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DV LEAP’s “Leap of Faith” Demanded of Moms From “Day 1” Didn’t Then, and (With its Founder’s Other Newer Projects) Still Doesn’t Pass This Mother’s and DV/FamilyCourt Survivor’s Basic Smell Test [Aug. 25, 2022, Publ. Oct. 16, 2022].

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Disclaimer:  This is my opinion and not legal or any form of consultant advice.  I am so fed up, currently, with attempting to complete proper posts (while managing living without a permanent address, week by week), I’m going to just publish the whole post “as-is.”  That probably represents later embarassment and excising about a third (or half) of it, BUT it’s still important information — it is just not polished and may have too much repetition for a casual reader.  Thanks for understanding!//LGH Oct. 16, 2022.

Post titles on this blog and on these topics tend to be long — full sentences, often with short acronyms.  For this one, DV LEAP, NFVLCgwu, NSPC (although that point or reference after my several posts changed its final word in the acronym from “Coalition” to “Organization”), or, see my Twitter threads for recent hashtags.

See also my May, 2019 Page (not “Post”), DV LEAP’s New Website Still Derails OPEN (Uncensored) Discussion of The PROBLEM, Digging A Deeper Hole for Survivors of Abuse and Their Children (Started Jan. 27, 2018 | Publ. May 19, 2019). (shortlink to this PAGE ends “-8um” | about 5,800 words)

I also mention GWLaw, DCCADV, and a few other acronyms [BWJP, DAIP] which should be known as USA-based domestic violence government-funded state coalitions or official (HHS-named) “DVRN” “resource centers” such as “NFVLCgwu” at a private university now seeks and likely intends (see its name:  “National”….”Center”) to become, although the current focus seems “international” for validation. But calling it “National” possibly sounds more loyal and patriotic to the country where it’s been made possible.

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About University of Nevada, Reno-based NCJFCJ, Its Pittsburgh-based NCJJ, and NCJJ’s E. Hunter Hurst III (d. 2012)’s Tucson-based, multi-million-dollar, NASDAQ-traded Company (“PRSC”): First, the Context [Publ. Mar. 10, 2016, More Font-Changes Apr. 24, 2022].

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About University of Nevada, Reno-based NCJFCJ, Its Pittsburgh-based NCJJ, and NCJJ’s E. Hunter Hurst III (d. 2012)’s Tucson-based, multi-million-dollar, NASDAQ-traded Company (“PRSC”): First, the Context [Publ. Mar. 10, 2016, More Font-Changes Apr. 24, 2022]. (short-link ends “-2Se” About 7,500 words)

UPDATE 2022 comments: About more 1,000 words which I may move later except the first paragraph:  All relate to UNR.edu and its recent Carnegie Classifications and some background (and news) on both.

(In the update, I changed the title from “UNevada-Reno” to match what the university calls itself:  “University of Nevada, Reno.” Since I was using it as an adjective, I kept the hyphen:  “University of Nevada, Reno-based NCJFCJ“).  (And I corrected the spelling of “Tucson”!)


For more on the university, see its “About/History page, but remember you’re looking at a 2022 not a 2016 page. Changes since include its becoming a Carnegie Level R1 institution** — but only in 2019, repeated in 2021…and more partnerships in 2022).  This post is about NCFJCJ AT the university, not the university.  Anything extra in this “updates” section is for the wider context (always relevant, but more incidental to this post).

**In 2019, the University learned that it achieved one of the most prestigious honors an institution of higher learning can ever receive: It was chosen as one of just 130 universities by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education as an “R1” institution — “very high research activity” — which is reserved for doctoral-granting universities with exceptional levels of research activity. In 2020, it was announced that the University had reached the prestigious Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement, becoming one of only 119 institutions in the country so honored.

https://carnegieclassifications.iu.edu

Looking for brief reference to exactly what the Carnegie Classifications represent, because I do not know how many readers of this blog might know, I see a recent consolidation with the American Council on Education, points of reference in time (1970s) and (see the “IU” in the url here), at the bottom in fine print that Indiana University is licensed to use this, and who (Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching) holds the various trademarks lists (again, in fine print at the bottom / footer banner, to this page).

