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Which is the most efficient way to educate children in America? One would think scholars and education advocates could agree on how to best educate American kids or even the goals of public education, but they can't! Join A Different Vue with Jacquelyn Rochell from 5p to 8p and let's discuss Charters, Private and Public Schools! Guest: Dr. Debarah Watson, Author If Not For Dreams 1960: After the death of her mother, at age 7, she became a Ward of the State. In Foster Care, she suffered from the loss of her family, a damaged self-image & stress. In seach of ways to relieve her pain, her inappropriate behavior turned into more emotional pain—usually through denial or projection. DO NOT MISS THIS CANDID INTERVIEW ABOUT SELF-DISCOVERY & HEALING!
SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT: The Democratic National Convention??? Alright, I predicted that young, handsome, conservative Paul Ryan would energize and add excitement to the Republican Ticket...I was WRONG!!! The Grand Ole Party is played out!
Status Quos will only prevail if minority Americans don't face the realities of the power in faith, family, education, and work! Herein is where we find and live the American Dream!
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Should parents be allowed to use "public" money to send their kids to private schools? Who gets to decide where the money goes to educate your child
Changing minds every day of the week!
Today’s Topic: Public, Private, Online, or Homeschooled Education - Which is Best for Your Child? Our Mild Wednesday Show will discuss what parents or guardians believe are the best ways to educate their child or children. This show will discuss the differences and similarities in public, private, online, and homeschooled education. In addition, this show will discuss the budget issues with educating your child or children. Also, this show will give parents information on choosing the right educational path for their child or children.
Teresa Weatherall Neal has worked for GRPS for 35 years. She started out as a student worker as a teenager. She has worked in numerous capacities throughout the district including as an Administrative Assistant, Coordinator of Compliance, and Co-Director of Community and Student Service. Just prior to her appointment to Superintendent, she worked as the Assistant Superintendent of Community and Student Affairs for seven years.
She has a love for both the students of Grand Rapids and the city itself. She, herself, is a product of Grand Rapids. She comes from a large family with deep roots in the City. She is proud of her education in GRPS and will brag to anyone that she attended South Middle School and graduated from Creston High School.
In her State of the Schools Address, Superintendent Neal made a statement that seemed to resonate with many people in the District and in the community. She stated, “These are our students, our schools, and this is our City.” She truly believes this and is working, and has charged her staff to work, with that statement in mind
SPONSORED BY CARL TONE JONES--Continuing our discussion about the use of public school systems in Black AMerica being used to hinder success not promote it. We will expound on the attacks of Dr. Umar Johnson and attack factors that are in place in the school system that loan support to the hinderance of our children. Join in tonight to share your thouhts at 10:30 pm EST-347-327-9967
Public vs Private Law
Legal terms may appear complicated to common individuals, which is why confusion usually occurs during legal procedures. To have a deeper understanding of the basics regarding legal procedures, let us take a look at the difference between two terms: Private law and public law. When is law considered public or private? Read on to find out.
Public law is a theory of law that governs the relationship between the state and the individual, who is considered to be either a company or a citizen. Public law covers three sub-divisions: Constitutional, administrative and criminal law.
- Constitutional law covers the different branches of the state: Executive, legislative and judiciary.
- Administrative law regulates international trade, manufacturing, pollution, taxation, and the like.
- Criminal law involves state imposed sanctions for individuals or companies in order to achieve justice and social order.
Private law is also known as civil law. It involves relationships between individuals, or private relationships between citizens and companies.http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/difference-between-public-and-private-law/
This talk will cover:
the importance of mental health services in schools,
reasons why children might need school-basedmental health services ,
how parents and teachers can recognize when a child needs help, and
ways to advocate for your child and how to access services.
The 3 speakers for this talk are:
Angel Caraballo, MD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center Director, School-Based Mental Health Program (SBMHP)
Morgan Stanley's Children's Hospital of New York-Presbyterian
Krista Gwon, PhD Instructor in Clinical Psychology at Columbia University Medical Center
Staff Psychologist, SBMHP at MS-CHONY
Kristin Carothers, PhD Instructor in Clinical Psychology at Columbia University Medical Center
Staff Psychologist, SBMHP at MS-CHONY
To find out more information about this program, please go to
To contact Dr. Angel Caraballo, go to his website www.drangelcaraballo.com
To listen to any of our 50 archived psychiatry blogtalks on OCD, Children's Mental Health, or eating disorders please go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi
Join Get Deep and Keep it Real as I interview Carol Mims Galloway about the state of the American School system and African Americans.
Ms. Galloway is the first African- American woman to represent District II, and in 1999 she was also the first African-American woman to represent District B on the Houston City Council where she served three terms.
President of NAACP Houston chapter after city council was elected back to school board.
She was appointed by U.S. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee to the National Commission for African-American Education as the representative for the 18th Congressional District..
Speaking on the issues of hypocrisy and the pitfalls of professing a persona in public that doesn't match conduct in the private.
LET'S TALK ABOUT IT
As we celebrate the 60 year anniversary of Brown vs. Board of Education it appears that public schools are still segregated. 60 years ago laws were passed to de-segregate public schools based on race and stll today many public schools remain segregated, but not because of race. The new underlying factor of public school segregation is economics. Many segregated public schools lack high quality resources (i.e books, computers, highly educated teachers, etc.) because of economics. Can a law fix this or is there something else we can do? Tune in to discuss how we can help address this problem.
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