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What's the best way to sell to schools? It's the topic of greatest interest for everyone who wants to succeed in the K-12 education market. Many newcomers would like to find a low-cost entry, and the idea of using independent reps or resellers is popular. What have experts learned about this sales approach? What do you need to know to be successful working with K-12 channel partners? Join host Glen McCandless for a 15-minute interview with two veterans of K-12 sales, Farimah Schuerman and Mitch Weisburgh of Academic Business Advisors.
A new study shows the shift from print books to ebooks is accelerating, the most dramatic change in the K-12 market in a century. Is education marketing or selling to schools a priority for you? If so, do not miss this interview with the publisher of this important education market research study. Everyone in the school market will be impacted by the eBook wave. Ride it or be drowned by it!
Emeka Iwenofu is the author of Jackie's Miracle, about a woman who suffered abuse, dropped out of school, and then found the secret of success. His other two books serve as a blueprint for finding success in life.
Mr. Iwenofu will tell our audience that schools do not challenge students to dream, a skill they need to cope with employment setbacks.
He will also discuss how schools are failing our children by not teaching them life skills.
Please tune in on Sunday, September 22nd at 3:00 p.m. EST to hear what our guest has to say.
Now that schools are wired and Internet access is ubiquitous, what’s next for technology companies that sell to schools? Now the challenge is finding pockets of opportunity – school districts where purchases of digital content and services are more likely than average. The Schools and the Internet study from Grunwald Associates provides education marketing staff with important practical information about sales opportunities and the decision-making process as schools move fully into the digital a
Peter LePort, founder of the LePort Schools, joins us tonight to discuss education.
How do government run schools compare to private schools? What distinguishes the LePort Schools from any other private or government school? What teaching methods, curricula, teaching training are required to achieve excellent results in educating young minds? These are some of the questions that Andrew Bernstein and I will discuss with Dr. LePort on "Objectively Speaking" on Tuesday, October 8th at 8:00 pm ET.
As, Andrew Bernstein says - "This will be an informative and ispiring discussion regarding the single most important topic in the world: educating the mind."
Looking forward to a lively and stimulating discussion.
May you have a value-driven day!
Co-Host of "Objectively Speaking"
Join Charmaine Hammond of Team Toby and host of PAWsitive Radio as she interviews David Rust of The Society for Safe and Caring Schools & Communities as we talk about their upcoming Bully Prevention event and the HERO awards that Safe and Caring is hosting, deadline is November 1.
PAWsitive Radio celebrates organizations making a PAWsitive Difference in the world, and today we'll hear how The Society for Safe and Caring Schools & Communities is making a difference.
To learn more about Charmaine Hammond please visit www.charmainehammond.com and www.theoriginalteamtoby.com
The September (9/18) broadcast features, Nancy Meador, President - National Association of Elementary School Principals. Nancy most recently served as principal for Madison Middle School in Nashville, Tennessee, has enjoyed a long career in education, serving in elementary and middle schools as a principal, assistant principal, classroom teacher, and as executive director for learning support services. We will focus on the trends in education to meet the new needs of students who entering our public schools. These students don't know a world without cell phones, FaceBook or Twitter. Technology and findings from brain research have greatly influenced teaching and learning in today's elementary schools.
Nancy's role as the president of nation's largest professional organization of elementary and middle school principals is influential in shaping how leadership challenges are met.
Join us at 2pm on September 18 to hear what we need to know about the new elementary school without chalkboards.
Is there a salad bar in your children’s school cafeteria? Would it make a school performance difference if your kids ate salad at lunch? Do your kids even eat salad?
Often, the required ½ cup serving of a fruit or vegetable offered to your kids at school is being tossed in the garbage. And, kids are more likely to eat fruit and vegetables when given a choice. These are just two of the reasons why there is value having a salad bar in school. Yet, cost often stands in the way.
There is a national movement to make salad bars available to kids. Spokesperson for “Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools”, Jackie Newgent RD (The Natural Culinary Nutritionist) will give you the inside heads up on how to secure one for your school. As a Registered Dietitian, our co-host, Tracee Yablon-Brenner, RD (Real Food Moms) will confirm why school children absolutely need to eat fresh produce so they can be the best they can be!
Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen on W4WN and W4CY radio. Get the salad bar scoop for your children’s school.
… for the health of your family, ellen www.FamilyFoodExperts.com www.KidKritics.com
OUR FRIEND PETER UPHAM, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR THE ASSOCIATION OF BOARDING SCHOOLS IS OUR GUEST