CARNEGIE CLASSIFICATION and THE CARNEGIE CLASSIFICATION OF INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION are registered trademarks of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, used here under license agreement by the Indiana University Center on Postsecondary Research.

Check out (AFTER you read my 2016 post please!), A Feb. 2022 news release: https://www.carnegiefoundation.org/newsroom/news-releases/carnegie-foundation-and-american-council-on-education-announce-partnership-on-the-carnegie-classifications/, and don’t forget to read what the Foundation says about itself (including its 1906 Charter by Congress, and its new, improved goals, at: https://www.carnegiefoundation.org/about-us/ It shows a street address in Stanford, California (probably at Stanford University)

I thought this might be a mistake (I’d always assumed Stanford University was in Palo Alto, and I lived near-enough for many years (i.e. I lived in the San Francisco Bay Area, which includes the County of Santa Clara) by to know better!) until Wikipedia enlightened me:  Stanford University sits on Stanford, which is not a city, but an UNINCORPORATED part of Santa Clara County. Palo Alto is adjacent:

…Most of the Stanford University campus and other core University owned land is situated within the census-designated place of Stanford though the Stanford University Medical Center, the Stanford Shopping Center, and the Stanford Research Park are officially part of the city of Palo Alto. Its resident population consists of the inhabitants of on-campus housing, including graduate student residences and single-family homes and condominiums owned by their faculty inhabitants but located on leased Stanford land.  // The population was 21,150 at the 2020 census.[3]

While CFAT is in California, it’s just recently decided to move its Classifications over to ACE (American Council on Education), a membership organization, which is in Washington, D.C., and claims to educate two out of every three individuals educated by certified colleges (Public or private).  ACE in “convenes” institutions through the Washington Higher Education Secretariat (see very fine print, bottom right of web page.  I didn’t even click on all the pretty and engaging photos; I’m looking for self-definitions, place, and who does, as opposed to who does not, post their financial statements and (if applicable, which it may not be) Forms 990) of “Washington Higher Education:

ACE is a membership organization that mobilizes the higher education community to shape effective public policy and foster innovative, high-quality practice. As the major coordinating body for the nation’s colleges and universities, our strength lies in our diverse membership of more than 1,700 colleges and universities, related associations, and other organizations in America and abroad. ACE is the only major higher education association to represent all types of U.S. accredited, degree-granting institutions: two-year and four-year, public and private. For more information, please visit www.acenet.edu or follow ACE on Twitter @ACEducation.

CFAT Foundation History tells more, you can’t help but learn from reading such timelines to understand coordination of setting government policies in (here), the 20th century.  And, I can’t help but notice neither one posts its financials….  Nevertheless, the Carniege Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching timline (that link) explains that for THIS century, the 21st century, it’ll be focused on:

The work of the Foundation in the 21st century joins the discipline of improvement science with the capabilities of networks to foster innovation and accelerate social learning. Specifically, the purposeful collective action needed to solve complex educational problems can be found in networked improvement communities. These NICs are distinguished by four essential functions. (etc.).


This post was drafted January 20, 2016. It  holds a significant “find” that I don’t know who else has found, or would ever have found. Probably, only people who drill down on organization tax returns and notice what might be missing when any organization describes itself, boasting about the public service it’s done over the decades, would have run across this information. There are indicators that the organization involved did not want this information to be found.


I am under considerable personal pressure this year (more than last year), and because of possible consequences depending in how I may find a way to stand up to it, I am concerned that this information might not get out.  So, although it may not be in perfect sequence with other posts, or even various sections within this post in the best sequence, I am publishing it now.

The “find” on this post speaks loudly as to whether or not the private and government-funded organizations collectively driving national family court and juvenile justice policy (including responses to child abuse and domestic violence, i.e., criminal matters) can be trusted AT ALL, and as to whether they should be permitted to continue setting standards and driving policy, let alone receive cooperation and government financing (grants and contracts).

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