeholders develop review and or approve programs of study they must Ensure the standards not only address the key occupationally specific skills but also those addressed at the Career Cluster level as well as the Career Ready Practices and Provide guidance to local leaders and educators on how to implement the various sets of state

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  • CTE Research Review « NASDCTEc Blog
    Websites Co Branding Campaign User Agreement Relevant Resources Issue Briefs Papers Jobs and the Economy College and Career Readiness Effective Models On Demand Webinars CTE Videos Research from the Field News Events Newsroom Press Releases NASDCTEc Meetings 2014 Spring Meeting 2014 Fall Meeting Archived NASDCTEc Meetings Achieving Excellence in CTE Career Cluster Institute Archived Career Cluster Institutes Webinars Archived Webinars Newsletters Members Membership Directory Members Only Webinars Member Only On Demand Webinars Member CCTC Resources Organizational Resources Board of Directors Finance Committee Coalition Pushes Perkins Reauthorization with Letter to Legislators REMINDER Webinar on Making Career Readiness Count next Tuesday CTE Research Review CTE programs of study POS took center stage in a recent study from the National Research Center for Career and Technical Education NRCCTE which released its final 200 page report gauging the effectiveness of POS as a strategy for improving student outcomes The NRCCTE researchers conducted a longitudinal study of 6 638 students from the class of 2012 participating in POS in three urban districts from different states The resulting findings offer myriad ways to examine the impact of POS on student success as well as suggestions for future research in particular on the postsecondary side of POS Commonalities existed across all three districts No matter the location the findings indicated that taking more CTE credits may boost GPA the probability of graduation and some achievement measures and came at little to no cost to overall academic achievement The study however did find low participation in programs associated with accruing college credits while in high school such as dual enrollment The study was conducted ahead of the coming reauthorization of the Carl D Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 which funds CTE nationwide The last reauthorization included a new requirement for POS using the POS framework to increase program accountability in the areas of academic and technical skills achievement as well as alignment with postsecondary technical education The NRCCTE researchers found that although high quality CTE programs in the form of POS are not easy cheap or capable of solving all educational problems they can be implemented well and yield positive results The researchers conclude with a series of recommendations including calling for districts to find ways to increase the number of CTE credits a high school student can earn taking another look at dual enrollment programs to maximize student participation and recruiting more teachers from industry and business Andrea Zimmermann State Policy Associate Tags programs of study This entry was posted on Wednesday May 21st 2014 at 2 53 pm and is filed under Public Policy Research You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed Both comments and pings are currently closed Comments are closed Series This Week in CTE Legislative Updates State CTE Policy Updates CTE Research Review Friends of CTE Blog Series Inside International CTE Archives Select Month January 2016 2 December 2015 6 November 2015 9 October 2015 13 September 2015 11 August 2015 12 July

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