NJ Spotlight presents a lengthy list of school salaries sortable by last name, first name, district, or school name. In addition, it features an interactive map as well as a table listing the average salary by district.
The EThOS system from the British Library is a portal to dissertations generated by 129 British institutions. Currently, over 350,000 dissertations are listed here with over 120,000 freely available online. One must remember that the ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database primarily covers United States and Canadian research; to access other work, you need to go to EThOS or Dart-Europe.
How many pay phones are left in New York City? When people move out of the city, where do they go? Are the city’s affordable housing goals being met? All these questions and more can be answered in New York City by the Numbers from the New York City Independent Budget Office. This blog is arranged both chronologically and by category; free text searching is also available. Every entry is supported by facts and charts, making it easy to digest the data being presented. BTW, there are 11,249 payphones left in the city as of January 2013.
Here are some major reports focusing on this issue: Why Children are Fleeing Central America (Bread for World Institute);Child Migrants to the United States (National Conference on State Legislatures); Nearly 7-in-10 Americans See Unaccompanied Children at Border as Refugees, Not Illegal Immigrants (Public Religion Research Institute); Unaccompanied Children Released to Sponsors By State (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of Refugee Resettlement); Children on the Run UN High Commission on Refugees); White House Weighs Options On Surge In Unaccompanied Children At U.S.- Mexico Border (Diane Rehm Show); and these CRS reports – Unaccompanied Alien Children: Potential Factors Contributing to Recent Immigration, Unaccompanied Alien Children – Legal Issues: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, and Unaccompanied Alien Children: An Overview.
At the Nexus of Cybersecurity and Public Policy (National Academies Press); Hackers Wanted: An Examination of the CyberSecurity Labor Market (RAND); Diplomatic Security: Overseas Facilities May Face Greater Risks Due to Gaps in Security-Related Activities, Standards, and Policies (GAO); The U.S. Secret Service: History and Missions (CRS); Style Manual & Writers Guide for Intelligence Publications (CIA); Membership in the United Nations and Its Specialized Agencies (CRS); Cyber Risks: The Growing Threat (Insurance Information Institute); and Global Cybercrime: The Interplay of Politics and Law (Centre for International Governance Innovation).
The development of 5G wireless technology is discussed in this CRS report - Deploying 5G (Fifth Generation) Wireless Technology: Is the United States on Track?