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Join us on Friday, April 12 at 12:00pm EDT for a discussion on how to finance your J-School education. Join Associate Director of Admission and Financial Aid Tarin Almanzar, Financial Aid Officer Eric Halperin and Financial Aid Director David Seltzer as they talk about the scholarship and federal financial aid processes. The discussion will be geared toward newly admitted students. Call in to listen and ask questions via our chat.
Public charter vs. traditional public schools, local communities vs. outside reformers, black vs. white. There are many distractions and red herrings in discussions about education reform.
My guest, Dr. Andre Perry, has put many of those distractions on the table in his fascinating novel, The Garden Path: The Miseducation of a City. The novel is set in post-Katrina New Orleans, which has become a key education reform battleground. In Dr. Perry's take, the students prevail over all else. As the former CEO of a charter school network in New Orleans and a university professor there, Dr. Perry crafted The Garden Path on a solid foundation of personal experience.
Host, Allison R. Brown, is a civil rights attorney and President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC).
Welcome to IU Radio LIVE New Sunday Night program here on the Blog Talk Radio Network at 7:00 PM ET, Sunday 4/28. We have moved our program to evenings here at BTR until further notice. On this show we'll discuss: Are Michigan Republicans practicing a Corporate run amok version of Austerity on the 2013-14 budgetary process? As a insufficent 2% increase has been allocated to the State's Education Budget, are the profitization of Corporate Charter Schools by Michigan GOP seeks to make education in the state equal to a 3rd World nation? Former Reagan administration official David Stockman has called the modern day GOP Party a "Coalition of Gangs" confined by social cons, neo-cons and right to life cons. Is this true or not? We'll discuss. Independent Underground Radio LIVE is a FEATURED BTR Weekend Politcal Talk podcast based out of Ann Arbor, Michigan covering Michigan and National Politics, job search, breaking news, unemployment and more. Monica RW is the host of Michigan's Top Politico Podcast, owner of IU News & Talk & Local Elected Official.
Call in with your Independent & Robust opinions to the political issues of the day at 347-934-0185. Also, join us on Twitter @IUNewsTalk.
Student equity and education advocacy rhetoric has often pitted teachers and educators against, essentially, everyone else. But, teachers are doing tremendous things to force change for equity from within and to deliver empowering social justice instruction to their students.
My guests will talk to us about the language of equity and what it takes for teachers to be successful advocates for equity in their schools. Enid Lee is the Director of Enidlee Consultants and is a teacher educator, researcher, writer, consultant, facilitator, and speaker. Deborah Menkart is the Executive Director of Teaching for Change, which provides teachers and parents with the tools to create schools where students learn to read, write, and change the world.
Host, Allison R. Brown, Esq., is a civil rights attorney and President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC).
With music on his website jimmy shows you his most beautifully designed collection of floral catalouge from Chuppas to Boutionieres, Corsages, to Sweet Heart tables and the Reception itself, you are transported in lushness. J R Florals also does flowers for your corporate event or office.
Stephen Zimmer is an award-winning author and filmmaker, whose literary works include the epic-scale urban fantasy series The Rising Dawn Saga, the epic fantasy Fires in Eden Series, and the Harvey and Solomon steampunk tales included in the Dreams of Steam and Dreams of Steam II: Bolts and Brass anthologies from Kerlak Publishing.
Stephen’s film credits include the supernatural thriller feature Shadows Light, the horror short film The Sirens, and the recent Swordbearer, a medieval fantasy short film based upon the H. David Blalock novel Ascendant.
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Tune into Single Mothers Rise Up May 2 8pm est. with host Lina G and Adrianne Michelle as they bring you another amazing show “Glamour on a Budget” with guest National/ Celebrity Designers Rafael Cox and JCole .
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Dr. Pedro Noguera is the Peter L. Agnew Professor of Education at New York University. He is a world-renowned sociologist, researcher, and prolific author of several publications, including the seminal book, "The Trouble with Black Boys...and Other Reflections on Race, Equity, and the Future of Public Education."
Dr. Noguera will expound on his critique of current approaches to education reform that are too focused on privatization, high stakes testing, and punitive student discipline. We will talk about how schools can focus on ensuring life successes of students and youth by focusing on true racial and socioeconomic equity.
Host, Allison R. Brown, is a civil rights attorney and owner of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC).
There are many ways that education has been introduced to are american students. Are we preparing are youth for the furture?Todays show is a rerun where I spoke with Founder and CEO of Executive Prep Academy of School of Finance. in L. A. California. Enjoy todays show.