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As the Perkins Platform wraps up its first year of programming, Dr. Perkins will spend the next installment reflecting on the year of events in education and its impact on leadership. He will offer his critical perspective on policy and practice strategies for consideration by the education community. Join us for a solutions-based expert opinion on improving education outcomes. Dr. Perkins is the Director of the Urban Education Leadership Program at Columbia University Teacher
Join us with Mr Brian Perkins of Wild Peru as we take a look at collecting wild fish for the home aquarium.
Topics to be covered include but are not limited to;
transportation of fish
feeding freshly caught wild fish
tips & tricks
Do's and Don'ts
Editing Surgery with Karen Perkins of LionheArt Publishing House Karen Perkins lives in Yorkshire, England, where she spends her time writing as well as editing and formatting as proprietor of LionheART Publishing House. She has been a keen sailor since childhood, competing nationally and internationally until the day she had both National and European Ladies Champion titles – and a terminally bad back. She has written one novella (Ill Wind) and one full-length novel (Dead Re
Candidate for U.S. Senate Ms. Jo Rae Perkins called into the show on January 18, 2014 regarding her views on Congress voting in favor of the $1.1 trillion spending bill without reading the bill.
For more information regarding this Perkins, check out her website PerkinsforUSSenate.com And if you have any questions that you would like Ms. Perkins to answer, feel free to send us an email talk@KRBNradio.com and follow both of us on Facebook and Twitter.
Oregon Update – Jo Rae Perkins candidate for U.S. Senate running to unseat current Sen. Jeff Merkley will be our guest on today's program. November 2008, Jo Rae Perkins was elected as the vice chair for the Linn County Republican Central Committee. Then in January 2009, she became the chair for the LCRCC. She was elected as chair in 2010 and held that position until November 2012 when she did not seek re-election. January 2011, she returned to college, attended Oregon St
This lively and illuminating conversation about New York City’s public schools will focus on NYC’s educational successes and failures, the Bloomberg agenda and its impact, the Common Core roll out, privatization, charters, assessment, teacher quality, and what future direction lies ahead for our schools. It will feature, Mr. Eric Nadelstern (former Deputy Chancellor) and Ms. Willen (Director-Hechinger Institute) With nearly a century of expertise between them, they will also offer words of wisdom and caution for the de Blasio administration.
Eric Nadelstern is a Professor of Practice in Educational Leadership at Teachers College/Columbia University where he directs the Summer Principals Academy. Prior to accepting this position, he was the Deputy Chancellor for the Division of School Support and Instruction for the New York City Department of Education from 2009-11, overseeing instructional and operational support to the city's 1700 schools. He is the author of Ten Lesson from NYC Schools published by Teachers College Press.
Liz Willen is editor of The Hechinger Report and director of The Hechinger Institute. She is a former senior writer focused on higher education at Bloomberg Markets magazine. Willen spent the bulk of her career covering the New York City public school system for Newsday. She has won numerous prizes for education coverage and shared the 2005 George Polk Award for health reporting with two Bloomberg colleagues. Willen is a graduate of Tufts University and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, and an active New York City public school parent.
Join us for this show with at live studio audience on April 12 at 3:30 EST.
Oregon Update-- Clif and Robin are back after taking a break and are ready to hit 2014 running. Interview with Jo Rae Perkins who is running for US Sen. against Jeff Merkley recorded on 12/27/2013 for more information, visit Ms. Perkins Website http://perkinsforussenate.com/ Additional topics this week include Wisconsin senator Ron Johnson who made good on his promise to mount a legal challenge to Obama care subsidies for Congress claiming that it was Congr
This week we're interviewing John Perkins, author, public speaker, and founder of two nonprofit organizations, Dream Change and The Pachamama Alliance. While working as Chief Economist for a consulting firm in the 1970s, Perkins advised the World Bank, United Nations, International Monetary Fund (IMF), U.S. Treasury Department, Fortune 500 corporations, and governments in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. When he realized he had become an 'economic hit man' playing
In April, our guest is Dr. Warren Simmons, executive director, Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University. AISR is a national policy research and reform-support organization that works with urban districts and communities to improve the conditions and outcomes of schools, especially in urban communities and in those attended by traditionally underserved children. Their work focuses on three crucial issues in education reform today: school transformation, college and career readiness and expanded learning time. We will speak with Dr. Simmons and Dr. Jesse Register, Director of Metro Nashville Public Schools. MNPS is currently engaged with the Annenberg Institute to improve achievement in that district. Listen and learn what is happening in Nashville.
Join us for what promises to be an incredible discussion on April 23 at 2pm EST.
Oregon Update-- we are pleased to welcome back Jo Rae Perkins running for U.S. Senate as our guest on today's program where we try to tackle the tough question on taxes and get her views on it. For more information on Ms. Perkins check out her website PerkinsforUSSenate.com and follow her on Facebook Obama care… On the surface sounds like a good idea. Everybody should have health insurance however, the reason why they don't mainly is because you can't afford it. Robin j
I am proud to announce that I will interview Republican Candidate for the US Senate seat from Oregon, Joe Rae Perkins. I admit, I've already endorsed Jo Rae. Still, don't think for one second that ths will be a softball interview. I intend on challenging her hard and asking her the tough questions. This will be a public vetting so that my listeners can decide if Jo Rae is a candidate they can support. Jo Rae is Running for the U.S. Senate because She is concerned about the