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Fred G. Andrews
Worked at Various Nonprofits
Attended University of Central Missouri
Lives in Prairie Village, KS
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On July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins blasted off from Kennedy Space Center. Armstrong and Aldrin landed on the moon four days later. The three returned safely to Earth on July 24, 1969. Video courtesy of NASA
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Improving the health and upward social mobility of households in poor neighborhoods has been at the forefront of concern nationwide. The question is how to attain that goal. This paper look at the various ways community hubs achieve that, and whether it is successful. 
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How a 1961 hometown tour shaped a classic film.
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We spend so much time on standardized testing and measuring learning ability that we don’t track how much we’re developing the ;key competencies that enable us to imagine what could be
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A story of Demond, police data, and his grandmother’s recycling bin
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Studies confirm what many have long suspected: When it comes to taking notes, handwriting matters.
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Growing up poor leads to slower brain development and lower test scores, according to a new study.
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By Thalif Deen | (Inter Press Service) | - - UNITED NATIONS (IPS) - The single biggest misunderstanding about the …
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Stephanie Cellini assesses the costs and benefits of a for-profit college education and finds that for the average student, the earnings gains associated with attendance are too low to justify the cost.
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  • University of Central Missouri
    Political Science & Economics - BA, 1975
  • University of Missouri–Kansas City
    Non-profit Management - MPA, 1998
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Founded a film festival, produced a feature film, have wonderful family & friends
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Nonprofit professional - fund development, marketing, planning, program development
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  • Various Nonprofits
    Development Director, Exec. Director, 2001 - 2013
    Research, write grant proposals, develop earned income opportunities, funding events management, marketing, volunteer coordination, website development, strategic planning.
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Prairie Village, KS
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Woodland, CA - Grundy Center, IA - Warrensburg, MO - Kansas City, MO - Marion, IA - Boone, IA - Tarkio, MO - Boonville, MO - Berkeley, CA
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Take a Round-Trip to the Moon on Apollo 11 - Scientific American
www.scientificamerican.com

On July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins blasted off from Kennedy Space Center. Armstrong and

Using schools and clinics as hubs to create healthy communities: The exa...
www.brookings.edu

Improving the health and upward social mobility of households in poor neighborhoods has been at the forefront of concern nationwide. The que

Does Open Data Build Trust? — Medium
medium.com

A story of Demond, police data, and his grandmother’s recycling bin

Need to Boost Your Brainpower? Write–Don’t Type–This Down
magazine.good.is

Studies confirm what many have long suspected: When it comes to taking notes, handwriting matters.

Poverty affects kids' brains at a crucial time
www.motherjones.com

Growing up poor leads to slower brain development and lower test scores, according to a new study.

US Right needs to get over Self: Iran Deal is International
www.juancole.com

By Thalif Deen | (Inter Press Service) | - - UNITED NATIONS (IPS) - The single biggest misunderstanding about the …

Why can’t we find a solution to the West’s water crisis? — Medium
medium.com

Water Talk is a series of conversations accompanying Killing the Colorado, a multi-part investigation from ProPublica an…

Imagination Institute Awards Nearly $3 Million to Advance the Science of...
blogs.scientificamerican.com

We spend so much time on standardized testing and measuring learning ability that we don’t track how much we’re developing the ;key competen

Does a for-profit college education pay off?
www.brookings.edu

Stephanie Cellini assesses the costs and benefits of a for-profit college education and finds that for the average student, the earnings gai

U.S. Solar Is Producing 50 Percent More Electricity Than We Thought
blogs.scientificamerican.com

California, Arizona and Hawaii can now say that solar provides more than 5 percent of their total annual electricity demand

The US Has Spent $14B on Community Policing—What Have We Learned So Far?
www.yesmagazine.org

Gauging whether a community policing program has been successful ultimately depends on how you define success.

An Experiment in Love: Martin Luther King, Jr. on the Six Pillars of Non...
www.brainpickings.org

"Along the way of life, someone must have sense enough and morality enough to cut off the chain of hate. This can only be done by projecting

The Magic Box: A Whimsical Vintage Children’s Book for Grownups About Li...
www.brainpickings.org

"This book was written outside the cemetery wall ... in memory of life, the wonder & pain of it & the unspeakable worthwhileness of every se

How I’d redesign piano sheet music — Happy Ninja — Medium
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TL;DR: Here’s a new method for writing sheet music for piano that makes it easier to learn to play everyday songs. Tradi…

How life’s data becomes music to some ears – Carren Jao – Aeon
aeon.co

When Chris Chafe translates data into music, listeners sway to the beat of seizing brains, economic swings and smog

More builders and fewer traders: A growth strategy for the American economy
www.brookings.edu

In a new paper, William Galston and Elaine Kamarck argue that the laws and rules that shape corporate and investor behavior today must be ch

Germany to mothball largest coal power plants to meet climate targets | ...
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Levy on most polluting power stations is scrapped, but largest brown coal-fired plants will be shuttered as Germany moves to cut emissions 4