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Education reporter Cherise M. Newsome joins Pilot Radio to discuss a federal investigation that found Norfolk Public Schools negligent in handling complaints in middle and high schools about sexual harassment and treatment of students with disabilities. Newsome was first to break the story about the investigation, which concluded earlier this year. School leaders heard about the results in May, but not the general public. The Pilot published her story Sept. 27 after Newsome obtained a copy of the report from the U.S. Education Department's Office for Civil Rights. On Sunday, The Pilot is scheduled to publish Newsome’s exclusive interview with the family that spurred the investigation.
Rapid expansion in adoptions and use of mobile devices in schools has the potential to impact almost every aspect of education. A new report, "Mobile Technology for K-12 Education," sponsored by mobile learning company, Amplify, and conducted by education market research experts at IESD, reveals details about the current status of mobile technology in our schools. The question is, what are publishers and developers who serve the school market doing in terms of their product marketing plans and their sales approaches as we move away from the a textbook centric K-12 sales environment to an environment where smartphones, tablets, and other mobile computing devices are the primary delivery envelope? Host Glen McCandless asks K-12 market researcher, Jay Sivin-Kachala, of IESD, to provide his perspective.
We're going back to school with today's Mommy Monday guest Tanya Anton.
Not only are we helping to take the stress our of this process but make sure your family has the best school year EVER!
How? Tanya share her popular "5 Ways to Learn About Your Los Angeles Public School Options".
Are you looking for a school? Feeling overwhelmed? We'll break down the differences & options for your child.
What's with all the buzz terms? Charters. Magnets. Permits. Lotteries. Immersion.
Kristin & Tanya will talk you through (and maybe off the ledge) about the sometimes confusing and daunting public school journey.
Find out more about Taya Anton, author of Go Mama Guide, Demystification & Guidance here. And yes, she'll totally come over to your house if you need her to.
Happy Mommy Monday girls! Let's rock this week! XO, Kristin
Your host here at SevDeadSerious is particularily miffed at the public schools in the rapidly degenerating city of Philadelphia, where the education of our most valuable resource has been hijacked by the political process by an unscrupulous state controlled School Reform Commission (SRC) that as a state controlled entity, the Douche Bag of the week candidate Tom Corbett that without a total turnaround is destined to be the first 1-term governor of the state since the early 70's and what better way to fire up your base of pathetic GOP'ers from Pennsyltucky (yes, Pennsyltucky) reason to rejoice as the predominately minority serving public schools can continue to erode. Its not the paying for a portion of their benefits but to invoke the measures without public hearings or notifying the Teacher's Union of their intent is typical GOP underhanded policy. All so Corbett could increase his polling number...now that's a Douche Bag!
The Minnesota Vikings vs The Green Bay Packers on Thursday Night Football. Teddy Bridgewaters second start as a Minnesota Viking. Aaron Rogers will lead the Packers at lambeau Field. The Packers will be the Vikes first division game of the season. Its Packers week. Skol Vikings!!!!
The Packers-Vikings rivalry is an NFL rivalry that is one of the most heated in the NFL. The rivalry began in 1961, when the Minnesota Vikings entered the league as an expasion team. The rivalry is known for very close games, both in all-time series and in each game. It also considered to be one of the most intense rivalries in the National Football League, due to their close games, the fact that both teams have often fought for the NFC North title and the fact that the two states in which these teams reside (Minnesota and Wisconsin) have a rivalry in many sports leagues such as the Big Ten Conference.
WILL TEDDY BRIDGEWATER PLAY???
LanceScurv turns it upwith content that the Mainstream Media would never showcase and the powers that be will never approve to be shared.
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On the show, we preview the Purdue game at Minnesota, taking an inside look at the Gophers and chances for a Boilermaker upset in Minneapolis. We feature the bond these Boilermakers have forged during the 2014 season. We give your "Our Boys," break down the matchups and predict the outcome. Plus, we talk to Chicago Bulls guard and former Boilermaker E'Twaun Moore.
Stay tuned for the most reved up internet radio show. Moral imperatives and consequential declaratives. When is a good time to whistle blow and not to whistle blow. Is it worth it to call someone out? Also, Jon wraps up his theory on public health care funding for elective surgery. Bob from North Hollywood is becoming a regular on the show. He is an Aramaic Bible scholar and social commentator.
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
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