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Sabrina Dawson, educator, advocate, and co-founder of Sisters in the Cities, will join us to talk more about her involvement in the Community, Child and Family Services Agency in Washington, D.C., and a myriad of other cultural, informative... more

Ray Baker is a multi-media journalist who went to Ferguson, MO on assignment for the Washington Post. While on the ground in Missouri he experienced first-hand the tension that defines the relationship between police and the... more

ClassFlow is a revolutionary cloud-based platform for teachers that makes lesson planning more efficient and lesson delivery more dynamic.ClassFlow is the ?all-in-one? teaching & lesson orchestration tool for delivering interactive... more

Young people from an urban education setting speak about their experiences in learning. They will talk about successes and challenges that they experienced. These young people will share how they overcame obstacles and barriers to... more

Teacher(s) from urban settings appear on the show to discuss educational matters from a current, practical instructional point of view

Dr. Anne Gaskins-Nedd, an experienced educator with more than 35 years in education will be appearing on the Mentor educator appear on the show to discuss educational matters from a historical context primarily focused on... more

Join the What's Going On? Blog Talk Radio to learn about The Any Given Child Creative Learning Initiative in the Austin, TX. ISD. Tuesday, March 18 at 3 p.m. CT. 4 p.m. ET.

It's hard for a student to learn and retain information when they are in pain especially from a toothache. Dental health is often ignored as a teaching and learning crisis. Dr. Winifred Booker is the CEO and Director of Development at... more

Why do we have Black History Month? This question is probably one of the most raised questions in the month of February in many classrooms across America. Blacks living in America during the early years of the twentieth century were... more

What is WINNING? Winning is achieving a premeditated goal. Why is WINNING so important? First, we are born to win. We have a primal instinct that compels us to achieve." There is no reason why you can't win! Odis L. Bellinger, a... more
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